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TELEGRAPHED EOR THE DAILY UNION.
Ciauksville May 4.- As the steamboat "City
of Huatsville," was passing up below this place, a
young man on board jumped from the deck into the
river, and on rising to the surface, he deliberately
took-off I113 coat, drew a knife from his pockety
opened it. and cut his throat His wound is consid
ered dangerous, though not immediately mortal.
He has heretofore been esteemed as a yoimg man
of fine sense. Sudden insanity is alleged as the
cause of his conduct in this instance.
Baltimore, Fay 4. Mexican News! Santa
Anna's raceptionat the city of Mexico, on the 18th,
was enthusiastic. He was received with 'illumina
tions, the firing of cannon, and rejoicing. Triumphal
arches were erected in all the towns on the road
from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico.
Gov. Trias, in reply to Gov. Lane, says that the
Northern boundary of Chihuahua was formerly
much farther North than at present, that the treaty
of Gaudaloupe Hidalgo, had removed it further south
than ever, that if the territory was disputed, it had
always remained in the peaceful possession of Mex
ico, and he concludes by asking Lane if lie Jiad the
power to declare war.
The Mexican papers state that Judge. Conkljng
had .given the President the assurance that the
United" States Government would not sanction
Gen. Lombanli has discounted the remaining
payments from the Tehuantepec at the rale of 25
Gen. "Wool has taken command of Tampico by
order of Santa Anna.
NewYouk; May 4 The steamer Empire City
lias arrived with dates from Havana to the 59th
ult She reports that the barque Lady Sulfolk
landed GO0 slaves the day before near Matanzas.
Philadklpiiia, May 4. Wliig Mayor elected by
Baltimore, May 4. Great excitement, existing
on account of the printers' strike.
New York, May 4 Letters from Havana per
Empire City, states that the "Diuno" is very vio
lent ainst Soule's appointment, add intimates that
lie will not be received by the Court at Madrid.
"Washington, May 4. In the Gardner case the
whole day was consumed by argument relating to
theadmissability of a series of letters purporting to
have been written by J. C. Gardner.
New York, Hay 4, p. m Gollbn urfcliangal, 500 bales
s U to-day, sugar 4i; Molasses full rales; Hour 4 50a3 00;
-less l li'uc 13 37. " ' -
,r , , 1A bbls sold at 3 75a3 80;
Cixcix.vati, May 4 r Join .
sugar 44 (or fair, 5J for cboice.
ZSg'Wc are authorized fo announce Enoch Co.vNixcnAM,
as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election.
25P We are authorized lo announce "William LcTONy.as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
ety We are authorized to announce E. B. Biglev as a
candidate for sheriff, at the ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce Major Richard F
Cookh, as a candidate for the Senate in the district composed
of the counties of Macon, Jackson and While. .
L5jrWc'are authorized to announce Josiah Ferris as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at Uie ensuing election.
r WearoauUiorized to announce B. Clsmbxs as a can
didate to represent Davidson County in.the Lower branch of
the next Legislature.
2rtPWc are authorize! to announce Col'. James M.SnEn
as a candidate to repiesent the counties of Warren, Cannon,
Coffee, Gruudy and Van Buren, in the Senatorial branch of
NEW BOOKS OF TRAVEL IN THE EAST.
W. T KERRY & CO. have this day received :
YUSF;OB, THE JOURNEY" OF THE FRANGI. A
Crusade in the East. By J. Boss Brow.w Author of "Etch
ings of a Whaling Cruise" and "Crusoe Life," in Harper's
Magazine. With Illustrations.
"So racy and brilliant a book of Eastern travel has not ap
peared for a long time: Mr. Brown made his debut as an
author some years ago, when he had scarcely passed his
inajoritr, in his "Etchings of a Whaling Cruise," which wo
ivcollecl Of noticing in terms of high commendation. His
recent "Crusoe Lite," in Jlarper's Magazine, gave promise
of powers of observation and description which is amply
confirmed in "Yusef." His style is marked by uncommon,
liveliness, often rising to rare vigor and eloquence." Lew
York Courier d- Enquirer.
IV. T. B. & Co. have also just received
I. A Dictionary of Commissioned Officers of tho "United
1L Hand book of Geography; or, New Uuircrsal Gazetteer;
by T. C. Callicott, A. M.
III. Layard's new work Babylon and . Nineveh pro
fusely illu irafed.
IV. lid icultuml and other Tapers ; by A. J. Downing.
Y. An'flbel : a Family History; by Elizabeth Wonnsley
int. .WARD'S HEW WORK.
" Jr. T. BERRY & CO. hate just received: ' "
ENGLISH ITEMS :
On, Micitosconc View op j '
. 1 ENGLAND AND ENGLISHMEN."
Br Matt. T. Ward,
-Author of "Letters from Three Continents."
I Our Individual Relations with England.
. II Sixpenny Miracles in Englaud.
1 1 The Custom House.
IV Rural Scenery.
V English Writers on America.
YI English Maimers. ' '
VII English Devotion to Dinner.
YlII-EngPsh Geutility. '?
IX Origin of the Church of Eugland.
X Persecution under the Establislwd Church.
XI Present Shite of the Established Church of England.
"W. T. B. & Co. hard also just received:
1 RURAL ESSAYS. By A. J. Downing.
2 THE WIDE, WIDE WORLD. By Elizabeth Weth
firclL 5 QUEECHY. By the author of the Wide, Wide "World.
NEW VOLUME OF
APPLETON'S POPULAR LIBRARY.
"Y. T. BERRY & CO. have just received :
MR. BROWN'S LETTERS TO A YOUNG MAX
ABOUT TOWN. By W. M. Thackeray. 1 neat vol.
