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7 ae 1. SPECIAL NOTICES. iIcdical Testimony cannot be Controverted. Otic of the most startling cases is narrated of Dr. M'Lane's Vcraiifugc bj Dr. John Butler, of Lowell, Trumbull County, Ohio. The case was that of a young lady who bad been very sick for eight years, and bad consulted a number of physicians, who had treated it as one of Prolapsus Uteri. Dr. Butler was then called in, and for a time, believed with bis predecessors that it was a case of Prolapsus. He was, however, soon forced to the conclusion that his patient was suffering from worms, and after much persuasion, prevailed upon her to take two doses of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge. This medicine had the effect of removing from ber.a count lew number of the largest size. After she passed them, her health immediately returned. She is since married, and continues to enjoy excellent health. ;Tbe abore valuable preparation can be had at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville and vicinity. je it iirnEU in. 1 1ms u u. .uiuu j Ccugbs, Colds, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, ! are most earnestly advised to give Dr. C. "Williams' Pclmo- sic Balsam op "Wild CnEREr and Wood N.uhu, an imme- , A ..:.it ; tK mi'n!!. rompilv nf mortem fimps. mill ! UiUWy il.lj 1 j - " ' J , r produces the most astonishing results. See advertisement in another column. janl lm. Another Scientific Wonder! Important to Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. Iloughtcn's Pepsin, the True Di gestive Fluid or Gastric Juice, prepared from llennet, or the Fourth Stomaah of the Ox, after directions of Baron Leibeg, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia. This is only a wonderful remedj' for Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, undice, Liver Complaint, Constirpation and Debility, curing after nature's own method, by nature's own agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientilic crideucesof its value, furnished by agents gratis. See notice among the medical advertisements. Ail Onncc of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the S'vanns of conclusive facts that cluster around tliat incom parable prcparetitH), IIooQand's German Bitters, prepared by I)r3. L Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a touic and restorative, are such as would prevent increduliti i tself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease ot the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may be recommen ded for its soothing, cordial and renovating influence. Dys pepsia, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea, uervoue tremors, relaxation, debility, lc, are relieved, by the Bitters in a very short space of time; and perseverance in their use never fails to work a thorough cure. Victoria Cough Candy,This valuable Cough Candy, o.v on sale by all the Druggists in this city, is having a pop s ulnr run. Persons that have tried it, or become acquainted with it great hailing properties, use it in preference to any article off-red to the public It is a sife and certain cure for Coughs, Colds; Hoarse ness, dilKsulty of Breathing, P.iius, and weakness of the breast, irritation and soreness of the Lungs, shortness of breath; tightness of the chest and all the affections of the Pulmonary organ. Public Speakers and others troubled with affections of tlie throat will find this an efficient remedy. Price 20 cents per package. ' deel Thu Chattanooga Advertiser. Published Weekly and Tri-Weekly, by Phillips & Crandall. Tlie Weekly is isv.tei every Saturday, and is intended for a family paper. Rates, 2 00 per year, in advance, or $3 00 if paid at the end of the year. The Ti-i- Widely is a business and commercial papor,issued every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday morning. It cir culates in North Alabama, North Georgia and East Tennes see, thus affording a superior me ilium for advertising among business men. It is furnished at 4 00 per yenr, or 10 for three copies in advance. Advertising and SanscttiiTioN'S. Subscriptions will be received at the Union Office, and liberal contracts made with tac-e who desire to advertise by the mouth or jeur. Cclhi's Now Saloon. Lunch Every Day. Hits finished establishment has Lunch set out ever' day nt half-past ten o'clock. Cella's Saloon is a favorable ro sett to all who like to luxuriate. He has the best of Liquors of all kinds; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet the apjretite of an epicure. Polite and clever himscL') he has polite and clever assistants; and all who visit him once will be sure to call aain. 27.c inotl ejdraord'mary diooiry ii Ute World is the Great Arabian Jitunedy fur man and Beast. II. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIANLINIMENT E "TV VERY family should at once procure a bottle of the Zl great Arabian remedvfor mati and beast, i . called II. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT. It allavs the most intense p.tius in afew minutes, restores the synovial fluid of joint water, and tlius cures stilt joints; it penetrates thetlesh to thi? bone, relaxes coutracted cords, cures rheumatism and pilsiod limbs of twenty years standing; also tumors, swelled neck, enlargement of the glands, and is the best medicine for ailments of cattle ever discovered, curing sweeny, spav ins, splint, and all diseases which require an external ap plication. Sun BJin of '10 years standing cured by II. G. FurrdCs Arabian Liniment. Mr. If. G. FirreU Dear Sir: I had been afflicted with the "Sun Pain" for the last ten years, and could never get relief except by bleeding; but by the use of II. G. Fancll's Arabian Liniment, applied over the temples about three or four timosaday, it was entirely removed, ad I have felt noth ing of it since. I went into the stable one night, to apply it to a horse's log, and being very lame he stumbled and fell against my legs, crushingand bruising them so badly that the turned black as my hat, rendering thorn powerless. I applied your Liniment, and was well enough in a few days to go about again as usual, lalso crushed my linger in a shot-king maimer, by letting a back log fall upon it; your Lin iment soon healed It up, though JOHN B. M'GEE. La Salle precinct, Peoria co., UL, Feb'y G, 1 6i'J. Esq. Barker, of New Canton, UL, says . Mr. H. u. Fan-ell's Arabian Liniment bus cured suie bad case here, winch every other remedy had faile I injoiio was a white swelling and contracted cords in the leg of a boy twelve years old. The leg had withered away, and was so contracted that he had no use of it. Three doctors had tried their skill upon it in vain, and he loos fat sinking to the gr.xot, when the boy's father was induced to try II. G. Far rell'sArabiau Liniment. Before the lirst bottle was used up he came to Mr. B.'s store, and the first words he said were, ".Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment 3011 have in the store; the one bottle I got did my boy more good than nil th it had ever been done before." "That boy is now well and hearty, and has free use of his legs. "It is good for 3prains, bruises, cuts, burns and swellings. Look out fo" Counterfeits! The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which lias lately luadeits appearance, called W. B. Fan-ell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy itin good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article isjnanufactured only by H. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and whola sale druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the letters II. G. before Fan-ell's, thus 1L G. PARRELL'S and bis signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. Sold by CART SV RIGHT & ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout the United Start". Price 2." and SO cents, and 1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and bamletin tbe United States, in which one is not already established. Address II. G. Fan-ell a3 above, accompanied with good re ference as to character, respectfully, fcc diw "VXTHESKY J WHISKY ! ! 20 barrels VV :.. ti. : Rowlcs j f nut; ibuucuwu ale bv jml3 county Whisky, just received an STRA1TON, SMITH t C and for CO. 'tT'OIt SALE A large and elegant BRICK 11 imrrop m.., 1. onf .,.. n 1 i.. nard's residence, containiiurll rooms, Kitchen, Jilildj Servant room, Carriage House, Stable. tc., &c The lot fronts 70 teet 011 Church street, and runs back l0 feet to an alley. Terms liberal. j'anlO "WILLIAMS fc GLOVER. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE EEAL ESTATE. BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Tash ville, at the November tenn 18.52, in the case of Sophia Horto; and others, ta. Woodfolk &, Fall, executors of J. W. Horton, dee'd; I shall on the -12th or February next, at tbe Court House door in Nashville, proceed to sell a Tract of 26 Acres of Land, on the west side of the Franklin Turn pike, about one mile from Nashville, a beautiful building sit uation. Also about Two Acres of ground on the east side of said Turnpike, ndj'oining the residence of Alex Fall. Also about 25 Acres of Land, situated on the west side of of Rains' Avenue, which will bo divided into six lots, con taining from three to five acres each, a plan of which can be seen in the possession of Aler. Fall, and will be exhibited on the day or sale. Said Ttai will be sold on a credit of one and two years, without interest, except the sum of five hun dred dollars in cash, which will be divided in proportion to the puschasos. Notes with security will be required, and a lien retained till the purchase money is paid. jan!9-td J.'B. WHITE, C. & M. . D. G. .itljtfSEY, City Auctioneer. Oflie at A. A. McLean's, on Cherry Street. Qiorl6-3m. RANDAli W. MacGAVOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW Nashville, Tennessee , the several Courts of Davidson, ancf the nd will irivo immediate and- strict t nntrmted to his en sadcrlck street near Cherry. jan6- i "1 J riegtv.. :bls No. 1 Kanawha Salt, for sale by W. H. GORDON 4 6 NO, UNION ST. PRACTICAL UTILITY. The Americau Pruit Cnltarist, containing direc tions for the propagation and culture of Fruit Trees, &c By John J. Thomas. Ulastrated with 300 Fig ures. The Fruit Garden -A Treatise on the propagation, transplanting, pruning and training of Orchard and. Garden Trees, &c, also the laying out of Gardens and Orchards. By P. Barry Illustrated with 150 Figures. Gardening For Ladies, and Companion to the Flower Garden. By Mrs. Loudon Edited by A. J Down ing. The Kose manual, containing accurate descriptions o' all the finest varieties of RO;!E3, with directions for. their propagation, and the destruction of Insects. By IL Ruist The Culture of the Grape. By R. Buchanan, with directions for tbe cultivation of the STRAWBERRY. By N. Longwortli. The American Iteceipt Book - Or complete Book ol Reference, containing 3,000 important Receipt'. By A. S. Wright. American llee-Xceper's jlnnual. By T. B. Miner. Youatt & martin's Practical Treatise on Cattle, Youatton the Structure and Diseasesof Horses. The Fanner's Land Measure, showing the con tents of any piece of Laud from dimensions taken in Yaiu3. TOON &. RUTLAND. CO'OZEBY. miss Leslie's Complete Cookery. Mrs. Bliss' Prac tical Cook Book House-keeper Guide. The American Lady's System of Cookery. Mrs. Ducher's Domestic Economy, Miss Boccbe's House Book. jan25 TOON & RUTLAND BOYS SHIRTS. Just received another supply o. Shirts for Boys, and for sale by jaul3 MYERS Si McGILL KID GLOVES. --Just received a rc-supplyof Kid Gloves, of various colors and best quality, janlii MYERS L McGILL. LIFE PRESERVERS.--Just received an assort inestof Life Preservers, warranted to be of tbe best quality. janl3 MYERS & McGILL. CARPET HAGS.--Just received a fine lot of Carpet Bags and for sale by janlS MYERS k McGILL. M' ONEY IJULTS.Just received a choice lot of Money Belts j'ania MYERS & McGILL. ILK AND LINEN IIANIvERCHIEF'S.- O Just received a biiperior lot of Silk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, and for sale by MY ERS & McGILL Ladies' and Gentlemen's I-urnuhmg btore, College bt., one door from the Square. janl3. G. KIDREE, Piano Tuner and Bepaircr, Nashvillb, Ten'n. Rbfu to: Jat. Digcjons, J. B. West, Dealers in Pianos and Mumc U. S. Saroni, G. M. Taylor, J. K. Opl, V. Waterman, J. Gomez, Profs. Music Leave Orders at Mr. West's, Diggons or Morton's Music Stores, Union Street. Orders from the country will bs promptly attended to. jan 0 dtwiwly. ILLUSTRATED NEWS No. 3, with back numbers of this splendid Pictorial Newspaper, is received. Sub scriptions received ard single copies for sale br jan24 F. HAGAN, Agent. TTOR RENT. A good Office on Cherry street opposite J Stretch's Dnig Store. Also, several good residences in different parts of the city. Also, a finelv improved Farm, on the Murf-osboro' Turn pike, 2 miles from the city. Also, a well improved Fann, 3 miles from the city, on tho Charlotte Pike, quaeres good tillable Und; and we a'lso have for hire some good Cooks, House Girls, Nurses, and two good Men. janl'J WILLIAMS & GLOVER. VTOTiCET-NASUVILLEMANUFACTURING CO. An election for seven Directors to manage the affairs of the above Company will be held at the office of the Com pany, on Water street, on Wednesday the second day of February next, between the hours of 9 and 4 o'clock, jan IS td J. THOMPSON, Agent TPinS'ALISES, and. CARPET BAGS. "t'TTE have just received a large und line as- CJvjs"Ti) V feortinent of Trunks, Carpet Bags and EErta Z tit Valises, consisting of Sole, Bag and Kip .? V-jLT.J.I Leather Traveling Trunks and Valises, also of Saxony, Brus sells, Willouand common Caqiet Bags, which we will sell at low prices. R.S. HOLLlNri & CO., j'anlO Corner of College and Union sts., Nashville. "HANG OUT THE BANNER ON OUTWARD "WALLS. " The cry is still they come ! Who conies f WHY the customers come to bo sure, could theyvAa do otherwise, and when they see the large and Ini extensive stock of Great Fashionable Ready Made, 'f f. Clothing, just irriving from the Eastern Markets, to enume rate which would puzzle Demosthenes. LIKEWISE a line assortment of Gent's furnishing arti cles consisting of Fine Shirt?, Under Shirfs, Drawers, Cra vats, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, La, &c, &cl!l 1 All of which will be sold at unusually low prices for J cash. L. POWERS. 