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Tf apreieuts CELEBRATED PUMP
r &r tTi.? rL'ir
ut jwa FiIV feSTnrfnre ",uu,"a" u? iinS a piece ot Hose, thisi'iimp
StetS I,CM,' " betferadP,d simP'e and durable, than
2uE!5'Z!:a3' ".r? Powr, Wind
lulad fiwaii p.AT.T ' m ma ji
iE, Rrp,,."e,t,frIl0,W rf
ttJ.F! 2&$S2T- l VUP' DM.
Mianu ;tt.;T "T , wm De pkac.I to have those interested call ai.d examine :
wflTSj. .eX"t?t ,mPrcmt, which is w on exliibitiu.ii at the Union Hall, Nashvflle. All orders for Pump
HI reeeire every attention, ffcb y-tf. C. D. WINCUELL A GO.
A Sure Reliance. -So certain are the effects of Dr.
il Lanes Liver Pills in csea of disordered Liver, that thm-
at regarded as die Specific for that complicated class of
uhkkmm known a Hepatic The patient haft a medicine at
nana upon wti?ch lie can a! way rely. 'All that is nacee-ary
iB to purcfaatc and tue Dr. Jf'Lutu't Liver PUk, to secure
a restoration ot health. thi:
t v c Wwp Towkwip, Allegheny Co. Pa.
J. IVlfM) .fe Ho Li. U.n. I. ...... tT? . r r.
n? lw Mr rife two boxes of the
uoetor a i'Hla and 1 nasi, re you tiiey have done her mora
wkjcJi time lie wua in regular attendance. These two boxes"
J mK, mil effect h ewe. - JA.MKS JONES.
rrhb valuable medicine may be had at all the princi
pal Drug Stores in Nashville and vicinity.
"While there is Life there is Hope!" Some
of the uMit dreadful and stubborn diMeages of the Lungs
erne known, hare been promptly and entirely cared by
Dr. C. Uril!i!uiss i'almuaic Uiilsain of Wild
Gharry and Wood iNnptha, afiw tlie imst skillful
Physician and every known re.-He.ly had failed. We there
fore say, " H'wfc thre U Life there it Jhp,n if you useJ
this new and popular remedy.
. -T oe long advcrticiiieot in another column. lino.
Be Warned iii Time ! All who are afflicted with
0igiu, Coldt, and all dia-s of the Throat and Lung,
are most earnestly adried to gire Da. C. Williams' Polmo
nic liALSAV or Wild CufcRav and rooD Xaitma, an imme
diate trial, it is the greatest remedy of modem times, and
wdues the moU a-mialdng reaulU. Soe adrertiaemcnt
in another column. jmji j,,,,
Colla's Jiu'.v Saloon. Tunck Uvcry Day.
7 his iiniahed Ustablisliment has Lunch set out ever)- day
ni li.df-prtst ten o'clock. Cslla's Sai.oo.v is a favorable re
ta t to all wlio like to luxuriate. He Iihm the best of Liquors
of all kin U; and the Lunch he spi-eads is enough to wht
the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clerer himself; lie
haajwlUo and clever asisnU; and all who Tsit him once
will be sure Jo call aain. ' j
An Ounce of Faot is worth a pound of theory and the
swarms of oondusive facte that cluster around that incom
im'jblc preparation, Hoofland'a German Bitters. nrennnl lr
'.)?. fi f IliU. 11.1.. .-.(..1 .l:u: St. I.'. ..I
- -. . junnivijmtn, crHvinil im VUlUt? U J
tonutnnd restorative, are such as would prevent incredulitA"!
iisoii iiwti quastonmg it clheacy. In all cases of djee ol
the iMoinadi, whether acute or chronic it nmy be -recommended
for ite sooiliing, cordial and ronovatiBjfiBiluonea. Dys
pepsta, heartburn, loss of upiietito, nausea, nervouo tremors.
relaitMMi, debility, .lc, are rehered. bv the BiUera in a
very shert space of Mme- and perse vemaee in their use nevirf
( .i i
" huiiv u itiwruuii cure.
Another Scientific Wonder! .Important to
Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. IloughtoaV Pepsin, tlie True Di
gestive lluid or Gatric Juice, prejmred from Ronnet, or" the
Fourth Stomach of tlie Ox, after directions of Baron Leiber,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, SI. 1).,
Philadelphia. This is only a wonderful romody for Imlige
1 ion, Dyspepsia, undice, Liver Complaint, Constiipatioa and
Debility, curing after nature's own uhsUhmI, by .nature's own
ngdiit, the Gatric Juice. Pumjdilets, containing scientific
endaneesof its valne, furnisliod by agente gratis. See notice
among the medical advertisements.
2He meti oetrmr dinar y diteowy iu He WvrU is the Gr M
Arabian Httm-dyJr man and Itetui.
II. G. FAIfRELL'S
IT IS AN ERRONEOUS IDEA that diseases cannot be
cured esoejtt by taking large quantities of mediciros into the
stomach, in a great many cases of whicli mueli im'ry is
dane, although the dime in point be actually cured. The
coats nf Ute stomach by continued use of nauseating mix
. turc, freqnently become so mudi disordered that tlie digest
ive function is teriiiuely injaredthe result of which is dys
pepsia, nervousness, cholics, alternate diarrlKoa and costire
ne, flatulence, nightmare, etc., etc. Would it not, there
fore, be very desirable to possess a remedy, whicli being ap-1
x - - j " " -v. . nwKjt uwiw w niuiakmi i
tion, and thu carry off tliniugh this medium, the deleterious J
principle, which is ihc direect atvte of the dwease? Sure
lr overv thinbinir nmn will mlmii lm (Kio immLl n.i. '
" (. ........ v ..it.v iim iiuuiii t.vyv 1 I
be the most fUu4aU, but by far the safest means to effect
the desired end. The almost superhuman cures per
formed br tlie Arabian physicians in'the days of old wtsre
mainly effected by this course of treatment, and the inci
dionts of w;h.ch II. O. FAR HELL'S CELEBRATED ARA
BIAN LINIMENT is composed, arc extracted from rare
plaut peculiar to Arabia. This great Liniment (which is now
to be bad of most respectable druggists and merchants in
every town in the United States) is dailv affecting cures
whieh seemed beyond the power of medicine to control
consumption, bronchitis, and liver complaints in their first
stages, nervous aUections, indigestion, enlargement of the
spleen, scrofulous tumors, goitre, etc., etc, arc frcfluentlv
cured, and aUoay relieved by its use. It is unsuqwssed as
- r ----- J vn tiiiUUlU.1 At Ui 4 ID
applioation, it soothes the iiritated nerves, and produces
i"""""t . c tttiituiu at tut ita
aut.. ubiiuMuiu.uijuiH.j wt.fciutiu tllU IJC1 uua nivalin.
