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Washkotos, May 3. The President has deter
mined to appoint CoL Scott, a son-in-law of Win
field Scott, Inspector General ofTT. S. Army. The
TTnwn disclaims any pretention to be the Govern
ment Organ. Mr. McLean has been appointed
Collector at Cincinnati.
New York;, May 3. The Methodist convention,
yesterday, at Ipswich adopted resolutions against
slavery," also another resolution prohibiting slave
holders from communion in the Church.
Chief Justice Gibson of Pennsylvania died at
Philadelphia, May 3. Arthur Spring, the mur
derer, is to be hanged 10th June.
BosTONyMay 3. The printers have struck for
higher wages, which has been acceded to with one
or two exceptions.
oujsville, May 3. Mr. Meagher is to deliver a
lec'.S here on Thursday. The subject will be
Grat&A and the Irish.
EST We arc authorized to announce Enoch Cunnixgiiah,
as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election.
JSiT We are authorized to announce William Luton, as
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candidate for sheriff, atthe ensuing election.
JS?We are authorized to announce Major Richard F
Cooke, as a candidate for the Senate in the district composed
of the counties of Macon, Jackson and White.
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Human System in everv shapej and
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Address, (postpaid,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
marchl6 ly flb. 152 Spruce St., PJiiladtiphia
114, College Street,
AIONOHAN & SHIRK,
HAVE on hand and are finishing a complete assortment
of Carriages, consisting of Carryalls, Rockaways,Bar
xouches, and Buggies, made of the best material and of su
perior workmanship, finished in neat and elegant style, with
some entirely new patterns. For sale low, tor cash or ap
Persons wishing Carriages or Harness, will find it to their
interest to give us a call at our establishment on lower Col
We have also some second hand Coaches, Barrouches and
Buggies ifor sale. april2 lm
A VALUABLE COTTON FARM FOR SALE.
LYING outho West side of the West fork of Stones river,
six miles North west of Murfreesboro', containing 466
acres, about 325 acres cleared and in a high state of cultiva
tion. The N. &. C. Railroad passes through a corner of the
land at Neal's Station. It has two valuable springs on it,
either of which would turn a mill at the lowest stage of wa
ter. The neighborhood is good and the situation healthy.
The tract is well improved, it lias a good DWELLING
HOUSE, with fix rooms, . all in good repair, good negro
houses, good smoke house, good cribs and stables, with a
first-rate gin-house and cotton press. The land is well wa
tered and pretty well all tillable.
Any person wishing to purchase can apply to me, Irving
on the Farm. apll lm JAMES AVENT.
MERCHANT TAILOR. 42, College street,
Nashville, would respectfully inform his friends
. . 1 1 1 r 4 JL. I. 1 i - ri
Summer Goods, consisting of a large and well selecnd"sinS
ana me uuunu, uiauic uaa jv-raneu uia onrinji- unrt iri;i
of Cloths, Doeskins, Fancy Cassimcres,Drillinrs. Rich Test
ings of choice patterns, and a general assortment of Fur
nishing goods, to which he would invite their attention feel
ing confident that he can give entire satisfaction.
3 zi&tM Wsr lai;
C. D. SUIHK.
SIXTH SEEING SALE.
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Saoes, .Sits and Hardware, etc.
BY JOSEPH F.W UNTON.
ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, May
10th, 11th and 12th, I will offer my Fourth Spring
Stock. It will be found to embrace a greater variety than
ever before offered at Auction; consisting in part as follows:
Black, Brown and Blue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres,
Black and Fancy Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Eles,
Queens Clotlis, Cottonades, Check and Fancy Linings,
Plain and Figured DressSdks, Satin d'Cbencs, Alpacas, Sill
Figured and Plain Bareges, Alborines Grenadines, Solid
Colored Bareges, Printedand Painted Jaconets, Embroider
ed Lawns, Barred Muslins, Jacouets, Swiss Mull Muslins,
French and American Ginghams, Barege d'Laines, Chintz
d'Laints, British and American Lawns, Baj'adere Dresses,
British Jud American Prints, Plain and Figured Satins, Fi
gured Silk Velvets and Embroidered Yestings, Napkins,
Linen Lustre, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and
Brown Drillings, 6-1 Sheetings, Table Linen, Cambrics,
Apron Checks, Cap Nets, Silk Linings, Cotton Handker
chiefs, Cotton Lace and Edgings, Black, white and mixed
Cotton Hose and Half nose, Embroidered Curtains, Silk
Mantillas, Bonuet Silks, Linnen and Cotton Threads. Pins,
Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Tapes. Combs, Pocket and Table
Uutlery, Thimbles, Guns, tfutols, riauies, aun, -Aguuia
Woohvud Palm Hats, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, etc, etc.
-21, 23 28 k 30. July, 5 & 7 -19 & 2126 &27
-21,23 2830 ia'3
May, 3 & 5
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
GolUge street, flash title, Tennessee,
HAS iust received a large and splendid assortment of
CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
Ac, which with his former stock, makes one of the largest
and best assortments ever offered in Nashville. Those
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All work sold by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with a practical knowledge ot the business, gives him advan
tages in selecting such articles as are unexceptionable in
style and workmanship and finish.
JSf Also, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil Cloth,
Solar Lamps, Girandoles, Looting Glasses, Matrasses and
Clock, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and examine. apri!26 A. P.
"' EXTENSIVE SALE
AT AUCTION" OF NEW SPRING GOODS,
B Y A. J. D UNCAfl,
May Yith, 18tf, and Wh, 1853.
I "WILL sell at Auction, without reserve, on TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, May 17th, 18th,
and litth, 1353, a very large and well selected stock of STA
PLE and FANOY.FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
All of the Latest Importations and Styles.
