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2fow- Orleans, May 16.-
TJraga was passenger on 'tbel
Memphis Hay 16. The yate in this citv Sat1
day. on the County Subgoripti of 300,000&Um:
to the Louisville and Memphis rjHroad, reewked m
foIloVrs: 1370 for the proposition, ijKl only 50 against
it The majority in the county cannot be less tha"
3J'EMPins,M&y 16, 8 P. M. TMpse arrived
at tbis place at sis minutes to eig "b&yiag beea
two days, nin hours and fifty theee minutes oet
from New Orleans, beating the J. T. White's tira
two hours and fifteen minutes. Her time toVicks
burg was twenty-eight hours, beating tbe White's
best time one hour and forty minutes. Her pack
. ing blew out between Vicksbwrg and New Orleans,
by irrhich she lost thirty-ftp minutes.
Cdcixxati, May 16 noon. The rivecibas fallen 2 feet.
Weather warm and cloudy. Markets dull and generally
unchanged Flour 3 70a3 75, for common brands. Whisky
1 small sales. Bacon, shoulders 6c Tire hundred
kegs No 1 Lard 10J. In groceries nothing new transpired.
Pittsbcec. May 16. There are 6 feet water in the channel.
H. G. FARRELL'S
CELEBRATED ARAB I AX LINIMENT
TRIUMPHANT OYER DISEASE.
"WE DAILY HEAR of the most astonishing cures being
effected b v that great and popular medicine, tue genuine II.
G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT, and we can truly
say, from our own knowledge, that no medicine ever discov
ered has performed the same wonderful cure that it has,
bot in man and beast, nd it is equally good for both, which
make3 it so truly valuable. It is, therefore, hailed by the
suffering as the greatest blessing of the age, and no one
would ercr allow himself to be without this sovereign balm,
who bad once witnessed its magic power over disease, and
its wonderful potency In relieving pain, however severe, in
a few minutes' time. We earnestly desire you to call upon
the agent, who will furnish you, free of charge, a small book
containing, besides other valuable information, a large list
of certificates from many of the most respectable persons, of
cures effected by this celebrated medicine, which surely
arc enough to convince the mostscepticleof its transcend
ent virtues. We notice several certificates of rheumatism
cured after the patient had suffered everything but death for
live to twenty years. Also cases ot paralysis, or loss ot uio
use of limbs, where the flesh had withered, leaving no hing
ANY HUM AN EFFORT to relieve. It is the most effica
cious remedy known for burns, sprains, wounds, bruises,
chilblains, neuralgia, tooth-ache, bites of insects and rep
lies, sore throat, sore or weak eyes, tumors, sun pain, etc.,
' tc.: and is used with unbounded success in most of tbe ail
raeiits of horses and cattle, such as sweeny, farcy, spraiuc,
bruises, wounds, stiff neck and joints, lameness, swellings,
galls or chafes, sore eyes, partial blindness, etc. If used in
the beginning of fistula, poll-evil, ringlone and spavin, it
will invariably stop their further progress. Every family
should keep Uiis valuable medicine on hand, ready for any
Look out for Counterfeit!
The public arc cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Farrcll's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because hi3 having the name of Farrell, many will buy
it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture lias wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by 1L G. Farrell,
solo invcutor and proprietor, and whole sale druggist, No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Re sure you get it with the
letters II. G. before Fan-ell's, thus 1L G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
i Sold by CART WRIGHT k ARMSTRONG,
md by regular authorized agents throughout the United
xW Pnco 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED ia every town, village ai.d hamlet n
"the United States, in which one is not already established.
Aadressil. G. Farrell as above, accompanied witu good tc
fencee as to character, respectfully, kc. dfcw
A EXTENSIVE SALE
AT AUCTION OF NEW SPRING GOODS,
Ji 1' A. J. DUN OA If,
May Wi, Wh, and iWi, 1853.
I WILL sell at Auction, witiiout rwrte. on TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, May 17th, 18th,
and 19tb, 1853, avcrv large and well selected stock ofSTA
PLE and FANCir,F0REIGN and DOMESTIC
All of the Latest Importations and Styles.
Mv stock embraces everv description of English, French.
Gcnnau, Italian, India aud American GOODS, consisting
Fancv and black Prints, in great variety; Furniture and
Turkev Red do, French, bcotch and American Ginghams
and Chambravs; Chene Royals, Paris Painted Lawns, Or-
candies. Jaconets, Brilliantiues, Bareges and Barege de
Laines. Portsmouth and Lodi Lawns, black Lawns, Tarle-
tous. 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 Alpacas, Mohair Cords, Cashmcretts and
Croton Cloths: English Drap d'Etcs, Tweeds, fancy Cas
simeres. French black and Doeskin do, Union Cassimeres,
and Berkshire do, Hilk Serges, Satin and Silk Vcstings,
Marsedles white, buff and lig'd do., super French black
Cloth?, and fancy do. Alarge stock of LINEN GOODS, im
ported direct from Ireland, comprisiugycllow, pinkandblay
. 3-4 and 41 liinen uoungs, ana aiecKea ao; iancy ana
LLincn Drills, Hollands, brown and bleached 44, 9-8, 11-4
Lnd 12-4 Linen Shirtings and Sheetings: Nankeens, Cam
lets, Denims, blue Drills, Cottonades and California Cassi
meres, booK tola brown Liinens, uerman uunapsana war
mers' Drills, bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings,
Canvass Paddings, Diapers, Saow Drop Towels and Dor
lies, India Twills, Satttens, Carpet Bags, Hosiery, Gloves,
Hair Brushes. Threads, Buttons, Tuck Combs, Side Red
ding and Fine, Ivory do; Spectacles, &.c, Sic
ALSO. A large stock of Hats and Bonnets of the latest
styles; Gents' Moleskin. Brush, Beaver, Leghorn and Palm
Leaf Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China
Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and Chrystal
Lace Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French Bunches,
Sprigs; Bonnet, Cap, and Plain Ribbons; Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs; worked do; Jaconet and Swiss Iusertings
and Edge?; an extensive variety of Plain and Dress Silks,
and black Silks; Brown Domestics and Osnahurgs.
