G. D. WINCHEL L
nPni3 above cut rfrnvnic fi.to ppr vnniTPn nmri -i-
I fmn iu - .w juawu in a house, aua so amiJiria uiat water can ue cirawn
Tvater:.? o Y orcifctom as may be required. By this arrangement you are enabled to pump a sufficient quantity ot
n Ji - T, Ua.th,n? or other purposes, without going out of doors. By attaching a piece of Hose, this Pump can be
USj .a? Firc Engine, ?n case of fire
States! l " bCtter adai'fcJ' more simPl0 aai1 durable, than
tS Uue ortho"fym. Mr. JEFFRIES is now m theeitv. and
aaj UAV ilL'Ul 11
will receire everr attention.
i f ?rra FSa, r-lroad3. worked with Horse Power. Wind Mill, Water Power,
iwaii r.vcrjav p;irpoi-e:t!urUo:or Cold, D?p Wells. Cistern,
B2.V hvH.VB. Ping Rvcive. Ktsiu Rut Pr?tfi n
eyimen ol tlus estVlent imnrorement. which is now on erhihhl.in nf !,. TT;., irn vi.:n aii-j- r.. -
V orms. As this is the season of the year when worms
are formidable among children, the proprietors of McLanc's
Vermifuge beg leave to call the attention of parents to its
virtues lor tiie expelling of these annoying and often fatal en
emies of children. It was invented by a physician of great
experience in irginia, who, afier having used it for several
years in his own practice, and found its micccs so universal,
was induced at last to offer it to the public as a cheap but
certain ana excellent medicine. It has since become iustlv
popular throughout the United States as the most efficient
v ermifuge ever known, and the demand has been steadily
on the increase since its first introduction to the public
itiis great Worm Specific may be had at all the
pnncpal Drugstores in Nash villo and vicinity.
"While there is Life there is Hope!" Some
of the most dreadful and stubborn disseases of the Lungs
ever known, have been promptly and entirely cured bv
Dr. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Wood Niiptha, after the most skillful
Physicians and crery known remedy had failed. We there
fore say, " While there is Life tfure U Hope," if you use
this new and popular remedy.
J2fSee long advertisement in another column. lmo.
An Important Fact! Tho reason why that Great
Cough Remcdt, Dn. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam op
Wild CuisimT akd Woon Naptiia, is so very popular is not
only owing to its remarkable virtues as a remedial agent, but
tssopletuanttotake. It is a beautiful cordial, has a de
lightful flavor, and is so agreeable, that, when given to chil
dren, they cry for more! See advertisement in another col
uma marl lm.
cllas New Saloon. Lunch Every Day.
This finished Establishment has Lunch set out every day
at lulf-past ten o'clock. Cella's Saloox is a favorable re
act t to all who like to luxuriate. He has Hie best of Liquors
of all kinds; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet
the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he
has polite and clever assistaifts; and all who visit him once
will be sure to call again.
An Ounce of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the
warms ofcouclusive facts that cluster around that incom
parable preparation, HooQand's German Bitters, prepared by
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a
tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent increduliti
itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease ol
the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may be recommen
ded for its soothing, cordial and renovating influence. Dys
pepsia, heartburn, lo3S of appetite, nausea, nervoue tremors,
relaxation, debility, Ac., are relieved, by the Bitters in a
very short space of time; and perseverance in their use never
fails to work a thorough cure.
Another Scientific Wonder! Important to
Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the True Di
gestive Fluid or Gastric Juice, prepared from Rennet, or the
Fourth Stomach of the Ox. after directions of Baron Leibeg,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D.,
Philadelphia. This is only a wonderful remedy for Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, undice, Liver Complaint, Constirpation and
Debility, curing after nature's own method, by nature's own
agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific
evidences of its valne, furnished by agents gratis. See notice
among the medical advertisements.
The most extraordinary dtscocfry in the World is the GrM
Arabian Remedy fur man and BeasU
II. G. FARRELL'S
IT IS A FACT ESTABLISHED and well known that
the Arabians attained a height in the knowledge of medi
cine which caused the whole world to wonder and admire".
With them the science of chemistry had its birth, and it i,
therefore, not at all strange that a people so eminently suc
cessful in the healing art, and so persevering and daring in
, . - :' "i'"' -us u,a-i
1 7S.e"C.uU .r.CrS' t(?r
. pT:? i.; rr:tr.;u. "V . . uo",u,c,r ,, OQei
T7 " ".t1""--'!"'; ' r uoiBueinjspen in imz-
ardous and bloody warfare Willi the different tribes, thev-
were subject to.themo
alysis, neuralgic pains and various inflammatory dises,
as also the most horr d "vounds, sprains, bruises, tumors.!
21i??e,jel?sctc- . All these diseases I
itiev iv cio ouijiii3iuij ciusie:u iu curing, mat. me unin
itiated looked with wonderand attributed ilieir skill to the
powers of magic. II. G. FARRELL'S ARABL1N LIS'I
JdENT is a composition of balsams and oils, from rare plants
peculiar to this country, aud it was by the use of the articles
composing this great remedy that not only their physicians,
but even the wild Arabs of the desert were enabled to per
form such miraculous cures. 'JYie Arab Ud is uorld-re-TMxcniifor
hisleautiful symmetry of form, his unsurpassed
speed and agility, and the incredible fatigue he is capable of
cnaunng. ay is ii : jccause irom tiie timeot Ins birtu
Ins limbs are certainly watched, and upon the first appear
ance of disease Die magiclotion is applied, and such things
as confirmed sweeny, poll-cvil, fistula, ringbone, scratches.
f paviu, lameness, etc., etc., are unknown. Tin same result '
will follow in all cases where IL G.Frrrelrs Genuine Ara
bian Liniment is used in time. Therefore delay not in pro-
,i i r ' . r , it . . ...
curing a goo" suppiy oi ii, tor every aouar spent in it will
J t A t fr
save you twenty, ana a great acai oi suuenng, it not your
Look out to Counterfeit I
The public arc cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately madeits appearance, called W. B. Farrell'
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the countcr-
fAtta KnmMo Inc li'ivmrr llin nun. Eit..1t .i ...... lit I. .
