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MISCELLANEOUS. MEDICAL. BASSETT'S PUMP. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED. MANUFACTURED BY G. D. WINCHELL &, CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. THE above cut represents this CELEBRATED PUMP placed in a nousE, and so arrangua nut water can be dra fro.il the well or cistern as may be required. Uytbis arrangement you are enabled to pump a (sufficient quantity . water lor Stock, Bathing or other purposes, without going out of doors, By attaching a piece of Hose, this Pump cant used as a Fire Engine, in case of fire. This Pcmp is better adapted, more simple and durable, than any article of the kind now in use or known in the Unit States. Pomps for Railroads, worked with Horse Power, "Wind Mill, Water Power, or by Hand. Mines, Salt Wells, Ac., cah LiteJ for all Fvrrjar purpoies either Hot or Cold, Deep Wells, Cisiem, Ebratingor Forcing water from Springs, O. vex Engine, Fire Engine, Steam Boat Pcmi. Distilleries, Breweries, Tanneries, Draining or Iriugation of Lano. JSTOneofihe firm, Mr. JEFFRIES is now in the city, and will be pleased to have those interested call ai.d examine specimen of this excellent improvement, which is now on exhibition at the Union Hall, Nashville. All orders for Pure will receive every attention. feb 'J t G. D. WINCHELL k CO. SPECIAL NOTICES. Dr. 3I'Luuc?s Liver Pills. This great American remedy for one of the most formidable Pills that flesh is heir to, is now acknowledged to be superior to any medicine of the kind ever offered to the public The action is easy, ccr tain, and attendant with no uup'.easant results. It has nev er been tried without producing the most salutary effect. Compounded by one of the most eminent physicians in our country, it is the medicine which science, skill, nud cxreri- e.nce offers to human suffering. It is only necessary to give this medicine a trial to place it far above all medical agents of the kind ever offered to the public. 5?This valuable medicine may be had at all the princi pal Drug Store in Nashville and vicinity. "While tlnre is Life there is Hope!" Some of the most dreadful aud stubborn disseasesof the Lungs ever known, have been promptly and entirely cured by Dr. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry aud Wood Naptha, after the most skillful Physicians and every known remedy had failed. We there fore say, " While there is Life there is Hope," if you use this new and popular remedy. iT"Sec long advertisement in another column. 1 mo. Be Warned in Time ! All who are afflicted with Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, are most earnestly advised to give Dr. C. Williams' Pulmo nic Balsam of Wild Ciitniir and Wood Naptiia, an imme diate trial, it is the greatest remedy of modem times, and produces the most astonishing results. Sec advertisement in another column. jaul lm. Telia's New Saloon. Lunch Every Day. This finished Establishment has Lunch set out every day nt half-past ten o'clock. Cella's Saloon is a favorable re Kit to all who like to luxuriate. Ho has the best of Liquors of all kinds; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he has polite and clever assistants; and all who visit him once will be sure to call aaiu. An Ouncu of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the swarms of conclusive facts that cluster around that incom parable preparation, Hoolland's German Hitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent increduliti" itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease ol the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may be recommen ded for its s otblig, cordial nnd renovating influence. Dys pepsia, heartburn, loss of apatite, nausea, nervoue tremors, relaxation, debility, Ax., arc relieved, by the Bitters in a very short space of time; and perseverance in .cir use never fails to work a thorough cure. Another Scientific Wonder! Important to Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the True Di gestive Fluid or Gastric Juice, prepared from Ilptinet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions of Baron Leibeg, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia. This is only a wonderful remedy for Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, uudice, Liver Complaint, Constirpation and Debility, curing after nature's own method, by nature's own agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific eridenccsof itsvalne, furnished by agents gratis. Seonotice among the medical advertisements. 27ie most extraordinary dicocery in tht World U the Or jat Arabian Rtinedy for man and Beast. II. G. FARRELL'S CELE3RATED ARAB I ANLINTMENT IT IS AN ERRONEOUS IDEA that diseases cannot bo cured except by taking large quantities of medicires into the ctomach, in a great many cases of which much injury is done, although the disease in jtoint be actually cured. The coats of the stomach by continued use of nauseating mix ture, frcauentlv become so much disordered that the dioest- . 1 ?. . - . . - j .1 I r ive function- is seriously mjurea. me resuii ui wiucu is ays ,pepsia, nervousness, cholics, alternate diarrhoea and costtve- ncss, flatulence, nightmare, etc., etc Would it not, there fore, be very desirable to possess a remedy, which being ap plied extern illy would excite the absorbents to iucrcascd ac tion, and thus carry off through this medium, the deleterious principle, which is the direcct cause of the disease? Sure ly every thinking man will admit that this would not only be the most pleasant, but by far the safest means to effect the desired end. The almost superhuman cures per formed bv the Arabian physicians in the days of old were mainlv effected bvthis course of treatment, and the ingre dients of which It. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARA BIAN LINIMENT is composed, are extracted from rare plants peculiar to Arabia. This great Liniment (which is now 10 b had of most respectable druggists and merchants in . ... .1.- nL:i.ji..i..tS rr..