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TOON NELSON & CO',7 OaraU!eobtUert,U CnicnBrtet,,ate jueircctiitd-i. ni I? j CUBA.. Ur Alexander HumboldU-''. iti.TOinraiM Wpanikh, with Notes and a pre liminary Essay by J S Thrasher, with a Map trom the latest Spanish anthnrif TUEGREE mountain girls. innnt. Uy Blythe Whit, jr A, Story cPVer- tuiim anu HOPING. The Story or the Little Uanch. back. Bv Jenny Marsh. TABLE-TALt OF SAMUEL ROGERS To which is LIFE OF SCHAmYL; And Sanative of the Circassian War or Independence against finest Hr J. Milton Mackie. author or -Cosas De Espana " LIFE IN BRAZIL; Or, A Journal f a visit to tbe land yi 4uo vucuuaoa me raim, with an appendix contain, ing illustrations of ancient South American Arts in recently discovered implements nnd ptvdocts do mestic industry, and works in Stone. Pottery. Gold, uuii.1, ui ajj iuuiuu nwoanc, witu overunc cun dred illustrations. PARISIAN SIGHTS, And French Principles, seen through American Spectacles. By James Jackson J aires. ITALIAN SIGHTS And Papal Principles, eeen through American "Glasses " By James J. Jams. INDIA: The Pearl of Pearl Rirer. By Emma D..y. Snuthwortb. Hamilton's Thresher Wp MofiStt's Patent. . Eare manufacturing at Hamilton, liuilcr co.,OUo, a large supply of Moffitt's Patent Thresher & Separator, FOUR DIFFERENT SIZES. One for the Farmer's own use, which delivers the grain in bags ready for the mill. Also, for those who do not wish to clean their grain when threshed, we make a first clats COMMON 1'HRESHER, OB CHAFF FILER. With a Straw carrier and Beater attached to it The ilcllitt's Patent is truly the Premium Machine of the Cfuntrv. lthsvinr taken the Gist Premium at the Crrstul Palace Fair at New Yoik, (the battle ground of Agricultu ral Implements for all parts of the world;) first Premiums ul four State Fairs or Ohio; the first Premium at the State Line Fair of Ohio and Indiana, and at numerous other Ag ricultural Fairs in the West. SEND IN ORDERS EARLY TO SECURE A GOOD MACHINE. A Descriptive Pamphlets vud Circulars tent to persons wishing to purchase. OWENS, LANE & DYER. T. A .McCALL will act as agent at Nashville, Tenti, BROCKMAN A PORTER. ClarksvUle, Tenu. JARET A MOORE, Paducah, Ky. maris 2mdAw SOUTJIIiltN lKlHr&tiISNKlCALAUKNCV FOR THE SALE OK EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MANUFACTURED ARTICLES AND MERCHANDISE GENERALLY. BENJ. F. SHIELDS, Nashville, Tew., having taken the large and commodious Ware Rooms, lately occu pied by Messrs. S. 11 Loomis A Co., corner of the Square and College street for the purpose of transacting an exieosive AGENCY, COMMISSION AND AUCTION BUSINESS, would most respectfully solicit consignments i f sees Goods of xrvxar and say description as are adapt ed to the market Having determined hot to purchase any article on his own account, and flittering himself that from long experience iu Commercial life, and a determi nation to give satisfaction to Consigners and Shippers, will be hsppy to open correspondence with Manulacturers, Merchants and Dealers in the various cities of the Union, who may wish a prompt and efficient Agent or Factor in this market. Orders for the different products of the coun . try promptly attended to. aprt tt BENJ. F. SHIELDS. AUCTION. COMMISSION AlTDiENERAL-AGEN CY BENJ F. SHIELDS, WILL mako sales for Trua tees, Assignees and 'there who may with to sell goods, wares, and merchan dise at Auction without reserve, forcisb. If on time, the same to take the paper received. No goods sold at public auction with limits. Proceeds of all sales paid over within thies days after sales. Consignments tor private sales held subject to instruc tions. Arrangements made lor liberal advances on invoices of any note. .P. S. Nogoods boughtorsbld on my own uccouut. BENJ. F. SHIELDS. Gen'l A6euL apr24 tf U Public Equare. AMPUTATING, COUCHING, CUPPING, Bis ecting, IJGNTA1,, Midwifery, LYTHOTOMIC Trpm. t.wg INSTRUMENTS. At ths lowest prices bv apro T. WELLS. I?1NE PEN aSU POCKET KNIVES ASSORTED. 1 COLTS', Allenand other Pistols, assorted. PORTE MONIES and Card Owe or Pearl, Ivory, Shell, Buck, Morocco and Russia Leather. Silk and Cottox Pcksbm For sale cheap by T. WELLS. SILVER, Ivory, Hone and Jlirn leaded. Sword, Ebony, Rattan, Hiclory aid, Sitel Waiting Cant. By npr5 T. WELLS. HAIR OILS, Pomatums, Hair Ores, Uar IUslura Urtt, FANCY SOAPS. Shaving CreamR, TOILETTE WATERS, r'IMS tATJiACio, assorted. By aprS T. . WELLS. WAX CANDLES, ateorUd s.zaand colors; Stir tind Spirm Candles: 20 boxes brown and transparent Soaps. Offered cheap by T. WELLS. COUGH UAKD1, Pulmonary Uatrs. Javues' Expec torant, BULL'SSAKSAPA'RILLA, DAVID'S PAIN KILLER, SjurkHng GtUetine, ISINGLASS, Tapioca, Ptarfd Sago; Barly.T AMAEDiDS, Preserved Ginger, RICE. Received by T. WELLS. ALCOHOL, Brandies, WINES, VINEGARS, Tea,at sarled, CHOCOLATES, Mustards, HAVANA CI OARS, F im my co. By T. WELLS PA1NT.S, OILS, VARNISHES, or best qualities; DYE STUF '"S, ASSORTED. WINDOW GLASS, IMlaw Glauirart, Siosi Wauk, FLOWER I'OTS. assorted. Oflered low by T. WELLS. HYDUAULfU-'UbMbNT, Land J'latUr, l'LASmu 1-au-is, Spanish Whiting, Chalk, PUMICE STONE. By apr5 T. WRLLS. POTASH, Soda, Saleratui, Saltpetere, Bobax, Cream Tartar, TARTARIC ACID. For sale by apr5 T.WELLS. IFE PRESERVERS, SnouLnss Hex cm, Tiusses GAME BAGS, Shot Btl.i. Received by apr5 T.WELLS. BUnltlM. I'LDIUuud Limps, aprt , Received by T. WELLS. NUFPS French Rappee. Macaboy, Scotch, and ) DEL.PE7 S HOSE sS UFFS. uy i. wthLS. MAIIOCA.MY MOULDINGS. apr5 AND OAK VKNEKJIS, and Received andotfered cheap br T. WELLS. WALL. 1 A PIS It. 1,000 HOLTS, Fine Satin, Glazed, Gilt and Velvet Hall and Parlor Papers, VXGLAZEO 1'Al'Eli, a large atisortmtntvf ury Kxnd wm patterns, at unusvaUy loujricts. Gilt, Velvet und Pbper Bordoncfr, Fire Board Prints, Curtaius, Tester and Centre Papers, itaceived and for sale low by pr5 T. WELLS. HEIJGE PI.ANT.-lrKe kupply or jresh Osage Oranfre, the American Hedge Plant Seed. Just re caivedand tbrsaleby T.WELLS, Sign or lie Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite apr5 Uniou street, Nashville. TO THETOBLIC OK T1IE UNITED STATES. ' AN advertisement ot Mr. UDOLPUE WOLFE, lately publithrd, as I suppose. Intended for Hip protection of t Schiedam Scnapp aglu coanurfritera, hut come under my obervilon,5Dd btin cnj;sfre.l in the uianutjclure of Schiedam Scnanps, wero I to let it pass wlihout notice tbrouKlithlt medium, I might be considered among those to dsDOiuibates "Pirates and Vendm rj ruon,'' but tho tut -inense patronage and uccess that has attended the nlo of the arllclu manufactured by mo, and the opinion of compe tent Judges asto lu qualities as a beverage and its medical virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that i am in cluded among these he designs to imp- gn. No doubt Im loels aggrieved at the depreciation of the rale oHUs Schnapps which Is manifest to all, sloce mine has been brought ui cuipetltiou with his. Sot only liavo 1 succeed In coraptU tlng with him in quality, but the constant and increasing de mand of my article, has enabled me to furnish It ul nines price than be can, or does say 54 tM In tho dozen. And lurtberroore, he will soon become satisfied that his caution li tho ciUzens or the "Southern and Western Statu." will avail him nothing as far as 1 am coucorued, for ILo character of my Schiedam Srnspps is loo 11 established iu tlir.-e States.to be Injured by any such luvidlou? publication The motive of hlsalvertUomcnt is obvious to ever) one, ;uid reeling well salUQed that all such muslUs thrown nt iur by htm will fall harmless at my feet, 1 wiUlajja, Ur the tulL tactiou of the public, publish a copy of my Patent III;: lit, en tered in the Southern District ot ew York, on the i'ftli day ul December, 1854: ICopy of Patent Eight SOUTHERN UlirTKICTOFiNKW YOKK.S. S. Be It remembered, That on the twenty-rlghlli day of Do cember, Anno Domlut, 1?M. llarnard 1.. Simpson, ur the said District, hath deposited in thin office the title of a print orla bcUv? tUe of which Is lnthewerdsof the following, tu-wit: 'llarnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Juniper buapps j superior Tonic AnU-Dispupllc Invigorating Cordial," tlie " right whereof be claims as auUior and propitulor, in con formity with an act of Contresa, entitled "Ail Act loumend he several Acts imikjcIibs copy iibls." GEO. W. MOKTO.N, Cleik of tho Soutliura l'itrlct of New Voib. And I taVe pleasure on ibis ccasiou to tender mynnnre thanks to the publlcln general, and to my Irlsnds iiipaHlcu Ur,for the kind liberalilr with which they have palroidzed me front ray commencement of this enterprise, and assure them, that I shall continue to provide ihein alvra)s uliti tt. eenuine and suiienor article of Schlttdam S hnapps. June 30, '55 ly. . L. .SIMPSON. S.Tbe word Schiedam Schiini'pa is derived fiom a town In Holland, called " s&itJtin," which is celebrated nsa placa or extensive Juniper PlanUaous aud niuuiroua Ills, tileries of the above article. Kver)bodybastbe right and privilege to order tho Junlprr Extract (a principal ingredient of the Schnapps) from mat Boej It not appear now poor and doceltfol when I). W. la trying to mito a w rone and untrue laisio&sloa on the Public, saylnclhat the word Schiedam Scbnaipa belongs exclusively to Ms article, and that all othsrsaio Counterfeits and Impost l'u!'V. has no monopoly, txcltbecuore right for th s.do ini portatlon of Schiedam Schcannathan anybody else; and this poor argument which he intends to contlnae his long practised decepUon on lbs public, shows too plata that he reels and la cow aware ot as lmprtast anddsshlsg opposition. octlS 1655 lyt B. L. S. W.SDISEPAY BORNIOj .UAPS80. 