'iwncssce Vjioimug uepoi, jiartet. sireei, opposite union street. N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi nation of men. L. P. lTpOWERS' CLOTHING EMPORIUM. On Market Street, a few doors from Wells' Drug Store. S just in receipt, and have on Land a superior lot of Gen tlemen's nnd Youth's CLOTHING, which is offered for saloon tenns that will be perfectly satisfactory. This es tablishment is determined to furnish every article requi site to adorn the outer man and make him an object of ad miration to his friends, and give him a passport amongst the "bon ton." In addition to the above is kept on hand the latest style of Hats and Caps, with a large assortment of Trunks," Valises, kc jan20. ("CARRYALL FOR SALE. A lirst rule uewcus J torn made carryall for sale cheap for cash, by jan21 W. MEREDITH. rpRlLVKS, &e. Extra fine Leather Trunks, Velvet l and Brujscil Can)ct B;igs, Leather and Drugget Carpet Bags, just received and for sale by jan'il W. MEREDITH. CRUmiJ CLOTHS Rich and splendid Crumb Cloths, with borders, just to hand and for sale by jau-21 W. MEREDITH. OOL HATS. Wool Huts just received nnd for sale by jan21 W.MEREDITH. r ED BLANKETS. Extra fine Bed Blankets, just L) rccci ed and for sale by jan2l W. MEREDITH. JEW CARPETING . Just received 'liis day and for sale by jumJl W. MEREDITH. 6 IL CLOTHS All widths, just received and for sale by jan21 W. .MEREDITH. JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA; A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Blade and Taney CASSIMERE PANTALOONS of new stylos, and made in the best manner expressly for our retail sales hi Nashville We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy colored DRESS, FROCK nnd SACK COATS, with a full stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality. Also 'Da vies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS oj various qualitiesand materials. Gentlemen can depend up on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar street, near the Post Office. jati20 'CLIFTON & ABBOTT. CHEMICAL' HALL. NEW AND FRRSH ARRIVALS, BY CURREY& MARTIN. ClfEM IS TS A NI) D Ii UG G IS TS, No. 35, UNION STREET, ' NASHVILLE, TENN. 1C Gross liowney's English Oil Colors, -Jj Artists, hi metalic tubes. These Colors are fbif are p re- pared by Rowney & Co., London G.000 Lbs. Pure White Lead Raw and burnt Umber, Ultramarine Blue, Linieed Oil, Spirits of Turpen tine, &c, Ac 1 Gross Dr. S. O. Richardson's Sherry Wine Bitters a pleasant Tonic recommended in many of the diseases caused by derangemen-; of the organs of Digestion. , 1-2 Gross Bogles, Hyperion Fluid, and BAaaFs Tiucornnnous or Medicated Compound; both unrivalled for their efficacy in restoring, preserving and adorning the Hair. G Gross Preston & Merrill's Flavoring Extract of Vanilla, Orange, Lemon, Almond and Rose wan-anted pure and fresh. 1-2 Gross Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powders Uusurpassed for their convenience for culinary purposes. 1 Bale Nc v Hops Growth of 1852, .Alsoaf and Mndsome assortment of FANCY-ARTICLES, which with our already large stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. GARDEN .kND FLOWER SEEDS, PJJNTS, OILS, GLASSWARE, Ac, Render our stock in trado now complete For sale low; for cashj or on' liberal terms to punctual dealers. jan 21 ' " CURRY, A MARTIN. 1 DR. J. W. GRAY. OiEca' in McCombs' New Buitldington Cherry,- Street, ' -Between Deadenl: ana union. NEW PUBLICATION S. BRITISH ELOQUENCE, W. T. BERRY & CO. have just received SELECT BRITISH ELOQUENCE Embracing the best Speeches entire of tbe most eminent Orators of Great Britain for the last two centuries; with Sketches of their Lives; an Estimate of their Genius, and Note, Critical and Explanatory. By'Chauncey A. Goodrich, D.D. Professor in Yale College. In one large octavo volume. In this carefully prepared volume, we hare an important contribution to rhetorical literature. Containing the speech es of the great British orators which are regarded -as the master pieces of their respectiveauthors a memoir of each orator, showing the leading events of his public life; and the distinctive characteristics cf his oratory an bistoncal intro duction to each of his speech es, explaining the circumstances of the case, the states of tbe parties and the exact point at is suean analysis of the longer speeches in side notes and a large body of critical and explanatory notes, together with translations of tbe passages quoted from foreign languages, it leaves nothing to be desired as a text book of the political and forensic eloquence of Great Britain. The copious and - valuable memoirs and notices by the editor, makes this less a compilation than an original work. The manner in which be has performed his task is a model of accurate and thorough aditorship. He has omitted nothing which the most exacting student could demand for the elucidation of the subjected in hand, without ever being tempted to indulge in superfluous details. A great mass of attractive information is thus pre sented, and in . a style of singular clearness, strength andele gancc. It is rarely that such profound scholarship, sound judgment, refined taste and vigorous expression, are devoted to the critical preparation for the press of the standard pro duction of other writers. W. T. B. & Co. have also just received HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 5 vols, cloth. INGERSOLL'S HISTORY OF THE SECOND WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRI TAIN, (Second Str'es.) HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL FLAG OF THE UNI TED STATES. By Schuyler Hamilton, Captain United States Army. jan2C -IT 7" AN TED ! WANTED! ! We wish to hire 10 VV able-bodied Njigro Men to work on a Farm in Bed ford countv, near the,;ltuilroad, for which we will give good prices, and pay all expenses on them from and to the city-. 