4t.to, iv.J- .w uu... .., ui a. unci, AliUllJ II III uuj
it in cood faith, without the knowledcre that a counterfeit ex.
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale drumrist No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
t ....... l i.i j u f.. ... ...
juniugira musk uc uuuicucui iJC Mire you UCl 11 WUQ XuC
... it n L - r f tit ... s. i nnnr v
ICiiers xi. u.wiure rarreus, mus n. u. r AltllhiitiS
and his signature on the wrapper, all others arc counterfeits.
Sold by CAUTWKIGHT & ARMSTRONG.
nd by regular authorized agents throughout tho United
2Sf" Price 25 and ."JO cenfs, and ?1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED ia STery town, village and hamlet in
ifce United States, in which one is not alreadv esLihlislmd.
Address IL G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re-
lereuce aa iu cuaracuir, respeciiuuy, xc. ddTW
DR. J. W. GRAY.
Qiace in jacuomos- new iiuiidang, on Cherry Street,
dec!4 12m Resiokxce Sewakek.
ROUND WOOD BOX MATCH15S.-100 Gross
Patridge's Round Box Matches. In store and for sale
Of A. MUKKISON & CO.
fcb23 Corner of Deaderick at and Knnnr
SUNDRIES. 10 dozen Shaded Silk Purse Twist:
20 dozen Plain Silk Purse Twist; '
200 do Cotton Hosiery;
120 Reams Cap Paper;
100 do Letter Paper;
200 G. D. Gun Caps. In store and for sale low by
feb23 Corner of Deaderick st and Square.
T)ATENT SAFETY FUSE. 100 000 feet Patent
7 Safety Fuse, the best article manufactured. For sale
at Fjatcra pricta by A MORRISON & CO.
Jb2 Corner of Ds&derick st. andSqusr-
j r . . ,
any article of the kind now in use or known in the United
or bv Hand. Mines. Salt Wells. 4c. calcu-
Elevating or Forcing water from Springs, Gab-
urll! hn. ,U,. l ,.,.. n J :
. ... wuwu .ttUUIIilCi .111 t'4 i UtUU
ii. j u. W i:UUliLL. &UU.
NO. U, UNION ST.
LITER AR AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS!
TOON d JIUTLAND.
1. HAND BOOK OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE
ARTS. Comprising complete and accurate deffini
tionsof all the Terms employed in Belles-Letters, Phi
losophy, Theology, Law, Mythology, Painting, Music,
Sculpture, Architecture, and kindred arts.
2. HAND-BOOK OF UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY. A
Dictionary of Names and Biographical Sketches ol
distinguished men in ancient aud modern times.
3. PRESCOTT'S MISCELLANIES, Biographical and
Critical. A work of rare merit.
4. -THE NAPOLEON DYNASTY A complete history of
the Napoleon family, with 22 authentic engravings.
The best work extant relative to the Napoleon family.
5. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HUMAN SPE.
CIES. By Lieut. Charles II. Smith., A book highly
6. HOMES OF AMERICAN AUTHORS. Comprising
anecdotal, personal and descriptive Sketches. By
various authors. Beautifully illustrated.
7. -HISTORY OF THE RESTORATION OF MON
ARCHY. By Laniartine.
8. THE WORLD'S PROGRESS. A Dictionary of Dates,
with tabular views of general history, and a his
9. AN EXPLORATION OF THE NILE, with notes il
lustrative of the manners, customs and institutions of
the Egyptian people.
10. DARING DEEDS OF AMERICAN HEROES, with
Biographical Sketches of Washington, Putnam, Mon
gomcry, Marion, Starke, Lee, Gates, Scott, Taylor,
11. MEN OF TIME; Or, Sketches of Living Notables of
the higher professions.
12. CYCLOPAEDIA OF LITERATURE, OF ANEC
DOTES AND THE FINE ARTS. ByArvine. Fine
fcb23 44 Union Street.
1?A.111JLY latOCUKV. -Families-living
. near or on Broadw.iy can always get the fol
lowing articles at mr store, No. 52, on Broadwav.
in small or large quantities from day-light to 10 at night
Butter, Eggs, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Candles, Bacon, Lard and
all other articles usually kept in a Family Grocery.
feb!6 1). TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway.
T?1NE WIIISKY. ISObbls. of the best Copper Bis
jl,- iiucu n msKy, ever ouereu lor sale in .Nashville.
D. TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway.
LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS,
BY A. J. DUNCAN,
March hth, 16tt, ami 1th, 1853.
I WILL sell at Auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
aud THURSDAY, March 15th, 16th, and 17th, 1858, the
largest and most attractive stock of STAPLE aud FANCY.
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
That has ever been offered in Nashville.
My stock embraces every description of English, French,
German, Italian, India aud American GOODS, aJl of the
Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture
and Turkey Red do, French, Scotch aud American Ging
hams, Chambrays and Bareges, Barege de Lalnes, Parts
Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, ilrillianfines, Cheue
Royals, Embroidered Muslins andTarletons, French, Scotch
and American Lawns, cf gicat variety; white Swiss, Book
and Mull Muslins, plain and plaid Jaconets, plaid and emb'd
white Swiss, Bishop Lawns and Victoria do. black Lawns,
Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords and
Caslimerctts. A large stock of LINEN GOODS, imported
direct from Ireland, comprising yellow, pink, blay and
checked Linen Coatings, fancy and bleached Linen Drills,
Holland, 4 4, 0-?, 124 and b'cached Linen Shirtings and
Sheetings. 3-4, 7-3 and 4-i Tickings, Apron Checks, aud
Furniture do., Naukccns, Camlets, Denims, blue Drills and
mffi, .Marseilles wnnc, uuu and iiir d uo suner
- rd Cloths, super French black Cassimeres and Doe-
skindo., fancy French Cassin.eres, Tw-cd aud Union do..