Sprains, bruses, wounds, burns, sore throat, chilblains,
rheumatism, sun pain, otc, arc speedily cured by it, and
for nearly all ailments in horses or cattle, requiring an ox
t ternal application, it is an effectual remedy.
Loot out fc (kwnierfeit!
The puhlic are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately inado its appearance, called W. B. Furroll's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all tlie counter
feits, because his having the name of Farrell, mam' will buy
it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, aud they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale druggist, No.
17 Slain street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters U. G. before Farrell's, thus II. G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Soldbr CARTWRIGilT fe AUMSTHOVfJ i
and by regular authorized agonts tliroughout the United
S3?" Price 25 -and 50 cents, and SI nor Knfiln
AGENTS WANTED i a CTcry town, village and hamlet in
vne umiea oiuie.-), in wmcnoneis noi aircauy established
Address 1L G. Farrell as above, accompanied' with jrood re
ference as to character, respectfully, Ac. (IN
VALUABLE EEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
THOSE two Store Houses on Union street, one
occupied by Voiiot, the other by Flowers, are
now otTorod for sale. Each fiont about 2u feet on
TTninn slnt thn lots nliruit Km fonf Annn
If not previously sold, they will be offered at Public Falc
at tho Court House door, in Nashville, ojtATlRUAYjihQ
in uay oi .uui uu iiuai, ui i o ciock.
Terms, C, 12, It?, and Si months, fooJgl)35ruigititercfet'
irom uaie, payaoie in uanK, witn ttvo gWoriuor.m
jTeljl LINDSLEYA CROCKETT.
i lately of tho house olilessrs. Ewin Brothors, has been
engaged by us to attend to the Prescription Depart
ment of our house. Our friends may rely upon their
Prescriptions being compounded with accuracy and neat
ucss, and with the purest aud most select medicines.
Orders, by day or night, will lie promptly attended to.
CURREY & SIARTIN,
fe" 2 No. 85, Union Street.
placed in a nor, and
so arniiil ttiat water can be draw
"W0"1 J on.Wcd to pump a suflicient quantity
any article of the kind now in use or known in the United
Mill, WaterPower, or by Hand. Mines, Silt Well, Ac, catcu-
hi, vaier rower, or by Hand. Al nes, Salt Wells, Ac, cilcu
0is4fra- EleriHnsor Forcing water from Spring, Gap,
flwwnua, Tan'kbSk, Draining or Irrigation of Land.
NO. U, UNION ST.
The American Fruit Culturist, containing direc
tlom for the propagation and culture of Fruit Trees,
&.c By John J. Thomas. Illo.jtr.ded with 300 Fig
ures. The Fruit Garden -A Treatise on the propagation,
trunsplantin,., pruning and training of Orchard and
Garden Trees, Ac, also the laying out of Gardens and
Orchards By P. li irry Illustrated with 150 Figarej.
Gardening For Ladies, and Companion to the Flower
Garden. By Mrs. Loudon Edited by A, J. Down
ing. The Rose Manual, containing accurafc description? of
all the finest varieties of IlOijES, with directions for
their propagation, and the destruction of Insects. By
The Culture of the Grape. By K. Buchanan, with
directions for the cultivation of the STRAWBERRY.
By N. Imgworth.
The American Receipt Book - Or complete Book of
Reference, containing $,000 important Receipt'. By
A. S. Wright.
American Bce-Kecper;s Manual. By T. B. iliuer
Youatt Hz jlartiu's Practical Treatise oh Cuttle,
Youatton the Structure and Diseases ofllorsos.
The 'Fanner's Laud Measure, showing the con
tents of any piece of Land from dimensions taken in
Yaws. TOON &, RUTLAND.
MisS Leslie's Complete Cookery. Mrs. Bliss' Prac
tical Cook Book House-keeper's Guide.
The American Lady's System of Cookery.
Mrs. Ditcher's Domestic Economy, Aliss Beeche's
IIoubc Book. jun2. TOON & RUTLAND
JOHN YORK & CO.
John York Ac Co. have removed theirstock of Books
and Stationery, to No. 14, Union stit;-ef, (Railroad Store,)
where they are offering School Books- Sliscellaneous, Law,
Sledicaland Blank Ifooks, Letter, Foolscap and Note Paper,
&c at prices greatly rtductd since the fire. febf.
Swan's Reports: Reports of the cases argued and de
lcrmined in tlie Supreme Co"urt of Tennessee, during
the years 1S01-2. By Win. G. Swai Stain Reporter.
Kinnio's Biacksfone. .
Kinnie's Kent. . . ' , ' ,' !"' '
Kent's Commentaries or American Law."
Chitty's Pleadings. v' - -.
Chittyon Bills. - - V :
Chittyon Contraete. .'' "' .V .il -
Story on Bailments. . ' 7 '.
Story on Amity Jurisprudence. -
Story on CenBici ofI.aws.
Stoiy on Bills of Exchange. . . .
Story on Agency. -
Story on Partnership.
Story on Promissery Notes. ' '". .
Greenliof on the Testimony of the Evangelist. '
Greonlief on EWdonce. . -. -Greenleifs
on Real Property. ' ' ' .
Dnnial's Chancery Pleiidingand Practice.".; '. ...
Stojwien on Pleading.
Wheeler's Chancery Digest.
Starkieon Eiidcnce. , : .
Angoll and Ames on Corporation.
Angell on Water Courses.
Angell on Assignments.
Thomas' Coke, American Law Forms.
The above mimed Law Books are for solo at a less price
than, can be bought elsewhere, by .
j23 JOHN .YORK & CO.
No. 14 Union ;.tscet.
1IERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Kusic, Instcjimantal iiusic and
Tbiims. One Dollar a Lc&on, poj-able quarfcrly. Leltcrs
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention.
feb 2 ly. 11 ,
respectfully call the attention of buyers to' theirstock of
j...-, .j, 'imi ji-ion., "inuii uiey nave recently re
ceived, direct from the Sfanufhctorics, and offer them at the
lowest market prices. feb5 42, College st.
I TT11 GLOVES. Just recoirel a re-supply of Kid
, -14- .ui, ui vurtous coiure anu ucstquaiitv
1 Ai jc i'ic.fc.itvjiic&.. Just received an assort-X-
ment of Life Preservers, warranted to be of the best
quality. j.uil3 MYERS A McGILL
NOTIQE. In consequence of the Fire 011 Friday morn
ing, w'care compelled to suspend business for some
tune, but will commence again us soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which due notice will be given. In the
meantime we hope our friends who are indexed to us, and to
IIwiu, Lrown A Co., will come forward and settle up without
delay, that we may meet our own engagements promptly.