-.: CVCn' lOWn 111 iC uiuicu oiniua is uuuj uuctung tuiui which seemed beyond the power of medicino to control I consumption, bronchitts, and liver complaints in their first stages, nervous affections, indigestion, enlargement of the i spleen, scrofulous tumors, goitre, etc, etc, are frequently cured, and always relieved by its use It is unsurpassed as I nnniH-ne reltcvinsr severe pains in a few minutes after its 1 application, it soothes the irritated nerres, and produces that delightful tranquility so grateful to the nervous invalid. Sprains, bruses, wounds, burns, sore throat, chilblains, rheumatism, sun pain, etc, are speedily cured by it, and for nearly all ailments in horses or cattle, requiring an ex ternal application, it is an effectual remedy. Look out for Counterfeits The public arc cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Fan-ell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter feit because his havincr the name of Farrell, many will buy it in irood faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex- ? D . .t . -I! 1 .. j: !...: ists anu uiey win peruupsomy uiawjici uiui tuw mum the'spurious mixture lias wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell, .nia inventor and nroorietor. and whola sale drurjnsf, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the letters 11. u. ociore r arrcu s, inus n. u. j? aiwvuljl. ,'S- md his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. Sold V CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout tho United States. nf Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED is tvory town, village and hamletin the United States, in which one is not already established. Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re frne as to character, respectfully, Ac dlw VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. THOSE two Store Houses on Union street, one occupied by Yolzot, the other by Flowers, are now offered for sale. Each front about 20 feet on Union street the lots about 100 feet deep. If not previously sold, they will be offered at Public Sale, nt the Court House door, in Nashville, on SATURDAY, the Terms, C, 12, IS, and 2-t months, for notes bearing interest from aaie. l)aauie 1 iuu, mm mu t;uu cuuuiMia. febi LINDSLEY k CROCKETT. TIIYSICIAN'S lUClSSUilll'TlOIS.S -Jin. Evans, J7 lately oftho house ofMessrs. Etvin Brothers, has been engaged by us to attend to the Prescription Depart ment of our house. Our friends may rely uf j their Prescriptions being compounded with accuracy Lad neat ness, and with the purest and most select medicines- Orders, by day or night, will be promptly attended to. 3 CURREY & MARTIN, f8b 2 No. 85, Union Street r JOHN YOEK & CO. EEMOVAL. John York & Co. have removed theirstock of Boo nud Stationery, to No. 14, Union street, (Railroad Ston ( where they are offering School Books, Miscellaneous, La". Medical and Blank Books, Letter, Foolscap and Note Pap Ac. at prices greatly reduced since the fire. fcbl. LAW BOOKS. Swan's Reports: Reports of the cases argued and c termined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee, duri the year 1851-2. By Win. G. Swan, State Report . Chitty's Blackstone. Kinnie's Blackstone. Kiunic's Kent. Kent's Commentaries or American Law. Chitty's Pleadings. Chittyon Bills. Chilly on Contracts. Story on Bailments. Story on Equity Jurisprudence. Story on Conflict of Laws. Story on Bills of Exchange. Story on Agency. Story on Partnership. ' Story on Promissory Notes. Greenlief on the Testimony of the Evangelist, Greenlief ou Evidence. Grcenleifs on Real Property. Dauial's Chancery Pleading aud Practice. Stephen on Pleading. Wheeler's Chancsry Digest. Starkieon Evidence. Angcll and Ames on Corporation. Angell on Water Courses. Angell on Assignments. Thomas' Coke, American Law Forms. The above named Law Books arc for sale at a lossprin than can be bought elsewhere, by jan23 JOHN YORK k CO. No. 14 Union street NO. 44, UNION ST. LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS! TOOX RUTLAND. U HAND BOOK OF LITERATURE AND THE FIN ARTS. Comprising complete and accurate defflt tionsof all the Terms employed in Belles-Letters, Ph losophy, Theology, Law, Mythology', Painting, Musi. Sculpture, Architecture, and kindred arts. 2. HAND-BOOK OF UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY. . Dictionary of Names and Biographical Sketches distinguished men in ancient and modern times. 3 PRESCOTT'S MISCELLANIES, Biographical ar Critical. A work of rare merit 4. THE NAPOLEON Di'NASTY Acompletc history- the Napoleon family, irith 22 authentic engravings. The best work extant relative to the Napoleon famil. 5. -THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HUMAN SPj CIES. By Lieut. Charles H. Smith. Abookbighl commended. C HOMES OF AMERICAN AUTHORS. Comprisif. anecdotal, personal and descriptive Sketches. L; vanou authors. Beautifully illustrated. 7. -HISTORY OF THE' RESTORATION OF MON ARCH V. By Lamartine. 8 THE WORLD'S PROGRESS. A Dictionary of Dale.-. with tabular views of general history, aud a hit torical chart 9. AN EXPLORATION OF THE NILE, with notes I lustrati re of the manners, customs and institutions the Egyptian people. 10. DARING DEEDS OF AMERICAN HEROES, wit! Biographical Sketches of Washington, Putnam, Mon gomery, Marion, Starke, Lee, Gates, Scott, Tayloi, and others. 11. MEN OF TIME; Or, Skctches.of Living Notables o: the higher professions. 12. -CYCL0PyEDIA OF LITERATURE, OF ANEC DOTES AND THE FINE ARTS. ByArvinc. Fine ly illustrated. feb23 -14 Union Street. JOHN K HUME. NO. 57 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE February I t, 1853. JOHN K. HUME, NO. f.7 COLLEGE STREET, HAS now in Store au Kxceli-ent Assortment ol Rich Brocade Silks; French Merinos; btripcd bilks; Bl'k GroDeRhines; Cpl'd do do; Beautiful white do; White Reps; Rich Cashmeres; " Fig'd and Plain M Do Laine4; French Chintzes; German oo; White Cashmeres; Buff do; Blue and Green do; Pink and Garnet do; JUack do; Plaiu Mous De Laines; Small Fig'd do do; ALSO Beautiful Bonnet and Neck Ribbons, to which I invite tho attention of all friends and customers. febH. Furnishing Goods for Gentlemen. 