18?& -ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO BURN THE PSIITEN TIARY. We are informed that another attempt to born the Tennessee Penitentiary was made by one of the convicts on Monday night About midnight one o the Tfinga tontaining the cells, yraa suddenlylighted up, -when fbe.guards and sereral of the prisoners gave the alarm. It appears that one of the codvicIs concealed under his clothes some thin pieces of wood, a ciece of iron and a turpentine ball; and thus smuggled them into his cell. The ball he lighted by mean3 of a. match, fastened It to.the iron, which was ap pended to the wood, and pushed it through a flue or vent ia'hii cell, to the rafters of thatpajt of the prison. " It is probable, that the entire building would have" been destroyed but for the timely discovery, The attempt was a bold one, and the perpetrator implicates one of thoso concerned in the burning of March 1855. It i3 propable that ethers, were concerned. DRAMATI CARD MUSICAL ENTERTAIN JIENT. We hope our readers will bear in mind the en tertainment to be given at Odd Fellows' Hall to morrow evening. A rare and rich treat may bo expected. We clip the followirg frcm the Loub ville Journal whoso Editor is renowned for his critical taste In such matters: "Mrs. MaCreadv's late entertainment here, al though her previous reputation was high, far sur passed the expectation of all. Her entertainments are said to consist of dramatic readings, but this ? jrives scarcely the shadow of a correct idea of them. olie actually plays all the characters in a dramatic fcene and does it with puch consummate skill and art and power that the illusion is almost complete. NothiDir seems wanting but d Cerent characters. 'and even that want is readily supplied by the exci ted lancies ot those who see and hear her. tier readings may properly be described as tho playiDg of dramatic scenes by several star actresses. As weliave said before she is worth all the other dra matic readers that we have ever bad in tho country we don't think Tanny Kernble need be excep ted." THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CELEBRATION. Everybody in Nashville is invited to attend the May day pic-nic, at Watkins's Grove, near the Quarry. We are requested again to notify all concerned thai the eatables must be sent prepared for the fingers. The Mayor and Aldermen, the Board of Education, and the Editorial Corps, are specially invited. Should the 1st he unpleasant, the festival will take place on the 2d. 2ld. - PUBLIC SPEAKING. The candidates for County Judge will address their fellow citizens at Love's Store, in South Nash ville, on Thursday night, the 1st of May; and at the Market house on Friday night, tho 2nd ot May. Fraud. The public is cautioned 'against re cciving a spurious and fraudulent- issue of certifi cates of deposit of one, two and three dollars, each made in imitation of the notes of the Bank of Knoxville. The certificates are signed at the right fend John Trenboth, Cashier; on the left end M. W. Williams No such certificates were ever issued by the Bank of Knoxville. The fraudulent is:U3 may be readily detected by reading in the body of the note l ho word Certificate ot deposit. The" notes of the Bank of Knoxville are all coun tersigned by the Comptroller, and on the margin of the notes at tho bottom is printed: Secured by depositing bonds of the State in the Comptroller's ollice. The fraudulent are deficient in both these. Swan's Detector, lZtli inst. We noticed this fraud some months since. But we find the certificates referred to again in circu lation in this city. Several hsve been shown us by sufleiers within tho last few days. They are easily detected by recollecting the descrip ion given in the above extracU How to coke Scrtortru Important Revela tion. Wo yesterday conversed with a man who for the last sixteen year? had been the victim of hereditary Scrofula, and whose face, neck, and body presented a horribly disfigured appearance from ulcerated glanda. ITe stated that during that period he was under the most eminent physicians in New-York, visited Europe, and after vainly seekiDg relief, nnd spending a fortune returned to his ie3ideneoin Illinois, under the conviction there was no radical cure for the complaint. Seeing BcELir's Sarsaparilla highly Epoken of, he com meiiCtd its use, and when ho had taken thirteen bottles found his malady perfectly cured, and since then has had uo ymptoms of return. The above we clip from an Eastern exchange for the benefit of cur readers. Lou. Times gpCoiiiNs the inimitable, comic, witty Col lins, gave bis second entertainment at the theatre last night; and, if possible, pleased his audience better than on Monday night. This i3 decidedly the richest treat our theatre goers have had for a long time, and we are sure that to-night, (his last appearance) the theatre will be filled from par qiwlte to gallery. Secure your seats early. Colemas's Grasd Cosmorama, now on exhibi tion nt Fireman's Hall, College St,, promises to be a source of much information as well as pleasuro. It includes all the battle fields of Russia, painted cn the spot by Frederick Haoedorn, a celebrated Italian artist, and will, of course, be extensively patronized. It will remain on exhibition during the week. tST" Thera was an error in the advertisement in yesterday morning's paper of the'Ball to be given ot OJd Fellows' Hall on to-morrow evening. The price of admission should have been $2, instead of $1. We are requested to withdraw the name of Eugknk Underwood, Esq., as a candidate fcr County Judge in this county. (7 The Cleric of the Aleona will accept our thanks for a file of litto St Louis papers. Triaiu or Baker. The second trial of Baker for killing Bill Poole commenced in New Tork on the 14th. A mile jtros. was entered in the case of Worrfey and Irving, implicated in the affair. There me five others to be tried for being voncernbd in this murder, viz : James Turner, John Hyler, 0. Linn, James Van Pelt and P. McLaughlin. The prosecuting attorney moved to try them all togeth er, but tho counsel for the defence objected, and tha court proceeded toempannel a jury in tho case of Baker. Out of one hundred and eight persons examined yesterday only five jutors were obtained. Auother,pannel ol five hundred was ordered to be Btimmoncd, and tho court adjourned until to-morrow. It is doubtful if a jury can be obtained at a so that the trial will have to be removed. A Thriving Business. On qnejday of last week Barclay Martin arrested in thesoand adjacent parts two iidividiials for unofficially interesting them f Ives m thii jxis'al arrangements of Uncle San?. O t win J,ime i Jackson IWcotJthea Co., the other Jlennj i,'in4t of Ktrnx Co. Not understanding the cirvumnancps ot tin arrests we forbear stating imvth n,' lurth-r dinn the mera facts of tbo arrests. Tliii man ltarchy is a kawk-eyed officer, and wo bt-1 the uiHeritbie siuuers when he's around. Ouil. Ailrertisir. UisinuK ovm tiie Ouui "Vo understand (says the Cn: iariatt Commn tail) that the sura of $175, 000 ha burn subsctitvil in Covington for the build ing of the bridfie over the Ohio. This includes the city subscription of 100,000. As soon as $300, t'Otl ol the iix'k is taken it is the purpose of the directors to begin the worn and urge it on to u speedy completion. Sale or the Lakoist Cow in the U. Status. Tho treat Durham mixed Cow, for several years owned by William Shepherd of tho Manchester Houo, in this city, was pold yesterday to Francis b. lioyt, ot uoneora. lor oou. This cow was raised in Pembroke, and is 7 years old. She girts 9 feet, and weighs U.roO