My stock embraces every description of English, French,
Genmui, Jtalian, India and American GOODS, consisting
Fancy and black Prints, in great variety; Furniture aud
Turkey" Red do, French, Scotcn and . American Ginghams
and Cnambraj-s; Chene Royals, Paris Painted Lawns, Or
gandies, Jaconets, Brilliautiues, Bareges and Barege de
Laines Portsmouth and Lodi Lawns, black Lawns, Tarlc
tons, colored and white; Embroid'rd Swiss, white Book
Swiss, Nainsook and Mull Muslins, white Jaconets, plain
and plaid; Corded Swiss, aud Satin plaid do; Victoria
Lawns, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords, Cashmeictts and
Crototi Cloths; English Drap d'Etes, Tweeds, fancy Cas
simeres, French black and Doeskin do, Union Cassiineres,
and Berkshire do, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vcstings,
Marseilles while, buff and tig'd do., super French black
Cloths, aud fancy do. Alarge stock of LINEN GOODS, im
ported direct from Ireland, comprisingycllow, pink and blay
3-1 and 4-1 Linen Coatings, and checked do; fancy and
Linen Drills, Hollands, brown and bleached 4 4, U-S, 11-4
and 12-i Linen Shirtings aud Sheetings; Nankeens, Cam
lets, Denims, blue Drills, Cotfouadcs and California Cassi
mercs, book fold brown Linens, German Burlaps and Far
mers' Drills, bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings,
Canvass Paddiugs, Diapers, Snow JJrop Towels and Dor
l ies, India Twills, Satteens, Carpet Bags, Hosiery, Gloves,
Hair Brushes. Threads, Buttons, Tuck Combs, Side Red
dingand Fine, Ivory do; Spectacles, kc, kc
' ALSO. A large sioek of Hats and Bonnets of the latest
styles; Gents' Moleskin, Brush, Beaver, Leghorn ana l'alm
Leaf Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China
Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and Chrystal
Lace Bonnets; Artilieial Flowers; Wreaths, French Bunches,
Sprigs; Bonnet, Cap, aud Plain Itibbons; Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs: worked do; Jaconet aud Swiss Insertiugs
and Edge; uu extensive variety of Plain and Dress Silks,
and black Silks; Brown Doiuesl'ics and O&uuburgs.
The largest buyers woulil do well to examine my stocK.
All the above mentioned Goodswill be sold freely with
out reserve, and on Jilxral terms.
Nashville, April 2:th. A.N1J. J. UUJtUAA.
FUTURE SALE 5. 1353.
June 14, l.i and 16. July 12, 13 and 14.
PRINTED MUSLINS, LAWNS,
At No. 57. College street.
JOHN IC HUME has just received a splendid assortment
ot Muslins and Lawns, in great variety, to which parti
cular attention is solicited. The most of these Muslins have
been purchased at extremely low figures, therefore great
bargains may be expected by "purchasers. Painted Muslins,
all colore, at"8 to 10 and 12 cents per yard.
BEAUTIFUL BERAGES, SILKS, tc,
Rich tig'd Paris Berages;
India Twills, (hair cord;)
" " Chally do;
" " Berage Robes;
" Twisted Silks;
Aamsooic -mi lms,
Swiss do (double width,)
Chameleon bilks ;
ri.nl.n.l ...i.l Qf.-;..i K;it-
VjMi;iJll.lt n -J' ' .......
ham ns. Linen Cambrics,
A complete assortment of
White and Colored Cotton Hose;
do and Black Silk do; .
-Lisle thread Hose, Embroidered; ,
Children's Hose in great varieiy; .
Alexander's 4Kid Glove.-;
15. and M. Kid Gloves;
Beautiful Black Lace Gloves;
Lisle and Silk Gloves;
Ladies' Riding Gloves;
nnril23 JOHN K. HUME,
CUiNUhKTb, &c. Just received, a
Xj new supply, mostly pure white.
Also, bash, JNeckand
apiii .IUHiN K. 11UMK.
ALLENCIENNES, Ibices, Edgings and Iusertiugs;
Val. Trimmed i'onitca Collars;
iloniton do do;
Beautiful Painted Undcrsleeves;
do do Flouncings;
Dimity and Muslin Bands just received by
JOHN K. HUME,
npril 23 No. 57 College" street.
"ANTILLAS. New Style Silk Mantillas;
do do Lace do;
do do Lace Points aud scarfs; all
newest styles out just opened by JOILN W. HUME,
apriI23 ' o. 5 College street.
J. II. CUiritEY,
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
T7f TOULD respectfully inform his friends
y ana llie puoite geuerany irai uu
keens a lull assortment ot furniture on
hand, consisting ot u ireaus, ward -rones, ijcnsicaos, aiue-
boards, Uhairs, Solas, uivans, iiooK cases, oiiowcr-uaius,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and on very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrasscs of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking All orders for Cofiins can be filled in
.Ss-ssw-jVery short notice, at the following prices, as I
isx&x&cst keep evcry description always on hand, together
with good Hcrses, Horses and careful drivers:
Plain raise lid Coffins, from 10 to $15 00
Covered Coffins from 20 to 75 00
Servants' Coffins, $1 00 per foot.
All orders left at my store on College street, No. 25, oppo
site the Sewannee House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. ap26 a n g en J.H. CURREY.
DR. A. G. GOODLET.
HOUCK'S PANACEA AND GOODLET'S LINIMENT.
flb. 25, Deaderick St., flashdlle, Tenn.
Important to the Afflicted!
Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter by Dr.
A. G. GOODLET.
Testiiioxt from toe Mixistet.
Lebanox, Tenn., March 12, 1853.
