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TELEGRAPHED FOR THE DAILY UNION.
-"ox.au ur r. THE STEAMER
n JET YoRK' 12- The steamer Atlantic has
Nothing further known of the Russian Ambas-,
saaocsnegotiauons with Turkey. It is expeftQf
tion win come to a pcacelujdrm ma-
No Christians were massacred jBrussa, but a
jeliSious conspiracy had beetiovered against
sssKffinsrag sr's f h-om
t,, "r. . J-SSSAteen banished to Asia.
ton oFwS I2A00?.bale?
The fs&s&fix ntd fair raidcil.ino H- J.
rwsaA-auceu 03. oa.: oorn ou.: iara, prices still :
'active: Beef and Pork
in the British pajarcmcnt the debate on the finan
cial subjectaatfnucd, a motion wa3 made to rcpu-
UiaiJ(finfome Lay. Which wns ripmit.irori fhf
vernment having a majority of 75.
Mrs. Ilarriet Bcecher Stowe is the cuest of the
Duchess of Sutherland; she had dined with the Lord
A meeting had been called at Greenwich to en
Two Roman Catholic Bishops have been empris
oned for debt.
The Empress of France has miscarried, thi3 oc
curred on the 29th, she was two months encienie.
A motion, in the French parliament, declaringthe
receipts from the sales of the Orleans property ille
gally appropriated, fell dead, only one member sup
Some political arrests have been made in Paris.
One reputed delegate from London was committed.
Alexander Humboldt and one thousand citizens
have petitioned the King of Prussia to remove Jew
Freiburg is still in a state of seige 130 of the
insurgents still retained in custody. Radaski has
appointed a coadjutor in Lombardy.
At the Cape of Good Hope on the 8th a procla
mation of peace was daily expected from Lajtjos.
the natives show a disposition to raise cotton.
At Melbourne, Australia, January 25, produce
was high; provisions tailing; labor cheaper.
The peoplo of Van Diamonds' Land are protest
ing against the transportation of criminals to that
Gold has been found near Hobarttown.
Louisville, May 14, P. M. Seven feet three inch
es in the canal, and falling.
Cencin-sati, May 14. Thc river has risen six
PiTTsnonoii , May 14. Six feet eight inches in
II. G. FARItELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
WE DAILY HEAR of the most astonishing cures being
effected bv that great and popular medicine, the genuine II.
G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT, and wecan truly
say, from our omi know ledge, that no medicine ever discov
ered has performed the same wonderful cures that it has,
hot" in man and beast, nd it is equally good for both, which
makes it so truly valuable. It is, therefore, hailed by the
sulfering as the greatest blessing of thc age, and 110 ana
would ever allow himself to be without this sovereign balm,
who had once witnessed its magic pow er over disease, and
its wonderful potency in relieving pain, however sjvere, in
a lew minutes' time. "We earnestly desire you to call upon
the agent, who will furnish you, free of charge, a small book
containing, besides other valuable information, a large list
of certificates from many of the most respectable persons, of
cures effected by this celebrated medicine, which surely
arc enough to convince the inoat scepticle of its transcend
ent virtues. We notice several certificates of rheumatism
cured after the patient had suffered everything but death' for
live to twenty years. Also cases of paralysis, or loss of the
use of limbs, where the flesh had withered, leaving no hing
appa ently but dried skin and bone, presenting so horrid a
spectacle that their FRIENDS LOOKED UPON THEM AP
PALLED, while physicians pronounced them BEYOND
ANY HUMAN EFFORT to relieve. It is the most effica
cious remedy k own "or burns, sprains, wounds, bruises,
chilblains, neura gia, toolh-v.'ie. bites of insects and rep
tiles, sore throat, oui t or weak ey ,a, t umors, sun pain, etc,,
eta; and is used with uuLOunded succ 53$ in most of the ail
inents of horses and cattle, ouci. as swjjuy, farcy, sprains,
bruises, wounds, stiff neck and jomu, lameness, swellings,
galls or chafes, sore eyes, partial blindness, etc If used in
the beginning of fistula, poll-evil, ringbone and spavin, it
will invariably stop their further progiess. Every family
should keep this vafuabl: medicine on hand, ready lor any
Lookout for Counterfeits!
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made its appearance, called W. 11. Farrell s
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy
it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error wheu
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale druggist, No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must bo addressed. Re snre you get it with the
letters II. G. before Farrcll's, thus II. G. FARRELL'S
aud his signature ou the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold by CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the Uuited
Jtf Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED ia every town, village and hamlet in
the United Statcs.in which one is not already established.
Address iL G. Farrell a3 above, accompanied with good re
fencee as to character, respectful I y, kc d&w
AT AUCTION OF NEW SPRING GOODS,
B Y A. J. B IT KG AN,
May mil, 18W, at A VJth, 1803.
mid l'Jtii. a very
PLE and FANCY.F0RE1GN and DOMESTIC
AH of the Latest Importations and Styles.
My stock embraces every description of English, French,
German, Italian, India aud American GOODS, consisting
Fancy aud black Prints, in great variety; Furniture and
Turkey Red do, French, Scotch and American Ginghams
and Ciiainbrays; Chene Royals, Paris Painted Lawns, Or
gandies, Jaconets, Brilliantines, Bareges and Barege de
Laines, Portsmouth and Lodi Lawns, black Lawns, Tarle
tons, colored and white; Embroid'rd Swiss, white Book
Swiss, Nainsook and .Mull Muslins, white Jaconets, plain
and plaid; Corded Swiss, and Satin plaid do; Victoria
Lawns, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords, Cashmeretts and
Croton Cloths; English D'rap d'Etes, Tweeds, fancy Cas
Bimcres, French black and Doeskin do, Union Cassimeres,
aud Berkshire do, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vcstings',
Marseilles white, bull and lis'd do., super French black
Cloths, and fancy do. A large "stock of LINEN GOODS, im
ported direct from Ireland, comprisingyellow, pink and blay
a-4 and 4-t Linen Coatings, and checked do; fancy and
Linen Drills, Hollands, brown and bleached 4 4, 9-s, 1W
and 12-4 Linen Shirtings and Sheetings; Nankeens, Cam
lets, Denims, blue Drills, Cottonades and California Cassi
meres, book fold brown Linens, German Burlaps and Far
mers' Drills, bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings,
ding and Fine, Ivory do: Spectacles. Ac &c.
