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To the Alllictcd. To those afflicted with that dread
ful scourge to America, the Liver Complaint, the proprietors
of McLane's Pills are happy to offer this remedy, as at once
complete and safe. It has heen tried often in all parts of the
country; it has heen used in the practice of the most eminent
physicians, and always with triumphant success. In offering
these Pills to the public, the proprietors arc actuated by a
desire to alienate human suffering, and offer a remedy with
in the reach of all, which is at once a safe and effectual reme
dy for a most dangerous and ditlicult class of diseases.
JSF"This truly efficacious remedy may be had at all the
princpal Drug Stores in Nashville and vicinity. '
Dr. Smith's (genuine) Sugar Coated Pills, are warr-octed
to cone Fever and Ague in three days; Dysentry in twelve
hours; a Cold in a day; Billiousnoss in two days, by taking
six to eight one night and one morning, with a bowl of gruel
eating and drinking nothing else for one day, then eat regu
1 ar meals.
Female complaints alwaj-s yield to the mild action of these
Pills. A child six months old may take Dr. Smith's Pills
with safety they neither sicken nor distress the most deli
cate. Thoe accustomed to taking them say they sleep sound
Iv all night, the head bbcomosclear, and the couutenanco
changes to a flush op voirra axd ue-iurr. Sold everywhere.
"While there is Life there is Hope!" Some
of the most dreadful and stubborn diseases of the Lungs
ever 'known, have been promptly and entirely cured by
Dr. C Williams'. Pulmonic Balsam of Wrild
Cherry and Wood Naptha, after the most skillful
Physicians and every known remedy had failed. Wc there
fore say, "While tJiereis Life there is Hope" if you use
this new and popular remedy.
jgr"See long advertisement in another column. lmo.
An Important Fact! The reisou why that Cheat
Couou ItgMBnv, Do. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam or
Wild Ciibri:v and Wood Naptiia, is so very popular is not
only owing to its remarkable virtues as a remedial agent, but
i t is so pleasant to take. It is a beautiful cordial, has a de
lightful ll.ivor, and is so agreeable, that, when given to chil
dren, they cry ior more! See advertisement in another col
umn, marl lm.
Cclia's New Saloon. Lnnch Every Day.
This finished Establishment has Luuch set out every day
nt hiif-past ten o'clock. Cklla's Saloo.v i3 a favorable re
sett to all wiio like to luxuriate, lie has the best of Liquors
of all kinds; jtnd the Luuch ho spreads is enough (o whet
the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he
has polite ttnd clever assistants; and all who visit him once
will be sure to call again.
An Ounce of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the
swarms of conclusive facts that cluster around that incom
parable preparation, llooflnnd's Gorman Hitters, prejiarcd by
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a
tonic and restorative, are such us would prevent incrcduliti
itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease of
the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may bo recommen
ded for its soothing, conlial and renovating intluence. Dys
pepsia, heartburn, loss 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, alter directions of Baron Lcibeg,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. 1).,
Phila Jelphia. 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, tiie Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific
evidunccsof its value, furnished by agents gratis. Seenotice
among the medical advertisements.
Tiie Mti-it extraordinary disco eery iu the World- it Hie Gr At
AralMii. Remedy for min and Boast.
II. G. FARRELL'S
IT IS A FACT ESTABLISHED aud well known that
the Arabians attained a height iu the knowledge of medi
cine which caused the whole world to wonder aud admire.
With them the science of chc.nistry hud its birth, aud it is,
therefore, not at all. strong.! tint a people so cjiuieotly suc
cessful in theheiliiigort, and so persevering and daring in
character, should, by actual and uutiring experiment, dis
c ver reu-o-hes far surpassing in eiliciency all others, for
th cure of those diseases incident to themVruin their mode
of life. Tiie greater part of their time beiug spent in haz
ardous and bloody warfare with the different tribes, they
were subject to the most viule.it attacks of rheumatism, par,
ulysis, ne iralgic piins, and various inflammatory diseases,
as also the most horr d wounds, sprains, bruises, tuuiors
swcllings, diseases of the joints, etc., etc. All these diseases
thev wore so surprisingly e lieient iu curing, that the Hum
iliate I Lo'.cel with wonder aud attributed their skill to the
p iwers of magic. II. G. FA It HELL'S ARABIAN LI VI
M.iS S l' is a co nposition ofh dsanisand oils, from rare plants
peculiar to this country, aud it was by the use of the article
co nposing this great re.nedy that not only their physicians,
but even lue wild Arabs ofthe desert were enabled to per
ioral such miraculous cures. T.ie Arab ted is voorld-re
niwnelfor hi beautiful symmetry of form, his unsurpassed
speed all 1 agilvty, and the incredible fatigue he is capable of
enduring. Why is it ? Because from the timeof his birth
his limbs are certainly watched, and upon the first appear
ance of disease the magiclotion is applied, and such things
as continued sweeny, poll-evil, fistula, ringbone, scratches,
so.tvin, lameness, etc, etc., are unknown. Tin same tesult
will follow in all cases where H. G. FrrroH's Genuine Ara
bian Liniment is used iu time. Therefore delay not in pro
curing a good supply of it, for every dollar spent in it will
feave you twenty, and a great deal of suffering, if not your
Lookout for Ownferfeitsf
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made its appearance, culled W. B. Fan-ell'
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
fetts, because his having the name of Fanell, many will buy
itiu good faith, without the knowledge tiiat 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 druggist, No.
17 .Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom nil applications for
A-enoies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters II. G. before Furrell's, thus -1L G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold by CAltTWitlGHT A ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
Price 2" and "0 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in svery town, village and hamlet in
the United States, in which one is not already established.
Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re
ctence as to character, respectfully, Ac dAw
STAPLE AND FANCY DEY GOODS.
JOHN K HUME.
NO. f.7 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
HAS THIS DAY RECEIVED .
Printed Linen Cambric; Parisian Slopes;
Beautiful Challie L'er.igcs; Corded Shins;
" Beragc Dol-iincs; Hair Skirts;
Printed Borages; Grass do;
Neat Check Silks; RIBBONS.