Dr. A. G. Gooolet Dear Sir : Having used Houck's
Vegetable Panacea, prepared by yourself, in ray family,
and believing as ldo that it isoneof the most valuable med
icines now in use, I feel it a duty I owe to you and suffering
humanity to give testimony of its valuable qualities, and this
testimony is tounded on facts and benefits derived from its
use in my family, For more than twelve months it has
doubtless effected more than all other medicines, and that
with the aid of the best medical skill of the country. My
wife was sorely afflicted with complicated diseases, actom
panied with spasms of extreme severity for about thirteen
years without obtaining relief, although sought for with dil
igence, butin vaiuuntill procured from you Houck's Pana
cea, which very soon gave most prompt relief, and now for
over twelve months she has suffered no inconvenience from
the diseases which most sorely afflicted her for years.
Yours most sincerely, W. W. BELL.
Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter, Dr. A.
Ono of the greatest Liniments ever discovered for the cure
of Rheumatism, Tumors, Palsy, Gout, Ring worm, Itch,
Chilblains, Frost Bites, Mumps, stiffness of the joints,
Cramps, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts..J3urus, Dislocations, Frac
turedllones, Poisonous Bites, Sore Throat, Stings, all
kinds of swelling with or without pain, likewise this Lini
ment is adapted most peculiarly to diseases of Horses, such'
as strains, inflamation of the withers, fistula, shrinking of
the shoulderjoints, wind galls, sores scratches, poll evil,
kc Price per bottle, 25 cents.
All persons desiring fo make a trial of the efficacy of these
Medicines can consult Dr. Goodlet by letter, or personally at
his Laboratory. Residence, No. 9, Spruce St between
Spring and Broad. (marlO wly.
SUGAR. 200 Hhds Louisiana Sugar various grades
For sale by april 28 W If GORDON CO & -
STANDFIELD HALL. By J. P. Smith, Esq.
AMY LAWRENCE. "
MINNIE GREY. " "
GUS. HOWARD. " " "
"There i3 still hope for English Literature so long as such
works as "Minnie Grey" and "Gus Howard" shall continue
to be written. The former we have wholly read ; the lat
ter which is a sequel to the first we are now enjjagecl in
reading; and we must confess that we have rarclyljeen so
deeply .entertained as m tneir perusal. "Minnie urey, ta
ken as a literary performance, is well worthy of a place be
side the noble productions of Scott and Duma3 ; and, while
it yields not in splendor of conception and fineness of exe
cution, to the ablest works of the former, it fully equals, if it
never eclipses, the Mibtle interest which mirks the creations
of the latter. The story Of Minnie Grey is one of uncommon
power ; and the rapidity with winch it is caught up by the
public from the counters of the booksellers is one of the
strongest evidences in the world of its originality, interest
and strength." London Literary Gazette.
The trade supplied by F HAGAN.
One hundred boxes Morris' superior Writing Inkjust re
ceived 'by may2 F. II AG AN.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY, FOR MAY, .with back ium-
bers, for .sale by may2 F. HAGAN, Market st.
THE LAND OF THE 03AR AND DOGE, Historical
- nnd Artistic; Incidental, and Literary, by WmFurness.
THE EXPERIENCE OF LIFE, by E. M. Sewctl.
MACAUi.AY'S SPEECHES, in two volumes.
SPAIN Her Institutions, Politics and Public Men, a Speech
byS. T. Wallis, author of Glimpses of Spain. For sale by
ANNUAL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY, A Year
Book of Facts in Science and Art, for 1853.
THE CAPTIVE IN PATAGONIA; or, Life among the
Giants: a personal narrative, by Benjamin Franklin Bourne.
CHEMICAL FIELD LECTURES from Agriculturists,
from the German, by James E. Teschcmacher.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY for April. With all the back
numbers, for sale by april 12 F. HAGAN.
SPECIAL SALE OF
; BY ANDRE W J. D UN OA N.
I WILL sell TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, May 3d
and 4th, a very large and well assorted stock of Staple
and Fancy Goods, adapted to the Summer season, of new
design and late importations, consisting of:
Black and fancy Cloths;
Satin and SiIk estines;
lilac uro de Ithme billcs;
Fancy dress do
Black French Drap dllte;
do English do;
Satin striped Meisailes
While and Buff do;
French Drilling, Bleached;
Irish do Brown;
China and Persian do
Satin strip'd do;
Black Plaid Berage;
Pink, Yellow and Blay Lin- Black Prints;
ens; Jaconeis, Cambrics;
Linen Sheeting and Pillow- Swiss Mull and Waiusook Mus
case Linen; lins;
Camlets, tc; Bleached Muslins and Drillings,
lil K and cot u uamoriCKs; lirowu .Muslins Uiillings.
WITH Parasols, Umbrellas. Shades, silk and .Muslin.
ALSO. Leghorn, Petal Braid and Palm Leaf Hats; New
style Bonnets for Ladies aud Misses; Bonnet Ribons; Bon
net Flowers, Bunches, and Wreathes, which will be sold
without reserve, lerms liberal, bales to commence at 10
o'clock april 27 ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
TTOJISE FOR SALE. A splendid Geld
JLX ni b years old. A barmm can bo na
by calling on GLOVER & BOY
No. 50, Cherry St.
CUON CHON 10
tiny by upUO
cases C aon Chon, received this
-15 boxes Lemons,
received this day bv
R. & J. NIXON
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE.
THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA a Dictionary of Ru
ral Affairs, embracing the most recent discoveries in
Agricultural Chemistry. By C W Johnson, F R S.
THE FRUIT GARDEN a treatise on Iayingout and array
ing Orchards and Gardens. By P Barry.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULT URI5T with directions
for rhe propagation and Culture of Fruit Trees. By J.
GARDENING FOR LADIES and Companiou to the Flow
er Garden. By Mrs Loudon.