1'UST received a supply of those Celebrated Shoulder Scam PA TENT SHIRTS: Sitin Stocks; French Buck Gauntlets; " Cravats; " Kid Gloves; BlTcSilk do; Fur Gloves; F.incv do; French Cloths nnd Cashmcrs; " 'Scarfs; Emb'd " Vcstings; Suspenders, Hosiery, Ac, Ac All of which will be sold low for Cash, or to punctual dealeri, febU JOHN K. HUME AMILV GROCERY" A KrTT.V" GTIOCTCRV Families livine J. near or on Broadway can always get the fo lowing articles at my store, o. o2, on Broadway, .ii i r..rt-vi .in. i:ii4 m ic 3mallor large quantities from day-light to 10 at night Bntter, Eggs, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Candles, Bacon, Lard and all other articles usually kept in a Family Grocery. fablG I). TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway. EEMOVAL. MAXEV, M'CLURE k CO., have removed their TIN WARE, and SHEET IRON WARE MANUFAC TORY to the large Brick Building at the comer of Bank Alley and Market Street, and opposiie to Messrs. Morris k Stratton's warehouse, a few doors below the Union Hall, wh'jre, from the increased facilities, they are prepared to scQl COOKIKG STOVES, COAL and WOOD STOVES, of u variety of Patterns; u TLV WARE: TlX PL ATE: SHEET COPPER: BLOCK TIN: PLATFORM and COUNTER SCALES: frfr Thos wishing to purchase, willfio,tt0 tne" adraatgt, oi. cnu on mem, wr tuey are aoierm"." u uirhifr lib 5 lm. ' i NEW BOOKS BY EXPRESS. THE GIPSEY, a Novel by G. P. R. James. THE MYSTERIOUS MARKSMAN, a great Prize Novel, by Emmerson Bennett, Esq. HESTER SOMERSET, a Novel, by A M , first American from the last London edition. MY NOVEL : or, Varieties in English Life, by Sir Ed ward Bulwer Lvtton. THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BLAKE, by M. G. Maxwell. THE MARRYING MAN, a Tale founded on fact, by the author of Frank Farleigh. THE FLYING ARTILERIST, a Tale of Mexican Treach ery, by Harry Hazel. CLAUDE DUVAL, the Dashing Highwayman. The Mysteries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, a work cf thrilling interest, complete in 1 vol. All for sale by feb!9 F. HAGAN. SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY A large as sortment, in store and for sale by feb!9 F. HAGAN. INK. HIBBERT'S CHEMICAL 'WRITING FLUID. MAYNARD & NAYE'S BLACK INK. MORRISON'S and others large stock the trada sup plied at low prices, by F. HAGAN, feb!9 Market street INDIAN BATTLES, MURDERS, SEIGES AND FORAYS IN THE SOUTHWEST. NARATIVES OF Gen. Hall, Col Brow.v, Catt. Cakh, Jonx Davis, Jonx Boslet, Samuel Blaik, Dn. Shelbt, Tiios Everett, Johx Rains, and including accounts of XTickojack Campaign Attach on Buchanan's Station The Cold Water Expedition Burning of Sigler's Fort-Battle of Canty Fork Attach on Greenfield Fort Defence of Bledtot's ZickStige on Boonsboro'lhe Blue Lick De feat, &c. One vol., paper. Price 30 cents. The tlirilllng interest of the above Naratives must be attended with great popular ity and an overwhelming sale. I therefore wish to engage ONE HUNDRED AGENTS to undertake the sale of them in every county in this Stale. A small capital of from $15 to $-0 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid piofit may be realized. For particulars, address or call on feb9 F. II AG AN, Publishers' Agent GROWTH OF 185 2. 12,300 Papers, RECEIVED by the subscriber, agent for DAVID LAN DRETH, Early May, Eirly Frame and Marrmc Fat Peas; Six-Week, and Speckled Valentine Bush Beans by the bushel ; Earlu York, targe Drum Head and flat Dutch, The Rural Register and Descrintivf! Catalogue for 1858, for distribution gratis. FLOWER SEEDS ASSORTED; GARDENING TOOLS; Spades and Shovels, Dutch half round and forked hoes Haud Cultivators, Pruning Knives and Scissors, Box Shears FRESII RED CLOVER SEED; DO. HERDS GRASS OR RED TOP SEED; DO. BLUE GRASS SEED; All the growth ol 1852, and for sale at the lowest prices by b T. WELLS. m Sign of the Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite Union street, Nashville. fcblO CLOVE OXION SETTS. I A BUSHELS received and tor sale ny feb 10 T. WELLS. LIQUORICE, &c. Cif-ff LBS. Calabria Liquorice; 40 doxen fresh Olive nil Tiofoirpd nitil nffurod low bv " 'T. WELLS. feblU PAINTS. 3rj Kegs fresh White Lead; I O 7'JSlbs. Gitovso colors, assorted. feblO Received by T. WELLS. OILS, &c. 57Q GALLONS puer Linked Oil; (O 10 barrels Tanner's Ojl; 10 do LARD OIL; .1 An Snir'teTiirncntine: Received and for sale at low prices by T. WELLS. feblO eo6w Market street, Nashville BEMOVED. n , A t, WE have removed our stock of Variety Goods to the house on the west side of the Square, on the corner of Deaderick street, where we have now on hand a large assortment of English, French and American Fancy Goods, suitable for furnishing couutry stores; also Combs, Brushes, Spool and Patent Thread, Cutlery, Hosiery, Gloves, Hand kerchiefs, Port Monies, Pins, Needles and steel goods, Guns, and Pistols, Stationery, Clocks, Gold and Gilt Jewelry; also Lookiug-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 any favoring us with their custom. ALSO Patent Safety-Fuse, forsale at Manufacturers VCQ3 hi' A. MORRISON & CO. janl5 Corner of Deaderick st. and Square COOKING STOVES. WE hare just received from the best foundries in Cin cinnati, a large supply of the following COOKING STOVES : Tns Ho'osinu State Cookixq Stoves ; three different sizes. The InoxTO.v Pkemium Cooking Stoves; with 6 holes, one of the best and cheapest stoves before the public. The Cement Cook Stove, a new air tightstove, warranted to work well. The Kextuckiak Cook Stoves; Nos.2and 8. he Double Oven Cooking Stoves. Premium Stoves of various patterns, and at prices so low that no one can undersell us. We have also received a specimen of a new stove, lli PENNSYLVANIA, which comes highly recommended and is believed to be one of the best and most improved stoves lately manufactured, well worthy the attention of any family wanting a large nnd firstratc stove. Our stock of HEATING AND PARLOUR STOVES, is too large for this advanced stage of the season. To reduce it, we will sell large Church und Hall Stoves for cash at a small advance above cost SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. Nashville, Feb. 18, 1653, COFFEE. 