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..B, ,fa)mer, be Aaniean Newspaper-Agent,
rtfbxLr ACtuoiuzkuAGaxt lofltns nanerut) uie cities
iif'i ' VirtrTiTiit Tfiilnrtr'titiin. and is dulyejnpdw
tAlri jutvLisfleuLiiriil-mhsrtLtVmsiLtth rates
S-eWred by ui. Ills receijtfs will be regarded aspaymentsri Ulipr Pill? wliercver they ive been introduced, baa ia!
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i&'omcct tie ifOSTOif. fccoUev'a liui.Idinir.l-Jkw xoex.-
A Tribune- Buildings. ; PiiitAMM-Hu.N.W.eorn- Third and
' ' Chestnut streets.
S2TC". I. Carroll, is oor authorized agent for the city
ef Memphis. He can be found at the P. O in tliat city.
,""vSrParviH& Monroe, General Newspaper A gmla)
AJSo. 88, Walnut street, are authorized agents for the Nash..
YVil!e Unionjn Cincinnati.
-i. Particular ,Noticc.---!o charges will be. allowed
Reiaiiut tie "Union and American office" or the firm unless.
iSUsi authorized by sped I order from the firm.
EJUDAr MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1S53.
(. ' :
tpikpEnxTE Excoumtee wmt Bcbclabs. The
"".SweHing of J. W. llaury, Esq., at Wilmington,
j jekgare, (who, with hi3 fainilj, is absent at the
EpringWB3 entered by two burglars on Thursday
nigntdast. Air. WnxMcNairandMr. Jno. Ji.jNones,
ho were sleeping in the second story, were
aroused by an attempt to open the door of tfielr
room and on jumping up they discovered a man
comTnSown from tlie third story with an arm
load oFarticlea. The Delaware Uftzette says:
tMh-McNair having a revolver, fired twice at the
-fciaan descending the third story s'airs, and then
JZ! t.:. .!. .,, .!:, ... .i. . c .
uooMandJoiiowea tue latter to the back or side
dobr,.jnt3tho yard, which the burglars had opened
previously, and where -he obtained egress. Mr.
iNbnes next fired upon the man descendim from
lieithird story, with a small single barreled pistol,
the man by tiiat time readied the small sitting
room in the second story of the back building,
Sftj.where the window by which the rascals had en
.tered remained open off the portico, with which a
jfc'.-grapearbor communicated. The man exclaimed,
sS&IMyiGrod. I am killed I" and stooped forward,
- "Jwfiereupon Mr. Nones rushed upon him and stri-
-JTC fU' .1 1 . . . ,
iltlllg llliu uvtri iud ucau tuuj Mis duply Jllsiui,
- .cioseu-wiin mm. v severe struggle ensued, in
which,"the fellow, being large and athletic, got the
better of Mr. N"., (who is but a boy of some 17 or
lg years of age,) and having gotten him under,
commenced clicking him, when he Mr. N. called
w"to his companion from below slairs for help. Mr.
- j'McNair re-ascended the stairs, saying he had two
- 'dri'three loads yet left for the rascals, and bidding
. .Hones hold on to liim until he would givo them to
-him, ' This seemed to frighten the scamp, who, re
ti leasing Mr. Nones, fled toward and through the
open window, .Mr. MclTair in the meantime giving
' -c'jhimnehot more, the only one the pi3tol would
, Mr. Jones' night clothes were completely' torn
Sto'pieces in the scuffle. The fellow whom Nones
assaulted was a negro, which fact the former de-
termtned by the smell of his person and the feel of
'ifiM.'jftisf.i '.t:i .i .. 1: tt- .1 1
, i his plundecof course. It 13 not known whether they
. had previously carried oft" anything or not, as none
01 if 10 lamuy are 111 uiwu. me icuows escaneu, one
' .i.JjJT.l. .l-lf Tll 1-
i turuugu uiu-aujuiuiu yaru vi Jirs. xen, wuere HIS
footsteps were plainly apparent the next morning.