" Fig'd Fancy Silks; Sash Ribbons; .
Plain and fig'd (jhallvs. Bonnet do;
India Hard Cord Twills; Neck do;
Nainsook Mulins; " Scarfs;
Rich Printed Muslins; 151'k Chintilly Veils;
Swiss fig'd do; lit own " "
Super Col'd Bcrages; Blue " "
Black Gio Do Ith'eni;
ENGLISH, SCOTCH, FRENCH AND SWISS EMBROI
DERIES. Emb'd Mus. Collars; Emb'd Under Sleeves;
" Cam. do Flowing "
Paris trim'd Val. Collars; Lace
PointodLace " Bl'k Lace Veils;
Cambric Trimmings; " French "
Swiss Trimmings. Sewing Silk Mitts,
Camb. and Silk Flouncings; Dotted Swiss Muslins;
Jaconet ardSwiss Muslins; Emb'd Linen Cam. Hdkfs;
Pointed do;) L ice trim'd do;
Shell Twist Comb; Dressing Brushes;
Fine Tooth Combs; Tooth do;
D' css'mg Combs; Nail do;
Work Boxes, Baskets, Ac
LINEN SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, TABLE DAMASKS.
Napkins, New ork Mills Domestic,
Undressed, English Long Cloth,
Richardson's Irish Lineu, Pillow case Domestic,
Pillow case do 12 4 Hamilton Sheeting;
Printed do Best Bed Tickings;
Linen Towelings, Apron Checks,
Scotoh Crash, Cotton Plaids lor house scrv'ts,
Russia Diaper, Uro. and Bleached Drillings,
Birds Eye do Cotton Diapers.
AISO, an excellent assortment of English, French and
American Prints, Beautiful Plaids, utnghams. Also, an ad
ditional assortmentmcnt of those justly celebrated Patent
Shoulder Scam Shirts. Also, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting;
Cravats, Liucn Collars, Linen Cam. Hdkfs, Jvid ana Silk
Gloves. JOHN K. HUME,
marchlO No. .-7, College st.
LAND FOB SALE.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
couuty, rendered at the March Term, 1853, in the case
of James II. Jones, Administrator vs Catharine Watson and
others, I will, at the Court House, in the town of Nash
ville, on Saturday, 2nd davof April next, offer for sale a
piece of Land, wntniningSiiJ acres, lying in (lie county of
Davidson, in ciril District No 7, about lo miles from Nash
ville, between the Nolcnsvill Turnpike and the Nashville A
Chattanooga Railroad, and about one mile from the An
Tkkms or Sale Said Land is to be sold upon a credit of
twelve months, and notes with good security required for
the payment of thopurchsse moncv.
maris d&lw id. "F. R. CHEATHAM, C.
NO. U, UNION ST.
j'OOAr & BUT LAND.
The Footpath and Highway; Or, Wanderings of an
American ,a Great Britain, 1851-2.
The Fiscal History of Texas. Embracing an ac
count of iis Revenues, Debts, and Currency, from com
mencement of the Revolution in 1831 to 1351-2.
Dlistory ofthe National Flag ofthe U. S. A. By
S. Hamilton, Captain by brevet, U. S. A.
Trench, On the Study of Words.
Day-Dcams. By Martha Allen.
Prose and Verse. By Thos. Hood.
ROADS AND RAILROADS,
A Manual of the Principles and Practice of
Compruing the Location, Construction, and Improvement.
By W. M. Gillespie; Cth edition.
Nicholson's Mechanic's Companion Comprising Carpentry,
Joinery, Bricklaying. Masonry, Slating, Plastering,
DOWNTNG'S COUNTRY HOUSES.
The Architecture of Country Houses Including Designs
for Cottages, Farm Houses, Ac., with remarks on
Wanning and Ventilating. 320 Illustrations.
AMERICAN DRAWING-BOOK. .
A Manual for the Amaf ore, and Basis of Study for the Pro
fessional Artists. By J. G. Chapman, N. A.
inarch 7 4 1 Union street.
LEANDCU D. STKVEXSOX. ROBEUT L. WIirrE.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Good?,
No. 59, GurmrofUie tyuare and College btrett, Aashviue.
WE have now in store one ofthe largest and best assort
ed stock of goods in the city. We respectfully re
quest our friends and the public to examine our goods be
toie making their purchases, as we are determined to sell
low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal times. We
will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Lanes and
Shawls at cost mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE
DItESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors;
Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks;
, ,t.t . ,1. . I 4:1 !!-!. !..A..nt .1.. I ........
Uich Plain Gro de Ithincs in all colors:
White, Piukund Blue Gro de France;
Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres;
Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres;
French, Eiiglishand German Mcrinoes, in all colors, plaiu;
De Lanes in all colors; Plain Cashmeres.
We have a large assortment of the above goods which we
will sell at very reduced prices.
mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE.
O UllSINU GOODS. We have a beautiful assort
ment, sue-as Alapacas, De Lanes, Canton Cloths,
black English Crape, Italian do, Bombazines, Silks and Rib
bons, Crape Veils, Mourning llaudkerchiefs, Uoisery, Col
lars and Sleeves, Gloves, Ac.
mar7 STEVENSON &, WHITE.
ENTLEHI EN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Silk, Merino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un
der Shirts and Drawers; Silk. .Merino, Lamb's Wool and
Cotton Hosier-; a nice assortment of Patent Shirts and Col
lars; Black and Fancy Cravats Stocks, Scarfs, Ac; Kid
Buck, Beaver, Fur aud Wool Gloves, a good assortment;
Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestiugs,
Susjeiidcrs, Ac For sale low, by
inarG STEVENSON & WHITE.
WHITE GOODS. Bleached Muslins in every final
ity; Bleached Drillings, Jaconet Cambrics, Muslins,
Swiss Muslin, Check'd and Strip'd Muslins; Hair Cord,
Check'd aud Strip'd Cord; India .Mulls aud Twills. Shur
French and Mainsook Twills, Book Twills. In short, we
have a lanrc assortment of the above Goods, which we will
sell vcrv low. manT STEVENSON A WHITE.