ALSO. A large stock of Hats and Bonnets of the latest
styles; Gents' Moleskin, Brush, Beaver, Leghorn and Palm
Leaf Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China
reari, Belgrade iet iace, Irossamer mixed and Chrystal
and Edges.; an extensive variety of Plain and Dress Silks
and black Silks; Browii Domestics and Osnaburgs. '
The largest buyers would do well to examine my stock.
All the above mentioned Goodswill be sold freely with
out reserve, and on liberal terms.
Nashville, April 25th. AND. J. DUNCAN.
FUTURE SALES. 1853.
June 14, 15 and 16. July 12, 13 and 14.
ICE ! ICE ! ! I have received a good supply of PURE
LAKE ICE, which lam now ready to furnish at 2 cents
per pound, at wholesale or retail. Those who desire to be
! Kepi zor sate as usuaL Thankful to mv fr?n0j
customers, for their patronage heretofore, I respectfully so-
may? dim ILL. NORVELL.
-pi A.NCING. MR. GOODWIN'S Dancing School
jy is now opeu at ttie Udd Fellows' Hall. His
days of tution are Thursday and Friday, from half
noct u In CIV 1 m I In nln aJ n M. 1 1 ,
Gentlemen's Class from 7 to 9 o'clook, p. in. Mr. Good
win invites parents and guardians to visit his school
MBROIDERED BOSOM SIIIRTS.-We have
just received a supply of Shirts plain and embroider
ed bosoms. All warranted to be made of the best mate
rial, and to fit well in every respect. For sale by
aaaj? MYERS & jlcGILL.
OFFEE. 200 Bags Rio Coffee for sale by
apri!28 W H GORDON & CO
"TTTTNDOW GLASS. 250 boxes 8X10 Window
V V.. Glass, 250 boxes 10X12 Window Glass-ftwala bv
W. H, GORDON vi CO.
"WILL sell at Auction, without reserve, on TUESDAY.
WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY. Mav 17th. ISth.
lanreand well selected stock of STA.
viuitss i.iiuuui"s, tmpurs, ouow urop rowels and Uop
lies, India Twills, Satteens, Carpet Bags, Hosiery, Gloves
Hair Brushes. Threads, Buttons. Tuck Combs. Sid a Uodi
wiiuuuj, Anuiuiai riowers; wrcains, Jrrencu Hunches
Sprigs; Bonnet, Cap, and Plain Ribbons; Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs: worked do: Jaconet and
iuroisiieu win pieasc leave uieir orders at the Old Depot,
(upper end of the Market House,) where a constant sunmV
ION & RUTLAND.
2!b. 44, Union Street, NathtiUe.
Jfle-w School Books.
Dvies' Practical Mathematics, with Drawing
and Mensuration, applied to the Mechauic Arts.
. jrEdract from a letter of Prof . Kath'L Orost.
f Nashville, April 7th, 1853.
I consider Davies' Practical Mathematics a very convenl
ent practical Elementary Text Book, furnishing much use
ful information on a variety of subjects in Natural Philoso-
. phy and the Mechanic Arts. It is a very useful Manual for
the Mechanic and might very properly and profitably be
used afle'r Arithmetic in schools where the course does no
embrace Geometry; Trigonometry aud their applications.
Very respectful!-, your obedient servant,
A Treatifie on the Structure of the English Language;
Or the Analysis and Classification of Sentences and
their component parts.
Mitchell's Geographical Question Book; Com
prising Geographical Definitions, kc.
Swan's Young Ladies' Reader: Confainin? Rules
Observations and Exercises on Articulation, Pauses,
Manual of Elocution and Oratory; Selections in
Prose, Poetry, Narrative and Dialogue. By Walker
For sale by TOON & RUTLAND,
may 13 No. 44, Union Street
ICE CREAM ,Ye will open our Ice Cream Room on
Monday, the 9th instant,
roay9 R. & J. NIXON.
"JVTEDICAL NOTICE. The Twenty-fourth Annual
VL Session of the Medical Society of Tennessee, will be
held in the Medical College in Nashville on the first Wed
nesday, being the 4th day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
R. S. WENDELL, M. D.,
aprilie lm Rutli. TrL Recording Scc'y.
OY'S CLOTHING DEPOT !-The subscribers
havelhc most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 to 16 ever offered for sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them it they do not suit.
F. A. HOYT k BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia. -
April u, mbii ly
PUTMAN AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE for May
received by TOON k RUTLAND,
rn..O Mt IT. ' -1 t
No 44 Union street.
LEANDEK D. STEVK.YS0N.
KOnEBT L. WHITE
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Good's,
Ko. 59, College St. Nashville, Term.
WE have cow in Store, and will continue to receive un
til our assortment is complete, the largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained in New York until the bst of March, which give
us the advantage of new designs in many goods which are
not to be found in any other house in the city. We respect-full-
request otir friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as we will sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20 ly bc STEVENSON & WHITE.
Shelbyville Expositor copy.
T)OY'S HALF HOSE. We have just received a lot
JlJ 01 1
Cot tou half hose for Bo vs.