French and English Drap d'Etes, aud a variety of other
n,io .. ... J t...i: '. t " -W-.Jlr I
and cod Thread, Sewing Silks, Reddu.g.Tuck, Fine!
t... nnA r,i i? , t. ' tuu"'t' iUtk luc
ALSO.-Uats and Bonncti of every stvle and uualitv.
ueius uuuuiu um single Dnmmeu rami anu i,egnoni lints,
Panama I'edal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Russia, Satin and
Moleskin Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devou Braid,
China Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and
Chrystal Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French
Bunches, Sprigs and Outside Flowers.
EgTAn extensive variety of Bleached and Brown Domes
tics and Osnabuigs of all the different widths.
J5?The stock is worthy the attention of the largest buy
ers of Goods. Terms liberal.
Nashville, Feb. 25th, 1853. AND. J. DUNCAN.
April 12, 13 and 14. I June 14, 15 and 16.
May 17, 18 and l'J. July 12, 13 and 14.
r OLDEN SYRUP.
VJT 10 qr. bbls Golden Syrup,
- 10 hf. " Sugar House Molasses,
16 bbls Loaf Sugar,
5 " Cr'd. So,
Jnst received lrom St. Louis, and for sale bv
feb23 SAMUEL SEAY.
FLOUR. 200 bbls New York Mills family Flour;
509 bbl i Montgomery Mills Flour. For sale "by
feh 5 W. H. GORDON k CO
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form their Jriends and the public that
they nave taken tuc old stsnd or C. T. Watsou, No. 34,
Deaderick st,.where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand
an assortmentof Carriages, which we will dispose of on
reasonable terms. Carriages of every descriptibn made to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon gettingtheir work when promised
Work entmsted to us will be warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
STBLACKSMITHING. Evcrv description of BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
23H0RSE SHOEING. We have in our employ experi
enccd HORSE SHOERS, and the public may rely on gm;r
their horses shod in the neatest manner. All worker t c jr
to our care will be under the immediate supericUtdt
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give stit
isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit lrom the publi a
liberal share of their patronage.
feb 2 ly CRAM & SHEPH ERD.
HERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Teiihs. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. -Letter
addressed as nbov. will mppt with tiromnt.ntfn5nn
pluo ' 1 r i
icu .a xj. it
THE NEW TESTAMENT With brief Notes
JL lnstrucliozs, containing the Refareaees and 31a
Readings of the Polvslot Bible.'By the Ker. Just
wards. D. D. Published hv the American Tract So.
Forsale!by feb22 CHARLES W Sit
Oottouades; oook told browu Linens, partners Drills, and
California Cassimeres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest-
HEW BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
THE GIPSEY, a Novel by G. P. R. Jamei.
THE MYSTERIOUS MARKSMAN, a great Priie Novel,
by Emmeron Bennett, Esq.
HESTER SOMERSET, a Novel, by A M , first
American from the last London edition.
MY NOVEL: or, Varieties in English Life, by Sir Ed
ward Bulwcr Lytton.
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BLAKE, by M. G.
THE MARRYING MAN, a Tale founded on fact, by the
author of Frank Farleigh.
THE FLYING ARTILERIST, a Tale of Mexican Treach
ery, by Harry HazeL
CLAUDE DUVAL, the Dashing Highwayman.
The Mysteries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, a
work cf thrilling interest, complete in 1 vol.
All for sale by feb!9 F. HAGAN.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY A large as
sortment, in store and for sale by
HIBBERT'S CHEMICAL WRITING FLUID.
MAYNARD A NAYE'S BLACK INK.
ilUKKJbU-N o and others large stock the trade sup-
plicd at low prices, by F. HAGAN,
febl9 Market street.
INDIAN BATTLES, MURDERS, BEIGES AND FORAYS
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
TSrARATIVES OF Gen. Hall, Col Baowx, Caw. Cask,
Joii.v Davis, Johx BosLEr, Samuel Blair, Dr. Shklbt,
Tugs Everett, Jon.v Rai.vs, and including accounts of
Nicltg'ack Campaign Attach on BucJianan's Station The
Cold Water Expedition Burning of Sigler's Fort-Bat-
tit of Canty Fork Attack on Greenfield Fort Defence of
Bledsoe's LickSeige on Boonsboro' Iht Blue Lick De
One vol., paper. Price 30 cents. The thrilling interest
of the above Narati ves must be attended with great popular
ity and an overwhelming sale. I therefore wish to engage
ONE HUNDRED AGENTS to undertake the sale of them
in every county in this State. A small capital of from 15
to $50 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid
profit may be realized. For particulars, address or call on
feb9 F. HAGAN, Publishers' Agent.
HINET? TOWN LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION !
On Tuesday, 15th 3Iarch, 1833.
THE aboveLOTS are in the town of STEVENSON, at the
junction of the Memphis and Charleston, and the Nash
ville and Chattanooga Railroads, 2i0 miles from Memphis,
113 miles from Nashville, and 38 miles from Chattanooga,
aud in Jackson county, Alabama. This place is at the point
of Cumberland Mountain, situated on the margin of one of
the richest valleys of Tennessee river, and surrounded by
forests of the best timber in the Uniou, and iron and coal to
an unlimited extent. The Nashville and Chattanooga rail
road has been finished to and past that point from Nashville,
and t icpartof this ruad between Stevenson and Chattanoo
ga will be done by July next, and the Memphis and Charles
ton road from this point to the foot of the Muscle Shoals, a
distance of 170 miles, is all under contract, and far advanced
or finished, and will all be done in 10 to IS months. The
Selnia road will enter the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad
a few miles beyoud Stevenson, and the connection at Chat
tanooga with the East Tennessee and Virginia roads, the
Georgai, Alabama and South Carolina roads, and the Selma
road this side, and with the South-westthrough the Memphis
and Charleston road, conneoting with the New Orleans and
Nashville, aud Mobile and Ohio railroads, and by the Nash
ville and Chattanooga road to Nashville with all the North
and North-west valley of the Mississippi, gives Stevenson a
most commanding position (or a manufacturing und commer
cial point, and justifies, wethiuk, the prospect of a large city.