1 jHJJtS. We have a beautiful assortment, which will be
' sold at greatly reduced prices.
mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE.
1EIFTri)IERYr.--CoIogneWater, Extracts Hair Oils
and Soaps, from the bestFrcnch Perfumers.
mar7 STEVENSON A WHITE.
-iiiiiDAini.'Dii.v a vri i.ifM .' in-.:
i Beautiful Val. Lace Chemizetts and Sleeves to match,
Honiton Lace do do, Needle Work do, Jloniton Lace-trim,
med do, Honiton Val. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars,
Ao., Vuleucienes; Laces, Edgings and Insertiugs, Swiss and
Jaconets Insertings and Edgings, Black aud white Iice
Caies, Black aud Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buffings,
House-Furnishing 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 rpialities, Towel Diapers, Towels and
Napkins of all kinds, Barnsle-s, 10-t, 114 and 124 Linen
Sheeting, 124 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 aud Children, in every variety, best Paris Kid
Gloves, iu nil colors, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wool
and Meriuo Gloves, Boy's lloiserv and Gloves. For sale
low by STEVENSON & WHITE,
mar7 No. 50, Corner of College st and the Square.
The Philadelphia Store
No. 18, Public Square, next door to Plummer & Co.
SOIIN, HILL.11AN & CO.,
I) ESPECTFULLY take this method of informing their
j friends and the public generally, that they will on or
about the 1st of March next, open, at the above mentioned
stand, a large
Wholesalcand Itclail Dry Goods Establishment'.
With an extensive and entire new style of
Of the latest importations, nd selected with great care
for this market, and which, through their connection with
tome of the leading Eastern Houses, they are able to sell 'at
the very lowest eastern market prices; they, therefore, re
spectfully ask a share of the public patronage.
feb2t SPUN, HILLMAN A CO.
H. 000 OLAS & 00.
UU'OllTEItS AND W110LESALU DEALKIIS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR
ASOLS, AC, AC,
North tide ofthe J'tMic Square, Ntshvillt, Tenn.
WE have in stole a complete stock and general assort
ment of New Spring and Summer Goods.
In asking the attention f dealers to this exceedingly beau
tiful and eminently desirable collection of Goods, we would
say we are now prepareil 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. York.
The selections have been made with great care, aud are
m every particular adapted to the requirements of the trade.
The stock is not only the largest, but the inost varied and
elegant in its assortment ever offered by auy one in Nash
ville. We want Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White
Linscy, aud Woolen Socks, to any extent, at full rinrkot
-alue. febU 2m. II. A B. DOUGLAS & CO.
SPRING GOODS FOR 1853.
IMPORTERS nnd JOBBERS,
N. -18, PvMic Siuare, Nathville, Tennessee.
HAVE now in store their SPRING STOCK, com
prising every variety of
Fancy nnd Plain Ribbons, Printed Lawns,
Jaconets, Prints, Ginghams,
Cloths, Cassimeres, White aud Blny Linens,3
Jeans aud Cottouadcs, French and
English Drap DeEte,
BONNETS, nATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., Ac.
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. feb-22
J L.ST RECEIVED. A superior assortment of sea
sonable Ready Made Clothing, consisting of
Black Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etat Sacks;
Colored " " " " " pants;
" " Sacks; Fancy Cassimcre do;
Buff, white and figured .Marseilles Vcsu
And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine and
elegant assortment T. J. HOUGH,
mr5 Cedar street.
BLANKS FOR MERCHANTS.
BOOKS of every description and superior quali-
SCRAP BOOKS, for invoices;
BILLS OF EXCHANGE;
NOTES and CHECKS on all the Banks;
BILLS OF LADING, bound and unbound;
LETTER BOOKS For sale by
CHARLES W. SMITn,
No. 51 College street.
TWO Pise Tnononcn Bued Stallio.vs, Imp.
SILMROCKfoTo,the best racers of his
davand with liimt&'BBitaunities quite a suc-
cessfdStallioiflWWira very largo and finether.
bred. PrwiWjSwl ' W. Q. HARD1W;
mardittsrB,w't '1 b
INDIAN BATTLES, MURDERS, SEIGES AND FORAYS
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
NARATrVES OF Gen. Hall, Col. Buows, Capt. Cake,
Jons Davis, Jons Boslet, Samuel Blaih, De. Shelby-,
Thos. Evehett, Jons Raiss, and including accounts of
Nichojaek Campaign. Attack on Buchanan 's St-ition T?te
Cold- Water Expedition Burning of Sigler't Fort Bat
tle of Caney Fork Attack on Greenfield Fort Defence of
Bledsoe's Lick Seige on Boonslorv' Ihe Blue Lick 4 De
One .vol., paper. Price 30 cents. The thrilling interest
of the above Naratives 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 $-"0 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid
profit inay be realized. For particulars, address or call ou
feb'J F. II AG AN, Publishers' Agent.
rpUE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE OF ART, for March
1 Subscription received and single copies for sale by
march il F. JLAGAN, Ageut.
HARPERS' MAGAZINE FOR MARCUIust received
by mar2 F. HAGAN.
LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING G00Ds7
B Y A. J. D UN CAN,
March Uh, im, and 17M, 1S53.
I WILL sell at Auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
and THURSDAY, March 13th, 10th, and 17th, 18.V3, 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, all ofthe
Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture
and Turkey Red do, Trench, Scotch and American Ging
hams, Cliambrays and Bareges, Barege de Laines, Pans
Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, iSrilliantiucs, Chene
Royals, Embroidered Muslius and Tarletons, French, Scotch
and American La wus, of gi eat variety; white Swiss, Book
and Mull Muslins, plain and plaid Jaconets, plaid and emb'd
white Swiss, Bishop Lawns aad Victoria do. black Lawns,
Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords and
Castimerett. A large stock of LINEN GOODS, imported
direct from Ireland, comprising yellow, piuk, blav and
checked Linen Coatings, fancy and bleached Linen Drills,
Holland, 4 1, u-s, 12-1 aud b'eached Linen Shirtings and
Sheetings, 3-1, 7-i and -1-1 Tickings, Apron Checks, and
Furniture do., Nankeens, Camlets, Denims, blue Drills and
Cottonades; book fold brown Linens, Fanners' Drills, and
California Cassimeres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest
ing., Marseilles white, buffand lig'd do., super French blnok
and col'd Cloths, suier Ftench black Oassimores and Doe
skin do., fancy French Cassimeres, Tweed aud Union do.,
French and English Drap d'Etes, and a variety of other
Goods for Gcutlemeu swear, Ladies Dress Trimmiiifrs lot)
i I v.. .. l.: . i I..
and tioo yard Spool Cotton, white and colored, black, white
and colored Tluead, Sewing Silks, Redding, Tuck,' Fine,
Iron-and side Combs, Buttons, Ac.