Contents Introductory On Tailoring and Toilettes in
General Tho Influence of Lovely Women upon Society
On Friendship Mr. Brown the Elder takes Mr. Brown the
Younger to a Club a Word about Balls A Word about
Dinners On Some Old Customs of tlia Dinner Table Great
irad Little Dinners On Love Marriage Men and Women
Out of Town, ta, ka.
"W. T. B. & Co. have also just received:
1 DAISY BURNS: a Tale by Julia Kavaxaugii, author
iof Nathalie, Madeleine, tc-
This lively and thrilling Tale is by the author of Nathalie.
Itshcrone isa beautiful contribution of sensibility, grace and
loveliness, with that power and energy which is a rare ele
ment in such brilliant characters. The work is full of inter
est, and written with great vigor and eloquence.
3 THE HEIR OF REDCLTFFE. By the author of The
Two Guardians, Henrietta's Wish, kc, tc. Svols. lSmo.
This is an excellent work. It is written with uncommon
power and merit, and portrays tlie developement of high
principles in strougand noble minds, which are maintained
through the varied scences and strife of life. The interest of
he narration increases with every page to the last.
3 LIGHT AND SHADE; Or, The Young Aktist. By
Harriot Drury. 1vol. 12mo.
4 THE DEANS DAUGHTER'S. By Mrs. Gore, 12mo.
5 LADY BIRD. By LadyFullerton. 1 vol. 12mo.
fi LOFTY AXD THE LOWLY. Bv .Maria J. Mcintosh.
7 EXPERIENCE OF LIFlS. A Tale. ByMiss Scwell.
12mo. april 27
LADIES' TRAVELING CASES AND WORK
BOXES per steamer Statesman. Just received anoth-o-
supply of Ladies Traveling Cases and "Work Boxes, plain
and fancy ones. MYERS k McGILL.
1)OY!S HALF HOSE We have just received a lot
j of Cotton half hose for Boys.
may3 MYERS & McGILL.
nARPET' BAt;S.-V have just reccivedan assort-
meniorwurpvkjjugM, vunuus strips ana prices.
MYERS & McGILL, "
Furnishing Store; Xo 50 Collt
Ladies' and GenUemen's i-umismngbtorc; .No so College
A.XIKELY Xegro Woman for sale, 23 years old.
First Bate Cook, Washer and Ironer.
may,4 .. DABBS& PORTER.
TOON & RUTLAND.
JSo. 44, Union Street, NadirilU.
ENGINEERS AND ARTI8TS.
MATHEilATICAL INSTRUMENTS. Variety ofqual
ities and Prices.
DRAWING PAPER. Cap, Demi, Medium and Double
Medium 24 by 36 inches.
MONOCHROMATIC BOARDS. 22 by 30 inches.
COLORED CRAYONS. Hard and soft Colored Pas
tel Crayons, hi boxes. Black Grayons assorted
MEASURING TAPES. Assorted length-i0, 50 and
66 feet. "Warranted correct,
T. & R. keep assorted sizes of Parchment of the best
quality, at low prices.
BRISTOL BOARDS. Assorted sizes.
' THEOREM BRISTLE BRUSHES, &c, &c
ine'ueli and Babylon.
DISCOVERIES among the ruins of Babylon and Nineveh:
with Travels in Armenia, Kurdistan, and the Desert:
being the result of a Second Expedition undertaken for
tho British Museum.- By Austin IL Layard, M. P.,
with Maps, Plans and Illustrations, 1 vol, GS6 pp.
THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS: A Domestic Narrative,
Illustrating Hie peculiar doctrines held by the Disciples
of Geo. Fox, by Mrs. J. R. Greer, author of -"Quakerism:
or, the Story of my Life."
For sale by TOON & R UPLAND,
may 4. Xo. 4-1, Union Street.
SIXTH SPRING SALE.
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Hardware, etc.
BY JOSEPH F. DWXTOX.
ON TUESDAY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Mav
10th, 11th and 12th, 1 will offer my Fourth Spring
Stock. It will bo found to embrace a greater variety than
ever!efore offered at Auction; consisting in part as follows:
Black, Brown and Blue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassitneres,
Black and Fancy Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Etes,
Queens Cloths, Cottonades, Check and Fancy Linings,
Plain and Filmed Dress Sdks, Satin d'Chcne;, Alpacas, WilL
Figured and Plain Bareges, Alborines Grenadines, Solid
Colored Bareges, Printed and Painted Jaconets, Embroider
ed Lawns, Barred Muslins, Jaconets, Swiss Mull Muslins,
French and American Ginghams, Baivge d'Laines, Chintz
d'Luintf, British and American Lawns, Bayadere Dresses,
British nd American Prints, Plain and Figured Safins, Fi
gured Silk Velvets and Embroidered Vestings, Napkins,
Linen Lustre, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and
Biuwn Drillings, C-t 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 Hose, Embroidered Curtains, Silk
Mantillas, Bonnet Silks, Linncn and Cotton Threads. Pins,
Needles, Hooks and Eyes, T.ipe3, Combs, Pocket and Table
Cutlery, Thimbles, Guns, Pistols, Fiddles, Silk, Agnola
"r .1 and Palm Hats, Bonnets Boots, Shoes, etc, etc.
May, .C 21, 232
Jiuic.7 &1I 21,23 2
FUTURE sa- noior.t'or
23 & 30 July, 5 & 7 -la w " "
3 & 30 ' may
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
College street, ITaihviUc, Tennessee,
HAS just received a large and splendid assortment of
CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
tc, 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 cull.
All work sold by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with a practical knowledge off he business, giveshim advan
tages in selecting such articles as are unexceptionable iu
style and -wottmanship and finish.
Also, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil Clf'tft,
"to&r Lamp, Girandoles, Looking Glasses, Matrasses and
Clocks, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and examine. april2G A. P.