) e am be fonnd at No. 38, on the square John Nichols
We would also take II lis occasion to express our grateful
Csanks to those who have kindly favored us aud our prede
cessors with fheir patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens, to whose exertions we are mainly indebted for
what of our goods wore saved, and to those kind friends who
sympathise with us in our loss.
foo2 EWIN BROTHERS.
riri.ir AND' LTMW TT.tVi.'i5nrwn?mB
O Just received n superior lot of Silk and Linen Pocket
Handkerchiefs, and for sale by MYERS A SIcGILL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, College St,
one door from the Square. jani 0.
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form their iripudsnnd tlin nuhlic that
ttiey nave, taiccn uio otd stsnd ot j. i. Vatson, Ao. 34",
Deadcrick st., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches. Wcwill keep constantly on hand
an assortment of Carrintms w),:i' -" """ J; -.". " (
reasonable terms. ( c; .j4f
order promptly. Rej 4 tht : rmu$lr
IhepjiUlic may rely u; . tft. - iiir w-xt whv wu. .
Workgcntrustedittjai 4" w '-? r-r.'A. "tih,
wfirkmanship and nil -
ABMCKSJliaM 4"ftrv"- j vrir.
STflTH'S'WDKEtcJ-. - -
-H0RSESH0ET!fJ - JfTc
enced HORSE SHOERti, a'
their horses shod in the a-v.. , ;
to our care will be und( . teiBM - "'' " -r .
the Proprietors, and no ti'jus -.MT
isfaction to all. 'Wnn- vMi'iBhsj-
liberal share of their pai.
JAMES' RAILROAD AND ROUTE BOOK, for the
Western and Southern States. Compiled by J. Grisworld.
3IARY RICE; Or, The Adventures of a Servant Slaid.
By G. W. SI. Reynolds. Part second.
THE CONVERT OF ST. PAUL. A tale of Greece and
Rome, by Alex. Dumas.
HEALTH AND LONG LIFE, by-R. J. Gulverwill, M. D.
HOW TO BE HAPPY, do . do do.
DISEASES OF WINTER, do , do do.
For sale by fjan 29 ' F. HAGAN.
ZI0.VS HARP.- -A new and be
ubr Hymn Book, ji'.3t received by
:utiful edition of this pop
FzVSIlLY BIBLES. 100 Quarto Bibles, together with a
large collection of Due large Family Bibles, just received by
jan 29 " F. HAGAN.
130 DOZEN ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOKS,
j With alaie collection of Common and Classical School
j Books. The trade supplied at low prices.
Jn 29 . F. HAGAN.
INDIA! EATTLE3, MURDERS, SEIGES AND FORAYS
I17 THE SOUTHWEST. ,
JS'AIiATIVES OP Gen. ILux, Col Buowjt, Capt. Cakie,.
Joiw Davis, Joh;;. Bosley, Samubl Buun, Da. Suelby,
Thb Etbkbtt, Joux Rains, and including accounts of
JtfdfofaeJk Campaign AUci on Huchannn's Station -T&e
(Md Water Expedition JJurdng of Siglet's Fort-Battle
f Ganey Fork Attack m GreenfiM FvrtD'fence of
Jtkdsoe't LiciSevfe on Jieontloro'JAe Jllue Lick De
One Vol., paper. Price 80 cents. The thrilling interest
' of the above Naratiros must be attended with great popular
ity and an overwhelmkigsale. 1 therefore wih to engage
ONE-HUNDRED AGENTS to undertake the sale of them
in every county iu this State. A wall capital of from $15
to 50 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid
pi ofit may be realized. For particulars, address or call on
feb9 F. HAGAN, Publishers' Agent.
EEMOVAL.-DR. B. W. HALL has removed, to the
office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCorubV Cabinet Warerooms.
TUM' received a large stock 01 new and
Cicktiii.Mn U.imdniu ...l.:..l. I. ...1.1
low for cash or annroved naner. Bedsteads. 1 1 ' s? I I
a large lot; Extension Tables, do; Bureaus, Ac, Ac ; Break
fast, Dining, Desert, Card and Work Tables, a fine assort
ment. Clocks from one dollar seventy-five to fifty, all in
sured. Looking Glusses, Ac. Window Shades; Two Su
perior Pianos, which will bo sold ver' low, as I am about
euluiging my Warer-rooms and will offer Bahoai.ss. All ar
ticles insured just as recommended, and sent free of charge
to the depot or any where m the city.
I. SI. 3IORT0N, Union street,
dec2 l oa'TB opjwsite Bank of Tennessee.
Tenth Legion, Home Press and Banner of Peace, copy.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
rjpHE subscribers have associated themselves together for
X the purpose of carrying on a general agency' business
iu buying and selling negroes.
Wc can at all times be found at our oflicc, No. 88, Cedar
street, between Cherry and Summer, where we have erect
ed safe and comfortable quarters for keeping any number of
negroes, and thoscrwishing 10 sell may bo assured of getting
ticular in selecting good homos for favorite servants, with
out separating families. DAB BS A PORTER.
Reks W. Poiiteu, Giles county.
Jos. W. Daubs, Nashville. jan20
QODA WATER AVl'7lLwUSfor hvtrfac
O ttiring, drawing ajidboltleittr,'oJ.he latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions lor its use, by
COP.XER OP I-1EST AVEXUE ANO 20TIt STREET,
Opposito nelievuc, 'ew Yoek.
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture ot SODA WATER .MACHINERY, Ac., in the United
Sta'es, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac.
jan 27 3iu Established 20 Ycais.
QUEENS WARE at REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY
HAVING purchased of Sir. W. Gilliam his very large
.and well assorted stock of Queens ware, Glass
-and China, a great portion of -which is of late importa
tions, 1 am now prepared io furnish all who may favor me
with a call, with Qneensware, Ac., very low for cash.
country jiiercliants would nudit to their interest to give
mo a call.
Close personal-attention will be given tobusiness, mid good
Backers employed. ,
ET Call at'Gilliam's Old Stand, North side of the Public
qunre Nashville Teim. jocT-Cui'J J. C. DARDEN.
SILIi; SHUtTS AND I)ItAWERS.Wc have a
good assortrjicnt.of Silk Underwtar. Also Slerino. and
Flannel, all of which wc wiU sell at low rates.
jan2S SI VERS A SIcGILL,
Ladies and Gentlemen's FurnishiugStore, No. oC, College
St., one door South of the Square.
O ADULTRATEI) DRUGS.-STRBTCH A
ORR have now in store a trood sunnly of Solent
Medicines, to which the attention of Puysicians is di
Prescriptions sent to our store will be prepared with such
medicines as will not disappoint the Physician or patient.
