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G-B'OCEEIES. FalfT3 & CLAC2, vriraEESAZE geocees, CommLssioti aad Forwarding' JHerclmntHj Cottoa and Tobacco Factom, Com" sf College and durch ttreds. XuOiiille. COFFEE 00 bags Rio; 60 bags nirvana; x 50 do Lsrjuyara; 50 do Java. -.'. CIOAES 20,000 Imp. Havana; 18,000 American;. 100,0000 Cuba 6's and Jtelee Cigarp; CANDLES 200 aoxesSpenrt and Star- , 200 boxes Sterine an Tailow; COTTON YARNS A lo. Of assorted os, Osnubura,su- periot quality st manufacturers prices; . ' rF.UITS 100 bxs RaUirts, assorted sizes; Po drums Figs 50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans; FISH 50 barrels and ha'f barrels Mackerel; 73 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines; FLOOR 200 bblsGalligOj 175 Cincinnati; , 75 do'St-Xoms (Harrison's;) GLASS S00 boxes Window, all sixes; 125 da QL, Pt, and 14 It. Flasks; 75 do Vint Tumb era and Goblets; . j 60 do Squall and Cap Jars; .' -' C 90 Demijons. five and three gallons; . TOON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes, . , , LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;, 10 cas-s Scotch Ale " .' ; 75 ban-els American and French Brandy; 95 do Apple and Peach " 400 do Avhisfcy, various brands; 50. do Holland Gin; 25 do S. E. Rum; 25 do Wine, various kinds; 100 "do Cider Vinegar; MOLASSES 150 bbls and J bbls reboilcd and S. House; 75 tibls St Loais and N O Golden Syrup; ' ' NAILS -150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; , 150 do Wheeling, " " - PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; 10 case Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; IfXr.bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and "Pulverised; "25 do Loaf (i-iovering's;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coase; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap; SEEDS 43 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; . TOBACCO 50 boics Chewing, assorted brands; 25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article; . SUNDRIES Indigo,, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead, Powder, Shot, Salaa-atus, Soda, Axes," Chains, Painted Buckets, A, Ac. . For salo low for cash by PERKINS k CLACK. C53Libcral advance30n consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; ' 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Bee3rVx, Tallow arid Ginseng. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or.Groceries. inay3 PERKINS i CLACK. EDAVAItD.S & HARRIS, ' mrOLESALL" GKOCEES, . "FORWARDING ANI C03IJILSSIOX MERCHANTS, Dealers in .randies, "Wines, Cigars, &C. CORNER OF COIJ-EGE AND CHURCH STS. XASIiriLLE, TEXX. Q UfJAR. 200 hhds Prime ifewSugar; O 50 barrels Clanhcd sugar; 60 do Crushed do; 10 Just received and for sale by EDW may 22 OLASSES , SYKOP, &C 150 bbh Prime Mo S0 bbls Snagr House Molasses; . lasses; 10 bbls Golden Syrup; ceived and for sale by may 22 SOkes Golden Symp.-iuotre- EUWAUDS llAliltlfe. COFFEE. 500 bags Green Rio CoiTec; 100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St. Jago Coffee; i5 rio Java uo, just receiveu auu iui, mj , rmriPiKi . HATMtlS: may 22 SALT, JTAILS, Jkc 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt; 500 bags Flneand Coarse Salt; COO kcjrs Nails and Brads, for Nile by - may23 EDWaRUS Si ILVRRLS. "MGAILS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars-; loo.uuo lmiiauou uo uo; 100 boxes Melee Cicrars; for sale by EDWARDS & llARRLS, may22 CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; 20 do Sperm do; 200 do Star do; " 100 do Mould - do; For" sale br may22 EDWARDS & HARRIS.- SUNDRIES. BBLS No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial, ,)J crcl: lilacs ana uuupowaer; 50 bbls Vinenr; 5 do White Wine Vinegar; 100 boxes Soap; .V do Starcli; r-0 bbK Iiouf Sugar; ) do Crushed do 10 do Pow'd do, ;t tiercos Dried Beet, 1 00 boss Cbc big Tobacco, assort ed, 50 caks Carb. Soda, 10 b.igs Pepper, 1 bale Clotcs, 1 do ,Ca?sii, !'. do Al'pice. - 5 ccroonslndigi. VJQ kita No I and 2 Mackerel; 25 do Salmon; 100 bxs Scutch Herring; 20 cases Sardines; " ICO bxs M R Raisin; 20 do Layer do, fiO r bxs do do, 5 Uerccs Rice, 20 frails SSAhnonds 15 bags S S do, 25 sacks Pecans, 20 do Cream Nuts, cans Prunes, f, do Citrons, 2 casks Curranta, 5 hf bbls Cranberrie- 10 cases Pie Fruits, SJ0 do Pickles, 20 do 1'ioe Apple Cheese, 100 do Bent's W ater Crackei?, 15 do Pepper Saricc, 20 do Sngar Crackers, lihds JlaJder, lil brs Ginrer. 10 boxes Or I'cppcr, 20cascs Toughsoii'i, Bit ters. 25 cases Tomato Catsup, 15 do Iemou Syiup, 2) reams Wrap Paper. 100,000 Corks, assorted. 20 do tda do, 10 do Picnic do 60 bbls Water and Butter Crackers. "With a great variety of other articles, for de by may22 EDWARDS k HARRIS. B It.VNDIES, AVINES, &c 20 qr casks line ISran- dies. 20 oo uranay wncmes, 2 puncheons Irish Whi-Ay, 2 pipes pcre Holland Gin, 1 hbd Jamaica Rum, 2 do St. Croix do. 100 Bbls Ohio Whisky, uOdolll) Country do. SOdoPcniuRyc do. 103 do American Brandy, 20 casks iondon Porter ICiO bbl Walker's Ale, fUl do Wood's Pitts, do. 20 cases Ncwai k Cider, EDWARDS A HARRIS. 10 hf pipes do do US V do do do 5 casks old Madeira, 5 V do Sherry, 60 X lo Port; 0 S Malaga, 60 Baskets Champagne, Mumm'a Flcur de Selley Anchor, Bonchc, k other brands, 25 cases Cordials, 80 do Claret Wines, 20 do Muskat do. In store and for sale by LARD OIL. 50 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil, for sale by may22 EDWARDS k HAIiRlS. nucn nccaEA. rarxi TEcnAss. McCUEA & TERUASS, Wholesale Grocers, s.vl Dealsrs in Foreign and Do mestic Liquors, Flonr, Iron, Castings, Salt, &c, Chmer of Eroa-i and i olleoe ', NASHVILLE, TENN. SUGAR AND MOLASSES 175 hhds Prima New Orleans Sugar, 75 bbls Loa', Crushed,, and Pulverized Sngar, 150 do Reboilcd Molasses; 100KUU,S do; 2o kegs Golden Syrups In fctore and fur eale verr low, lor Cash or Produce, by may 21 ' McCREA k TERR ASS. OFEEE, FLO UK, CANDLES, &c GOO bags Rio Coflie; 60 do Lnguara do, . 200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands; - - 1 CO boxes, ii boxes, and V hoxes Star Candles; 75 do Summer and Tallow Candles; . - AO do Doyles Superior Soap; 7t do Starch. For salevery low, by may21 AleCREA k TEKRASS. 1KON.NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL- AXV.S. 130 Tons Boiled Iiun, warrauted; 10 do Bells hammered Iron; PoOKegs NaiU, assorted sizes; 20 Tons Pittsburgh Castinjp; 5000 lbs English Blister, Craw ley and Cast steel; 20 Boxes Axes. For tale, bv may2l McCREA k TE11RAS3. LIQIIOKS SJtf pijcs Brandies, some very fine; 1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand; 1 Puncheon Irish Whisky, very fine; 25 a Casks Port Wine; 5 i Casks Sherry; 10)i doTennerifTe; 25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts; .10 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries; 40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky; 85 do Sam Davidson's Extra do; 60 do Copper distilled Whisky; CO do Monongahela'Ricdo; 0 do American Brandy; 15 do American Gin; lOdoN. 11 Hum; 35 da Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib eral terms, by may21 3IcCREA k TERRAS TOBACCO AND CEGARS.-.25 lioxnsLonghorn and AnnWead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do; 30 boxes Muscodam Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky do; BO0O0 Havanna Cigars, various brands; f0000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do; mav21 JdcCKEA k TERRASS. s .VI.T. 1100 Bng?i fine Salt 1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt for sale lowbv maj-21 McCRKA A TERRASS. SUNDRIES. 5 BaiTcls Biiuutone; 20 do Copperas, 10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper; S do Alspice; 2 cases Indigo; CO cases Imperial arl Gunpowder Teas; ' 1 Cask Madder, s sl;s rutty (in Blad'rs) 400 Bags Shot, assorted; 2i Casks Soda; 60 Boxes of ieiinv Liud and Quart Flask-; 100 do Pi-ut and Half Pint l'lks; 200 Gros". Mason's Blacking; 100,000 Percussion Cai; a Bbls Alum; 000 Lbs. Dried BceQ 4ii0 Demiioh.is. n'sorted. The above will be sold vciy low at the comer of TJroad tnd College streets, by McCRUV A TI31BAS3. maygl u . 3IcCItKA St. TIJKKASS, Ccraercf Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Tenn, AgcnttfrSutiC J'tttttrurahaiid IVfadiivt, XXX, and CekbraU'd KituetCs PALE AXES, POUTEK njCOWX STOin. HAVE now iu store the following, which thry will sell at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day : 125 BbNO WSmitfi's Pittsburgh Ale for summer me; 130 " Kennctt Brand cual to the best Scotch Ale; 100X 5 '' rr milr nsc; 0 Cks Bottled do; raay23 ly o. Jao.Lelper, V. A. Kansoni. K.P.Menifee LKIPnt, KAXKitI ic CO. Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission Merclumts. KcarRxnaoKocsn. HAVISG large and commodious Brick Ware Houses within 40 yards of the Railroad Depot, will receive and forward Goods consigned o their care, free of drayage at his; point, oct 10 ) Darren l-oatcu-fsr; fiiSSMaoetfulIy do Powdered do; 1 j S I glStle at his ARUS & HARKla. ' Gilberts hJAHO.i-UKi r.a, H. G. ANDEHSON & CO. Fashionable Clotliiufr Emporium. 