1 janlO. WILLIAMS & GLOVER. THRESH CLOVER SEED. 23 barrels Pcnusy JL? vania Clover Seed, l'ust received and forsale low by janl'J STRATTON, SMITH & CO., Broadway. AND. J. DUNCAN. A UCTIOX AND COMMIS.'ilOX JIERCJfAAX Nashville, Tennessee. WHOLESALE Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Domestic manufactures and merchandise generally, will give prompt and undivided attention to all business entrusted to his caie. And. J. Doncan bos in store a large stock of ribbon bound Bed Blankets, Birth and Cradle Blankets, heavy white Mack inaw Blankets, Blanket Coating, Beaver, Pilot and Felting Cloths, Georgia Kerseys and Linseys, Cloths, Cassimeres and SattinetLs, Flannels, &e. Fashionable Angola and Kossuth Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c, &c Also, A large lot of Oznaburgs, Drillings, Brown Muslins, and a general stock of goods, which I will sell very low to close consignments. jm5 AND. J. DUNCAN. REMOVED. "YTfTE have removed our stock of Variety Goods to the V 7 house on the west side ot the Square, on the corner of Dcadenck street, where we have now on li hand a lanre assortment of English, French and American Fancy Goods, suitable forfuraislfuiir countrv stores; also Combs, Brushes, Spool and Patent Tin ead, Cutlery, Hosiery, Glove, Hand kerchiefs, Port Monies, Pins, Needles and steel goods, Guns, and Pistols, Stationery, Clocks, Gold and Gilt Jewelry; also Looking-glasses, Violins, Violin Strings, Fancy Soaps, Per fumery, Ac, and many other articles too numerous to men tion, to which we invite the attention of country merchants and the city trade generally, as we will sell at small profits to anv favoring us with their custom. Afi50 Patent Sal'ety-Fuse, forsale at Manufacturers prices, by A. MORRISON & CO. janl.r Corner of Deaderick st. and Square R EmOVAL.--DR. B. W. HALL has removed, to the office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Ju Ige Catron's, near Cornelius i McCombs' Cabinet Wareroom. JanS. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!! JUST received a large stock of new and fsfejll r.oi.;,...i.i t,, ,-,;t.,... ,;n I.,. .-,i, 1 ts-3a ItWillUUtlUll. X "1 Ullllll., IMIIl.ll Il UV 13U1U - 5 T J 3f Ac ; Break- fine assort ment. Clocks from one dollar seven ty-tive -to titty, all in sured. Looking Glasses, &c. Window Shades; Two Su perior Pianos, which will be sold very low, as I am about enlarging my Wnrer-rooms and will offer Bargains. All ar ticles insured just as recommended, and Sent free of charge to the depot or any where in the citv. I. M. MORTON, Union street, dcc2-i gentb opposite Bank of Tennessee. Tenth Legion, Home Press and Banner of Peace, copy. SYCAMORE COTTON YARNS A full supply "bfSvcamore Yarns, kept constantly on hand at fac tory prices for Cash. KAMAGE & CHURCH, january , 1S53. 'ICE. 1 have appointed Mr. A. V.S. LINDSLEY myAttornevin tact, witn lull powers to muKc JJecus, sell property, make collections, and attend to anv and all ba siness I have 111 Davidson county. He is authorized to represent me as fully as I could do were I present to act for myself. "N. B. All persons holding Title Bonds from me forprop erty purchased in Edgefield are earnestly requested to come forward and complete their property, and receive Titles, or their debts will be sued at once. janllm 31. W. WETMORE. FURNITURE, CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH, Hatting.Druggct, Girondolcs, Solar Lamps, Hantle and other Clocks, Pier Glasses, and all kinds of Looking Glasses. rjnilE subscriber has in Store, and is constantly X receiving a large supply of the above articles, Ffr among which will be found Rosewood Parlor Setts. covered with a superior article of French Brogutellc; Rose wood Chamber Setts, Mahogany do; a large assortment of Mahogany and Rosewood Centre Tables; Dressing Bureaus; Wardrobes; French Redsteads; Etagere Sideboards; Mahoga ny and Rosewood Chairs, and a complete assortment of com mon Furniture, to wit : Bedsteads; Bureaus; Dining, Break fast and Desert Tables; Withstands; Work Tables; Ward robes; lounges; Candle Stands; Sofas, Ac, Ac.; Windsor and Cane Seat Chairs of all kinds. Tupstry Bnissels, Three Ply, Ingrain and Two Ply Carpetting, Rugs, Ac. Floor und Table Oil Cloth, of all kinds, from one' yard to eight yards wide, which the public are respectfully invited to examine. All of which will be soldlowfor cash, or ou time forapproved paper. 1 have personallyselected every article, and thewokrman shipand hnishofaU work sold by me will be warranted to be as represented. A. PATTERSON, College street, near Ghurch st., Nashville, Tenn. dec? 3iu LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST ! THE subscribers have associated themselves together for the purpose of carrying on a general agency business in buying and selling negroes. 1 Wfrcan at all times be found at our office, No. 83, Cedar street, between Cherry and Summer, where we have erect ed safe and comfortable quarters for keeping any number of negroes, and Uiose wishing to sell ma- bg assured of getting the highest market price, as we wHT either buy on our own account or sell 0:1 commission for others. We pledge our selves to obev instnictions, and especially promise to be par ticular in selecting good homes for favorite .servants, with out separating families. DABB3 A PORTER. Rees W. Poutek, Giles county. Jos. W. I) abbs, Nashville. " jan26 SODA "WATER APPARATUS, or manvfac turing, fruiting andboltUiiifj, of the latest and most ap proved constniction, manufactured and for sale, with ex plicit printed directions for its use, by JOHN MATHEWS, CORNER OF FIRST AVENUE AND 2'JTIT- STREET. Opposite Bellevue, New "York Ihe oulv establishment devoted exclusively to the manu facture of $0 DA WATE R MACHINERY, Ac, in the United jan TIME SALE OF GROCERIES. ON WEDNESDAY the 2nd February, 1853, we will offer on liberal terms at Public Sale : 100 Hogsheads Prime New Sugar; 800 Barrels do do Molasses; . 50 Packages Refined Sugar; : 500 Kegs biiocnberger's Nails, assorted nos,; 2o Casks Weeding and Grubbing Hoes; 500 Boxes Glassware, assorted; 500 Boxc3 Manufactured Tobacco, all grades;. -100,000 Regalia and Principeo Cigars . r r t 10 Barrels Schultz's XX Pale Ale fresh; ' ' " . 20" Cans Fresh Baltimore Oysters, ' do; 1D0 Bundles Wrapping Paper all sizes; 100 Reams Letter Paper; 100 Barrels "Wagner's" Whisky; 59 do Common Rectified do; Vnik various other articles. The goods will be put up in our usual quantities. Terms or Sale. All sums under $200 Cash. All sums over$200, four mouths forapproved endorsed notes paya blelri one of the city Banks. jan27 W. H. GORDON. & CO QUEENSWARE at REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY HAVING purchased of ilr. W. Gilliam his, very large ,'cnd vyell assorted stock of Queen'sware, Glass and China, a great portion of which is of late importa tions, I am now prepared to furnish all who may favor me with acall. vith Qucensware,Ac, very low for casli. . ' i'Aii it to their interest to give .. .1 . i' e given to business, and good ind, North side of the Pub Ec -5m J. C. DARD EN lnv lor fjish or siniirnvod lmner. jjedsteaus. a lanre lot: Extension Tables, do; Bureaus, Ac, fast. Dininc Desert, Card and Work Tables, a bta'es, ana wnere may ueiouna a large assortment orerery article counccted with the business, including Matenals, Ac jan 27 3m Establisueo 20 Years. HRT GOODS, &G. NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. I HAVE this day associated with me in business, 3Lr. ROBERT L. WHITE. The business will hereafter be conducted at my old store tinder the firm of STEVENSON & WHITE. In returning my thanks to my many friQnds and the public for the liberal patronage which I have re ceived, Irespectfully solicit a continuance of the same to the new firm, janl, 1853 L. D. STEVENSON. LEAUAIT O. STEVENSON. ROBERT L. WHITE. STEVENSO'N & WHITE, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Corntr of the Square and Qdllege Street, AasJitilU, Tenn. WE have now instore one of the largest aniibest assort cd stock of goods iu, the city, whch we are auxious to reduce, to make room for our Spring purchases. We re spectfully request our friends and the public to examine our goods before making their jiurchases, as we are determined to sell low for cash, orto punctual dealers onliberal time. Wc will stlLour Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Lanes and Shawls at cost. janG STEVENSON A WHITE DBESS GOODS.-Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors; Rich Neat Plaid bilks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhinei Small Check'd DeXanes Rich plain Gro de Rhmesj Small Figur'd De Lanes;' Rich Plain Gro de Rhine in all color; White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; French, English and German Merinocs, in all colors, plain; De Lanes in all colors; Plain Cashmeres. Wo have a large assortment of the above goods which wc will sell at very reduced prices. jan6 STEVENSON & WHITE. "l TOURNING GOGDS. We have a beautiful assort XtJL meat, sucb as Alatacas, De Lanes, Canton Cloths, black English Crape, Italian do, Bombazines, Silks and Rib bons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchiefs, Hoisery, Col lars and Sleeves, Gloves, Ac. janG STEVENSON A WHITE. EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS Beautiful Val. Lace Chemizetts and Sleeves to match, lloniton Lace do do, Needle Work do, Honiton Lace-trimmed do, lloniton Val. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars, Ao., Valencienes; Laces, Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and Jaconets Insertings and Ldguigs, Black und white I-ace Capes, Black and Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buffings, Ac, Ac House-Furnishing Goods. Rich Satin Lace for Window Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain Dam asks in variety, Lace nnd Muslin Curtains, extra Rich Table Damasks, in all qualities, Towel Diapers, Towels and Napkins of all kinds, Barnslcys, 10-4, 11-1 and 12-4 Linen Sheeting, 12-i Muslin do, French, English and Americau Furniture Prints. Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear. Silk 3Ierino and Lamb's Wool Vests and Drawers, Uuiou Dresses, Silk, Merino, Licen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies, Misses and Children, in every variety, best Paris Kid Gloves, in all colors, Lcdics, Misses and CbUdren's Wool and Merino Gloves, Boy's Hoisery and Gloves. For sale lotv by STEVENSON A WHITE, jan 6 Corner of College st. and the Square. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS VX Silk, Merino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un der Shirts aud Drawers; Silk, 3Icrino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton Hosiery; a nice assortment of Patent Shirts and Col lars; Black and Fancy Cravats, Stock", Scarfs, Ac; Kid, Buck, Beaver, Fur and Wool Gloves, a good assortment; Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Suspenders, Ac." For solo Ioy, by janG ' - - STEVENSON A WHITE. WHITE GOODS. Bleached Jluslins in ever)' qual ity; Bleached Drillings, Jaconet Cambrics, Muslins, Swiss iluslin, Check'd -uiid Strip'd Muslins; Hair Cord, Check'd aud Strip'd Cord; India .Mulls and Twills. Shur' French and 31ainsook finlls, Book Twills. In short, we have a large assortment of tho abore Goods, which we will sell ven-low. jan6 STEVENSON A WHITE. URS.Wehavo a beautiful assortment, which will be sold at greatly reduced prices. JanG STEVENSON A WHITE. FLANNELS. A Nice Stock of Pink, Blue and White Unshrinking Flannels, Welch Gauze, and other cheap er Flannels, whxh we ate selling low. janG STEVENSON A WHITE. "3 ERFUMERY. Colegne Water, Extracts Hair Oils I and Soaps, from the best French Perfumers. jan 0 STEVENSON A WHITE. SOMETHING NEW. THE SOUTH N.VSIIVILLE FURNITURE MANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now offering 1 2?iSPsplendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur fn nitureat their Depotou Market street. Thomas' 5j32fnew building, (between Union mil and the square, which tliev otter at prices to suit purchasers, both at whole sale and resiil. Thev intend to give satisfac tion to purchasers work warranted. Call aud examine their,stock. Orders for Work attended to with despatch. " It. II. GROOMS, Pres't. W. L. Nance. Sec'y septfix ATEATlR IV A IiS 120 bags Buck WhcaTl'lclr; 350 kegs Nails, assorted; 10 kegs Golden Syrup; 100 boxes Star Candles; 10 bbis Molasses; 50 do Tallow do; 10 t do. do; 10 bbls Loaf Sugar; 20 bbls extra St. Louis Flour; 10 do Crushed do. All of which will be sold cheap for cash. an G ' SAM SEAY. QMYRNA FIGS.--A few drums fine Smyrna Figs O just received bv , d!5 R. A J. NIXON. T7" All AT- EE-LO.KO OM A fresh supplyof this ii. delightful article, just received by janB5 ' It. A J. NIXON. CRACKNEL BUISCUIT. 100 boxes Cracknel Buiscuit, just received by jan2; R. A J. NIXON. CHAMPAGNE. 50 baskets Champagne of the best brands, in store and for sale by jan25 R. A J.NIXON. T RESERVES, IMCKLES, &c We have now on JL hand a large supply of Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Sauce, Ac jau23 R. A J. NIXON. UNITED STATES HOTEL. AUGUSTA, GA. npHE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of L PLiKMAjNlSNT AiMJ XUAjNMIiiVi' HOARDERS. This long established and well-known lloiise has under gone a thorough alteration throughout, und furnished with new and fashioncblc FURNITURE. The TABLE wid always be supplied with tho BEST the market affords; and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants and the regulations of the house generally, he will bo enabled to give entire satisfaction to those that may favor him with their patronage jau2'J lytrw w JNO. W. SPEAR. MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE U. S. MAIL PACKETS, CITY OF HUNTS VILLE emiSsy. mm, rpUE CITY OF nUNTSVILLE will leave Nashville foe 1-, Memphis every Friday; at G o'clock, 1: 11., and leaves Mcmphisfor Nashville every Monday, at 11 o'clock, a.m. EMBASSY will leave Nashville for Memphis every Monday at G o'clock, p. m., leaves Memphis for Nashville every Thursday at 11 o'clock, a. m., delivering the mail at the sev eral post offices between the above pot ts. They will also touch at all points between the post offices. Persons traveling southward wiil find it to their advantage to take this line, as it is from two to three days quicker and equally as cheap to Nevr Orleans; meeting at Memphis with Memphis aud Jrew Orleans Packets which leave on the arri val of our packets, for New Orleans. Our packets also con necting with the Arkansas and White River Mail Line. Eve ry pains will be taken to render those who call on us com fortable- For freightor passage, apply at the U. S. Mail Of fice, Nashville, or A. B. SHAW A CO., Memphis. jaulS A. L. DAVIS, Nashville. 