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Lane's Worm Specific-The following from a finer, ' ledwl shows the demand which this great meaiciui, ua rherever it las been introduced : J5W)SSBono, Tioga co., Pa., March 0, l0. :-In consequenceot the grew - ' it your iorarU. ug ;. w - . . you m Fir3 S S or said "Specifics" in this nrh?itaS2Sld be soldanm, ally i l-ar, if to be had (wholesale and retailj from some local agent. If ym, wKompeolea perMm for trouble and expense ofvcndmg. I think i?0 so Yours, respectfully, WM. M. MALLUin, Messrs. J. Kibd A Co. Per V. E. I'oirrp.n. tThis groat Worm Specific may be had at all the prfncpal Drugstores in Nashville and vicinity. I)r Smith's (genuine) Sugar Coated Pills, are WABiusTmt to coke Ferer and Ague in three days; Dysentry in twelve hours; a Cold in a 'day; Biljiousuess in two days, by taking six to eight one night aniline anorapig, with a bowl of gruel eating and drinWHjlotliiog lor one day, then eat regu lar meals. , , '?.,. Female coniplainlwavsicltHdlhc mild action of these Pills. chikl six mftntfiaold -'niay take Dr. Smith's Pills with safety they neither sicken iwr distress the most deli cate. Those accustomed to taking them say they sleep sound lv allnibt, the iikaii ubcosicsclkau, and the countenance changes to a ru'Sii or roura and UEAurr. Sold everywhere. "While there is Lire there is Hope!" Some of the most dreadful and stubborn disseises of the Lungs ever, known, have been promptly and entirely cured by Dr. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood Nnptli.i, after the most skillful Plivsiciana and every known remedy had failed. We there fore say, "While tlurc is Life there is Hope," if you use thi3 new and opular remedy. J2fSce long advertisement in another column. lmo. An Important Tact! The reason why that Gkcat Cough Remedi-, De. C. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam or "Wild Ciibiuit and Wood Nai-tha, is so very popular is not only owing to its remarkable virtues as a remedial agent, but it is sopUxsanttotakt. It is a beautiful cordial, has ade lig'itful flavor, and is so agreeable, that, when given to chil dren, they cry lor more! See advertisement in another col umn. marl-ltn. Telia's New Saloon. Lunch livery Day. This finished Establishment has Lunch set out every day at half-past ten o'clock. Cella's Saloon is a favorable re sett to all who like to luxuriate. Us has the best of Liquors of all kin U; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he has polite and clevcrissistuuts; and alPwho visit him once will be sure to call again. An Onuce of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the swarms of conclusive facts that cluster around that incom parable preparation, Hoollaud'sGcrman Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent incredulity itself from questioning its etlicacy. In all coses of disease ol the st n.ich, wliethcr acute or chronic it may be recommen ded for its soothing, cordial and renovating influence. Dys pc;sia, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea, nervoue tremors relation, debility, Ac, are relieved, by the Bitters in a vert, short space of time; and perseverance in their use never fails to work a thorough cure. Another .Scientific Wonder! Important to Dy-ppptics.. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the True Di f csuve Fluid orXritstric Juice, prepared from Hcnnct, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions of Baron Leibeg, tie great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, II. 1)., PLLiielphia. This is only a wonderful remedy for Indiges ti m, Dyspepsia, undicc, Liver Complaiut, Constipation and Dob. lit v, curing afier nature's own method, by nature's own a.;.-.'., the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific fcvi Jeucos of its valne, famished by agents gratis. See notice among the medical advertisements. TUt most tjrlraor.UMrj dUcovry in the World is the Grit Aralian liemeJyfor man and Leant. II. G. FARRELL'S CSIYE3RATED ARABIANLIHTMENT IT IS A FACT ESTABLISHED and well known that the Arabians ahainel a height in the knowledge of medi c::ia which caused the whole world to wonder and admire. AVith theai tlie science of chemistry had its birth, and it is, ths.-c'.irc, not at all strange that u people so onimeutly stic-ctM-uiil in the he ding art, and so persevering and daring in c i ii -r, should, by actual and untiring experiment, dis cover remedies fir surpassing in elliciency all others, for the ire of thoe"disc.ios incident to them from their mode of 1 ft. Tne greater p.irt of their time being spent in haz ard ) is :tn J bToodv warfare with the different tribes, they were sabject to the most violent attacks of rheumatism, par id ., ne iralgie pirns, and various nitlaminatory diseases, as ali'i the most fiorrd 'vojnds, sprains, bruises, tumors, swelling, diseases of the joints, etc, etc. All these diseases -tli v were so surprisingly olliCsient in curing, that thounin iHa'e 1 lo.ike 1 with wonJerand attributed tneir skill to the no .vers of magic. II. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LI VI MENT is a co nposition ofbalsamsand oils, from rare plants peculiar to this eountrv, and it was by uie use ol tlie articles ) noosing this great remedy that not only their physicians, bat even the wild Arab? ofihe desert wore enabled to per form s.ich miraculous cures. Tie Arab steed vt toorti-re-,,,. v.l for hUheiuf'ul symmetry of form, his unsurpassed se 1 and ag.lty, aiid the incredible fatigue he is capable of nJuriug. hy is it ? Because from the time of his birth his limlPs arc certainly watched, and upon the (irst appear ance of disease the magic lotion is applied, and such tilings as confirmed sweeny, poll-evil, fistula, ringbone, scratches, spavin, lameness, oic, etc., are unknown. Th' same result wll follow in all c ises when; II. G. Frrrcll's Genuine Ara bian Liniment is ux.'d in tunc. Therefore delay not in pro curing a gtKtd supilv of it, for every dollar spent in it will siivn you twentv, anil a great deal of suffering, if not jour Look out for Counterfeut l The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Farrell' Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the countei feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will bin iliu "ood faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit cx i its, an 1 they will perhaps only discover