1 On jlarlet s'trtet, Mull rVazes, JttcC!art Ci. I ' T3 AYK'riow In store one'of erretUt'tsiiortnients of Fash. I JUL lonablo ! SpricsandSnmraer Clollilng 1 everoferedinlhlsmarkf-Utielnsan entire new stock, having I thomlrortonetottTo oar Isitsuinmer'setoclc destroyed by. iithe Urn, on Union tt. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretoforebostowed ontlie.u, they earnestly solicit a con tinuance of'tho same,1 and promise 'that' nothing shall be wanting on their panto 'give entire samiacuon io.au wcu will favor tb;m whbacall. Our stock consists In partof Black, arid Fancg' Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi meres, Drop D'ete Cdssimeres, Linen, Alpaca, Dress, IVick Sheanerr Cassimeres, Satin, Grass, and Sack Coats'. Beit of Mack and Fancy Silt, Sitin, Cashmere ValenceU, Linen and Marselles, r ome ofthera beautifully embroidered. ALSO a good assortment of Voutlth unit Hoys, Clothing; Hats or Every Description and style, amongst tbein some extra Bnp .,,,,; , together withavory article required" for a gentleman's outat. I Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestlngs, a fine assortment, which . . . , . i ii ...ir..n (a n-.lt-lnthA most faith ionable style. Givo ue 'a call gentlemen. Ti e think we can convince yon this is the place to buy a SjDKHsijN" mayS. 111 STOSHLAKK.' ' ' ' Jk'inc Urnndic!,, Wine, A.C., A:c. Cfli Kpes pnre Brandy, ditferent brands: CJh do superior do old; 51 Pipes sninor do old; 50 BasSets Champagne, different brawls, 5 quarter casks laaderla "Wine, old and nn . . 20 do. do do; 4 ' do Sherry do fine; - 5 do flue Port do; 20 good do do; , 10 barrels Pure S. M. Wine; 2 pipes flolland Gin; - . , ; 2 casks Jamaica Kum; . . 10 box asd cordials;' " " 23 do Claret-Wnes;." . , 6 do Curaeoa Absycthe,Marachlna; ..;'! il00,0l0 Imported Havana Cigars; 50,000 Domestic Cijars; for sale by, tlecS. li. S. CHEATITAM & CO. J. X. HAT. vs. ANDW. QKilUM. nil' Picket Tobacco Warehouse, HAVNES A: OltASIAIT, I'roprlclors, CORNER OFEIGHTH ANI) "MAIH STREETS, t.onIsvIllc,Ky. rriHE above fire proof Warehoasels much enlarged and is JLdninga Ono twines. Our receipUhave been upwards of 10,000 hoziheads.sHico the npenlng of our bouff 1st ol October, 1I anuenr sales nave oeen very saiiiacmrv. jrvooor, iii buhbhi im a. u v w. . , Our mode of selling is as follows, vizt Every hogshead -j It nut u'n add sold on Us own merits, audaftor the sale it Is witnthoownerto conflrtnor rnecttho tame. at nlsplc&suns. , OnrrColtarpei-hogshead cover all charges to thn owner, afurits arrlial altho warehuose; and he receives Ids money j at the warehouse office as soon a the blll9 can bo made out. We are prepared U pay all charges on t'obacco consigned to I ii.nd hftldltiuiblectlo'theinslrucllbns ofthoowuer. 'I'hUtfiVrnliniiao isnow dtiln?lhe rnet extensive ba.lncss i orany Tobacco warohous.' in henlucky, and wa pledge ourselves to attend strictly and promptly toell Tobacco I entrusted to our caro; and We refer to our past year's bus- " iness mercnants, smppers,aiiu i.iauiriBenrrauj. , Wrv rtuneetfullv. feb.2G. HAYNKS & 'GRAHAM, Proprietors. i'lAMWKV TtlK public are hereby res- lnformod that the snD3Criber lias lor Store, on union atreewwo or I. with nts im-provea patent r.ao- trade Is large mid well nssorledespeclallyhut Sheet Music, &c., which Is abundant and selected with judgment. ' ap.23 tf. JAMES DIGGOA. w s - 2 if 5 E2 v2 "2 S'S s, " it - ..o Pi a oUiV.S i - 5 U X 5 :s5g5sw.1ssisP 2 I 2j5 -J ar' o- 'Jt 2 cocS V 2 g rn 5 q . - O t 4) to V .". '-',, h :r u. " S r P. 13 of o. 7 H-5 CT S s t. n "2 5 S! - S r. C. rr- 7- P O NICIIOL & PEACOCK. WHOLESALE GIIOCEUS, rorwnrdinc V Conimi-iion Merrliams. Corner of Market and Church streets, NASHVILLE. TESN. nscMH iiOBii'rs, JiY N1CIIOL r? 1'EACUCK- WII ITJ1 J.ll A . .TOOkegs Schoonmater s celebrated Pure VVlUto Lead, direct from the Jlanurm-turer. tp. SICHOI, .tc PHACOfJK. T7LoiJt '-0(1 hbls White Wheat Flour, X 500 do star brands, apt. do no NICIIOL & PEACOCK. RALSliNN. 50 boxes an.. Fresli Kaisens. MCIIOL & PEACOCK. OYSTERS 50 boxes Iloblnson Wcntz's celebrated -splc'd Oysters, put up in Glass Jars;warnmtedto keeplnanycllmate. NICHOD A PEACOCK. r' XiiV lit ACOTPU E .50 ba;s"l Jgu ria Coffee prime Xj artlcler do Jamaica do ap. S3. NICHOL it PEACOCK. QUDMIHD StJA1t. 15 bbls Puear. NICHOL A PEACOOK. WMISICV.-- JCObbls VhLky. MCIIOL & PEACOCK. I-I.IJX !V.i:ii SUObushels ilillet ed fresh. NICHOL & PEACOCK. Bitot) .US. 20 dozen Shaker Brooms. Nl CHOI. & PEACOCK. ElVT'CWt 1S A.N is vi.tTuuii I,lKS. 50 dozen superior Cotton Bed C'd and Ploah Line.. ap. iviLiiui. cc rtAi,uua. fl'Alt.-30 bbU North Carolina Tar. NICHOL & PEACOCK. JL tap 1 Groceries, See. 100 lias Green Rio CvtTee; ju iioesneaus hnzar; SO Bbls. Hcbotled Molasses; Boxes I'alm Soap: E-iO llbls. Pikes and Wilshlres Whisky. SO do Domestic lir&ndy and Gin; -5 do S. M. Wine: 50 B2cs assorted Cotton Yarns; s )6 npes uiu uor;. ttranuy; 400 Ilgjts rino and Coarse Salt; - -500 Bbls. Kanawha do. -.- -' y0 Kegs assorted Nails; ' - 25 do Wrought Spikes. -.l"BMs. So. 1. Rosin; 10 do TAR; : CO Bbls. Ohio Flonr; 25 do at. Lobis'o; . . ) Bales Oakum (Hemp.) 10 Reels do (Cotton.) " . 10 Bbls Lard Oil; - , SW do Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugary 4 Chests Jenkins & Co.'s Teas; 25 Colls Manella Rope; . ' 500 t's Cotton Wrappipg Twine; 50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread; S3 do Rulter.Soda and Boston Crackers; Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, Gln?er, Black Ing, Mustard, Almonds, Cream Nuts, Star and Tallow Can dles, Dried Bef. Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground Splces,&c. luStoro and for sale by J.19. It. STEWART & CO. rutitxvasA'i' HAT ':.!! lllb-ia van- Ami Pitts. 1 ! rtrwm'rn ' . i51rl hurg.Buck dec. 5. "iramberric. 5 hbls received and for sale, by J dec. 5. R. STEWART A CO. P"?an. -I TlbKCK 23. 50- Sngar Fiss,Just received by u.l via oc n,.. rKNiSSYJ.VATflA UAlUtUAD. rilHIS road now complete, it opens a communication bo X tween PiUbunr and Philadelphia, orl'iUsburg andlialll. morn. By which Freight from the west can teach an eastern market quicker and cheaper then by any of the presnt rival oates: they connect with Ilia daily rackets at Pittsburz, from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheelim, and all the different poinHontlio western waters. Also with the Cle.c. land and Pittsburg Rail Road, aud Ohio and I'eimsjhania Rail Road at Piltsbnnr. Carsrim through between Pittaburgh nnd Philadelphia wllhnuttranshipmeiit of freight, an advan tage that can bo appreciated by all shippers. In case nf obstruction cf navigation by Ice or low water freights westward can bo forwarded from Pitteburs lo CIn liiiiiali. or towns in the Interior by Railroad. RATES OP t'KXH'JI'r Between Pittsburgaud Philadelphia or Raltmorc. First Clas.". Ji'inter Svmncr Hates. Jtatei. Pry Goods, Boots and Stationary Boots, i per 100 lbs. Shoe's. Hals and Carpeting, Furs and Pel si tries. Feathers. Saddlery,-Ac. J feccoml CMunn. Brown Sheeting Shirting in Bales,") ' Drugs.Glass Ware, Groceries, except Cof-1 63 cts. t) cts flVe, Hardware, Hullow Ware, Machinery, f Oilcloth, Woolt tfje. J Third Class. Eutlerin Firkins &!CegS, Candles, Cot-") ton, in winter; tlueensware, Tall.iw,: 75 cts. '50 cts. Tohacco, In lcafor Manufactured, East ward, Ac. S-c. ' , Fmirtli Class. . Bacon, Cotton (In summer,) Coflee.Lard) and Lard Oil, (through) Pore in full car. S- C3 cts. 40 cts. loads at vwners risk. j tico; C. Francisciis, Fretght rfgent, riittbnrg. H. J. Snectlor, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. rtlnrrrsiw A: Koons, Freight Agents, Baltimore. j. r.. I'.uioit. Freight jlirent,Jre.7 ITetl at., A", r. II. II. ItoiiMon, Pen. Freight .lgct, Philadelphia. S. II. PARVIN, Merchandise anrt Produce Broker, ALSOi General Newepaper Agent, OFFICE ASD STORK, No, 30 Walnct'St, Cincinnati P Si. tf COFFEE. 