AT AUCTION OF NEW SPRING GOODS,
BY A. J. DUN OAS,
May VWt, IStf, and 197. 1853.
I WILL sell at Auction, without reserve, on TUESDAY,
"WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, May 17th, 18th,
and 19th, 1S53, a verv large and well selected stock of STA
PLE and FANCY,Fl)RElGN and DOMESTIC
f tr a -v r& T5 (fa c?
All of theLatest Importations andStyles.
My stock embraces every description of English, French,
German, Italian, India and American GOODS, consisting
Fancy and black Prints, in great variety; Furniture and
Turkey Red do, French, Scotch and American Ginghams
and Chambrays; Chenc Royals, Paris Painted Lawns, Or
gandies, Jaconets, Brilliantines, Bareges and Barege de
Laincs, Portsmouth and Lodi Lawns, black Lawns, Tarle
fons, colored and white; Embroid'rd Swiss, white Book
Swiss, Nainsook and Mull Muslins, white Jaconets, plain
and plaid; Corded Swiss, and Satin plaid do; Victoria
Lawns, black Alpaca, Mohair Cords, Cashmcretta and
Croton Cloths; English Drap d'Etes, Tweeds, fancy Cas
simcres, French black and Doeskin do, Union Cassimcres,
and Berkshire do, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vesfings,
Marseilles white, buff and lig'd do., super French black
Cloths, and fancy do.. Alarge stock of LINEN GOODS, im
ported direct from Ireland, coinprisingyellow, pinkandblay
3-1 and 4-t Linen Coatings, and checked do; fancy and
Linen Drills, Hollands, brown and bleached 4 4, tt-3, 11-4
aud 12-4 Linen Shirtings and Sheetings; Nankeens, Cam
lcta, Denims, blue Drills, Cottonades and California Cassi
mcres, book fold brown Linens, German Burlaps and Far
mers' Drills, bleached Shecting3 and Shirtings, Tickings,
Canvass Paddings, Diapers, Snow Drop Towels and Dor
tics, India Twills, Satteens, Carpet B.igs, Hosiery, Gloves,
Hair Brushes. Threads, Button", Tuck Combs, Side Red
ding and Fine, Ivor' do; Spectacles, &c, tic.
ALSO. A large stock of Hats and Bonnets of the latest
styles; Gents' Moleskin, Brush, Beaver, Leghorn aud Palm
Leaf Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China
Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and Chrystal
Iice Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French Bunches,
Sprigs; Bonnet, Cap; and Plain Ribbons; Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs; worked do; Jaconet and Swiss Insertings
and Edge-; an extensive variety of Plain and Dress Silks,
and black Silks; Brown Domestics and Osnaburgs.
The largest buyers would do well to examine my stock.
AH tho above mentioned Goodswill be sold freely with
out reserve, and on liberal terms.
Nashville, April 2oth. AND. J. DUNCAN.
June 14, In and 1C. July 12, 13 and 14.
PRINTED MUSLLX3, LAWNS, cc.
At No. 57, College struct.
JOHN 1C HUME has just received a splendid assortment
of Musliusand Lawns, in great variety, to which parti
cular attention is solicited. Tlie most of these Muslins have
been purchased at extremely low figures,,,thereforc great
bargains may be expected by "purchasers. Paiu ted Muslins,
all colors, "at 8 to 10 and 12f cents per yard.
BEAUTIFUL BERAGKS, SILKS, Ac.
Rich fig'd Paris Herages; India Twills, (hair cord;)
" " Chally do; Nainsook Mucins,
" " Berage Robes; Dotted Swiss;
" Twisted Silks; Mull Muslins:
Brocade Silks; Swiss do (double width,)
Chameleon Silks ; Tarlatan do;
Checked and Stripd Silks, Foni tig. Linen Cambrics,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, Ac
A complete assortment of
White and Colored Cotton Hose;
do and Black Silk do;
Lisle Thread Hose, Embroidered;
Children's Hose in great variety;
Alexander's Kid Gloves;
B. and M. Kid Gloves;
Beautiful Black Lace Gloves;
Lisle aud Silk Gloves;
Ladies' Riding Gloves;
april 23 JOHN K. HUME.
RIGA LETS, FOR CONCERTS, &c Just received, a
new supply, mostly pure white. Also, Sash, Neck and
Bonnet Ribbons. ap23 JOHN K. HUME.
VALLENCIENNES, Laces, Edgings and Insertings ;
Val. Trimmed Pointed Collars;
Moniton do do;
Beautiful Painted Undersleeves;
do do Flouncings;
Dimity and Musliu Bauds just received by
JOHN K. HUME,
april 23 Xo. 57 College street.
"A TANTILLAS. New Style Silk Mantillas;
iiX. do do Lace do;
do do Lace Points and scarfs; all
newest styles out just opened by JOHN K. HUME,
apri!23 No. 57 College street.
J. II. CURREV,
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
WOULD respectfully intorm his friends
and the public generally that he
keens a full assortment of Furniture on
liana, consisting oi u-ireaus, ward-roues, Uedstcads, Side
boards, Cliairs, Solas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing dona at ihd shortest notice,
and on very reasonable tcnils, with despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking All orders for Coffins can be filled in
rsjver)' short notice, at the following prices, as I
ssSa2" keep every description always on hand, together
with good Horses, Horses and careful drivers:
Plain raise lid Coffins, from 10 to Slo (30
Covprpd Coffins from $20 to 75 00
Servants' Coffins, 1 00 per foot.
All orders left at my store n College stroet, Xo. 25, oppo
site the Sewannee House, will bo punctually attended to
both night and day. ap2G abge.v J. IL CUEREY..
LASSYARE. 500 boxes Pint Flasks;
Or 200 boxes. Quart Flasks; ,100 do Half Pint do;
Foi taU by april 25 TV. H. GOKDQY& CO.
' HEW BOOKS.