Tbe largest buyers would do well to examine my stock.
All the above mentioned Goodswill be sold freely with
it reserve, and on liberal terms.
Nashville, April 25th. AND. J. DUNCAN.
June 14, 15 and 16. July 12, 13 and 14.
' LYONS. J. LTO.VS.
! LYONS & CO.
ImjnrUrs and Dealers in
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, and all kinds of
Foreign "Wines, Liquors, &c.
Ao. 19, Cedar Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
FRESH ARRIVALS OF CIGARS, &c.
"t X 7 E WISH to inform the citizens of Nashville and sur-
V V rounding country, that we are just in receipt of a very
large and fine lot of Havana Cigars, Tobacco, "Wines,
Liquors, &c, which we are determined to dispose of at
the very lowest rales, and respectfully invite an inspection
from all. Country Merchants, in particular, would do well to
call on us before purchasing elsewhere. jLYONS & CO.
may 13 No. 19, Cedar Street
ri ENUINE SCHEIDAM SCHNAPS. We havo
VJT a few dozen of this line Liguor. lor sale at a low
price at LYONS & CO,
mayl3 No. 19, Cedar Street
TT70R HIRU. A very likely Girl, 19 or 20 years old, a
JL nrst rate nouso woman, &c
ALSO 2 likely Girls, about 14 years old. Apply to
mayll GLOVER & BOYD.
J. A. DKEKV. W. C. OEERT. S. E. DEERT
AIIEONIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
OJice JSro. 19, JSuMio Square, iVashcUle, Tennessee.
TIME SALE OF GSOCEBJES.
N WEDNESDAY, 18th May, 1853, we will offer at Pub
150 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar,
150 Packages Molasses and Syrup;
50 Packages Refined Sugar;
COO Kegs Nails, all sizes;
500 Boxes Glassware assorted ;
200 yi " 8X10 .and 10X12 Window Glass;
100 barrels Rectified Whisky;
500 Barrels Extra Family Flour;
500 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco; .
200 'Doz. Painted Buckets;
10 Barrels Masons' Blacking;
With various other articles.
The goods will be put up in our usual" quantities, with
We invite tbe attention of Merchants' geaewHy to this sale
as our object will be to close consignment
Tkrms op Sale. All sums under $200, Cash. All sums
over $200, four montlis for approved Sfidorsed notoe paya
ble in one of tbe city Banks.
mayl3 id "Wll. GORDON & CO.
JCE I ICE 1 1 1 have received a geod supply ofPURE
LAKE ICE, which I am now read V to furnish at 2 coats
ner nound. at wholesale or retail. Those who desire tnha
furnished will please leave their erder at the Old Depot,
(upper ena ck we maraet noam,) www s cousmmu supply
will be ketit for sale as usuaL Wwakful to my frknds and
customers, for tbsir.nalTO&aee beretofere, I rseosetfullv so.
licit a contifiuanoe et their favors.
may7 dim TLX. NORVELL..
3CBXOIDJERED BOSOM SHIRTS. We have
' iust Beceive4 aeuiHlvof Shirts Hkinasd etnbroider-
bcdfiia. All warranted to b&'maae of tite bst mate-
t j C 1 tl 1 K 1 - 1
, aau 10 ai wss ia every rwpset, swo ay
IE. 90 BifgHio C6 r sals by
appa mUy but dried sKin and bone, presenting so noma a
spectacle that their FRIENDS LOOKED UPON THEM AP
PALLED, while physicians pronounced them BEYOND
TOON & RUTLAND.
28). 44, Umm, Strut, 2Kwifr. li
I New School Books. .
vies Pxaetical-MatBewatJce, wit urawiBg
awl MenswratioB, applied to the Mecbaate Arte.
JSrfrwf from a letter sfP'rf. Natiil. Cross.
: ' Nashville Afril 7th, 1868.
T MMuu'rW DsviM' Practical Mathematics 'a verv'coavefli-
MtprctioalEIeenkry Text Book, furnkfahigraiich use
MktferaatidB oa a variety ef subjecisrin Natural Philoso
phy ami fie Mech&wc Arte. It is a very iwefiri Manual for
tbe Mechanic, and might very properly and profitably.be
wed after Arithmetic in schools where the .coarse does no
embrace Geometry; Trigonometry aad their applications.
Yery respectfully, your obedieat servant,
NATH'L. CROSS. .
A Treatise oa the Structure of the English Language;
Or the Analysis and Classification of Sentences and
their component parts.
Mitchell's Geographical teuesuon ajook, com
prising Geographical Definitions, sc.
Swan's Yonng Ladies' Header; Contaimag Rules
Observations andiExercises on Articulation, Pauses,
Ac, kc. " '
Manna! of Elocution and Oratdry; Selections in
Prose, Poetry, Narrative and Dialogue. By Walker
and Culver. .
For sale by TOON k RUTLAND,
may 13 No. 44, Union Street
The Most Stupendous Concern in the "World.
WILL EXHIBIT IN NASHVILLE, on Market Street,
on THURSDAY, FRIDAY aud SATURDAY, May
19, 20 and 21.
After most arduous labor and an enormous outlay, Mr.
Rice has succeeded in thorougly organiziug this extensive
'establishment on a scale of unparalleled magnificence, and,
anticipating an increase of patronage, offers his friends, in
stead of the ordinary Circus performance, a Hippodrome
and Menagerie. The former combining all the best
features of the Circus and Gymnasium, Vocal and Terpsic
horean entertainments, military school of the manage by Mrs.