200 ba;s Rio Coffee for sale by npril 23 . W il G0RD0NA CO llanattachmeut with iron rrametano compass oi o suuu, , octaves. Also, souio of those beautiful and superior intru ments made bviiacouit Kaveu, having 6H aud 7octaves, hriilre. Tho suDscrioers otaer biock in t Nashville Carriage Manufactory. '-CARRIAGES!! CAltltlAGIISI! It 2 rpnk Subscriber takes thisrm"etbod of retnrnin'gMs'm'ost 1 Mncere uhuks 10 ms menus ana ue puoucgenerajiy, iu.r the patronage he has already received, and would say, 'to them, that he no-n has on hand tl.e Lai geat uml Ilefct assortment of WORK ever oUcrod in this market; frnm.tho UghtTItOTTISO SULKY lo the Cneat CARRIOLA'CAK R1A GK, all ot my own Mann factura. - Persons from a distance can rest assared of alway finding, something that will suit their taste, "if In theehape'ofa Carriage," I have the best "Workmen to do my AVork. Call and see my assortment. N. U. I am prepared to build Work to order ushort no tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will sell or repair at as low a price as any good builder. FRKD. SLOAN, Jy. 14. Lower Market Street. TO TIIII'UIII.IC. THK subscriber begs leave to ctato that ho still carry on the COACH AND' CAKKlAGK BUSINESS, at his old stand onNorth Market st.twodoora below II. & B. Doaglass,& Co. "Keeps-constantly o'n'fiahd. hibu nu i aasorieu eiecK. irom 'a light uuggy to & uar rioia. . Thankful for past favors, he roost respectfully milch, 'a contInnation,hoping by cheapness, durabilily andgood work manship to merit your patronage. Jan2 ly. GEO., h. SLOAN. CU-lAItXNEICfjIUI?l HjWEthis dayassoeiatrd trilh mn In fhA 1mI nMi nfWAT.T. PAPkH MA NIT. ' FACTORING, Mr. L.M.Goaav. The busluciswill hereaf ter be conducted at the house formerly occulted by me, Xo.20,Uollcee st., next door to the ewauee House, under ; friends end the public generally forthe liberal patronage wnicn i nave received eceived. 1 tespectfullv solicit a continuance the old firm. lurh. 30, '53. C. W. KLAGES. of the same lo NASHVILLE WALL PAPER MANUFACTORY. KLAGES & GORBEY, jllauuiactnrers amllmjiorlcrs or all mxns or -Ye SO College St., vetl ioor to Sncanne Ilousr. CONSTANTLY rnanufactnrlngandonhand a large and gen eral assortment of Gold, ijatin and unglazed Papers, Flreboard Prints, Tca9ters, CnrtaiuPaiiers and Transparent Window S-'hades. jr? Houses paperrd at the shortest notice, by the best workmen in the city, ap. 22. Pure-Viiies mid iTijuors, for Ulcdlciual Iurpo!.ps. nHYSICIAyS.Hnieeistsand Invalids have" often oxperi- j- enced the almost impossibility ofprocuringapurewlno or liquor in the eounlry, when it becomes necessary to use tt for the restoration ofhoalth. The arrangements of the n jor tne rcsioraiii.u oi noauu. jijearraiiguuiviibBui iuu GrselfenburgCoinpany for the pnrpoe of guardlrig against fmoositionand adulteration, both in Europe andthiscoan' try,aro complete,and any bottle bearing thelrjeal,may be regarded as unquestionably pure tnd unadnlterated. In importing from New York what Upresumedto bothe purest articlo of Port Wine anil Itramlr. iial has beon offered for sale In the city, theubjcriber Las nnt fMm..i hr mnti,., ArnKrmiUninirMt Ho therefore offers these artlclesin cases orOKK-DOZEN EACIIatXew York prices, viz: S12 perdozen.v ""- " . Persons who may wish to obtain single bottles of either, may do so of li. xl. wlsStfiikL, Opposite state liank, Union street, Aui iiACEt.izij, ) Agent, Graf, company. x Justarrlvea perEieamooan;amornia,anaiorsaie cnesp. 2,000 poundsAIalher's celebrated New York Sews Print ing Ink, In Kegs and Casks. fjtyl p CUJIBEKXAND IIOTEIi, - Foot of Uroad Street, Directly opposite tlit Steamboat Landing, NASHV1HE.TK5S. J. L. GRACE, PROPRIETOR. THKuudersIgncd, thankful for the very liberal pat ronago bestowed on this liousa since lie opened it to jJiWL mepunuc ni.jarcu last, most respcctiuuy solicits conllniiancc'of public favor. TothoboarJInsandtravellli TothoboarJIngandtravelllng community, he would say, that he is now nrepared tozire themaccomraoilationsequaltoany Hotel In ttio city,1 hav ing procured ttio services of polite and attentive clerks, ex perienced waiters; and first rate cooks. The rooms are larje and pleasantly situated, eommandine abeautifalvlew oflha river and business portions oflho city. To persons wishing to travel by the river the house affords snnenor advantages. i being located ; Immcdlrttcly at.tlic Ijaiiitinp. The traveller who stops hero need never loose his chance ! of tho Crst boat. Bazzaga will always bo conveyed toand j from Steamboats by theservants of the boase, free of charge. ' Bill moderate. Nashville. Jan. 2.1. '53. J. r. GRACE. x, it'll iftsuis.vKci: .Titna Inxurancc Co. of Hartford. LIFU 1EPAHTMENT. Annuity Fund $150,000. IfXCLUSIVKLYheid pledged, nd appropriated, J with its re-erved accumulations, by the chartrt8 and regulations of the Company, to tho pryment of Annu Ites and losses upon Insurnnceon Life, and in no eventlla bleforother debts. contracts. liabilities, or emrazemcnts of. I tho company. ' TnoB. K. BEicr, Prcs't, S. E. I.ooxis, Secretary; K. A. Bflelet, Vice J. W. SrraocR, Act'y, Presdent. Managing Directors for the Life Department. ! K. A. UnKLiT, JonifL.Bosv.-xLL, t t KnataT Bcill, . Roland Mxtiier, ' 3hLtsA.TcTTLZ, Edwin G, JtirLir I HrftEi. 0.. Paarr. This being a Joint Stock propriety company, and condoc- I ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted stable , of rates of premium as low as is consistent with safety and . sivrA fnirrr than thoso of the Mutual Companies. 1 Applications for risks on white persons, received by the undersigned, who will furnish Prospectnsesof tho Compa auy, and any information relative thereto. KTplttsks ou slaves against diseases and accident causing death, taken; Polices' Issued and losses adjusted at this Agency. JOS. NASH, Agent, OEceN. W. corner Public Suare, opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, aug. 10, 1BJ-J. Alctlical Xlxamlncrk. .K. r 0."f; JL V. 0aee on,3toS, T. K. ftOBERT 0 THE FAItMEllS OFTESKESSEr.. rpHE undersigned having procured the exclusive right to - this State, flers forsale. First Prenii nm Machine: MANNY'S PATENT A DJUSTAliLE NOrtTIIEKN ILL1NOLS KEAPEK AND MOWER. Awarded the first premium for inowins, and the second for reaping, at tbe New York State Fair, in tha great trial at Geneva and New York, in July. In fonipotiton with eleven other Machines; awarded a Silver MedalaltboOhioState Fair for the best reaper and mower; and received the highest award at the Vermont and Michigan Stale Fairs, fortho beit reaping and mo Incr machine. Tho true merit oflhU Machine has given it a great triumph over all others, and be'.nira perfect combination ora Reaper and Mower, it comes toliia farmer with double value; and it is clearly demonstrated to be tbeonlv successful combination of Keaper and Mower. Asa inowerlt issinple and as perfect as though construct ed expressly for moving, nnd as a Reaper it is as simple and perfect as If constructed for reaping only: all tbe change that is necessary from one plan to the other, is to lnerlr remove a loo-e platform . With a pair of horses," one drver, the Machine will mow frira 13 to 2(1 acres per day, depending on the ground. It will reaplhcsatnc quantity requiring twohands,in running over broken ground. Ilio driver ran loner orclevatoas be may choose. The price of the Machine, delivered at Nalivllle,l S0, or they nil!, if ordered, bo delivered atMemphls, or any point on tho Mississippi, Tetween there and Mill's Point, or at any point on Cumberland river, between the Mate lli.o and Nthville, or at Chattanooga, or at any point between there and Nashville, on the Railro.id. at the same price. They are manufactured in New York; and as it will require time to bring them on, all who wish to procure one for the next reason, would dowell to address ineas soon & convenient, at Nsshvllle. ap. 5. L. P. CHEATHAM. - BLACK LACE IIUAMITS. Just received Materials for making 500 Bonnets, Plain Hats, 6 00. llicli Full trimmed Par is Flower, 7 to .?8. The Finest Materials and Superior French Trammings; likewise a large Stock of 1,000 Rich Fancy Silk Crape and Late Paris styles of Blond Jjice and Gossmar Lacs and Straw Bonnets, and Paris Millin ery in all its New, Novel, Beuliful and Ex quisite Stvles of Materials. OUR stock is now full and complete, making as Rich, Large and select 6tock as any Mllli-ery establishment in the United Stales, aud as regards prices, we defy com petition. After being 8 years established in business ia Nashville, and doing nearly the whole of the Kino Trade of Townand country, giving ns a large rale for I5oni::( :mt millinery Goods. We can and 111 sell 25 to SO per cent, lower than any house in the city. Having Ladies from Paris and the East to make up Fancy Ronncu, we are prepared to turn out as flneMillinery as at any part of the world. TO As 1 Intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase a Fall Stock of Millinery,! will give greata Urgalns lo reduce our Stock by the liu-tof May. nit" fans cuinon, liutoui, OMU eeuieWOrX, , Children a Hats, I-ancy Goods, etc. N. R. Gossamer Lare RonneU altered to new sin Klch fans t lowers, iiiboons, Laco and Needlework, Km- stock of In superior stile, having the only new shape Blocks in ihn siinn city we can make Ihcm good as new. ILT'lion't forget tbe housj.No. 46Union Stree',ncxt to the State Uank,cs ynu may save 25 or 30 pcrcentin prices. my. 3 K. W1SK, Agent. RIFLE POWDER. ouantitles to suit punhasers Our powder Is manufactured in Davidson county, and war ranted equal to any tn the market. Orders shall haye prompt attention. CHKATIIAM, WATSON & CO. ap. 14. at V.. II. Coupon & Co.'s, Public Square. COT-OA VAliAS. --a supply of .No.'s 5eo,T(T, ffb". and BCO "Syca more Cotton "i arLs," constantly kent bv P. J4- CIIKATILIMWATSON & ijo. KI.AtitiS ,V COIIIIV. Have Just recwived from the