their eiror when the sparious mixture has wrought its evil elfects. The "-enuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell, sole inventer and proprietor, and whols sale" druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for ATeioic5 mast be addressed. Be sure von get it with the letters 1L G. before Fan-ell's, thus -II.' G. FaRBELIS tad his siirnature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. hold bv' GAUTu BIGHT it ARMSTRONG, and by rcg'alar authorized agents throughout the United State. '(" Price 2"i and 0 cents, and -?1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED is Tsry town, village and hamlet in the United Suites, in which one is not ahead' established. A J iress II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re ereicc as to character, respectfully, Ac d&w NASHVILLE TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, Xo. 4ou College, near Broad Street. THE subscribers are manufacturing Tobacco from Ten ncssee, Ken'ucky, and Missouri Leaf, winch they war rant as good, and will sell as low, as any Tobacco o.tke.same quality manufactured elsewhere. We solicit a call from dealers generally, as Tobacco of our manufacture will be found to give good satisfaction, and pay the dealer a fair pro fit A. J. MUSSELMAN It CO., Matiuficturers, No. 48 College, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn. march 9 tlj PERKINS. CLACK & CO., GEOCEItS, COMMISSI OX, 11UCE1VIXG AXD Forwarding Merchants. S. K Grner of OoUfye and Church Xasheiile, Tenn. WHOLESALE DEALEKS I.V Sugar, Collec, Salt, Flour, Iron, &c., &c., &c. SO hhds Sugar; 100 bags Bio Coffee; Cj baffS Havana Collee; 2.) " Java do; CO " liflgnyra uo; iwiiuus ougm; f0 H bbls Molasses; 50 1$ boxes Baisius; 200 drums Ficrs; 1 1 bbls Jlolasses; 5ii bxs llaisins; i '4 bxs do; 2 ) bxs Gun Powder Tea; 25 bxs lmocrial Tea: 2 'bblsGallego Mill Flour; 50 bbls bt. bouts J" lour; 5 i bxs Mar uauuies; 4. i bxs " " 1 m bxs Brown Soap; 25 bxs perfumed do; 120 bxs choice Dairy Salt; oM y oxs a;ar v;onaies; 100 bxs Tallow do; SO bxs assorted Fancy Soap; 100 bags choice Dairy "Salt, 10 cases Scotch Ale in bottles GO bxs ImiKirted Clears. r- s 1 1 i . X - j0 bxs various liranus; SO bxs Amercan inan'fac; 100 bxs Melee and Cuba Sixes; 2 pipes l rencli liranuy; iu irais Aimons; 10 bbls Pecans; " 100 doz Painted Buckets; 50 bbls American Brandy 50 bbls Bourbon and Mouongahala Whisky; 00 bbls Rectified Cincinnati do; various brands; 10 chests Oolang, Pawshong & Laushong black Teas; 10 cases Sardines boxes and halves; 150 bxs Qt, PL. and 4 pint Flasks; 5 cases choice Pickles in Qt., and Pt. Jars; 5 cases London Brown Stout in bottles; :o bxs Jenny Lind Twist Tobacco; 50 bbls Lovering's Phila. cmshed and pulverized Sugir; 25 bblsSt. Ix)uis " " do; 4) " Lovering's ljoaf do; 8 c sea Tomatto Ketchup in quart bottles; ! 0 bbls London Ladie Potato... In store and for sale by marclil.) PERKINS, CLACK & CO. JUST RECEIVED AT 823. K rv BOXES Langhorn & Armistead's beit Tobacco, a sa 0J periorqualilj! 20 Nest Clothes Baskefs; 50 Kata Nos. 1 and 2 3Iackcrel, for sale by R. F. BRxl, marchll opposite Sewanee nouse, College. PXOUGHS. 100 Uall'a Peacock Ploughs, for sale by jan8 W. H. GORDON & CO. NO. 44, UNION ST, NEW PUBLICATIONS. j'OOX tfc RUTLAND. The Footpath and Highway; Or, Wanderings of an American in Great Pritain, 1851-2. Tlie Fiscal History of Texas. Embracing an ac count of iu Revenues, Debls, and Currency, from com mencement of f he Revolution in 1S84 to 1351-2. nistory of the National Flag or the U. S. A. By S. Hamilton, Captain by brevet, U. S. A. Trench, On the Study of Words. Day-Deanis. By Martha Allen. Prose and Verse. By Thos. Hood. E3ADS AND EATLEOADS. A Manual of the Principles and Practice of ROAD-MAKING, Comprising the Location, Construction, and Improvement. By W. M. Gillespie; 6th edition. MECHANIC'S COMPANION. Nicholson's Mechanic's Companion- Comprising Carpentry, Joinery, Bricklaying. Masonry, Slating, Plastering, Steam-Engineering, Ac DOWNLNG'S COUNTEY HOUSES. The Architecture of Country Houses Including Designs for Collages Farm Houses, Ac. with remarks on Warming"and Ventilating. 320 Illustrations. AMERICAN DRAWING-BOOK. A Manual for the Aniature, and Basis of Study for the Pro fessional Artists. By J. G. Chapman, N. A. inarch 7 11 Union street. LEAiiDER D. STEVEXSO.V. EOBEET L. WIUTE. STEVJ5NSOX & WIHTJ'1, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Xo. 59, Corner of the ."square and College street, ashtillc. 1 X TE have now in store one of the largest and best assort ed stock of goods in the city. Wc respectfully re quest our friends and the public to examine our goods be. fore making their purchases, as we are determined to Mli low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal tima We will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Lanes and Shawls at cost, mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE DItESS CJOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colore; Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks; Rich White Brocade Silks;; RichRopietde Lanes; Rich Black Gro de Rhiues Small Check'd De Lanes; Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd De Lanes; Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all colors; White, Pink and Blue Gro de France; Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres; Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres; Fre teh, English an 1 German Mcrinoes, in all colors, plain; DeLanci in all colois; Plain Cashmeres. Wc have a large assortment of the above goods which we will sell at very reduced prices. mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE. M O If iLX Wtl (..'UO W.S. We havo a beautiful assort ment, surt as Al.inacas, De Lanos, Canton Cloths. blaclc liiiglisii urape, Italian uo, tsonibazines, bilks and Rib bons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchiefs, Iloisery, Col lars and hlceves, Gloves, Ac. mar7 STEVENSON & WHITE. EXTL.UME N'S FUltNISlIIVt; tiOODS JT Silk, Merino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un der Shirts and Drawers; Silk. .Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton Hosiery; a nice assortment of Patent Shirts and Col lars; Black and Fancy Cravats, Stocks, Scarfs, Ac; Kid Buck, Beaver, rur and Wool Gloves, a good assortment; Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimcres and Vestiugs, Suspenders, Ac. For sale lo, by mart S f E VENS0N & WHITE. "7i7JIlTI3 f;OOI)S. Bleached Muslins in every nuat- VV itv: Bleached Drillin-'s. Jaconct Cambrics. .Muslins. Swiss Muslin, Check d and Strip'd Muslins; Hair Cord, Check'd and Strip'd Cord; India Mulls and Twills. Shur French and Mainsook Twills, Book Twills. In short, we haven large assortment of the above Goods, which wc will sell very low. mar7 STEVENSON A WHITE. 5 rtiJtS We have a beautiful assortment, which will be jl sold at greatly reduced prices. inar7 . ' STEVENSON A WHITE. 1) EKFUili KIIY. Cologne Water, Extracts Hair Oils JL ami tsoaps, limn tlie best frencli 1'erlumers. mar7 STEVENSON A WHITE. 7.UttIt01DKmE:$ AND LiACM (JtlUUS.- Beautiful Val. Lace Chcinizetls and Sleeves to match, llonitoti Luce do do, Needle Work do, Homton Jjace-trnu- med do, Honiton Val. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars, Ao., Valencienes; Laces, Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and Jaconets InscvtitiM and Edgings, Black and white Lace Canes, Black a.id Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buffings. Ac, Ac House-Furnishing Goods. Rich Satin Lace for Window Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain Dam asks in variety, Lace and Muslin Curtail'., extra Rich Table Damasks, in all qualities, Towel Diapers, Towels and Napkins of all kinds, Pa-nsleys, 10-1, 11-1 and 12-i Linen Sheeting, pj-i ilushu do, French, English and American Furniture Prints. Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves nnd Underwear. Silk Merino and Lamb's Wool Vests and Drawers, Union Dresses, Silk, Merino, Linen and Cotton Hos'cry for L idios. Misses and Children, in every varietv, b.'st i aris Kid Gloes, in all colors, Ladies, Misses and Children's ool and Merino Gloves, Boy's Iloisery ami Gloves. For sale loivbv STEVENSON A WTH'E, mi r7 No. 59, Corner of College st. and the iiquarc. The FMfiadel Biaisu Store No. 18, Public Square, next door to Plummer & Co. SOIIN, HILLMAN & CO., I") ESPECTr L'LLl' take this method of inlorming their i friends and the public generally, that they will on or about the 1st of March next, open, at the above mentioned stand, a large Wholcsaleand Retail Dry Goods Establishment. With an extensix'e and entire new style of SPK1NG GOODS, Of tlie latest importations, and selected with great care for this market, and which, through their connection with some of tin. loading Eastern Houses, they are able to sell at the very lowest eastern market prices; they, therefore, re specllullv ask a share of the public patronage. feb2t SPUN, 1 1 1LL.MAN A CO. h. & e onyoLASqo., IMl'OKTEllS AND WHOLESALE DEALBIS IK ' ' STAPLE AND FANCY" DIIY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR ASOLS, AC, AC, AorlJi side of the I'wAic Square, XaxhviUe, Tenn. L have in stole a comnlete stock and ccneral assort ment of New Snriiifr and Summer (,'doiIs. In asking thcattentiou of dealers to this exceeding v Iwau- 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 ran be pro cured, in like qtiau tities, from cither Philadelphia or N. York. Tne selections have been made with great cue, and are m every particular adapted to tlie requirements of the trade. The stock is not only the largest, but the most varied and elegant in its assortment ever olTored by any one in Nash ville Wc want Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White Linscy, and Woolen Socks, (o any extent, at full market value. febU 2m. II. & B. DOUGLAS A CO. SPRING GOODS FOR 1S53. ikmim & ao. IMPORTERS and JOBREItS, No. 48, Public Square, XahrfUe, Tennessee. HAVE now in store their SPRING STOCK, com prising every variety of Fancy and Plain Ribbons, Printed Lawns, Jaconets, Prints, ilinghams, Eerage DcLaincs. WHITE GOOD 51 Cloths, Cassimcres, White and lilny Linens, Jeans and Cottonades, French nnd English IJrap DcEte, BONNETS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., Ac, which they offer for sale on their usual liberal terms to prompt time or cash dealers. Feathers. Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, alwavs takpn nt the highest market prices. feb22 JL ST RECEIVED. A superior assortment ot acu sonable Ready Made Clothing, consisting of Black Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drup d'Etat Sacks; Colored " " " " " pants; Buff; white and figured Marseilles Vesti. And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine and elegant assortment. T. J. HOUGH, mr 5 Cedar sf reef. BLANKS FOR MERCHANTS. JgLANK BOOKS of every description and superior quali- the Banks: BLANK BILLS OF LADING, bound and unbound; BLANK LETTER BOOKS For sale by CHARLES W. SMITn, march7 No. 51 College street. NOTICE. EWIN BROTHERS have moved their own and the books of MwsjBrown A Co., to the office of Messrs. Lindslev A Ci 'ieJffiyievt docrio Full A Cunning, '"m's, and earnestly reaSlujflioso indebted by nolo or ac count 1 JhnvardT feb2U TRUNKS. Just-KKSSS,. fov fme-nts, and tor w4. BLANK SCRAP BOOKS, for invoices; BLANK BILLS OF EXCHANGE; BLANK NOTES and CHECKS on all F- HAGA2sT. 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 tlie last London edition. ' MY NOVEL: or, Varieties in English Life, by Sir Ed ward Bulwer Lytton. , THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BLAKE, by M. G. Maxwell. THE JIARRYTNG MAN, a Tale founded on fact, by the author of Frank Farleigh. THE FLYING ARTILERI3T, a Tale of Mexican Treach ery, by Harry nazel. 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 feblO F. HAGAN. "SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY A large as sortment, m store and for sale by febl'J F. HAGAN. INK. HIBBERT'S CHEMICAL WRITING FLUID. MAYNARD A NAYE'S BLACK INK. MORRISON'S and others large stock the trade sup plied at low prices, by F. HAGAN, feb!9 Market street. INDIAN BATTLES, ilURDEES, SEIGES AND FOEAYS IN THE SOUTHWEST. NARATIVES OF Gen. Hall, Col. Buowk, Capt. Cakr, John Davis, John Boslet, Sajiuel Blair, Dn. Shelby, Titos Everett, Jou.v Rains, and including accounts of Nickojacb Campiign Attack on Iiuclianan Station Tlie Cold Water jjedilion Darning of Sigh-rt Fort-Battle of Caney Fork Attach on Greenfield Fort Defence of Blalsoe'g Lief: Seige on Boonsboro' Ihe Blue Lick De feat, d-c. One vol., paper. Price 30 cents. The thrilling 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 State. A small capital of from $15 to $o0 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid piofit