Dan Rice, and the greatest stud of horses and ponies in the
world, and the latter a Magnificuut Collection ot
Animals and Rirds, native and foreign, consisting of
Leopards, Tigers, Tiger Cats, Panthers, Wolves, Black and
Grizzly Bears, (one of the latter the largest ever seen this
side of the Rocky Mountains,) Ostriches, Monkeys, Ourang
outangs, aud the remarkable LususKaturm, known as the
wild 3oy of Ceylon; The "Happy Family," and one
of the most extraordinary one3 ever collected, numbering
over one thousand Jieastsand Birds, native and foreign, liv
ing together in perfect harmony; the celebrated Bralmin
Cattle. " .
In addition to these ana many otner attractions in tuis .
n-irt of the establishment The Renowned Chinese.
Family, consisting of five persons, including the Royal
Princess Fwan Yeko, the most beautiful creature of her
high class who ever escaped from the Celestial Empire, her
feet beingonly two inches and a half in length, will appear
and give Concerts, both vocal and instrumental, using their
native instruments. .
A Monkey aud Pony Performance will be given
at each exhibition, and Mr. GEORGE NUTTER, the Lion .
Tamer, will enter the cage of the large and beautiful Bra- ,
zillian Tiger, and those of several other ferocious Animals.
Persons can visit the Menagerie without entering the Hip
podrome, if so disposed. , ,
lTPricetoloitis only fifty cents. Children and ser
vants half price. .
The newly designed and magnificent Pavilhou is capable
of sealing five thousand persons" comfortably
mav5 4td C. II. CASTLE, Agent.
5This Company will perform at Dover Tuesday 17th
and Glarksville "Wednesday 18tlu
EDICAL NOTICE. The Twenty-fourth Annual
Session of the Medical Society of -Tennessee, will be
held in the Medical College in Nashville on the lirst Wed
nesday, being the 4th day of May next, at 10 o'clock A.M.
R. S. WENDELL, M. D.,
aprill8 lm Ruth. Tel Recording Sec'y.
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers
havo 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-
US purcnasiug Vjiumiug ui iuu rawuiuuiuLut, uui&
thonriTi. Xof changing them if they do not suit.
, F. A. 110 i. T & 15KU.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April 6, 1853 ly
KID, SILK and LISLE TI111ISAU tijL.UV.us.
Everv variety of colors, just received and for sale by
may 14 M Livo & aicujjuij.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 5G, College
Opposite tin Planters' Bank, College street, Xashtille, Tenn.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Nashville that he is prepared to execute all (Cft
kinds of gentlemen's clothing in the latest and most .. IffiL,
fashionable style, and at tbe shortest notice. He asks a
share of the public patronage. may 9 tf
200 feet Gum Elastic Wntcr Hose;
250 feet Gum Elastic Gas Pipe;
20 doz Ely's Patent Gun Wads;
40 " Baldwin's " "
75 " Mason's Blue and Black Ink;
100 " Mason's Blacking;
150 grossRound Wood Box Matches;
40,000 teet Patent Safety Fuse;
200 packs Solid head Pins;
300,000 boxes G. D. Gun Caps;
With uiany other articles in store, aud for sale very low,
for Cash. A. MORRISON & CO.,
mayl3 Corner Square and Dcaderick Sts.
7ANS I FANS I I
J 15 doz Fine Feather Fans;
20 " Fiue and Common Spanish Fans;
100 " Papers Fans;
For sale very low by A. MORRISON & CO.
mavlS c n
UNORIES. 100keg3 Nails, assorted sizes;
50 boxes .Languoni s Armstcaas ioDacco, very su
20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington ilusfard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches;
Afew barrelsof that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sujar, together with a general assortment bf
Groceiies, at wholesale or retail, at JNo. 23, college street,
opposite Sewanee House. mayll R. F.BELL.
WE take pleasure in announcingto ourjiumerous friends
nnd natrons, that we are now rcadv to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our
place. Extensive preparations have been made for the coin-
tort both ot the invalid and pie man ot pleasure, n were
needless for us tomtlemptto set forth the value of our place,
in a medicinal point of view. Many, aflhcted with various
diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn,
have gone away cither entirely cured or greatly relieved
Darticularlv such as have been afflicted with Scrofula, di
seascsof the Skin. Stone in tho Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive System in general. Of these facts, there is an abun
dance of proof, and many who have certified totbeni, and the
same liavo gone forth to the afflicted people. And wo hare
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound aud well, with us, to be seen as testimony to our dec
laration; ono of which was almost a hopeless case.
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
of Lafayette, our county scat, 65 or 70 miles from Nashville,
45 miles turnpike, and the balance high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson connty, Hartsville, Carthage, Gaiusboro',
Tomkinsville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac
SAM. E. HARE, 1
J. A. TAYLOR, V Proprietors.
mayl2-trw3m S. B. PEYTON, J
To wii JL ots
TOR SALE ON THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1853,
A T DEC H E R D
-N TIIE NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
J ROAD, in Franklin county, Tennessee, at Wagskr's
vikeju., iuc juuuuua u-i me Winchester ana Aiauama xian
See full ArjvBRTKEirBKT and Plot at any of the Hotels,
or apply at Decherd, by mail or otherwise, to the Proprie
tors for information or a plot. An agent on tbe ground to
conduct visitors. DECHERD & SAHFORD.