pounds, being the largest eowin the United btates. Manciester American. The Indian titlo to the land on which New York city Is built wai bought of the Indians in 1C2G for twenty-lour dollars-, uaa tnat money been nut at compoundinterest, allowing t percent, the legal rate there, it would hare now amounted to a sum that would purchase all the land in that city, surprising a cas oeen us increase is vaiue. kiveitnewh: , Since . oar, kil.wa Jhave hfXvervheavv.rains. sufficiently so to warrant tho . supposition that ty this day there wilfte waterEumdentTon'the'Ehoals to admit the "free passage of our largest class o'f steamera. . A j Tho up river packeta are now busily engaged. in receiving freights for'the -highest points on upper' uamberland, with every prospect' of reaching the same without delay. r he steamers riow 'da'e from New Prleansand elsewhere, will be enabled Xo come in port without lightenage. " Due this day Rosalie from Pittsburg, Ella from Cincinnati, Cline from Memphis, 'and Rock City from Paducah. ..'" Steamers Nettie "Miller and Montlcello;arenow the only up river packets at present above". - Both of which are due cn Friday next, and Vilf meet with immediate dispatch back. Iho Rook City will hereafter.with the Alida and Cuba, depart at 10 o'clock, A. M., for-Paducah, and connections to St. Louis and Louisville. This ar rangementis imperative in order to make their regular connection?. The 10 o'clock morning boat thii day will beho jRock City; which craft plies regularly to.allinter mediate landings on the Cumberland, and connects with reliance and punctuality with the U. S. mail steamers plying to Louisville and St. Louis. Through tickets 10. Time, less than three days Steamer E. Howard lea ve3 Clarksville this day for New Orleans. Arrived: Cuba from Paducah: Monticello from Granville; Alejna from St, Louis. Departed: Cu1) for Paducah; Monticello for Rome; Swallow for Cincinnati; Alcona for Sf Louis. Thelanding during the last day past has been quite active in tbe way ot receiving tieignts. Freights, scarce and at low rates for the Ohio river. For New Orleans they are more plentiful, yet considering the season of the year somewhat Ecarce when compared with former seasons. This doubtless arises from tho daily facilities and cheap transportation asked by our light class of steamers, who are eager and ready to carry it away about as fast as it accumulates. What u it roa This 'Wooa'a IIaib. ItisroEATival' Ivfcquestiouaikeddailv br hundreds. We answer, with out hesitation or fear of contradiction, tb.it it is the only article known which will do all it promises for '.he human hair. It will renew its growth it will stop its railing it will restore its natural color 1 It is not a Hair Dje, but a speedy and efficacious Restorative, Trial bottles $1; pinU $2; quarts 3. Druggists supplied on tbo proprietors terms-Baltimore Bun ap20 lm. RELIOI0US NOTIC& A scries or religious services will commence in the Third Presbjterian church, on Friday evening, May 21st, at7K o'clock. The organization or a Xu Scfoti Prcttyltrian church will take place on Saturday at 10 o'clock. The Sacrament or the Lord s cupper will be administer ed cn the Sabbath. Preaching at 1 o clock.Saturday and Sabbath eveoinpB. Kev. Ur. Eagleton and Rev. Mr. Cunningham, with others, are expected to assist !n theso exercises. We hope the friends of religion will find in terest and benefit in attending these meetings. The Sibbalh Sohool connected with thii church, is in operation, with a suttable library or 200 volumes, a good corps ct competent teachers, and an efficient superinten dent. Children and youth, not connected with Sabbath schools, are invited to attend this, at 9f o'clock, Sabbath morn ings. , A. HARTPENCE. April 80, 'i6.-Sd. LECTURES. Tbe Rev. Or. Baird'will deliver a course or Eight Lec tures on Europe, in tbe basement of the First Presbyterian Church, before tbe "ioung Men s Christian Association ol Nashville. The first Lectuie will be delivered 'cn the 1st of May, and the others hastily until the cour.e is completed. Tickets can be obtained at the Tanous Book stores, Ho tels, and at the door on the night or the Lecture. TickeU for the Course ad milting Lady and Gentleman, tl 00; Tickets tor the Course admitting one person X- 50; Single Ticket 50c. upiS-dtd GAftDNER5SHPHERD & 00. WHOLESALE DEALEKS IN Shoes Hats, AND 7 STRA.W GOODS NASUV1LLE, TENN. WE would inform our customers and the trade gens rally that since tbe late Fire in which the building we occupied was consumed we hve removed our stock to No 42, west side ot th Square, up stairs adjoining Messrs. Alison, Anderson 4 Co. Since removing, we have received large additions to our Stock, including a great variety ot Goods, suited to the rea son, to which we respectrully invi.e the attention or Mer chants Orders solicited and tilled wiih rate. 8p2s GARUMER, SUEPHERD & CO. UST KECVIVED AND FOIt SAI.iS UY RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO 400 bags prime Baltimole Coffee; 500 kegsNails, assorted brands; 150 packages Star Candles; 10 packages Opal Candlei; 75 packages Summer Mould Candles; 75 boxei Bar Soap; 100,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands; 50 boxes Tobacco, all grades; 60 packages Tea, very fine; 35 casks Soda; 5 caais Matches; 50 dozen Painted Backets; 10 nests Painted Tubs; 800 reans Wrapping Paper; 150 boxes Glassware; 25 bbls Smith's Summer Ale; 100 bbls Rectified Whisky; 50 bbls Bourbon and Rye Whisky; 50 bbls Old Reserved Whisky; 25 bbls Brandy, Gin and Rum; 20 bbls Port and Malaga Wine, With all other artieles usually kept in our line or busi ness. "Pr28 AUCTION SALli OF . Seasonable Dry Goods, BY IRBY MORGAN & CO. NO. 4 PUBLIC SQUAKB, NASUVILLE TENNESSEE, WE will tell on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 6lh, and 7th May, a Fresh and Handsome lot of SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS. The stock to be offered embracea a better assoitment than anj wa have heretofore sold. These goods were designed lor our Auction Sale in March, but having been detained at Pittsburg by the ice, thev were not received in time, and are to be closed out. The stock is fresh, the assostment complete, and will be soldwitiout reserve. CSF" No Goods sold except to Merchants. afflB n & r IRBY MORGAN & CO. NO HUMBUG. THE nndsrsigned have purchased the Patent right cfC. H. Williams douhle acting ball valve Force and Iift Pump, ITor the States of Tennesse, North Carolina, South Caroli. na, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. We havo tasted the Pump in all its recommended uses tor ordinary pnrposes in wells, and as fire engines; and hesi tate not to gay that it is superior to any pump now in use. It is simple and plain in its construction; can be taken to pieces or put together by any ordinary man, black or white, in half a minute. Ther is not a screw or bo)t about the pump; there is the least imaginable triction hence its durability. It is almost impossible tor it to get out of fix by usage. When used (orawell or cistern it can be converted into a Fire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can be thrown over tha tallesthousesin the country. It is invalu able as a Fire Engine, and especially in the country and country towns. It is equally well adopted to all machinery. Railroad Tanks, Ac, and will, when known, supersede all other pumps. It can be used for either hot or cold water. . Having fiiUy satisfied ourselves as to the capacity, value andutilitv ot the pump, we are ready to make sales or the above territory by counties or States (except the Western Districtof this State, which has been sold.) We confident ly recommend the Pump to the citixjns or the Slates men- hThe Pumps are cheap, and therefore within tbe reach or eT!sr Address PORTER 4 BRIEN. Nashville, Tenc. tay a"Bt KEES W. PORTER, apr25-tr JOHN a BRIEN. STRAUT ALLEN & Co.; CARRIAGE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURERS, AT in OLD STiXD OF' H. !f. MTKBS, (Two doors below the Theatre.) NO. 05 CHERRY STREET, NASUVILLE, TENNESSEE. WOULD beg leave to inform the public cgRjUt generally th at they have on hand a large yflv?'