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-S-iKDWicn Island Ladies. Htdixc. A Sand
.wich Island correspondent of the Albany Evening
Journal speaks 01 the natives as a manly looking
race of men, two or three shades lighter in color than
j&&neg7oj'-say3 boys and girls at the age of ten, in
?siz5'appear as u sixteen, ana auus:
. Thd'Kanaka ladies dress themselves in costlier
.1 '.1 y.?Tr7l'K . .1.. .1 rr,, . ,
cioiiuiigimaa-,uie lauics at, nome. 1 ncnyflrcsses are
- made ofjheTincst silks and satins, after the fashion
, of a woman's" night-gown. They .wear shoes and
Btockings, when lull dressed, but about their or
dinary work they go bareloot. They live in bless-
- ed ignorance ol the latest Pans fashions, and if
' they had them, would not be such consumante
- iboU as to follow their absurd dictates. They have
. none of the squeamishness of civilization about
i-aspot of dirt or dust ou their clothes, for when
dressed in their best, on a Sunday, they may bo
. seenvsittingfiat down in the dust, at the sides of the
"But it is when on horsebaek that they show to
, -the Best advantage to a foreigner. Theyarepassiou
v 'ately fonjLof this cxercisCj and are fearless riders,
"'driving-like Jehu. Imagine a stout, fat woman,
f - dresaedln rich Etlks, with -wreaths of green leaves
hanging about her shoulder, with a man's hat upon
her head, with a wreath of yellow flowers round it,
In lieu of a ribbon, mounted astride a horse. Then
imagine a long train of yellow or red silks, the mid
dle'of which is fastened to the small of her back,
"and flit! ends of which, after passing uudcr her, on
the saddle, are turned backward in such a manner
ithat, when the horse is on the gallop, they flutter
out in the wind, extending back on each side as far
, as the-horse's tail; and you have a tolerably good
i deaof a Kanaka lady taking an airing on horseback.
Saturday afternoon isasort ofholiday with thpm,and
you may then often see twenty of them riding, all
v mcompany through thestreets of the town, always
ShSckiko Tragedy at Oiierun, Ohio. Last
Wednesday evening a most revolting murder was
. committed about three miles east of Obcrlin, Ohio.
.The facts are as follows A man named Fullman,
' it fs'alleged, had slandered a Miss Barber and anoth--i
t?rO"Puno kdj- The brother of Miss Barber and a
Mr. Lovell, the lover of the other slandered girl,
took-the .matter up. On Wednesday, in the morn
ing they'went to Pullman's to talk the matter
over?- He repulsed them with fearful threats, and
t becajno desperately enraged. They left him and
- returned to 'their work. After supper one of the
parties proposed that they take their rifles and go
OTer to Fullmap'g honso and frighten him. Acting
in accordance with the proposal, they took their
gjms (a rifle and a shot-gun) and started. On ar
riving they found Fnlhnan and his wife in a field j
raking hay,. Lovell advanced to him and sai-1: i
- "Welhl've come to have it outl" Fullman seized i
a pitelucrk and made a desperate plunge at him
,j his wife clinging to him, shrieking and endeavor
ing to prevent his striking Lovell. He succeeded
in wounding him in three places with the fork.
"Enraged beyond control at this, Lovell fired Ins
piece, missing F and lodging the contents in his
wife's head, wounding her dangerousfy, perhaps
mortally. IIc then liaiided the empty gun to Bar-
.wber to re-load, look the loaded gun and started for
home, Fullman following him with his pitchfork.
Afterjjglng some distance, Lovell turned round,
exclaiming-, "LV-nmeif I don't shoot you, any
. howl!' . He fired, and Fullman being but two feet
froni him received the whole charge in his tide,
-tiering-him in a horrible .manner, and killing him
-instantly. He leaves a family of three children.
The murderers were immediately arrested.
, . A young lady who married a rich man under pre
sence -of being beautiful, is discovered to have paint
ed, worn .bustles, and otherwise disguised liernatur
alPJmperiections. Her husband means to sue her
for -obtafnrng money under false pretenses.
man died of apoplexy the other day in Michi--.tcati:
The'-' n&t morning the Coroner held an in-
-2 rti : 1.
"Died from a' visitation of one beef-stake, eight cold
potatoes and a fried pie."
A Fleet Expected at SXn I'rancisco. On the
. 1st inst thertTwere 24iJ -vessels, loaded with merchandise-
on the way to Sah -Franclscp. . Of these
150 arc from ports' in the Uiiited'Statcs-and 92 from
Europe and Valparaiso.
Ignorance is a groat substitute' " for paregoric.
Show us a blockhead, and we will show you Cnjan
who can sleep twelve hours out ofa dozen. Bmbre
, .jpu can make men wakeful you must make them in-
I Lft.Sprinfield (Ma?s.) TtepvlbUaui suggests that
ol the UmteU btates contribute their
erect a plain substantial monument to
tlifniemory of Franklin.
