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. SPECIAL NOTICES.
Worms I Worms I ! Various theories have been
started relative to (he origin of intestinal worms, and yet the
question is still a vexed one among medical authorities. Of
one fact, however, all are informed, and in which all agree
the fatal nature of the influence they exert on children. At
this season of the year the attacks of worms are mo-tfre
quent a3 well as most dangerous. "We take great pleasure in
directing the attention of parents to the Vermifuge of Dr.
JI'Laxg. It is one of the most extraordinary medicines ever
introduced tc the public, and lias never failed of success
iSSTFor sale at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville
To the Intelligent. Those accustomed to taking
Dr. Bcnj. Smith's (genuine) Soc.vu Coated Pills, say they
sleep soundly all night the Jicad becomes clear and the
countenance changes to a flush of youth and beauty. A
child ma' take them with impunity, as they are not drastic.
The sick and billiousmay rely upon their jKwcrto do more
good than any other medicine. Sold everywhere.
"While there is life there is Hope!" Some
of the most dreadf ul and stubborn disseasesof the Lungs
ever known, have been promptly and entirely '.cured by
2r. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Wood Naptha, after the most skillful
Physicians and every known remedy had failod. We there
fore my, " While there is Life ihere is Ihpe" if you use
this new and popular remedy.
2T"See long advertisement in another column. Imo.
An Important Fact! The reason why that Gkkat
Couch Riunr, Da. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam op
Wild CnBunr and Wood Naptha, is so very popular is not
only owing toils remarkable virtues as a remedial agent, but
it is so pleasant to take. It is a beautiful cordial, lias a de
lightful flavor, and is so agreeable, that, when given to chil
dren, they cry for more! See advertisement in another col
umn, marl lm.
Cclla's New Saloon. Lunch Rvcry Day.
This finished Establishment has Luuch set out every day
at half-past ten o'clock. Cklla's Saloon is a favorable re
set t to all who like to luxuriate. lie has the best of Liquors
of all kinds; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet
the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, ho
has polite and clever assistants; and all who visit him onco
will be suns to call a-rain.
An Oa net; of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the
awarms of conclusive facts that cluster around that incom
parable preparation, Hoolland's German Hitters, prepared by
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a
tonic and restorative, are such as wouidpreveut increduliti
itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease of
the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may be recommen
ded for its soothing, cordial and renovating influence. Dys
pepsia, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea, ncrvouc tremors
relaxation, debility, Ac, are relieved, by the Hitters 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 Loibeg,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, 31. 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
ridcuccsof itevalnc, furnished by agents gratis. Sec notice
among the medical advertisements.
27ie most extraordinary discovery in Uie World UUie Gfjat
Arabian Remedy for man and Beast.
II. G. FARRELL'S
IT IS A FACT ESTAULISHED 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 tliein the science of chemistry had its birth, and it is,
therefore, not at all strange that a people so eminently suc
ccvslul in the healing art, and so pcrsovering and daring in
character, should, by actual and untiring experiment, dis
cover remedies far surpassing in elliciencv all others, for
the cure of those diseases incident to them from their mode
oriife. The greater part of their time being spent in haz
ardous and bloody warfare with the different tribes, they
were subject to the most violent attacks of rheumatism, par,
alysis, neuralgic pains, and various inflammatory diseases,
as also the most horr'd wounds, sprains, bruises, tumors
swellings, diseases of the joints, etc., etc. All these diseases
thev were so surprisingly eilicicnt iu curing, that the unin
itiated looked with wonderaud attributed I heir skill lo the
powers of magic. II. G. FAKKULIS ARAISIAN LI.VI
MENT is a composition of balsams and oils, from rare plants
peculiar to this country, and it was by the use of the articles
composing this great remedy that not only their physicians,
but even ttie wild Arabs of the desert were enabled to per
form such miraculous cures. The Arab tfed is tcorla-re
tuvnedfor JikltettuUtd symmetry of farm, his unsurpassed
speed and agilHy, and the incredible fatigue he is capable of
enduring. Why is it ? Because from the time of his birth
his limbs arc certainly watched, and upon the first appear
ance of disease the magic lotion is applied, anil such things
as continued sweeny, poll-evil, fistula, ringbone, scratches,
f.paviu, lameness, etc, etc, arc unknown. Th 1 same i esult
will follow in all cases where 11. G. Frrrell's Gonuine Ara
bian Liniment is ued in time. Therefore delay not in pro
curing a good supply of it, for every dollar spent in it will
save you twenty, and a great deal of suffering, if not vour
Look out for Counterfeits!
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit
which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Farrell'
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy
it in '0od faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious'inixtiire has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by 1 1. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and whola sale druggist, No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must he addressed. 11c sure you get it with the
letters II. G. before Farrell's, thus II. G. FARRELL'S
and Ids signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold v CARTWIUG1IT A ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
Price 2." and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet in
the United States, in which one is not already established.
Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied'with good re
crence as to character, respectfully, Ac. dAw
LARGE AUCTION SALE
Of Pianos, Furniture, Chair., Badsteads, Carpeting,
Canton Hatting, Floor Oil Cloth, &c-. &c.
SS THE 29TU, 3uTU AND SLST OF MARCH, 1853, at
our Store, No. 10, Collegcbtieet, Nashville, tortlic pur-
li.tian Carnctimrs of the newest sh los. some very splendid,
1-4, 6-1, and 0-4 plain and Checked Matting, Floor Oil Cloths
from 1 to 0 vards wide.
Parlor Furniture, from Plain Walnut and Mahogany, to
splendid French Rosewood in Satin Brogatclle, Plain and
Fine Chamber liiruiture, iu gi-eat variety, from $80 to
400 a ett Bureaus, from 10 to 'J0; Wardrobes from 16
$110; Bedsteads from 8 to 150 dollars, together with many
other house Tiunihing articles.
ALSO. One tinefannly Barouche, 1 second hand Harp, 1
Jlelodian, 1 Parlor Organ.
Terms. All sums under lOO dollars, Cash, over 100 four
months note in Rank with good endorser.