57 JOHN K. HUME. 57 . TNO. K. HUME, No. 57, College street, has just re el ceived a new supply of VELVET RIBBONS of all widths, Ac jan 2G. BY STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD STOCK COMPLETE. JOHN K. HUME is now prepared to offer to his friends and customers an excellent assortment of Sta ple and. Fancy Dry Goods, all entirely fresh and new, of the very latest Importations. For Ladies Brocade Silk, Brocado Robes, Cashmeres, Scotch Plaids, Plaid Merinos, Welsh Flannels, Lace Col lars, and Lace Berthens. For Gentlcmen-T-Rich Scarfs and Cravats, Shoulder Seam Shirts, Under Garments, Kid Gauntletts, Kid and Silk Gloves, Embr'dVtstings, Cloths, Cassimeres, Ac jan2G. NAEE0W VELVET RIBBONS. COLORED and Black Trimming Ribbons Furs Lustred Jenny Muffs, Belgyan Coney Muffs Lustre J Lynx do., Fitch ilufl's, White Muf&, French Victo rine, French Cuffs, Swnnsdown do. Wolfe Robes for travelers, Ermine Cuffs, Ermine Vic torines, Baptismal Pants, Russian Coating, Bear Skin. Cloth Fringes of all colors suitable for dresses. Also, Blanket Cloths for Coating; Superfine Bed-Blankets; anK ions just jan2G College St., near the Public Square. C. E. GRENVLLLE & CO., General Commissior; Merchants, Chattanooga, Tenn. '"VTTILL pay particular attention to sales of Bacon, Lard Y V and other articl us of Western produce. As they have a larget and personal acquaintance, and di rect correspondence atmost of the important towns in Geor gia, 4ind part of South Carolina and North Alabama, they will be enabled to disjwso readily of the above mentioned articles in season, and icspectfully soh'cit consignments.' Reference to V. K. Stevenson, Esq., MonsANt&C;,. Nashville. A." J. Dbngan; . ) Bradlet, WitsoN & Co., EunUville, Ala. jan!7 6m , " '-' ' '' (NOTHING CITY 1 ANUFACTORY HOME TNDUS- - . . 41 TSYr I KEEP wn'skatly-ife hand a full supply of all kinds of gentlemen's .wearitlg apparel, made up in the very best manner undwray oasuperinlcndance, and would ask my friends and thepublielp give me a call and convince tbem selveiitis their own iidvaHtoge,asI-knowl can suit them in prkf. A'. SANDHOUSE, dec 1 Markitt strett, sis dcors from the square. Saddle lilankets, negro JJiankcts, colored and aotteu in ets: and a creneral variety of Dress Goods, of all descript received and for sale. JOHN K. liUMb, MISCELLANEOUS. C. MACCREGOR, t N. -R. ALLOWAT, J. BANKHEAD. MACGEEGOR, ALLOWAY & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,) Nexr Orleans. SF N. E. ALLOWAY & CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at all times prepared to inake liberal cash advances on ship ments to U3. seplS VALUABLE NEGRO "WOMAN FOR SALE, BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson County, at the November term, 1S52, and renewed at the January term 1S53, I will offer fur sale, at the court bouse yard, in the city of Nashville, on Saturday the 5th day of'February, 1853, to the highest bidder, for cash, a negro woman, named Fanny, aged about 2G years. Said negro woman belongs to the estate of A. J. Ford, dee'd; and is sold for the purpose of distribution among his heirs. jan 12 twtd F. R. CIIEA'lHAM, Clerk. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING E3TAE- Cedar Street, five doors from the Public Square, iiiiv.c.uiay dc iounu a cnoiceand well sile.;teri stock of Cloths, Casimeres and Vestings. all of which wiil be made up to order in tho most Fash ionable Style and at as short notice as can be done m uu- . 1 ffT - 1 J- .1 A- - cuy mine union, ana at pnees 10 sun me tunes. Ready Made Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of all kinds. A tine assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, tsT-Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine, jan sj THOS. J. ROGGH, Agent. J"UST RECEIVED T. J. Hough is now receiving and opening his Fall and Winter stock, consisting of Lccths, Cassimeres, Vetting, etc, in great variety and of latests styles. Also, a supenor lot of Ready Made Cloth thuig, and Gentlemen fs Furnishing Goods to all of which ' be invites the attention of Ids friends and the public generally- Li&nS T. J-DOUUlI: JL'ST RECEIVED. A superior assortme nt of sea sonable Ready Made Clothing, consisting of Black Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etat Sacks; Colored " " " " " pants; " " Sacks; Fancy Cassimere do; Bufl white and figured Marseilles VestL. And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine and elegant assortment. T. J. HOUGH, jan a Cedar street. LIFE INSURANCE. HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART FORD, CONNECTICUT. Jasies Dison, I'res. Henry L. Millek, Sec'y. Capital and Surplus S300.000. Insurance on lives of white persons on tho joint stock and mutual pi in. Also. Insurance on tbe lives of Negroes, on reasonable terms. S. LL LOOM IS, jan 15 6m Ajrent. CLARK STREET COACH MANUFACTORY. 1853. aHE PROPRIETOR of this establishment r&ZSjL, . begs leave to inform the public and his old ffifegP1 customers, that he still carries on the Coach and Jitig gy business in all its various brandies, viz: Coach Painting, Wood Work, Trimming, Blacksraithing, Harness Making, and Finishing. All work sold by me is made at the Clark Street ManuLctory and warrented. I now have on hand, and for sale, Family Carriages, Rockaways, Baiouciies, Trotting Buggies, Sulkies, and School Omnibuses. In my work all of tbe newest fashions and latest siyles are introduced and warranted. All Orders for new work attended to with promptness and despatcu Having good workmen 111 my employ. Repairing done with promptness anil despatch, and my customers may rely on getting their work when prom ised. IRA A STOUT, jan 17 triwly Clark Street, Nashville, Tenn. at Wholesale MORGAN & CO. are now receiving und openings large and an unusually attractive stock of SPRING GOODS, embracing a much larger variety, nnd richer stvles of FANCY GOODS than they have ever heretofore luiil it in their power to offer to the retail trade. Feeling confi dent of their ability to give entire satisfaction, they solicit an inspection of their stock and an examination of their prices by those desirous of purchasing. janl-1 trwOw VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. PAPER MILL PROPERTY, containinL' on Cumberland river, three miles from Gallatin, on'wh.ch, (besides the Paper Mill building,) there is a good Dwelling House, Store House, and suudiy other bnildings. The site of the improvements are entirely above iejun'r, and wel adapted to manufacturing purposes. Payments One third c.vsu, the balance one and two vears R. M. BOYERS, Receiver. Gallatin, Jan. 10, 1So3 td d trw w J. J. COIIEN "Wholesale and Re tail Grocer and Commission Merchant. novl3-t!m. ROME, GEORGIA. MiliSH GRASS SEED Growth of 185'J. 10 barrels Red Glover Seed. 200 bushels Blue Grass Seed; 275 ' do Herds Grass Seed; received by T. WELLS. janl2 eolm Market .street, Nashville. 