ALSO. Hats and Bonnets of every style and quality.
Gents double and single brimmed Palm and Leghorn Hats!
Panama Pedal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Russia, Satin and
.Moleskin Hats; I.a lies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid,
China Pearl, Belgrade Net Iice, Gossamer mixed and
Chrystul Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French
Bunches, Sprigs and Outside Flowers.
b3?Au extensive variety of Bleached and Brown Domes
tics and Osnaburgs of all tile different widths.
stock is worthy the attention ofthe largest buy
el's of Goods. Terms liberal.
Nashville, Feb. 20th, ltio3.
AND. J. DUNCAN.
April 12, 13-and 14. I June 14, o and 10.
May 17, IS and l'J. July !, 13 and 14.
BBLS Old Rectified Whisky;
10 " Port Wine;
20 " Walkers Ale;
30 boxes, ldf and q r boxes Star Candles;
20 " Mould Tallow Candies;
20 nests Market Boskets;
20 half bbls Mackerel;
2obbIs Loaf, Powdered and Crushed Sugar;
- 5 boxes D R Loaf Sugar;
lo doz Zink Washboards;
20 bbls Ohio Irish Potatoes;
20 " Fresh Clover Seed;
40 bags Fresh Buck Wheat Flour;
30 bbls and hlf bbls Molasses;
' 15 " Cider Vinegar;
800 " Pine Green und Jll'fc Teas, in metalic packs;
200 ' in chests;
330 " Kanawha Salt;
f0 sacks Fine Salt:
10 bbls New York Gin;
5 " Apple Brandy;
1 butt Miipertor Irish Whisky;
1 " Scotch do;
ALSO Many other articles in the Grocer-line, which
will be sold at the lowest notch for cash, and no mistake.
mar3 It. F. BELL,
No. 23, opposite Scwanee House, College Street
FIRST SPRING SALE
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Hardware, etc.
BY JOSEPH F. DUNTON.
ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
March 22d, 23d,- 24th. My stock at this sale will be
found to embrace 1 greater variety than ever b-.fore offered
at Auction, consisting in tart a follows: Black. Brown and
Blue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Black and Fancy
Satiuetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drop D'Etes, Queens Cloths, Cot
aud Painted Jaconets, Embroidere'd 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
broidered Vcstings, Napkins, Irish Linens, Linen Lustre,
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and Brown Dril
lings, Sheetings, Table Linen, Cambrics, Apron Checks,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc
April f & 7 13, 20 & 21 I August, 2 & 311, 1& A 25
May, 3 A 521, 23-2SA30 Sept. G A 78, l.-., 22 A 2'J
June,7 & 02123 2s A30 ( Oct. 4 A o 0 & 18 -20 A 27
July, 5 A 7 l;i A21r2i'A27 No'. 1 A 23 A 10 17A 20
J. H. CURREY,
Furniture manufacturer .and Dealer,
WOLLDi especially inlonn Ins friends and the
. I I y n ..v.j.t..w4 iu lUltllSil 1
them with even' article of furniture from a conimomlo i
the finest article kept in this city, Hismantifacturin"' is not
has also a
is offered at extremely low prices for cosh his motto ljeing
snori proms w inaKC (juick sales.
Ordered work, reiiairing and varnishing old fur- "-zfl
niture, done at the shortest notice, and upon very irX
reasonable terms wifh despatch. I am also pre
pated to fill all orders for matrasses, the common shuclTTiept
constantly on hand. Being the only one in the city having
a right to manufacture O'Neal's Atmospheric Leaver Churn,
it being unequalled by any, I would just say that a supply
can always be found.atmy rooms on College street.
Undertsikiiig. All orders lor Coflius can be igr,
filled in very short notice, as I keep every descrip-Sl
ion always m readiness, which will be furnished at lower
rates than usual in this city. Having good hearses, gentle
horses, and a careful driver, -with my personal attention in
this department of my business, I hope to merityour favors.
Orders can bo left at my sale room on College street, No. 25,
where myself or clerk, can always he found, both night and
day, to attend to Such orders. "Thankful for past favors, I
hope by strict attention to bustucss to merit a continuance of
the same. J. II. CURREY,
inarch 12 No. 25, College street.
jo. vr. noirros. silas s. macev.
H0RT0N & MACEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and Cutlery, Iron and Castings,
No. 71, Jfarlei sL, near Broad Sign of the Still Saw.
f UULU invite tuc attention ot Jlerliauts. Uar-
Y V peiiters. Blacksmiths, Fanners, and the Trad
ing community generally, to their large and well se
lected stock of1
Pocket and Table Knives, Anvils and Vices,
Spoons and Candlesticks, Augers and Chisels,
"Padlocks and Scissors, Mill-X Cut and Hand Saws,
Chains and lloes. Files, Braces ad Bits,
Double aud Single Shot Guns, Grass Rope, &, Ac
Together with all articles usually kept in Hardware houses,
which we offer on accoiumodatiiigtenns.
WADE & BUTCHER'S CELEBRATED RAZORS
JUST received, lii dozen W. A B. "Old Army" Razors;
12 dozen W. A B. Hollow Ground Razors;
8 " " "Geuuine Barbor "
5 " " Old BaJielor "
Patent Frame Back "
HORTON A MACEY,
No. 71 Market street.
march! 2 lm
NOTICE is hereby giveu to all those indebted fo Ebese
zeu Fisk, deceosedtjntestate, focome forward and make
payment, and to all having in possession any ofthe goods
and chattels of taid deceased, to deliver them ; and ail those
having claims against said deceased to present them proper
ly authenticated, by the 10th day of June next, or they will
be forever barred. D. R CLAIBORNE,
narchll 3mtrw Administrator.
rpO GARDNERS, &c We have on hand a fine as
L sortmentof LANDRETH'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
in bulk, which we offer at vcrv low prices.
marchO-dltn CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG.
iftiVr 1 1 . 1. 1 . .. W 1 I i y. ..