Sale positive and to commence at iy, o'clock.
march 21 W. & T. H GREENFIELD & CO.
TRAYED or stolen from Dr. Wm. A. Whai- y.
.i' f. ,1,1a nnSiimlnr t)i.!ltli 5nst. n.":ir".-AT
bay horse, 4 years old, not quite 16 hands higli, with asoro
ij.l. . in. .,... ... . . . , . ... ... . ... iiui.-
hcad no other white spots on him recollecfed of. Also
having the marks of harness upon him, being a buggy horse.
1 will give 10 dollars reward for his apprehension, or for
any knowledge of him that will enable me to get him.
mar2l 2w. Corner of College and Union streets.
O COUNTRY ISIEKCIIAimS. We have now
in store a large and well assorted stock of Variety
Goods, to which we invite the attention of purchasers. Our
tto k consistsin pu t of Combs, Cutlery, Brushes, Hosiery,
Gl yes, Umbrelli. Hats, Caps and Bonnets, Silk Handkr
chiefs, Paris Silk, Mitts, PeiTumcry, Gold and Gilt Jewelry,
Clocks, i-teei uoods, Cap and Letter Paper, Fishing Tackles,
Guns and Pistols, looking Glasse. iSewing Silk, Spool an l
Patent Thread, Whalebone, Paris Needles, &c, Ac. With
many other articles too numerous lo mention. We solicit a
call from dealers. Terms liberal.
marchlO A MORISON & CO.,
AVholesalc Variely Store, corner Square and Dcaderick st
LAUD FOE SALE.
Y virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
county, rendered atthcMarcli lerm. Is53. in thecaso
of James II. Jonc3. Administrator vs Catharine Watson ami
others, I will, at the Court House, in ths town of Nash
ville, on Saturday, 2nd day of April next, offer for sale a
piece of Land, containing i!! acres, lying in the county of
Davidson, in civil District No 7, about 10 miles from Nash
ville, between the Nolcnsvill Turnpike and the Nashville &
Chattanooga Railroad, and about one mile from the An
Terms of Sale Said Land is to be sold upon a credit of
twelve months, and notes with good security required for
the payment of the purchssc money.
niarl2-d&trw td. F.R. CHEATHAM, C.
MEDICINE CHESTS Of the mostapnroved kind,
and assorted sizes received and for Kilo.br
STRETCH & 0RR, Druggists,
marchlT corner Union and Cherry streets.
5 Tons Monjlla Cordage, various sizes justi'cceivedby
nov20 STRATTON, SMITH &, Co.
HO.C 01 Ciosmtr up our .iui wui-ii is iniuc, uniiiutr iu
part of PIANOS, from 0 to7 Octaves of the best makers an
warranted. Velvet, lapistrv, ltiree riy, ingrain, aim
TOON & RUTLAND.
TOON" & SUTLAND,
GENERAL I; 00 K LLERS,
JTo. 44, Union Street, Nasltille.
PSALMISTA ; Or, Choir Melodies, an extensive collection
of new and available Church Music; for Choir and
Congregational use. By Hastings and Bradbury.
CARMINA SACRA ; Or, Boston Collection of Church Mu
sic, comprising the most popular Psalm and Hymn
Tunes in general use. By Lowell Mason.
THE PSALTER Y ; A new collection of Church Music By
Lowell Mason and Geo. J. Webb.
MASON'S SACRED HARP; Or, Beauties of Church Mu
sic, vols. 1 and 2. By L. & T. B.Mason. '
THE CHRISTIAN MINSTREL: A new system of Musical
Notation; with a collection of Psalm Tunes; Anthems,
and Chants, selected from the most popular works in Eu
rope and America. By J. B. Aikeu.
THE SOUTHERN HARMONY, and Musical Companion.
A new edition, improved and enlarged. By Wm.
THE MISSOURI HARMONY; Revised, Enlarged and
Corrected. By Charles Warren, Prof, of Music.
IW Liberal discount made to Wholesale purchasers.
THE JUVENILE MINSTREL Designed for Juvenile
Singing Schools, Public Schools, Juvenile Concerts,
Select Classes, Ac. By J. B Aikeu,
A KEW JUVENILE ORATORIO, entitled "The Seasons,"
published iu four parts, Spring, Summer, Autumn and
Winter. By W. B. Bradbury.
THE YOUNG CHOIR. Bradbury's Sabbath School "Melo
dies. SECULAR 3IUSIC.
THE ALPINE GLEE SINGER.
THE ODEON. ' marlO. -
DRY GOODS, &C.
LKAXDLK D. STEVEXSOK: ROIIKIIT L. WHITE.
STEVENS O N & W7IITJG,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
AI. 59, (XirntroJ the frjuare and College Street, Xanhville.
WE have now in store one of the largest and best assort
ed stock of goods in the city. We rospectfully re
quest our friends and the public to examine ourgoodsbe-
tore making their purchases, as we are aetermmeu to (u
low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal tinier We
will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin ue Lanes a
Shawls at cost, man
STEVENSON k WHITE
DRESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors;
Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks;
Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet do Lanes;
Rich Black Gro do Rhines Small Chcck'd De Lanes;
Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd De Lanes;
Rich I'l ain Gro de Rhines in all dlor;
White, Pink and Blue Gro de France;
Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres;
Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres;
French, English and German Merinoes, in all colors, plain;
i;e Lanes in all colors; Plain Cashmeres.
We have a large assortmcut of the above goods which wo
will sell at very reduced prices.
mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE.
O URNINO GOODS We have a beautiful assort-
lars and Sleeves, Gloves, Ac
STEVENSON & WHITE.
&ENTLEM EN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Silk, Merino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un
derShirls and Drawers; Silk. .Merino, Lamb's Wool and
Cotton Hosiery; a nice assortment of Patent Shirts and Col-lai-s;
Black and Fancy Cravats, Slocks, Scarfs, Ac; Kid
Buck, Beaver, Fur and Wool Gloves, a good assortment;
Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimcres and Vestings,
Suspenders, Ac. For sale low, by
marO STEVENSON A WHITE.