East, a large and well selected stockof Wall Paper. Also a variety of Gold, Velvet and common Borders, ceuunon and fine Window shades, transparent do. beautifully decorat ed Firfrecns,7reister,&c.,&c.,toi!etherwiih clargeslock eirown manufactured Papers, will enablethem loshow t ' l . i - N. B. Paper hanging done in the best manner, and on tho shortest notice. Country merchants wonld do wclllo examine onrsloek be fore purchajrlsowhcre. inrh 30,1853. "t7"Ar,UAM3 LiANII 1'OIE SAL..I WILL offer i forxalaon Saturday21st May, inst,at Ihe Court Ho'.uo In Nashville, II Loteof.Jid on tee north side of the Cum berland riveron" Vanehan'sTurnpike. aud near tha Gal latin pike, adjoining Thoaias Chad well and A. McFerrin and others, at ono aud two yearscrcdlt, bond mil security required and a leln retained on the lind untirthe purclia e money It paid. May 10 twl E. W. CJULDRES?:, S-.' SPRING OPENING MILLElfARY. ' MRS. II LOCKUART most respectfully Jrt announces to the Ladies of Nashville nn'rt i-T ,4r countrv. that she lias iust received direct l55l from New Yoik, the latest and most fashionable assortment of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. If anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet, please call at No. 14, Cherry street, and Judgo for themselves. llonnets, Ribbons, iloivers, Trimmings, and alnew Pat terns. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Thankful to the Ladies for their" former very liberal pat ronage, ( hbpe still to merit a continuance oftheir favors. ., MRS. E. LOCKUART, apnl7 tf No. 11. Cherry street LARD OIL 25 barrels pure water pressed Lard Oil.fus" received persteamerJohnFlmpson.for sale by ' fell 5. No. 73, Public Square, DAVIS & SWANS. WB havn now on hand, and are receiving from the Mills, Tull supplies of the rollonlngdeserlptions of Powder: Tennesseo RIHe.in quarter, half.and whole kcs. Blatine, in kegs of 23 lbs and barrels of 100 Iba each. ftTrMr P,. .a ft. " Q:0ODS,&O. Sprimr Imports 185S. ANDREW J. DUNCAN, HAS now in store afnllsioct of JBRITlBfl, FRENCH, GERMAN, and AMERItLVN Bsy Good's, adapted to the present and'approsieliiug' season, and to which he will continue to receive additions byeveiy steamer-; consistingpi- Black and colored Silks; FrenchJTusirns; Tainted Lawns; Wnted Persians Cbcne Royals; Black Dress Goods; French Printed Lawns; Ilareges; Crapes; Crape Losses; Tarltans; Dress Trimmings; Eiribr'd and plain Swiss; Muslins and Lawns; Embroideries and Laces; White Goods; Hosiery; Gloves; Cravats; Linen and Silk Hdkfs; Satin and Silk Vestiags; Silk and Satin Ribbont: ciotns ana uassiineres. Coltonades, J'ankebns, Kremlins, Chambry, Camlets, Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-4 Chintz, ti . . , . i T 1 1 i . i i !......,.. ifieacneu anu jiruwu Jiusiius, uieacneu auu wiutui iiin ings, Cambrics, Silk and LinenThreads, Spool Cottons, ic A L S 0 New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe-, and a general stock of Goods, which hois prepared to offer at the .lowest prices upon libe ral terms, aud respectfully invites the attention of merchants and the trade generally. A.J. D. is nzeut for several Iarse factories, and will soon be largely supplied, with tlicir oods. jNashville, Fcb-5!5. ISM. SPUING TRAD E . t n 0 II P S0 N & CO. N0..21 I'ubllc Square. Nashville HAVE recelvod their New Goods, and can assure their friends that they have never opened a spring stork so attractive they would call particular attention to their assortment of Rich "Dress Goods Plain Slikdraband Fn'y Colors, Plain lierego, oil colors, Rich Fig'd Bereges, Silk Lavender col's, French Organdies, " " Apple Greeu " . "lawn, - " " Lilac " Challeys. all colors, " 1SC0 yds Plaid India Sk'a, Garland for Kobes,s Rich Mantil'a Silks, Evening, Silks, B!k Satin National, Bridal Dresses, - lilk Gro de Shine,. 2000yards vcrvtlne and sliear Printed Linen Carabrlcis at SOcenti. ... , . , A great iargain COO yds (old fashioned) Drab and Lead col'd Pongees for traveling Dresses. Jaconets, Nain sooks, India dimities, Swiss and .French-Muslins, Cambrics, Hair skirls. Hair and Grass cloth for Skirts . L"AUKJOUU . Valencltfnea.Horiton and Kmbrold'd Musketeer Collars, CheoiisctU and Sleeves, Swiss and Jaconet Kmbrotderie. Flouncings, Dimity, bands Kicnly Embroidered Skirls, Bit Lace Veils, Valenclenus, English and Imitation Laces. &c. MAN"II.As7-SpTenuld Silk Mantles, all styles. Ap nllnna Lace Manilas lilk and col'd Black Lace Points I and r-cars, Telvr-ttrlmml l.ace Mantles All kinds of Lace and silK Goods fur Manlies corsets anu.mum.-svi an uuai. L iftKNS, A:J. Irish Linens, Linen Sheeting, billow Linens, Table Dfapers, Towelings, Alerscilles Quilts, Mutjin and Lace curtains. Damasks, &e. OIJltKJiJ"Gooi. Combazlnes, bilk Warp Al paca, Blkchally.flne de Laines, "Widow's cloths, canton erupts, Berege de Lane, Forlard silks, Hdkfs, colbrs,etc. : ifii,OEl.t,AE6ilti. Parasols, shades, splendid J.V Fans, Ribbonds, Dree Trimmings, Kid. Gloves, lice Mitts, silk GloVes, kid cat, Bonnets Misses Leghon Cats, best make of English silk aud cotton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents and Ladies." 1.riM AIVO ISOVJS AVKaK. Glsths, cassimeres, 1V Vcsti'ngs, cottanades, col'd Linens, nen JJrUUns. Frenbh Linens, china slk coating. Drab de etc, and summer cloths orau kinds. . , iiim-.!. nnnds nf nil kinds fcr servants. Prints chintzes. - f Glnham", Berege de Lalnes. wesolleltan early can, as we are con-urni our iuc, offersgreatlnducementsto buyers. THOMPSONS CO., nr. IP. No.Sil, PublleSquare. MOHK KlcTT GOOIJS. " . JUST KKCEIVKI) BV EXPRESS. . At ricliol Corner. IVo. 13, rouKra ok the Sqcars and Mireit st. RECEIVEO this dav by express, some very RICH and DKSIRABLK DRESf? GOODS to which I would cordially invite tho attention of my friends being confident they wi'l be pleased both as regards styles and Prices, viz: Extra Rich Paris Silt Tissues; " Satin Plaid Painted lierages; " llrochle Daraas de Vcroa?; " Super White Plain Satin; ' hinb'd Linen Cambric! Hdkfs; " Paris Trlni'd Valenclenne Collars and Sleeves; " " Vest and Sleeves; " Collars; And a great variety of other articles call and si-e. ap . J.UTKS NIUHOL. No. 13, corner of Square and Marketst. SPRING" GOODS." .ncNAlKV & F V It 31 A IV 55 College Street. ARE this day receiving and opening toine verjbeaotiful Goods, fofthe Spring Trade, and most espectfully so licit a call from the Ladles. We can show them every thing new In llie way of I'.mbroitterics, Iterate itc 'Cafncs, Luce, Silks Velvets, Jtibboiiu, c, tVc. Ac. We shall continue to rocelvi Goods by every arrival, through the month ofMarch, andourfriends naybeassared we will sell them nice now things snd at reasonable prices. McN'AISY FUKMAN, feb. 23, 1M. No. 55 College street. .T. J. fcC. itOMEllTSOri, BROAD STREET, 3 DOORS FROM MARKET THE Subscribers respectfully Inform tha publlcth at they have removed three doors from their old stand, and now have on hand a general assortment of Conf ectiou err. Sugar Ornaments, consisting of Cakes, Candles, Nuts, and Prnlta of every variety. Itlukicnl luitrn uiciils and Toys of every description. Flfhlng Tackle Soda Water, Mead and Aleahvays cool. Their Candies will be warranted to be superior to any mannfaciarcd in the city, and will be 6old Wholesale at 12) cents per pound. Orders from theeountry carefully pnt up, and with dis patch fnov. 1 ICAUS A IN EV AllIiiVAL,. JO 000 El Divan, 4,1)00 LaJotephue, For sale on Eroadway at dee 2. J. G. & C. ROBERTON'S. is. s. rii:cii, WHOLESALE GROCER, COl3lISS KIN .tlJlUCHAST, AD DtltIR IX Cotton, Tol)acco, and all kinds of Produce. Corner of Clarke and Market streets. NisnviLK, Tci. Sundries 2q P.OXES Djubls- re O fined loaf Sugar, CO kes St. Louis Golden Syrnp. 