N ater, one of the vital necessaries of life, flows out of the
mountain at this place in great abundance for all local pur
poses, and to supply any number of steam engines; and of the
tmcst freestone and limestone.
This poiut is health-, and combines the scenery of Switz
erland with the climate ofltaly, connecting mountain and
valley. The rich lands and minerals, arc herein immediate
contact, with all these railroads to carry the products of
ither to niarket, in any direction.
There is already a thriving little village at this place, all
built in a few months, and great desire to buy on the part of
parties at a distance. This sale is advertised to give all a
chance at public sale, which will take place as above stated,
on Tuesday, the loth day of March next, commencing at lt
o'clock, A. M.
! This place is, in point of railroad connection, simularlv
situated to Atlanta, Ga., but much more advantageously, in
regard to productiiveuess of soil and coal and iron, which
surround it, and Atlanta, now six years old, has a popula
tion of over 600o of the mi3t thrifty people in this Union.
Persons wishing to attend this sale, can reach Stevenson
daily by steamboats from East Tenneseee, South Carolina and
Georgia by way of Chattanooga, and from Alabama by a
daily liue of steamers from Decatur, and a daily line of rail
road cars from Nmhville, Tennessee.
One-tenth of the purchase money will be required to be
paid down, or a good well secured note at not over 4 months,
as may be agreed upon, and the balance in one and two
years with a lien retained on the ground io secure payment.
Plans will be exhibited on the day of sale.
J. F. ANDERSON & CO.
Feb. 14, 1353 w2t dtd
J. J. COHEN,
Wholesale and Eetail Grocer and Commission Merchant
novlS iim ROME, GEORGIA.
PERKINS. CLACK & CO.,
GROCERS, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
S. R Corner of QMege and Church els., Nashville, Tenn.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Sugar, Coflee, Salt, Flour, Iron,-drc, &c, &c.
By EXPSESS NEW and BEAUTIFUL FANCY GOODS.
JOHN K. HUME.
NO. 57 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED
XX Beautiful Gros de Paris Emhro'uleriet :
Ernb'd Mus. Collars;
Rich Printed do;
do do Cambrics;
do do Chintzes;
Rich sash Ribbons;
do Bonnet do;
Bl'k Lace X Veils;
Sewing Silk Mitts,
50 doz Alexander's and
B. &M. Kid Gloves;
do i'omted do;
do Osbonc do;
Emb'd Mus. Sleeves;
Emb'd Flowing do;
Paris trim'd Valido;
Emb'd Linen Cam.Hdkfsi
Paris Pointed do do;
Emb'd Mus. Bands;
Dimity do do;
Lace Under Sleeves;
A few dozen Bishop Op. Collars; . -
do do Paris do do;
Cents' Black Satin Crimp'd Ends;
Gents' do, 'do Stocks, with Aprons.
ALSO A good assortment of those celebrafed Shoulder
Seam Patent SmnTS. JOHN K. HUME,
feb20 No. 57, College st.
SPRING GOODS FOR 1853.
EiiHI & CO.
IMPORTERS and JOBBERS,
No. 48, Public Square, Nahville, Tennessee.
HAVE now in store their SPRING STOCK, com
prising every variety of
Fancy and Plain Ribbons, Printed Lawns,
Jaconets, Prints, Ginghams,
WHITE GOOD SI
Cloths, Cassimeres, White and Blay Linens, "
Jeans and Cottonndes, French and
English Drap DeEte,
BONNETS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., &c,
which they offer for sale on their usual liberal terms to
prompt time or cash dealers.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, always taken at
the highest market prices. feb22
H. & B. DOUGLAS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR
ASOLS, AC, AC,
NorOi side of the JPMic Square, Nashville, Tenn.
WE hare in stoie a complete stock and general assort
ment of New Spring and Summer Goods.
In asking the attention of dealers lo this exceedingly beau
tiful and eminently desirable collection of Goods, we would
say- we are now prepared to supply our patrons on better
terms and at lower prices, than the same goods can be pro
cured, in like quantities, from either Philadelphia or N. 1 ork.
The selections have been made with great care, and are
in every particular adapted to the requirements of the trade.
The stock is not only the largest, but the most varied and
elegant in its assortment ever offered by any one in Nash
ville. We want Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White
Liuscy, and Woolen Socks, to any extent, at full market
value. feb!4 2m. H. & B. DOUGLAS A CO.
FRESH SEEDS. 50 bbls Clover Seed; 15 barrels
Mil!ctt Seed ; 5 bbls Timothy Seed; 85 bags Blue
Grass Seed, on hand and for sale by
febU MORRIS & STRATTON.
OUNDRIES. Now landing from steamer America.
Kj iw ooxes soap;
20 bags Pepper;
25 do Ginger;
10 do Spice;
15 do Almonds;
100 dozen Buckets ;
and forsaie by febK
10 ceroons Indigo;
5 casks Madder;
S2 half barrels Soda;
15 barrels Alum;
10 tierces Rice ;
10 boxes Oranges ;
MORRIS & SIRATTON.
WJE E'JVII A V $Ji"A: ORANGES.-Iust received
two barrels Swet IDm-y. R. & J. NIXON.
her sumnV of BLAXK
and kind 5
ierior Binding, of all tiie
A p?iHTi.J:0T of Black an(i Fancv CASSIMERE
0 AITALOOJS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
v e haye also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stoefcof Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
v?&ateuch M GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS' STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, or superior quality.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS oj
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend ud
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment 6a Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
j"20 - CLIFTON t ABBOTT.
TJUCKETS.-200 dozen Pat eyed Beaver Buckets for
h sale by
W. If. GORDON & CO.
GLASS WARE. 100 boxes Jenny land quart Flasks;
100 boxes Fancy pint Flasks;
100 " " pint do;
For sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON ACQ.