Decherd, May 7th, 1853 td.
for msBufootHriiwv 100.000 pounds of wool, for
V V whteh tbe hujbaat htm will be paid in cash, deliver
ed at th, r vmS74rfKttir.to ' MORGAN k CO.,
r , raoue oquare, ss asnvme.
aprillS - law, d Air.
t TtXSXlMVk CLACK,
.! WHOLESALE GSOCERS,
1 Cammifinium ad Frwardiay Merckaats,
j I- - Cettoa mL Tafcwoi Jaeters,
Corner ef C&Utge md Gbirek streMe, Mt&kmHt.
COFFEE 300 bags-Xio; 50 bags Havana;
50 do Laguyara; 50 do Java.
. CIGABS ?0,000 Imp. Havana; 18,000 Americaa ;
109,0000 Cuba 6 s ana Melee uigars;
CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star;
2d0 boxes Sterine an Tallow; i
COTTON YARNS A lo of assorted Nos. Osaubura, sa-
perioi quality at manufacturers prices;
FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sues; 0 drums Figs;
60 frails Almonds; 20 bbla Pecans;
FISH C0 barrels' and half barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12 caseti Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 do Si Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS 300 boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do Qt,Pt.,and Pt. Flasks;
75 do FJint Tomb era and Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
90 Demijons, five and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
10 cass Scotch Ale " "
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
Whisky, various brands;
Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum;
Wine, various kinds;
MOLASSES 150 bbls and 14 bbls reboiled and S. House;
75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bblsKanawha; 250 sacks fine and coase;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxe3 Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, fcalreratus, Soda, Axes, Chain3,
Painted Buckets, &c, &.c
ForlSale low for cash by PERKINS & CLACiC
(gj?Liberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lb3 Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices m cash or Groceries,
may 3 PERKINS & CLACK.
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
WOULD respectfully uilonn his tnenus,
and the public generally that he
keens a full assortment of Furniture on'
hand, consisting of B-ireaus, Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
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 Coffins can be filled in
Trr' short notice, at the following prices, as I
ISSSSssS j-eep every description always on hand, together
with good Kerses, 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 ordeni left at my store on College street, No. 25, oppo
site the Sewannce House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. ap2G adoex J. II. CURREY.
TULLAHOMA TOWN LOTS.
ON WEDNESDAY, the first day of June
next I will offer at public sale, for the pro-
nrietors. a number ot beautiful Lots of Land, in me
town site of Tullahoma, on one and two years credit,
Without intending any disparagement of other places, I
may enumerate some of the advantages of Tullahoma. This
place, when examined, will excite (to the mind that can es
timate properly all the advantages of location) a very lively
Situated on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, only
seventy-one miles from Nashville, the great emporium of
our State in a proximity to that important city of but three
or four hours inviting, by the pleasantness of its locality,
in its mountain elevation, salubrity and delightful scenery,
the residences during summer heats of its citizens opening
up opportunities to small manufacturers, of profitable em
ployment and active business, at a cost so moderate as to be
within the reach of ordinary diligence nnd almost nominal
presenting a fair field for commercial enterprise, having
agreeable and most favorable sites for country residences
and summer retreats, where the rich man can repose in his
wealth and the poor man rest from his toil. Each can pos
sess this coveted enjoyment without drawing on pecuniary
resources, that for any reason satisfactory to either, may be
thought best left in the purse, thus obtaining a delightful
residence at little cost.
With conveying and diverging railroad connections that
afford the greatest facility ot transportation with accessi
bility almost instantanious to the great mineral region of the
Cumberland Mountain its COAL and IRON a McAdara
ized road through the rich counties of Lincoln and Giles,
connecting their county seats the purest freestone and
mineral waters in and adjacent to the town site, seven hun
dred and fifty feet higher than the Cumberland river at
Nashville, two hundred feet above the elevation of the thriv
ing town of Winchester, within an hour or two of the flour
ishing towns of McMinnville and Shelbyville, convenient to
tit the nrosnerous citv of Murfreesboro'. the summit level be
tween Nashville aud the Tennessee river, the only pure free
stone region between thoso points, the JUNCTION with the
JNasuvnie ana unnsianooga nauroau, wnicn win connect ine
West and the Worth witu thobouthauu the Unit ot Mexi
TULLAHOMA thus favored as a point for the concentra
tion of trade, travel, commerce and manufactures, offering
at the same time a safe and pleasing resort for the invalid
and a summer retreat to the man of leisure or pleasure, with
i x :.." j a nniri'xmo
lTfat.Lt) to the pubhe patronage.
With no means of narrow reflections upon other places
engaged in laudable euorts to build themselves up, but with
sincere kindness and good wishes for all, and rejoicing in a
common prosperity, we invite the great public to come up
and help us. wax. aiuuKtf,
niayG Agent for the Proprietors.
itHON CHON.10 cases Chon Chou, received this
J day by ap30 R. k J.NIXON.
1) LOUGHS. 100 No.
Peacock Ploughs for sale by
w ii p.nnnnv t. nil
CARPET BAGS. We have just received an assort-
VJ nient ot Carpet Bags, various styles and prices.
MYERS k McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No 5(5 College
street. mayS -
DR. T. L. MADDIN offers his professional services
in tho practice of MEDICINE aud SURGERY to the
citizens of Nashville nnd its vicinity.
J5r"0ffice Chemiy Stkklt No. 29 between Union and
Church streets. apnl 12 trwly
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
TO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, havo just opened a lot of
the finest Jf atent leather JJoots and ohoes, ever ot-
fercd in this city
Gentlemen's PatentLeather Dress Boots;
!' " " Congress Gaiters;
. . " " ' Button'd do do;
. V " " Dress Shoes;
s " " , " " Monterey and Oxford Tics;
-- " ' Super Buckskin do do do do;
" rt Cloth and Lasting Congress Gaiters;
, " - - uiayTies;
LEAKOEU D. STEVEXSOX. BOBEIIT L. WUITK
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
2V5. 59, College St. Nashville, Tenn.