STANDFIELD HALL. By- J. P. Smith, Esq.
AMY LAWRENCE. "
GUS. HOWARD. " -
'SThere is still hope for English .Literature so lonas such
works as "Minnie Grey" and "Gus-Howard" shall continue
to be written. Tho former we have wholly read; the lat
ter which is a sequel to the first we are now engaged in
reading; and we must confess that we have rarelv been so
deeply entertained as in tbeir perusal. "Minnie Grey," ta
ken as a literary performance, is well worlhv of a place be
side the noble productions of Scott and Dumas; and, while
it y ields 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 subtle interest which marks the creations
of the latter. The story ofMinnie Grey is one of uncommon
"power ; and the rapidity with which it is caught up by the
public from the counters of the booksellers is one.of the
strongestevideuces in the world of its originality, interest
and sirenglli." London Literary Gazette'.
:- The trade supplied by F- HAG AN.
.One hundred boxes Morris' superior Writing Ink, just re
ceiyed by;. may2 p. HAG. AN.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY, FOR MAY,, with "back num-
bers, for sale by may2 Y. I1AGAN, Market sL
THE LAND OF THE GiESAR; AND J30GE, Historical
- rind Artistic; Incidental, and Literal- by WinFurness.
THE EXPERIENCE OF LIFE, by E. M. Sewetl.
MACAUi.AY'S SPEECHES, in two volumes. - -
SPAIN Her Institutions, Politics and PublicMen, aSpeech
by S. T. Wallis, author of Glimpses of Spain. For sale by
april 21 .FHAGAN.
ANNUAL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY, A Year
Book of Facts in Science and Art, for 1S53.
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. Teschemacher.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY for April. With all (hogback
numbers, for sale by april 12 F. HAGAN.
SPECIAL SALE OF
B Y ANDRE W J. D UNCA K.
T WILL sell TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 3Iay 3d
JL and 4th, a very large and well assorted stock of Staple
and Fancy Goods, adapted to the Summer season, of new
design aud late importations, consisting of:
Black and fancy Cloths;
Satin and Silk Vestings; Blac't Gro de Rhine Silks;
Black French Drap d'Ete; Fimcy dress do
do English do; Chamelion do
Satin striped Mcrsailes China and Persian do v :
Yestings; Fancv Berages; ' i
While and Buff do; Satiustrjp'd do;
Embroidered do; Colored Berages;
French Drilling, Bleached; Black Tlaid Berage;
Irish do Brown; Mourning Lawns;
Russia Luiens; Fancy I.awns;
German Burlaps; Fancy Prints;
Pink, Yellow and Blay Lin- Black Prints;
ens; .. Jaconets, Cambrics:
Linen Sheeting and Pillow- SwissMull and WainsookMus
' -Linen; lins; ' '
Catul'T- Bleached Muslins and Drillings,
BlTc and col'd Cambricks; Bro:Iu3lh,S .& D"1.
WITII-Parasols, Umbrellas, Shades, siik Zj 3Jusl,n--.
ALSO. Leghorn, Petal Braid and Palm Leaf Hats; Jiew
style llonnets for Ladies and Misses; Bonnet Ribons; Bon
net Flowers, Bunches, and Wreathes, which will be sold
without reserve. Terms liberal. Sales to commence at 10
o'clock april 27 ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HORSE FOR SAXE. -A splendid Geld-
ing 6 years old. A bargain can be had JlST
by calling on GLOVER & BOYD. CTT
may 2 No. 50, Cherry St,
OlION CIION 10 casea Chon Chon, received this
day by ap30 It. & J. NIXON.
LEMONS. 15 boxes Lemons, received this day bv
up3J 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 laying out aud array
ing Orchards and Gardens. By P Barry.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST with directions
for rhe propagation and Culture of Fruit Trees. By J.
GARDENING FOR LADIES and Companion to the Flow
er Garden. By Mrs Loudon.
THE ROSE-ifs History, Poetry, Culture, and Classifica
tion. By S B Parsons.
THE A3IERICAN ROSE CULTURIST-also full direc
tions for the Trcalmcntof 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 Soutli side of tfte 1'ublic S'juare, Jirsi door
East of W. W. Berry & Demoville's Druy stare.
WILL offer to the citizens and-surrounding country such
great inducements to purchase at wholesale. Hav
ing established facilities for the importation weeklyfrom our
manufactifring establishment of the largest supplies of heady
hadb clothing ever brought fo this city. Ourstock of goods
are manufactured of superior Cloths," Cassimeres, Linens,
Vestings, and a large assortment of Shirts, Suspenders and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. We do not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articles or prices. We are 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 lie 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 before going elsewhere and
satisfy yourselves of our motto, "small profits, quick sales,
no trouble to show goods, aud will not be undersold."
npriUl SEWELL, ROTHSCHILD k CO.
F'OR SALE A HOUSE aud LOT on lower sx
Market street, fronting GO feet and running back. Jjji,
180 foot. There is a well of good water on the premises",
and othor necessary conveniences. If not sold at private
sale before tho 3d Jlonday in May, it will be sold at Public
Sale, on that day. For furthor particulars enquire of
april 22 0 S. GLENN.
P ii 2$ Y
Capitol $1,77& 652
ISAAC ABBOTT, SECV J. K. COLLINS, TKES't.
HENRY II. HYDE, Traveling Agest.
LIFE INSURANCE is simply setting aside and investing
a sum yearly, with a certainty of a safe return with ac
cumulations; whereas other investments, with a profitable
and sure return, are not so easily found, and often end in an
It is an association formed by individuals, who uuife to
gether, under a contract, to suppoit each other's families iu
case of death. Iu order to accomplish thi it becomes ne
cessary fo establish a fund, which is done by a yearly con
tribution, diilj-apportioned among them according to their
expectations of lite, and the auiouut'to be received by the
family at each one's decease.