may be realized. For particulars, address or call on feba F. HAGAN, Publishers' Agent. HARPERS' MAGAZINE FOR MARCH Just received bv mar2 F. HAGAN- NINETY TOWN LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ! On Tuesday, 15th March, 1833. rpHE above LOTS are m the town of STEVENSON, at the X junction of the .Memphis and Charleston, and the Nash ville and Chattanooga Railroads, 2-iU miles from Memphis, 113 miles lrom Nashville, and 33 miles from Chattanooga, and in Jackson county, Alabama. This place is at the point ol Cumberland Mountain, situated on the margin of one of the richest valleys of Tennessee river, and surrounded by foicsts of the best timber in the Union, and iron and coal to an unlimited extent. The Nashville and Chattanooga rail road has been finished to aud past that point from Nashville, and t !C part of this road between Stevenson and Chattanoo ga will be done by July next, and the Memphis and Charles ton road from thispomt to the foot of the Mucle Shoals, a distance of 170 miles, is all under contract, and far advanced or finished, and will all be done in lo to 13 months. The Selma road will enter the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad a few miles bevoud 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, conneoting with the New Orleans and Nashville, and Mobile and Ohio railroads, and by the Nash ville aud Chattanooga road to Na-hville 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, we think, the prospect of a large city. Water, one of the vital necessaries of life, flows out of the mountain at this place in gt eat abundance for all local pur poses, aud to supply any number of steam engines; and of the finest freestone and limestone. This point is healthy, and combines the scenery of Switz erland with the climate of Italy, connecting mountain and valley. The rich lands and minerals, are herein immediate contact, with all these railroads to carry the products of either to market, in any direction. There is already a thriving little village at this place, all built in a few months, and great desitc 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. ji. This place is, in point of railroad connection, simularly situated to Atlanta, Ga., but much more advantageously, in recrard to productiivenessof soil and coal andiron, which surround it, and Atlanta, now six years old, has a popula tion of over (Jntio of the mist thrifty people in this Union. Persons wishing to attend this sale, can reach Stevenson daily by steamboats from East Tenneseee, South Carolina and Georgia by way of Chattanooga, aud 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 dav of sale. J. F." ANDERSON A CO. Feb. 14, 1853 w2t (ltd LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS, B Y A. J. D UN CAN, March loth, 16th, and 17M, 1853. WILL sell at Auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, March 15th, 10th, and 17th, 1853, the I largest and most attractive stock of STAPLE and FANCY, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC t s rr Ct s lv a xva "V uj a That has ever been offered in Nashville. My stock embraces every description of English, French, German, Italian, India and American GOODS, all of the latest importations. Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture and Turkey Red do, French, Scotch and American Ging hams, Ciiambrays and Bareges, Barege de Laines, Pans Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, Urilliantines, Chene Royals, Embroidered Muslins and Tarlctons, French, Scotch and American Lawns, of gtcat variety; white Swiss, Book and Mull Muslins, plain and plaid Jaconets, plaid and cmb'd while Swiss, Bishop Lawns and Victoria do. black Lawns, Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords anil Caslimeietts. A large stock of LINEN GOODS, imported direct from Ireland, comprising yellow, pink, blay and checked Linen Coatings, fancy and bleached Linen Drills, Holland, 4 4, D-S, 12-4 and b'eached Linen Shirtings and Mieeimgs, a-i, i-s ami 4-1 aicKings, Apron uiecKs, and Furniture do., Nankeens, Camlets, Ucnims, blue Drills and Cottonades; book fold brown Linens, Farmers' Drills, and California Cassitneres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest iugs, Marseilles white, bufTand iig'd do., super French black and col'd Cloths, super French black Oassimeres and Doe skin do., fancy French Cassitneres, Tweed aud Union do., French and English Drap d'Etes, and a variety of other Goods for Gentlemen's wear, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, loo and 20o yard Spool Cotton, white and colored, black, white and colored Thread, Sewing Silks, Redding, Tuck, Fine, I Miry and side Combs, Buttons, Ac ALSO. Hats aud Bonnets of every stylo and qualify, Gents double aud single brimmed Palm and Leghorn Hats, Panama Pedal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Russia, Satin and Moleskin Hats; Ladies ami Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and Chrystal Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, F'rcnch Bunches, Sprigs aud Outside Flowers. iif An extensive variety of Bleached and Brown Domes tics and Ostiaburgs of all the different widths. E5T"Thc stock is worthy the attention of the largest buy ers of Goods. Terms liberal. Nashville, Feb. 25th, 1353. . AND. J. DUNCAN. FUTURE SALK3.-1S.-.3. April 12, 13 and 14. I June 14, 15 and 16. May 17, IS and IS). July 12, 13 and 14. JUST RECEIVED. BBLS Old Rectified Whisky; 10 ' Port Wine; 100 20 " Walker's Ale; SO boxes, hlf andqr boxes Star Candles; 20 " Mould Tallow Candles; 20 nests Mat ket Baskets; 20 half bbls Mackerel; 25 bbls Loaf, Powdered and Crushed Sugar; 5 boxes D R LoafStigar; 15 doz Zink Washboards; 20 bbls Ohio Irish Potatoes; 20 " Fresh Clover Seed; 40 bags Fresh Buck Wheat Flour; 80 bbls and hlf bbls Molasses; 15 " Cider Vinegar; 800 " Fine Green and Bl'k Teas, in metalic packs; ' 200 " " " " " in chests; 830 " Kanawha Salt; 50 sacks Fine Salt: 10 bbls New Y'ork Gin; 5 " Apple Brand; 1 butt superior Irish" Whisky; 1 " Scotch do; - ALSO Many other articles in the Grocery line, which will be sold at "the lowest notch for cash, and no mistake. mar3 R. F. BELL, No. 23, opposite Sewanee House, College Street DUCATION. PARENTS desiring a p'oisant and 1 healthy Summer residence for their children, where the will hav e the benefit of put e air, good water and am ple play grounds, will find a delightful retreat at Minerva College; five miles east of Nashville, Tenn. This institution is under the Superintcndencaof MRS. C. JONES, who with her accomplished assistants, will at all times give prompt attention to the mental, moral andf.physi cal culture of those placed under her charge. Address, S. E. JONES, Franklin College. Refeubxces Drs. Bowling, Hall, Wharlon, Winston's, Jones, Messrs. W. T. Berry A Co., Thompson & Co., McNai ry A Furman, Ewin Brothers, Carrey A Martin. march 9 lteoAwdt j 1 STATUTE ILAWS OF TENNESSEE. l.MiW supply 0: JNsctioison k uam hers' Statute of ,iii Tennesse&JwJOSkreceived and for sale br KI.. jW'rf ClIARLdiS W. SMITH, College st T7$kLIS,ES.