THE ROSE its History, Poetry, Culture, aud Classifica
tion. By S B Parsons. " '
THE AMERICAN ROSE CULTURIST-also full direc
tions for the Treatmentof the Dahlia. Forsale by
april 22 CHARLES W SMITH.
GOODS TO SUIT THE MILLION!!
Unheard of Bargains at' the "Empire Clothing Store.
No. 5, on the South side of the Fullic Square, first door
East of J!'. W. Berry & DemotiWs Drugstore.
TTTILL offer to the citizens and surrounding country such
VY great inducements to purchase at wholesale. Hav
ing established facilities for the importation weekly from our
manufacturing establishment of the largest supplies of keadt
mauk clothing erer brought fo this city. Our stock of goods
are manufactured ot superior Clotlis, Uassimeies, liinens,
Vestings, and a largo assortment of Shirts, Suspenders and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. We do not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articles or prices. We arts determined to
take a leading part in the trade of this city and country as
our experience is such, having a perfect knowledge of the
business, we will not be undersold at Philadelphia or New
York prices. We would say to the merchants in the trade,
that our stock is entirely new and expressly made up for this
market. Please give us a call betorc goiug elsewhere nnd
satisfy yourselves of our motto, "small profits, quick sales,
no trouble to snow goods, and win not oe unuersoiu.
aprilll SEWELL, ROTHSCHILD & CO.
1?OiTSALE A HOUSE and LOT on lower Ags
. Market street, fronting 66 feet and running back Jwi
ItiOfect. Time is a well or good water on tne premises,
nnd other necessary conveniences. If not sold at private
sale before the 3d Monday in May, it will be sold at Public
Sale, on that day. For further particulars enquire of
april 22 S. GLENN.
Capital $29OI,5 5l
ISAAC ABBOTT, SEC'r J. U. COLLINS, TIIEST.
HENRY H. HY'DE, Traveling Acest.
LIFE INSURANCE is simply setting aside and investing
a sum yearly, with a certainty of a safe return with ac-
cumulations; wuercaa oinei luvcsuiieiiis, ivmi u piuuuiuie
and suiereturo,aienotso easily found, and often end in an
It is an association formed by individuals, who unite to
gether. under a contract, to suppoit each other's families iu
case of death. In order to accomplish thi it becomes ne
cessary to establish n fund, which is done by a yearly con
tribution, duly apportioned among them according to their
expectationsof hie, and the amount to be received by the
family at each one's decease.
suppose a person at ti vtare 01 wiiuso pruiiuuiu uu
fti noVwnuldWoooOavear. should nut this sum out at
interest at the end of one year, if he should decease, his
family barely gets $20 00 with interest added, making 21.20
only. Whereas, irom a me poncy mey wouio get $i,uuu
with his propoi tions ot the accumulation.
Further information can be obtained by calling on
P. P. PECK, Agent
Da. B. W. Hall,
Dr. R. M. Porter.
LIUXnER n. STEVENSON. ROBERT L. WHITE
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
flb. 59, College St. flashviUe, Tenn.
1T7E have now in fatore, and will continue to receive un
V V til our assortment is complete, the largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained m is ew ion: until tne ust oi jiarcu, wnich give
us tho advantage of new designs iu many goods which are
not to be found in any other house m the city. We respect-
tully request our tnenus and tne public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as wo will sell
low tor casn or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20 ly na STEVENSON fc WHITE.
Suelbyville Expositor copy.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prest. HENRY L. MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surnlus 300.000.
TNSURANCE on lives of white persons on the joint stock
JL ana muiuat pian.
Persons wishing to insure cannot find a more responsible
liEFEE to w. a. anepard & Co., Kirkman & Ellis. Phil.
KSFTamphlets showing the advantages offered hvthia
Company will be furnished upon application to the under
signed, whobas been appointed agent for the Company
S. H. LOOMIS, Agent.
Northeast corner of the Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. R. C. K. Martin, Kj-i r
Dr! J. P. Ford, Medical Examiners.
"Insurance oa the lives of NEGROES on the most rea
sonable terms. april 12 2m.
C O M F JBl N Y -
JOHN YORK & CO.
BOOKS FOR THE PEOPLE AND THUS CHILDREN.
HARPER'S QUARTO BIBLE Hlustrated with more
than eighteen hundred engravings splendidly bound iu
Turkey morocco gilt edges.
BUTLER'S QUARTO BIBLE suitable to be used in
churches and families. This Bible is in larger sized type
than any other printed in the United States. It contains the
Apocraphy and a Family Kecord. Hlustrated with 10 En
gravings and two new illuminations. Turkey morocco.
Gilt edges. -..
BARNES' NOTES on The Gospels, James, Peter, John
and Jnde Act3 of the Apostles, Epistle to the.Ephe3ians,
Thessalonians, Timothy, Titu3, Phih'mon, first Corinthians,
2d Corinthians, Galatians, Epistle to the Romans, Book ot
Revelations. Complete in 10 vols.
MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF DR.
CHALMERS, complete in 4'vols.
DR. CHALMER'S SERMONS complete in 2 vols.,
HUNTER'S SACRED BIOGRAPHY.
For sale by aprill l JOHN YORK & CO.
JOHN YORIC& CO. are.Agents for,thevfollowing
Reviews and Magazines: ' '. i
Harper's New Monthly Magazine . . . , . . . . . ,. i 00
DeBo ws N. 0. Commercial Review . . 1 ....... . 00
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine. ,....,..'5 00
The South Western Monthly -. 3 00
'iodey's Lady's Book 3
march 1 9 '
Indeed 'tis true that the World's Fair of eighteen .fifty-three
Y ill be held vn our happy land ol liberty;
But true, 'tis true, too, that cheap goods are for sale, -
At tne rmiaaeipnia store, notn yvnoiesaie and neiau.