NAILS. 2000 kegs Shoenbergers Nails, all sizes for
sale by feb-j W. H. GORDON & CO.
COPPERAS. 200 bbla. Green Steubenville Conner-
as for sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO.
STAR CANDLES. 100 boxes Work A Co.'s Star
Candles in whole, U and boxes. For sale by
feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO.
OYSTERS. 100 kegs fresh Baltimore Oysters for sale
by fj5 W. H. GORDON A CO.
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED.
WE have just received direct from D. Landreth a large
supply of his fresh Garden Seeds consisting in
partortne lollowing, viz :
Landreth's Extra Early Peas;
Silver Skin Onions;
Long Salmon Radish;
large, Wuite .Marrow fat "
Early York Cabbage;
Large " " Scarlet short top do;
" JUrumneaa " .Large red Tomatoes;
Beans of assorted kinds; White Solid Celery;
Beets " " Mountain sweet Water Melon;
Ac., Ac, Ac
Gardeners and others would do well to supply them
selves early with these Seeds, as they are all direct from
Landreth's Establishment and known to be of last year's
growth. For sale by STRETCH & ORR,
Druggist, corner Union and Cherry streets, opposite State
SHIRTS! SHIRTS ! ! Just received a large supply
of Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, at various prices, all
warranted to fit, and give satisfaction in every way to the
purchaser. feb24 MYERS & McGlLL.
OHIRT COLLARS. Just received an assortment of
O Collars, of various styles, and of the best quality
feb24 MYERS & McGILL,
QCARF STOCKS. Just received a few elegant
UlacK Satin bean btocts ol diuereut styles, and tor sale
by MYERS & McGILL,
Ladies' and Geatlemin's Furnishing Store, No. 50, Col
lege Street feb-'4.
NEGROES FOR SALE. 2 Women, with one child
each. Two Women without children. Four Boys
from 8 to 13 years old. One Girl 14 years old. One Girl
10 years old.
We wish to buy immediately, seven young Women, four
plough boys and two young men, for a widow lad v in the
country. DA BBS A PORTER,
feb24 eoiw No. 83 Cedar street.
CONGRESS WATER. 24 dozen bottles of this
celebrated water just received. The analysis of this
mineral water proves it to contain Bicarbonates of Magne
sia and Soda, Chloride of Iodium, Iobide of Iiodium aud
Carbonate of Lime. feb28 CURREY & MARTIN.
BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID. This Hair
Restorative has acquired a wonderful reputation. It is
recommended for Baldness, Dandruff, Humors on the Scalp,
and for rendering the Hair beautiful and glossy.
14 Doz. just received by CURRE i" & MARTIN.
PAINTS. A large assortment of Paints of all colors,
ground in oil in half pound and one pound cans, ready
for use. Just received by CURUEY A MARTIN.
TEAS. We are supplied with a large and fresh as
sortment of both Green and Black Teas, of line and ex
tra fine flavor consisting of Imperial, Superior Colon v. Sea
Queen, Old Hyson, Fiue Macy Fong, Powchong: These
arc Canton Teas. Just received by
feb23 C URREY A MARTIN, No. 35, Union street.
EDWARDS' SALOON CEDAR STREET.
TTAVING purchased the above elegant
XX Saloon, the uudcrsigned will continue
iu sci e uiepuunu whu me uesi Aiiquors i Jjf !m i
to be hal at the best Importing Houses in theTlasterii cities.
Attached to this house is an excellent Restaurant The ep
tgfkmt. icurccan be furnished with the best the mar
jwSsSSSS? ket affords, at any hour of the day or night.
Splendid cooks aie employed to attend specially to this de
partment, and gentlemen may rest assured that they can
have the wantsofthe "inner man" provided, for at the short
est notice. The patronage heretofore extended to the house
is respectfully solicited. W. J. GARRETT, Proprietor.
. 41 l.l .t. - I . f"
FIRST SPRING SALE
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Foes, Hats and Hardware, etc.
BY JOSE f II F. DUNTON.
N TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
March 8th. 9th, 10th. My stock at this sale will be
found to embrace a greater variety than ever before offered
at Auction, consisting m part as tollows: lilack, lirown aud
Blue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Black and Fancy
Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Etes, Queens Cloths, Cot
tonades, Check and Fancy Linings, Plain and Figured Dress
Silks, Satin d'Chenes, Alpacas, Silk Figured and Plain Bar
eges, Alborines Grenadines, Solid Colored Bareges, Printed
and Painted Jaconets, Embroidered Lawns, Barred Muslins,
Jaconets, Swiss Mull, Muslins, French and American Ging
hams, Barege d'Laines, Chintz d'Laines, British and Amer
ican Lawns, Bayadere Dresses, British and American Prints,
Plain and Figured Satins, Figured Silk Velvets and Em
broideied Vestines. Nankins. Irish Linens. Linen Lustre.-
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and Brown Dril
lings, 6-4 Sheetings, Table Linen, Cambrics, Apron Checks, '
Cap Nets, Silk Linings, Cotton Handkerchiefs, Cotton Lace
and Edgings, Black, white and mixed Cotton Hose and Half
Hose, Embroidered Curtains, Silk Mantillas, Bonnet Silks,
Linen and Cotton Threads, Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes,
Tapes. Combs. Pocket and Table Cutlery, Thimbles. Guns.
Pistols, Fiddles, Silk Angola Wool and Palm Hats, Bonnets,
Boots, Shoes, etc, etc feb23
April, 5 A 719, 20 & 21 i August, 2 & 311, 13 & 25
May, 3 & 521, 23 23A30 Sept. 6 A 78, 15, 22 & 29
JuuJ & 9 21,23 23 A30 Oct 4 & 56 & 13-20 & 27
July; 5 A 7 19 A 21-26& 27 Nov. 1 A 23 & 10 17 A 20
JOSEPH F. DUNTON,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stock of the
most desirable goods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap Goods, jWhite Goods of all kiuds,Laces andEmbroido
ries, French Jaconetts, Lawns and Cambrics," Bareges,
Barege de Laines. Brilliantines; a variety of other Dress
Goods, Hosier' of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions, Hard
ware, etc Looking Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols, besides a creat variety of Tninmincs and everr descrip
tion of Goods, to which he now submits the inspection of
if i i. .rii : i l . t i i i .,,
iiicrcuuuia ui iijuuiiv uuu tuuuu irauc, iu wuicu mock Will
be added daily, desirable goods from the East Merchants
generally, are invited to examine my stock and compare
prices with that of other houses in the trade,
feb 28 J. F. DUNTON.