--Just received an assortment of fine Va liscs, mi ior sale low by s&blfi MYERS & MoGILL. JOHN YORK & CO. ARCHITECT UE AL WORKS. JOHN YORK & CO., No 14, Union Street, has for sale ,THE BUILDER'S GUIDE a practical treatise on Grecian and Roman Architecture, together with speci mens of the Gothic style; also, practical treatises on Geometry, Decimile Fractions, Mensuration, Trigo nometry, and Carpentry and Joinery, embracing all the necessary details, and particularly adapted to the wants ofihe less experienced. By Charles Hills, prac tical Architect. Revised and improved with additions of Villa and School House Architecture. COTTAGES AND COTTAGE LIFE Containing plnns for country houses, adapted to the means and wants of the people of the United States, with directions for building and improving. TnE CARPENTER'S NEW GUIDE Being a complete book of Series for Carpenters and Joiners. PRACTICAL MASONRY Or a theoretical and operative Treatise of building, with rule in Geometry and Stone cutting. marchS. LANDEETH'S GARDEN SEED. "TTTE have just received d rect from D. Lauireth a large supply 01 nts iresu uarueu oeeus consisiinjr m -I , o , . ... Dart of the following, viz : Landreth's Extra Earl v Peas; Silver Skin Onions; Large, White Marrowfat " Earl- York Cabbage; Large " " " Drumhead " Beans of assorted kinds; Beets " " " Wctherstields' red do: Long Salmon Radish; Scarlet short top do; Large red Tomatoes; White Solid Celery; Mountain sweet Water Melon; Ac. Ac, Ac. Gardeners and others A)uld do well to supply them selves early with these Seeds, as they arc all direct from Landrcth's'Establishment, and known to be of last rear's growth. For sale by STRETCH A ORK, Druggist, corner Union and Chcrrv streets, opposite State iFank. feb24 SHIRTS! SHIRTS ! !-Just received a large supply of Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, at various prices, ail warranted to fit, and give satisfaction in every way to the purchaser. feb24 31YERS A McGlLL. SHIRT COLLARS. Just received an assortment of Collars, of various stvles, and of the best quality feb24 MYERS A McGILL, S" -CARE STOCKS. Just received a few elerani Black Satin Scat f Stocks of duTerent stvles and for saltt by MYERS -A McUILL, "Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 5ti, Col lege Street. feb24. "VTEGROES FOR SALE. 2 Women, with one child I 1 each. Two Women without children. Four Bov from 8 to 13 10 vears old. vearsold. One Ghl 14 years old. One Girl Wc wish to buy immediately, seven young Women, four plough bovs und two voung men, for a widow ladv in the country. " DABBS A PORTER, feb't eoAw No. 33 Cedar street. EDWARDS' SAL00N-CEDAE STREET. HAVING purchased the above elegant " Saloon, the undersigned will continue to serve the public with the best Liquors .caawia to be had at the best Importing Houses in thcTSisteru cities. Attached to this house is an excellent Restaurant. The ep tef?. icurecan be furnished with the best the mar $5sEi2 ket affords, at any hour of the day or night. Splendid cooks are employed to attend specially to this de partment, and gentlemen may rest assured that they can nave tne wantsottlie "inner man proviueu lor at me stion- t notice. The patronage heretofore extended to the house respectfully solicited. W. J. GARRETT, Proprietor. tAi-iQ 2w COACH MAKING. rjHE undersigned would icspectfully in JL form their friends and the public that thev have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No. 34, Deadenekst., 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 tei ins. Carriages of every description made to order promptly. Repairing done 011 reasonable terms, aud the public may rely upon getting their work when promised. Work entrusted to us wtli be warranted to be of the best workmanship and materials. 5BLACKSMITIIING. Every description of BLACK SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal tonus. TIIORSE SHOEING. Wc have in our employ pcri enced HORSE SHOERS, and the public may rely ongptt'i' their horses shod in the neatest manner. All worke r f ft or to our care will be under the immediate superictt: d..o. the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to givesi.t isfaction to nil. Wc respectfully solicit from the publi a liberal share of their patronage. feb 2 ly CRAM A SHEPHERD. ANDREW J. DUNCAN, HAS now in store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, and AMERICAN Bji?y Soods, adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which he will continue consisting of to receive additions by every steamer Black and colored Silks; Fancy Dress do; Embr'd and plain Swiss; Muslins and Lawns; Embroideries and Laces; AVhite Goods; Hosiery; Gloves; Cravats; Linen aud Silk Ildkfs; Satin and Silk Vcstings; French Muslins; Painted Lawns; Printed Persians Chene Royals; Black Dress Goods; French Printed Lawns; Bareges; Crapes; Crape Losses; TarlUins; Dress Trimmings; Cloths and Cassimcres, bilk aud batin Ribbons; Cottonades, Nankeens, Kremlins, Chanibiy, Camlets, Fancv Prints. Black Prints. English and French 4-1 Chintz. Bleached and Brown Muslins, Bleached and Brown Drill- I ilifr f VimlinVt: S.ML -mil I.innn Titrinil-3 Snnnl PnttntK: A'r ' A LS O New Style Bonnet, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods, which he is prepared to offer at the lowest prices upon libe ral terms, and icspectfully invites the attention of merchants and the trade generally. v A.J. D. is agent for several large factories, and will soon be largely supplied with their goods. Nasiiville, Feb. 25. 