110 bnvM Star Candles, 213 ilo'lallow do. SO bsgs Pepper. so do Kpire, 4 ceronns Indigo, 2 ca.ks Maddtr, C4'i jrrrtss JVUlcher CO doz. Painted Ducket., 50 bovea Jl. U. Raisins, ill 1 do do cn, W k do d(. do, 10 tierces Riee, Ac, 5 i:c do Imported tigars; do Tobacco various brands. HO do Melee Cigars I.i quo rs. - 73bbl Smiths Old Reserve 75 bbls Domestic Brandy, Whisky, 2C0 bbls Com Rectified M do do Gin, Whisky, S2 dn Old lion rbon do, 65 do Sweet Malaga Wine, W dou .1 aionnnra'ia nniMry. j caKs vino rrencn 4 casks Old Irish Palteen Brandv. Whisky, 42 bbls Ountry Doable distilled Whlsy, 42 bbls Country Uoublo '8 do Old Port Wine, 8 do Madeira do, r, do Muscat do, 10 bbls Rum, dietlliea n lussy. In store and which will be sold un isualty low for cash, ot to punctual men. Jan. H. H. S. FRF.NCH. J SUl,OIt.N. ICO ubls'lenn. D. 1J. stilled Whisk), 50 " OldMonnrgahala Whisky, 50 " Old Bourbon do, 50 " OldRie do, 50 " do Reserve do, 10 1 Pipes old Cog Brandy, 2 " Holland Gin, 10 buhold Madeira Wine, 20 Indian bbls sweet Wine, 100 bbls A.M. Brandy, 30 " S. H. Rum, 30 "A.M. Gin, 30 " Sweet Woe, 10 " Old Port Wiue, 20 boxes Brandy Cherries, 50 " Claret Wine, 10 " Assorted Cordials, 15 Gal'ns Old French Brandv; in store and for sale low, by dec. 14. L. II. LANIER. IMIfl'ICCI, All WOTICE. rplnS co-partnerth!p beretofmo existing under the name -L and style of MOSES fc SON, ia this day dissolved. All debts due the Firm must be paid to L. Moses. The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts contracted, uy anv person or persons, wunoui an oruerirom me. ' L.MO.S. L. MOSES, T7ERV THANKFUL for the liberal patronage extended to i him furthe last 12 years, rfspectfulljinforros his friends and the public, that he has madearrangements to change his present busicess,and will dispose of his present Stock of F.U HNlTUKri very low for CJiSU, consistlngof every thing necessary for House-keepers; Parlor Furniture In sets; Ma hogany and o her Chairs; Bivans; Marbia and plain Beu reaus: Bonk Casaes, Fine Sldeboardt; Bedsteadsof all des criptions: Tables; Presses Mattresses, and a large variety of Furniture of all descriptions, which I am determined lo sell for less than any other House in the City. Call and satis fy joursclves. MOSbS, Na-hvlHe.MayO. tf: No. 19. College tt. Viiltiable I'arm for Mile. I WISH to sell the Farm on which 1 reside, 5i miles from Nashville, on tbe main Louisiille and Gallatin Turnpike, containing about 2S0 acres of good Land, one half of which is cleared and in a high state of cultivation, and theolher half of wood land, good water as tliere is In the country, and plen ty of it. The improvements consists of a large nnd commo dins Duelling, Kitchen, Wash-room, Smoke House. Cistern, ice liousa. rscgro Laouis, npring nonse, narns, orins, ore i Also a line orchard of 12 acres wiUi every variety of fruit tres. Tha Louisville Railroad, and alo the Cincinnail aud per- ! haps the Henderson will tun within a few rods of the place. HI" seldom so desirable a residence and farm as convenient i to the city, is offered for sale, and as I am determined to sell, those whit ing to purchase will do ell to make early appli cation. Possession can be given at any time by the purchaser bujing my growing crop . I will If desired sell all my stock orauy partto the purchaser, also most of my household fur niture It desired. Apply to ine on Broadway, or to R. W. Brown, agcnt,of fflce .No. 01 Cherry strect,up stairs, and either of nswillshow the farm, Ac, to anyone wishing topurcbase. ap. 12 If. A. W. JOHNSON. SEW STOCK or FUKNITUUE, CAIU'ETINU .VIVO CHAIRS. A. PATTEKSON, GAlepe ulrect, XvxhviUe, Tmneisc, HAS just received a larsre and splendid assortment of CABINET EURNITURE, CARPETINK, CHAIRS, Ac, which withbU fonner stock, makes one of the largest and best assortments ever offered in Nashville. Those wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call. Alhvoik sold by me will be warranted. Jcarlv eighteen venrs experience in this citr. totrether with a practical knowledge of the business, giveahim advan tages in selecting aucj, articles as are unexceptionable in style and. workmanship and finish. Z3? Alro, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil CU4h, Solar Lumps, Uirandotcs, Sooting Glasses, Matrasses and (Xdcls, in great variety. All of which will be sold very low. Call and examine. april26 A. P. R. F. BELL. Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and " Commission Merchant, Opposite Snyanee House, College it, No 23, DRESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silts, in all colors; Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhincs Small CheckM De Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd Do Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all colors; White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks: Plaid Cashmeres: French, English and German Mcrinocs, ia all colors, plain; De Lanes in all color s; Plain Cashmeres. We have a large assortment of the above goods which we will sell at very reduced prices. mar7 STEVENSON WHITE. MOURNING GOODS. We have a beautiful assort ment, suria3 Alapac,De Lanes, CaJton Clotlts, black English Crape, Italian do, Rombazincs,-Silks and Rib bons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchief), Hoiscry, Col lars and Sleeves, (J lores, Ac mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE. WIIITK GOODSBleachedMuslius invcryqnal it) Bleached Drillinfp, Jacxinet Cambri&i, Muslins, Swiss Muslin, Check'd and Strip'd Muslini; Hair Cord, Check'd and Strip'd Cord; India Mulls and Twills. Shur French and Mainsook Twdls, Book Twills. In short, we have a laree assortment of the above Goods, which we will sell verr lgw. mai7 STEVENSON k WHITF- 17UR.S.We lave a beautiful assortment, which will be ' sold at creatl r reduced nrices. mar7 PERFUJIERY.Cologne Water, Extracts Hair OiU and Soaps, from the bestFrench Perfumers. mar7 STEVENSON, WHITE, MBROIDERIES AND ACK GOODS. Beautiful VaL Lace Chcmizetts and rilcevcs to match, Honiton Lace do do. Needle Work do, Hnniton Lacc-trim-mcd do, Honiton Vnl. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars, AoValencieues; Laces, Edgings and Inrertings, Swiss and JaconeU Insei tings nnd Edgings, Black and white Lace Cape? , Black and riilk Laces, Jauonet and Swiss Buffing", I ic., Ac. 1 Ilbnse-FnrnishinR Goods. Rich Satin Lace for ' Window Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain Dara 1 asks in variety, Lace aud Muslin Curtains, extra Rich Table Dama-to, la all ciualitief, Towel Hiapers, Towels and Napkins ol all kinds, jJarnsleys, llM, ana 12-1 nen i Sheeting, 124 Muslin do, French,' English and American Furniture Prints. I Indies' Hosiery, GIotcs and Underwear. ! Silk Merino and Imdi'sAVool Ve.sti and Drawers, Union Bresses, Silt, Menno, Linen and Cotton Hosiery Tor J-adies, Misses and Childicu, in every variety, best Paris Kid Gloves, in allcolors, Ladie.isses and Children's Wool and Merino Gloves, Boy's Hoiscrr and Gloves. For sale lotv by STEVENSON k WHITE. mar7 No. 59, Comer of College st..and the Square. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TALLOEING ESTAB LISHT.IKNT, Xo. 11, Cedar Street, jive dr from tie Pfl&e Sqvare, Wjl ERE mar be found a choice and well selected siiick of Cloths, Casimeres and Vesting?, all 1 ' nf ,rliJ(.K ,irill Iu, mfiAn iin tn nrAer in fill, most Kash- ! ionable Stvle and at short notice as can be done iu any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times, heady 3Iadc Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of all land. A cne assortment ot Jien's jrurmsning ' Goud: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,. I Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk ' and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrella, Ac, r-(iannen!s cut at the stiorteiit notice, riease can ana examine, mr 5j TUPS. J. HOUGH, Ageut CASH! CASH!! WNTED at the South Nashville Furniture Factory, of good SEASONED LUMBER 100,000 feet of 1); inch Walnut Plank wide; 50,000 do do do do do; 60,000 do 2 do do do do; 100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, i, 5 & 6 in.sq'rc; 100,000 do Cherry do do do; lOO.oOO do 14 inch Clierry I'laiik-ttide; -50,000 do jdo do do; 50,000 do 2 do do do; t 50,000 do Ash, rangingfrom i to 5 in thick wide plank; Also, Poplar of all size. used for Cabinet purposes, for which CwAwill be paid on deliverv. Also, 25 or 30 good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply. janU . WINTER STRAINED SPERM OIL, suitable for Cne maohinsry for sale by II G. SCOVEL- ilOX CliON. lo"cca ChonClion, received this day by "P30 & 4 J.NIXO.V. TOUGH.S. luONo. 1 Poacuck Plotighs for sale by JL april-25 W. 11. GORDON k CO. CAItPET BAGS. We have just received an assort ment of Carpet Bags, various styles and prices. 