A man in iraine applied for two spJlons of rum 1
for "ineclianical pjjrpoges," 'Tor vhat nieclianicnl
purposes?" Inquired the agent, "For raising a barn," i
'tvns tlic reply. ' -
vDobbs is a strong,btlievcr in "guardian angels." I
Tfittvore-not JbMIiern, ho aska, -vvhjiKWOuld keep 1
people from rolling out of bed when tliey arc asleep? I
iUeox ik lncixiA. At a recentanntial con
venTTon of the Grand Loiljre of Free Masong, held
in Kicnmqua. there are m trginia t'JO lodges and
The Virginia. Goiuf'Cr.or. The Richmond Ert-
Vt'rer says the cora5p.robletn is pretty woll solved.
i'tnc eastern portion ot irguua, mens wiu uea
3P3 oaunUCrSroi iCCaiur count , anuiaiwt,
n . M -r n 1 . T .11 -.
r'Vthis year on'iburarid"a half acres of laud, from
r. .... A . . . . , r 1 .
",c MioLs'ol seed sown, lovousucis oi vneau jx.
j 1 -
Bum Vi-jvdvati, itlevelsalf distinctions. An Al-
dennantuVia ,riT- 1.:. i.a would as soon
fralernbith aelnmnev-swecn as a lbreich envoy.
. ..The iarv, j. t0 it-fo almrif rmnossiblc to.
i of tho com.-. ' "
&6 t tBp
Ufiparaltal SHcces. 1e dem4.ftr Dr McLme's
i eased with astonishing rapidity. Their popularity isuu
precedeuied in the snsali of aiedlciua. Ewn Physicians ars ,
using thetain many cases, when they can obtain them.
Patients, huwerer, need not bearthe expense of medical ad
vice, as they can purchase a box of the Liver Pills, with,
which directions will be furnished, which will work a speedy
cure. The following certificate, irom a" gentleman In Ohio,
speaksatrongly of the efficacy of this great remedy :
PlCKEiu, losan Co.. 0. 11th mo. Sd. 1S49.
Mr-wife was afflicted with the Liver CorriDlairit for nearic
nve Tears, ana spool uuuuvuuounnurea floiiarswiloo regn
nhnician. ail to no purpose. Iheard 6fil'Lane' Pnii.nmf
got four boxes. Sbo is now enjoying good health. You may
aug9 LEVTS COw"OILIi.
R. R. It, A Miracle at Dundee, 111. Bead the
following letter from AS IlollUteis, Esq: "A few weeks
since, a man in our village suffered with a severe attack of .
rheumatism, and was in constant pain for two day. R. 11.
K. was recommended and applied, in less than two hours,
he was Tree from pain, and enjoying a pleasant sleep. For
alljins jre find it an instant rpmedy. It cures sick head
ache, neuralgia, dysentery, chills and fever, and all other
complaints put down in the adrertiiament. .Our physicians
sea it, aud endorse its quick and valuable proprieties.
AS HOLL1STEB, Dundee, Cook Co 11L '
N B. RADWAVS Keady Relief cures the lame, stiff,
jointed, rheumatic, and neuralgic sufferers. It instantly
Erery day we receive intelligence of the quick efficacy of
R. It. Relief, in stopping pain and removing its cause. It
cures Rheumatism and .Oiorrhx. It cures Neuralgia and
Chill Fever. It cures Cholera alhys Croup?, and Spasms,
Sick Head-Ache and Tooth-Ache. It neutralizes poisons and
acids, renders malaria harmless, infuses health and life into
the cold and chilly blood. It refreshes and invigorates. It
acts upon the nervous system, rendering the nerve3 strong
and Iron proof against disease. We do not claim that It.
R. Relief will cure all complaints; it is prepared to cure
certain diseases arising from irritating causes, all Rheumat
ic. Neuralgic, Nervous, and Malarious Sisea'ses, all acute
pains. It will instantly stop and quickly remove its cause.
For Diseases arising from BAD BLOOD.
It. II. It. No. 2. Foul and Corrupt Humors, thick
and Bad Blood, Sores of all kinds. Salt Rheum, Scrofula, St
Vitus' Dance, Chronic Diseases, and all diseased deposites.
are quickly removed by the use of Rad way's Renovating
Resolvent It is powerfSjjjjyearcbing, and pleasant, and one
dozen wili produce a wqnderiul effect. It is a certain cure
for all humors. Price $1. RADWAY i CO., 162, Fulton
street, opposite St Paul's. augS 3w.
Important to Planters. The folfowing letter was
written by a gentlemau well known to us, and its contents
are of importance to all having the care of plantations.
New OeLeaxs, Jan 8, 1853.
Mtirt. Jl. A. FaltTusiock d- Co., PUttburg, Ia.