IVLJsU, a laqju unci, uimsu on vincsireei, 101 irontingU
iVineireet, nnuihig backlHOfeet, befween Church
vroau oi. urjiu r fiiv a hj i u,
Mill Gen'l Agenfs, 50 Cherry St.
tonades, uiecic ami 1'aucy Linings, Plain and tigured Dress
Silks, Satin d'Clicnes, Alpaca, Silk Figured and Plain Bar
eges, Alborines Grenadines. Solid Colored Bareees. Printed
vup scis, oiik timings, uoiton uanUKcrclncls, (Jotton Lace
and Edgings, Black, white and mixed Cotton Hose and Half
Hose, Embroidered Curtains, Silk Mantillas, Bonnet Silk?,
Linen and Cotton Threads, Piiis, Needles, Hooks and Eyes,
Tapes, Combs, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Thimbles, Guns,
Pistols, Fiddles, Silk Angola Wool aud Palm Hats. Bonnets.
py any ooejin'.tlie faoutli in point of material and
stun tc-testwhich he asks vour natronnw. Tin
good assortment of imwrf ed iurniture. all of which
FOlVSATiE. A Frame IIoiim; on Cherry street
South NashviHe, near the Furniture Manufacto
ry, containing 3 rooms and passage with kitchen, ser- tiUL
JOHN YOEK foCO.
JOHN YORK & CO., No 14, Union Street, has
THE BUILDER'S GUIDE a piactical treatise on
Grecian and Roman Architecture, ttigether with speci
mens of the Gothic style; also, prictical treatises on
Geometry, Decimile Fractions, Mensuration, Trigo- I
nometry, and Carpentry and Joinery, embracing all t
the necessary details, and particularly adapted to the j
wants of the less experienced. By Charles Hills, prac- ,
tical Architect Revised and improved with additions
of Villa and School House Architecinre. j
COTTAGES AND CO TTAGE LIFE Containing plans for i
country houses, adapted to the means and wants of the
people ofthe United States, withdiiections ibrbuildiug
TnE CARPENTER'S NEW GUIDE Being a complete
book of Series for Carpenters and Joiners.
PRACTICAL MASONRV Or a theoretical and operative
Treatise of building, with "rule in Geometry aud Stone-
cutting. . marche.
EDWARDS' SALOON CEDAR STREET.
HAVING purchased the above elegint v
Saloon, ttie undersigned will continuev":s5
to serve the oublic with the best Liquors j-J
to be had at the best Importing Houses in tbe"Easterirciues.
... . . . t. - r it i it , ....
Attacued to tuis nouseisan eiceiiem. i.esiauraiu. rtieeit-
ieurecau be furnished with the best the mar
?M2? ket affords, at auy hour of the day or night.
Spleudid cooks are employed to attend specially to this de
partment, and gentlemen may rest assured that they cm
have the wants ofthe "inner man" provided for at the short
est notice. The patronage heretofore extended to the house
is rcsiwctTully solicited. W. J. GAR RETT, Proprietor.
DR. WM. McLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR,
I") ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Nashville
j and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanently lo
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of ash
ingtouand Pearl streets, where he may at all times be found
by those who may wish to consult him.
He hasiu his "possession ,mauy certificates from men of
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ol the following diseases, viz: Ner
vous Affectious, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Cfmghs, Incipient Cn
sumptiouSj Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Drojisies.
Cancers, Ulcere, Scroffulous, Heiuoptatiis of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases "of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseasta incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, lis attended to over ten
thousand difierent cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLatie hopes from his much experience iu the Medi
cal Profession aud the degree of success that has attended
hiscllbrts heretofore, lo obtain the confidence and patronage
ofthe sick and afllictcd.
Nashville, Feb 'J ly. DR. W.M. McLANE.
?AU Letters addressed.post-paid. to South Nashville.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant
iiovl3-Cm. ROME, GEORGIA. "
DR. ROGERS' LIVERWORT AND TAB,
For the complete cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and all other
Lung Comulaints tending to Consumption.
LOON AT ITS UNFA II A LELL ED SUCCESS.
rr"MIE above distinguished Cough Medicine is carrying all
1 before it in Lung Complaints. In all sections of the
country it is constantly performing Cures which astonish
even Physicians themselves. liook at the high character
and standing of the names which vouch for its unrivalled
hciding power. II. Cox, M. D., late Professor in theMedi
cal.Codege ut Cincinnati; W. J. Richards, D.; Hon.
Judge Morse; lion. Judge Win. Burke, for more than 20
years Post Master of Cincinnati; R. S. Newton, M. D., Pro
fessor in the Medical College at Memphis, Tenn.; John A.
Collins, Esq., Proprietor of the Temp. Organ and Geueral
Agent of the Grand Division of the Sons ot Temperance of
Ohio; Win. U. Lcvison, Esq., Editor of the U. S. Military
and Naval Argus, at N. Y.; Thos. C. Faulder, Esq., of Alba
ny; Rev. II. iseman, Rev. R. Hoyt, N. Y. City; and we
could name hundreds, aye thousands of others who testify
from personal experience, that it has cured them and their
friends in some cases after all other lvmedies had failed.
Such men never make such statements, unless convinced of
their truth beyond the possibilty of a doubt Read a few of
Extract from a letter from F. Jf. Cory, to II. L. Stovurf,
Esq., A'o. 137 Second Street, New York.
Spalta, June 30, 1840.