MYERS & McC
SUGAR. 260 Ilhds Louisiana Sugar various grades'
For sale by april 28 W H GORDON & CO
LIKELY" NEGROES tok ' s'axtssjiratanr
I Cook, Washer and liouer, about 83 years old;
A No 1 " " " " " 25 " "
3 " " Girl, from 13 to 18 years old;
3 " " Boys, " If " 16 " "
Apply to may2 GLOVER k BOYD.
&RAIIAD1 BREAD. Graham Bread for dispep
tics, can be had every other dav at
my4 ' R. k J. NIXON'S.
WANT for manufacturing, 100,000 pounds of wool, for
which the highest price will be paid in cash, deliver
ed at their Mill at Lebanon, or to MORGAN k CO.,
No 47, Public Square, Nashville,
april 1 91 mo. d k w.
JEW -BAVLD'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
Where this Plaster is applied, Pain cannot exist It has
been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain and
Weakness in the stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameucss, Affec
tion of the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys in
flammation by perspiration.
4 q q q
the following commendation is from an agent resid
ing at Trenton, Tennessee.
TnEXTON-, Gibson County, Temi., Nov. 7, 1848.
Messrs. Scovil k Mead Gentlemen: The Hebrew Plus
tor 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 afflictod for some
time with an enlargement of the spleen, which gave her
agreatdcal 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 considerhle 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 immdiatelv, and
now she keeps a supyly of it on hand constantly. "These
facts you are at liberty to use as you think proper they are
suosiauuaiiy irue. nespccuuiiv, yours, c.
JESSE J. WE
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and
Eurchascrs 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 Pedlar is al
lowed to sell it. In future the genuine will have the signa
ture of E. TAYLOR ou the new steel plate engraved label on
the top of each box; to counterfeit which will bc prosecuted
rhilotokcn or Female Friend.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menslruasion, Mis
carriage or Abortion, and the relief of all these Sympa
thetic Nervous Affections attendant on Pregnancy.
In setting forth the merits of this valuable remedy, the
proprietor has becu actuated by the certainty resultingfroin
experience, that vhe most gratifying effects will bc found at
tendant on its use. Hesidcs those complaints which have
been named, the Philotokenjnnv be used with adv-ant-i-rein
Fluor Albus, Prolypsus u..,, .l.-vel, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
and even in Consumption. In some of ttiese, auxiliaries
will be required to perform a cure, and in Others, it cau act
only as an auxiliary, or a palliative to remove the tempora
ry suffering. 1
The Fhilotokcn is not offered as a cure for all the ills
which flesh is heir to, but a3 a remedy and preventive
for a certain class of complaints in which it is warranted to
do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with
experience and skill can.
Remember, that "an ounce of Preventive is worth a
pound of cure?'
N. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, will be careful to
observe my writen signature on the outside label of each hot
tie, to Lounteneit winch is orgerv.
T. C. RISLEY, ProprL
roprietor, Hamburg, S. C.
Price $1, per bottle.
For sale by
SCOVIL k MEAD,
111 Chartrcs street. New Orln.ins.
General Wholesale Agents for 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 dtww
W. U. PEOKIXS. W, B. CAMPBELL. s. I. WALKEK.
PERKINS, CAMPBELL & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NEW ORLEANS.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-W. B. CAMP
BELL, of Tennessee, having purchased the entire in
terest otW. S. Pickett of the house of Pickett, Perkins k
Co., the business will be continued by Wm. M. Perkins
S?Te?- werand Wm.B. Campbell, under the style
, ..i?3', .CamPj?eH & Co., who will use the name of
Pickett, Perkins 5c Co. in liquidation only.
W. S. PICKETT,
WM. M. PERKINS,
SAMUEL P. WALKER.
WM. B. CAMPBELL.
New Oeleami, April 11. 185?. Referring to the above
announcement from which it will be seen lhat the onlv
change is the substitution of W. B. Campbell for Mr
Pickett we respectfully tender to you our services as Generai
Commission Merchants, of this city.
aP"l 30 PERKINS, CAMPBELL, & CO.
E STRAY HUMPHREYS COUNTY. Ta Z
ken up by H. J. Marbcrry, living in Hum- i2T
Vt100 7' y?1 NJ- V a DAK AY
HORSE, with a. blaze face, both hind feet white, nnrfcp,!
with the gear, branded with the letter J, and one cvemf
f Ho4 T 1 6uPPsTedto be Hyears old, aud valued
to $80 by N. F. Lucas and J. H. Alexander, the 19th Anril
1853. msj3-w8t W. WHITE, "Ranger
Layard's Babylon and Nineveh, Second Expedition.
Camp-Fires of the Revolution, by Henry C Watson.
Roads and Railroads, by Gillespie.
Amabel aFamily History, by Eliz. Wormley.
Beatrice, by Catherine Sinclair.
The Heir of Redcliffe.
Yilletfe, by CurrerBdl, -
Days of Brace, by Grace Aguilar-
The Two Merchants, by T S Arthur.
The Chevaliers of France, by H W Herbert
A Reel in a Bottle, by Rev Henrv T Cheers.
The Knights of England, France and Scotland, by Herbert
es 01 ocou and J acicson, by Headly.
The Wide, Wide World, by Eliz. Witherell.
Clara Moreland, by E Bennett
The Bay Hunters, by Captain JIayno Reid.
The Society of Friends, a Domestic Narrative, illustrating
tne peculiar doctrines held by the disciples of George
f ox, by Mrs S R Green, author of "Quakerism," 4c.
AhCDUTES FOR THE STEAMBOAT AND RAIL
ROAD. Selected from the best authors, by an old
HOOD'S CHOICE WORKS, in four volumes.
THE CAPTIVE IN PATAGONIA, or life among the
MAP OF TEXAS. Mitchell's New Map of Texas.