. assortment ot Uairisges, Buggies, &c, of the neatest and most highly finished styles. Being practical woikmen, they are prepared to offer as good an article of manufac tory for inspection as any similar eftablisbment in tho country, and on terms equally as reasonable. They would invito all persons to call and examine their work before purchasing elsewhere. XST Repairing promptly attended to. New work war. ranttd for one year. aprlO 2m BROAD STREET 11K1UUE COJrlfAN X . THE annual Election of this Company, advertised fcr to-day, has been postponed unul Monday, May,' tho 12th. oprSO-td - S. M. SCOTT, Secretary, - THE,YERYsTjiTEST HEWS. ' " - ' SRHTB BT -WGNETIC TELEGRAPH nr to mi HOUR OF PUBLICATION ARRIVAL OF THE 8TEAM3UIP PERSLSL . , . Naw York. April 29. The steainer Persia has arrived with i.!verpool dates to the 19th. Cotton market closed firm, 4- advance. Sales for the week 120,000 bales; sales to Speculators 40 000. to Exporters 5.000. New Orleans Fair 6 New Orleans Middling 6-k TJphnd3 Fair C, Up land Middling G. Stock exclusive of shipboard 535,000 bale;; siock American ditto 392,000 bafts. Manchester market nrm; breadstnlii considera bly lower; Wheat declined 3 J; Flour declined Is; Western Canal 29s31s; Philadelphia, Baltimore ana umo doidDs; Uorn zsag!. Provisions unchanged. Money market tighter, Consols quoted at 93a IM. Havre Cotton market Sales for the week 23,- uuu Dales; iNew Uileans Urts urdmaire ydt. Conference closed Wednesday. Ratifications will hi promulgated at the end of tne month. Dallas had attended a civic banquet in London, .Panmure deckres that the troops sent to Cana da are not-hostile to the United States, but are to supply- the place of those withdrawn during tho war. New Yobk, April 29. We have Nicaragua papers of the 14th. Gen. Walker captured the city of Rivas on the 7tb, killing GOO Costa R-'cans. Lqs3 of the Ameri cans 30. Cihcinnati, March 29, it. Flour dull and unset tled; provisions firm; mess pork 15 50; whisky 99Jal93; groceries unchanged. River stationary wiih 14 feet water in the channel. Tho Persia brings 130 passengers. It is reported at Paris that diplomatic are on foot respecting Italy. The Austrian Ambassador is to go immediately to Rome on a special missioD. Esolikd. The Lord Mayor of London enter tained Mr. Dallas on Thursday at tho Mansion House in honor of the arrival of the Minister from tbe United States. The Mayor toasted Mr. Dallas health: "Mr. Dallas and the prosperity of the great Republic to which he has the honor to belong." Mr. Dallas made a felicious reply. Other speeches were made; at the conclusion of which, Mr. Dallas gave a health to the Lidy Mayoress, to which Lord Hay or responded, telling Mr. Dallas be was authorized by the Lady Mvyoress to say, if his diplomacy equalled his gallantly there could bo no fear of the success of his mission. New-Yobx, April 29 The Empire Ci'v arrived this .morning with Havana dates to tie 24t, and California passengers and mail of the 20th of March. There was a terrible affray on tbe 15ih of April at Panami between the American transit passengers and the natives, in which the fortxer lost 30 killed and 40 wounded. A large amount of ihi passengers' baggage, Railroad property and property of individuals was destroy e:l. Was uraoTON, April 29. Sisate. After a short debate the Senate nftsed to print 10000 extra copies of Captain Maury's report of Bruzos and Mitchetaw Rivers. The' bill making appropriations for new fortifica tions was taken up. lions e. The joint resolution for enlartjinpr ihe Custom House Post Office and Court House build ing at Cleveland was taken up and passed. On motion of Mr. Cox, tbe committee cn Com. merce were instructed to enquire into the expedi ency of exempting steamboats cf 150 loni burthen or less from tbe operation of tbe law for the better security of passengers on vessels propelled in whole or part by steam. New Yoik, April 29, evenini?. Cotton firm; sahs two thousand bates. Flour drooping, Southern C 25aC S7 Wheat declined, Southern White, 70al 7t i'ork quiet, whisky, improving at $ Coffi e firm; Sugar active. Olomincrci al. UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, I NuavuLi. April 29, m. m56. ( Comm. Utile ofTerlcg. Sjlojcf 120 biles at Tobacco. 4 Hhisat A. Hamilton's, 5 60, 7 15, 7 S3, 910. Eicon. Quiet at St. Hamt 8X8f; Sides 838K; Shoul ders 7S7Ji. I.ard. At 7i(28e. Flour. Dull. S56 50; Sacks $2 5023 00. Whisky. O'Kane'i extra 30c; Beatt)'i25; Peacock j 25c. Trade dull. CHARLESTON COTTON MARKET. CniKLcaron, April 25. Cotton. There was coniiJerable deposition on the nait of buers to-day to operate, but the stringency or prices gen erally demandud by factors, contributed materially to les sen the transactions or the day. We report, however, tbe sales or 1759 bales, at an advance or about !i on our quota. Hons of this moraine the particulars of tne transactions betas: as follows: 25 bales at 11; 4-2 at 11; 2 12 at 11;; 1U60 at uxriwat ji4. I'rofcsAor Wood' Hair Ucstorutivc. It has worked Miracles I That all the bald and eray can be restored perfectly to original growth, so far as their locks are concerned, decs not admit of doubt; besides, it will cure every possible dis ease cf the scalp, whether developed a3 dandruff, itching, or in the shape of cutaneous eruptions even scald-head and in no possible case will it fail cf curing, as if by magic, nervous or periodical headache, and if used twice a week by the young, regularly, it will preserve the colur, and keep the hair trom tailing, to any imaginable age. Read ana judge. LcaissroBT, la., June, 1S55. Mxssns. O. J. Wood A Co : Gents Yours of the 13ih came duly to hand. Enclosed, please find thirty-eight dollars, it being the amount for Hair Restorative. 1 have sold it all. if you choose, jou may send six dczen bottles Hair Restorative; I think 1 can sell it. It has worked miracles in this place. I told a man six $ 1 bottles, that was bald, audit fetched new hair out all over his head. Yoms, respectfully, M. It. G RIDLEY, C. R,R. Orrics, Yaxdalu, June 21, 'ol. Paor. Wood Dear Sin 1 take pleasure in bearing vol untary tesumony to the excellence of your Hair Restorative. Thiee months ago, my hair was very giay. It is now a dark brown, (the original color,) smooth and glossy. The oo ly application I have mads to It, has been tue Hair Res torative prepared by you, and which, from the result in my own case, 1 can most cordially recommend to others. Respectfully, yours, EDWARD WOLCOIT. Ylncis.nis, la., J una 21, 1353. I'iof. O. J. Wood. As you are about to manufactureand vend your recently discovered Hair Restorative, 1 will btaie, lor whomsoever it may concern, that I have used it and known others to use it that I have, for several years' been in the habit of using other Hair Restoratives, and tha 1 tind yours vastly superior to any other 1 knew. It en tirely cleanses the head ot Oandrutf, and with one month's proper use, will restore any person's hair to the original youthful color and texture, giving it a healthy, soft and glossy appearance; and all this, without discoloring the bands that apply it, or the dress on which it drops. I would, therefore, recommend its use to every oue desirous of hav ing a line color and texture to hair. Respectfully, yours, Wilson king. St. Lotus, June9, 1B5S. Poor. Wood: As you are about to prepare and vendyour recently discovered Hair Restoiative, and as you request my opinion of it, 1 will state, that my bair was, a few months ago, very gray, and alter using two bottles of your Hair Restoiative, it resumed its original color; und since itsapplicatiou, all dandruff has disappeared from my head, and 1 have been troubled with no disagreeable itching of tbe scalp. I am satisfied, that those who me it, will not regre t it, as it gives the appearance of having been recent ly oiled. I am prepared, therelore, to recommend its use to all who are desirous or having a beamtlul head or hair. I am, sir, yours, etc, U. L. STEWART. Ciscnntin, Ohio, Feb. 10, 18i4. Paof. Wood Dear Sir. My hair had, for several jtars, been becoming prematurely gray, accompanied by a harsh; ness which rendered tbe constant application or oil neces sary in dressing it When I commenced nsingyour Hair Restorative, about two months ago.it was in that condition aud having continued its use till within the last three weeks, it has turned to its natural color, and assumed a softness and lustre greatly to be prelerred to those pro duced by the application of oils or any other pi eparaliuu 1 have aver uted. I regard it as an indispensable article for every lady's toilet, whether, to be used as a tiair Resto rative, or for the simple purpose of dressing or beautifying tbe hair. You have permission to refer to me all who en tertain any doubt of its performing all that is claimed for it. MRS. C. SYMONDS, 144 Third St. Watektowx, Mass., My 1, 1854. Paor. O. J. Wood: Allow me to attest the virtue and magic powers of your Hair Re&luruiix;. J hue u,oalus since, being exceedingly gray, I purchased, and soon com menced to use, two bullies, and it soon began to tell, in re storing the silver locks to their iative color, and the