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
TE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
Xj that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children of
men. Dr. Larzett's JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Eh xk,
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility
mpofency, or Barrenness, and ainrregularities of nature.
Itis all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's great restorative,
and remedy for those in the married state without oflspi ing.
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General Debility,
Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous affecti ras,
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consn no
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lussi
tudc, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranted
please the user in any of the above complaints, and ia
priceless value to those without offspring.
Caution Extra. Find the name of Comstock ABi th
ers on the wrapper and never bur it unless you find the
names as it has been extensively counterfited of late,
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison.
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG!
Wholesa.e and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and Mnrket
Streets, Nashville. julyl2 dtnr A w 12m.
G. W. KIBBEE,
Piano Tuner and Repairer,
Refer to: Jas. Diggons, J. B. West, Dealers in Pianos
and Music.... H. S. Saroni, G. M. Taylor, J. K. Opl, W.
Waterman, J. Gomez, Profs. Music
Leave Orders at Mr. West's, Diggons or Morton's Music
Stores, Union Street
Orders from the country will bo promptly attended to
jan 20 twlwly.
SODA WATER APPARATUS, for manvfac
luring, draining andboUUing, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions for its use, by
CORKER OS FIEST AVEXUE AND 2GTU 8TBEET,
Opposite Bellevue, New Yoec
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac, in the United
States, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
jan 27 8m Established 20 Years.
CALL SOON. For sale An excellent Blacksmith
2 valuable stout Men;
8 Women, extra Cooks and House Servants:
1 Woman and Child, 21 years old, good Cook;
1 very pretty Girl, 13 years old;
1 No. 1 fancy Boy 13 years old;
DABBS & PORTER,
feb7 No. 83, Cedar street
SWEET HAVANA ORANGES. Just received,
this day, a lot of fine and iwett Hirana Oranges, at
i,bW ' F.J.NLXQN,
G. XACG&EGOB, X. E. ALLOWAT, J. B1XXB2AD.
MACGBEGOE, ALLOWAT & CO.,
.25 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,)
J3T N. E. ALLOWAT A CO- Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances ea ship
ments to us.
ISSOLUTION The partnership heretofore exist
ing between us, was, by mutual consent, dissolved oa
the 7th mst Persons indebted to us by either note or ac
count, will please call and settle immediately. Our creditor
will present their claims for payment Settlement made
with either of us will be satisfactory.
ftb22 JAMES GLOVER.
"VTOTICE. In retiring from the firm ofWslliams &
JlA Glover, 1 most cordially recommend their successors.
Glover A Boyd, to the confidence of the community, and
solicit for them a continuance of the patronage so liberally
extended to the old firm. feb22J ALEX. WILLIAMS.
GENERAL AGENCY AND
No. 50, Cherry Street, 4
w. l. tiorn, jux.
doors from Dtadi'rick,
GLOVER & BOYD,
(srccES sons to wiluajh A gloves,)
WILL attend promptly to Buying, Selling, Leasing, and
Rentin r Real Estate, Bctlng, Sellixc, and Hiring Ne
gross, (J3f"We have comfortable Rooms and Cells for taking
care of loo Negroes.3) Negotiating Loans, Buying and
belling Stocks of every description, CoUecting Debts in any
part ot the United States, Ac, Ac Orders for Nugrcea at
tended to promtly, and instructions faithfully obeyed.
RCESv-Gor W B Campbell, Ex-Got AV Brown,
Dr John Shelby, Wheless A Hoson, Banters, Dyer Pearl
A Co., Banker ; BShepard A Co., Bankers, Col K
Stevenson Gen S R Anderson, Caslner Bank of Tennessee,
O Lwmg, Cashier Planters Bank, J II White, Od: M Chart
eery Court, T T Smiley, Clerk drcvit Court, FR Cheatham.
Clerk County Court, D T Scott, Nashville Inn, S M Scott)
City Hotel, H Bridges, Seicanee, D T Winston, Union Hall,
C H Bachus, Verandah. feb 22.
FOR SALE. A splendid Brick House on Chsrry St,
next door to L. P. Cheatham.
ALSO. The large Brick Warehouse on College Street,
known as the Port Royal Mills Depot
ALSO. Thirty-two acres of first-rate Land, on the Rail
Road, two miles from the city, joining the lands ol W. R.
ALSO- Seven acres of Land, on the Nolensville Turn
pike, finely improved.
ALSO. Thirty-eight acres of Land on the Murfreesboro'
Turnpike, four miles from the city. Comfortabli: inim-ove-
ments on the place.
also.-Jrorty-eight acres of Land on the Springfield
Turnpike, fourteen miles lrom the city. Finely improved.
ALSO. Two thousand acres of Land on Manskcrs Creek,
on Springfield road, seventeeu miles from the city. Two
hundred acres of creek bottom, cleared and in a fine state of
cultivation. There is on the place a comfortable dwelling
and necessary out buildings, and also a Steam Saw and
Grist Mills. Timber in abundance to supply the mill for
several years, aud demand for all the lumber it can cutout.
feb 22 GLOVER A BOYD.
I7OR SALE. We will sell for good paper, or six
? months, a first rate Cook, Washer and lroner.
Also, for cash, a likely boy, 10 years old. A Woman 22
years old two likely Men 19 and 22 years old I Man 4u
j ears old 1 Woman S3 years old, good cook. Prices rea
sonable. Call and see them. GLOVER A BOYD.
FOR SALE. On six months credit, forty shares of
N.AC. R.R.Stock, feb2 GLOVER A BOYD.