31 VERS k McGILL, Ladie-' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No 5(5 College strict. may3 I nPH. T. 1 . i!IAI)1inr oflershi? professional services JL inthejinicticeof MEDIGI5E and SpifOERV to the i citizens of Nashville and its vicinity. , E""0tlic3 Cjikt Stuxet No. 20 between Uuion and Church street. april 12 tnvly EA1IAGE & CHUR0H. "VTO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, have just opened a lot of the Finest Patent Leather Boots and Shoes, ever of fered in this city Gentlemen's Patent Leather Dres3 Boots; " " " Congress Gaiters; n " " Buttoa'd do dor ' " " Dress Shew; " " " Monterey and Oxford Ties; " Super Buckskin do do do do; " A Cloth and Lasting Congress Gaiters; " " " Clay Ties; april-27 J. II. CURREV, Furniture anacturer and Dealer, "TT7"ODLD rexpeetfidly inform hi3 friends r V auu nit pju;n; gviiemaiv iiiai nc x? keeps a full assortment of Purcitiire on baud, eonsUting of B ircaus, Ward-robej, Redsteads, Side boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, S.'iower-Bath3, kc, Ac Ordeied work and repairing done at the shortest notice, and cn very reasonable terms, with dispatch. Mattrasses of all kirjds made to order common shuck kept constantly on hand. Undertaking All orders for Cofans pan te filled in , .c'-J. ven suurfc nouce, ai me ioiiow inp; pnecs, l j vesica keep every description always on hand, together i with good Herses, Horses' and careful drivers: I Plain raise lid CoEns, from i!0to?1300 Covered uottins lrom 20 to eTo 00 Servant,' Cotuas, $1 00 per foot All orders left at my store on College street. No. 25, oppo site the Sewannee House, will be punctually attended to both night and day. ap26 augex J.ILCURRKV. FOR 1IALE AMD FEHALE. BETE FROITFCL AND MULTIPLY, is a commund thatshotddbe cheerful Ir obeyed bv the children oi men. Dr.Iiirzctt'sJUNO CORDLl"i,orPrucreati?eEIivn, prescribes as an effcctnal restorative in cs-se of Debility mpoteucy, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of nalitii. I It is all that it professes to be. vie Nature's trrcat restorative. '. and remedy for those in Ihe married state without oQspiiu . It is a certain cure forSerninal Emissions, Gpnei-al Debility, Gleel, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous aflecti n, Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un equalled. Also, a ccrtaiu remedy for Incipient Conu up tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, I'hysical Lassi tude, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranted plea&c the user in any of the above complaints, and ii priceless value to those without offsprini. Citutiou Extni. Fiud thenamgof Comsfocfc.t loth, ! crs on the w rapper and never buy it unless you find i o ' namra as it has been extensively counterfited of late. i Avoid the coimfarfeit as vou would noi&on. ! CA'RTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG; CA KT WIS III 111 A AISJISTKONU" Retail Agt 3. Corner Broad arid Mnwct ' G'llyia-dtnv&w- lsii. "HTioIesa.e and Streets . ash ville. MASBLEIZED IRON MANTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES- t TALS, TABLE TOPS, &C. THE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at tention to their Marbleized Iron, as one of the greatest ! dicoveries of Ihe nge, and fiir which they received the Gold Mfhai. at the Ia-t fair of the American Insti ' tute, and tho Medal at the Fair of the Metrppolitan Meehan I ics Institute, held at Washington iu February and March ' of this year. j Tlus'material, having a tnetah'e basis, is more durable and cheaper than Marble: its representations of precious Stones and the choicest Marbles, in more than sixty differ ent varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautiful; it is ca pable of resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be injured by the action of acids or oil. SILAS C. HERRING. The manufacturing department of this Co. is under the su perintendence of R. F. A J. P. Williams, the inventors of the system, and the financial and general business depart ment that of Joirx HrsTOX, to' whom all communications niay be addreswd, at the principal Ware Rooms, 818 Broad way, New York. may7 5m NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS. JAMES SLOAX, I'roprictor. MARKET ST., OITOSIT1S iOHS&vc A HOCVe's TOBACCO WAEEHOCSZ, NASHVILLE, TENN. Marble Wareroomsut theritd sUiihI Corner of Summer and Spritui Streets. HAVING made extendi e enlargements in my Marble Works, rny facilities arc such that I can execute all kinds ofwork in the nioit tantefulmannerand the latest stvh as. cheap a it can be done in any of the Eastern Citic By calling at my Waren-ooms, on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable persons to judge for themselves, which is the best method. Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Ecast Tenneve. Also, a tine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, which I will tell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. A large awortoient ot Moxi'uexts, Tomr?, Baptismal Foots, Urxs, Vascs, Gaeues Figcs, Grave Sro.vts, Ac. carved and lettered to order. Fcilnitl-ce Maeble executed to order and sent to any part of the South-Weat as cheap as it can be procured from the East. Also, Marble JIaxtels, of every description, plain or carved. Bcildixo Stuxe, sold Wholesale and Retail. All orders left at my Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My friends' generally will find it to their interest to call and ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance oftheir favors. JAMES SLOAN, Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville. febl9-ly BSijLaawnys took pilu.a :., Qrnx, Tain, January 19, 1862. Da. As.v3t Eeak Sir I oonaidcr it hut an aet of js-; tlce to yourself and the community, to state to yoa the -twy ereat benefit J hare received from the uw of your Uiiien Pills. Having been for qui a. nber of years, "greatly troubled with dispepsia, and constipation of u bowetir at times 'alarming nvs greatly, I used every other remedy, al most that I ever read or head of for the disease, s without the least beneficial effect. I had almost come to the b;h'ef, that it was. useless to try any more; as I labored nailer greitt debility, and my stomach was greatly injnrcd by tak- tnir the different Puis, medicme. c: bnt on heanns ay neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of tour Union Pills, I concluded to give them a trial and bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. from the nrst dose of one Pill 1 was satisfied it was the medicine for me. 1 have not yet used quite one vial, nnd can nenv say- to you wim the utmosy pleasure, that 1 have not tor tee last ten years felt as well, or enjored such ,TOod health, as I have since mmcncin the use of your Pills. I would take no sum for the good these Pills Lve done me. and almost everr branch of nvy family have used them with the sane happy effect. At times some of the negroes hare had symptoms of fever at the first complaint I have given them cue or 4 T 1 " 1 1 , I I . , . ... twu ruis, auu never uau iu repeat tn a use out once, wmcn effected a cure. Tour other medicines used by my family, have had the most happy eflect I shall altvys keep a sup ply tt' your Pills on hand, and I think that no one, bborine as 1 hare under great debility and dyspepsia, with &ft thei evil consequences, but what would, after a use of tout med- I idines, join me in saying the same of them. nejici uujr ii atir.iuji- For Sale at the Dreg Stores of ZIMEIUIAN, T.WELLS, BEECH. FLEilMING k CO., and BO UBNE'S JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER. TnE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain fn the Side, Hip; Back, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints and all riains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied. Pain cannot exist It has I doing wonders for dyspeptia', duringcasesof Debility.Emsi been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain and v ciation. Nervous Dechne and Dyspeptic Consumption, scp Wcakness in the stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Aflec- i posed to boon the verge of the grave. The scientific evt tionof the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys in- i dence upon which it is based b Uic higtiest degtve ctiricin uamination oy perspiration, I The following commendation is from an agent resid " ing at Trenton. Tennessee. TnnrrtKf, Gibson County, Tcnn., Nov. 7, 1S43. Mesrs. Scorn, k Mead Centlemen: The Hebrew Plas ter is becoming popular In this section There is a lady in this count- who says she would not be without this Ptv-tcr for five hundred dollars a year. She was afflicted for some time with an enlargement of- the spleen, which gave her a great deal efpuin. The swelling and pain liad extended up u-arly to the arm-pit, and occasionally she could scarcely breathe. She was confined for a considerble time, dnring which she was attended by some of our best physicians, but thev rave her no relict She procured a box of the He brew Plaster, and ii relieved her almost unmduitely, and now sue keep: awpylypf it on hand constantly; These facta you are at liberty to us as you tjiink prppcr they are substantially tnie. i:epectaiUr. vours, ic. JtSSEJ. WELLS, Beware of counterfeiu and ba.-e imitations. Dealers and mirchasers cenerallr are cautioned against "buvinsr of any but our regular agents, otlienvixr they will be imposed upon, with a worthless article, as .many base connf crieits of this Plaster are iu existence. Kemciuber. The genuine is sold only by ns, and onr advertised Ascnts throughout the South. "No. Pedlar is 'al lowed to sell it. Li future the genuine aill have the signi- turecfil. TAYLOR oa tlic nptrsteel plate enaravod label on the top of each box; to counterfeit whiUi w2lba piBSecuted as forgery. Philotokcn or Teraale rrlend. ForthectirecfPaintuIand Disordered MeafruasioD, Jlis- r Ahnrt on. nn,l 1 in rvhVfnf .1! thn Svmna. proprietor experience, tendanton lis use. ISwules those compl been named, tl Philotoken may bo used with advantage In Fluor Albns, Prclypsus Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, and even in Consumption. In some of these, auxiliaries will be required to perfrnn a euro, aud in others, it can act only as an auxiliary, cr a pqlliativa to remove tha tempora ry "sutfering. ... ?i . , . , - .1. 