Wli have now in store, and win continue to receive un
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 in New York until the last of March, which give
us the advantage ot new designs in many goods wnicn are
not to he found in any other house in the city. We respect
fully request our friends' and the public generally to cxam-
Jji..r it.-?!. v.- ?ii ...ii
jne our gooas uuure muiuiig iueir purcuases, as we win sen
low lor cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20-ltv b o STEVENSON & WHITE.
Shelbyville Expositor copy.
j TOY'S HALF HOSE. Wc have just received a lot
5 XJ ot 1
Cotton half hose for Boys.
MYERS & McGILL.
QUGAR. 200 Hhds Louisiana Sugar various grades
kj For sale by april 28 VY H GORDON k CO
LIKELY NEGROES FOR SALE. A No.
I Cook, Washer and Ironer, about 38 years old;
ANol 7' " " " " 25 " "
3 " " Girl, from 13 to 18 years old;
8 " " Boys, " 11 " 16 " "
Apply to may2 GLOVER & BOYD.
i RAH AM BREAD. Graham Bread for dispep-
VJ( "CS, cuu oe uau every outer aay at
my4 R. k J. NIXON'S:
IfJJtELEIZED IRON lOJTTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES
TALS, TABLE TOPS, sC.
mHE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invif nnhV, t
JL tentioa to their Marbleized Iron as one- of the greatest
discoveries of the" age, and for which they received the
Gold Mbdal at the last fair of the American Insti
tute, and tbe Mkdal at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan-
f T.i;tli(a' dull) .( W.cLtvnfAn Cn 17l,.i. , .1 'tf-U
of this year. .
This material, having a metalic basis, is more durable
and cheaper than Marble; its reprentations, of precious
Stoattanuuiecnoicem aiaroies, in more than wxty diiier-
' eat varieties, are.exact and surpassinglv.beautifal; it is ca
pable of resisting a greater degree of beat, and it cannot be
, - ' ' M 'filT.AC 7 XXXfn-QtXSCL
Tho -aH&chiriB deeartaieut of this Co. is under the sn-
perintefideace of K;'T. & J. P. Williams, the inventors of
the system, asa tae bowmnu, ww gsurai nuatnona aepart
mant that of John' Rdbok, to whom all coKimtwieaiioaa
may be stressed, at. tbenmeipal WareKooms, 818 Broad
way, sew JCotk. imayjr
JOHN YORK feCO.
ntrrrDBr looK-ixDnf g. l'
A practical .treatise on Book-kwpiag by single a&d deable
eery, dooigned foe feeaseofTractwal Accouataate, Seboote
ad S4nd4g; cootiiniBg mne ste cf h6i, for impartisg
geaeral ksowledgeof be siescr, with numareaa aad va
ried entries, and illaefating Single aad Iriner&ip 2?
sineee, botk prosperous aad adverse; also a set cCSteafn
ooat Boehsi practical .forms for keeping books, calculated
to ease labor in the various branches of busiaeee: Commer
cial calcuktioae, &, kc 3usk published
For sale by JOHN YORK & CO.
FULTON AND EASTMAN'S SOOK-SEEPIKG.
A Practical system of Book-keeping, by singkeaterry.
For sale by may3 JOHN YORK & CO.
SCIENCE OF THINGS FAMILIAR.
By Dr. Brewer. The object of this book is to explain
scientifiically, and in the most concise and intelligible mea
ner, about 2,000 questions of the common phenomena of
Life. It contains an amount of useful information never be
fore collected in so convenient a shape.
Forsale by mayS JOHN 1 ORK & CO.
JOHN YORK & CO. are Agents for the Mowing
Reviews and Magazines:
Harper's New Monthly Magazine $3 00
DeBow'sN. O. Commercial Review 5 00
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine 5 00
The South Western Monthly 8 00
Graham's Magazine... ...-i 3 00
iodey's Ladys Book ... 3 00
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 Vlesale and Retail.
Ladies, if therefore a-handsome Dress yon wish to get,
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 apply;
For Shawls are sold at prices extf emel v low,
At the Philadelphia Store of Sohn, Hi)lman & Co.
If Collars, Chemisettes, Needle-work Sleeves,
Cuffs or Fine Embroidered Handkershiefs,
You desire to purchase extraordinary cheap,
'Tis the Philadelphia Store such articles always keep.
Or if you wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen,
Then plejie examine those at Number Eighteen; -There
s the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro
cade, And every other kind that ever was made.
If a Bonnet of the latest style you want,
Rutland Gim, Gossamer or Rich Blond;
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At the Philadelphia Store.-for their stock's entirely new.
Of course there are many things which we cannot here men'
To which we would solicit vour kind attention:
In factalmost anything in the Dry Goods line,
You'll find therefrom qualities inferior to the most
And daily too we shall receive many extras,
Per our friends Adams & Co's. great Express;
Who, unless there 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. 18, Public Square,
Where business is ulways done fair. L. n.
iashville, April 21, 1853.
GOODS TO SUIT THE MILLION!!
Unheard of Bargains at the Empire Clothing Store.
5. on Mis south side of the Public Square, first door
East of W. W. Berry dz DemotiUe's Drugstore.
WILL offer to the citizens and surrounding, country such
great inducements to purchase at wholesale. Hav
ing established facilities for the importation weekly from our
manufacturing establishment of the largest supplies of ueadv
made clothing ever brought fo this city. Our stock of goods
are manuiactureu ot superior Uloths, Cassimeres, .Linens,
Vestings, and a large assortment of Shirts, Suspenders and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. We do not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articTe3.or prices. We are determined to
take a leading part in the trade ol this city and country a3
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, riease giye us a call betore going elsewhere aud
satisfy yourselves of our motto, "small profits, quick sales,
no trouble to show goods, and will not be undersold."
aprilU SEWttLiii, ItUTJiSUUlLU & CO.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling
sincss my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in futi
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March k Son. An
I 1UIUI m
ptrxiiis indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. 1). JLAKCJi.