A SURE ROAD TO FORTUNE.
"TTCTE feel it our duty to urge upon all who have sot yet
YV tried their luck in the Wuekl or Fortuxi:, where go
many thousands have received a competency for life with
but trifling outlays, through the instrumentality o.'f the Great
PrizeSeller Pyfer & Co. To procrastinate no'kmger, but
resolve to take one or more chances in the SPLENDID
SCHEMESFOR MARCH. The first order may placeacor
respondeut in independent circumstances for lifej and there
by avoid ages of misery, while a small octlat 'will enable
anypersontotry the Humor of the "Fickle Goddess," and
by one lucky turn of the wheel of fortune may be realized,
that woidd otherwise consume years of toil to acquire.
Prizes sold last month.
$50,478, in package Quarter Tickcfs,sent to S. Carolina.
?i50.W0, in package W holes, sent to Georgia.
$9,000. in Sintrlft Whntw Tiffcof cut r Al..k,.-
" i - - -r ty " iwitMiiMiijd.
$10,040, in package of Half Tickets, seut to Tennessee.
ESyBe sure to address for a liandsome Prize,
PYFER & CO.
No. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland'..
Splendid Schemes for March, 1853.
SS?Tbe Certificate Prices of packages of quaiter tickets
only, are given below.
No.of Price of Price of
Ballots. Tickets. Packages.
13 drawn $ 5
13 drawn 10 85 00
16 drawn IS 15 00
12 dn.KB 1) 18 00
13 dra a V.l 45 00
13 drawn 15 so 00
12 drawn IS 18 00
16 drawn li) 80 00
12 drawn IS 18 00
14 drawn 4 14 00
12 drawn 15 55 00
15 drawn 3 25 00
14 drawn 5 17 00
12 drawn 10 85 00
15 drawn 5 15 00
12 drawn 5 18 00
13 drawn 10 85 00
11 drawn 3 80 00
15 drawn 5 16 00
13 drawn 10 35 00
13 drawn 5 18 00
14 drawn 4 13 00
16 drawn 20 60 00
12 drawn 10 35 00
14 drawn 5 17 00
12 drawn 10 85 00
15 drawn 5 15 00
Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order. a fewdays before
the lotteries arc drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in- the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. J5F"Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFER A CO'S.
i3F"Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw four
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
EgTIn order to secure a Fortune and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts orprize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, PYFER A CO.,
marchl lm No 1 Light street Baltimore, Md.
GROWTH OF 185 2.
RECEIVED by the subscriber, agent for DAVID LAN
DRETH, Early May, Early Frame and Marrow Fat
Peas; Six-Week, and Speckled Valentino Bush Beans by the
bushel ; Early York, targe Drum Mead and flat Dutch
Cabbage ; EARLY TURNIP BEET; SUGAR PARSNIP,
long tcarUt Radish ; Early Dutch Red Top and Rutabaga
Turnip, by the pound.
The Rural Register and Descriptive Catalogue for 1858,
for distribution gratis.
FLOWER SEEDS ASSORTED:
Spades and Shovels, Dutch half round and forked hots
Hand Cultivators, Pruning Knives and Scissors, Box Shears
FRESH RED CLOVER SEED;
DO. HERDS GRASS OR RED TOP SEED
DO. BLUE GRASS SEED;
All the growth of 1852, and for sale at the lowest prices by
o- v i, T- WELLS.
bignofthsJanami Mortar, on3Iarket, opposite Union
street, Nashville. feblO
CLOVE ONION SETTS.
A A BUSHELS received and for sale by
J feblO T. WELLS.
LBS. Calabria Liquorice; 40 doxen fresh Olive
OiL Received and offered low by
Kegs fresh White Lead;
798 lbs. Guouxd colors, assorted.
ZFJQ GALLONS puer linseed Oil;
OtO 10 barrels Tanner's Oil;
10. do LARD OIL;
5 do Spirits Turpentine;
Received and for sale at low prices by T. WELLS.
feblO eoSw Market street, Nashville.
U&KS, Just recMreda lew fine Trunks, and tar
Ml by fbl5 MYERS A HeGILL.
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH SEXEDT.
DR. C. WILLIAMS'
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Weed
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Hoopingcovgh ,
Croup, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Asthma and Con
Nkw Peovidence, Tenn., Dec 26. 1350.
Dr.C. Williams Dear Sir: We also take pleasure in
stating that in every case in which your Pulmonic Balsaia
has been used.it has given the utmost satisfaction.
PORTER A DTCUS, Druggists.
Sycamore Mills, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1350.
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sit: For the last two weeks w
bare been entirely out of your Pulmonic Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Wood Napthx It gave great satisfaction to all
who used it, and we are of the opinion that a considerable
quantity can be sold in tliis market You can send us four
tnoredozeu immediately, and when needed will order a fur
ther supply. Yours respectfully,
WALTER, SCOTT A CO.
New Albaxt, Miss., Feb. 8. 1S51.
Dr. C. WiLLLuts Dear Sir: Your Pulmonic Balsam U
selling rapidly and gives entire satisfaction. You will please
forward us another supply on receipt of this, to the cre of
J. M. Patrick, Memphis, Tenn., and oblige yours respect
fully. DORSEY A WILLUMS, Druggist .
From a highly respectable merchant.
Holly Stewcs, Miss., May 23, 1S52.
Db. Charles Williams DearSin Although unsolicited,
I lake great pleasu tin inform ag you through the agency
of your invaluable preparation for coughs aut diseases of the
lungs, my wife has entirely recovered her health, and is per
fecUr free from the hacking cough that so annoyed her. Th
The bottle received from yoa, and one pnxured from the
drugstore here, produced the change. I have taken pains
to recommend it to my friends, and have no other belief
than that it is destined "to become the medicine f the South.
Yours sincerely, S. O. CAREY.
For sale Wholesale and Rctail.and on Agency by J. M
ZIMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the General.