T'VTIIITE GOODS. Bleached Muslins in every qual
VV itv; Bleached Drillings, Jaconet Cambrics, Muslins,
Swiss Muslin, Check'd and Strip'd Muslins; Hair Cord,
Check'd and Strip'd Cord; India -Mulls and Twills. Shur
French and Mainsook Twills, Book t-iu. To hort. ve
have a larije assortment of the above Good3, which we will
sell vervlow. mar7 STEVlu SON & AVHITE.
IURS.Wehave a beautiful assortment, which will be
sold at greatly reduced prices.
1,ai'7 STEVENSON A WHITE.
1) EIFUTl-RY.--Cologne Water, Extracts Hair Oils
and Soaps, from the best French Perfumers.
mar7 STEVENSON A WHITE.
nUJROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS
Beautiful Val. Lace Chemizelts and Sleeves to match,
lloniton Lace do do, Needle Work do, lloniton Lace-trim-med
do, lloniton Val. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars,
Ao., Valencienes; Laces, Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and
Jaconets Insertings and Edgings, Black and white Lace
Capes, Black and Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buffings,
House-Fiirnisliing Goods. Rich Satin Lace for
Window Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain Dam
asks iu variety, Lace and Muslin Curtains, extra Rich
Table Damasks, in all qualities, Towel Diaper. , Towels and
Napkins of all kinds, Barnsleya, 10-1, 11. and 12-4 Linen
Sheeting, 12-1 Muslin do, French, English and American
Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves :tnd Undcnvenr.
Silk .Merino and Lamb's Wool Vests and Drawers, Union
Dresses, Silk, Merino, Linen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies,
Misses and Children, in every variety, best Paris Kid
Gloves, in all colors, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wool
and Merino Gloves, Boy's lloisery and Gloves. For sale
lo,v by ' STEVENSON A WniTE,
mai-7 No. 59, Corner of College st and the Square.
The FMSiidelpMa tose
Ho. 18, Public Square, next door to Plummer Co.
SOIIN, IIILLMAN & CO.,
RESPECTFULLY lake this method of informing their
friends and the public generally, that they will on or
about the 1st of .March next, open, at the above mentioned
f land, a large
Wholesale mid Retail Dry Goods Establishment.
With au extensive and entire new style of
Of the latest importations, and selected with-greatcare
for this market, and which, tirQUghthcif connec.i6nwith
some bf,tlie,leading Eastern Houtestliey are able to sell at
the very lowest eastern market prices ; they, therefore, re
spectfully ask a fchareof the public patronage.
feh2f, SOIIN, IIILLMAN A CO.
IMl'OKTEItS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 1ST
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR
ASOLS, AC, AC,
Forth fide of the Public Syjmire, JZuhriUe, Tenn.
WE have in sloic a complete stock and general assort
ment of New Spring and Summer Goods.
In asking the attention of dealers to 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. York.
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 iu Nash
ville We want Feathers", Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White
Linsey, and Woolen Socks, to any extent, at full market
value. fibl4 2m. H. B. DOUGLAS A CO.
DRAVDIG-S00M GRATES PAHL0E GRATES OF
JUST received, a larger assortment of FINE GRATES
than has ever been offered in this city, comprising a
variety of Patterns of Gothic, Arabesque, Louis 14th and
We liavc also a few finely Enameled Grates, with Ele
gant Elyptic Fenders.
Also a large lotof finely ornamented Fenders, suitable for
Grates of any pattern.
marchlS SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
FINE STONE SLABS.
WE have just received from the Nashville Stone Dress
ing Company. 'Large Stone Slabs, suitable . for setting
under Jartre Cooking Stoves.
marchl, SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
SOAP STONE GEIDBLES.
WE have on hand a few Soap Stone Griddles, suitable
for baking Batter Cakes, without grease, quite a de
sideratum to Dyspeptic persons.
march! S SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO,
SUPERIOR INKS. Arnold's Celebrated Copying
Ink,' quarts and pints; JIaynard ANoyers'BIack Ink,
all sizes. Arnold's Superior Red Ink. Guysot's Superfine
Carmine, a real article. Parson's Indeliablc Ink, no prepa
ration. Just received and for sale by
marl8 CHARLES W.SMITH.
SHIRTS ! SIIIRTS ! ! Just received another lot
ofMyer's celebrated Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, woo
ranted to fit, and to bo of best quality.
march 19 MYERS & -IcGILL.
"XJOTICE. EWIN BROTHERS have moved their own
1 and the books of Ewln, Brown & Co., to the office of
Messrs. Lindsley & Crodcetvnext door to Fall & Cunning,
ham's, and earnestly rcquesi-liyu&s. indebted jjynofe orac
wuntto come onrard 'and ray fe'j28
I.L meat, such as Alapacas, De Lanes, Canton Cloths,
aek English Crape, Italian do, Bombazines, Silks and Rib-
s. Crape oils, Monrnmg Handkerchiefs, lloisery, Lol-
THE CURSE OF CLIFTON: A Tale of Expiation and
Redemption. By Mra.Southworth. Complete in 2 vols.
Paper; price 75 cents.
GUS HOWARD : or How to Win a Wife. By the Au
thor of3Iinnie Grey, Ac, lvol. Paper; price 50 cents.
"UGLY EFFIE ; or The Neglected One and The Pet Beau
ty. By Caroline Lee Hentz, author of Rena, Marcus Ws
land, Ac, Ac Price 50 cents.
RUTH GARNETT: crlhe Lover of the Earl of Roches
ter A Romance of the Court of Intrigues. ByW. H.Ains
wortli. Paper ; price 50 oents.
. THE TtWOvMERCHANT3; or-SoIventandlnsolvent. By
THE EMIGRANT SQUIRE: A Novel. J3y P.JIamil
ton Myers, Esq., author of Bell Brandon.
"The Emigrant Squire, by the author of Bell Brandon, is
the best work offiction ever produced. Wo ,are fully per
suaded that, in all essentials of plot, "incident, moral, and
fidelity to nature, it is ouc of Ihe very best stories publish
ed." -Dollar Xwiijer.