350 bags Rio Coffee, reccived'this day per S. B. America, and for sale by febl-1 MORRIS &STRATT0N. SUNDRIES. Now landing from steamer America 100 boxes Soap; 10 ceroons Indigo; 20 bags l'cpper; o casus jiaaaer ; 25 do Ginger; 10 do Spice; 15 do Almonds; 100 dozen Buckets ; and for sale bv febl-l 32 half barrels Soda ; 15 barrels Alum; 10 tierces Rice; 10 boxes Oranges ; MORRIS & STRATTON. CALL SOON. For sale An excellent Blacksmith warranted;' 2 valuable stout Men: 3 Women, extra Cooks and House Servants: 1 Woman and Child, 21 years eld, good Cook; 1 very pretty Girl, 13 years old; 1 No. 1 fancy Boy 13 years old; JJABBS t PORTER, feb7 No. 33, Cedar street. CEUTCHFLELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GRIFFIN H0USF, CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE. THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps r tlm nnpnrrpr cii' lnndinirnf thfv Western and i , .t 1 : . . , Atlantic railroad is now onen under thesunervision of1 and X UUIl'tl- un,.ii.iup ... .......... -j, ..... v. ... - -' - ' -' . . . ... .i i . f n tTT lAd xnis uouse wnuc unuer mc coniroi oi uoionei j. o. Gritlin acquired a vjry high reputation as a first class hotel. The present proprietor having secured the services of Col. Gritlin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent nn1rnnri hnno hor. nnd liavintr furnished the house entirelv anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCUF1ELD, feb21- -lv rropnetor. PUBLIC SALE OF BUILDING LOTS AT ALIS0NIA SPRINGS. TTAVING persons have concluded to vield therefore, on the 20th of April next offer at public auction.on long scarlet Radish ; Early Dutch Red Top and Rutabaga 7'.inii hit the rWiifrtf 4- i been stronrfv solicited, by alarre number of to sell Lots adjacent to the above Springs, I to these solicitations; I will, there- the premises, a number ot UKAUiiJ;ULiiiuiLiUir(ux.uto, immediately at or near the Springs, of appropriate form and size for residences with necessary appendages. Those much admired and VERY VALUABLE SPRINGS are beautiful ly situated on a bench of the Cumberland Mountain; imme diately on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at a De pot, 80 miles from NashvtHe, and but a few miles from Cum berland Tunnel. There is a Magnificent Chalybeate, Su perior Sulphur, and a number of Free-stone Springs, all in close proximity. A more healthy, desirable, and convenient location for a SUMMER RETREAT cannot be found in any country. Building Materials in abundance may be had at the place, as I have on hand several hundred thousand good Brick and a quantity of LiL nd in a short time will have in full operation a Steam SmM of the first order. Terms made knowirM. fee day of sale JSTA Plat of the afewre atay be seen at my office in Win chester, or ot Alisonia io WiL ESTILL. Ahsonia, Frasklia oe Tul, Fob. 21, 1858 dw kL JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA; A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy colored DRESS, FROCK and 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 Davies and Jones SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS oj various qualities and 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 jan20 CLIFTON & ABBOTT. FOR SALE FOR CASH. LANGHORN & ARMISTED'S GOLD Leaf Chewing Tobacco. 25 boxes just received, of their purest brands. Forsale at re tail or by the box. h. G. SCOVEL. North side of the Public Square, three doors west of the Nashville Inn. oct 14. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER. THE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints and all pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied, ram cannot exist It has been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stomach, Weak Limb3, Lameness, Affec tion of the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys in flammation by perspiration. The following commendation is from an agent resid ing at Trenton, Tennessee. Tuektox, Gibson County, Tenn., Nov. 7, 1848. Messrs. Scovil i Mead Gentlemen: The Hebrew Plas ter is becoming popular in this section There is a lady in this county who says she would not be without this Plaster for five hundred dollars a year. She was afflicted for some time with an enlargement of the spleen, which gave her a great deal of pain. The swelling and pain had extended up nearly to the arm-pit, and occasionally she could scarcely breathe. She was confined for a considerble time, during which she was attended by some of our best physicians, but they gave her no relief She procured a box of the He brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost immdiatcly, and now she keeps a supyly of it on hand constantly. These facts you ate at liberty to use as you think pfbper they are substantially true Respectfully, vours, &c. JES'EJ. WELLS. Beware of counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and Eurchasers generally are cautioned against buying of any utour regular agents, otherwise they will be imposed upon with a worthless article, as many base counterfeits of this Plaster are in existence. Remember. The genuine is sold only by us, and our advertised Agents throughout the South. No" Pedlur is al lowed to sell it In future the genuine will have the signa ture oi E. TAYLOR on the new steel plate engraved label on the top of each box; to counterfeit which will be prosecuted as foigery. Philotokcu or Female Friend. For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruasion, Mis carriage or Abortion, and the relief of all these Sympa thetic Nervous All'ectious attendant on Pregnancy. In setting forth the merits of this valuable remedy, the proprietor has been actuated by the certainty resulting from experience, that the most gratifying effects will be found at tendant on its use. Besides those complaints which have been named, the Philotoken mcv be used with advantage in Fluor Albus, Prolypsus Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, and even in Consumption. In some of these, auxiliaries will be required to perform a cure, and in others, it can act only as an auxiliary, or a palliative to remove the tempora ry suffering. The Philotoken is not offered as a cure for all the ills which flesh is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of complaints in which it is warranted to do ull that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill cau. Remember, that "an ounce of Preventive is worth a pound of cure." N. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, wilLbe careful to observe my writen signature on the outside label of each bot tle, to Counterfeit which is Forgerv. T. C. R13LEY, Proprietor, Hamburg, S. C. Price 1, per bottle. Forsale by SCOVIL k MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agentsfor the Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by EWIN, BROWN k Co., Nashville, Tenn. W. W. k J. B. BERRY, do; J. M. ZIMERMAN k Co., do; CART WRIGHT k ARMSTRONG, do; THOMAS WELLS, do ; H. G. SCOVEL, do. jan 14 dt ww NINETY TOWN LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ! On Tuesday, 15th March, 1853. THE above LOTS are in the town of STEVENSON, at the junction of the Memphis and Charleston, and the Nash ville and Chattanooga Railroads, 2S0 miles from Memphis, 113 miles from Nashville, and 3a miles from Chattanooga, and in Jackson county, Alabama. This place is at the point ot Cumberland Mountain, situated on the margin of one ot the richest valleys of Tennessee river, and surrounded by forests of the best timber in the Union, and iron and coal to an unlimited extent Tho Nashville and Chattanooga rail road lias been finished to and past that point from Nashville, and tie part of this road between Stevenson and Chattanoo ga will be done by July next, and the Memphis and Charles ton road from this point to the foot of the Muscle Shoals, a distance of 170 miles, is all under contract, and far advanced or finished, and will all be done in 10 to 18 months.- The Sehna road will enter the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad a few miles beyond Stevenson, and the connection at Chat tanooga with the East Tennessee and Virginia roads, the Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina roads, and the Selma road this side, and with the South-west through the Memphis and Charleston road, connecting with the New Orleans and Nashville, and Mobile and Ohio railroads, and bv the Nash ville and Chattanooga road to Nashville with all the North and North-west valley of the Mississippi, gives Stevenson a most commanding position for a manufacturing and commer cial point, and justifies, wc think, the prospect of a large city. Water, one of the vital necessaries of life, flows out of the mountain at this place in great abundance for all local pur poses, and to supply any number of steam engines; and of the nnest freestone and'limestone. This point is healthy, and combines the scenery of Switz erland with the climate ofltaly, connecting mountain and valley. The rich lands and minerals, are here in immediate contact, with all these railroads to carry the products of either to market, in any direction. There is alreadv a thriving little village at this place, all built in a few months, and great desire to buy on the part of parties at a distance. This sale is advertised to give all a chance at public sale, which will take place as above stated, on Tuesday, the 15th day of March next, commencing at 10 o'clock, a.m. ... ,. , , This place is, in point of railroad connection, simularly situated to Atlanta, Ga., but much more advantageously, in regard to productiveness of soil and coal andiron, which surround it, aud Atlanta, now six years old, has a popula tion of over 6000 of the ;mst thrifty people in this Union.. lVrsnns wishintr to attend this sale, can reach Stevenson daily by steamboats from East Tenneseee, South Carolina and Georgia by way of Chattanooga, and from Alabama by a daily line of steamers from Decatur, and a daily line of rail road cars from Nashville, Tennessee. One-tenth of the purchase money will be required to be paid down, or a good well secured note at not over 4 months, as may be agreed upon, and the balance in one and two years with a lien retained on the ground to secure payment Plans will be exhibited on the day of sale. J. F. ANDERSON k CO. Feb. HI 853 w2t dtd SUGAR AND MOLASSES. 250 hhds prime New Sugar. 500 bbls prime new Molasses. For sale by feb 5 W. II. GORDON & CO. NOTICE. In consequence of the Fire on Friday morn ing, we are compelled to suspend business for some time, but will commence again as soon as we can procure a suitable house, of which due notice will be given. In the meantime we hope our friends who are indebted to us, and to Ewin, Brown k Co., will come forward and settle up without delay, that we may meet our own engagements promptly. We can be fonnd at No. 18, on the square John Nichol s old stand. . M ... We would also take this occasion to express our grateful thanks to those who have kindly favored us and our prede cessors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and citizens, to whose exertions we are mainly indebted for what of our goods were saved, and to those kind friends who sympathise with us in our loss, feb 2 EWIN BROTHERS. SILK AND LINEN IIANKERCHIEF'S Just received a superior lot of Silk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, and for sale by MYERS k McGILL Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, College St, one door from the Square. Janl3. fiOACH MAKING. THE undersigned would respectfully in farm their triends and the public that thev have taken the old stsnd of C T. Watson, No. 34, Deaderick st, where they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of on reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made to order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and the public may rely upon getting their work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best workmanship and materials. I5TBLACKS.nTHING. Every description of BLACK SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal terms. r3UUHSb &ttui!,Lnvi. we nave mourempioyexperi enced HORSE SHOERS, and the public may rely on gettn- their horses shod in the neatest manner. All workert ctjr to our care will be under the immediate superintend C the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give stlt isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the publi a liberal share of their patronage. feb 2 ly CRAM k SHEPHERD. HERRMAN S. SARONI, Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and Composition. Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention, feb 2 ly. OOTS AND SHOES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. RAMAGE k CHURCH, 42, College street, respectfully call the attention of buyers to thtir stock of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, which they have recently re ve'd, direct from the Manufactories, and offer them at th est mwkit prices, fb5 43, Collg at. MISCELLANEOUS. O. JUroEEGOE, X. E. ALLOWAT, J. ILAXXHXAD. MACGREGOB, ALLOWAY CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,) Orleans. EST N. E. ALLOWAY & CO., Nashiille, TeniL, are at all times prepared to make liberal cah advances on ship menta to us. seplS "WELL BONE THOU GOOD & FAITHFUL SERVANT." WE faacy we hear the thousands and ten of thousands of grateful hearts, scattered as they are over every section of our glorious Union, making the air wchon wiih th above scriptural parable, so applicable is it for the returns made to them for the few talents sent for investment through the famed andimperishably renowned House of PYFER & CO. LOTTERY BROKERS. No. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland. This House has very appropriately received of late, the cognomen of "Dauk Fortune's Citadel 1" In honor of the unprecedented number and amount of CAPITAL PRIZES which they have sold and paid, to the exclusion and mortifi cation of all other Lottery Brokers. And the cry is "Stiu. inrr Sell !" During the past mouth, the following Graud Capitals hava been sold and cashed by these world renown od Brokers, presenting the astounding and when we taka into conside ration that all this has been sold in one short month incredi ble, but not the less true, amount of $213,075 I X Prizes were distributed as follows: $40,020, in package Half Ticket sent to Tennessee. J20.000, in package Wholes, sent to Georgia. $16,576, in package Wholes, sent to Pennsylvania. l-',000, in package Quarter Tickets,sent to "S- Carolina. $18,000, in do do do Tennessee. $10,000, in single moles, sent to North Carolina. $3o,00o, in package of Eighths sent to Virginia. $a,000,m Single Half Tickets, sent to North Carolina. $4,000 and 2,ou0 both in one package sent to Alabama. Besides a large number of l.uoo and $500 PrLtes which were sold in Packages. JdSTPrize payments at PYFER k CO. made in gold at sight Splendid Schemes for February, 1853. iTTbe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets , only, are given below. Date. Feb. 1 8 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 Capital Prizes. $20,000 31,000 20,000 20,000 42,000 26,U00 2i,000 S3,461 18,000 15,000 52,473 25,000 17,716 8i,000 irO.OOO 20.000 40,000 80,000 lf,656 85,000 16,312 15,000 70,000 27,500 No.of Price of Price of Ballots. Tickets. Packages, 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 78 Nos. 7S Nos. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. To Nos. 12 drawn 14 drawn 12 drawn 15 drawn 12 drawn 15 drawn 12 drawn IS drawn IS drawn 14 drawn 1 drawn 13 drawn 10 drawn 15 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 1; d awu 14 urawn 12 drawn 14 drawn 12 drawn 11 drawn 6 $13 00 10 6 5 12 8 5 10 5 4 15 8 5 10 5 5 10 8 5 10 5 4 30 8 85 00 18 00 17 00 40 00 25 00 13 00 85 00 13 00 13 00 45 00 80 00 15 00 35 00 18 00 13 00 35 00 80 00 18 00 30 00 18 00 13 00 100 00 32 00 25T"Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first mails aftei th : lotteries arc drawn. Correspondents will please order a few days before the lotteries are drawn. There is a large per centagc in faror of those purchasers who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured. We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets "in every in stance. E5?Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents who draw prizes at PYFER k GO'S. "Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw roua of the most splendid prizes in a scheme. grin order to secure a Fortune., and the cash immediate ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery Brokers, PYFER k CO., feb I lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md. BEN. M. NOEL fit BB0., Grocery and Commission, Receiving aud Forwarding 'Merchants, And Dealera in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, , COLLEGE STREET. LIQUORS AND TOBACCO. 400 bbls Sam Hide's Whisky; 100 bbls Drans Whisky; oolibls Old Monongahela do 50" Brown's DD do; 50 " American Brandy; 40 " " S M Wine, 20 " Old Port Wine; 25 " N E Rum; 5 i Pipes Old Brandy, best brands; 1 Pipe Irish Whisky;' 50 Baskets Champaigne; 0 boxes of Lieber's Ginger and Raspberry Brandies; 52 Pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin; 50 bxs Gus Jones' Tobacco; 50 " Walker's Ale; 20 " Young i Birdewell's do 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco; PMBocrzNol do; 30 " Fennel's do 10 " Fenix's do 20 " Missouri do 10 " Sam Wools 5'a do 5 " Reud k Nash's do BEN. M. NOEL & BRO. 20 " " " Gold Leaf do 10 " B. Daily's do 10 " Ender's do 5 " S E White's do In store and forsale by febl9 JUST RECEIVED 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee; 50 " Laguayrauo; 300 bbls Reboiled Molasses; 300 halves do do; 50 hhds choice Sugar; 500 bags fine Salt; 300 kegJ Oysters; 500 cans do; 800 bbls St Louis Mills Flour; 100 ' Cincinnati do; 300 kegs Nails assorted; 300 boxes Glassware, ass; 100 doz. Brooms; 23,000 Imported Cigars; 50,000 Melee do; 