Suppose a person at 25 years of age, whose premium on
$1,000 would be $20 00 a year, should put this sum out at
interest at the cud of one year, if he should decease, his
family barely gets 20 00 with interest added, making 21.20
only. Whereas, from a life policy they would get $1,000
with his propoi tious of the accumulation.
Further information can be obtained by calling on
P. P. PECK, Agent,
SSM:?il Medical Examiners.
LEANDEIl D. STEVENSON.
ItOBEKT L. WniTK
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
JTo. 59, College St. Nashville, Tenn.
WE have nowiu Store, aud will continue to receive un
til our assortment is complete, the largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods iu the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained in New York until the last of March, which give
us the advantage of new designs iu many goods which are
not to be found in any other house in tho city. We respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as wo will sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap-20-ly no STEVENSON & WHITE.
Shelbyville Expositor copy.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prcst HENRY L. MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 300,000.
INSURANCE on lives of white persons ou the joint stock
aud mutual plan.
Persons wishing to insure cannot find a more responsible'
Refer to W.B. Shepard fc Co., Kirkman & Ellis, Phil-lips'-fc
Hart, Lindsley & Crocket, Morgan & &o., M. S. Pil
JSPamphlots showing tho advantages offered by this
Company will bo furnished upon application to the under
signed, who has been appointed agent forj the Company
S. H. LOOMIS, Agehi,
Northeast comer of the Public Square; XashviUorTetm
Dr. R. C. K. Mactix, (uj. ,p - - ' "
Dr. J. P. Ford, ' j Medical tsannucrs. :
.2S"f Insurance on the lives of NEGROES on the most roa
sonablo terms. april 12 2m..
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Indeed 'tis true that the World's Fair of eighteen fifty-three
Will be held in our happy land of liberty;
But true, 'tis-true, too, that cheap goods are for sale.
At the Philadelphia Store, both Vholesaleand Retail.
Ladies, if therefore a Jiandsonie. Dress you wish to got,
Silk, Berege, Tissue, Lawn or Jaconet;
One that's suitable for Spring or Summer wear, "
You buy it cheap at No. 18, on the Square.
Or if your intention is a Rich Shawl to buy,
Then please at the Philadelphia Store appl-; "
For Shawls are sold at prices cxtremelr low,
At the Philadelphia Store ofSohn, Hi'llmau i Co.
If Collars, Chemisettes, Needle-work Sleeves,
Cuffs or Fine Embroidered Uandkershicfs, '
You desire to ps.rchaso extraordinary cheap,
'Tis the Philadelphia Store such article always keep.
Or if you wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen,
Then please examine those at Number Eighteen;
There s tlie Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro
cade, And every other kind tliat ever was made.
Ifa Bonnet of the latest stvleyou want,
Rutland Gim, Gossamer or Rich Blond;
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At the Philadelphia Store, Tor their stocK's entirely new.
Of course there are many things which we cannot, here men
To which we would solicit your kind attention;
In factahnost anything in the Dry Goods line,
You'll find there from qualities inferior to- the most super
fine. And daily too we shall receive many extras,
Per our friends Adams & Co's. great Express; '
Who, unless'thcrc occur accidental delays
Brings us the goods from the East in ten days.
Our motto is positively "one price and no deviation,"
So Ladies, please call without further invitation;
At the Philadelphia Store, No. 16, PublicSquarc,
business is always done lair. L: II.
Nashville, Apm - .
"THOU HAST A CHARMED CUP 0 i TAI 5"
'Llke to the Pontic sea. 7
Whose icy current and compulsive course
Ne'er feels retiring ebb, but keeps due ou
To the Propontick and the Hellespont."
So tho undying fame, bright as the "blaze of sunset halos
oer the laurel brow'd," deservedly accorded to those Truly
1-ortuhato aud well known Exchange and Lottery Brokers,
PYFER & CO., Ratimarc, 3Iit.
"Will "kcep due on," until their popularity extends from tho
"icy Capes of Labradore," to the searching sands Of Nubia's
Desert, and until the I.losannas of a Universe extol their
name in one prolonged shout" that shall frighten the reign of
chaos, and startle scared echo from hercaverned sleep. "In
lazy apathy let stoics boast."
The grateful praise duly received from every section of
the country, from those Avho 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 for
devoting their energies to the public's service; to them 'praises
are wages." The immense amount of good that PYFER k
k CO. the Truly Lucky and Far-f.irned Lottery Agents, No.
1 Light Street, Baltimore, Md. Have accomplished bv pre
senting to the public monthly a schedule of unsurpassed
schemes of Legal and Eesjxmsible Lotteries."
In presenting to our numerous corropoudents throughout
the couptry our very brilliant and elegant schemes for the
mouth of May, we enjoin those, whoso 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 lind it out."
READ THE RESULT OF PERSEVERANCE!
In package of Whole Tickets, the Brilliant Prize of $.")0,
210, in Grand Consol. Lottery of Maryland, Class No. 1, was
sent per mail to an old correspondent in Virginia.
$2ti,000, in package of Halves sent to South Carolina.
15,000 in package of Whole Tickets, sent to Pennsylvania
jll.000, in package of Wholes Tickets, sent to Georgia.
$S,000, in package of Halves, sent to South Carolina.
20,000, iu package of Quarters, sent to Tennessee.
12,000, in package of Half Tickets, sent to Ohio.
$lt,000 in package of quarters, sent to North Carolina.
$5,000, in package of holes sent to North Carolina.
jggfBe sure to address for a handsome Prize,
P Y F ER & CO.
Xo. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for May," 1853i
s3? The Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given bclovr.