Gkxtleuex In conversation a few davs since with a
friend, speaking of the increasing demand for your justly
ceieuraicu erujiiuge, ne miormea me mat a menu ot liis, a
planter well known in the Attakanas. had told him that
since he had commenced usingyour Vermifuge he had saved
fei erai ueruea every year. Among Uie young negroes on
reduced more than fil'tv ner cent. This ccknowledfrmenL
coming from such a respectable source, is very strong proof
oj iut: euiuacy ui jour iviucuy, noi only m auenaung suuer
ing, but in saving life. I mention the' fact as I heard it, for
j uur cuuuuragcujcui. i crj iraiy yours, txc
Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal druggUts and
country merchants throughout the United States.
From South America. The following letter will
show that Earthquakes and Civil 'Wars are not all the ca
lamities they have to provide against in that quarter of the
woild. Diseases incidental to our own climate, also find
their way .there, as will be seen by the remedy they seek for
Vxi-rAiiAiso, Cuiu, S. A-, July 20, 1S43.
7b Dr.J. 0, Jyer,it-e.
Deab Sia; We hare the pleasure to report on yourship
menf of Cherry Pectoral to our house, the whole quantity
sold, and a pressing demand for more, which must await
the arrival of further supplies. Itt succtM in earing dit
eastt pflhe lungt, and iU consequent notoriety, uie excelled
any medicine eter useil in this countiy. Most o t our reme
dies here at e imported from England, and some of tbem are
rich and valuable; but no product of medical skill from that
or any other quarter has ever won so fully the confidence
of our population as this beautiful preparation of yours.
The article has attracted particular attention among our
mottdistingivelitd citizens, from the fact that Gen. Bulnes,
President of (he Republic, and the highest officer in the state,
was cured of a severe and dangerous affection of the lungs,
by its use. He allows us to send his name, and wishes to
aild the acknowledgments of gratitude for his relief.'
We have the honor to be, sir,
'Your obedient servant,
CakloS Alvarez & Co.
IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORUIShaving permanently located in Nasuttuj,
respectfully tenders his services to the suffering public.
Scrofula, Ulcert, Cancert, Titter and King Worms, treated
ia ascientiGcmauner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective, their ums being attended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has settled in your midst, not forthe purpose of hum
bugging or imposing upon you, but to relieve those who may
be suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece-
mcalmauy ofj-r-rdeservingonduseful citizens.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. M.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, be would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find,) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M, will then give his obligations ta furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to
timeas the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, aiid inorelUf te
iliained from Uie useoj 'the tneJicine, no cliarge vliaterer
will be made for adciee or mcJicinee.
Tho atfention of masters and owners of servants is pat-
ticulaily invited to the above. Those having servants af
flicted with ScrofaU, Gracd, htiflhes3 or toreness of the
limbs and joints, would find it to their advantage to consult
Dr. M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it bo ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. H. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. maylS d&w6ra.
" NASHVILLE LADIES' COLLEGE.
THE act to incorjiorate the Nashville Ladies' College was
passed Febmaiy 18th, 18.12; and confers ample ixw
ers for all literary purposes, and also the right to fill all
vacancies thtt occur m the Board of Trustees.
The course of study adopted is similar to that adopted
in the best Colleges for young gentlemen, but not so exten
sive in the departments of Language and Mathematics.
We hold that the mental training of boys and girls
should be similar, and that they should study the same
branches, making some allowances for the ornamental
branches in one case, aud pressing the solid branches a lit
tle further in the other, having their future vocation in
LATIN bing the foundation of the English, and the key
to the Italian, the Spanish and the French, is taught with
out additional charge, and will, after the present session,
be required of all, unless excused tor special reasons.
The FRENCH is also taught free of charge in the Fresh
roan and Sophomore classes, to far as to read and under
stand the language; but those who pursue the study in the
J uuior and Sen'or clas.es with a view to perfect the accent,
and to acquire facility in conversation, will pay in those
classes the usual extra hUL
The MUSICAL DEPARTMENT is conducted by gen.
tlcmen of experience and established reputation.
DRAWING AND PAINTING are taught by a lady of
ho first ability, and jrho has been eminently successful in
The COLLEGE YEAR opens on the 1st of September,
and cloteson the last Thursday of June. At which time the
President and Trustees confer degrees on such as have
passed a satisfactory examination, and have not incurred
the censure of the Institution.
JJrms pa- Session of five Months.
Board, Ac, in private families 575
Tuition in Preparatory classes 10,15, 20
Tuition in College classes...
Mnsic, Piano and Guitar, extra, each , 30
Drawing and Palming 15
Graduation and Diploma I
Contingent fee. 1
gT Bills due when the pupils enter. None admitted
for less than five months, and no deduction for 'oss of time,
except incases of pi otmcled sickness.
Rev. R. A. Lnpslev, D. D. Rev. Jas. "W. Hoyle, A. M.
Mrs. M A K Morgan, Rev. J B Lindsley, M D.