Ladies, if therefore a handsome Dress you wish to got, '
Silk, Berege, Tissue, Lawn or Jaconet;
One that's suitable'for Spring or Summer wear,
Yon buy it cheap at No. 18, on the Square. - .
Or if your intention i3 a Rich Shawl to buy,
Then please at the Philadelphia Store apply;
At tne .J'lniadeipina btoreolbohn, Hillman & Uo.
If Collars,. Chemisettes, Needlc-.work Sleeves,
Cuffs or Fine Embroidered Handk'crshiets.
You desire to purchase extraordinary cheap,
'Tis the Philadelphia Store such articles always keep.
Or if you wish a Parasol as handsome as ever
Then please examine those at Number Eighteen;
There s the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bra
And every other kind that ever was made.
Ifn Bonnet of thalatest style you want,
Kutland Uim, tjrossamer or Kich Ulond;
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At me rniiaaeipma oiore, ior meir siock s entirely nevr.
Of course there are many things which we cannot here mcu-
-To which we would solicit your kind attention;
In fact almost anything in the Dry Goods line.
You'll find there from qualities inferior to the mo3t super-
And daily too we shall receivemanr extras,
Per our friends Adams & Co's. great Express;
AVho, unless there occur accidental delays;
Unngs us tne goods lrom the bast m ten days.
Our motto is positively "one price and no doviation."
So Ladies, please call without further invitation,
At the Philadelphia Store, No. 18, Public Square,
Where business is always done lair. L. II.
dusu vine, April si, loaa.
"THOU HAST A CHAEMED CUP 0 ! TAME !"
"Like to the Pontic sea.
Whose icy current and compulsive course
Ne'er feels retiring ebb, but keeps due on
To the Propontick and the Hellespont."
So the undying fame, bright as the "blaze of sunset halos
o'er the laurel orow'd," deservedly accorded to those Truly
fortunate and well Known Exchange and .Lottery Brokers,
PYFJEIt & CO., Batimorc, Md..
Will "keep due on," until their popularity extends from the
"icy Capes ofLabradore," to the scarchiug sands of Nubia's
Desert, and until the Hosannas of a Universe extol their
name in one prolonged shout that shall frighten the reign of
chaos, and startle scared echo from hercaverued sleep. "In
lazy apathy let stoics boast."
Ihegratetul praise duly received from even' section of
the country, from those who have been snatched from the
brink of despair by the untiring efforts of these far-famed and
popular Lottery Agents, is the only reward they covet lor
devoting their energies to the public's sen-ice; to them 'praises
are wages." The immense amount of good that PYFER &
s tU. tne iruiy L,ucKy andUar-lamed Lottery Agents, No.
1 Light Street, Ballimore, Md. Have accomplished bv nre-
senting to the public monthly a schedule of unsurpassed
schemes of Legal and Responsible Lotteries.-
m presenting to our numerous correspondents throughout
the country our very brilliant and elegant schemes for the
month of Mar, we enjoin those, whose expectations were not
fully realized in April, in the language of the Poet, to
"Attempt the end, and never stand to doubt :
Nothing's so hard, but search will find it out."
READ THE RESULT OF PERSEVERANCE!
In package of Whole Tickets, the Brilliant Prize of 50.-
210, in Grand Consol. Lottery of Maryland, Class No. 1. was
sent per mail to an old correspondent in Virginia.
$20,000, in package ot Halves sent to south Carolina.
15,000 in package of Whole Tickets, sent to Pennsylvania
$11,000, in package of Wholes Tickets, sent to Georgia.
$3,000; in package of Halves, sent to South Carolina.
520,000, in package of Quarters, sent to Tenneasee.
$12,000, in package of Half Tickets, sent to Ohio.
$&,005 in package of quarters, sent to North Carolina.
$o,000, in package of Wholes sent to North Carolina.
J5jrBe sure to address for n handsome Prize,
P Y F E R & C O.
flb. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for May, 1853.
S3?The Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given below.
Date. Capital No.of Price of Price of
May. Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages.
2 $25,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn $ 8 $30 00
S 20,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
4 S1.000 78 Nos. 14 drawn 10 85 00
5 25,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
C 24,000 75 Nos. 13 drawn 5 13 00
7 40,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 12 45 00
9 25,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 8 30 00
10 18,656 78 Nos. 12 drawn 6 19 00
11 80,000 75 Nos. 13 drawn 10 33 00
12 25,000 78 No3. 13 drawn 5 IS 00
13 13,500 78 Nos. 18 drawn 4 15 00
14 50,000 75 Nos. 11 drawn 15 53 00
10 5 of 12,000 78 Nos. IS drawn 30 00.
17 21,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 13 00
18 , 30,909 78 Nos. 12 drawn 10 40 00
-19 - "20,000" 75 Nos. 15 drawn 5 15 00
20 24,000 78 Nos. "13 drawn 5 IS 00
21 46,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 16 50 00
23 26,000 78 Nos. 15 drawn 8 25 00
24 20,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
25 38,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 10 40 00
26 20,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
27 15,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 4 13 00
28 80,000 78 Nos. 18 drawn 32 120 tO
30 23,500 75 Nos. 13 drawn 6 30 00
31 18,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 18 0J
25f"Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails alter tne lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There Is a largeper centage in favor of those purchasers
who order bv thePackanre. and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in thcSchome, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages ot lickets in every in
BankDraus or Certificates of Deposit payable m Gold
i , .T, , n .. i . ,t Vi j t.
at sight, will be promptly remitted Jo tiiose Correspondents
whollraw omes at PYFER & CO'S.
pef Remember A Package of Tickets, can drawFOtm
of the most splendid prizes iu a scheme.