" 12 drawn
-1 S. drawn,,
'"Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centagc in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages cf Tickets in every in
stance. jggTBank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFER k CO'S.
tRemember A Package of Tickets, can draw four
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
3?Iu order to secure a Fortune, aud the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to re'mit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, PYFER k CO.,
april 29 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
MOULTRIE HOUSE, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
TO RENT FROM FIRST APRIL NEXT. This zk
beautifully located House, containing 84 large yjjsj.
airy sleeping rooms, with the requisite drawing rooms, par
lors, tScc., bowling alleys, and billiard room new and in per
fect order, with ample and good accommodations for ser
vants; threej cisterns capable of containing about sevent--five
thousand gallons of water, with a large salt water bath
house supplied by a force pump. The house is surrounded
with a piazza of two stories, amply protecting every room
from the sun, and forming a delightful promenade. "Its lo
cation is immediately in front of tlie entrance to the harbor,
thus commanding a fine view of the open sea, and of every
vessel and ateainer passing in and out; the surf which roli3
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 fine drive of sev
The House is supplied with nearly all the standing furni
Application can be made to WM. M. 3IARTIN", Charles
ton, South Carolina, who will give all information desired.
The Chronicle & Sentinel, Augusta, Ga., Union, Nash
ville, andSoutheru Patriut, Greenville, S. C, will copy tri
weekly for one month, and send account to Courier Office,
Charleston, S. C, at the expiration of that period,
SAMAGE & CHURCH.
NO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, have just opened a lot of
the Finest Patent Leather Boots and Shoes, .ever of
fered inthis city
Gentlemen's Patent Leather Dress Boots;
" ' " "' Congress Gaiters;
" " J'.Dutton'd do do;
" " ' k Dress Shoes
rat qfrutf al '- ' ''Mont'ereyandOxf6rdTies;
fcSMiSuper Buckskin do do- -'do -do;
" ' Cloth aud'Lastih'g Congress Gaiters;
n ciayTies: 1
SPRING OPENING MILLENARY.
MRS. E. LOCKHART most respectfully
announces to tlie Ladies oi rasnviile and
country, that she has iust received direct .
from New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. H
anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet, please call at No. :
14, Cherry street, and judge for themselves.
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat-
Orders from the country promptly attended to. '
Thankful to the Ladies'for their former very liberal, pat- I
ronage, t hope still to merit a continuance of their favors.
MRS. E. LOCKHART,
april?- tf No. 14. Cherry street,
WANT for manufacturing, 100,000 pounds of wool; for
j . wj1" the highest price will be paid in cash, deliver 1
edat their Mill at Lebanon, or to MORGAN k CO., j
o4i, j'uDiic square, Nashville.
apnll9 lmo.d k w.
Selling of i" to Close
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W MEREDITH, having determined to change his
preseut business offers Ilia entire stock of GOODS
at very reduced prices, for cash.
Consisting inp.irt as follows: DRY GOODS, SHOES,
nATS, CARPETS, RUG3, MATTINGS, tc Persons
wanting goods cannot fail to find it to their advantage to
call, as the entire stock will be sold at Wholesale or Retail,
to close, without reserve. apri!25 W. M.
ruv i "kosemomt.
Ir ""'gned is induced to offer for sale, his country
L Residence and Farm, situated Z miles from Nash
ville, on theMurfreesboro Turnpike, and within a few min
utes walk of the N. k C. Railroad. It embraces between 75
and 90 aeres, in about equal proportions, of beautiful wood
land and cultivated land, in the highest state of improvement.
A portion being well set in Timothy, Clover and Blue Grass,
to which the soil proves admirably adapted, the whole sub
stantially fenced with cedar, and supplied in every direction
with never-failing springs of the purest wafer.
The grounds about tlie buildings have been embellished
With gravelled walks, falling garden, rich grass-plots, choice
flowers, shrubbery and evergreens, while for the oxtent and
variety of fruit trees, obtained without regard to cost, or
labor, from the most approved nurseries, it is not exceeded
by any in the country.
The buildings are extensive and convenient bams, cribs,
stables, carriage houses, sen-ant's houses, gardiner's house,
ice-house of large dimensions, spring house built of stone,
over a spring of rare excellence, and furnishing a great
abundance ot water, a portion of which, by means of an
Hydraulic Earn, is conveyed directly fo the dwelling, and
there, after supplying the wants of the family, affording a
surplus still, which is susceptible, at little cost, of being di
rected toraany purposes of ornament and utility. Besides
these, the family dwelling, built in cottage style, having sev
en rooms, well arrangeduiid occupying an eminence, unsur
passed for pure air and a charming landscape
For hcahh, fertility, convenience to churches and schools,
and goodsocietyin the country, it is not surpassed, and those
in .vant of such a situation are invited to examine it
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 'i
holder Brood Mares. JOS. J. B. SOUTH ALL:
DUElir. W. n. DEERV. n E. DEEIIY
ALIS0NIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
,0ice No. Vi,, Euldic Square, XashciU, lennessee.
FU? wiTURE ! FURNITURE I !
aji just receiving a lino assu""""-U1 "vassgg
j imuru oi uie laiest unu most approved a- 1
iiuure oi ine latest unu most approved-
siyies, wnicnwiu oe warranted asreconimend-i
ed, and will bo sold as cheap aa the cheapest. Having en
larged iny.Ware rooms, I sliall keep an assortment oi Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, kc. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent-frce fo the Railroad or an vwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot,
ap7 ' I. U. MORTON.
NEW AND FRESiFaRRIVALSBY
CURREY & MARTIN. .
CJTEM1S 1 S A XL- DRUGG IS TS,
.No.. 85, UNION' 8TKFCT, .VA3UVILI.B, TENS'.
SODA WATER. As warm weather is approaching
we have fitted up a new our Soda Founts, aud are pre
pared to dispense as pure and as cool Soda Water as an v
other house in ths city. Ours shall be the ne plus ultra fouri.