Miss J E Miller. Mrs M A Knor,
Mrs F.innv Ktl'nr Mi?w Julia Norton.
With .Messrs. Jas. Diggons aiid Charles Hess, Professors of
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Rev. R. A. LA1SLE , D. D. President, ex tfcio.
R J Meig3, Esq- Alexander Allison,
V.'iiliam Nichul, W B Shapard,
Rev O B Hav.
S D Murrran,
Hr R C Foster, 4th,
July 29, ISM lm.
John M Lea, Esq.,
James i oods,
Eugene Underwood, Esq.,
John A McEwcn, Esq.,
W. B. SHAPARD, Treasurer.
JOHN A. McEWEN, Secretary!
HOME IH5URANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASII CAPITAL (J500,OO0.
S. L. Looms, President. Ciias J . Maetk, Secretary.
JAMES WALKER having beenappointed agent of the
above Company is now prepared to lnakeFire and In
land Marine Insurance, upon the most favorable .terms, on
all descriptions of Buildings, Merchandise,"Personal:proper
ty, ic, 4c Agency at the office of the Nashville Insurance
bj4 Trust Co. No. 60 College street, augio -lm.
tWWe are.atttieriaed to acaeance jDas Teres as q on
d-iaat4 oriUjor at U16 ensain election; . . j.--'-jt -v.'
tSTWs are authorised to announce M.- Foatf as a" ef&i,
J : .1 . 1 it . . . - . t . : 1 . . -
uiiuucw jHoruf at uB' ensuing tfivouuur
We nre authorized to JHTtOBuee"VTII; Hobs iaeai-i
didate for Mayor. JLV5-'
FOR SHERIFF. -:
J5?W"e are authorized to announce Iu"W. Fcssei, as. a
candidate for re-election to the office of herUT.of Davidson
county, at the next March election. - "
tSjTWe are authorized to announce John KsEdmoxbsOX,
VcandldaW for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.-
EST We are authorized to announce Eitocit CtritsisaKAir,
as a candidate for Sheriff at theensuing election.
ISfWe are authorized to announce 'VTaLiiJi' Lctos, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county,:at .-the ensuing
election. - ,
KrWe are authorbed to announce IJ. B. Biottr as'a
candidate for sheriff,, attheensuingelection. . ..
CLERK pF THE COUKTT COCRT.'
?3T"We are authorized to announce Jcfiun Feres as a
candidate for County Court .Clerk at the ensuing election.
fST" We are authorized tonnnounce Fkux R. Chwihau
a candidate for re-election forCountr Court Clerkat the en
237We are authorized to announce Isaajs SI. Jones acan-
didata for County Com t Clerk, at the next March election.
ron coustv trustee.
EST We are authorized to announce Tucous Somxer as a
candidate forTrustee of Davidson Count v.
r3T" We are authorized to announce Geouge Clark oa
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the -March election".
II. G. FARRELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
IL G. FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABIAN LINIMENT
is a most extraordinary mediciue, the truth of which is
placed beyond doubt by the vast sales of ibti article and tht
many cures being daily performed bf itL which previously
had resisted all other medicines and the skill ot the best
physiciaus in the world. It is composed of buisams, extracts
and gums peculiar to Arabia possessing, in a concentrated
form, all their stimulating, anodyne, penetrating, unctuous
ana revulsive properties, aim tue sauie waicu, ages ago,
were used by tne "1011301 ttie uesert, wiw sucu miracu
lous success, in curing the diseases of both man and beast,
Head Vie following cure, ichicltshoulJ.of itself place
1L G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT
far leyond any similar remedy.
Mr. H. G. Fabucll Dear Sin Actuated by a sense of
gratefulness, x submit me louowmg as an instance ot tne
utility of jour great medicine. My child, three years old,
was suddenly attacked with a terrible disease, which in less
than six hours prostrated it to total helplessness.. The
limbs became so rigid that not a joint could be bent; the
flesh turned black and cold and entirely deprived of feeling;
the eves fixed, partially closed and altogether blind, follow-
ingtbis was deafness to all sounds; the spine became con-
iraciea ana so curvea uuu wuen ijing on lis oac& me neju
aud heels only touched. Indeed, the child presented every
appearance of being dead. Immediately on the attack, the
family physician wss called in, and for tlireo weeks he la.
bored to restore it, to feeling, but all in vain, although it
was blistered a dozen times and various rubefacient Lini
ments applied. A consultation of physiciaus was then held,
but to no purpose, the case was thcu brought before the Med
ical Society, but nothing could be suggested which ha i not
already been done, and the doctor then told ma he could do
nothing more. We then commenced applying your Lini
ment treclyover tne entire lengui ottue spine, and youinay
imagiue a parent's joy, when, alter a few applications, re
turning animation was apparent, and it rapidly recovered
with the exception of the sight, which did not become per
fect fur near a mouth. The child is now healthy and robust
as con be. Five other cases of the same kind occurred pre
viously in my neigubomood, all ot wmcti died, wnen tliero
is no doubt if your Liniment had been used they would
have, recovered. u- ULfcLA.MJ.