'THE ATTORNEY:" or, The Correspondence of John
MICHAUD'S HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES, in 3 -ol-
NOTES AND EMENDATIONS, to the Text of Shakspeare's
Plays from early Manuscript Corrections in a copy
of the Folio, 1632, in the possession of J Payue Collier,
Esq., F S A.
SUMMER CRUISE in the Meditarranean. By N P Wil
lis. THE OLD MAN'S BRIDE. By T S Arthur.
For sale by F HAGAN.
nayll Market street Nashville Tonn.
PERKINS & CLACK,
WHO L ESA L E GRO CER S,
Commission aud Forwarding Merchants,
T Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
Corner of College and Church streets, Naxltcilie.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana;
50 do Lnguyara; 50 do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American;
100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star;
200 boxes Sterine an Tallow;
COTTON YARNS A lo'. of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su
perioi quality at manufacturuiy nrices:
FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 60 drums Fiirs:
50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans:
FISH 50 barrels and lia'f barrels Mackerel;
o Kits Jlackerel: 12 cases sardines:
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligoj 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St Louis (Harrison's:)
GLASS 800 boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do IJL., I'L, and J l't. Flasks;
75 do Flint Tumb era aud Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
90 Demijous, five and three erallons:
IRON Tennesseo and Pittsburg; assorted sizes.
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
10 cas s Scotch Ale " "
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
do lusky, various brands;
do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum:
2 j o vt me, various Kinus:
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 150 bbls and K bbls reboiled and S. House-
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup:
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St. Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Loverin's;)
SPICES 10 bags All.-pice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks line and cpase;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; '
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, tialreratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, kc, kc.
For sale low for cash by PERKINS k CLACK.
S?"Libcral advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
1Q0,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay .liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
may 3 PERKINS k CLACK.
J. II. CURREY,
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and tbe public generally that he fVSS
keeps a lull assortment ot rurmturc on
hand, consisting of Bureaus, Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, bofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and on very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept coustintly on hand.
Undertaking All orders for Coffins can be filled in
yr. very short notice, at the following prices, as I
keep every description always on hand, together
with good Ilerses, Horses and careful drivers:
Plain raise lid Coffins, from gio to 15 00
Covered Coffins from 20 to 75 00
Servants' Coflius, $1 00 per foot
All orders lell at my store on College street, No. 25, oppo
site the Sewannee House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. ap26 a b g ex J. H. CURREY.
TULLAH0MA TOWN LOTS.
UN WhUNtoDAi, the first day of June
next, I will offer at nublic sale, for the pro
prietors, a number ot beautiful Lots of Land, in tn
town site of Tullahoma, on one and two years credit,
Without intending any disparagement of other places, I
may enumerate some of the advantages of Tullahoma. This
place, when examined, will excite (to the mind that can es
timate properly all the advantages of location) a very lively
Situated on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, onlv
seventy-one miles from Nashville, the great emporium of
our State in a proximity to that important city of but three
or four hours -inviting, by the pleasantness of its locality,
in its mountain elevation, salubrity and delightful scenery,
the residences during summer heats of its citizens opening
up opportunities to small manufacturers, of profitable eu
plovment and active business, at a cost so moderate as io bc
within the reach of ordinary diligence and almost nominal
presenting a fair field for commercial enterprise, having
agreeable and most favorable sites for country residences
and summer retreats, where the rich man can repose in his
wealth and the poor man rest from his toil. Each can pos
sess this coveted enjoyment without drawing on pecuniary
resources, that for any reason satisfactory to either, may be
thought best left iu the purse, thus obtaining a delightful
residence at little cost.
With conveying and diverging railroad connections that
afford the greatest facility ot transportation with accessi
bility almost instantauious to the great mineral region of the
Cumberland Mountain its COAL and IRON a McAdam
ized road through the rich counties of Lincoln and Giles,
connecting their county seals the purest freestone and
mineral waters in aud adjacent to the town site, seven hun
dred and filly feet higher than the Cumberland river at
Nashville, two hundred feet above the elevation of the thriv
ing town of Winche-ter, within an hour or two of the flour
ishing towns of McMinnville and Shelbyville, convenient to
to the prosperous city of Murfreesboro', the summit level be
tween Nashville and the Tennessee river, the only pure free
stone region between those points, the JUNCTION with the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, which will connect the
West and the North with the South and the Gulf of Mexi
co. TULLAHOMA thus favored as a point for the concentra
tion of trade, travel, commerce and manufactures, offering
at the same time a safe and pleasing resort for the invaliS
and a summer retreat to the man of leisure or pleasure, with
its present eminent and advancing prosperity, COMMENDS
ITtsELFto the public patrorage.
Withnomeaus of narrow reflections upon other places
engaged in laudable efforts to build themselves up, but with
sincere kindness and good wishes for all, and rejoicing in a
common prosperity, we invite the great public to come up
and help us. WM. MOORE,
mayS Agent for the Proprietors.
OHON CHON. 10 cases ChonChon, received thi3
day by ap30 Jt & J. NIXON.
HORSE FOR SALE. A splendid Geld- ft
ing 6 years old. A bargain can be had AlS
by calling ou GLOVER &B0YJ), lTT
may2 No. 50, Cherry St
1LOUGHS. 100 No. 1 Peacock Ploughs-for sale bv
- april 25 W. H. GORDON k CO.
CARPET BAGS. We have just received an assort
ment of Carpet Bags, various stvles and prices.
MYERS & McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No 56 College
street. may3 '1
DR. T. L. MADDIN offers his professional services
in the practice of MEDICINE and SURGERY to the
citizens of Nashville and its vicinity.
STOflice Cheuey Street No. 29 between Union and
Church streets. april 12 trwly
EAMAGE & CHURCH.