In fact our motto Shall ever be "strict attention to business,
lowp'ricse and no Adultratcd DrUgs."
jan 31 STRETCH A ORR,
Druggists and Prejcriptionists, corner Union and Cher
ry Streets. "
LIVER OIL Rusbton A. Clark's Cod Liver
warranted pure aud fresh, lust received .111 it for
sale by jan 31 STRETCH A ORR.
fniRCisis auu j. 1 escn
i ...i . .1 ? ... . . ...
riptionists, corner Union and Cherry
lXfrilA FINE TEAS- -The undersigned have just
JJj rseived from one of the oldest and best established
Tea HSues in the North, a full supply of Black aud Impe
rial Teas, neatly put up in assorted size packages for family
inc. And also, an extra article of black Tea lor the sick.
For sale by . STRET.CH A ORR.
Druggists and Prescriptionists, corner Union and Ghcrry
' - PJSMOVED.
WE have removed our stock of Variety Goods to the
house on the west side of the Square, on the corner
of Deadcrick street, where ive have now on hand a lar'?e
assortment of. English, French and American Fancy Goods,
siiitable for.fu'rni.shing country stores; also'Combs, "Brushes
Spool and Patent Thread, Cutlery, Hosiery, Gloves, Haud
tion, to which wc.iuvite.the attention of country merchants
anil the city trade generally, as we will sell at small profits
to any favoring us with their custom.
ALSO Patent Salety'-Fuse, for sale at Manufacturers
A. MORRISON A CO.
jnnl'5 Corner of Deaderick st. and Square
SYJCAMQRE COTTON yARKS-irfiTliluitoiy
ol'Sycamore Y'arns, kept constantly on lmud at Fac
tory pricoibr Cash. RASIA'GE A CHURCH,
jatiuary 1, liyA.
J. T. NATHURST
ROOFER ASI) 21AKUFA GTURKR
Of Varren's Fire and Water Frmtf Composition.
IDEES1 it uuncccssnry fur 1110 to say anything iu favor of
this mode of Roofing ; the constant increase of its popu
larity for the last seven years that it has been tested in near
ly all puris of tho Union, is the best evidence of its utility'
and value. The roof shows for itself .
3F"0fliceou Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st.,
in Sloore's block. fcb2-ly
LIFE INSURANCE. "
HARTFORD LIFE-INSURANCE" COMPANY, HART-
;; FORD, CONNECTICUT.
James Dixo.v, Pres. Uekiiy L. SIiller, Scc'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000.
Insurance on lives of white persons on tho joint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the livc3 of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. tj. H. L00SI1S, ,
jan 15 6m Agent.
T7HESH GRASS SEED Growth of 1832
JL? 10 barrels Red Clover Seed.
2t50 bushels Blue Grass Seed;
275 do Herds Grass Seed; received by- T. AVELLS.
jaif!2 enlm Market street, Nashville.
Goods at Wtaolesale.
MORGAN Hz CO. are now receiving and openinira
large and an unusually attractive stock of SPRING
GOODS, embracing a much larger variety, and richer styles
of FANCY GOODS than they have ever heretofore had it
iu 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. jan!4 trwGw
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF PA.
A. J. GILLITT, SecV. J. B. RUTHERFORD, rrCS.
Capital 8250,000 I
(Office-on Cedar street, occr the 2futnal Protection Ins Co.)
'TILL take fire risks in limited amounts on city or
. 7 country property. Policies issued and Losses ad
; ' "t at f he office in Nashville.
i. . '. J. Levy, ")
1 s Cashier of i'hiL Bank, 1
' ' -s .
C S!tib'elI, JJethany, Ya.
iS, "tn'-K-rs, Pittsburg.
. ' "'use, New York.
i A !
Ifine lot of Carpet
S & SIcGILL.
iiiu uijjurai, niainci jjnf, as we win eiiucr ouy on our own
account or sell on commission for others. We pledge our
selves to obey instructions, and especially nromise in lie. mr.
Keicuieis, I'ot t Jioinci, nils, Needles and steel "oods, Gnus,
and Pistols, Stationciy, Clocks, Gold and Gilt .fewelry; also
Looking-glasses, Violins, Violin Strings, Fancy Soaps' Per
fumery, A;a, and many other articles too numerous in nmn-
DRY GOODS, &0.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
J5X this day associated with me in business, Mr,
ROBERT L. WHITE. The business will hereafter b
?'?,ri1,c,td,atmJ' old store under the firm of STEVENSON.'
a. ituiiii. Iu returning my thanks to mr many friend '
and the. public for the liberal patronage whicli I have re
ceived, 1 respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to th
L. D. STEVENSON.
LEAKDSE D. STEVE.NSO.V,
EOBHKT I WHITE:
in StnTilo find "Co roT TIttt fZrrAa
10. ol), Comer Ot the Sniuir and fitMmie Siri AW.m77.
WL have now in store one of the largest and best assor
cd stock of goods in the eifv, which we are anxiou '
.to reduce, to make room for our Spring purchases. We r.
spectfully request our friends and the public to examine wi
goods be.ore making their purchases, as we are determine -
w -,, , , A',' ,m Puactual dealers on liberal time.
etydl sell our Cloaks, .Mantilla, printed Slushu de Lane
and Sliawls at cost. jan6 STEVENSON A WHITE
DUEGOODb.-Rich Brocade Silks, iu all colors!
Rich Neat Plum" bilks; rich Blaek Brocade Silks
Rich WhiteBrocadeSilks;; Rich Roouet de Lanes- '
Rich Black Gro de Koines Small Cneck'd De Lanes
Rich plain Gro do Rhines; Small Figurtl De Lanes-'
liicn riam uro ue Jtmnea in an colors;
White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; "
I'lain pun bilks;
Samil Figured Oashmeros;
French, English and . German Merinoes, in all oolers, plain-
J)Pr laJtriM in:i!l on?nri- Plain lkmMr
' We have a Urge assortment of the above goods which Tfo
trill sell ut very reduced prices,
janff . STEVENSON A WHITE.
MU URNING GOODS. AV'e have beautiful assort-,
meat, suciros Alapacas, De Lanes, Canton Cloths,
black English Crape, Italian do, Bombazines, Silks and Rib
hons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchiefs, iloi&ery, Col
lars and fcleeves, Gloves, Ac.
j"6 STEVENSON A WHITE.