THE FORTUNES OF TOE CO LVILLE FAMILY: or a
Cloud and itsj.il ver Lining. By the author of Frank Fair
leigh. With others, just received by ...
marchlO F. II AG AN, Market st.' .
irEW BOOKS ANOTHER SUPPLY
A FORTNIGHT IN IRELAND. by Sir F. Head, Bart. ,
THE LOFTY AND THE LOWLY by M. J.M'Intoshl
THE EXPERIENCE OF LIFE, by E." M. Sc well. -LIGHT
AND SHADE: or the Young Artist, by AnnH.'
THE GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE, by Eliza Robbins.
THE LUCK OF BARRY LYND ON, by W. M. Thackeray
DRAMATIC AND ORATORICAL EXPRESSION, by
Fowler. Just received by F.-H VGAN; '
BANKING'S HALF YEARLY ABSTRACT.
THE MEDICAL EXAMINER.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MEDICO-CHIRURGI-
' CAL REVIEW For sale by
marchlG F. HAG AN, Market street.
FIRST SPRING SALE
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Hardware, etc
BY JOSEPH F. DUinVX,
ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
.March 2d, 23d, 24th. My stock at this sale will be
found to embrace a greater variety than ever bifore offered
at Auction, consisting in part as follows: Black, Brown and
Blue Cloth-, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Black and Fancy
Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Eles, 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,
Jacodets, Swiss Mull, Muslins, French and American Ging
hams, Barege d'Laiucs, Chintz d'Laines, British and Amer
ican Lawns, Bayadere Dresses, British and American Prints,
Plain and Figured Satins, Figured Sill: Velvets and Em
broidered Vestings, Napkins, Irish Linens, Linen Lustre,
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and Brown Dril
lings, C-l Sheetings, Table-Linen, Cambrics, Apron Checks,
Cap Net.,- Silk Liuiugs, Cotton Handkerchiefs, Cotton Lace
and Edgings, Black, white and mixed Cotton Hose and Hall
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 Huts, Bonnets,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc march 14
April 5 A 719, lJ0 A Ul i August, 2 A 311, 13 A 25
May, 3 A 521, 23 23 A-30 Sept. G & 78, 15, 22 A 29
Jmie,7 A 921, 23 2S A30 Oct 4 A 56 A-13 -20 & 27
Julv, 5 A 719 A 21-26&-27 Nov, 1 A 23 A 10 17A 20
JUST RECEIVED AT NO. 23. .
" A BOXES Langhorn A Armistead's best "Tobacco, a su!
tj U perior quality!
20 Nest Clothes Baskets;
50 Kits Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel, for sale by
R. F. BELL.
opposite Sewahee House, College st.
NEW JEDICAL BOOKS.
MACLISE'S Surgical Anatomy;'
Gross on Urinary Organs; ;
Harris' Dental Surgery;
United States Dispensatory;
Hoblyn's .Medical Dictionary;
Dunglison's New Remedies;
Meigs on Diseases of Children; "'
Churchill on Women;
Bartlett on Fevers; : '
Caqienter's Principles of Physiology;" ' -
Colombat on Females;
Condir on Children; '
Ashwell on Females;
Miller's Principles of Surgery; " '
Chapman on Fevers; " '- , .
Mitchell's Theiapeutics; . ,' '
Vaeuic on the Chest; , '
Louth's Anatomical Atlas;
Lawrence on the Eye;
Blakiston on the Chest;
New editions, just received and for sale by
marlG CHARLES W. SMITH, 51 College st
"PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS Mit: Evans,
X lately ofthc house ofMessrs. Ewin Brothers, has been
engaged by us to attend to the Prescription Depart
ment of our house. Our friends may rely uj a their
Prescriptions being compounded with accuracy u.td neat!
ness, and w nth the purest and most st-lect medicines
Orders, bv day or night, will be promptly attended to.
CURREl' "A MARTIN,
feb2 ; No. 35, Union Street.
Q WEET HAVANA ORANGES .-Just received,
C5 this day, a lot of tine and sweet Havana Oranges, at
feb2U R. A J. NIXON.
BROAD STREET BRIDGE COMPANY.
AN election for a President and twelve Directors to man
age the affairs of the Broad Street Bridge Company
for the ensuing year will be held at the office of the Nash
ville Insurance Compauy, on Saturday, April 2d, at 10 o'
clock A.M. ' S. M. SCOTT.
ARPER'S MAGAZINE for MARCH received and
for sale by mar.") 4t CHARLES AV. SMITH.
MILLWOOD FEMALE INSTITUTE.
Neaii SrcAJioim Mills, Davidson County, Texn.
THE First Term of this Institution will commence ou
the first Tuesday in March, 1S53, under the charge of
the Rev. DAVID PISE, A. M.
Board in the Institute 50 per term of five months.
Rates of Tuition in the Primary Department, from 6 to
$10 per (enn.
Rates of Tuition in the other classes, from 15 to 18 per
Ianguagcs, Music, Drawing, Ac, Exlra. , "
For further particulars, see.Cit cularsf'whiclfmny be ob
tained at Berry's Bjogksfore, Nashville, or on application by
letter to thel'riucipal! Ihe President or Secretary of the
Board ofd)jrcctor, at the Sycamore Mills.
' . 'RefemccTmay also be made to the following named gen
Rev. Charles Tomes, Nashville
Rev. A. L. P. Green, D D. "
Hon. Francis B. Fogg "
Hon. Cave Johnson, Clarksvillc.
llon.G. A. Henry, "
Rev. J. T. liendrick, "
Gen.E Howard '
The Faculty of .Masonic College, Clarksville.
By order of the Board,
S. WATSON, Pres.
W. Scott. Scc'y.
Syctmore Mills, Feb. 9, 1853 2mtrw w
I EDUCATION. PARENTS desiring a pleasant and
1 healthy Summer residence for their children,- where
they will have the beuelitof pure air, good water and am
ple play grounds, will find a delightful retreat at Minerva
College; five miles east of Nashville, Tenn.
This institution is under the Superintendence of MRS. C.