Igf jihankiiutor the liberal share ot patronage hcreto-
iure, u cuiuiuuiiuce ui iuc same is respcciiuuy solicited.
jana ,J. JJ. JSOAKUH k SON.
Hope Cotton Factory,
PITTSBUHJir, PENNSYL VANIA.
THE nub3criber being desirous of giving his whole atten
tion to his Iron Works at New Castle, Pa., wishes to
dispose of the Hons Cotton Factouv.
This establishment enjoys an unrivaled reputation, and
the Hone Yarns always lind a market, in preference to any
others not manufactured at Pittsburgh. The 31511 contains
a little over aupo spindles, j he machinery is all in perfect
order, and now in active operation, having all thelatcst im
provements for making iTarus of the best quality at the '
The Diouertv is bounded bv the Allesrhenv Itiver and
Pennsylvania Canal, and consists of about five acres of
ground, with the Cotton Jeactory buildmg3, machinery and
.twenty-hve dwelling houses. I will dispose ot it entire, or
1 will sell the machinery, and tbe ground and buildings
1 am prepared to sell on the most taborable terms, requir
ing but lime cash, and giving very long tune, and easy
payments, on the balauce.
To persons who contemplate eugaging in the Cotton busi
ness in the West or South, this offers an opportunity seldom
to be met with. The same amount of machinery could not
now be supplied by manufacturers in less than twelve
mouths, whilst this could be removed and put into operation
at once, with a reputation and line of custom already estab
lished, worm thousands to a uoiton mu, and which it takes
years to acquire.
1 wouhisuoscioea, large amount ot the purcnase money
as stock, in a Company that would, conduct the business
here without requiring my personal attention.
mi . . . r Ti n .
iiic properly, irom lis convenience lor procuring materi
als, is admirably situated for the manufacture of Machinery,
Locomotive Engines, tc. To a Company formed for this'
purpose, I would give the most liberal terms, and if desired,
would also subscribe a large amount as stock.
For further particulars,inquiro of myself, or Mr. Mobkisox
robfti at my uuice m i msuurgn.
may4: d wlm n Pittsburgh, Penn.
Florence Gazette, Huntsvilie Democrat, Columbus,
Ga., Sentinel and South Carolinian, Columbia S, C. will co
py tbe above to the amount of $5, and send bill to this office
tor payment, bend paper tnarkxa
HARTFORD LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prest HENRY L, MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000.
XNSURANCE on lives of white persons on the joint stock
JL and mutual plan..
Persons wishing to insure cannot nnd a more responsible
A.bX . i J If. wuiutu ju l vj, .mi wunu v ..i7, Jk.
lips& Hart, Lindslcy k Crocket, Morgan & &o.f M.S,Pil-
S"Pamphlets showing the advantaees offered by this
ijomDanv win dq luruisuea uuuu uuuiiciuiuu 10 iuc uuuer
" I i r i 1 r i . - t
Bigned, who has been appointed, agent lor no Company
ti. a. Ltuvms, Agenr.
Northeast corner of the Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. II. U.K, AlAETI.V. irj; i
Drij.P. Fonn. f Medical Examiners.
g"Insurance on the lives of NEGROES on tbe most rea
sonable terms. apnl 12 2m.
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE.
THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA a Dictionary of Ru
ral Affairs, embracing the -laost recent discoveries in
Agricultural Chemistry. By C W Johnson, F R S.
THE FRUIT GARDEN a treatise on laying out and array
ing Orchards and Gardens. By P Barry.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST with directions
for rhe propagation and Culture of Fruit Trees. ByJ,
GARDENING FOR LADIES and Companion to the Flow
er Garden. By Mrs Loudon.
THE ROSE its History, Poetry, Culture, and Classifica
tion. By SB Parsons.
THE AMERICAN BOSE CULTURIST also full direc
tions for .the Treatment of the Dahha. For sale by
april CHARLES W SMITH.
FU1N1TTJRE! FURNITURE !
I AM just receiving a fine assortment of Fur
niture of. tbe latest and most annroved
oLyica, nuiisunuiuc naiiauKiattaivuuuuueaa- jc ij ,
ed. and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Havinc en
t.:-i. :n u- , .
larged my, Ware'rsoms, I shall keen an assortmeBt'M Gil
bert's i superior Fiaaea, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir-
f-- T.. - r ii i.. . . -' . i-
rues, a.v, c urmiuiij ui. mi iunus maaeto oraer. Arwna
sent tree to theliailroad or aavwhere in tbe iW. Homem
- ber 45,. Uftioa street, Cheap, .furniture Deo&
l at. tt: m -i -i n r
Ri W. BROWN,
AJTT 6 It 2TJ3Y IK LA W
0c, U SUirs, Ne. i Chmy itwet,.
"TTTILL, ia eosBeetioa w4th tbe rac of Uw; atee;et:
Y T as Awwrr for tfee- pHrotoae aBg-eiew kwimwi,
Reatifig ad Lwwipg laxwsj Howes aad Lots, 4k?' m
MKR E. XOCKHART isost reepeotMiy
aBBonaew fetfae Ladies of Nashville sad
eeaafrv. tbatshe W; inot tmkJtw! Kri
from New York, fee ktest aad sost&ehloiiable weortaeat
m JUiieaary lioods, angaria Styles, and wait seieflfed. If
aay oae wishes a real Fashionable Boaiwt, kae m at Ne.
li, CBerry street, and wwsre for tbeHwlw
assets. Ribbons. Iwwsrs. TriHMBiiwrs JirTi-
tei-He. ' ' '
Orders from the country promptly attended ie.