10 frails SS Almonds; 10 tierces Rice; 5 ceroons Indigo; 2 casks Dutch Madder; 20 bbls Copperas; 20 bags Pepper; 15 " Spice; 300 reams Wrap. Paper; 500 lbs Kanawha Salt ; 20 kegs Shot and Lead; 25 bbls Golden byrup; no hl.ls and half bbls Crackers: 20 bbls Mackerel; 50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar; i500 boxes and half boxes Raisins; Just received and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL k BRO. fb!9. W TAMED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for VY which we will cive the highest market price, i BEN. M. NOEL k BRO. febl'J H. &B. DOUGLAS & CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS I.V STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ' SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR ASOLS, kC, AC, North side of the Public Square, Nashville, Tenn. WE have in stoic a complete stock and general assort ment of New Spring aud Summer Goods. In asking the attention of dealers to this exceedingly beau tiful and eminently desirable collection of Goods, we would , say we are now prepared to supply our patrons on better terms and at lower prices, than the same goods can be pro I cured, in like quantities, from either Philadelphia or N.York. ! The selections have been made with great care, and are in every particular adapted to the requirements oi tne traae. The stock is not only the largest, but the most varied and elegant in its assortment ever offered by any one in Nash- "w'e want Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, Whito Linsev. and Woolen Socks, to any extent, at full market value. feb!4-2m. H. & ; B. DOUGLAS k CO. NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS. JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor. MARXET ST., OPPOSITE JOHNSOS & HOHNE's TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, NASHVILLE, TENN. Marble Wareroomsattheold stand Corner of Summer and Spring Streets. HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the late?! style, as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities. By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee. Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. A large assortment of Monuments, Tombs, Baptismal Founts, ubns, Vases, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, 4a, carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as it can be procured from tho East Also, Marble Mantels, of every description, plain or carved". Building Stone, sold Wholesale and RetaiL All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their favors. JAMES SLOAN, Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville. feb!9 ly QTJEENSWAEE at REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY , --r avi xa nmrrmsprl or Mr. w. Gilliam nis very larre J JH weg assorted stock of Quceasware, Glass and China, a great portion ot wmcn is oi iae initia tions, lam now prepared to furnish all who may favor me with a call, with Queensware, Ac., very low for cash. . Country Merchants would find it to their interest to give me a call. . . 3 Close personal attention will bo given to business, and good "Cdlftmiam'a Old Stand, North side of the Pub Be TT.rL vai,.ni TVnn. roe7-m1 J- C. DARDEN. SILK SHIRTS ANU uuah.--y c uae good assortment of Silk Underwear. Also Merino and Flannel, all cf which we will seU Jtevr r ;n oa MirjUa &-McGILIa . -TTYJ C? M7 1 Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,. No. 56,. College St, one doorSoutn ot tne oquare. IT" t r! LOUR. 200 bbl3 New YJp Bls family i'lour; -009 ddii aiuutguuiiMjr iAUfL.rMuxv For aalo "hr GORDON k CO CHERRY PECTORAL For llio Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPIXG-COUGU CROUP, ASTHMA. AM) CONSUMPTION. TO GURE A COLD, WITH HEADACHE AND SORE NESS OF THE BODY, take the Cheert Pectoral on go in? to bed, and wrap up warm, to sweat during the night. FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take it morning, nooa and evening, according to directions on the bcttle, and tho difficulty will soon be removed. None will long suffer from this trouble when they find it can le so readily cured. Per sons afflicted with a seated cough, which breaks them of their rest at night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing rest Great relief from ?ufFer ing, and an ultimate cure, is afforded to thousands who arc thus a&licted, by this invaluable remedy. From its agreeable effect in these cases, many find them' selves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity for it has ceased. From two emincut Physicians in Fatlttetille, Tenn., April 16tb, 1851. Sir: We have given your Cherry Pectoral an extensive trial in our practice, and find it to surpass every other reme dy we have for curing affections of the respiratorv organs. 3 DBS. DIEMER k HAMPTON. TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS this remedy is invaluable, as by its action on the throat and lungs, when taken in small quantities, it removes all hoarseness in a few hours, and wonderfully increases the power and fiexibilty of the voice. ASTHMA is generally much relieved, and often wholly cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some cases so ob stinate as to yield cutiTcJy to no medicine. Cherry Pectoral will cure them, if thb can be cured. BRONCHITIS, or irritation of the throat and upper por tion of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent doses. The unccmlbrtable oppression is soon relieved. Rev.Doct Lansing, of Brooklyn, New York, states : "I have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such cases of Asth ma and Bronchits as leads me to believe it can rarely fail to cure those diseases." FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, to be fol lowed by large and frequent doses of the Cherry Pectoral, until it subdues the disease. If taken in season, it will not fail to cure. WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up and soon cured by the use of the Cherrv Pectoral. THE INFLUENZA is specilily removed by this remedy. Numerous instances bavebeen noticed where whole families were protected from any serious consequences, while their neighbors, without the Cherry Pectoral, were suffering from the disease. Doct J. C. Aver : Salem, Ohio, June '51. 