JONES, who with her accomplished assistants, will at all
times give promptattcntionto the mental, moral and physi
cal culture of those placed under her charge Address,
S. E. JONES, Franklin College.
R eferexces D rs. Bowling, Hall, Vharton, Winston's,
Jonus, Messrs. W. T. Berry A Co., Thompson A Co., McNai
ry A Funnan, Ewin Brothers, Currey & Martin.
march 9 lteoAw3t
7XTRA FINE TEAS Can always be had by call
ll ingat the Drug Store of STRETCH A ORR,
march 17 corner Union anil Cherry streets j
INTER STRAINED SPERM OIL, suitable for fine
machinery for sale by II G. SCOVEL.
YVEET HAVANA ORANGES. Just received
two barrels Sweet Oranges. R. A J. NIXON.
TRUNKS. Just received a few fine Trunks, and for
sale by feblS MYERS A McGILL.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c.
THE subscriber has just returned from the "-aae.
East, and is constantly receiving all kinds of tpf
FURNITURE, CARPETING, Ac His stock at S?33
present consists of ahnost every article in his line of busi
ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as he is determined to sell low tor cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marchlo College near Church street
ABMINISTRATOiyS NOTICEL "
NOTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Ebexe
zek Fisk, deceascu,iutestatc, to come forward and make
payment, and toall having in possession any of the goods
and chattels of said deceased, to deliver them ; and all those
having claims against said deceased to present them proper
ly authenticated, by ths 10th day' of June next, or they will
be forever barred. H. E . CLAIBORNE,
marchll 3mtrw Administrator.
O. JIACGUEGOK, N. E. ALLOWAY, J. BAXKILEAD.
MACGREGOR, ALLOWAY & CO.,
55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
EST N. E. ALLOWAY k CO., Nashville, Term., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash sdvances-on ship
ments to us, seplG
. J.OHN YOBK & CO. .
i. - ;
JOHN YORK & CO. are Agents for the following
Harper's New Monthly Magazine $3 00
DeBow's N. O. Commercial Review. , 5 00
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine 5 00
The South Western Monthly ...-I. .v.... S.00
Graham's Magazine........ v. . 3 00
Godey's Lady's Book ; . 3 00
WEBSTER'S QUARTO DICTIONARY, (una-
bridged) to which is prefixed an introductory dissertation
on the origin, history, and connection of the languages of
Western Asia and Europe, with an explanation of the prin
ciples on which languages are formed.
It contains three times ihe amount of matter found in any
other English Dictionary compiled in this country. It stands
without a rival in the annals of English Lexicography. For
sale by marchlO JOHN YORK i CO.
SCHOOT. BOOKS JOHN YOKK AGO. liave con
stintly on hand a large assortment of every arlicle m-their
line, at.retluced prices. School Readers, GramniarsAriUi.
inetics, Dictioiwries, Geography, Astronomy; Physiology,
Botany, Chemistry, Rhetoric and Logic.
ALSO Classical Books, embracing the best authors and
instructor in the Greek, Latin, French, as well as all the.
other books used in Schools, Colleges, ami Academies,
?JOIIN YORK &, CO- Have just received a very su
perior article of Letter, Foolscap and Note Paper, which;
they offer for sale vcrylo'w.' Also a new assortment of Gold,
Pens and Pencils. marchlO
J. J. COHEN,
Wholesale and Eetail Grocer and Commission Merchant
novl3-Cm. ROME, GEORGIA-
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
O. W. ROBERTSON a select and compli
ment of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
from their latest importations, expressly for rctailint. and
will continue the business at their stand, No. 1C, three doors
from Nichol's comer, public square.
He solicits the customers of the Messrs. Robertson's, and
his friends and the public generally to give him a call, with
the assurance, on his part, of his best exertion to give Satis
faction to all, who may be disposed to patronize him.
marchl4 lm E. B. GARRETT.
N.B. Mr. Milton. Cockuill will continue at my estab
lishment and will be happy to sec and serve ins frieuds.
ATOTICE. We have sold to MR. E. B. GARRErTour
JlN retailing stock of Boot-:, Shoes and Trunks, andgiveu
him our stand, No. 10, south side of the Square. The otock
is select, full andstiperior, having been made toorderlor our
regular Spring sales. Wo, in taking leave of the retail trade
for a ihoi't time avail ourselves of an opportunity to thank tlie
public for a long and liberal patronage, and recommend our
successor as worthy the coufidence ot our customers and-the
Miblic. "Fair Dealing" will be his standingmotto.
marchI4 lm A. B. A C. W. ROBERTSON.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE TOR SALE.
TnOSE two Store Houses on Union street, one oc
cupied by Voizot, the other by Flowers, are now
offered for sale Each front about 20 feet on Union
street the lots about loO feet deep.
If not previously sold, they will be offered at Public Sale,
at the Court House door, iu Nashville, on SATURDAY, the
2nd day of April next, at 12 o'clock.
Terms, G, 12,18, and 24 months, for notes bearing interes
rom dale, payable in Bank, with two good endors ers.
mrl LIN'DSLEY A CROCKETT.
IRA A. STOUT,
COACH M AN UP ACTURER,
No. 5 Clauk Stiieet, Nasiivillk, Texk.,
Xextdoor to If. S.. French's Grocery Wareltousc, and op
ftoide Morris d Strutton's
LL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness rMJ
to suit All work sold bv uie is made at
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work fo repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. m"arl5.
DR. ROGERS' LIVERWORT AND TAR,
For the complete cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of Bloodt and all other
Lung Complaints tending to Consumption.
LOOK AT ITS UXPARALELLEI) SUCCESS.
npllE above distinguished Cough Medicine is carryingall
,1 before it iu Lung Complaints. In nil sections of the
country it is constantly performing Cures which astonish
even Physicians themselves. Look at the high character
and standing of the names which vouch for its unrivalled
healing power. 11. Cox, M. D., late Professor in the Medi
cal College at Cincinnati; W. J. Richards, M. 1).; Hon.