Thankful to the Ladies for their fbnaer verv liberal
ronage, hope still to merit a coutiBaaaee of their fevers.
, MRS. E. LOCKHAkT,
april7 tf No. 14. Cherry skeet.
Selling off to Close.
AT WHOLESALE AND SET AIL.
W MEREDITH, having determined to chasgehis
present business ogers bis entire stock, of GOODS
ai very reduced prices, for cash.
Consisting inpart m follows: DRY GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, ie. Persons
wanting goods cannot fail to find it to their advantage to
call, as the satire stock will be sold at Wholesale or Retail,
to close, without reserve. april25 W. M.
Capital $2,018,75 652
ISAAC ABBOTT, SECT J. COLLIN'S, P2E't.
HENRY H. HYDE, Teaveuxo Aqext.
LIFE INSURANCE is simply sitting 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 snite to
gether, under a contract, to support each other's RunU-ies-la
case of death. In order to accomplish this it becomes "ne
cessary to establish a fund, which is1 done bya yearly con
tribution, duly apportioned among them according to their
expectationsof hfe,and the amount 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 end of one year, if be shoidd decease, his
family barely gets $20 00 with interest added, miking 21.20
only. Whereas, from a life policy they would get $1,000
with his proportions of the accumulation.
Further information can be obtained by calling on
P. P. PECK, Agent.
Da. B. W.Hall, ) . v . 6
Da. R. M. PoarEE, Medlcal Earners.
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
College street, Nashville, Tennessee,
TTAS just received a large and splendid assortment of
.1.1. UAmatT r UKmi UHrJ, UAKPET1NU, CHAIRS,
&c, which with his former stock, makes one of the largest
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All vcrk sold by me will be warranted.
dearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with u practical knowledge of the business, gives him ad vun
: . u -iri ..' . I?
"igw u otigwiuj; auuu ui iiuica us urc uuexcepuonuuie in
style and workmanship and finish.
2Sf Also, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil Cloth,
Solar Lamps, Girandoles, Looking Glasses, Matrasses ami
Clocks, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and examine. april26 A. P.
EXPRESS GOODS ARRIVAL, No. 5.
AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORE,
No. 18, PUBLIC SQUARE.
SEA GRASS SKIRTS, Parasolletts, Figured Lace, Win
dow Curtains, Jaconet Edgirgs and Inserting. Artifi
cial Flowers, Damask Table Cloths, Marseilles Skirts, Mar
seilles Counterpanes, Lawns at 8 cents per yard. Fine Morn
ing Berages, Fine Morning Tis3ues,Rich Figured Albevines,
LADIES' TRAVELING CASES AND WORK
BOXES per steamer Statesman. Just received anoth
er supply of Ladies Traveling Cases and Work Boxes, plain
and lancy ones. MYERS k McGILL.
PRINTED MUSLINS, LAWNS, &c.
At No. 57. Colleoe stuket.
JOHN K. HUME has just received a splendid assortment
of Muslins and Lawos, in great variety, to which navi
cular attention Is solicited. The most of these Muslins havo
been purchased at extremely low figures, therefore great
bargains may be expected by purchasers. Painted Muslins,
all colors, at8 to 10 and 12 centa per yard.
BEAUTIFUL BERAGES, SILKS, kc.
Rich fig'd Paris Berages;
India Twills, (hair cord;) ,
i. w ' v "
- unnny ao;
" Berage Robes;
Swiss do (double width,)
Chameleon Silks r
Checked and Stripd Silks,
Foni fig. Linen Cambrics,
GLOVES, HOSIERY 4c,
mplete 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 and Silk Gloves;
Ladies' Riding Gloves:
JOHN K. HUME.
Tp IGALETS, FOR CONCERT'S, kc Just received, a
JLt; new supply, mostly pure white. Also, bash, jeck aud
Bonnet Ribbons. ap23
VALLENCIENNES, Laces, Edgings and Insertings;
Val. Trimmed Pointed Collars;
Moniton do do;
Beautiful Painted Undersleevcs;
do do Flounciugs;
Dimity and Muslin Bands just received bv
JOHN K. "HUME,
april 23 No. 57 College street.
"ANTILLAS. New Style Silk Mantillas;
do do Lace. do;
do do Lace Points and scarfs: all
newest styles out just opened by JOHN K. HUME,
apnius sso. 57 College street.
FOR SALE. A very desirable house and lot
on Vine street, and next door to Mrs. Jas. K.
Polk. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vine street run
ning back 140 feet Tbe house contains 12 or 14
rooms, with necessary out houses.
U1AI ViSit & UUiD,
march2G No. 50, Cherry street.
WalnutJockey Club Association Races.
THE Spring Meeting over this course will commenco on
Monday the 16th day of May next
FiestDat. Association l'urse $250 Two mile
Secokd Dat Association Parse $150 One mile
Third Day Association Purse $100 Three mile
Fourth Day Association Purse $200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 8 year olds, one mile and repeat $75
entrance, $25 forfeit Three or more to make a race, te
I XiiiUiO AiiU VivoC iiiu XOy UttJ UX ilUl 11. X lie X
giye $100 provided the stake is filled. To be
nrst day ot the meeting.
name and close tho 1st day of April. The Association to
run oa the
A bweepsiaKe lor an agea-xwo mile neats iuo en
trance, $50 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock,, preceding the regular
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to be made to the Secretary under seal.
march5 td b E. R. GLASCOCK, Sec'y.