hair,, which was before dry and harsh and falling off, now be came soft and glossy, and it ceased falling; the dandruff disappeared, and the scalp lost all the disagreeable itching so annoying before, and now, I not only look, but reel voung agutu, Respectlully, yours, etc. CHARLES WHITNEY. f3T Sold at lHMarket street, Sl Louis, Mo, 316 Broad way, New York, and by all Druggists, everywhere. All kinds or family patent medicines lor sale on the best pos sible terms, at ProL Wood's establishment, 114 Market street, SL. Louis. Sold here wholesale and retail by Ewing Brothers; also, by all popular Druggists everywhere. aplio 3m inside joaxr, loiux. J o.n. p&isct, LOHAX & PRINCE. attorneys at Iiiiw, DEM0POLI3, ALA. f3J" Practice in Marengo, Greene, Sumter, Choctsw, and Perry counties. r Jrl ap29 SadAt-ir , BlTOSS. . I 1. LT05S. LYONS & Co., Havana Cigrs, Tobacco AND ALL KETDJ CT Foreign "Wiiics, Liqaors, clc. No. 19 CEDAR St., NASHVILLE, TKNNESSEB. jjYERY LATEST. THEuadersizned are constant If tecelvin large addi tinns In their ulreadr rxtensive Stock ti( HAVANA CIGARS, WlfcEH, LIQUORS. TOBACCO. Ac. And theyiare thereby enabled lo clt;r a lull and complnte assortment or Goods in their line.aol to bold forth such inducements to dea'eis as cannot fail to saturr all Amnogst rat. V- ti. 9A4ma, flf innr,..rt 1 1 K . n . dies. Sberrr. Port. Madeira. .Whisk v. and all other I anors. and the best variety of Havana Cigars, Tohaccc, Soutf, A: , ws nave ever ctarao. To all or which e respectlully in vita tbe inspection if Country dealers and Merchants gen erally. LYONS & CO.. sp2C 1 Ceil.r St QUART LAW. W have cow on band a largo assortment of Bottld Ltanon. con istinir of Ofd French limn .4 r. Rherrr. Blackberry, and Ginger Brandy, Madeira, Port, and Sher- W Vin4V4 &-Wf?m Ritin,nna lMm.lm4an tfilt.Uit. ttrs, Cariials, tic , Ac, for sale at redo ced prices by LYONS A CO., ap?S , 19 Cedar Sf SIUUKlNW TUUACCO. A LARGE variety ot Tobacco in papers, barrels and boxes. Just received a shipment of the celebrated Pocahontas iODacco, ur sale wholesale and retail by LYONS A CO., p!6 19 Cedar St. SUNDRIES. We haveamoogst our slock a tplendid variety cf Fancv Goods, such as Merchaum Pin.-. Stems, LiqaT Flasks, n beantiful and new lot ot Walking iane, scoicn. aiaccaboy and Kappee Snuff, t igar Cav s. Snuff Boxes, Patent Lighters, Wax Matches, und a ia.ge assortment of other articles, for sale very low L LYOXd 'A Ot) P"8 19 Cert.i'St." ANOTHER ARRIVAL. LADIES' Congress Gaiters. Heel Galtera and Slippers; ' Palm iud genuine While Kid Slipp a rs; Misset' Heel Kid Boots and scpr brnczj and blaskKid Slippers. Just opened JOHN RAM AGE, 'up28 42 Colly's st GENTS' FINE SHOKlS ANO ..AITtna. GENTS' super P. L. French Tien; " " Oxfords mm Dress shoes; ' " " Silk Or-era Gaiters; " " riothUongrestBrio-s; " " Lasticy Ties, plain and tip'd, " " Tap'sir, Sl.p,.er; "' Uuwri La.tiog Uitcrs; " Calf Jeisy Ties Hoys " P. L. OitordsandllreraSh.es; " " Gaiters, KnameH'd Br'gtns Y'outh's and Cbildrens' Gaiters, Slii p-i and Helices, in groat variety, just opened JOliiV KAMAi,E. ap24 4CJl.gat. FRESH ARRIVAL OF l i(l,ls. TRAVELLERS will Had a very tfg slock of (le best Sole Leather Trunks. Valices. TVitrv nnd Leathtr waterpioof Rsgiat 42 College street. English Sale Leather, Kutset nnd Kip leather Trunks; Extra sixsd Ladies' Trunks aad Bonne, tioxes, fjole Leath cr BagKy Trunks, and Astlond Valices An additional supply just received by JOHN RAMAGE. spiitt 42 College t IRF-SH ARRIVAfS -vVo Imvp iat received" JL 2 pipes line Brandy, direoilroui .h Custom- houe 1 cask superior Sherry tViue; I carkpure Holland Gin; 8 bbls Eagle Rye Whisky; ALSO, fine bottled Ale, fur family tue; " " Porter; CHEWING TOBACCO Andervea's test: Cramuton ' do. Peacock' do. E. A A. JONNARD. ap2G Im Union at. DEMOVILLE & UELL, DRUGGISTS, No. 28 Cherry st, 2 doors from corner Onion, NASUVILLE, TENNESSEE. OOR Stock is now largiand complete, unbracing al" most everr thing usually kept in Drug Sbires. T7RESH CIIEJHCALS-Phoathoric Acid, Nitrate . or Silver Crrst, Iodid Potassium. Enc. Calomel. Ch oroform, Tannin, Iodine, Quinine, Atropia, Iodid ot Lead, Chemically Pure Acids. Ac. Ac Received and for sale by DEMOV1LLE A BELL. CONGRESS WATER We have jnst received a lot of Congress Waler, fresh and genuine. Fprrale by fin95 nKMfiVir.T.K A ItM.l' H OPS A fresh supply just received and lor sa e low Dy UC.MU YlLLCi x ociLU. GLUE A tine articlo ot Glue received and for sale by DEMOVILLEA BELL. rrEA,TA A freaU surpiy received from the Can- JL ton Tea Uompaoy. lor sale bv apZ.'S UEJlUVlLLUi UKLL OHEWINU UALSAiU We keep cousisntly on hand a nico article ot Balsam, prepared with exeat care, rorsaie oy ap25 DEMOVILLB A BELL. EXTRACT PINE APPLE Verybne. Fovale by DEMOV1LLE A BELL. PANCV ARTICLES. PERFDUERV, Ac. Extracts for the Hdkfs, Colognes, Bay Rum, in bottles md by the pallon. Soap;, Combs, Brushes, Tooih Brushes, Powder PuflV, Hair Oils, Poma tums, Wood's Hair Restorative, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid, Tricopherous Lyons' Kathanon, Ac Ac. lor sale by ap25 DEilOYILLE A liELU TOJJHLLERS. DUFOURS Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths of all sizes, on hand and rorsaie by MACEi" A HAMILTON, apr2t 47 Collese street. ' PRES1I ARRIVALS. Q rr PACKAGES STAR CANDLES; O 4 SS boxes Summer do, bard pressed; 43 do No. 1 Soap; SI do Family uo, small boxes. Jest received and lor ssla low, by ap25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN. PIE FRUITS, PRESERVER 5iC. A f BOXES Pie Fruits, Preserves, Brandy Peaches, Cat TcD sups. Pepper Sauce and Pickles. Just received and for sale bv ap25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN LIQUoRS, NAILS, ate. BBLS Old bourbon and Rye Whisky. 26 bbls Old Reserve and Monongalia! a Whisky; 38 50 do wiismre s titra wntssy; 47 do Pike's Macnolia do; E4 do Sparke's Pine Apple do; 93 kegs Wheeling Nails. Jnst received and Tor vale by JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN, ap25 No. 12 Broadway. .MACHINE ROLTING. WE are tbe sole Agents for the sale of the Vulcanized India Rubber Steam Packing and Hose. A full assortment always on hand apr24 MACEY At HAMILTON, College street CIRCULAR SAW .HILLS. PAGE A CHILD'S Patest Portable Saw Mills. We are the Agents tor this valuable improvemsnt. Send your orders, a-d they shall be attended to without delay. apr24 MACEY A HAMILTON. College street. HOUSEKEEPING HARDWARE. THE attention of housekeepers and families is directed to our stock of Housekeeping Hardware, such as Ivory Knives and Forks, Plated Goods, Ac. Also, a hand some assortment of Tea Trays, jost received. apr24 MACKY A HAMILTON, College street. CIRCULAR SAWS. We have on baud a large stock cf best Cast Steel Circular Saws, all sizes, from 10 to 60 inches. Also. Circular Saw Mandrills, complete. apr24 MACEY A HAMILTON. College street. aUNS! UUNS! (iUNSI We have in store a com plete stock or Double Barrel Sho, Guns and Rifles, varying in price from $11) to 1200. MACEY A HAMILTON, apr24 lwtriw 47 College street. A DESIRABLE COUNRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. AVERY superior tract of Land of 110 acres, half clear, ea and half tin bered, well tei in blue grass. The improvements consist or a comfortable frame dwelling with six rooms also, a large two stjry frame office, ex cellent peach and apple orchards and never failing spring. Situated about 4i miles from the citv on the Middle Franklin Pike. J L ARW BROWN, npr24 lm 44) Cherry t. NEW 31ILLINERY ESTAUL1SII3IENT, No. 29 College Street, NASUVILLE TENNESSEE. 