1 no i niiuioKcn is not onuren as a cure ior an me ins ?."..,?i.? r ..Lf " V , , - , ,i i i i . ..... . . i i . . do all that is here setfortt or ttat medicme directed with warranieu 10 experience and skill can. I f-tj Jteiuemuer, mat "an ounce o: rrevenuve is worm a pouud of cure." N. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, will bo careful to observe my writcu signature on theouttidc label of each, hot tie, to Counterfeit which is Forgery. T I' ttlSI.HY lr,,r,'o' n,.Kn- S C. 11108 tl, per bottle. Fursaleiy- SC0VIL k MEAD, 111 Cliartna ttrest, New ftrleans. General Wholesale Agenisfor tho Southern States, ta whom all onlers must be addressed. Sold by EWI.V, BKOWN k Ca, Nashville, Tenn. W. W. 4 J, It. BERRY, do; 3. 3L ZIMERMAN & Cu.. du: CARTWRIGIIT k AR3TR0'G,do; THOMAS WELLS, do; H. G. SCOVEL, do. jan 14 dtrrw TAB. T. J. COLUUKN-Dcutis:. i JL Takes this method of informing the pub- ( he that ha is located permanently at Trenton, Tenn., and ia prepared to perform any open credto perform any operation, that bo may be called upon to dn, in tha shortest notipe; plate work neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He ill visit occasionallr, Jackson, Tenn.. and surrounding towns for tho pnrjiose of"doing plate work principally. Persons wishing new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to boot" service! to them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurance that satisfiction shall be given, posmVELr, or no pay QCtl4 ly UNITED STATES HOTEL. 'AUQVSTA, GA. THE above HOTEL is now open fcr the reception pr feV PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. This long established and well-known House has under gone a thorough alteration throughout, and furbished trith new and foshioneble FUUNITUK Tho TABLE wid always be supplied with the BEST the market affords; and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants and the regulations cf the house generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to those that may favor him with their patronage. jan-39 lytnr JXO. W. SPEAR. JAMES Q LOVES. W. U SOTP, JCK GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, Xo. SO, Ciierrg Strut, 4 doors from Deaderiek, Nashville, Texx. GLOVEK & BOYD, (scccEssora to willia t k gloves.) WILL attend promptly to Buying; Selling, Leasing, and Bentin r Deal Estate, Bcxiio, StL into, asd HibixqNk ceo ts. (J5f We have comfortable Rooms and Cells fur taking care of li) Ncgrres.:s, Negotiating Loans, Baying and Selling Stocks of every description, Collecting Debts in any part of the United States, Ac, Ac. Order for Negroes at tended to promtly. and instructions faithfully obeyed. kefeeexces. upv uampoell, tx-uov A iiroxn, eery Owrt, T T Smiley, (Jtrb Circuit Court, F R Cheatham CUrk Cmintij lixirl, D T Scott, XashrilU Ii,, S M Scott ! Vittf JMei, ii llndges, irancf, Unl inston, Lmoa Jull' 0 11 Bacliu?, Vtrandah. fub: C. E. G It EN VILLE & CO., Lard prod u As thev have a larcc and personal acquaintance, and di rect correspondence ai most of the important towns ia Geor gia, and part of South Carolina and North Alabama, they will be enabled to dispose readily of the above mentioned articles in season, and respectfully solicit consignment. Reference trj V. K. Stevexsos, Esq., 1 Moeoax A Co., XashriUe. A. J. Dtrxciv, ) HeapiV, Wilson k Co, JlttnttrSle, A!a. janl 6m LINEN SHEETINGS LINEN SHEETINGS!' I ! AT xo. 'J csiox stceet. I t TUST received a few payees laqr.Lincn Sheetings which I i ill be sold very loir. Abo a very desirable stock ot .' I Ijids drcM goods, consjstmg ot Sufc, Berages Shuua lir Joun snelby, vwieles ilobson, Hankers, Lljerl earl k Co., Eaulers. W BShcpard k Co., MarJkers, Col ' K S.evenson, Gen S R Anderson, Ctshier Rtni nf Tennessee, (I Paring, l,.T,!, Tt.,f,. 7!.,1- T II T,; ,1..-. If lit... ' Clotlis, Imrns Jaconet and Si Mucins, Sne dotted I Sfft .be another moment :wilnoat cousultmg the i .l-CC-V-Swi-es. Gloves and 1 Wrv. Bonnets anu Bonnet Ribbons, 1 lVp- 5?T0 . "VIT- .' T to V? J"""''. t.,.ni,n.i,r,vk-.,iKni. iwr.jt. rvii , s. i.- any impediment, read this tnilv useful book, as it hasbteu . Bleached and Brotvn Domestic, or every quality and price, i Silk, Satin and Marseilles Vestin-s. ' , A beautifur assortment of Ladies shoes. tvUich we are sell- ? . , r--. ' ingat very low prices tVe earnestly solicit tlio attenb'on of enstomers to our stock j before purchasing cbewhere, as we are determined to tU as ! low as any one. Don't forget No. 9 Union street. i nurchSj. THURSTON ABERNARD. ' "1ALL SOON-For sale An excellent Blacksmith i J warranted; ' T-tTi,lda afmit f ..... S WotrJeir, extra Coots and House Servants: 1 Woman and Child, 21 years old, good Cook; 1 vry pretty Girl, 13 years old; 1 No. 1 fancy Boy lSycars old; WAHISS iPUKTEIs Na S3, Cedar street. feb7 A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOB sai.k, ON the West fork of Stone's river, in Rntberford countyi Tennessee, containing 610 acres. The land is of very superior quality, yielding heavy crops of cotton, w?ll adapt ed to grass and grain of all kinds is within three triiles of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tttr pike lias good spring and stock water in abundance a comfortable weather-boarded dwelling with good outhouses, all newcotton gin and press and all other improvements needed on a farm. Tbe subscriber wishing to iro South this winter, will Ml it on very favorable terms if immediate ap i .r . t . ... i. : - . i. : . -1. . -v r - t i -if- Childress, nearMurfreesboio. ' attglS tf HENRY J. WILLIAMS. THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY. HAVING, at great exjicne, procured the most recently improved machinery and tools for the construction ol the heaviest work iu metals, we solicit from tho Western and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are prepareil make to order icnuroau Jinclunery. such l as Jxicomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs Switch ; Stands, Kepair Cars, and all work appcrtainingto Railroads. Stenm Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5 to .0 hone power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron. 1 Saw ill ills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash 1 Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist Mills. Ensrinet and Machinery, comnlcle. for Grist Mill oftl I Sugar Mills of the most recent construction, with Engines j i iu i-uuviuuu, put up in ny pan oi mc ruinern country, j Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice In nil cbes where it is desired, we furnish an rnmnwrti Eut up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that e may continue to operate the engine. Sc. Brass and Iron Castings of any size cr description, with Sliafling, MiU Gee ring, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank Vaults, made to order. Infonnation cheerfully given and orders received by J- THOMPSON, Presidest. N. a. The oi ghest prices, pid for old Brass and Copper. Wp4 sewttoK - Aet cf OjrjgTHSV !n; UH ymi lMI,if J. S. BK)UGMT0N-;hvAe Ctei's TMke'of LlHctCfrtrorteKsrjtof PrTivs - . BSAT CTJE 70S. BYSI?SIA I ANOTSXR SCOIg - - -.TTFIE "WfflTBKl!! . ' , 3?Ri J. s. HOUGHTON'S the teto DiGrrrv,ixTrrl os gasteic xtrrcE, PREPARED from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach cf the Ox, afler the directions cf Baron Liebig, the great Fhy siclogical Cbetst, by J.S. Houghton, M.B, PhSadclphia, Penn. This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, DTSpep" sia, Jannijiee, liver &mphint, Cocscmption and Debility", curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own Agent, thn Gastric Juice. Half a tea-spoonful of repsin, infused in water, Trill digest or dissolve five pounds of roast beef in about two hours, out of the stomach. Pepsin B the chief elssnent or mgwmgpracrpleof the lastric Juice the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre. , , .r i , r . . I i - I. .. .1 r n ..... : servicer and strmuiatlnffarent of the stomach and lmestipes. It is extracted from the oigestive stomach of the Oi, thus. forming an artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in Its chemical powers, and furnishing a com plete and perfect auWtittrte fcr it. Br tl aid of this prep L ration, the pairu and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsia art removea jusi as tney wouio. ne oy a neaitnr siomacn. u u and remarkable. Scientific Evidence. Baron Liebig, in his celebrated work oa Animal Chemistry, savs: "An ArChcial Dignttive Fluid, analigous to ths Gastric Juice, may be prepared frew tl mucouv membrane of tho stomach of the Ox. in which, r.uiona articles of food, as meat and egg, will be softened, changed and digested, just in the same manner as they would be in the human stomach. Dr.Preira, in his famous treatise on "Food and Diet," published by Fowler k WelbvNeir York, jwm 25, states the same great