VTO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, have just opened a lot of
XM the Finest Patent Leather Boots and Shoes, ever of
fered in this city
Gentlemen's Patent Leather Dres3 Boots;
" " " Congress Gaiters;
' Button'd do do;
" Dress Shoes;
c " r t- V Monterey and Oxford Ties:
Super Buckskin do do do do-
" Clo and Ig Congress Gaiters;
7o bbls fat Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted P'cklcs:
JOHN YORK & CO.
A practical treatise on Book-keeping by single and double
entry, designed for the use of Practical Accountants, Schools
and Students; coutiining nine sets of book, for imparting
general knowledge of the snencf, with numerous and va
ried entries, and illustrating Single and Partnership Bu
siness, both prosperous and adverse; also a set oiSteam
boat'L'oohr. practical forms for keeping books, calculated
to ease labor in the various branches of business: Commer
cial calculations, kc, &c Just published.
For sale by JOHN YORK k CO.
FULTON AND EASTMAN'S BOOK-KEEPING.
A Practical system of Book-keeping, by single enterry.
For sale by may3 JOHN YORK k CO.
SCIENCE OF THINGS FAMILIAR.
By Dr. Brewer. The object of this book is to explain
scientifically, and in the most concise and intelligible mar
ner, about 2,000 questions of the common phenomena ot
Life. It contains au amount of useful information never be
fore collected in so convenient a shape.
Forsale by may3 jpiry qrk k CO.
JOHN YORK & CO. are Agents for the following
Renews and Magazines:
Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
DeBow's N. O. Commercial Reviei
.uuuta Jiertuaats Aiaffazine.... s Oft
The South Western Monthly.... 3 00
Graham's Magazine nn
.dey's Ladps Book 3 00
Indeed 'tis true that the World's Fair of eighteen fifty-three
Will be. held in our happy land of liberty;
But true, 'tis true, foo, that cheap goods are forsale,
At the Philadelphia Store, both Wholesale and Retail.
Ladies, if therefore a handsome Dress vou wish to get,
Silk, Berege, Tissue, Lawn or Jaconet; '
One that's suitable forSpring or Summer wear
You buy it cheap at No. 18, on the Square.
Or if your intention is a Rich Shawl to buy
Then please at the Philadelphia Store apply;
For Shawls are sold at prices extremel v low
At the Philadelphia Store of Sohn, Hilhnan k Co. .
If Collars, Chemisettes, Needle-work Sleeves,
Cufls or Fine Embroidered Handkershiefs, '
Yon desire to purchae extraordinary cheap,
Tis the Philadelphia Store such articles always keep.
Or ifyou wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen,
1 hen please examine those at Number Eighteen;
.there s the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro
cade, And every other kind that ever was made.
If a Bonnet of the latest style you want,
Rutland Girn, Gossamer or Rich Blond:
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At the Philadelphia Store, for their stock's entirely new.
Of course there are many things which we cannothere men.
To Which WO WOlllil Snlinit rnnr l-In.l .lloni:nn.
TT....4 ir 1 ii. . " w
Iu factalmost anything in the Dry Goods line,
1 ou'll find there from qualities inferior to the most super-
And daily too we shall receive many extras,
Per our friends Adams k Co's. great Express;
Vi ho, unless, there occur accidental delays;
Brings us the goods from the East iu ten days.
Our motto is OOsitivelv "nnn nri nn1 tin rlntrtntiVr.
So Ladies, please call without further invitation '
Al iHu-rmiuueipnia aiorc, no. is, Public Square,
Where business is always done lair. L. II.
GOODS TO SUIT THE MILLION!!
Unheard5 of Banrains at the Emnira filnthi
No. 5, on. the South side of the Public Square, first door
7CTTILL offer to tha citizens and surrounding country such
; VV great inducement lo purchase at wholesale. Hav
ing established facilities for the importation weekly from our
manufacturing establishment of the largest supplies of ueadt
madb cujthimo orer brought fo this city. Our stock of (roods
are manufactured of superior Cloths, Cassuneres, Lmens,
Nestings, and a large assortment of Shirts, Suspenders and
....vi-i. o i uwuauiujj; uoous. n c ao not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articles or prices. We are determined to
take a leading part in the trade of this city and country as
our experience is such, having a perfect knowledge of the
business, we will not he undersold at Philadelphia or New
1 ork prices We would say to the merchants in the trade.
""" UU1 uiiureiynew anu expressly made up fortius
market. Please ivn ns n null Imf,,. ia...i. j
satisfy yourselves of our motto, "small profits, quick sales
w .iLuuit m oiiun guuus, aim win noi De undersold.
aP"'" SUWELL, ROTHSCHILD k CO.
HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness mv son. A. C. AlATifW Ttl,i! :..
will be conducted in the mnw nf .T n 1,0 a
p.rxms indebted to me, by note or account, will pieasc come
n't vi ! V - d- JLARCH.
lnankfulfor the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited
ja"2 J. D. MARCH k SON.
Hope Cotton Factory.
PITTSBURJIf, PENNSl'L VANIA.
rpHE subscriber being desirous of giving his whole atfen
jL tion to his Iron Works at Newcastle, Pa., wishes to
dispose of the Hope Corrox Factokv.
This establishment enjoys an unrivaled reputation, and
the Hope Yarns always find a market, iu preference to any
others not manufactured at Pittsburgh. The Mill contains
a little over 8u00spindles. The machinery is all in perfect
order, and now in active operation, having all the latest im
provements for making l'arus of the best quality at the
The property is bounded by the Allegheny River and
Pennsylvania Canal, and consists of about live acres of
ground, with the Cotton Factory buildings, machinery and
twenty-five dwelling houses. I will dispose of it entire, or
I will sell the machinery, aud the ground aud buildings
I am prepared to sell on the most faborable terms, requir
ing but little cash, and giving very long time, aud easy
payments, on the balance.