NE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS
FLOUR. I have just received a hundred barrels
superfine flour, cho ice brand-
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. The Assessment
Roll having been completed and delivered to me, will
remain in my othco in the City Hall for tbe inspection of
Tax Payers, for t en days. All who wish to examine the Roll
will please call within that time, and if no correetioa is made
py appeal to the aayor, the same will be ooaetaerea nnai
and correct mayo. E. A. RAWORTH.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of sew styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
w i . 1 mA4- Dt.nU A T?n n nr.
w e nave atso a Deauuim uhjmmu
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's FurnishingGoodsof the fmesi and most
costly articles: ooh as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS. STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davks aad Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qaaJities; UNDER SHIRTO and DRAWERS of
varioos qualities a&d materials. Gestleaiea eaa depeed Bp-'
oa being supplied at aBy time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by celling at our esiftbSsbeent on Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
, ja30 CLIFTON & ABBOTT.
TOYS LASTING GAITERS ;
Jr Gents extra large do;
GeatNaMiaerS: - -
" Beet French Calf Panp Seois;
" " " " Stiteb'4" dec
LseHee Spr. Lifht Ctofe (vMb ) QeJtors;
" V yroMiaee; ej. .,
IGeses md Chilfcens " .le;
ALSO. A large tot ef Sek-Lea4bec ad a&.te al
obeap Trusks. 'Jt reeeiYed by'
atari2 .! RAMAGE k OHURCX
l - - - - - - i v a m r - -
J cwt,jiMtwtvsdfey fl JC. Si J, XIXON. U W. H. GORDON , 1
4k ' c- ----- -" 1
XSX IJfFALLIKLX COflSH XWXBT.
DR. C. WTL"fc.xa:irc
Cp!Bd Palmeaic Jtals&a of WiM 8ferry awt "Wd
For the cure of Coughs, Cdde, Marsme, J3tei,
Croup, BrOHcM, SpU4ng of Blood, Asthma emd Sr.
McLlmobssvillk, Tewa., March 27, 185.
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: We are ot of yew Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. Sesd us sesw. eC
it on the reception of this letter. The people here have jest
ound eat that it is a first-rate medietas. ReepecMelly,
Okaloxa, Miss., May 19, 1852. f
Da Chas Willlivs Dear Sir: We. have actively ea
gaged ourselves in the sale of yoHr Balsam of Wild Cberry
ana Wood Naptha since you was here, and yoar medkiae,
on trial, is giving much satisfaction. We have- but cea
bottle on hand, and wish you to send us a few dozen bottlea
as soon as possible. Respectfully,
FONTAINE, HERRFFORD k CO.
Lawrences urc, Tenn., Feb. 4, 1852.
Dr C Williams Dear Sir: Your Balsam of W1M
Cherry is going off like bot cakes. We have only oae hot--.
tie oa band please sead us three or four dozen aa soos as
convtr.jcnt. Yours, Respectfully,
GILLESPIE k KYLCE.
Florexcb, Ala., Dec 19, 1840.
Dear Sir:1 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 four weeks. 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 Cherry and Wood Naptha, He did so, and
took ono bottle, and it stopped the cough almost immedi
ately, and has not since returned, nor has he had any symp
toms ol it since.
I have used many cough medicines, and have tried aad.
seen used, all the balsams and nostrums of the present day,
and I verily- believe that yours is superior to them all.
I remain yours, T J KILPATRICK, Principal oT
the Florence Male Academy.
For sale Wholesale and RetaiLand oc Agency by J.M
ZlMMUiAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the ucnera .
Agent for thisqputor and valuable preparation at the city ot
Nashvillo nd surrounding country. It is also for,sale by
the folio; is. Druggists:
CARTWRIGHT fc ARMSTRONG,
W.W. BERRY, " - ' '
H. G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING k CO., ;
CURRY k MARTIN, Nashville.
BINGFORD k McDERMOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, pM?- t
F. S. WOLRIDGE, f FronllD. T
HAWKINS &T0WLEP, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the Slate of Ten
nessee, and all the bouthem and Western States.
may 1 lm d tw w
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
BEYTE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children. ol
men. Dr. Larzett's JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreativc Elixii,
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of nat ut i .
It is all that it professes to be, vie Nature's great restoralt ve,
and remedy for those in the married state without oflspi in .
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General Debility,
Gleet, Weakness of tho Genital Organs, Nervous afTccttins,
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consump
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lusai
tude, Female Weakness, Debility, Jcc, It is warranted
please the user in any of the above complaints, and i
priceless value to those without Offspring.
Caution Extra. Find thenameof Comstock k toth
era on the wrapper and never buvit unless you find th. a
names as it has been extensively counterfited of lale.
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison.
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG!
Wholeia.e and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and Mwrket
Streets, -Mishville. julylz dtrw & w 12m.
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.'
A3IR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the use of three tot'
ties of the Magnetic Ointment, liad his hair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair aa any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of nge, bad1
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle He bad
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving aad
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It wis one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of tbe Otat
ment he was thoroughly cured, and fur seven montbii past has
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of inflammation of tht-epUen.
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by tho use of only four bottles of theilagnetic Oint
ment. This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Daa
ham,) is still in good health, ana able to attend to her uhmI
household duties. I have treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Eyes with tbe Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
it? r j . . i i , i .1 r- ., x
ouna, as toneeu an uiieuuaui u leau luein irom piace m
place. One of them had been afflicted 18 years, the otber,
about 9 years. They had tried the best physicians in tbe
State, without benefit; and one of them had been under
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, fk"
eighteen months, and had expended, hundreds of dollars m:
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are bow by use of tbe
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and ate able ta
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of case3 of Piles, and in no case has.it
failed of giving immeduite relief and generally a permanent
cure. I nave also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within the. last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use ofjthc Magneti.
From a thorough trial of tho Ointment in nearly every
disease for whiek it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of tho most useful remedies ever of
fered to the nublic Rccnectfullv Yours.
BURTON HUEBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of thk Ointment, as an efficient remedy, a
established ia this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of -this,
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