jgg?"Iu order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readersof this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab-
. i vr l ll 1 -- f i - r l J r -ii
I isiieu, iar laiuuu uuu u uiy iui muiiit: juumnj.t: aim .uuiiery
U.-okers, IrirXilt & UU.,
april 29 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
MOULTRIE HOUSE, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
TO RENT FROM FIRST APRIL NEXT. This
beautifully located House, containing 84 large
airy sleeping rooms, with the requisite drawing rooms, par
lors, ixc., Dowung aneys, ana uiiuaru room new ana in per
fect order, with ample and good accommodations for ser
vants: three cisterns capable of containing about seventv-
five thousand gallons ofwater, with a large salt water bath
house supplied by a force pump. Tho house is surrounded
with a piazza of two stories, amply protecting evcry room
from the sun, and forming a delightful promenade. Its lo
cation is immediately in frontof the entrance to the harbor.
thus commanding a fine view of the open sea, and of every
vessel and steamer passing in and out; the surf which rolls
up continually to within a few hundred feet of the front
forms one of those peculiarly beautiful attractions of a sea
watering place, and the sea beach affords a hne drive of sev
Tho House is supplied with nearly all the standing furni
Application can be made to WM. M. MARTIN, Charles
ton, South Carolina, who wiUgiye all information desired,
The Chronicle & Sentinel, Augusta, Ga., Union. Nash
yille, and Southern Patriot, Greenville, S. C., will copy tri
weekly tor onemontn, and send account to Courier Olhce,
vnariesion, a. at we cxpuauuu ot mai perioa,
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
a lot of
fered in this city
Gentlemen's Patent Leather Dress Boots;
" " " Congress Gaiters;
" " Button'd do do;
'- i fiffl'p " " Dress Shoes;
" Monterey and Oxford Ties;
Super UucksKin do do do do;
Cloth and Lasting Congress Gaiters;
MRS. E. L0CKHART most respectfully
announces to the Ladies of Nashville and
country, that she has just received direct
from New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, aU Paris Styles, and well selected. J
anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet, please call at No.
14, Cherry street and judge for themselves.
Bonnets, Ribbons, 1 lowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
terns. Orders from the country promptly attended to.
Thanfeful to the Ladies for their former very liberal pat
ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors.
MRS. E. LOCKHART,
april7 tf No. 14. Cherry street.
WANT for manufacturing, 100,000 pounds of wool, for
which the highest price will 1jc paid in cash, deliver
edat their Mill at Lebanon, or to MORGAN & CO.,
No 47, Public Square, Nashville,
aprflia Imo.d & w.
Seilins' off to Glosc
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W" MEREDITH, having determined to change his
present busmess offers his entire stock of GOODS
at very-reduced n rices, for cash.
Consisting in part as follows: DRY GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, ic Persons
wanting goods cannot fail to find it to their advantage to
call, as the entire stock will be sold at Wholesale or.ltetail,
to close, without reserve. apriI25- W. M.
THE undersigned is induced to offer for sale, his country
Residence and Farm, situated 3 miles from. Nash
ville, on theMurfreesboro' Turnpike, and within a few min
utes waik of the N. & C. Railroad, it embraces betwocn 75
and 90 acres, in about equal proportions, of beautiful wood
land and cultivatedland, in the highest state of improvement.
A portion being well setin Timothy, Clover and Blue. Grass,
to which the soil proves admirably adapted, the whole sub
stantially fenced with cedar, nnd supplied in every direction
with never-failing spriugs of the purest water.
The grounds about the buildings have been embellished
with gravelled walks, falling garden, rich grass-plots, choice
flowers, shrubbery and evergreens, whilelbr the extent and
variety of fruit trees, obtained without regard to cost, or
laborfiom tho most approved nurseries, it is not exceeded
by any in the country.
" The buildings are extensive and convenient barns, cribs,
stablee, carriage houses, sen-ant's houses, gardiner's house,
tce-nouso ot large dimensions, spring House built ot stone,
over a spring of rare excellence, and furnishing a great
abundance of water, a portion of which, bv means of an
Hydraulic Bam, is conveyed directly to the dwelling, and
there, after sunolvine-the wants of the fatnilr. affonlin? a
surplus still, which is susceptible, at little cost, of being di
rected to many purposes ot ornament and utility. JUcsides
these, the family dwelling, built in cottage style, having sev
en rooms, well arranged and occupying an eminence, unsur
passed ior pure air auu a cnarming landscape
For health,, fertility, convenience to churches and schools,
ar.J 'ioou society in tne country, it is not surpassed, and tnose
in .vunt 01 sucn a situation are invited toexatmueit.
- If sold early, I will sell also, my farming implements,
household furniture, and choice stock of various kinds, in
cluding two fillies, now 3 years old, of great promise, by the
celebrated Wagner, out of my equally distinguished Stock
holder llrood Mares. JOS. J. B. SOUTHALL.
A. DUEUV. W. B. UELRY. R. E. DEEItT
ALIS0NIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
OJite flb. l'J), Public Square, flashcills, Tennessee.
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! !
AM just receiving a fine assortment of Fur-.
niture ot tne latest and most approved
styles, which will be warranted as recommend
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment oi Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or an vwhere in the city. Reriiem
bcr45, Union street, Cheap FWniture Depot.
np-27 I.H. MORTON.
NEW AND FRESH ARRIVALS BY
CURREY & MARTIN.
CJTEM ISIS AND DBUGG IS TS,
No, 35, n.vioN stufet, kasuvillc, tenn.
QODA WATER. As warm weather is approaching
O we have fitted up a new our Soda Founts, nnd aro pro
pared to dispense as pure and as cool Soda Water as any
other house in the city. Ours shall be the neplvs ultra fount.