To persons who contemplate engaging in the Cotton busi
ness in the West or South, this oflers an opportunity seldom
to be met with. The same amount of machinery could not
now be supplied by manufacturers in less than twelve
months, whilst tin could be removed and put into operation
at once, with a reputation and line of custom already estab
lished, will thousands to a Cotton Mill, and which it takes
years to acquire.
I would subscibe a largo amount of the purchase money
as stock, in a Company that would conduct the business
here without requiring my personal attention.
The property, from its convenience for procuring materi
als, is admirably situated for the manufacture of Machinery,
Locomotive Engines, kc. To a Company formed for this
purpose, I would give the most liberal terms, and if desired,
would also subscribe a large amount as stock.
For further particulars.inquire of myself, or Mr. Mokrison
Fostek, at my office in Pittsburgh.
may4 dwlm b Pittsburgh, Penn.
ST Florence Gazette, Huntsville Democrat, Columbus,
Ga., Sentinel and South Carolinian, Columbia S, C. willco
py the above to the amount of $5, and send bill to this office
tor payment. Send paper marked.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prest. HENRY L. MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000.
INSURANCE on lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Persons wishing to insure cannot find a more responsible
Refeii to W. B. Shepard k Co., Kirkman k Ellis, Phil
hpsJt Hart, Lindsley k Crocket, Morgan k io., M. S. Pit
ISpBaiuphlcts showing the advantages offered by this
Company will be furnished upon application to the under
signed, who has been appointed agent for the Company
1L S. H. LOOMIS, Agent.
Northeast corner of the Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. R. C. K. Mauti.v, I.m. ,r
Dr. J. P. Fokd, J Medical Examiners.
JSrlnsurance on the lives of NEGROES on the most rea
sonable terms. april 12-y2ra.
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA a Dictionary of Ru
ral Affairs, embracing the most recent discoveries in
Agricultural Chemistry. By C W Johnson, FRS.
THE FRUIT GARDEN-a treatise on layingout and array
ing Orchards and Gardens. By P Barry.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST-with directions
for rhe propagation and Culture of Fruit Trees. By J.
GARDENING FOR LADIES and Companion to theFlow
er Garden. Ey Mrs Loudon.
THE ROSE-Us History, Poetry, Culture, and Classifica
tion. By SB Parsons.
THE AMERICAN ROSE CULTUBIST-a!so full direc
tions for the Treatment of the Dahlia. Forsale by
. pril 23 CHARLES W SMITH.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
X AM just receiving a fine assortment of Fur-
JL niture of the latest and most approved
styles, which will be warranted as recommend
ed, lind Will be sold OS chpan na iha xfianrvact U ;
, ,,t ... iiaauj; en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall kp an assortment ot Gil
bert, ssunennr Pianos nten Win.lAtir 5)J.
rors.&c. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Reniera.
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot.
aP27 I. H. MORTON.
r ' - rr. . "uiura, viucju), mir-
R. W. BROWN,
ATT 0 R NE Y AT LAW
Office, Up Stairs, No. 68, Cherry Street,
WLtL, in connection -with the practice of iJxvr, also act
as Agent for the purchase and sale of Real Estate
Reijting and Leasing Farms, Houses and Lots. 4c, '
mr 'A. v .
II 5 Z IX
SPRING OPENING MILLENARY.
MRS. R LOCKHART most respectfully
annpunces to the Ladie3 of Nashville and
countrv- ihnt hn Kis wu.:j i
Iro New lork,the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. If
?Dy?.ue mshes areal Fashionable Bonnet, please call at No.
14, Cherry street, andjudge for. themselves.
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
terns. Orders from the country promptly attended ta
Thankful to the Ladies for their former very liberal pat
ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors
MRS. E. LOCKHART, '
apn!7-tf No. 14. Cherry street
Selling- oii to Close.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
MEREDITH, having determined to change his
1 present business offers his entire stock of GOODS
at very reduced prices, for cash.
Consisting in part as follows: DRY GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CAltPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, 4c. Persons
wanting goods cannot fail to find it to their advantage to
call as the entire stock will be sold at Wholesale or Retail,
to close, without reserve. april25 W. M.
Capital $2,018,775 652
ISAAC ABBOTT, SEC'r j. K cqujj, pees't
HENRY II. HYDE, Tiwvelixo Agent.
LIFE INSUR ANCE is simply setting aside and investing
a sum yearly, with a certainty of a gufe return with a
cumulations; whereas other investments, with a profitable
and sure return, are not so easily found, and often end in an
It is an association formed by individuals, who unite to
gether, under a contract, to support each other's families in
case of death. In order to accomplish thii it becomes ne
cessary to establish a fund, which is done by a yearly con
tribution, duly apportioned among them according to their
expectations of life, and the amount to be received bv the
family at each one's decease.
Suppose a person at 25 years of age, whose premium on
1,000 would be ?20 00 a year, should put this sum out at
interest-at the end of one year, if he should decease, his
family barely gets $20 00 with interest added, making 21 20
ot!'J .Whereas, from a life policy they would get Sl.o'oo
with his propoi tions of the accumulation.
Further information can be obtained by calling on
n -nr tt . P. P. PECK, Agent.
Do. B. W. Hall, . 6
Dr. R. M. Poirruit. f
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
College street, KashciUe, Tennessee,
HAS just receiveiv a large and splendid assortment of
OAB1NET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
kc, which with his former stock, makes one of the largest
and best assortments ever offered in Nashville. Those
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All work sold by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with a practical knowledge ot the business, gives him advan
tages in selecting such articles as are unexceptionable in
style and workmanship and finish.
2"" Also, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil Cloth,
bolar Lamps, Girandoles, Looking Glasses, Matrasses and
Ccocks, m great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and examine. april2G A. P.
EXPRESS GOODS ARRIVAL, No. 5.
AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORE,
atki?, irtrircic square.
SEA GRASS SKIRTS. Parasolletts, Figured Lace, Win
dow Curtains, Jaconet Edgings and Inserting, Artifi
cial Flowers. Dnmnsfc TnWo DlnM.o i ,-:n pi.1?.!.
- - ...v u-vHioumociucj oKiiis, Mar
seilles Counterpanes, Lawns at 8 cents per yard. Fine Morn
ing Berages, line MorningTissues.Itich Figured Albevines
Under-sleeves, kc SOHN, HILLMAN k CO.
T "nnvEf TRAVEMNC CASES AND WORK
L liOXEb per steamer Statesman. Just received anoth
er supply of Ladies Traveling Cases and Work Boxes, plain
and fancy ones. MYERS k McGILL.
PRINTED MUSLINS, LAWNS, &c.
J i r IIUilE liasjwt received a splendid assortme
of Muslins and Lawns, in great variety, to which pa' i
cular attention is solicited. The mostof these Muslins have
been purchased at extremely low figures, therefore great
bargains may be expected by purchasers. Painted Muslins
all colors, at 8 to 10 and 12 cents per yard.
BEAUTIFUL BERAGES. SILKS, .tr.
Rich Dg'd Paris Berages; India Twills, (hair cord:
" UUally do;
" " Berage Robes;
" Twisted Silks;
Chameleon Silks ;
Checked and Strind Silks.
ATiii.o,,t. if..,.i: "
Swiss do (double width,)
from tig. Linen Cambrics.
GLOVES HOSFKRV x
A CDmplctc assortment of '
White and Colored Cotton Hose;
do and Black Silk do;
Lisle Thread Hose, Embroidered;
Children's Hose in great variety;
Alexander's Kid Gloves;
B. and M. Kid Gloves;
Beautiful Black Lace Gloves;
Lisle and Silk Gloves;
Ladies' Riding Gloves;
aP"l23 JOHN K. HUME.
RIGALETS, FOR CONCERTS, AcJust received, a
new supply, mostly pure white. Also, Sash, Neck and
Bonnet Ribbons. ap23 JOHN K. HUME.
VALLENCIENNES, Laces, Edgings and Inserting
VaL Trimmed Pointed Collars; '
Moniton do do;
Beautiful Painted Undersleeves;
do do Flouncings;
Dimity aud iluslin Bands just received bv
JOHN K. "HUME,
"P"1 23 No. 57 College street.
ANTILLAS. New Style Silk Mantillas)
J-T.L do do Lace do;
do do Lace Points and scarfs; all
newest styles out just opened by JOHN K. HUME
aPri123 JCo. 57-College street'.
T?OR SALE. A verv.desirahlA !iniicinl L-f
VTn m. "-' uoor io Jirs. jas. iv. lm!
Polk. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vini srt n.n- in
iiing back 140 feet The house contains 12 or 14 good
rooms, with necessary outhouses.
GLOVER k BOYD,
march2C No. 50, Cherry street.
Walnut Jockey Club Association "Bacps
rpHE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
X Monday the ICth day of Mav next.
Fiust Dat. Association Purso
$250 Two mile
second Day Association Parse 8150 One
Tuiiid Dat Association Purse 8IOO Tliree mile
Founra Dat Association Purse $200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat 875
entrance, $25 forfeit. Three or more to make a race te
name and close the 1st day et April. The Association to
give $100 provided the stake is filled. To be run on the
first day of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for all ages Two mile heats $100 en
trance, 50 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 on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to be made to the Secretary under seal
- marcho td b E. R. GLASCOCK, Sec'y.
OSPri130. BARRELS ST. LOUIS
J FLOUR. I have just received a hundred barrels
superfine flour, cho ice brand-
P22 SAMUEL SEAY.
OTICE TO TAX PAYERS. The Assessment
Roll having bcea completed and delivered tome, will
remain in my office in the City Hall for the inspection of
Tax Payers, for t en days. All who wish to examine the Roll
will please call within that time, and if no correction is made
by appeal to the Mayor, the same will be considered final
and correct mayo. E. A. RAWORTH.
AI OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
SSTrl0? of B,ack aDd W CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail safes in Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
cploredDRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's FurnishingGoodsof the finest and mc3t,
costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS. CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SfflRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
TnnAn ntioliKpaanil mnfnw.l. f i t . ,
-..wuuu monuou. ueuuemea can qaptnaup
on being supplied at anytime with good Goods and at rea
sonable iiriees. hp railing nf nni. otnu:,m.,
street, near the Post Office.
jaO CLIFTON &.ABBOTT-
"DOYS LASTING GAITERS;
jl-f unis exu-a large do;
" Goat Nulliilers;
" Best French Calf Pump Boots; .
" " " "Stitch'd do:
Iiadies Super. Light Cloth (okin) Gaiters;
rf " (front faee) do;
Misses and Childrens " doj
ALSO. A krge lot of Sole-Leather and other fine, and
cheap Trunks; Just received by
may 12 . RAMAGE & CHURCH.
KACJUtEL BISCUIT. 100 boxes Cracknel Bk-
THE HTFALLTBLE COUGH EE3EEDY.
DR. C. WIIiLIA3IS
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Weed
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Hoopingcovgh,
vronj, uiruiciiui?, typuung of -Dio-.u, jiuima ana con -sumption.
McLLMOREsnrxE, Tenn., March 27, 1853.
Dr. C. Williams Lear t.- WT! are out of your Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Nap tha. Send us some of
it on the reception of this letter. The people here have just
ound out that it is a first-rate medicine. Respectfully,
A R MITCHAM.
Okaloxa, Miss., May 19, 1352.