The syrnps are till made of the finest quality aud most deli
cate llavor. We sliall bo happy to recoive'the patronage of
our citizens and of strangers visiting the city.
Our Soda, Founts will not he open on the Sibbath.
CURREY k MARTIN
api 'I22 NO. 35 Union street
ly EW ARRIVALS. IJrusiies, Counter, Paint, PainT
JLN ers' Dusters, 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
ap22 CURREY&MARTiy, No. 35Un?on st.
1 ALE'S CELEBRATED BARBER SOAPS.
iu uoz uarsjusi receiveu ay
CURREY k MARTIN.
OR BATHING. Bath Belts, Bath Gloves, Bath
J Brushes and Bath Sponges; jujtrcccived bv
"P22 CURREY '. Si A RTIN.
QELECT POWDERS, Of Haskeix, Merrick k
O Bull. We have just received an additional supply of
these pure and unadulterated medicines, which are especial
ly recommended to the attention of physicians. AVc arc al
so supplied with
Powers & Weightman's Chemicals;
Tildcn k Co's Extracts;
llenning's English Extracts;
Mander, 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
clusively with these pure.and unadulterated medicines.
2grNo wluUeraled Drugs, Medicine-, or Ch'micals can
find a place in ourstore. CURREY it MARTIN,
Tl TED 1 C AL NOTICE. The Twentv-fourth Annual
JL Session of tho Medical Society of Tennessee, will be
held in the Medical College in Nashville on the first Wed
nesday, being the 1th day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
R. S. WENDELL, M. D.,
april 18 lm Euth. Tel. Recording Sec'y.
DR. T. L. HIADDIN offers his professional services
in the practice of MEDICINE and SURGERV to the
citizens of Nashville and its vicinity.
ES"Olltce Cusnnr Street--No. 29 between Union and
Church streets. april 12 tnvly
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 to 16 ever offered for sale in 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 suiL
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 CASSIMEhE
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 G entlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS CRY
VATS, STOCKS, AVHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up -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.
jaO CLIFTON & ABBOTT.
TT'OR SALE. A very desirable house and lot
a ou iua &ireei, ana next a cor to .Sirs. J as. K.
Polk. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vino streof. mn.
ning back 140 feeL Tho house contains 12 or 14 good
rooms, with necessary out houses.
GLOVER k BOYD,
ro"cb.26 No. 50, Cherry street
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
THE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
Monday the 16th day of May next.
First Dat. Association Pui&e- 850 Two mile
Second Day Association Purso $150 One mile
Third Dat Association Purse -100 Three mile
Fourth Day Association Purse $200 Three best
In addition fo the above purses, thofollowing Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat 75
entrance, S25 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
nrst day of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for all ages Two mile heats $100 en
trance, $50 forfoit. Three or more tdmaka a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, preceding the renilar
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday tho second
day. All entries to be made to tho Socretary under seal
marcha td b E. R, GLASCOCK, Soc'y. '
WE IX&NDBED . BARRELS STXOUIS
PLQUR,! have jqst received a hundred barrels
superppp flour, cho ico brand-
'npl22 SA3IUEL SE AY .
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY.
DR. C. WLLLIAJIS'
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and-"Wood
For the curt of Coughs, Voids, Hoarseness, Eoopingcoitgh,
Croup, Bronchitis, Sjxiting of Blood, Asthma' am Con
McLuioresville, Tcnu., March 27, 185SJ
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: are out ot your Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. Send us some, of
it on the reception of this letter. The people here have just
ound out that it is a first-rate medicine- Respectfully,
A R MITCHAM.
Okaloxa, Miss., 3fay 1?, 1S521
Dr Cms Willlvms Dtar Sir: We have actively en
gaged ourselves in tho sale of your Balsam of Wild Chcrry
and Wood Naptha since you wa3 here, and your medicine,
on trial, is giving much satistaction. We Iiave but one
bottle on hand, and wish you to send us a few dozen bottles
as soon as possible. Respectful lv,
FONTAINE, ILERRFFORD k CO.
Lawrences ceo, Tenn., Feb. 4,1852.
Da C "Williams Dear Sir: Your Balsam .of jWihl
Cherry is going off like hot cakes. We have only one bot
tle on hand please send us three or four dozen as soona
convenient. Yours, Respectfully,
GILLESPIE k KYLCE.
Florence, Ala., Dec. 19, 1349.
Dear Sir: I fake fhe 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
orfourwecka. It not only was distressing to himself, but
such was the severity of tlie paroxysms that all around sym
pathized with him. I advised him to try your Coinpouud
Syrup of Wild Cherry and "Wood Naptha" "He did bo, and
took one bottle, and it stopped the cough almost immedi
ately, and has not since returned, uor has ho had any symp
toms ol it since.
I have used many cough medicines, and have tried and
seen u,icu, all tlie balsams and nostrums of tlie present day,
and 1 verily believe that vours is superior to them all.
I remain yours, " T J KILPATRICK, Principal of
the Florence Male Academy.
For sale Wholesale and Reiail.und on Agency by J. M
ZIMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who ik the General.
Agent for this popular and mlueiote preparation at the city ot
Nashvillo and surrounding couutry. It is also forsale by
the following Druggists :
' CARTWRIGIIT k ARMbTRONG,
, v GEORGE W.HENDERSIlOTT,
.' " ILG.SCOVEL,
. . .' BEACH, FLEMING k CO.,
CURRY k MARTIN, Nashville.
BINGFORD k McDERMOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, ) . . ...
F. S. WOLRlDGb, f fc nUm
HAWKINS A. TO WLtR, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten
nessee, and all the Southern and Western States,
may 1 lm d tw w
DR. ROGERS' LIVERWORT AND TAR,
For tho cJZ!!let0 .cure .of . Coughs. Colds, Influenza.