1 write to inform you of the trulv remarkable effects of vour (Jllr.itUi rtuiuiiAii in mis piace, ana in my own family, One of mv daughters was complete! v cured in three days ol a ureaaiui w noopmg v-ougu, oy lamng u. ur. Means, one of our very best physicians freely states that ho considers it the best remedy we hare for pulmonary dis eases and that he lias cured more cases of Croup with it than any other medicine he eTer administered. Our clergyman of the Baptist Church says that during the run of Influenza here this season, he has seen cares from your medicine, he could scarcely have believed without see ing. Yours respectfully, J. D. SINCLAIR, Deputy Postmaster. Irom the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materia Medica, lioicJoin (kilene. I have found the Cheurt Pectoral, as its ingredients show, a powerful remedy for colds and coughs, and pulmo nary diseases. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 5, 1S47. Parker Cleveland, M.D. DR. VALENTINE MOTT, The widely cel&rated Professor of Surgerg in the Medical College, New York City, says: "It gives me pleasure to certify the value and efficacy of 'Ayer s Cherry Pectoral,' which I consider peculiarly adapt ed to cure diseases of the Throat and Lungs." Cures of severe diseases upon the Lungs have been affect ed bv Cuerrt Pectoral in such extreme cases as warrant the belief that a remedy has at length been found that can be depended on to cure the Coughs, Colds and Consump tion which carry from our midst thousands every year. It is indeed a medicine to which the afflicted can look with confidence for relief, and they should not fail to avail them selves ofit Prepared and sold by JAMES C A VER, febl Cm. Druggist and Chemist, Lowell. Mass. W. W. BERRY. And Druggist and Dealers in Medicine everywhere. THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY. DR. C. "WILLIA3IS Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. Forth cur of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Hoopingcovgh , Croup, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Asthma and (Xu sumption. SnELBTviLLK, Tenn., July 14, 1351. Dr. Ciias. Williams Dear Sir: Your Pulmonic Balsam of Wood Nap tlia and Wild Cherry is giving general satis faction. I have nearly sold out, and you will please send me half a gross immediately, and write me at what price vou win sen ii vo me on sia mourns nine. Hoping to hear from you soon, 1 remain yours truly, JOHN P. DROMGOOLE, Druggist. From a highly respectable mercantile bouse in Mount Pleasant, Tenn. Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: You will please send us a further supply of your Balsam of w lid Cherry ana N ooa Naptha. We have ouly two bottles of the sir dozen you left. It gixes more general satisfaction than any medicine we have ever sold, and we are inclined to think that it will sell rapidly here so soon as its good effects are generally known. E. M. DICKSON k CO. Mt. Pleasant, Nov. 11, 1851. LaGrange, Tenn., Jan. 9, 1851. Tin f Wtr r Tiifc TIpaw Sue The amount of vour Pul monic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha I hava now on hand at this date, is only three bottles. Wherever sold it has given in every case entire satisfaction. You will please forward me four dozen immediately, and oblige yours, very truly, W. H. FALLS, Druggist. Franklin, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851. Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: All speak verv favorably of your Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and WoodNaptha, and it has given in every case entire satisfaction. I nave only four bottles of the last you shipped me on hand, and I ' . i - i 1 ' "l 1 .1 r canff want more immeuiaieiy. i ou win mereiurc yiwc me six dozen on receipt of this. Yours, very respectfully, E. G. CLOUSTON, Druggist For sale Wholesale and RetaiLand on Agency by J. M wim-nif i v Ti'i.-.i 1 r-..;cf Trim ic the General. Aeentfor this popular and valuable preparation at the city ox .t,.i?ii j.-f j: ...-,- it ; also forsale bv ixasuTiue aim tuiiuuuuiu - 6 EWIN BROTHERS, CART WRIGHT & ARMSTROhG, W.W. BERRY, GEORGE W. UENDERSHOTT, T. WELLS, H. G. SCOVEL, BEACH, FLEMING & CO., CURRY k MARTIN, Nashville BINGFORD k McDERMOTT,. Murfreesboro.. E. G. CLOUSTON, LFsanU:n T F. S. WOLRIDGE, ffanld,n' r HAWKINS k TOWLER, Columbia. And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten nesjee, and all the Southern and Western Stvies. feb 1 lm d tw w FOB MALE AND FEMALE. EYE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command B that should be cbeerimiy ootyeu u w 7J'. Dr. Larzett's JUNO CORDIAL, orProcreaUvEli xir. men, prescribes as an ettecruai rwwnui.o ux wcuimy mnotencv. or Barrenness, and all irregularities of nature. ItisaU that it professes to be, vir Nature s great restorative, and remedy for those in the married state without oSspiing.. It is a certain cure for.Semiaal Emissions, General Debility,. Gleet Weakness of. the, Genital Organs, Nervous affectluu, Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un- nleasa the user in any of the above complainta, and w- . 1 , It "A! 1 flf priceless vaiue io mose wimout onspxiug. fnntinp. F.itra Find the nam of ComstockiBJoUo erjjwithe wrapper and never buy it unless yoa. find w namei as it has been extensively counterfitei of wie.. Avoid the counterfeit as you -would poison- . CARTWRIGHT ABMSTBQI1. Wholesa and Retail Agt's. Corner Broadband Miet StTeetylashville. 0ulyl2-dtrw-&w-lSm. CLOTHING CITY MANCT0SX;-H0ME INDUS- I KEEP constantly on hand a fdupply of aU kindiofi genUemen'a wearing apparel,, made np in the yg. bes 6" . .m cunrintpni?nnm anil rroiild aSK aXW iUrkal atawt: dw from thi vz. equalled. Also, a certain remeuy ior incipient ionsnnrj--tion, Indigesuon, los3 of Muscular energy, Physical Lasai.. tnrle. Female. Weakness, Debility. &c. It is warranted.