1853. DR. WM. Mc l71NL INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR, R' ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Nashville and vicinitv. that he has returned again after a resi dence of fourteen years in the South; and permanently lo cated himself in South Nashville, at the comer of A ash -ington aud Pearl streets, where he may at all times be found by those who may wish to consult him. lie has iu his possession many certificates from men of eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the most distressing cases of the following diseases, viz: Ner vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dys-H.psias, Chills and Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak J.ungs, its, Dropsies, j Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and other Ilemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer- curial and encreal lamts ot tlie Wood; Diseases ol Chil dren, Worms and various other Dieascs incident to the hu man system. During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more (ban ordinary success. Dr. McLatie hopes from his much experience in the Medi cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended hisellbrts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage of the sick aud idllictcd. Nashville, Feb sJ ly. DR. WM. McLANE. gjT'All Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville. -JEGROES WANTED. We will pay the highest prices in cash for 0 No. 1 Negro Men; 25 Boys from 14 to 18 years old; 80 Girls do do do do do. The above Negroes are wanted to fill an order. Persons bavin-' such Negroes for sale, will do well to rail and sne us before0 selling. Iarch5 GLOVER A BOYD. J. J. COHEN, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant novl3-6m. ROME, GEORGIA. MILLWOOD FEMALE INSTITUTE. Neau SycAMOKB Mills, Davidson Cof.vrr, Te. THE First Term of this Institution will commonce on the first Tuesday in March, 1858, under tlie charge of tlie Rev. DAVID PISE, A. M. Board in the Institute 50 per term of five months. Rates of Tuition in the Primary Department, from 6 to $10 per term. Rates of Tuition in the other classes, from 15 to 18 per term. Languages, Music, Drawing, Ac, Extra. F'or further particulars, see Circulars, which may be ob tained at Berry's Bookstore, Nashville, or on application by lefter to the Principal, the President or Secretary of the Board of Directors, atthe Sycamore Mills. Reference may also be made to the following named gen tlemen: .... Rev. Charles Tomes, Nashville. Rev. A. L. P. Green, DD. " Hon. Francis B. Fogg " Hon. Cave Johnson, Clarksville. Hon.G. A. Henry, " Rev. J. T. Hendrick, " Gen.E Howard " The Faculty of Masonic College, Clarksville. By order of the'Board, J S. WATSON, Pres. W. Scott. Sec'y. Svramore Mills, Feb. 9, 1853 2mtnv w HARPER'S MAGAZINE for sale by mart 4t tor MARCH received aud CHARLES W. SMITH. TrfrYSICIANS'PRESCRIPTIONS-Mn.ETANS, JL lately of the house ofMessrs. Etvin Brothers, has been engaged by us to attend to the Prescription Depart- r.. nfnnr house. Ouc friends may rely ur J their lllVi't - . - 1 'rescriptions being compounded with accuracy LJd neat3 ness and with the purest and most select medicines. Orders, by day or night, will j-e-j o No. 35, Jnion Street. WEET HAVANA ORANGES. Just received, this day, a lot of fine and sweet Havana Oranges at fpVoa R. A J. iliOi. IMISCELLiVNEOUS. O. JIACGEECOn, X. E. ALLOWAT, J. BANKHEAD. MACGEEGOB, ALL0WAY & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles HoteL) New Orleans. iW N- E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn, are at all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship inentstous. seplo . JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA; A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancv CASSIMERE PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville. We have also a beautifal 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 sunerior qualitv. Also Daviss and Jones' SHOULDER SEAJl 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 A ABBOTT. BUCKETS. -200 dozen Pat eved Beaver Buckets for sale by feb25 W. II. GORDON A CO. GLASS WAR E. 100 boxes Jenny Lind quart Flasks; ltM) boxes Fancv pint Flasks; 100 " " V pint do; For sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO. -jVTAILS. "2000 kegs Shoenbergers Nails, all sizes for -L salc y feb-i-i W. H. GORDON A CO. COPPERAS. 200 bbls. Green Steubenville Copper as for sale by fcbS5 W. H. GORDON t CO. STAR CANDLES 100 boxes Work A Co.'s Star Candles in whole, y. aud boxes. For sale bv febi W. II. GORDON A CO. tn -! o5 o u C u tC rt p S 3 X 3 f-3 rs k y w t- t; m uT u. to s c ; k P 01 X- o o e s !- 2 M 1 zi 5B a v. ? o fa Ed 7i H rr w 0 2 -c- is E 2 3 b J . - ? f -p 3 c - a CO f" C3 V. O "o . y 6 b TJ s O D I 2 J S jz ci V. 5 3 5 3 K 2 ' e a v. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. A FALL & CUNNINGHAM, No. 47, College Strect, Nasuvilll, Tenx. A RE now in receipt of their enure stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY f for the Spring Trade, and in calling ihe attention of the merchants of .Middle and East Tennes see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora bly with that ol any House in any eountrv, and when the item of Transportation is considered, it will be fout.d tlmt self-ititerent should prompt all dealers in this section of the country toenqpurugea home niarlet. They also Invite the attention of Blacksmitlis, Carpenters, and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools, Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always keep on haad. Feathers, Ginseng and Beesicax, taken at the highest mar ket pe ices in exchange for goods, or iu payment of debts. Feb. 2(3,185. WM. H. SMITH. ' WM. K. JONES. SMITH & JONES. Agency for the Prosecution of Claims of every description against the United States. No. 22, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tennessee. TnE undersigned have been successfully engaged for sev eral years, in the prosecution of claims ajraiustthc Uni ted States, for Pension, Bounty Land, Back Pay, Half Pay and Commutation, Transportation, and Ettra Pay, and in fact, claims of every description, growing out of military service in auy of the Wars of the United States. In the course of many years experience in the business, they have procured much valuable information, cf material assistance 111 procuring the allowance of claims. They have iu their possession much evidence of Revolutionary, and other ser vice, which will be found of benefit to those having claims. By a recent enactment of Congress, nil widows of Revolu tionary Officers aud soldiers, at any