7 ,fISS P. HARPER would respectfully announce LlL to the Ladies of Nashville and the public gen- erailv. that ber entire stock or Fashionable Spring Goods having arrived, she takes pleasure insav. kg that the opening otner stock will take place on Wed nesday, April 23d, when she will be happy tosesull who may give her a call. apr22 2t DRS. CON WELL ItUKHS having associated themselves in the practice or their profession, tend er their services to the citizens of Nashville. Office No 22 1 Cherry street between Hnion and Church sts. aprifS lm. -j.fl COOKlhU STOVES. We havejust received LJvJ from the St Louis and Cincinnati Foundries, a complete assortment of tbe most approved Cooking Stoves which will be sold for a small advance for Cash. Among which is the celebrated St Louis Cooking Stove tbe Gold en Era, a Stove better alapted to city use than any now manufactured, having a Urge oven and requiring less wood than any now in ujo. COOPER A SPITLER, - . . , . . , . . X' . V. . MP. eprziS uomeraiartretann opnnp em, rpOILET SKTTS Comprising three pieces band JL somelv ornamented, and for brauty or finish, conve nience and cheapness, cannot be surpassed, ut Bpr2s COOPER a SPITLER ICE CREAM produced in six minntes Dy tne u.e 01 Austin's Patent Cream Freezer, a well made and sub stantial article, serving a family for years with this delicious beverage. They are recommended for their economy, re-auirine- less labor and less ice than anv other freezer in nse. For sale by COOPER A SPITLER WE are prepared to make to order all kinds of Tin aud Copper work promptly and at salisfactoay prices. Roofing and the Tin and Copper work necessary opon piblic and private buildings will be done on the lowest terms and warranted to be water proof. We are satisfied that with the experience in tbe above branch ot our busi ness, we can take contracts npon as good teims as any house in the city. COOPER A oPITLER. apr-23 Corner Market and Spring sts. Nashville' EXTRA CHANCE, We have for sale a most ex cellent house servant, nnrse, chambermaid, fair cook and seamstress, all combined in u LIKELY WOMAN, 23 years of age. ALSO, several other likely Negroes, among them a No. 1 House Carpenter, his wife and two children. Call soon on ' BOYD A LYLE3. apSO No. 50 Cherry at. Blank Notes. A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE, lor sals by mar23 CHARLES W. BiLlTa, vlll III 1 "J 'illiVV ax AYHrM 1.1TU a irfin un 1 I Pills that are Pills! PROP, II AYEiJ, state Owmbt or lIa.sMhuseUJ, says they " V' J' .f ul ftt"' nJ nxed ara tho men who cer tify that Poet. Hares know., viz : EiORYR.i,,rhieyu'Uea SB"rem9 Court or JIass. U.MOKY WASH BLKS, Governor of ilass. W. tt. PLU5KKT. Lieut. GovVoT Mass, Sft'Sffit PtatS 4 Senator f U.S. KOmSKrc.tVIPITHROP.Ei.SMafc.lIoa Ben tl a. ABBOTT LAVRK.NCK.Mlnla. Pltnlr. to Grea BrIUia' t JOHN B. FlTJir ATKIC K , CatUolleTlIshopr BoVtn! JMeu tliHt nre Men. Amone the diaeasn tht IthU Hill has cured with astonlh log rapidity, wo may mention : Costtvcnesf, bilious complaints, rheumatism, Droner heartburn, headachearlslnir from a roul stomach, nausea in digestion, motbld Inaction of the bowels, and "pain arlslna: therrfrom, flatnler.es-, loss or appetite, all ulcerous and cuta neous diseases, which require au etacuent" medicine, scrofu la, or klnej's evil. They alc by purifring the blood, and stim ulating the system, cure many complaints which it would not iHrsupjivacu iuvj tumu inED, aucu as ucamets, partial bllndnessnenralcla, and nenous Irritability, derangement or tbe liverand kidneys, tout, and other kind red complaints, arising from a low state of the body, or obstructions of Its functions. They are the ben Pnrgallve Medicine ever dls- mv.m.I and CAn will tin , ..All tr n.A thtn nnm. tr. lwn 1L Prenared bv It. Prepared by R. J. C. AYER. April' i2, ie5C-2m Ii will Mtn. AIER'S PUIS. ArejCurinjr the Sick tona extent never before known of any Medicine. Invalids, read and judge for yonrselves. JULE3 HATJEL, vsqtha well known perfumer of Chejnut Street, Philadelphia, whose choice products are found at nluK.it every toilet, says : "I am happy In lay of your Cvruiavic Pills, that I have fviind them a better fimll mediclnu ror common use, lhan any uther within mj knowledge. Many of my friends have reallz'd marked benefits from them, and coincide with mo In belletln? that they possess extraordinary virtues for dri ving out disease and curing the sick. They are not only ef fectual, but safe and plenum to be taken, qualities which, mail make theru valued by the public, when they are Luown." Tbe venerable Chancellor WARDLAW, writes from Balti more, ISlh April, ISM: Dr. J. C. Attn Mr : I have taken your Ptlls wlthfreat benefit, for the lUtlessness, langor, loss or appetite, and bil ious headache, which has or lata years overtaken me In the spring. A few dosm of jour Kill cured me. I have nsed jour Cherry Pectoral many jears tn my family for coughs and colds witn unbillnt; success. You make medicines which eare, and I feel It a pleasure to commend joa ror the mad vou have done and are dointr." JOH.N F. 11EAITT, Ki., Secretary or the Pennsjlvanla Ksllruad Uoiupan J, says : Pennsylvania Railroad Oder, ( Philadelphia. Ilecember 13, 1833. Kir : I take nleasure In addlns mv tesllmonr to the eflcscT cTjour medicines, having derived very male'ria! benefit from the use of both vour Pectoral and Cathartic Pills. 1 am never without tnem in my family, nor shall lever con-. sent to be, lille my means will pmenre tnem. The widely renowned S. S. Sl'KVE.NS, SI. 1)., of tVeut worth.Xew liampshlre, writes r " Having used joor Cathiktic Pills in mj practice, I certify from einerlf rice, that thev are an Invaluable purga tive. In cases of disordered functions of the liver, causing headache, indigestion, cosilveness, and the treat variety of diseases lhat follow, they are a snror remedy than any other. In all cases where a purgative remedy is required,! conn deutly recommend these Pills to the public, as supeliorto. any othr I have ever found. They are sure In their opera lion, and perleetlysare, qualities which make them an Inval uable article for public use I have for many tears known jour Cherry Pectoral as the best cough medicine Iu the world, and these Pills are in no wise Inferior tn that admira ble preparation for the treatment of diseases." Airru, .name, iiunwi jam. " Dr. J. C. Avia Dear Sir : 1 have been afflicted from mv birth with Scrofula in Its worst form, and now. after twenty years' trial, and an notold amount of suffering, hav UtDD CJUipiC4CIJ liHini IU A I," nvvmm wj juh. ...... - whatfeelinss of relotctng I write, can ouly be iuiazined when you realize what I hare suffered, and how long. Never, until now, have 1 been free from this loathsome disease inomoshspo. At times It attacked my ejee, and maae me almost oiiou, Desiaes tae aueauunoi, pain , others It settled la the scalp of my head, and desticjed my hair, and has kept me partly bald allmydays; sometimes it came out In my face, and kept It for months a raw sore. " About nine weeks ago t commenced taking jour Cathar tic Pills, and now am' entirely free from the complaint. My eyes are well, and my skin is fair, anl my hair has com menced a healthy growth ; alt of which makes .me feel al ready a new peroo. " Moping mis statement may ue we memos 01 couvejuig Informatiou tliat shall do good to others, lam, with every sentiment of gratitude. Tours, &c. " I have known tun above named Marta Kicker from her childhood, and her statement Is strictly tree. ANDKEW J. MESERVE, Overseer of the Portsmocth Manufacturing Co." Capt. JOEL PKATT.or the shiptarion.writes from Boston, iOih. April, 18M: " Your Pills have curea me from a bilious attack which arose from derangement of the Liver, which had become very serioui. I had failed or any relier by my physician, and from every remedy I eiald try, but a few doses of your Pills have completely restored me to health. I have given them u my children for worms, with the best eneels. They were promptly cured. I recommended them to a friend for cotivene,s, which had troubled him for months; he told me In a few days they had cured him, You make tne best medicine in the world, and I am free to say so." Read this from the distinguished Solicitor of the Supremo Court, whose brilliant abilities have made him so well known, not only in this but the neighboring Elates - New Oslsahs, Stb April. ISM. ' Sir : I have great satisfaction In assuring you that myself and family have been very much benefitted by your medi cines. My wife was cured two years since, eta severe and dangerous cough, by your Cherry Pectoral, and since then has erjojed perfect health. My children have several times been cured from attacks of the influenza and croop by It. It Is an Invalusble remedy for these complaints, lour Ca thartic Pills have cored me from a dyspepsia and costive neis, which has grown upon me for some years Indeed this cure Is much more imporlmt, from the fact that I had tiiled to get relief from tho best physicians which this sec tlon of the country affords, and from any of the numerous remedies 1 had taken. 