The syrups are all made of the finest quality nnd most deli
cate flavor. We shall be happy to receive the patronage of
our citizens and of strangers visiting the city.
XSfOur Soda Founts will not le open'on the Sabbath.
CURREY k MARTIN
npril 22 NO. 35 Union street
J3W ARRIVATiSBncsiiES, Counter, Paint, PjfnT
ers' Dustirs, Gilders' Tips, Badger Grainers; Hearth,
Extra Floor, Lamp Brushes, Clamp Scrubs; Popes' Heads
for Windows; Bottle and vial, together with all other varie
ties, just received and for sale low by
jip22 CURREY & MARTIN, No. 35 Union st
ri AXE'S CELEBRATED BARBER SO APfe.
VJT 10 doz bars just received by
CURREY k MARTIN.
T?OR BATHING. Bath Belts, Bath Gloves, Bath
JL Jirusnes and nam sponges; just received by
CURREY & MARTIN.
SELECT POWDERS; Of Haskell, Merriot &
Bull. We have just received an additional supply of
these pure and unadulterated medicines, which are especial
ly recommended to the attention of physicians. Wc are al
so supplied with
Powers k Weightman's Chemicals;
Tilden k Co's Extracts;
llcnning's English Extracts;
' Mandcr, Weaver k Mander's Chemicals;
Thomas' Extracts, kc
All of which are. warranted pure and genuine. The Pre
scription department of our establishment is supplied ex-,
clusivcly with these pure and unadulterated medicines.
2 flb adulterated Drugs, Me-ticints, or Cliemicals can
find a place in our store. CURREY k MARTIN.
VfEDICAL NOTICE. The Twenty-fourth Annual
JxL Session of the Medical Society of Tennessee, will be
held in the Medical College in Nashville on the first Wed
nesday, being the 4th day of May next, at 10 o'clock A.M.
R. S. WENDELL, M. D.,
aprill 8 lm liuth. Tel. Recording Sec'y.
DR. T. Xi. MADDIN offers his professional sen-ices
In thejiracticc of MEDICINE and SURGERY to the
citizens of Nashville and its vicinity.
22T"01Iice Cinsitiir Street No.'29 between Union and
Church streets. april 12 tnvly
OY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 to 16 ever offered for sale iu the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit.
F. A. HOYT k BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April 6, 1853 ly
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA:
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMEI.E
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 and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
costly articles : such a3 GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies and .rones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend ur
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
jan20 CLIFTON &. ABBOTT.
T7OR SALE. A very desirable house and lot ff
.A. r &; aticct, Uiiu uejkti uuui UJ ilXTTI. jas. IV.
Polk. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vine street run-
ning bacK 140 teet. The house contains 12 or 14
rooms, with necessary out houses.
GLOVER k BOYD,
march26 No. 50, Cherry street
Walnut Jockey Club Association Eaces.
THE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
Monday thel6th day of May next.
First Dat. Association Purse 250 Two mile
Second Dat Association Purse 8150 One mile
Third Dat Association Parse $400 Three mile
Fourth Dat Association Purse 200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat $75
entrance, $25 forfeit Three or more to make a race, ta
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
give $100 provided the stake is filled. To be run on tho
tirst day of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for all ages Two mile heats $100 en
trance, $50 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at 8 o'clock, preceding the regular
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to bemade to the Secretary underseaL -
march5 td b E. R. GLASCOCK, Sec'y
,NE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. mollis
FLOUR. I have just received a hundred
superfine flour, cho ice brand
rpp!22 SAMUEL SEAY.
THE LNFALLTBLE COUGH P.ZXEDY.
DR. C. WILLIAMS
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Weed
For the care of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, TToopingcwtgh,
Crovp, Bronchitis, Spiting of Blood, Asthma ar.J CVn
sumvtkm. McLutOREsyiLLE, Tenn-., Jlarcb 27, 1S58-.
.Dr. O. Wiujajis bir: We arc out ot your Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. Send us some, or
it on ibe reception of this letter. The people hare have just
ound out that ltis a Urst-rate medicine, ixcspecuiui.)',
A R MITCHAM.
Okalona, Miss., May 19, 1852.
Dr Ciias Williams Dear Sir: We have actively en
gaged ourselves in the sale of your Balsam of-Wild Cherry
aud Wood Naptha since you was here, and your medicine,
on trial, is giving much satisfaction. We have bvA one
bottle on hand, and wish you to send .us a..few dozen bottles
as sooa as possible. Respectfully,
FONTAINE, HERRFFORD & GO.i
Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Feb. 4, 1852.--Dr
C WilliaIis Dcir Sir: Your Balsam "of Wild
Cherry is going off like hot cakes. We have only one-bottle
on hand please, send us three or four dozen as soon as
conrveuient. Yours, Respectfully,
GILLESPIE k KYLCE.
Florence, Ala., Dec 19, 1849-,'.
Dear Sir: I take the present opportunity of bearing
testimony to the medical qualities of your Pulmonic Medi
cine. The Rev B B Barker had a cough for about three
or fo'umveeks. It not only was distressing to himself, but
such was the severity of the paroxysms that all around sym
pathized with him. I advised him to try your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cherrv and Wood Naptlm. He did so, aud
took one bottle, and ft stopped the cough almost immedi
ately, and has not since returned, nor has he had any symp
toms ot it since.
I have used many cough medicines, and have tned and -seen
used, all the balsams and nostrums of the present day,
and I venly believe that yours is superior to tnem an.
I remain yours,
1 J lYUil'AlIUlV, l nncipai m
the Florence Male Academy.
For sale Wholesale and Retail.and on Agency by J. M
7.TMKRMAX. Wholesale Druggist, who is the General.