time married, are enti tled to a Pension for life, all widows and minor orphans, of those who died in the service, or of wounds, or disease con tracted while in the service in the various Indian wars since 17VO,as well as the war of 112 and the war with Mexico, are entitled to five years Half Pay and those wholune al ready received it, to llalf'Pay for fiveyeais more. All com munications picpaid, proinptlv attended to. No chanrc mafle, unless we succeed in procuring the allowance of the j claim. SMITH A JONES. feb2C B a tw tf. SPRING MEETING. Walnut Jockey Club Association Races. TMIE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on L .Monday the 18th day ot .May next. FiR3Tj)ar. -Association l'urse $230- Two mile One mile heats. Second Dat Association Purse $150 heat.s Third Dat Association Purse 100 Three mile heats. Fourth Dat Association Purse $200 Three best in live. In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes have been proposed : A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat $75 entrance, $25 forfeit. "Three or more to make a race, le uame and close the 1st day of April. The Association to gjvc $U'0 provided the stake is filled. To be run on the hrstday ot the meeting. A Sweepstake for all ages Two mile heats $100 en trance, $"u forfeit. Three or more to make a race, to name and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, preceding the regular races. The above stake to be run 011 Tuesday the second day. All entries to be made to the Sccretarv under seal. inarch5 td 11 E. R. GLASCOCK, Sec'y. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAE MENT, N". 11, Cedar Street, fire doors from the PulJic Square, TTTHERE may be found a choice and well selected 23 VV stock of Cloths, Casiineres and Vcstings, all of which will be made up to order in the most Fash- If'T ionablc Stvle and at as short notice as can be done in any city in the Union, and at prices to sfi.tthe times. Ready Made Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing (Joods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, ""Garments cut at the shortest notice Please call and examine, mr& THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent. TUST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receivintr (J and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting of Oloti, Cassirneres, I estimjs, d-c, in great variety and of latesfs styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready Made Cloth thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to all of which he invites the attention of his friends and the public gener ally fmrSl T. J. HOUGH. mr5 G. W. KIRREE, Piano Tuner and P. epairer, Nashville, Texn. Refer to: Jas. Diggons, J. B. West, Dealers in Piano3 and Music... H. S. Saront, G. M. Taylor, J. K. Opl, V. Waterman, J. Gomez, Profs. Music. Leave Orders at Mr. West's, Diggons or Morton's Music Stores, Union Street. Orders from the country will be promptly attended to jaii 20 dtwAwly. WANTED, by a Young Lady, who has had consider able experience, a situat ion, as a Music Teacher in some Institution of character. She can refer to individuals with whom she has lately been engaged in Teaching. Ad dress A. N. S., Weslev. Wesley, Haywood county, Tenn., Feb. 21, 1853 lm NOTICE VALUABLE LAND 3?0R SALE. A TRACT of Land, containing 11HJ acres, situated in Williamson county, near the line between William son and Davidson; being 10 miles distant from Nashville, 9 from Franklin, and 2 from the Franklin and Nashville Turn pike; situated on a public road leading to the former place. OnemilewcstoftheOwcn and Winstcad Pike, one and a half miles cast of the Harper Pike, one and three quarter miles east of the Nashvillo and Colt- mbia Railroad, adjoin ing an excellent Church, convenient to Mills, conlenient to several excellent Physicians, and in half a mile of a good School House. The Dwelling on said place is a large brier!:, two and & half stories high, with an ell attacht-dr" a high and healthy situation, with a bold-running spring of excellent water with Smoke-house, Kitchen, Stables, and Cribs, with an Orchard of excellent Fruit Trees, and six acres of Cedar Timber, five miles of the place- mar3 GLOVER & BOYD, Gon'l Agfa 'Pi S3 k MEDICAL. THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY. rS rf.TcWVGjiKaa 1 - DR. C. WILLIAMS' CompouBd Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry ard Weed Naptha. For the cure of Cbughs, Cold., IToarsenesr, Ilnophtfrnvgik t Crovp, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, AUhma- p1 Gin sumptL-n. New Protidexce, Tenn., Dec 28. 1350. Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: We also take pleasure in statiug that in every case in which our Pulmonic Balsam lias been used, it has given the utmost satisfaction. Respectfully yours, PORTER A DYCUS, Druggists. Sycamore Mills, Tenn., Dec. 2$, 1850. Dr. C. Williams Dear Sii: For the last two weeks we have been entirely out of your Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. It gave great satisfaction to all who used it, and wc are of the opinion thai, a cotisideiablo quantity can be sold in this market. You can send us fbur more dozen immediately, and when needed will order a fur ther supply. Yours lespectfullv, ' ALTER, SCOTT A CO. New Albant, Miss., Feb. S. 1851. Dr. C. Wi LUAiis Dear S n Your Pulinouic Balsam is selling rapidly aud gives entire satisfaction. You wdi please forward us another supplv on receipt of th:s, to the eara cf J. M. Patrick, Memphis, Tenn., and oblige vours respect fully. DORSEY A WILLIAMS, Diuggtsta From a highly respect iblc merchant. iiOLLT fcruiXGS, Miss., May 23, 1S52. De. CnAiu.Es Williams DearSu: Although unsolicited, I tiike great pleasme imnfoim.ng ou thiough the agency of your m valuable preparation for coughs ami diseases i.f the lungs, my wife has emu e.y recoveied tier Leahh, and is iior iecllv fieefixMii the hacking cough that so annoyed her. Pl.e The bottle 1 eceived from ou, ..nd one procured fiom the dreg stoie here, piodULtd tl.e charge. 