'You seem to us, Doctor, like a providential Massing to our family, and jou may well suppose we are not unmind ful cf it. voars,lrespectrully, " 1 LE WITT T1IAXTER." SniTr Ciumsir, Ohio, April 5th, 1851. Da. J. C. Avir Honored sir : 1 have made a thorough trial of the Cathartic Pills, left me by youragent.acd have been cured by them of tba dreadful Rheumatism under which he found me snfiVrln'. The flrst dose relieved me, and a few subsequent does have entirely removed the disease. I feel In better health now than for some years before, which 1 attribute entirely to the effects of your Cathartic Pills. Your,, with great respect, R UHTCALF. TrpTha above are all from persons who are publicly known where they reside, and who would not make these statements without a thorough conviction thai they were true. Frepared by v DK. J.C. AYEK, Practical aud Aivalvtical Chemist, April 23, 'SO- Lowell, Mass. For tUe Comiilotc euro of Coughs, ColA( lnf lueiizu, Atlimu, IJroncliitts,?pItt3np ot IMood and itll other Luus Complaint tending- to Consumption. rpllIS preparation Is getting into use all over our country. JL Tho numerous letters we receive from our various a. gents, Informing us of cures effected la their Immediate neighborhoods, wsrrant us In saying It Is oneof the best, If not the very best Cough Medicine now before the public. It almost Invariably relieves and not unfrequently cures the very worst cases. Whon all other Cough preparations have failed, this has ielleved the patlentas Urugfisls, deal ers In Medicines, and Physicians can testify,, Asx the Agent In your nearest town, what has been, his experience of the effeclsof this medicine. If he has been selling it for any length of time he will tell jou Ills the best medicine extant. lielow we give a few extracts from letters we have receiv ed lately regarding the virtues or this medicine. Dr. S. 6. Oslln, of Knoxville, OaJ, says-. I have been using jour Liverwort and Tar very extenstrtly In my prac tice for three years past, and, ltis with pleasure 1 state my belief In Its superiority over all other artieles with which 1 am acquainted, for whlcb.lt Is iccommended.' Messrs. Fitzgerald A Bienners, writing from Waynesvllle, N. C, says: "Tho Liverwort and Tar Is becoming dally more popular In this country, and we think justly so. All who have tried It speak in commendable terms of it, and say His very beneBdallu allerlating the complaints for which It Is recommended. Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. lie Fall, asmres ns that he uses ltwlth great benelll In his own family and recommends It to his neiihbors." He gives an Instance ofa negro woman in his vicinity, who had been suffering with disease of the Lungs for years, attended with severe cough, who was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar. Such are the good reports we hear of this Medicine from all parts ofthe South. For a report of the surprising cures It has performed In the Western and Northern and Eastern St ites, we wootd Invite tho suffering patient to read the pam- Ehlet which accompanies each bottle.' To all we say, have ope, have hope! Try tne Medicine!! Bo warned. In season!!! And neglect not lhat cough which Is dally weakening your constitution , Irritating your throainnd lungs, and Inviting on that dread disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem edy can be obtained as Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar. Beware ofCounlerfeltsand base Imitations. The genuine artfole Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. - Price, One Dollarper Bo tie, rr six Bottles for Fira Dol lars. Sold wholesale and retail by SCOV1L Sc MEAD, 111 Chartres St. bet.Conli and St. Louis, N.O., Sole Agent for the Southern States, towhomall orders and applications for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by Ewin Brothers, Berry &. Demovlle.A.K.Jtoscoe,Thos. Wells, and G. W. Heudersholt, Nashville, Tean , and by all other Druggists through the State. anl2 rlcVirtwly. Sewanee House, COLLEGE STREET, NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor, (L1TX OT JTESR SPCI.X03.) TIIE subscriber has recently taken this well C?t known establishment is refitting and tbor- lm oaeblr renovating it. and hopes soon to bare it in jSL nih rvtnrlilinn A 4 nnt tn Via infarinr tn anr hnntA m thU1 city. Tho Proprietor hopes by his exertions and thx or his Assistant, Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at tbe City lintel to be able to make his house worthy or be ing patronized by tbe public and promise that no pains shall be spared on his part, to merit tho approbation oT those who may favor him with tbeir patronage. lie res- laltX?0110- WU.KOBEUTS. J WISH to il Offices, lorthe purpose (r selecting and locating. Give me a caU'beTore selling your grants .pog VaCherrr street. R..E.R. A rtfcP.AT PUvsmir. r aw Possessing the most importantlnfluencs over th. ; wa oouy, jxas oeea cnureiy overiooKeu sM? aegiDCbeiA uj uiaeiucucocutiy. 7 woxnxaruc rows or thv r. r r. iiidih la xuriir ' - - - thc 'root hxaltht juin rxxx rxox eAii.s EQUALIZE THE CIRCOLATIOS 3EGULATi ,TH2 CHAPTER I. m. Equalizing tha clrenlatlon tie true method or prersatiag the establishment of disease regulation the only sseaasc or purifying the blood and restoring the) sick tOMckfc quick. ecacy of Eadwaj'a Ready Relief and Jfaisray's. Regulators, In curing, the patient of coughs, CotsssssjUoas, rheumatism pneumonia, sore throat, InJUmatloaeVftver and' ague, bullous remittent and intemlttcat, sesriel, typhus, chagres, and all contagious anl xmnosMafioo fevers- Tha positive virtues of Eadway's Renovstlng HesolTsat, bv restoring tne uonsumpuvw to uesuui, iiiu carseg Bronchilis, Asthma, bad Headaches and Drape. pet. HOW DISEASED ACTION BECOMES ESTABMSHE1 ANDTHEBLOODIMPURE. Azrest error his Ions; prevailed In tha minds of aedlcat men, " That lmsurlty of the blood U tho cause of diseased action." This is a serious mistake. It la a disturbance of" tha circulation, and the establishment or diseased action, that causes Impurity of the blood. .The K.R. R. theory holds the truth of tho above raaxlms, for If a person be tn a tUte of perfect health, each srtsry and vein must carry to and from the heart its aUoHad por tion or blood, and when any set of vessels refuse (b tho eanse what It may) to carry their proportion, tha current of uccomes uammeu np; in oiner wons, acosgswoai takes place, giving pain to a greater or leas extent. Sere, then, is the beginning of diseased action, which, If sot re lieved, will soon ran Into Inflammation, and the cMwmso. become established. DIseasedacUon being once established, the blood becomes impure, end l-e regularity of action oa the part or the liver, sttn, bowels, Ac, Is sure to be taSer rnpUJ.and the general sjetem, by lympalilslng-wiHi tfe JfJ. complalnu becomes Involved la the diffleuity. That this Is the true state of the case, let anyone till to mind hi symptoms on catching eotd. The local dlBenlty may be sore throat, which Is a congestion or the blood, am oan ting sometime j to an Inflammation about the throatVowlncr to a previous deranged state ofthe circulation; and he will re ""SJ.S1 tu "'Jheeoine costive, hU liver dsnased, or his skin dry and feverish, his head stopped nn, palnsMd. aches la his bones, Joints, down the back, head aches, dis charge ot water from the eyes and, nose, with, mur otfest unpleasant and palntul symiooms. Iladhe nsedRadwav' Ready Cellcf when the congestion wwseuing In, MSasV 'plleailon to the throat, and swallowed a dote of like stega lators, be would have broken up the eoigesUoa, tad t -stored the regularity on the part ofthe liver, tkla, bowtIt Ac, which had been broken in upoo by the eaecta at ska sorethruaU Regularity being again established, the) tenant, blood is soon purUea.andthe circulation again equalised and the health restored. RAOWAV3 REGULAT02S Possess this great power of KQUALIZl.tG THS CIRCCLATI05, And regulating all the Organs of the body to a aaWral asst healtbyactlon. . Radway'a Regulators possess properties that mil othsr Pills are deficient in, and are the only pills la use that can be taken for any length of time wlihout weakenlsf the sys tem. They always leave the system In. a healthy condition; Ue liver, bowels, heart, pancreas, kidneys and skin legolar. and ready to discharge their several functions without re course to unnatural means. Every dose of Radway's Regulators that are taken will Infuse' new- life, -fresh strength, and sound health, to tho weak: and feeble body. AS A FAMILY PHYSIC, one qr two or Radway's Regulators will answer a better urpose than castor oil, common pills, blue pills, Let's or Bilious pills, or any other cathartic, bilious, drastic, purga tives, saits, or seonae. The Regulators will quickly peo the bowels, force a natural passage, and will leave tha whole s jstem tn a healthy state. PALSET RHEDMATISM. Haw the R. R. K. Remedies raised Mrs. Sarah A,Hosrh trom a crippled and helpless condition to sound health, after the skill or tour of the most learned physicians la 'Jiaw York had failed to relieve her, Drs. Father, Reese, Wardle, and Maelelan. READ HER LETTER. January 3, 1354. -. Messrs. Kadway. & Co. I tried your Ready Keller,' and had my joints rubbed wlthit,aRd I never fell pain after the flrst ten minutes 1 