Dear Friend Stewart: 1 have been home now just two
months. When I lastsaw you 1 had biit little hopes of ever
getting any better. But I have now the pleasure of thank
ing you for recommendingme to tako Dr. Rogers' Syrup of
. Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua- I got a dozen bottles of it
und tooK home with me, determined to make a fair trial of it,
as I had done with everything else. I have only taken four
bottles of it, and I must say it has done me moie good than
any other medicine I have overtaken. On my lirst taking
it, it increased the expectoration, and I raised a great deal
of bloody matter from my lungs. But that has now ceased,
and so has my cough, nearly. I cough but little now, and
expect soon to be entirely free from jt. I consider it an in
valuable medicine, aud shall recommend it to alt who arc af
flicted with a cough or diseased lungs.
I let a young Lady, who had the Consumption, and had
bled a good deal from the lungs, aud doctored several mouths
with our Physician, but grew worse, have a bottle of it, aud
it cured her." It acted almost miraculously in her case.
Your sincere fnend, F. M. CORi'.
Illecding at the Lungs Cured !
- XW SEE HOW PROMPTLY IT ACTS!
Statement of Mr. A. Lang, Baker, No. 388 Pearl street, N.
Y. A few days before last Christmas 1 was taken unwell,
and sfKui commenced bleeding freely at the Lungs. I called
in a Homeopathic physician, but his medicine did not seem
to help me. I road your advertisement, and thought 1 would
try Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua.
Before I hod taken up the third bottle, my bleeding had
stopped, my cough was gone, aud I felt well as usual. My
health is now good. I consider it a most excellent medicine,
and cordially recommend it to my friends. This statement
was made to" the proprietors, March 12th, 1850.
As no ordinary sized ad VErtisement can fully explain the
nature and irtcrjts of this article, the Proprietors have pub
lished a new Circular, giving the history of this medicine;
the description, nature, Ac, of its principal ingredients; the
effect they are designed to have upon the Lungs and Liver,
. , i P.....T. !..!. ...!.., I....... I I
whosp Lungs are in the lca3taffectcd,arcearnestly desired to
call upon tiie Agents natneu.ueiow,! ami procure oneot lucse
pamphlets. It can be had gratis, i.ud will well repay a pe
rusal. JST Price $1 per Bottle, or six bottles for So.
SCOVILL A MEAD,
No. 113 Charlai street, New Orleans,
General Wholesale agents for the southern States to whom
all orders must beuldressed.
Sold iu Nashville by EW1N, BROWN A CO.,
W. W AJ. B. BERRY,
II. G. SOOVEL,
J. M. ZIMERMAN,
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG
BROAD STREET BRIDGE COMPANY.
AN election for a President and twelve Directors to man
age the affairs of the Broad 3treet Bridge Company
for the ensuing-year will beheld at the ollice of the Nash
ville Insurance Company, on Saturdav, April 2d, at 10 o'
clock A.M. " " S.M.SCOTT.
march 14. Secretary.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
EB. GARRETT Respectfully announces
that he has purchased from Messrs. A. B. & &f. I
C. W. ROBERTSON a select and complete assort- I &L
mcnt of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, Ac,
from their latest importations, expressly for retailing, and
will continue the business at their istand, No. 1G, three doors
from Nichol's corner, public squark.
He solicits the customers cf the Messrs. Robertson's, and
his friends and the public generall y to give him a call, w th
the assurance, on his part, of his best exertion to give satis
faction to all, who may be disposed to patronize him.
marchl l lm E. B. GARRETT.
N. B. Mr. Miltok CocKEiLLwill continue at my estab
lishment and will be happy to see and serve his friends.
OTICE. We have sold to .MR. E. B. GARRETT our
wf.-i!linnrstiw?lr of I'.ivafs Shoflsaml Trunk, nnd frlvnn
hrmour staniJ, No. 16, south side ofthe Square. The stock
is select, full and superior, having been made to order for our
regular Spring sales. v c, in laKiijg-ieave ot the retuil trade
for a short time avail ourselves of an opportunity to thank the
public for a long and liberal patronage, and recommend our
successor as worthy the confidence ot our customers and the
public "Fair Dealing" will be hi standingmotto.
marc'iU lm A. B. & C. W. ROBERTSON.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS Mn. Evans,
lately ofthe house of Messrs. Eivin Brothers, has been
engaged by us to attend to the Prescription Depart
ment of our house. Our friends may rely uf a their
Prescriptions being compounded with accuracy LJd neat
uess, and with the purest and mo:tt select medicines
Orders, by day or night, will b promptly attended to.
CURREY A MARTIN,
feb 2 Nix 3.', Union Street
SWEET HAVANA ORANGES.-Just received,
this day, a lot of line and siveet Havana Oranges, at
leb2C R. A J. NIXON.
' NASHVILLE TOBACCO !iIAN UFACTOR Y,
No. 43, on College, nea' Broad Street.
THE subscribers are manufacturing Tobacco from Ten
nessee, Kentucky, aad Missouri Leaf, which they war
rant as good, and will sell as low,iis any Tobacco of the same
quality manufactured elsewhere. We" solicit a call from
dealers generally, as Tobacco of our manufacture will be
found to give good satisfaction, an d pav the dealer a fair pro
fit A. J. MUSSELMAN A CO., Manufacturers,
No. 43 College, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn.
march 9 tlj
STATUTE LAWS 01' TENNESSEE.
ANEW supply of Nicholson A Caruthers Statute of
Tennessee, just received ard for sale by
feb25 btw CHARLEd W. SMITH, College st
and a copious luiuiuui;; iu iui; iicjirjixs hiiu uutc uix'u tuicu
byir giving their names and residences, even to tho stree
and the number, loose wiio are troubled witu a cjougli.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT gf Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
" We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK aad SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goodsof the finest andmost
costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies aud Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS o!
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up- !
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at tea- :
sonab'e prices, by calling at our establishment oa Cedar j
street, near the Past Office.
janiO CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
BUCKETS. 200 dozen Pat eyed Beaver Buckets for
sale by fub2i W. H. GORDON A CO.
GLASS WARE. 100 boxes Jenny Lind quart Flasks;
100 boxes Fancv pint Flasks;
100 " " "ipint do;
For sale by feb25 W. n. GORDON &CO.