1 . . - i . i . ; . i : ... ,i.rt nl 1 1-1
gen or r an
I l.aaJIWIU - 4UH oiUWUUHi"g wwui;. -' d
9 EWIN BROTHERS.
W.W. BERRY, 5
GEORGE W. HENDERSHOTT,
11. G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING & CO.,
CURRY k MATtTIN, Nashville.
BINGFORD & McDERMOTT,
s - - .- Murfreesboro.
. G. CLOUSTON, I franklin T.
F. S. WOLR1DGE, ) era,lkl,n
HAWKINS k TO WLtK, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State ot Teu
nessec.and all the Southern and Western States.
may 1 lm dtw w 1
DR. SOGERS.' LIVERWORT AND TAX,
For the complete cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and all other
Lung Complaints tending to Consumption.
LOOK AT ITS UjS'PABALELLED SUCCESS.
THE above distinguished Cough Medicine is carrying all
before it in Lung Complaints. Iu all sections of the
country it is constantly performing Cures which astonish
even Physicians themselves. Look at the high character
Judge Morse: Hon. Judge Wm. Burke, for more than 20
years Post Master of Cincinnati; R. S. Newton, M. D., Pro
fessor in the Medical College at Memphis, Twin.; John A.
Collins, Esq., Proprietor of the Temp. Organ and General
Agent of the Graud Division of the Sous ot Temperance of
Ohio; Wm. H. Lcvisou, Esq., Editor of the U. S. .Military,
and Naval Argus, at N. Y.: Thos. C. Faulder, Esq., of Alba
ny; Rev, H. Wiseman, Rev. R. Hoy t, N. Y. City; and we
could name hundreds, aye thousands of others who testify
froni personal experience, that it has cured them and their
friends in some cases after all other remedies had failed.
Such men never make such statements, unless con vineed of
their truth beyond the possibilty of a doubt Reada fewof
Extract from a letter from F. M. Cory, to If. L Stetcart,
Esq., No. 137 Second Street, Nexo York.
Sparta, June 30, 1S40.
f Dear Friend Stewart: I have been home now just two
' months. When I last saw you I had but little hopes of ever
getting any better. But I have now the pleasure of thank
ing you for recommending me to take Dr. Rogers' Syrup of
Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua- 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 has done me more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken. On my first taking
it, it increased the expectoration, and I taised a great deal
of bloody matter from my lungs. Butthat has now ceased,
and so lias my cough, nearly. I cough but little now, and
expect soon to be entirely free from it. I consider it aii in
valuable medicine, and shall recommend it to all who arcaf
flicted with a cough or diseased lungs.
I let aj oung lady, who had the Consumption, and
bled a good deal from the lungs, and doctored several months
with our Physician, but grew worse, have a bottle of it, and
u cured ncr. n acieu annosi uuracuwusiy in ucr case.
Your sincere fnend, F. M. CORY.
Bleeding at the Lungs Cuied !
SEE HOW PROMPTLY IT ACTS! Jl
Statement of Mr. A. Lang, Baker, No. 338 Pearl street, N.
Y. A few days before last Christmas 1 was taken unwell,
and soon commenced bleeding freely at the Lungs. 1 called
in a Homeopathic physician, but his medicine did not seem,
tohelp'me. I read your advertisement, and thought I 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 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 advertisement can fully explain the
nature and merits of this article, the Proprietors have pub
lished a new Circular, giving the history of this medicine;
the description, nature, kc, of its principal ingredients; the
effect they are designed to have upon the Lungs and Liver,
and a copious refereuce to the persons who have been cured
by it 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. 55?" Price $1 per Bottle, or six bottles for $5.
SCOVILL k MEAD,
No. 113 Charles street, New Orleans; '
General Wholesale agents for the southern States to whom '
all orders must be addressed. v r
Sold in Nashville by EWIN, BROWN k CO.,
W. W k J. B. BERRY,
II. G. SCOVEL,
J. M. ZDIERMAN,
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG "
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
E YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command-
tliat should be cheerfully obeyed by the children o l
men. Dr. Larzett s J UiSO COHD1AL, or Procreative Ehxn ,
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of naf my
itis all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's great restorative ,
and remedy for those in the married state without ofispiip -.
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General Debility;
Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous affecti tns,
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consu.np
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lassi
tude, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, 11 Mf warranted
please the user in any of the above complaints, and w
priceless value to those without offspring. -
Caution Extra. Find the name of Comstock k i othV
ers on the wrapper and never buy it unless you find the
names as it has been extensively counterfited of lale.;
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison.
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG
WhoIcsa.e and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and Market
Streets, .liishville. Qulyl 2 dtrw k w 1 2i n.
NEW ARRIVAL, AT W. W. FINN'S
WALL PAPER STORE,
No 41, Market St. Between Union and theSouare.
Plain- Satins, for Parlors;
rich and handsome; Decorative
Hali. Papers, the latest style?, for
-.t 1 1 T f.
iiiiainDers ana uining nooms.
6,000 pieces of those very cheap unglazed, and a large
variety of Borders, Fire Screens, Testers, Window Papers,
&c, kc. -
ISFPaper Hanging done in the best manner. apgOj t
T IKELY NEGROES FOR SALE. A. No! i 1
I j Cook. Washer and Ironer, about 33 years old;
ANol" " " " " 25 " ..
3 " " Girl, from 13 to IS years old;
3 ""Boys, " 11 "16 " "
Apply to may2 GLOVER k BOYD
) jan8 W. H? GORDON & CO.. 1
PICKLES. 50 dor. assorted Pickles, received tX
by apr30 R.&J.NI
and standing ot the names wmcti vouch lor its unrivalled
healing power. H. Cox, M. D., late Professor in the Medi
cal College at Cincinnati: W. J. Richards, M. D Hon.