1 s C1IOOL BOOKS. Of even- variety. For salo-by jan 12 . TOON & RUTLAND. CUMBERLAND HOTEL, Foot of Broad Street, Directly opposite the Steamboat landing, Nashville, Tenn. J. L. GRACE, Proprietor. THE undcrsigned, thankful for tho very liberal patronage bestowed on this House since he opened it to the public in March last, nnd most re spectfullv solicits a continuance or'nublic favor. To the boarding and traveling community, he would say, that he is now prepared 10 give mem accommodations equal to any hotel in the city, having procured tbe services of polite and attentive clerks, experienced waiters, and first rate cooks. The rooms are large and pleasantly situated, commanding a beautiful view ofthc river und business operations of the city. . Persons wishing to travel by the river this house af fords superior advantages, being located Immediately at the landing. The traveller who stops here need never loose his chance of the first boat Baggage will always be conveyed to and fr jm Steamboats by the servants of the house, free of charge Bills always mcderate. jan22 J. L. GRACE. WET and unpleasant under foot, and to avoid Pleuri sy, Pneumonia, Coughs, Colds and -Affections cf the the Lungs, the justly celebrated FRENCH CORK SOLES, should be worn, of which the subscriber has received a large supply of Ladies, -Misses, and Uentleincn s sizc3. Forsale by janao H. G. SCOVEL. rpEETII, Nail, Hat, Hair, Broom, Scrub, Tanner's JL Blacking and Scouring, Paint, Varnish, Marking, Art ists, Shaving, Clothes). "Steucil, Camels and Badger Hair, Sweeping, " hite Wasbf Popes Eye, (for cleaning windows) and Graining and Blending BRUSHES. on hand and for sale by 11. G. SCOVEL. North side of the Public Square, 3 doors West of the Nash ville Inn. jan25. i A A Gll0S3 Charles Patridge's Round Wood Box JLU VJ Matches, just received by jan25 H. G. SCOVEL 1000 POUNDS Refined Salt Petrc, for sale bv jan'J H. G. SCOVEL. PERFUMERY in great variety, kept constanjlv on hand and for sale by jan25 H. G. SCOVEL. GRASS SEEDS Orchard Grass, Timothy, Herd's Gras3, Clover and Blue. Grass Seeds, ou hand and for sale by jan25 IL G. SCOVEL. OUININE (Sulphate) Sulphate Morphine, Phosphat Lime, Collodian, Carb, Pofasi, Lunar Caustic, Oil Cedar just received and for sale by jan 20 n. G. SCOVEL. rpJtUSSES. Nero Abdominal Supporters, andShoulder JL Braces, in great variety for sale bv jan 25 "H. G. SCOVEL. STRAYED from the subscriber, on tbe White's Creek Pike, one mile and a half below Nashville, about twen ty days since, a SORREL COLT, 3 years old next spnng, both hind feet white, a small star and stripe in the face, about 1)4 hands high is a natural pacer, and in fine order. I will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me, or for such information as will enablo me to get him. ' jan!5 triw3w JOHN S. SRIEN. IN GREAT DEMAND. WE are supplying as fast as we can manufacture them, tbe popular wrought Iron Cooking Stove called THE T ENNESS E AN , and we offer the following good and sufficient reasons why it should be in every family in the South: 1st. It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the subscribers in f he city of Nashville. 2nd. It is of such durable materials that it must out last three or four cast iron stoves. 3rd.- It Is more complete in its cooking apparatus, than any cast iron cooking stove. 4th. It is so complete in its construction, that a child can nseit 5th. Its economy of fuel is such, that it does not use half as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size. 6th. In economy of time it is important, as it can bo heat ed ready for cooking in a few minutes. 5 ' 7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the, stoyeCis equally heated at the same time. 8th. Its perfect reliability, as wo, have put np over 400 of fhera ln this State, and no one has ever failed to give en tire satisfaction-. , , The Tehnessean has now been before the public for five years, and if not as new as some, it has another advantage quite as great, vie a well earned reputation and a rising credit. It has been doing tbe work of many hundreds of families' for several years, and it may be said, to have k tablished iTSELP is BUSINESS. Competition and change have done it no hurt Like an old and well known trading house that retains its regular custom, while new ones are springing up around it, so this stove has held on its 'way. Nostovecould thus steadily and permanently prosper, that has not sterling qualities the true.element of success. The TeniSossean started on right principles, aad has had no' occasion io stop for improvements. Those who havo used it, are determined still, to use it, without modification or change: It is brought forward as th'"same substantial, 'convenient business-like stove, that has served the public so well heretofore, and'tbat'haa 'done ifull share in gaining for our establishment the reputation.it enjoys; of keeping the best cooking stoves in themarket. SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. jan Nashville. ILL offer for sale at the Court-House, m Gallatin, on the first Mondav in Fcbmary next, the SU.MNEU 162 acres of Land MEDICAL. THE INFALLIBLE COUGH EEMEDY. DR. C. WILLIAMS' Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wcod Naptha. For the cure of Ccvghs, Colds, Ifoarsenets, Jhovinccovgh , Croup, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Asthma" and dn sumpii'jn. From Physicians Testimony "Worth Knovriutj. Read the subjoined opinion of Dr. J. W. Hickey, of Moulton, Ala., a popular and skillful physician of the old school, and of more than twenty years expenence. Moulton. Ala.. Jnlv 20.1351. Dr Chas. Wiluam3 Dear Sir; I embrace the present opportunity of addressing you a few lines relative to your Pulmonic preparation of Wild Cherry, which you have in troduced to the notice of the publi c "I have all my life been opposed to all secret remedies, butafter my interview with you last Spring, and from the information "you imparted to me relative to the ingredients of which your excellent pre paration is composed, I felt no hesitation in trying your pre paration in my case, and am pleased to say it fully justified the favorable Impression I bad entertained of itsefheacy in affections of tbe Lungs. I also presenbed your preparation to many of my patients with the greatest success. Iam also informed by my friend Dr. Jenkins, of Ilillsboro' that he has found it in bis practice to be a most valuable Amdine Expectorant in all cases that have been under his observa tion. I would suggest to vou the propriety of having your agent always fully supplied in this place, as I fbund that vour agent here had entirelv sold out all you had forwarded Litn. I take great