fact, and describes the method of picparatmo. Tliere are few higlier authorities than Dr. Priera. Dr. Combe, in his valaable writings on tho " PaysiolOiy of Digestion,' obferve3 that !'a diminution orth,! dap qtvipt tity of the Gastric Juice is a preroinent and aCprevailixtg cause of Dyspepsia:" and he states that "a rliainguHhed rrofesaor of medicine iu London, wiio v severulr atllided . -.i .i : , - c i- ... , . r.:, , -. t course to the Gastric Jnice. obtained from the stomachs nl v. . ,ii uils czanpuuui. unainjrevcrv iuiij-- cue w uu, uuw. r i - t - i. - i v -i. . -1 j living animals which proved completely successfuL" f Dr. Graham, author of the famous works ca " Veretsble : ia me uasinc jcicv, ooiauifni irutu lur sivi.ui ann-Mtli wftih tw,vM mmnlilr unrresidiiL Grnliam, amher of the famous works cn " Vegstsble -l l)iet.''savss "It U a remarkable &ct in FhTsiolsor. that Ihj 1 stomachs cf animab, macerated in water, impart to the Quid ' the propertr of duwolving various articles of Ciod, ar.dof I , r-.J r- - i:iti j:t . r ,!.. -. fectinK a kind of artificial digcrfion of them in no Ttts Jif firnt from lh nafciml liirpitivenroce." Dr. Simon's erect work, the " Cbemistrr of Man." Lee i Blancha rriFliifaderpbia, l-?46, pp. 321-2,1 says; "TbJdT coven'of l'ensiu forms, a new era. in the chemical historr or digestion. From recent experiments we know that food, is di.-vwlred m raDidlT in an artitVnal digestive Arid, crrrarcd j fjom pepsin, as it ism-lhe natural Uatric Juice it-IC I'rorDunglLcn.of th eJefSrscn W!ege,Philade!plnf, a hi arc aurkon Unman Physiolpcy. davotca orp tha, J fifty pages ta an examination of thU wibjert. . IIU ewn VL'tZl"! . Za ZZm una u niuij. , - , uigcuon occurred aiper- T .t nuitrv in the Col- Text Eootlif nucstion whether j artificial digestion could be performed but it is now univeiS- saily-acim lttea mint, may oe. Dr. Carpenter's standard work on Physiology, which U in, the h'brarvof every physician. anJ i tied as a text-bonk in all the celleges, is "full of evidence similar to the above, Te aptctinsr tlie remar ble dijresSivepower of Pepsin, and tbe fact that it but bandilysepar wfn thus-'amach ef th calf or ox, and used (or eipcr isnU in artiSciu! digctiou, or t a remedv for diseases ot the Stomach, and deficit Secre- 1 tlouof toe atotric Juice. i .. e , . T- AH modam work oa Chemist rr. Matctia Medica and PtrT- siology, and all good Malical Dictionaries, dexaibethe -acterand properties of Pepsiu, and state many interesting details respecting it. The ct that an Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Jtcce, perfectly resembling the natufal liuid, mv be readily pre pared, does' not admit Of question. The only wonder is. tl at it has not before been applied to the cure of Indigestion a ad Dyspepsia to naturally does eucb, a uo suggest t;lf to the mind. At ii Dyspepsia Curer, Dr. Houghtcas Fensm uts produced tha iut marveltooa e cts, ia cas of Debility, Emaciation, Norvoua Decline, and Dvspeptic ConaumpUan, It is rriuit to give the rUtails of cases in th a Bniitn of this advertisement; but aumticad certific ea have Kn given of more than two hundred remarkable cure?, in Pail-, adelphia. New York and Bostto alone. These were Dearly all desperate cases, and the curen were not only rapid and won derful, but permanent, Tt i n irrn.it nervous antidote, and narticnlarlr useful for tendency to Bilious, Disorder, Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil effects ot Quinine and Mercury and other drugs upon the digestive I nrr-an.l,r'i!onrsicknes Also, fur excess in eating, and ' jj too free u-e of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles health with intopjtrance. . , , Old Stomach Cociplftfnts. There jj pp fptp cf Old Stomach Complaint which it does not swu to reaLO gp4 remove at once. No matter bov bad it car I, it gives in stant relief I A single dose removes all the unpleasant symp toms; and it only needs to be repeated for a short time to make these good effects pcrmhneat. Purity of blood and vigor of body follow at once. It is particularly excellent ia cases of Nausea. Vom'ding. Cramps Soreness of the Pit of the Stomach. Distress after Eating, Low, Cold State of the Blood. Heaviness, Lownoss of Spirits, Despondency, Ema ciation, Weakness, Tendency to Insanity, Saifide, ie. I)r, Houghton's Pepsin is sola by Kwriy all th dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines throughout the United State?. It is prepared in powder and in fluid form, and in prescription vials for the use cf physicans. Private Circulnrs Br the use of physicians, may be obtained of Dr. J. Houston, or his agents, describing the whole process of preparation, and giving the authorities upon which the claims of this new remedy are based. Aa it is not a secret remedy, no objection can be raised ainst iu use br phvs:.cians ia respectable t tan ding and regular prac tice. "Price Oxe Dollaii per Bottle. Pepsin in Powder sent by mail free of postage. For convenience of sending to all parts of the country, the Di gestive Matter cf Pepsin Is put up iu the form of Powder, with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient. These Powders contain just the same matter as the Bottles, and will be sent by mail, free of postage, fcr Oxi Dolla sent (postpaid) to Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON, JL D, IIadeIphU, Penn. . Please Observe This I Every Bottle of the Genuine Pepsin bears the written signature of J. S. HOUGHTON", AL D-,SoIe Proprietor, Philadelphia; Penn. 5T" Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines. Wholele and Retail Agents, for Nashville. J. JI. ZIMERMAN, W. W. BERRi, H. O. SCOVEL. MuBrrxBoao' Einford tc McDwmott; PaAxauv E.G. Clouston; Clai mux Thomas Warfield, Pclas xt W. T.PIummcr, Dr. W. Batte k Bro. jylO 52 dtrw ian DOCTOR Y0TJEu? ! TEE POCKET SSCOXAFIUS. OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. THE Fortieth Edition, with One Hundred Engravings showing Diseases and Mah'orm ationa cf the Human System in everr shape; and form. To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of tbe highest importance to married people, or those contemplating mar riage. By WHXTA31Y0UNG,M.D. Let no father be ashamed to pre senta copy of the JSCULAPIUS to Ids child." It may save him from an early grave. Let no ynng man or wo man enter into the secret obligations of married life without reading the POCKET SCCLA PIUS. Let no one suffering from a hacknicd Cough. Pain in the Slilc, restless nights, nervous feeliDgs, and the whole train of Dvspeptic sensations, and given ud br their rhvi. ciau. be another moment without commltuig the .LSCCL.V I "e meaa? oi aavmg uioan( the veryjaws ofde- h. ! , rTA ny wrson sending clnil in it lptfir willtpooiri TWENTV.FIVH CEXT3 en. cla-ed in a letfer. will receive one copv of this work by mail, or five copies will besentfbr One Dollar. Address, (postpaid,) DR. WM, YOUNG, march K ly Xa. 1"2 Spruce t., 1'ldaaeipiti; CRUTCHFTELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GSIFFIK H0U SE, I CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE. 1 rpHIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps I oi the rjassenrer car landiuirof ibe Western and I Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of - ' Thomas Crutchlield, assisted byMr.J. W. F. Bnrson and , Ladr. This House white under the control of Colonel J. J. Grilliaacquiredavery higi reputation as a first cLv hotel. Theprent proprietor lufing secured the services of CoL ; Grilhn's baikeerjer, and navingpurchascdhU most excellent 1 cook and house boy, and havingfurnished the house entirely anew, hopes ta retain its high, reputation and merit public j patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni bus to and rroni tlie boats. TUOS. CRUTCHF1ELD, feb21--ly Proprietor. SOETHTNG HEW. rplIE SOUTH N.iIIVILLE FVHS1TUHR JL j! AN UP ACM UBING COMPANY, are now offeringi splendid assortment of ITain and fashionable Iiir nit:irw,ttl,.trtl.niAn lfqrlt,fr 11 ' ST. Knew building, (between Union Hall and the Hk i. tr , t , rFl which they oiler at prices to suit purchasers, I bodi at whole sale and retail. They intend to give satisflc l lion to purchasers work warranted. I Call aiul examine their stock. Orders for Work attended to with despatclu R. IL GROOMS, Pres-f. W.L.NAXCE.Sec'r tepit i JUST UCCSIVED. BAGS RloCpffee; 40 hhds Suzan 75 23 BbbMackrel; 10 Ilir. 10 Qr.SO Kits do; S Ebls Molasses; 1 lllf. do; 120 Bbls St Louis Floor; 100 do Cincinnati do; 15 Tierces Klee; S3 Boxes, 25 ha!, 5 Qr. Kalslru; 2J0 Drums Figs; IS) Beams. W. Papr; 25 BblsAIei 100 Boxes Tobacco, various brands; -1QU02IS. ' J- 2J0 Bbls reotlfled Whiatej; " . 130 do Domestic Brands; 135 do do Oln; 12S" do do. Wine; 123 Bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey; 23 do old Mononrehala do: ' 10 do " N. E. Hum. . - 20 Boxes Claret Wine. 26 do Pala Sherry do. 3 Casks MaderU do. And for "sale low by dee. 1, J, C. FRENCH & CO.