AILS.-r2000 kigs Shoenbergers Nails, all sizes for
W. II. GORDON A CO.
COPPERAS. 200 bbls. Green Stcubonville Copper-
as for sole by feb2r, W. II. GORDON A CO.
STAR CANDLES. 100 boxes Work A Co.'s Star
Candles in whole, M and X boxes. For sale by
feb25 ' " W. II. GORDON A CO.
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINCIIAJI,
No. 47, College Stkclt, N-vsuvillk, Ten.
RE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLER for the Soring Trade, and in culling
ihe attention of the merchants ot cuddle and luist lennes
sec, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with tluit ot any House iu any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
$elf-intertt should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home uiarl et
They also invite the attention of Rlacksmitiis, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on huad.
leathern, (riwvnff aud Beesrax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
Feb. 2fJ, 1SS3.
wu. u. SJimi.
Wit. K. JONES.
S3IITII & JONES.
Agency for the Prosecution of Claims of every description
against the United States.
No. 22t, Cherry Street, NatshcWe. Tmnmee.
HPnE undersigned have been successfully engaged for sev
JL eral years, in the prosecution of claims against the Uni
ted States, for I'&mon, Bounty Land, Back l'ay, Half Fay
and Commutation, IVanportation, and Eclra Fay, and in
fact, claims of every description, growing out of military
service-in any of the Wars ofthe United States. In the
course of many years experience in the business, they have
procured much valuable information, cf material assistance
in procuring the allowance of claims. They have in their
possession much evidence of Revolutionary, and other ser
vice, which will be found of benefit to those having claims.
By a recent enactment of Congress, nil widows of Revolu
tionary Ollicers and so'dieis, at any time married, are enti
tled to a Pension for life, all widows and minor orphans, of
those who died in the service, or of wounds, or discaso con
tracted whilein the service in the various Indian wars since
17'J0,as well as the warof lbl2 and tho war with Mexico,
are entitled to Ave years Half Pay and those who have al
ready received it, to Half Pay for" Gvcyears more. All com
munications prepaid, promptly attended to. No charge
made, unless we succeed in procuring the allowance'of the
claim. - SMITH A JONES.
feb2G b a tw tf..
P 3 sa
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
rjKE Spring Meeting overthis course will commence on
1 Monday the ltith day of May next.
First Dav. Association Purse 8250 Two mile
Second Day Association Parse 150 One mile
TuiudDat Association Purse 100 Three mile
Fouimi Day Association Parse $200 Three best
Iu addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year oldsoiie milo and repeat $75
entrance, $25foifeit "Three or. more to make a race, to
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
give 100 provided the stake is filled. To be run on the
lirst diiy of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for ail ages Two mile heats 100 en
trance, $-'0 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at." o'clock, preceding the regular
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to be made to the Secretary under seal.
march-) td n E. R, GLASCOCK, Sec'y.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
MENT, No. 11, Cedar Street, fee doors from the PuUic Square,
TT 1 1 I.k K tYific lw tnimit n rnnicennil wnll si-loetivl .2.
VV stock of Cloths, Casimeres and Vesting, all
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash
ionable Stvlo and at as short notice as can bo done in auy
t.. It. ... i , T . t n 41.,.
CUV 111 me U11IU1J, uuu ill in iu SUil uic IIIHUS.
Ready Alade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A tine assortment of ilea's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
ggPGanuents ct at Ul& shortest notice. Please call and
examine, mr 0 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent
JUST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receiving
and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Ventings, cfr., in great variety and of
latcsts styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready Kladu Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to all of which
he invites the attention of his friends and the public gener
ally mro T. J. HOUGH.
TnE thorough bred Jack, MARINGO MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tennessee at Caney Spring iu
Marshall county, five miles below the Gshhig ford iu Duck
River, at thirty-live dollars insurance aud fifty cents groom
fee. Jennets sent from a distance will be pastured gratis,
and grain fed, if required, at fifty cents per week. He is
fullltfteen hands two and a half inches nigh, good honest
measure, unusually large bone, and heavy; black, with
'mealy nose. He has the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him highly to those who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For further particulars see hand bills.
marchll 8m KNIGnT A WILSON.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
nnllOSE two Store Houses on Union street, oueoc-
:.j i -r..:- i. n i ci ft
I cuuieu u) i uuui, iu; uiucr uj i-imicis, lire nuw
onered tor sale, fcacti tront about 20 feet on Union
street the lota about 100 feet deep.
If not previously sold, thev will be offered at Public Sale,
at the Court House door, in Nashville, ou SATURDAY, the
2nd day of April next, atl2 o'clock.
Terms, C, 12,1 S, and 21 mouths, for notes bearing interest
rom date, payable in Bank, with two good endorsers.
mrl LINDSLEY A CROCKETT.
NOTICE VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
A TRACT of Land, containing 11SJ acres, situated in
Williamson county, near the line between William
son and Davidson; being 10 miles dishtnt from Nashville, 9
from Frankliu, and 2 from the Franklin nnd Nashville Turn
pike; situated on a public road leading to the former place.
One mile west ofthe Oweu and Winstead Pike, one and a
half miles east ofthe Harper Pike, one and three quarter
miles east ofthe Nashville and Coltmbia Railroad, adjoin
ing an excellent Church, convenient to Mills, conlenientto
several excellent Physicians, and in half a mile of a good
The Dwelling on said place is a large-brick, two and a
half stories high, with an ell attached; a high and hcalthy
situatiou, with a bold-running spring of excellent water
with Smoke-house, Kitchen, Stables, and Cribs, with an
Orchard of excellent Fruit Trees, aud six acres of Cedar
Timber, fivo miles ofthe place
man GLOVER & BOYD, Gcn'l Agt'a
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY.
TW.t H t-. j-v?53
OR. C. WILLIAMS'
Componnd Pnlnionic Ealsain of Wild Cherry and AVccd"
For tie cure of Cough, Cold, JfiMrteneit, Hoopingcevyh ,
Croup, BronckiUn, Sjittiuy tf Blood, Attlmtt ntnl d-n
New Providexcb, Tenn., Dee. 9. 1S5C
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: We also take pleasuie in
stating that in everv cise in which your Pulmonic Balsam
has been used, it has jri veil the utmost satisfaction.