Peoria, March 1st, 1851.
Look out for CountcrfeiUt
The nublic are cautioned acainst another counterfeit.
which has lately madeils appearance, called AY. B. Farrell's
Arabian Liniment, the most dancerous of all the counter
feits, because his havine the name uf Farrell, monv will buy
it in good faith, without the knovledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
me spurious mixture tias wroucnuts evil enects.
The cenuine article is manufactured onl v b v H. G. Farrell.
soiemventor ana proprietor, ana wholesale druggist, Ito.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters H. G. before Farrell's, thus II. G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold by CARTWR1GHT A ARMSTRONG.
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
13?" Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTE2 ia sverr town, villasre and hamletin
the United States, in which one is not already established.
Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good le
ferei.ee as to character; responsibility, Ac.
NASHVILLE KALE SEMINARY.
No. 1 0, Spat'cu Stkekt.
TIIK next session of this Classical, Mathamatical and
English Institution will commence on Thursday the
1st of September, 1858.
The Philosophical and Chemicil apparatus has been in
creased, and a considerable addition is now making to the
building, which will be finished in due time, and will add
much tothe convenience of the Institution.
Thankful for the past confidence of the public, the un
dersigned will endeavor to merit a continuance of it by an
assidious devotion to the moral and intellectual improve
ment of the pupils committed to their care
lSoardiog pupils will bereceived into the family of the
Principal. NATH'L. CROSS.
1. II.Y Visual UHUSS.
jy31 J. DOUGLASS CROSS.
NASHVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. The
Trustees of the Institute hereby give notice that the
next Session will commence on Monday, Aug tJSth, in the
Session Rooms of the First Baptist Church, under the di
Rev. JOSEPH R. MANTOX, Teacher.
Mrs. ANN KM AS TUN, Assistant.
Rev Samuel Baker, D D, President,
Jos Is Knowles, taq.,
Dr J WKing.
Dr C K Winston,
Dr J D Winston,
aug7 tf w.
NOTICE. All persons having claims against the es
tate of John Davis, dee'd., are notified to present them
properly authenticated, for payment within the time pre
scribed by law, or they will be barred, and all jiersons in
debted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
ED. D HICKS, Lrecutors
Nashville, August 11th, 18.VS-.wlm dlw b
FAMILY CAR K I ACE FOR SALE. An ex
cellent Familv Carrinrre. (second hand.) for sale with
cood double liarness, can be had a bargain for caslu
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IJ. ilUCUUU UUU VU1I1. .111-1 U11UUI.
augll tf No ltf. College street.
CIKOCKER'S SCIIOOL-At White's Creek Springs
The next Session will commeLce on Monday, tho
22th inst. augll tw Ad lm
THE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
HAVE removed their olhce to the est side ofthe t'ub
lic Square near the Planters' Bank, over the office of
D. Pearl & Co. bo augui zm.
BANKING HOUSE OF W.
B- SHAPARD & CO.
- - H pre.
Gold, - - -
Silver Change, -BANK
South Carolina and Georgia,
Alabama State Bank,
Ohio, Indiana, Ac. -anj9
dlw. W. B.
S (S b
- X "
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
WA. A J. G. McCLELLAND having on hand an un
. usually large and rich stock ot Goods, will offer
nrcat inducements to cash or ounctual buvers. Strantrers
visiting the city, will save money by looking at our stock
before masing meir purciiases eisewnere.
junc2S No 20, Public Square.
CATOOSA SPRINGS, GEORGIA.
Ticenty-five miles from Chattanooga and two miles fronilht
STATE BAIL ROAD.
A GRAND FANCY BALL will be given
at CATOOSA on the 12th of August.
Fifty persons in costume are expected
fi om Nashville. nug5 tf.
AVEBIJS & RAWLIN'GS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, one door Korth of Union, Jlttnphis, Tennessei.
HAVE on hand a full supply of Groceries, Bagging,
Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork. Lord, Candles, Flour, Ac.,
wnich they will furnish to their customers on the usual
All Cottons Shipped to them bv wafer will be covered by
an open Policy unless written across the face of the Bill of
Lading, at the time of shipping, no Insurance.
gf We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBB, KAWLINGS Jc CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
So. 53 Carondelet ktreet, Hew Orleans.