was rubbed with it up to the present time. Sirs, 1 do aol know what ti compare It to but a chum : for it is a mvsterv to me. I wsjacrioolefor two vesrs. Xnd hid not the proper tue or my limbs for three years. I was worn down to 11 skeleton. I V n commenced the use or year Resdy ReLer, Resolvent, and Regulators. Ihe pain lett me In ten- minntes, and I began te gain strength very last, and could walk with ease In a lest weeks, befcfs 1 heard cf your remedies I was taken to Dr. Parker, Sr. Iteese, Dr. wardle. Dr. Madelan, and many other pkjsldant In this city, I cannot now remember. I was completely pulled te pieces by Usui. My constitution was completely brokeu, up with medicines that did me no good. I could not put a foot to the rround nor Dick uo a om. I was lilted and car ried tap and down stairs like an Infant ; and now, thank uodi by tni use or jour remedies, 1 am a.i strong as evtr. I bad the common rheumatism Inflannnatorr and chronic and the paliy. You can publish this. If you like. flAIUlU A. HUUUft. SI tilth st., between tbe Tib and 8th avenues, Sw Y. December 35th, 1BSS. CRIPPLED WITU INFIR MITIES. December 31st. 1SS5. FRRE FROM PAIX A.1D WALKED WITH BASE. JEFTBA GABDISEK. A severe fall; Injury or the knee yon ; Excrutlatlng pains limeiy arrival; successtui emeacy 01 ttauways Cesar Relief. Dresden, Weakly Co., Tentu, Dec. 31 , 18U. KJentha Gardlnler. of the above place, do publish, that for many years I have been afflicted with Rheumatism, and on the evening of December SCth, lfiS, while walking la my yard, t fell with great violence on the Ice, bruising the knee pan very badly. I further certify, that on the above day Mr. John. J. Benedict, a tra veiling ar,ent of Radway dc Co., arrived at this place, and he-arm g ot my heavy Tall and the terrible complaint that afflicted me, recommended me to apply Hitd way's Ready Reluf, which I did, and In a very short lime the fain erased, the swelling abated, audi am now able to walk without the use vt my cane, free from pain. I have tried several other remedies, but found no relief. In easesof extreme pain, Radway's Ready Relief Is far preferabl to all other remedies. If any one doubts lh truth or this eerjflcste, let them call on me at my residence, or write to me at Dresden, Tenn., and 1 will give them full Information. JKPTIIA GAKDUflSR. ' For years Mr. Gardlnler had suffered the torturing pains or Rheumatism. He was nnable to walk without the aid o f a stick, on the 09th of Decambor he tint tried the K. E. Relief. Oa the 3ist he could walk without atdaad frse from pain. Letall who are crippled orbed ridden think of this. FEV8R AM) AGUE. Radway's Ready Relief and Radway's Regulators are positive curatives for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted take from two to five of Radway's Regulators every night, and a tea spoonful of Ready Relief In water, on rising In the morning, and twice during the day these will soon free the system from the poison or ague. How the R. P. R. Remedies restore consumptives to health, stops the ravages of decay, heals ulcers In the lunga and throat, cures asthma, bronchitis, chronic coughs, and all diseases and complaints or the throat, lungs and chest. Persons who have been troubled with chronic sore throats, tubercles In th lungs, bronchitis, or glandular ejection, are informed that the R. R. K. Remedies will care thssi of these terrible diseases on the same principle. Let the Ready Relief be applied externally on tne chest and around the throat. This will effect an-lmportant and wonderfully ben eficial result. It will get up a powerful cousier-lmtaUng orce, and withdraw from the glands of the throat alt con gested blood that may Interfere wi h the respiratory organs. Fersens troubled with asthma, hard and difficult breathing, sharp pains when taking a long breath, will find an lmnedi. ate relier after an application of Radway's Ready Relier. In cases where the lungs are diseased, we give Radway's Re solvenL The action or this medicine resolves away the dis eased deposit. It heals all ulcers, and removes taberclce. We have known persons, who bad no Idea or ever rising from a sick bed, to be restored to sound health with not a S article of eonsnmptlre material in their bodies to hasten ecay. Radway's itegulators, in these cases, keep the sys tem regular, and equalize the circulation or the blood. THE ROYALTOTJCH. How the R. R. Resolvent cured the King's Evil, sftera con gress of crowned monarch tailed to restore the supplicant to health. THE FIRST SIC5. The presence of pimples, blotches, pustules, tetters, rash, little sores, painful itehinp, hot flushes, dec., are sure indi cations or the presence of foreign and impure humors In tbe system, and if allowed to mlnilo with the blood and remain in the system, corrupting the blood and filling the sewers of the body with imparities, sores and ulcers will brack oat and cover the body with their repulsive presence. -- The sklo, under these poisonous Influences, become an eruptive volcano, exhibiting 10 the eye the disgusting lava of disease In tbe form of salt, iheum, cancers, ulcers, fever sores, putrid flesh, king's evil, and tl)e most frightful erup tion, of thee tin. Radway's Ready Resolvent has cured the most tefrfblt of skin diseases and humors. U will never fall In the worst cases. LARGE HOLES IS THE NECK. An Emigrant called upon us a few months since, who had been troubled with the disease called King's Evil. He had two tery large hole in his neck, and hi head, body and. lej, were covered with tbe most disgusting and. sukealng sores. We Immediately placed blm under the Influence of tbe Resolvent. In six weeks from the time he called upon, us every sore was healed. .Sot even a sore w a, lefl upon his body to remind him of the King's Evil. This man, like thousands of other deluded persons, had thrown himself prostrated before two Emperors, four Kings, and one Qaoen, to be touched by the Angers of Royalty, be lieving that the hands of their "most sacred majesties would drive away the eviL" The Renovating Resolvent ,isd more power In restoring this poor deluded victim of a cruel disease to a sound condition of body, lhan all the king, and monarch on the earth. BOILS CURED RYrTr. RESOLVE.NT. Lima, Indiana, Dee. 12, ISiS. Messrs. Radway etc Co., Chemists, 3.Y. Send me two dozen of R.R. Aesolvent. I havo been sorely afflicted with bolls. 1 have been tormented with these disagreeable ex crescences for more than two years. I tried all kinds of medicines witnout enect. 1 commenced the uesolvenu Cn bottle cured me entirely others. Yours truly, I have since recommended it to K.C. WRIGHT. HA9WA7 &Ce 162, Fulton street, Hew York. Sold by Druggists, Merchants, and storekeepers evory where. JEW DAVID, CE HEBREW PLASTER. THE Great Remedy for KhenmaUun, Goat, Pam in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrotals, King's Kvll, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, sad all Ax ed pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied pain eanno exist It has been beneficial In case or weakness, such as Pala and Weakness In the Stomach, Weak Ltmbe, Lameness, Af fection of the Lungs ta their primary stages. It destroys In- that, by its use alone he was cured f Rheumatism In both '"SSs'lS'scovil & Mead Genu: I have been using your Unrwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively In my practice foMhrVs Hear, past, and It is with -pleasure thati fwilrnv belief In elr superiority overall ott articles, with which I am acquainted, forthepurposes fofwblch they are recommended. The Hebrew Master, especially, lsaa universal penaeca for local pains. 1 have also found It a mos excellent application for Sprains aad Bruises. It fives uni versal saiisactlon wherever used. S S OSLlK, SI D. Knoxville, Ga., March 4 th, 1333. 7- Beware or Counterfeit and base Imitations. fne genuine wUl In future have the signature of Z.Tay lor on the steel plate engraved on the label on the top of each Furehsjeraare advidsed that a mean counterfeit of this ar tlcleU a existence. The genuine Is sold by us, aad by our agent appelated, throigh he South, and no pedlar Is allowed to sell lL Deal, ersand Purchasers generally are cautioned against baying ot any but oar regular agents, otherwise the will be imposed up. cn by a worthless article. SCOV1L & MEAD. Ill Chartres street, Sew Orleans, Sole General Agents for the Southern States, t whom all orders must Invariably be addressed. .. Sold also by Ewin Brothers, Berry dc DemovlUe, A X. Roscoo, Thomas Wells aud o W Hendersbott, Kaaavllle. Tenn:, and by ail other Druggist through the Stat. lanl3-lyddttrtw. recetTta sy uu.i lu&b, US.