Agent for this popular taluaUe preparation at the city cf
Nashville and surrounding country, it is ah fvr sale by
the following Druggists :
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG,
AY. W. BERRY,
GEORGE W. 1IENDERSH0TT,
H. G. SCOVEL,
,,f BEACH, FLEMING A CO,
CUKRY A MARTIN, Nashville.
BINGFORD A McDEK MOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, .. ...
F. S. WOLR1DGE, f tranUin.
HAWKINS ATOWLEU, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town iu the State of Ten
nessee, and all the (southern and Western Statn.
mr 1 lm dtw w
For the Cure uC
COUGHS, COLDS, IIGARSKXKSS,
CROUP, ASTHMA. ASD
TO CURE A COLD, WITH HEADACHE AND SORE
NESS OF THE BODY, take theCHERr.Y Pectoral on go
ing to bed, and wrap up warm, to sweat during the nicht
FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take it morning, noon
and evening, according to directions on tha bcttle, and the
difficulty will soon be removed. None will long sutTer from
this trouble when they find it can be so readily cured. Per
sons aflheted with a seated cough, which breaks them of
their rest at night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral
on going to bed, they may be sure of sound, unbrokcu sleep,
and consequently refreshing rest Great relief from suffer
ing, and an ultimate cure, is afforded to thousands who are
thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy.
From its agreeable effect in these cases, many find them
selves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity for it
From two eminent Physicians in
FatettevisLlk, Tenn., April 16thr1851.
Sir: We have given your Cherry Pectoral aa i-xtensira
trial in our pnictice, and find it to surpass every other reme
dy we have forcuring affections of the respiratory rgans.
DRS. DIEMER A HAMPTON.
TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS this remedy
is invaluable, as by its action on the throat and. lungs, when
taken in small quantities, it removes all hoarseness in a lex
hours, and wonderfully increases the power and flexibilly oif
ASTHMA is generally much relieved,, and often wholly
cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some cases so ob
stinate as to yield eutiisly to no medicine. Cherry Pectoral
will cure them, if thty can be cured.
BRONCHITIS, or irritation of the throat and upper por
tion of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral
in small and frequent doses. The "uncomfortable oppression
is soon relieved.
Rcv.Doct. Lansing, of Brooklyn, New Yori,.states :
"I have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such cases of Asth
ma and Bronchits as leads me to believe it can rarely fail to
cure those diseases."
FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, to be fol
lowed by large and frequent doses of the. Cherry Pectoral,
until it subdues the disease. If taken in. season, it will not
fail to cure.
WHOOPING COUGH may be broken np and soon
cured by the use of the Cherry Pectoral.
THE INFLUENZA is speedily removed by this remedy.
Numerous instances bave been noticed where whole families
were protected from any serious consequences,. while tbrir
neighbors, without the Cherry Pectoral, were suffering from
Doct. J. C. Aycr : Salem, Ohio, June '51.
I write to inform you of the truly remarkable effects of
your CHERRY PECTORAL in this place,.and in my own
family, One of my daughters was completely cured in thiee
days of a dreadful Whooping Cough, by taking it. Dr.
Means, one of our very best physiciaus freely states that he
considers it the be3t remedy we hav for pulmonary dis
eases aud that he has cured more cases of Croup with it than
any other medicine he ever administered.
"Our clergyman of the Baptist Church says that during tho
run of Ln-fluilnza here this season, he has seen cures from
your medicine, he could scarcely have believed without see
ing. Yours respectfully, J.D.SINCLAIR,
Irom the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materia
Medica, Bovdoin College.
I have found the Cherry Pectoral, as its ingredients
show, a powerful remedy for colds and coughs, and pulmo
Brcxswick, Me., Feb. 5, 1547. Parker Cleveland, M. D.
DR. VALENTINE MOTT, The teidely celebrated Professoi-
of Surgerg in the Medical College, New York City, says:
"It gives me pleasure to certify the value and efficacy of
'Ayers Cherry Pectoral,' which I consider peculiarly adapt
ed to cine diseases of the Throat and Lungs."
Cures of severe diseases upon the Lungs have been affect
ed by Cherry Pectoral in such extreme cases as warrant
the belief that a remedy has at length been found that can
be depended on to cure the Coughs, Colds and Consump
tion which carry from our midst thousands every year. It
is indeed a medicine to which the afflicted can look with
confidence for relief, and they should not fail to avail them
Prepared and sold by JAMES C A YER,
febl 3m. Druggist and Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
W. W. BERRY.
And Druggist and Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
PUBLIC SALE OF BUILDING LOTS AT ALIS0NIA
HAYING been strongly solicited, by a large number of
persons to sell Lots adjacent to. the above Springs, I
have concluded to yield to these solicitations; I will, there
therefore, on the 20th of April next, offer at public auction oa
thepremises,a number of BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
immediately at or near the Springs, of appropriate form and
size for residences with necessary appendages. Those much
admired and VERY VALUABLE SPRINGS are beautiful
ly situated on n bench of the Cumberland Mountain; imme
diately on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at a De
pot, 80 miles from Nashvtlle, and but a few miles from Cum
berland Tunnel. There is a Magnificent Chalybeate, Su
perior Sulphur, and a number ot Free-stone Springs, all ia .
close proximity. A more healthy, desirable, and convenient
location for a SUMMER RETREAT cannot be found in any
Building Materials in abundance may be had at the place
as I have on hand several hundred thousand good Brick
and a quantity of Lime, and in a short time will have in fuU
operation & Steam Saw Mill of the first order.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
Plat of the abore may bo seen at my office Wis-.
Chester, or at Alisoaia Depot WM. ESTILL.
Ahsonia, Franklin co, Tenn., Feb. 21, 1358 d td..
WANTED, by a Young Lady, who has had consider
0M Mnerience. a situation, as a. Music Teacher in.
aome Institution of diameter. She can refr tQ. individuals
with whom she nas lately bees esgagea in. i.acuEg.
dress A N. S., Wesley.
Wwlty, Haywood ounty, Tuu, J'. 21135 la" .
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