Asthma, Bronchitis, "tmg-jrf Blood, and all other
Lung Complaints tending to wumjitioa.
LOOK AT ITS UNEAEALELLED SUCCESS.
THE above distinguished Cough Medicine is carryingall
before it in Lung Complaints. In all sections" of thv
country it is constantly perlorming Cures which astanish
even Physicians themselves. Look at the high chars tier
and standing of the names which vouch for iut uurivalfeil
healing pouer. II. Cox, M. D., late Professorin the Medi
cal College at Cincinnati; W. J. Richards, 31. D.; Honv
Judge Morse; Hon. Judge Wm. Burke, for more, than 20
years Post Master of Cincinnati; R. S. Newton, M. D.,; Pro
fessor iu the Medical College at Memphis, Tenn.; John A.
Collins, Esq., Proprietor of the Temp. Organ and General
Agent of the Grand Division of the Sous ot Temperance nf
Ohio; Win. H. Ijvison, Esq., Editor of the U.S. Military
and Naval Argus, at N. Y.: Thos. C Faulder, Es of Alba
ny; Rev-. II. Wiseman, Rev. R. Hoyt, N. Y. City; aud wo
could name hundreds, aye thousands of others who testify
from personal experience, that it has cut ed them and their
friends in some cases after all other remedies had failed.
Such men never make such statements, unless convinced of
their truth beyond the possibilty of a doubt Read a few of
Extract from a letter from F. 21. Cory, to II. L Sleicart,
Esq., No. 137 Second Street, New YvrL:
Sparta, June 30, 1849.
Dear Friend Stewart: 1 have been home now jat two
months. When I last saw you I had but little hopes of ever
getting any better. lint 1 tiave now tlie pleasure of thank
as I had done with everything else. I have only taken four
bottles ofit, aud I must say it has doueme more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken. On my first taking
it,"it increased the expectoration, and I raised a great deal
of bloody matter from my lungs. But that lias now ceased,
and so has my cough, nearly. I cough but little uow, aud
expect soon to be entirely free from it. Iconider it an in
valuable medicine, and shall recommend it to ali who arcaf
llicted with a cough or diseased lungs.
I let a young lady, 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 ofit, and
? 1 1 f . . 1 :.. 1 l. ; i .
ii cuiuu ucr. ji uticu iiiuiuai iiiuucuioiiMy in ner case.
Y'our sincere fncnd, F. M. COR i
Bleeding ut tho Lunys Cuicrt !
1-SEE HOW PROMPTLY IT ACTS! j3
Statement of Mr. A. Iang, Baker, No. 38s 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
to help inc. I read your advertisement, and thought I would
try Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua.
Before I had taken up fhe third bottle, my bleeding had
stopped, my cough wait gone, and 1 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, 185U.J
As no ordinary sized advertisement can fully explain ho
nature and merits of this article, the Proprietors have pub
lished a new Circular, giving the history of this medicine;
the description, nature, tc, of its principal ingredients; the
effect they are designed to have upon tho Lungs and Liver,
and a copious reference to the persons who. have been cured
by it giving their nutnes and residences, even to the street
and the number. Those who are troubled with a Cough, or
whose Lungs are in the least afiected,,are earnestly desired to
call upon tlie Agents named below,, and procure one of these
pamphlets. It can be had gratis,, and will well repay a pe
rusal. 23T Price 1 per Bottle, or sixbottles for $5.
SCOVILL k MEAD, -No.
113 Charles btreet, New Orleans,
General Wholesale agent for tho southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold in Nashville by EWIN, BROWN k CO.,
W. W k J. B. BERRY,
H. G. SCOVEL,
J. M.. ZIMERMAN,
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG
FOR MALE AND FEMALe!
BE YE FRUITFUL AJy'D MULTIPLY, is a command
that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children o i
men. Dr. Larzett's JUNO CORDLA.L, or Procreative Elixir ,
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of nadm.
Itis all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's great resforalivt,
and remedy for those in the married state without oflspi iu ,
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General Debility,
Gleet, Weakness of tke. Genital Organs, Nervous affections,
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it i? un
equalled Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consump
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lassi
tude, Female Weakness, Debility, ic, It is warranted
please the user in any of the above complaints, and i
priceless value to those without offspring. f
Caution Extra. Find tho name of Corasfock & i ath
ers on the wrapper and never buy it unless you find the
names as it ha3 been extensively counterfited of hite.
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison. - ....
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG
Wholesax and Retail Agt's. Comer Broad and Market
Streets, vishville. jnlyl2 dtrw k w I2m.
&E.W ARRIVAL, AT W. W. FINN'S
WALL PAPER STORE,
No 41 , Market St. Betmeen Union and the S?uar.
I i--vi.i oaiuis, iu: xuriurs;
rich and liandsome; Decorative
Hall Papers, the latest styles, for
m i. i ,- -
iiuauiucro auu Liming uooms. t
6,000 pieces of those very cheap unglazcd, and a largo
variety ot Borders, Fire Screens, Testers, Window Papers,
EfgTPapcr Hanging done in the best manner. ,.ap20
IKELY NEGROES FOR SALE. A No. 1
Cook, Washer and Ironer, about 33 yera old; -ANol"
" " " " 25"' .
3 " " Girl, from 13 to IS years old; , . -
8 " " Boys, " 11 " 16 " Ml
SUGAR . 150 hhds. prime new Swrar for sala.by ,
janS X. Tl?" GORDON, yCQL-?
COPPER AS. 200. Bl3 Green Stcubcnville Copperas,
avril25 ' W. n. GORDON & CO.
ing you ior recommcnunijr me 10 utxe ur. nogers syrup of
Liverwort, Tar, and Canchalagua- I got a dozen bottles ofit
and took home with me, determined to make a fair trial ofit.