Any of our friends' vvho wish facilities on Cotton to be ship
ped to ournouse iu uiieu uu us ub jiempius,
or address us at N. Orleans. july2!l 6m.
Eaele & Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville:
JYt 'A. )Y Big, .JlKJkSUU, WJ'J uivu.iiK, tu. KUU 1U Ulll.'
DOG XOST S20 REWARD.-
" r. Pnfir TW SPORT: sa d dor 7?W
K Ai IT .a, wuw ......... p., . n .J
in whII known about the city, and by many s!os.
in the country is good size, liver color, fcur white feet,
danwhiiA hrvast' and white-about the nose. The above re
ward will be paid to any person returning the dog to myself
or to uapt. U W uaumer, ai uie viy tjo.cu
No. 96, Cherry street.
THE HAZARD POW
f Saaardvllle, Conaectfcat.
a. p.. hasasd, pans'r. A. e. BotjGns,',sc'r.
GO.VTINTJEJo furnish. Rim Powder of all their we&
known brands, SZntuchy Jlijlt, Amnviqn, .porting
jiuuifi jujic m uu quarter Kegaena cannisiers
of 'one pound eacfu Also, a full-assartment'of Powdorfor
: BLASTING AN 3I.VIN(?
'purposes. The reputation of their ffua Powder is. too well
known to require conntient All orders promptly filled at
-mX-Ppwder Depol, North east corner pf ths Square,
S. IUtQOMIS, AgrforthdlLPCa, .
aog2 tf - , " Kashrille, Tenn.
ISAAC ABBOTT, SEC r . . .
. J. tt. COLLLV3, POES'T.
. HENRY H. HYDE, Tiuvelixo Aoent.
P. P. PECK, Agent.
Dtt. R. M. I'OUTKE, J
unci 5 tf.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and -Western Fund
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the raost.favor-
nble terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by - LINDSLEY & CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. Julyl ly.
17ULL BOSOMED SHIRTS. We have just re-
JL ceived another supply otuiese mucu admired shirts.
Also a lot of French embroidered Shirts. For sale bv
july26 MYERS 4 McGILL.
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS. We have yet on
hand a few elegant Sole Leather Trunks, which we
will sell low to make room tor our f alt stock.
july26 MYERS & McGILL.
r AUZE, MARINO AND SILK AND LISLE
VJT Thread Underwear at reduced prices.
july2S MYERS A McGILL.
II2SSELS NEEDLES. The best article in use.
JL For sale by MYERS & McGILL.
Gents' Furnishing Store, 56 College street, near the Square.
quality. Forsale by
a lot of Bay Rum, best
Admiration Excited and Popularity
rpHE elegance and beauty of the Spring Fashion of HATS
OfFRANCISCO&WHITMAN.liM excl'ed tho llTliest evi
dence ofannrobatlon from thox -whose taAta.exDerienca and
Judgment, enables them to appreciate Hs niflrits.
ii juu are aa aumireroi a
call and examine It.
FRN CISCO i WHITMAN are ntilIatSo.23. Public Sonare.
nxt door to tha old stand of Jl'Nairv & Hamtltun. whera
they are always ready to lerve all, big and little, old and
young, who are in quest of something to ornament the head.
FrlANUlHl-U fi: WtllTMAK,
m. 7. Ifo. 23. Public Square.
ouk voti latj: u wii itouKV aiouw
ivb are now raatinfra superior ar
ttcle of the Rocky Mountain Filter
Beaver. We ventilate theai to keep
the Head cool and prevent the Hair
from falling oCIn hoi weather. To
those who wish an elegant Beaver,
pleae call and leave yoar orden at
the INt Emporium of
FRAHCl-CO & WHITMAN,
may7 No, S3. Public Square.
We Iiiivi- now Item))-for Kiliibition.
A co.ui-j.kik asuortmeni or unu
en's. In rant's, and Little Mlssej Straw,
Hair, and Braid Hats; Children' Spor
ting and China Pearl do; Misses Zerll
naj, Picadillnei andBlonde FlaUSilk
rj ibli.ff fancy for the Juveniles, at the
Fancy Hat Store of
FRANCISCO & WHITMAN,
may7 No. a. Public Square.
St run- llutx.