Judge Morse; Hon. Judge Wm. Burke. vfor more than 20y
yean? 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 General
Agent of the Grand Division of the Sons ot Temperance of
Ohio; Win. H. Lcvison, Esq., Editor of the U. S. Military
and Naval Argus, at N. Y.; Thos. C. Faulder, Esq., of Alba
ny; Rev. II. Wiseman, Rov. It. lloyt, 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 alter all other remedies had failed.
Such men never make such statements; unless convinced ot
their truth beyond the possibilty of a doubt Read a few of
Extract from a Utter from F. Jf. Cory, to IT. L. Stewart,
Eq., io. 137 Second Street, A. it' York.
Spakta, June 80, 1849.
Dear Friend Stewart: 1 have been home now just two
months. When I last saw you I had but little hopes of ever
getting any better. But 1 have now the pleasure of thank
ing you for recommending mo to take Dr. Rogers' Syrup of
Liverwort, Tar, and CancTialagua I got a dozen bottles of it
and 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 lias done me more good than
any otheumedicine I have ever taken. On my first taking
it, "it increased thecxpectoration, aud I raised" a great deal
of bloody matter from my lungs.- Bittthat has now' ceased,
and so has my cough, nearly. I cough but little now, and
expect Boon to be entirely free from it. I consider it an in
valuable medicine, and -hall recommend it to alt who are af
flicted with a cough or diseased lungs.
I let a young lad, who had the Consumption, and had
bled a good deal from the lungs, and doctored several months
with our Physician, but grew worse, have a bottle of if, and
itemed her. It acted almost miraculously in her case.
Y'our sincere friend, F. M. CORY.
Bleeding at the Tilings Cuicd !
and soou commenced bleeding freely at the Lungs. 1 called
"inHomccpathic physician, but his medicine did not seem
to help me. 1 read your advertisement, and thought 1 would
try Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua.
Before I had taken up the third bottle, my bleeding had
stopped, my cough was gone, and I felt well as usual. My
health is now good. I consider ita most exec lent medicine,
and cordially recommend it to my friends. Vhis statement
was made to the proprietors, March 12th, 1S50,
As no ordinary sized advertisement can fully explain the
nature and merits of this nrticle, 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,
and a copious reference to the persons who have been cured
byit giving their names and residences, even to the street
and the number. Those who are troubled with a Cough, or
whose Lungs are in the least affected, are earnestly desired to
call upon the Agents named below, and procure one of these
pamphlets. It can be had gratis, and will well repay a pe
rusal. VST Price 1 per Bottle, or six bottles for 5.
No. 113 Charles street, New Orleans,
General Whplcsaje agents for the southern States to whom
all orders must bo addressed.
Sold in Nashville by EWIN, BROWN A CO..
W. W A J. B. BERRY,
II. G. SCOVEL,
J. M. ZLMERMAN,
CARTWRIGIIT A ARMSTRONG
NOTICE VALUABLE LAND FOR SALK
A TRACT of Land, containing 11K acres, situated in
Williamson county, near the line between William
son and Davidson; being 10 miles distant from Nashville, 9
from Franklin, and 2 from the Franklin and Nashville Turn
pike; situated on a public road leadiug to the former place.
Onemilewcst of the Owen and Winstead Pike, one and a
half miles cast of UiIIarper Pike, one and three quarter
miles east of the Nashville and Columbia Railroad, adjoin
ing an excellent Church, convenient to Mills, conlcnieut to
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 healthy'
situation, with a bold-running spring of excellent water
with Smoke-house, Kitchen, Stables, and Cribs, with an
Orchard of excellent Fruit Trees, and six acres of Cedar
Tiniber, five miles of the place
man GLOVER A BOYD, Gen'l Agt's
THE thorough bred Jack, MARINGO MAM
MOTH, direct from. Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tennessee at Caney Snrinrin
MarshalPcpunty, five miles -below the fishing ford in Duck
River, at thirty-five dollars insurance and 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
full fifteen hands two and a halt inches high, 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.
tnarclill-3ra KNIGHT & WILSON.
O GARDNERS, &c. We have on hand a fine as
sortmentof LANDRETH'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
in bulk, which we offer at vervlow prices.
mar.h9-dlm CART WRIGHT & ARMSTRONG.
EB. GARRETT Respectfully announces
m that he has purchased from Messrs. A B. A ifrisi I
te assort- i !
3T SEE HOW PROMPTLY IT ACTS 1
itement of Mr. A. Lang, Baker,No.,3S8 Pearl street, N.
A few davs before last Christmas I was taken uhwellr
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
e have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored t DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
aTfe?.uch 513 GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VAT'S STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of surior quality.
Also Danes and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
differcni qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS o'
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being supplied at any time with good Good and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
'an-Q CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
SPRING GOODS FOR 1853.
IMPORTERS and JOBBERS,
H:-V'l8 PiM'c Sjuare, XaArille, TettMMet.
AVE now in store their SPUING STOCK, com
prising every variety of
rancyaiid Plain Ribbons,' Printed Enu-uS,
Jaconets, Prints, Ginghams,
. WHITE GOtODS
Cloths, Cassimeres, White and lilay Linens, g
Jeans and Cottonades, French and
English Drap DeEte,
BONNETS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., Ac, ,
which they offer for sale on their usual liberal terms to
prompt time or cash dealers.
;..Ff.,hcrSG"mng, Beeswax and Wool, always tnken at
the highest market prices. feb30
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, College Stuebt, Nasuville. Tenn.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stock of IL.RDWARE
and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling
the attention of the merclianls of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ot any Douse in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
telf-interet should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home market.
They also inrite the attentionof Blacksmiths. Carpenters,
and Fanners visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on hand.
Feathers, Ginseng and Beesaxtx, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
YET THERE IS A FINER STILL !
BY Knight Errand, dam by Old Partnership, fifteen
hands one inch high, will make his present reason at
the meadows, 4 miles cast of Franklin; at 2 for Jeunotls.