1 have ii. keu pains to lecouimctid it to my friends, and have no otLor beKet than that il is dcUined "to become the meJuiMqf the bmtik. Yours sincerely, S. O. CAREY. For sale Wholesale and Retail.and on Agency by J. M ZIM HUMAN, Wholesale Drugg.M, who is the GeretMl. Agent fttr this ptynlar aud rulunt-w prcparat.oti at tfee city of Nashvillu aud sun oundiug country. It is aUo forh;"by the following Druggists. EWIN BROTHERS, CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, W. W. BERRY, 4 GEORGE W. HENDERSHOTT, T. WELLS 11. G. SCOEL, BEACH. FLEMING A CO., - ' CURR i A MARTIN, NashviHc BINGFOR D A McDKK.VIOTT, Murfioesbojo. " K. G. CLOUSTON, 1 ... F.S. WOLRUXibf. (I,r'Um'T. HAWKINS A TOWLER, CHwljfe. And. by all Dniggsts in every tow h in the Stata of" Ten nessee, and all the houthcru and Western States, nir 1 fm d tw w CHERRY PECTORAL I'or ( I- Cure of COUGHS, COLDS. UO.UISUXIISS, BKOXCMTiS, WIIOOFiAti-COl'U:!. CI10UI', ASTIWA. AM) C0SCilHTI0X. TO GUREACOLD, WITH HEADACHE AND SORE NESS OF THE BODY, take thetutRKV Pkttokal on go ing to bed, and wrap up warm, to su eat during tho ttight. FOR A COLD AND C'Ol UH. take it mornmp, noen and evening, according to directions 011 the bcttlc, and tho ditliculty will soon be lemoved. None will long suffer from this trouble when they find it can be so leadiK cuied. Per sons afllicted with a seated cough, which breaks thni of their rest at night, will find, by Inking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, they may be sute of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing h-.i. Great relief from suffer ing, and an ultimate cure, is afforded to thousands whoaro thus afllicted, by this invaluable remedy. From its agreeable effect in thee oases, many find them selves unwilling to forego its use when the ncesity for it has ceased. From two eminent Physicians in Favbtteville, Tenn., April 16th, 1851. Snu We havo given your Cherry Pectoral an extensive trial in our practice, and lind it to surpass every other reme dy we have forcuring afTections of the lesiumterv organs. DRS. DIhJILR A HAMPTON. TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS this lomedy is invaluable, as by itsactiou on the tlmxit and lungs, w hen taken in small quantities, it removes all hoarseness 111 a few hours, and wonderfully increases the pou eruiui tioAibdiy of the voice. ASTHMA is generallv much relieved, and often wholly cured by Cherry PecloreL But theic ate some ea.-es so ob stinate as to yield eut iy to no inedicitie. Cherry Pectoral will cure them, if the can bocuied. BRONCHITIS, orirritation of the thioat and upper por tion of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral iu small and tiequcnt doses. The uncomfortable oppression is soon relieved. Rev. Duct. Laxsi.ng, of Brooklyn, New Y'ork, states : - "I have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such cases of Asth ma and Bronchits us leads mc to bclisve it can rately tail to cure those di.-eases." F'OR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, t-K' fol lowed by large and frequent do.-es of the Cheriy Pectoral, until it subdues the disease. If taken in siasjii, 11 will not fail to cuie. WHOOPING COCGII may be broken up and soon cured bv the ue of the 1 berry Pectoral. THE "INFLUENZA is speedily removed by this remedy. Numerous instances have been noticed winre whole lamihcs were protected from anv serious consequences, w bile thoir neighbors, without the Cherry Pectotal, ueresufleriug fiom the disease. Doct.J. C. Aver : Salem, Ohio, June '51. I write to inform von of the trulv rcumrkable ellects of your CHERRY PECTORAL in tins place, and in my own family, One ofmv daughters was completely cured in thieo daysofa dreadful Whooping Cough, by taking it. Dr. Means, one of our very best physichuis freely states that ho considers it the best remedy wc have for pulmonary dis eases and that he has cuied more cases ol Croup with it than any other medicine he ever adniinistetcd. Our clergyman of the Baptist Church says that during the run of Influenza hero this season, he hns'scen ciuesfrom your medicine, he could scarcely have believed without see ing. Y'ours respectfully, J.D. SINCLAIR, Deputy Postmaster. Irom the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materia Medico, Boicdvin College. I have found the Chbukv Pectoral, as its ingredient! show, a powerful remedy for colds and coughs, and pulino nary diseases. Brunswick, Me., Fob. 5, 1547. Paekek Cleveland, M.D. DR. VALENTINE MOTT, The widely celebrated Professor (fSurgerg in the Medictd College, JSrw York City, Mtys: "It gives me pleasure to certify the value and clllcacyof 'Ayer s Cherry Pectoral,' which ! consider peculiarly adapt ed to cure diseases of the Throat and Lungs." Cures of severe diseases upon the Lungs have been affect ed by Cheurt Pectoral iu 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 fiom our midst thousands every year. It is indeed a medicine to which the alllicted can look with confidence for relief, and they should not fail to avail them selves ofi. Prepared and sold by JAMES C A l'ER, febl 8m. Druggist and Chemist, Lowell, Mas?. fao W. W. BERRY'. And Druggist and Dealers in Medicine every where. TTiTf WAT.T AND FEMALE. B1 E Y"E FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command that should be cheerfully obeyed by tne children o I 1)r LnrzctfsJUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir. men. prebes as an effectual restorative in case ot Ucbiluy mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of imbue. It is all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's great restoraltvt, and reined v for those in the married state without otlspiiu . It is a certain cure forSeininal Emissions, General Debility, Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous affectims, Lucorrhca or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consump tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lussi tude, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranted please the user in any of the above complaints, and is priceless value to those without offspring. Caution Extra. Find the name of Comsiock ABf th. ersonthe wrapper and never buy it unless you find t.ii names as it has been extensively coucterfitcd of Iate. Avoid thecountcrfeitayo Wholesa.e and Retail Agt's. Corner J'1;" Streets, .Nashville. iulyl2-dtn Aw-li.n. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Trmtii? f, more Houses on Uuion street, onecc-ji. "cupied by vffitVto other by Flowers, arc now offeredTrlauf. EtacU front about 20 feet on Ln.on at & ISSbSS door! in Nashville, onSATURDAl', the , Snd Idoy of April next, at 12 o'clock. ..... . r wis. and 24 months, for notes bearing interest from date, payable in Bank, with twood endorse LIND3LEY CROCKETT.