ENTLEMEN'S FORShSlUXG GOODS.--Silk,
Slerino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un:
dershins and Drawers; Silk. Slerino, Lamb's Wool and
Cotton Hosiery"; a "ice assortment of Patent Shirts and CoU
lars; Black and Fancy Cravats, Stoefcs, Scarfs, &c; Kid1
Bucc, Beaver, Fur and Wool Gloves, a good assortment;
Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimeres aud Vestinirs,'
Suspenders, &c For sale low, by
STEVENSON A WniTE.
in everj' qua. .
rrencn and Jlamsock Twills, Book Twills.
In short, w t
nave a large assortment of the above Goods
which we wi.
sell verv low. jan6 STEVENSON
7UIIS. Wc'have a beautiful assortment, which will b j
. sold ut greatly reduced prices.
jam STEVENSON AJWUITE.
TyilllF UMERY.--CoIogneAYater, Extracts Hair Ofl.4
JL and Soaps, from the best French Perfumers. !
STEVENSON A WHITE.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS. -Beautiful
Val. Lace Chemisetts and Sleeves to match:
liouiton Lace do do, Needle Work do, Honiton Luce-triu
mod do, Honiton Val. apdNcmile-worked Sleeves, Collarai
Ao., Valeucienes; Laces, Edgings and Iusertiugs, Swiss unJ
Jaconets Insertiugs and lidguigs, Black and white Lact!
Capes, Black nud Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buttings,!
JIouse-Ftinrnhing Goods Ricli Saiin Lace foil
Window Curtains, with trimmings to n:a:ch, Curtain I)a"mJ
asks in variety, Lace and Slustin Curtains, extra Rich'
Table Damasks, in all quaIitres,.Towel Diapers, Torels and
Napkins of all kinds, Banisleys, 10-t, and 12-1 Linen
Sheeting, 12-1 Sluslin do, .French, English and American
Ladies Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear.
Silk Slerino and li-ainb's SV.ool Vests and Drawers, Union
Dresses, Silk, Slerino; Linen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies,
Slisses.and Children, jn every variety, best Paris Kid
Gloves, iu. all colors, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wool
and Slerino Gloves, .Boy's Hoisery and Gloves. For sale
low by STEVENSON & WHITE,
janti . No. 59,. Corner of.Cii'.Icge sL and the Square..
FROM OUR SIANUFACT0RY IN PHILADELPHIA;
AREAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
mauner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
Wc have also u beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK, and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of (he finest and mos
costly article : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAS1 SHIRTS, o
differcut qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS o '
various qualities and materials. iJeutlemen can depend up'
on being supplied at any time with good Goods mid at rea
souable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedat
sireei,. near inc rest U(tice.
. " CLIFTON A. ABBOTf!
OYS SIIIRTS.?-.Iitst ieceiveti' another supply of
Shirls.fbr Boys; and lor sale by" '
jnlg : ; 3IYERS A SIcGILL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer; Dealer in Foreign anil
Domestic Liquor3, Rscc-iviag, Forwarding and ;
Opposite Sewauee House, College st, No. 28.
febi . .' -
1?Ii'E.SII ARRIVALS.--25 bbk St. Louis Flour, best
5 bblsSt.-Louis Golden Syrup;- "
10 kegs Nails; : 50 kits No:l and 2 Slack'crel;
o0 dozen r-ickets; 20 nests Tubs; . '
- 10 bxs lMgjgar, No 1; -10 bbls Loaf Sugar;
lObbls PrnvdeitidSngarr -1,000 Sugar cured Beef cauv'd;
10 dozen Zink Washboards; .
-100 boxes and V boxes Star Candles; "
CO bbls Ohio Irish- Potatoes; '
50 bags B. W-. Flour; tii bhls Sugar House Slolas'scs;
GO bbls-.Cider Vinegar; - : . ..,
" 8tn) lbs-Fine Teas in -Sletalic' Sacks; ' : - ...
- 100 . ... u chesk; .- -
: 2Q0 bbls Kanawha Salt; 100 sacks iine Salt; " " '
50 bbls aud half bbls Stolasses. ' ' ' ! '" -In'stbrc
and for salolow for cash bv
l'eb2 ' . , ' ' '. . R. F.BELL:
QUNDR1ES. fld kegs assorted size Nails;
O 50kits.Nol aud'iSiackerel; 8() nest Wash Tubs;
Also many others articles in the grocery line which will bo
sold low for cash. R.F: BELL, College Si,
feb j ' . No. 2g-, Opposite Setvanee House. .
LIQUORS. 5 half pipes United V. and P. H. Brandy
, It) casks line Port and Madeira Wine;
2 pipes Superior Holland Gin;
50 bbls old distilled Tenn Whisky very fine;
1. but superior Irish Whisky, fine article;
1 " " Scotch
10 bbls Old Bourbon " .
20 bbls New York Brandy; 10 bbls New York Gin;
" 20 dozen Demijohns, assorted sizes.
For. sale by R. F. BELL, College St.,:
feb2. No. 23, opposite Sewanee HBttlc.
TRUNKS,- VALTSE3, and CARPET BAGS.
"TTTE-'havc juttrecaived a'hirge. anil fine aS-
. t r so
iortment of Trunks. Carnet Batrs and
Valises, consislinc- of" Sole. lW- and KinsRyBl
Leather Tni'vclintr Tniuks and Valises, also of Saxon v. Urus
wills, Wilton and common Carpot Bags, which wc willscllat
low price's. R.S. H0LL1NS A CO.,
jan l'J Corner of College and Union sts., Nashville.
VTOTICE. As I have engaged to devote my whole
JlS time to Sir. Gossctt's School, my private Classes will
be discontinued jan 20 A. K0CSISS.
THE next Session of my School will commence SI0N
DAY. 7th FeB. All the English branches, and the
Lat jn -and Greek Languages will be as heretofore under my
chargc. I5 the depai tmeutof .Mathematics I shall have tile
valuable assistance of Sir. K0QSISS, whose high qualifica
tions are not .unknown in-this community. Drawing and
Penmanship will be taught as SCIENCES under his direc
tion. -He will likewise teach the .MODERN LANGUAGES,
the German, French, Italian, and Spanish. It is believed
that superior advantages, for the acquisition of a thorough
education cannot be found in the Btute, and a liberal share
of patronage is respectfully solicited,
N. B.-As my School is under a most thorough Classifi
cation, new Scholars would do well to enter this or next
week; and no additional charge will bo made should any
wish todo so. jan27 lm HENRY GOSSETT.
T ADIES'FINE SHOES. We are again in receipt'
J-of. a large assortment of Ladies' superior Walking and.
Dress Slippers, Buskins, Excelsiors, Boots and Gaiters.
Sfisses Goat, Weltnnd Kid Bootsand Slippers.
Geofs' Dress, Lasting, Tress and P. L. Gaiters, kid top3.
Boys' and Youths' 1) S. and Pump Boots.