Good pasture gratis, and grain fed at 50 cents per week,
maria St. A. T. NOLEN
SALE OF VALUABLE CEDAR LAND,
BYvirtueof a decree of the County Court of Davidson
-County rendered at the March term IBM, in the case of
John V . V alkcr, administrator of bamuel Holton, de
from Nashville, about ;$ miles from the Murfrecsboio' Turn
pike, aud near the Jefferson road, and near Charlton's Mill
on Hurricane Cteek. About SO acres of said Land is cleared,
the balance is covered with good cedar timber. Ujmn said
Land there is a small dwelling Louse and good out-houses.
Atthc same time and place, I will also otler for sale a
Negro Woman named Katy, aged about T0 years.
Said Land and Negro are to be sold for the purpose of pay
ing the debts of said estate, and will be sold ou the follow
ing terms, to wit: The Land for $0 in cash, and the balance
ou a credit of 1 and years. The Negro Woman ou a credit
of 12 month. Notes with good security required in both
cases, and a lien retained on the Land until the purchase
money is paid. F. R. CHEATHAM,
march 16 d A twtd. Clerk.
IT-RESII TAMARINDS. We have just received
one keg fresli Tamarinds, which we can recommend to
our customers and others For sale by
STRETCH A ORR, Druggists,
narclil? corner of Union and Cherry streets.
INRUSH SALAD OIL. A fine assortment of Salad
. or Table Oil, in assorted size bottles received and for
sale by STRETCH A ORR, Druggi.ts.
marchl7 corner Union and Cherry streets.
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
THE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
Monday the 10th day of May next.
FntsT Dir. Association Purse $250 Two mile
SkoOxd Dat Association Parse $150 One mile
TimiD Day Association Purse 100 Three mile
Four.ni Day Association Purse 200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been pro'Kjsed :
A Sweepstake for tJ year olds, one mile anil repeat 75
entrance, $5 forfeit Three or more to make a race, te
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
give 100 provided the stake is filled. To be run on the
first day of the meeting. -
A Sweepsiake for all "ages Two mile heats $100 en
trance, S50 forfeit. Three or more to make a race, to name
and close ou 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 undersea).
inarchS td b E. R. GLASCOCK, Secy.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAE
MENT, jo. 11, Ceilir Street, jiee doors from the Public Square,
WHERE may be found a choice and well selected r
stock of Cloths, Casimercs aud Vestings, all fa
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash- lif
ionable Stvlo and at as short notice as can be done in any
city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready Marie Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts Shirts,- Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
""Garments cut at the shortest notice. Tleasc call and
.examine,'' mr 6 THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent
JUST RECEIVED. T. J. IIoughisnow receiving
and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestinys, dx., in great variety and of
latests styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready Made Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods toall of which
he invites the attention of his friends and the public gener
ally, -oxd T. J. HOUGH.
JL'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 Cassimcrc do;
Buff, white and figured Marseilles Vestt.
And a variety of other clothiug, embracing a fine and
elegant assortment T. J. HOUGH,
mr5 Cedar street.
WM. U. SMITH. WM. K. JOKES.
SMITH & JONES.
Agency for the Prosecution of Claims of every description
ainstthe United States.
Xo. 22 , Cherry Street, XusIuhIU, Tennessee.
THE undersigned have been successfully engaged for sev
eral years, in the prosecution of claims against the Uni
ted States, for Pensions, Bounty Land, Back Pay, Half Pay
and GommvUttion, Transportation, and Extra Pay, and in
fact, claims of every description, growing out of military
service in any of the Wars of the United States. In the
course of many years experience in the business, they have
procured much valunblc information, of material assistance
in procuring the allowance of claims. They liave 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, all widows of Revolu
tionary Officers and soldiers, 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 disease con
tracted whilein the service in the various Indian wars since
1790, as well as the war of 1812 and the war with Mexico,
are entitled to live years Half Pay and those who have al
ready received it, to Half Pay for fiveyears more. All com
munications prepaid, promptly attended to. No charge
made, unless we succeed in procuring the allowance of the
claim. SMITH & JONES.
feb2G b A tw tf.
JO. VT. HOBTO.V. SILAS S. MACEr.
H0RT0N & HACEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and Cutlery, Iron and Castings,
Ko. 71, Market st, near Broad Sign of the Mill Saw.
Wvuuv invite uie attention ot Jlernants, Car
penters, Blacksmiths, Farmers, and the Trad
: .w r it. i .i t ii.
iu u-uuiuuii gcuerany, 10 meir large auu wen se
lectcd stock ot
Pocket aud Table Kuivcs,
Spoons and Candlesticks,
Padlocks and Scissors,
Anvib and Vices,
Augers and Chisels,
Mill-X Cut and Hand Saws,
Chains and lioes,
.rues, .unices and Jiits,
Double and Single Shot Guns. GraS3 Rone. Ac. Ac
Together with all articles usually kept in Hardware houses,
which we offer on accommodatinjr terms.
WADE & BUTCHER'S CELEBRATED RAZORS
JUST received, 15 dozen W. A B. "Old Army" Razors;
12 dozen W. &B. Hollow Ground Razors;
8 " " "Genuine Barbor "
5 " " - Old Bachelor "
3 " Patent Frame Back "
HORTON & MACEY,
marchlB lm No. 71 Market street.
MOLASSES. 200 bbls prime newMolasses, for sale bv
jan3 W. H. GORDON & CO.
eased, ex-parle, l will otler tor sale on the premises, on
Friday the 1st day of April next, a tract of Laud, containing
11S acres, lvine; in the County of Davidson, about 14 inilus
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH RESEEDY,
DR. C. WILLLVMS'
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood
Ftrrthe cure of Cottons. Oil J. Awwt,
Orvitp, Bronchitis, cyi'ittHtg of Blui, Asthma ui
New Pkotidexce, Tenn., Dec Stf-lS-
Dr.C WnxiAMS Dear Sir: We also take ploosur ,irr
stating that in cverv case in which your Pulmonic BIsani
has been used, it has given the ntmo.t satisfjetion. Y
Rcspecttully yours. v J
PORTER A DYCUS, DrngistsI -
Stcamore. Mills, Tenn., Dec. 38, 183.