Da Chas Williams Bear Sir: We have actively en
gaged ourselves in the sale of your Balsam of Wild Cherry
and Wood Naptha since you was here, and your medicine,
on trial, is giving much satistaction. We have but one
bottle on hand, and wish you to send us a few dozen bottles
as soon as possible. Respectfull v,
FONTAINE, HEKRFFORD k CO.
Laweexcebcho, Tenn., Feb. 4, 1S52,
Dn C Williams Bear Sir: Your Balsam of Wild
Cherry is going off like hot cakes. We have onlv one bot
tle on hand please send us three or four dozen as soon a3
convenient Yours, Respectfullv,
GILLESPIE & KYLCE.
Florexce, Ala., Dec. 19, 1849.
Bear Sir: I take the present opportunity of bearing
testimony to the medical qualities of your Puln ionic Medi
cine. The Rev B BjBarker had a cough for about three
or four weeks. It not only was distressing to himself, but
such was the severity of the paroxysms that all around sym
pathized with him. I advised him to try your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cficrry and Wood Naptha. "lie did so, and
took one bottle, and it stopped the cough almost immedi
ately, and has not since returned, nor has he had any symp
toms of it since.
I have used many cough medicines, and have tried and
seeu used, all the balsams and nostrums of the present day.
anu i verity oeneve mat vours is superior to them all.
I remain yours, T J KILPATRICK, Princiii
uie rioreuce Jiaie Acaucuiy
For sale Wholesale and Retailand on Agency by Jl
ZIMERMAN, Wholesale Drarcist. who & the Cer.l
Agent for thisvpidrand valuable preparation at the c'.tl
nujuiiucuuu suiiuuuuiug couu;iy. ii is aiso ior saie i
thetollowing Druggists :
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG,
iv w Tn?rt-i-
H. G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING k CO.,
CURRY k MARTIN. Nashville.
E. G. CLOUSTON, )P .7.
F. S. WOLRIDGE, f F ranUm' T
HAWKINS k TOWLER, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten
nessee, and all the boutheru and Western States,
may 1 lm dtw w
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
BE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
tliat should bo cheerfullv oocved br the children o I
men. Dr. Larzctt's JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elini
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility '
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities ofnafim
It is all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's great restorau t
and remedy for those in the married state without offsoi in
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consn nn.
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lassi
lude, Female Weakness, Debility, kc, It is warranted
please the user in any of the above complaints, and ii
priceless value to those without offspring.
Caution Extra. Find the name of Comstock k i -th.
crsonthe wrapper and never buy it unless you find tie-
names as it has been extensively counterfited oflale.
Avoid the counterfeit as vou would poison.
CA'RT WRIGHT k ARMSTRONG
Wholesa.e and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and Murket
Streets, ushville. iulvlS dtnv k w 12m.
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the use of litres bot
tles of the Magnetic Ointment, had his hair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 vears.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle- He had
the bcuefit of the best medical advice-that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. Jt was one of
tbe most aggravated cases I eversaw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was thoroughly cured, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health, r
' This was an extreme case ot inflammation of the spleen.
tonB "anctpgl.nas a vai iety of treatment from no less than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This was four months ago and tbe lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
IlOUSenoIll Illtlp.4. IlHTatrwilnJ t,. AI r.
Lyes sVa. the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
tilivift na In n Anil n l a .. . J
wuvw imuiiuHi iV ieu mem lrom place to
place. One of them had been afflicted 18 years, the other
about 9years, They had tried the best physicians in the
btate, without benefit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the cnlrhmtwt T r m- ; 4. -
eighteen monthsnd Had expended hundreds of dollars in
.. xucj are now oy useoi tne
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business, I have used the
Ointment m a number of cases of Piles, and in no caee has it
failed of giving immediate relief and generally a permanent
cure. 1 have alsoiip! it Konofi:ii.-1.. ..-f. rr
- -- "vuviiwimj iu otiac cases uirry-
sipelas. And. last but not least, I have within the last year
T- , , vf"1 bnu Dytue use ot ktne Magnetic
Ointment alone! J
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended,. I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Resnectfullr
t . -r BURTON HUBBELL. M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio. "
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
thi3 extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by H. G. SCOVEL
BERRY k DEMOYILLE,
maJ6 CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG.
L H. MORTON.
Dealer in Furniture and Pianos, Window Shade, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, &c,
Union Street, near Cherry, Nashville, Tennessee.
ALL kinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Repaired,
at the shortest notice, and warranted. april? 8m
MOULTRIE' HOUSE, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
TO KENT FROM FIRST APRIL NEXT. This Ar4
beautifully located House, containing 84 largo
airy sleeping rooms, with the requisite drawing rooms, par
lors, kc, bowling alleys, and billiard room new and in per
fect order, with ample and good accommodations for ser
vants; three cisterns capable of containing about seventy
five thousand pllonsofwater, with a large salt water bath
house supplied by a force pump. The house is surrounded
with a piazza of two stories, amply protecting every room
from the sun, and forming a delightful promenade. Its lo
cation is immediately in front of the entrance to the harbor,
thus commanding a fine view of the open sea, and of every
vessel and steamer pasing in and out; the surf which rclhi
up continually to within a few hundred feet of the front
forms one of those peculiarly beautiful attractions of a sea
watering place, and the sea beach affords a fine drive of sev
The House is supplied with nearly all the standing furni
Application can be made to WM. M. MARTIN, Charles
ton, faouth Carolina, who will give all information desired.
The Chronicle & Sentinel, Augusta, Ga Union, Nash
ville, and Southern Patriot, Greenville, S. C, will copy tri
weekly for one month, and send account to. Courier Office,
Charleston, 3. C, at the expiration of that period,
-TAILS. 3000 kegs Shoenberger's Nails for sale by
L april 35 W. H , GORDON k CO.
A XJKELY Negro Woman for sale, 25 years old.
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