PORTER A DYCUS, Druggists.
SvavuoHE Mills, Tenn., Dec. SS, 1S.
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sin For tho last two weeks we
have been eutirulv out of your Ptilmouic Balsam of WiluT
Cherry and AVoou Naptha. It gave great satisfaction tu all
who used it, and we are of the opinion that a considentrio 1
quantity can be sold iu tiiis market You can send us bur""
more dozen immediately, aud when needed will order a fur
ther supply. Yours restectfullv,
Walter, scott a co.
New Aliiany, Miss., Fob. S, 1S51.
Dr. C Williams Dear S.n Your Pulmonic Balsam is
selling-rapidly and gives entire satisfaction. You will please
forward us another supplv on receipt of this, to the owe if
J. M. Patrick, Memphis, Tenn., and oblige vours respect
fully. DORSEY A WILLIAMS, Druggists
From a highly respectable merchant.
Holly Si'iuxcs, Miss., Muv 33, 1852.
Dil Charles Williams DearSin Although unsolicited,
I take great pleasure iu informing uu througTi the agency
ofyour invaluable preiKiratiou for coughs aim dt-easesof the
luugs, my wife has entirely rccoveied tier henlth, and is jm
fectlv free from the hacking cougii that se unnoted her. The
The x)ttlc receivetl from ton, :.iul one procuicil from tho
drugstore heie, produced the change. I have tuken paiits
to leeonuneud it to my friends, ami have no othor belief
than tlmt it is destined to become ihe Mtdieinef the ZtmtA.
Y'ours sincerely, S. O. CAREY.
For sale Wholesale and RetMil.aud on Aswcv by J. M
Zl. MERMAN, Wholesale Dtujjgist, whi s life Wetmral.
Agent for nsjofmtr ami mlumb. preparation at tiiu cky ut
Nahvillo ami surrouwHng country. It is also Ibr sale" by
the following Druggists:
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG,
GEORGE W. 1IENDERSHOTT;
H. G. SCOVEL, , ;,
BEACH, FLEMING A CO.,
CURRY A .MARTIN, NmkviHe.
BLNGFORO A MeDKRMOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, T
F. S. WOLlilDGE, f 1 -'"
HAWKINS ATOWLER, CnliuHbiu.
And by all Druggists iu every town in the Siate of Ton- t
nessee, und all the Southern and Wesieru Siutos.
mr 1 lm d tw w
For the Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, IIOAKSLWESS,
CROUP, ASTIDIA. AM)
TO CURE A COLD, t 1T1I HEADACHE AND SORE
NESS OF THE BODY, take thet'iiEHiir lLCTOK.tL on go
ing to bed, and wrap up warm, to sweat during the night.
FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take it morning, noon
and evening, according to directions on tho bcttle, and tho
difliculty will soon be removed. 2Joo trill long sutler from
this trouble when they find it can be so readily cured. Per
sons afllictcd 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 he sine of sound, unbroken sleep,
and consequently refreshing rest Great relief from suffering-,
und an uiiiilmte cure, isatlbrded to thousands who are
thus afllictcd, by this invaluable remedy.
From its agreeable effect in these caes, many find them- .
selves unwilling to forego its use tvheu the necessity lbr it
From two eminent Physicians in
Favbtteville, Tenn., April lCth, 1851.
Sue We have given your Cherry Pectoral an extensive
trial in our practice, and find it to siit-puss every other reme
dy we havo forcuring affections ofthe respirutorv orwins.
DRS. DIK.MER A HAMPTON.
TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS thisremedy
is invaluable, as by its action ou the throat and lungs, when
taken in small quantities, it removes all hoarseness in a few
hours, and wonderfully increases the potter and llexibiUy o
ASTHMA is generally much relieved, and oflon wholly
cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some casus so ob
stinate as to ) ield eutr Jy to no niediciue. Cherry Pectoral
will cure them, if ihb can be cured.
BRONCHITIS, or irritation of the tlmmt and upper por
tion ofthe lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral
in small and frequent doses. The uticouilbrtable oppression
is soon relieved.
Rev. Duct I.AXSIXO, of Brooklyn, New York, states. :
"I havo seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such casus of Asth
ma and Bronchits as leads mc to believe it can rarely fail to
cure those diseases."
FOR CRODP. Give an emetic of antimony, to bo for t
lowed by large and frequent do.-es of the. Cherry Poetonil,
until it subdues the disease. If taken in season, it will not
fail to cure.
WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up aud soon
cured by the use of the Cherry Pectoral.
THE INFLUENZA is speedily removed by this remedy.
Numerous instances have been noticed where whole families
were protected from any serions consequences, while thoir
neighbors, without the Cherry Pectoral, were suffering from
Doct J. C. Aycr : Salem, Ohio, June '51.
I write to inform you ofthe truly remarkable effects, of
your CHERRY' PECTORAL in this place, and in my own,
family, One of my daughters was completely cured in three
days "of a dreadful Whooping Cough, by taking it. Dr.
Means, one of our very best physichtus freely states tlmt he
considers it the best remedy we have for pulmouury dis
eases and that he has cured more cases otCioup with it than
any other medicine he ever administered.
Our clergyman of the Baptist Church suys that during thoi
run of Ixi'LLKXZA here this season, he has seen cure from,
vour medicine, he could scarcely have believed without see-
Ing. Yours respectfully, J.D.SINCLAIR,
Irom the distingu'uhed Frofenmr of ChtnvtryundMttierui.
Medica, Bowdoin College.
I have found the CiiKimr Pectobal, as its ingredient!
show, a powerful remedy for colds and coughs, and pulmo
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URUXSWICK, Ate., reo. :, IO-k. J Jiinvtu vu.rnu.iii,ji;.u.
DR. VALENTINE MOTT, The wvlely celebrated Frqfeetir
of Surgery in the Medical College, Ate York OUf,tayt:
Cures of severe diseases upon the Lungs have been affect
ed by Cheukt Pectoral in bucIi extreme cases as warrant
the belief that a remedy has at length been found that can
be depended on to cure tiie Cougtis, 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-
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