Ladies' super, white Kid and Satin Slippers and Gaifera.
fcb5 No. 42, College st.
T?OR SALE FOR CASH. I.ANGHORN &
JO ARMISTED'S GOLD Leaf Chewing Tobacco. 25
boxes' just received, of their purest brands. For sale at re
tail or by the box. H. G. SCOVEL.
North side of the Public Square, three doors west of tho
Nashville Inn. oct 14.
OR SALE. A Negro Slan, No. 1 Cook, 36 years
old, hiring at present for 40 per month.
A Woman 21 years, likely;
A Girl 16 - " No.i.
A "12 . " very likely;
A Boy 0 " - . .
A 8 " ' . : ! '4.
Also, .several other tvomen, good Cooks, Ac.- --
deb 4 . VlLLIASlS -'GLOVER:
REMOVAL" r- :
",T AXEY, M'CLURE A CO., have removed their TIN
iU. 3VARE, and SHEET IRON' WARE SIANUFAC
TORY to the large Brick Building at the corner of Bank
Alley and Market Street, and opuosiio to Slessra. Slorris &
Stratton s tvarehouse, a few doors below the Union Hall,
where,, from the Increased facilities, thcr are prepared W
GOOKHTG STOVES, GOAL atul WOOD STOVES.
of a variety of Patterns;
-TIX WARE: ' -
TIN PLATE: ' i
SHEET COPPER; '-
PLATFORM and COUNTER SCALES;
PARLOR and OFFICE GRATES.
Tho3Q wishing to purchase, will find it to their advantage
to call on them, for they are determined to sell bargains,
feb 5 lm.
ltv: Bleached Dntrin .la
Smss Muslin, Cheek'd and Strip'd Sluslms; Hair Coroi
Check d and Strio'd Cord- rn.ti nu a.,.t t,..;ii a.. I
m.UM liC . UHU I
O.MACCREGC-r .V. E. ALLOTVAY, J. EAXKHEAD.
MACGREGOR, ALL0WAY & CO.,
5a Sr. Chaeus Stiieet, (third Store above St: Charles Hotel,)
N. . ALLOWAY & CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
meats to us. epic P
"VTELL BONE TE0U GOOD & FAITHFUL SERVANT."
WE fancy we hear the thousands and ten of thousands
of gratefid hearts, scattered as they are over every
section of our glorious Union, makingthe a'ir welkin with the"
aboyc scnptunil parable, so applicable is it for the returns
made to them for the few ta4ent sent for investment throusrh
tne Gaied and imperishably renowned IIou.c of
PYFER Ar CO.
M. 1 LitfttttreH, Baltimore, MaryftnJ.
llus House bs very appropriately received ef late, the
cogHomeaof -Dame Fosromrs Citadel !" In honor of the
unpnscettefrteil number and amount of CAPITAL PRIZES
.L.t. . 1. T x t.iLi-j
. , . .. . ,,, - ...... uv v. I . . ..
Durinn-thn nsLt nfh ,fi.ii , . . .
i! I.pli!?ti?r-t!: 0,,o1,vlW CSBpitala 1m.to
oeensomaiMl caSUed bv those world rmKm-mwi
preeatuir the astoundiii": and wlieii wa ut-c i ntf PIDKlda.
ratiea that ail this has bten jsold in otte Jwrt mwtA incredi
btc, but not the less true, amount of S213,G75 ! !
Prizes were distributed as follows :
JMtw; in package Half Ticket sent to Tennessee.
It2i' ln l"1 Wholes, sent to Georgia.
f.t, w packgt. Wholes, sent to Pennsylvania.
IiW ,fnPfc?ee Q,urter Ticketeswl to'S. Carolina.
S 'fiV,do do Tennessee. -
.WW, m bmgle Half Tictets, sont Hi Norifa Carolina. -S'ffir
iB ?l Pet to Alabama.
siurme P'VmeatSatIn'FERA 00- 'mnde in gold at
,SpIsJlid Schemes for February, 1833.
-ar 1 he Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
oaiy, are given below.
. No.of Price of Price or
Ballots. Tickets. Padawci.
7 3 Nos.
1 1 drawn
1-1 drawl 1
1 1 drawn
- 1 00
.iy Drawings forwardeil to OorrespondoflfB by the first
mails after the low cries are druwu.
JCon-espondents tvill please order a few dat a before
the lotteries are drawn. -.
inure m a Huge per centage iu favor of tltose puroliasers
STLankDiaftsorCertificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes ut P YFJER A CO'S.
SfReineiubur A Package of Tickets, can draw four
of tlic.inost splendid prizes in a scheme.
29"h oi-der to seaure' a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly alter the result is known, the readers of this paper huve
to remiteash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
listietl, far famed and truly fortunate Kxchange and Lottery
Brokers, PVFER A CO..
leul lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Sid.
MILLWOOD FEMALE INSTITUTE.
Nal-U Si-camoiie SIills, Davidson- Cot-.NTr, Taxx.
THE First Term of this Institution will commence on
the first Tuesday in March. lto3. under the nhnrm. r
X the first Tuosijay in March,
the Rev. David pise. a. si.
Board in the Institute fc perform of five montl
itates ot luition 111 the Prniiarv Department, from S to
.$10 per term.
Rates of Tuition in Iheotherclasses, from 15" to 1S tier
Tmguage,-SIiis:c, Drawing, Ac, Extra.
For further particulars, see Circulars, which mat- be ob
tained at Berry's Bookstore; Nashville;r on application by
Jotter to the PrindiiialrUie President or- SVnrxt'in.-
i .Board of Directors,- at the" Sycamore Slills.
t I ! A 1 Prtll m 1' W ol.rt tin . t. f.ll .
.siuiku uuu tnuuu to mo iiMiuwmg named "tm
ilqmeur. " Rev. Charles Tomes, Nashville.'
- Rev. A. L,P.-Gien,DD. ' ':
; .-. Hon. Francis U; Fogg "- -r ' -
" Hon. Cave Johnson, Clarksville.'- -
Hon. G.-A. Henry, . " '
-, Rev.- J..-T.-Uendrick, -Gen.
E Hovard "
- ' ".' ' Tlie Faculty. of Slasonic College, Clarksville.
' By order of the Board,
- '.,,, : ' s: wATSQN.pros:
W. ScBrf.'Sec'y. ' ' .-.
;Sy&im'ore.SlilI Feb'lV,18r53-w9nifny w-'.' ' '
I?LO ITR, 200 bbls.Ncw.S'oik .MilK xtra.FauiifyFlhur
? 2O0 bbK SIontgomerv, extra for sale by . '
' j.an31 ., .; w. 1L fjORDON A CO.
" - RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. ' :
rjHE MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY;
X hereby offer for Contract the Graduation-, SIasonrt
and BniDGi!; of 6T milos more of their road in North Slig
sissippi, cxteodingl'rom the North line of Chickasaw County
to the Tennessee State line, and passing Uiruugh Itawum-
ua and lisiiamingo counties.
Also, 118 mites more ofsaid road in the Western Dis
trict of Tennessee, and passing through SIoNairy, Ilender
. sou, SIalison,Gib5on and Obion counties.
The Line will be ready for insjiection in Tennessee, on
and atler the 1st of Slarch, and in Mississippi on and after
. 25th March next.
Plaos profile and specifications will be exhibited, pro
.posals rtSceived under seal, aud contracts mado at the Ibl
lowmg times and places to wit: " '
.Marcu ldtti to 19th inclusive, at'lTenton,'fbrIme through
Obion and Gibson counties. -
Siarch 20th to aoth, inclusive, at Jackson, for linetlirough
Madison, Henderson and SIoNairy counties.
: April Sill to 15th inclusive, at Oarrolville, Tishamingo
' county, SlisS., for line through Itawamba and Tishamingo
Profiles can he seen, and other information obtainl. ns
After 1st of Slarch, at Trenton, of Dr. Hess,. Agent.
At Jackson, ofSIr. Stevens, Engineer.
; And after 25th of Slarch, Ut Carrolville, of tho Resident
Some portions of the 185 miles now offered for contracts,
- are heavy cuttings' and fillings, and the whale line very de
sirable work; the light gradings being mostly from side bor
rowing: the line occupies the high, railing and healthv coun
try intermediate lietween the Slississippi and Tcunesseo
Rivers, by botbofwhjch rivers easy access" can be had to
all points of the work, by an average land travel of 12to 40
miles. Within a short time after this Iettiug, 80 miles more
nnd the last of the main road will be ready for contract, to
gether with about 100 miles of branch roads.
The attenu'ou of Contractors is invited to the work, aborc
described, as most advantageous for their piofitablo employ
ment, in consequence ofthdalluvial character of the couutry,
low price ofpron'sions and animals, and a very teraerate and
salubrious climate, - JOHN GHILDE.
fcb5 lm Chief Engineer and General Agent
AN AGENCY FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR AN
THE subscriber offers the sale of his right, as tbe sole
Agent, of Welch's Slagnificent Portraits of "Washing
ton" and "Jackson," for the State of Tennessee.
Tho subscriber has, also, the" Agency' for the sale of the
same works for the State of Virginia and Putrid of Gofom
lia, and owing io the extensive patronage they have received
in the said Stale, and the constantly increasing demands for
them, renders it impossible for him to presecute the sale of
the works in Tennessee. He is, therefore, desirous of dispos
ing of his Tennessee Agency for a very liberal consideration
to any active man, who, with a small capital desirous to pro
secute apleasant respectable and lucrative business.
The Agency, wdl be disposed of to any such person for Ihe
sum of Two Hundred Dollars.
The subscriber has cleared since July last, past, the sum of
Eight Hundred Dollars, independent of traveling expenses.
For the grcaf merit of these splendid productions of fine
art, the subscriber respectfully refers to the proprietors of
tlusjournal, and those of every journal published in the State
An immediate annUcatronlsnor.ri5s.iro- thrust t'ftlfiiHhr
delay as possible may occur in the prosecution of tho sale of
the works in this State. Address R. KING,
febo 6t 13'J Slain street, Richmond, Vo.
' UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of JjgjL
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BO ARDERS. Jlffi.
This loDg established and well-known House has under
gone a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
new and fashioneble FURNITURE. '
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
maikctaffordsj and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants aud the regulations of the house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage
janSIytnv w JNO. W. SPEAR.
G. w. kibbeeT "
Piano Tuner and Repairer,
Leave Ordersat Sir. West' Diggons or Morton's Music
Stores, Union Street
Orders from the country will bo promptly attended to
jan 20 dtwAwly.
.tiMutuvt u) ttici uuivuj;e, ami me cnancos ot drawiHg tour
ot the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby -secured.
c advice tho purchase ufPackasea of Tickets In ir..n- in.
Refer to: Jas. Diggons, J. B. West, Dealers in Pianos
i.jdusic a o. oarom, u. 21. Tavlor. J. k fnlw
J. Gomez, Profs. Music r '
l-'or 1'ic Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTII?,n. AID
TO GURE A COLD. WITH HE.IDACHE AND SORE
NESS OF THE BODY, take tbe Cbebrt Pmtobal on gc
inff to bed, and tvrap up warm, to sweat duriocrthe nisuL
ruil IjUIJJ lUI) LUUIill. IBt It nmin. nvm
ditliculty will soon be itunorcd. Noue will Ions suffer from
"Hsuxjuuic wneu uiey uuit it can oesoreaanv curetl. rer-
i sob-afflicted -with seatl cough, which breaks them of
Al . 1. Tl I. 11 i - - - 1 .
tUtnr rest at night, will find, br takine: the Cberrv Pectoral
tm going 10 oea, mey may ue sure 01 sound, uiiorofceu skn p,
and consequently refresniog rest. Great relief now t-ufXHr-
wg, aud an ultimata cure, is aaorded to thousands whe are
thus afflicted, by this itivjtluable lemedy.
From its agreeable eflect in these caeca, many find tfaom
selves uawilFmg to forego its use tvhen die necessity ftr k
From two eminent Physicians in
Faybttevills, Tenn., April 16h, 1S51
Shu We have given your Cherry Pectoral ait extensive
trial in our practice, and find it to surpass every other teate
dv we have for curing affections of the respiratory organ.
DRS. DIESIER A HASIPf ON.
TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS this renmiy
is inmluable, as by iu actio:, ou Ute throat aud lungs, when
taken in small quantities, it removes all btwteness in a felv
hours, and wouderfuHy muioustas tlie power and BoxibiHy ef
ASTUSf A is generally much relieved, am often wholh
cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are swue c m otT
stinate as to yield eutii-Jy to no modieiae. Cherry Pectend
will cHre them, if the can he cured.
BRONCHITIS, or'irritutiott of the throat and upper per
tion 01' the lungs, mar be curwl by taking; Cherry Ptetaral
iu small and frequent duties, 'fhe u h contfe itebie tijrfcjk u
is soon relierwl.
Rer. Doct. Insi.vg, of Brooklyn, New York, states :
'd have seen tlie Cherrt- Pectoral cure snch c6 of Asth
ma and Bronchits as leads me to believe it can midy tail ,to
ewe those dteases."
FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of atiMay, to fa fol
lowed by large and frequent deaee of the Cherrv I'acteml,
until it subdues the disease. If taken in smqu, it will net
fail to cure.
WHOOPING COUGH ieny l broken u and mi
cured bv the uevf the Cherry Pectwoil.
Tim "INFLUENZA is speedier remnrd by this ramdy.
Numerous instances have Leeu noticed where whole famines
were protected from uuy serkaw ccnKxmancef, while Hwir
netgupors, tvitnout tiw Ulierry t'evtoial, were suffering :
Doct. J. 0. Ayer : Sauv, Ohio, June '
1 write to inform you ot the tndv remarkable efeete ef
your CHERRY PECTORAL in this place, and in my iwh
family, One of my daughteib was completely cured in three
days of a dreadful SVtieoping Cough, by taking it. Dr.
SI cans, one of our very best phviciaus freely states that fee
considers it tbe bfet remedy we hare for pahnoaary ihV
epe and timt he has cured" tnorecaoe ot Cioup with it than
any other medicine he ever adininisteted.
Our clerirymau of die Kaptiat tlntreh savs that dnrnMr the
ntn oflxi'Lt'icxzA here this season, he bus" seen cures from
your medicine, he cowld eareelr Itwve believed n iThmrt m
ing. Youri iwpectfully, J.LX SINCL.MH,
irom tie dutH4fuiik'd Proftmr ef f "i nni' Try Haiti in
.&?, Jimrdom GuUey.
Iiiavefound the Chknkt Pkctoiul, m its iiminafonlis
show-, a powei ful retnedy for colds nod coughs, and yulwin
nar- dkenses. "
B'ruxswick, Sle., Peb. 5, 1347. Pahkkk CtnmiLA.NWf.li. D.
DR. VA LENT INK SI0TT. The widely celebrated Prmr
f Svryerg in the Jkdictd College, JSew York t, .
"It gives me pleasure h) certify the value and efficacy f
'Ayer Cherry PerUmO' which I cuftaider peculiarly naWnt
ed to cute dieases of the Tluoot and Lungs."
Cures of severe diseases upon the Lungs have been anVct
cd bv CnsHRV I'moa-ii. in surh extreme cw-ea as warrant
the belief that a remedy has ut length been found that cmm
be depended on to cure- the Coughs, Colda and '"nnrmnT)
tiou whicli carrv from oar lnidst'thouMnda every year. It
is indeed a nwd'idmr to which the 'aiNieted cau'leok with
confidence fbr relief, aud they should not fail to avail them
Prepated and sold by JAS1ES C A YKH,
feb I -3tu. Druggist and Chemist, LnwelL Mm.
W. W. BERRY.
Ami Druggist and Dealers in Medicine etory where.
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY.
DR. C. WILLIAMS
. Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood
For tie cure of Cough, GJd, IImrnt, JJoopiitfeommi ,
Croup, lirMcktiit, Spitting f AW, Attkma amd Cfcn
Shelbvville, Tenn., Jidy 14, 1851.
Dr. Cjias. Williams DbarSir: Your I'ldmome Bofcnm
of Wood Naptha and Wild Cherry is giving general Mtig
faction. I have nearly sohl out, and you trill ptense semi me
half a gross immediately, and write me at what price tou
will sell it to me ou six months time "
Hoping to hear from you soon, I remain roars truly,
JOHN P. DROMGOOLB, DrnggnC
From a highly rcepectabSu mercantile hu iu Mount
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sib; Yen will pleaee send us a'
further supply of your Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood
iinnij;i. e nave omy uvo oowies oi tne six ttown you
left. It gives more general satisfaction than any medicine
we havo ever sold, and we are inclined to think that it will
sell rapidly here so soon as ite good effects are generally
known. S. SL DICKS0NA CO.
Mt. Pleasant, Nov. 11, 1851.
LaGranoe, Tonn., Jan. 9, 1851.
Dr. C. Williams Drar Sir: The amount of your Pul
monic Balsam of Wild Cheny and Wood Naptha L have
now on hand at this date, is only three bottle. Wherever
sold it has given iu evert- case entire satkduction. You will
please forward mo fourdoten immediately, and oblige tours,
very truly, H. FALLS, Druggibt.
Fkanklik, Tenn., Dec 2$, 1851.
Dr. C. Vt iLLiAits Dkar. Sik.AR speak very favorably
of your Pulmonic Balaam of Wkl Cherry and Wood Naptha,
and it 1ms given in every case elitiro satisfaction. I have
only four bottles of the last you shipped me ou lmud, and I
want more immediately. ou will therefore please send
mc six dozen on recoiptof this. Yours, very ruepoolftilly,
K, G. CLOUBTON, Druggist.
For sale Wholesale and RetaiLand on Agency by
ZLMERSIAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the Ce;
Agent for this peptdar and valuable preparation at tho city of
nasuviue anu surrounuing coumry. 11 is aiso lorsaie Dy
the following Druggists :
CART WRIGHT A ARMSTRONG,
GEORGE W. UENDERSHOTT,
1 T. WELLS,
.. H.G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING A CO.,
. CURRY-& MARTIN, Nashville.
RINGF0RD A McDBRMOTT,
E. G. CL0UST0N, 1 pni.un m
F. S. WOLRIDGfi f FrankhD T
HAWKINS A TOWLKR, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten-
nosscc,andall the Southern and Western Stuts.
feb 1 lm d tw w
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
I-EYE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
) that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children of
men. Dr. Lurzett's JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir,
prescribes as an effectual resforalive in case of Debility
mpolcncy, or Barreimesj, and all irregularities of nature.
It is all thatit professes to be, vie Nature's great restoraltve,
and remedy for those in thcmarricil stcte without oflspi ing.
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions, General DoMItvy,
Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous affectims,
Lucorrhea or Whites. A3 an invigorating medicine it is un
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient tonsii'sp
tton, Indigestion, loss of Musctdar energy, Physical Lussi
hide, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranted - ,
please the user in any of the above complaints, and i ,
priceless value to those without offspring
Caution Extra. Find the name 0? ComitockABi dh
ersouthe wrapper and never bay it unlesa you find t'te
nainos as it has been extensively countcrfitcd of kite.-
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison. ,.,
Wholesa.e and Retail Act's. Comer Bioad and Market
Streets, Aashwile. rjqlyl2 dtnv Aw 12n.
CL0THDTG CITY MANUFACTORY HOME INDUS
TRY T KEEP constantly on lianda "PPlj??'
1 centlemen'a wcafimr apparel, made up njhe ivet?- best
manner under my own superinienuance, anu . u , my
friends and the nublic to mve me o can w
selves, It is then: own ndrantes. V cTn?mV
inw as I know 1 ciui suit tbeai