Dr.CWiu.iA Dear ain For thg last two weeks wo
liave been entirely out of your Pulmonic Balsam of Wilit
Cherry and Wood Naptha. It gave great satisfaction to all'
who used it, and we are of the opinion that a considerable:
quantity can be sold in this market. You can send us four
more dozen immediately, and when needed will order a fur
ther supply. Yours respectfully,
WALTER, SCOTT & CO.-
New Albany, Miss., Feb. S; ISM.
Dr. C. Williaiis Dear Sin Your pulmonic Balsam isr
selling rapidly and gives entire satisfaction. Ynu will please
forward us another supply on receipt of this, to the cr of.
J. M. Patrick, Memplu., 'Tenn., and oblige vours respect
fully. DORSEY A WILLIAMS, Druggists .
From a highly respectable merchant.
lloiXY Si'iuxos, Miss., May 23, 1S5S.
Dn. Charles Williams Dear Although imsoliciteiE
I take great pleasure in informing you through the agewcy
ofyour invaluable preparation for coughs an.l di.csef.tbe
lungs, my wife has entirely recover ed her health, and is Ldr
fecuy free from the hacking cougt) that so annoyed her. Tie
The bottle i eccived from you, nd one procured fiom tlie
drugstore here, produced the change. I hava taken pain
to recommend it to my friends, and have no other betfaf
llian that it is destined to become the mlkiaaf Simtk.
Yours sincerely, S. O. CARIt Y.
Nashville and 'Surrounding country. It is also for sale" by
the following Druggists: "
" - HWIN BROTHERS,
CARTW RIGI IT A ARMSTRONG,
AV. W. BERRY,
GEORGE W. HENDERSUOTT,
II. G. SCOVEL,
REACH, FLEMING A CO.,
, ' . CURRY A MARTIN, Nshville7 "
' BINGFORI) A McIMiKMO TT, . "
M m fices boto.
E. G. CLOUSTON, l ,. ... J
F. S. W0LK1UGE, f "H. fl
HAWKINS A TOWLER, CtAiibui.,.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of"lnr
ness ee, and all the Southern and Western States,
mr 1 lm d tAv w
J -" t T -V V
V. I. A H
3U U . UUSar
For ihe Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOAIiSK.YZ.&S
CROUP, -ASTHMA. AM) . i
TO CURE A COLD, WITH HEADACHE AND S0RR
NESS OF THE HODY, take tbeCiiKimv Pixtoral on ga
ing in bed, and wrap up warm, to sweat during the night
FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take it morning, noon
and evening, according to directions ontho bcttle. and the
difficulty will soon be removed. None will long ulior from
this trouble when they find it can be o readily cured. Per
wins afllieted with a seated cough, which bleaks tlwm of
their rest at night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral
fin film. t( twif. tlifv mv lw siuo nf sjimihI iiitLr.it-.uf.Tni.
r o ; j j --"., ..... .,-i
and consequently refrcahtng-ivst. Great relief from sufi'gr
ing, and an ultimate cure, is ntlunled to thousands who are
thus afllicled, by this invaluable remedy.
From its ugreeable efll-ct iu these case. , many find thorn
selves unwilling to forego its use when the iiecuteity for it
From two eminent Physicians iu
Favcttcvillk, Tonn., April 10th, 1851. -Stiu
We have given your Cherry Pectoral an extonsiv
trial in our practice, and find it to surpass evury other ieme.
dv we have for curing nfll'ctions of the respirator' organs.
I )RS. DI EM ER A HAMPf ON
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 few
hours, and wonderfully increases the jHjueraud llcxibilty at
ASTHMA is generally much relieved, and often wholly
cured by Cherry PeetorcL But there are some cases o ob
stinate as to ield eutiily to no medicine. Cherry Pectoral
will cure them, if the can be cured.
BRONCHITIS, or irritation of the throat and upper ioi
tion of the lungs, may be cmed by taking Cherry Pectoral
in small and frequent doses. The uncomlortableoppitsssftin
is soon relieved.
Rev. Doct. Ijansixc, of Brooklyn, New York, states : -
"I havo seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such cases of Asth
ma and Bronchits aS leads me to believe it can rarely lair to
cure those diseases."
FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, fo he fol
lowed by large and frequent doses of the ClHerrv Pectoral,
until it subdues the disease. If taken in season, it will not
fail to cure.
WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up and socn
cured bv 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 serious consequences, while their
neighbors, without the Cherry Pectoral, were suilering from
Doct. J. C. Aycr : Salem, Ohio, June '51. .
I write to inform vou of the truly remarkable ctl'ects of
your CHERRY PECTORAL iu this place, and in my own
family, One ofiny daughters was completely cuied in three
days of a dreadful Whooping Cough, by taking it. Dr.
Means, one of our very best physicians freely slates that he
considers it the be3t remedy we have for pulmonary dis
eases and 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 the
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your medicine, he could scarcely have believed without see
ing. Yours respectfully, J.D.SINCLAIR,
Deputy Postmaster. '
Irom the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materia
Medica, Boudoin College.
I havo found the Cuejihv Pectoual, as its ingredient
show, a powerful remedy for colds and couglis, and pulmo
nary diseases. :
BuuxswicK, 31c., Feb. 5, 1847. Parker Cleyelaxd, M. D.
DR. VALENTINE MOTT, The widely celebrated Professor
of Surgerg in the Medical College, JS ew Fork City,
"It gives me pleasure to certify the value and ellicBcr of
'Ayert Cherry Pectoral,' 'which I consider peculiarly adapt
ed to cure diseases of the Throat and Lungs." . t"
Cures of severe diseases upon tho Lungs have been affect
ed by CnEitar Pectoilu. in such extreme cases as warrant
the belief that a remedy has at length been found that can
be depended on to cure the Couglis, Colds and Consump
tion which carry from our midst thousands every year. Jt
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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febl 3m. Druggist and Chemist, Lowell, .Mass.
W. W. BERRY.
And Druggist and Dealers in Jledicine everywhere.
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Avoid the counterfeit as vou would poison.
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