pleasure in recommending vour valuable preparation as a most efficient remedy in all 1'mlnwwry Ayvctioiis and the best Anodine Expectorant with winch I am acquainted. If you think this will Iwof anv bonflt toyou, yon can use it in such a manner as you mav think advisable. Most truly yours, J. W. HlCKEY, M. 1). For sale Wholesale and RetaiLtind on Agency hf X M ZIMKUMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is tfee CfeBonil. Agentfor hxs popular and pulmUt p.,ipu-utioB at thfrcity ef Nashville and surrounding country. It is also for sle by the following Dnimsfs: EWIN-BROTIIRRS, C ART W RIGHT A ARMSTRONG, W.W. BERRY, . ... , GEORGE W.UENDERSHOCT; T. WELI?, 11. G. SCOVEL, . BEACH, FLEMING A CO., ? QIJItRY A. MARTIN, NiehvlHe. f JJINGFORD A McDKUMOTTf Murfhttabue. - " K G. CLOUSTON. ) 1 , r" F.S. WOLRIDGK, f HAWKINS ATOWLER, Cotowbirt. And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Teti nessee, and all ijie Southern and Western State, jmi 1 lm d tu w ( CHERRY PESTOIML For llic Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, IIOARSEAESS, BRONCHITIS, WH00PLG-t'0UGH, CROUP, ASTHMA. AND t ? C0SUDIPTJ0iY. "AmLby thericer, upon thtliank thereof shMgrcne all trees for meat, ichose Intf shall not fade ami the fruit (hireoj shalltie for meat ami the le.'f thereof for medicine." i- Here was hope for the sick recorded long go, and e ery year adds new proof to the assurance that these promises shall not fail As medical Science discovers and designates the romedie nature has given, one by one, the disoae that afflict our race yield to the control of art. Of all the malaltos.we suffer from, none has carried more victims to an untimely grave than Consumption of the lungs. Subjoined we give some evidence that this too may bo curod, and the Fulmowory Complaints, in all their forms, may be removed by CnenaY PucroitAL. Space will not nermit us to publish here any proportion o f the cures ithasected, but tbe Agent below named, will furnish our Circular, free, whereon are full particulars and indisputable proof of these facts. Sufferers: read and judge for yourselves. FOR INELUENZA AND WHOOPING COUGn. Nashville, Tenn., June 26, 1S51. Sin I have repeatedly used your Cubhkv Pectoral for Whooping Cough and influenza and have no hesitation in E renouncing it a complete remedy. Four of ray children ave been atllicted with these diseases, and the free we of the Pectoral has alwavs afforded almost instant relief. JAMES GLOVER. We attest to the truth of the above statement. E. P. McGINTY, Editor of the Nashville Whig. J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Druggist. FOR A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH. Pittsuduo, Pa., Fob. 25, 1861. Dear Sin For three years I have been attHcted with a Cough, so distressing that I frequently disponed of recovery; much of the time 1 was obliged to sit up all night in my chair, as my cough would sutl'ocute me when I laid down. Having used many remedies without much relief I at last tried the CHERRY PECTORAL which under Providence has cured me altogether. I am with gratitude vours, JAMES M'CAMBLESS This is one of the numerous Cures of Asthma which have been accredited to Cherry i'ectonil Aldaxt; N. Y., April 17, 184S. Da. Atkr, Lowell. Dear Suk I have for years been af flicted with Asthma in the worst form, so that I have been obliged to sleep in my chair for a larger part of the time, be ing unable to breathe on my bed. I liad tried a great many medicines, f o no purpose, until my physician prescribed, as an experiment, your Cinuinr Pectoral. At first it seemed to inake me woise; but in less than n week 1 began to experience the most gratifying relief from its use; and now, in four weeks, tbe disease is entirely re moved. I can sleep on my bed with comfort, and enjoy, a state of health winch I had never cxpe cted to enjov. GEORGE S. FARANT, Commission and Forwarding Merchant. FROM THE PRESIDENT OF AMHERST COLLEGE, ED WARD HITCHCOCK, M. D., LL. D., Ac. J. C. Ateu. Sir: I hare used your CHERRY PECTORA I . in my own case of deep-seated bronchitis, and am satisfied, from its chemical constitution, that it is an admirable com pound for the relief of laryngial and bronchial diltieultlcs. If my opinion, as its superior character, can be of any ser vice, you are at liberty to use it as you think proper. ,J ED WARD H1TCUC0CKL Amherst, Sept 12, 1840. Among the other distinguished authorities who have" lent theirnamcsto recommend this preparation as the best know n to them for affections of the lungs, arc: . H President Perkins, Vermont Med. College. 1 -t Prop. Sillimax; Yale Colleire. Pnor. Valex-tixe Mott, New-York. Psof. Cleaveland, Bowdoin Med. College. Prof. Butterwels. Ohio Med. Collese. Canadian JocrMl or Medical Science. - . Boston Med. & Scrg. Journal. .- Charleston, S. C, Medical Review. ' '( New Jersey Medical Reporter. Hon. Henrt Clat, U. S. Senator. , Hon. Geo. P. Marsh, Am. Ambassador to Turkey. Gkn.EmanuelBulnes, President of Chili. Rt. Rev. Ed. Power, Lord Bishop of Toronto. ' Rev. Dock Lansing, Brooklin, New York. Archbishop Puecell, of Cincinnati, Ohio. ' Also, many eminent persons in foreign countries. Not only in the more dangerous and distressing diseases ot the Lungs, but also as a family medicine for occasional use, it is the safest, pleasantest and best in the world. Prepared and sold by JAMES C A YER, oct23 3m. Druggist and Chemist, Lowell. Mass. W.W. BERRY. And Druggist and Dealers in Medicine everywhere. TOU "STALE AND FEMALE. B1 iE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command 1 !!. ctinuM ha cheerfullv obeved bv ttm diiMron nf men. Dr. Larzctt's JUNO CORDIAL, or Procrcative Elixir, . nr 1 1 1 a? - .... ' prescnDcs as au eueuiuai resiorauve in case ol Debility mpotency, or Barrenness, and all Irregularities of nature. It is all that it professes to be, -riz: Nature's, great restorative, and remedy for those in the married state without ofispi ing. It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General Debility, Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous affect?, ins, Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un equalled. Also, a certain remetly for Incipient Consump tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy-, Physical Lassi tude, Female Weakness, Debility, -Ac, It is warranted to please the user in any of the- above complaints, and 41 of priceless' value to those without offspring. 9 Caution Extra,r-Find the name 01' Comsfoct & Bi oth ers on the -wrapper and never buy it unless you findtthe names as it has heed extensively counterfited of LifeJ Avoid tbe countcrftat as yon would poison. CARTWRJGUT k ARMSTRONG Whelesa.o and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and -Market Streete, Nashville. fjulylS dtnvA w 12mri T?INr- RONNEXaH&THAYELING TRUNKS Jj Fi.ie Sole feather Traveling Trunks; Yi Kip and Common Trunks; Ladies' Fina Bonnet Trunks. Just received by .nU. RAMAGE & CHURCH -A illR 1 !