PANAMA, Leghorn, I'.lact Leghorn, Campea
chy. Canton, Union, Florida, Straw, Boj's Pedal
Hratd.finil dverv vartetv or Straw ITatf for the
Summerwear, at FRANCISCO & WHITMAN'S,
may .u. j rumii pimbiq
HAT A7JT1 CAP STORE.
riHAXKFUL to our friends and the public in tren-
L eral. forthe natronao-e thus far extenaea to us.
vcR nxmprlfnllv finltrit a rnntimration of the same, and
invite their attention to tho elegant Spring style of SILK
HATS, of our own mauufacture, which, in quality and beau
ty cannot be suiyassed bv any in this city. "Purchasers will
do well to examine their Hats' before buying elsewhere.
i.AniJ&, tLltlAClvfi uu.,
Hat and Cap Manufacturers!, Market street, Jt'ashville
T UST received a larce supply of hich and low crown
fj Men's and Boy's Fur Hats, Cassimere do., Pcasido,
Metrotolitan da. which we are enabled to sell either whole
sale or retail, ou most favorable terms.
apn!2 LAMJK, KLSIIAUh. A CU.
TUST received a well assorted stock of STRAW GOODS,
comtirisinsr a hirse varietv of Panama. Leghorn. Pedale
and Palm Leaf, Ac, for Men and Boys, which will be dis
posed of at an extremely low rate.
npnl 2 iia.ul, r.ijiiAUiv & t;u.
YTTE have now on hand a very line and extensive Stock
VY of Ready made SPRING A.VU SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cat and made up in the latest and most approved
style, among which can be found. Coats, Pants and Yests, of
every description. All of which we can sell at satisfactory
?5fCountrv Merchants will find it to their interest to
call on us, as we are determined to sell at small profits.
p2 No. 43, Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
NOTICE.---Thb Stockholders of the NashvllIe and
Northwestern Railroad Company are requested to meet
at Nashville on the 1st Monday in Sept., I8-"S, for the pur
pose of electing Board of Directors a sufficiency of stock
,iavinj been obtained to organize .
DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR BALE.
' WISH to dispose of mv Farm on Mill Creek, -l fa&J
miles from Nashville, about 40 reds from the Mur-W?
frcosboro' Turnpike, adjoining the lands of Birdwell
Ualdwell, Minerva ana r ranKiin onege.-, coniainmg awn.
B0 acres ahnnt 10 acres in wood, and tho balance under cul
tivation with as good orchards osthercare in the State, con
sisting of peaches, apples, pears, grapes, plumbs, in a peat
variety; two neverfailing springs, aud several chalybeate
springs, t ne improvements ore very iair consisting oi a
good frama house, with porch 20 feet front; one good brick
house, smokehouse, kitchen, stables, cribs, Ac. The orch
ard, bv close attention, would yield from ?300 to 500 year
ly, as the fruit is of the choicest kind. My only reason for
WlSUlUgr, IU UlSpUSC Ol I. 13 lUJf lUtCUllU" w ujj mvw
tion and business. I will dispose of my stock and furniture
to any person wishing to purchase the said tfarm. Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For furtherparticu
lara enquire of r L. MOSES,
augi iio. ia voueguau
South Side Public Square.
THIS well known and public place of resort is now set
tine extra fine LUNCHES every day at 10 o'clock, and
Mpast nine ai nigui, wen lunitaucu iiiiun waiu
aches, and fine refreshments, say Milk, Punch Eggnoggs,
Julips, Cobblers, Punches, Ac This establishment will be
H ept open, from and after Tuesday night, 2d day of August,
for the accommodation of those running late at night with
something fine to eat and drink at all hours ofthe day or
night. " H. L. DAV IS,
TBQMAS 1I0DCS. WAUtcu.
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Dr jssers, &c, - te.,
So. 13, Cedar street.
HATE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a calf will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dress-inir.
Ac. we have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Pi ni i : .1. i i
Jlatn-ltooms. luese are xne uiica. m uie injj uuu aa iu
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun-"
try. 'While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied and
cotte body. ang3 tf
COTTON YARNS--A supply of No.'s 50L'.00,7Ot),
800 "Sycamore Cotton Tarns, conshuitly keptbv
apii J CHEATHAM. WATSON .1 CO-
l.nd Warrant. Na 42--D, Jor 40 acres, issaed
XJ to Al
Alfpn Tliomnson. on the 23d April. 1S51. under act
of 2Sth September, 1850, and assigned to W. B. Shapard 4
Co. in blank has,been.lot andji duplicate warrant will be
applied for. forthe benefit of Said W. B.-SliapardACa.
july27-ww . .'.JOSlAg FARRI3, Agent.
DR. ,ROBERTMi?PORTER has removed his
re.-idenee and office to No. 33, Cedar street, nearly op
positi the Catholic Church. julyi30 lm.
' " t' ," .
DRY &OOBS5;:&c., &c,
Tuesday aai-'Waanesday, August 10 and 17, iaS3,
Ttchsipvl tflfTlXeck of Summer Gxxli.iciUieft. rcun:
IWn,Lsell on TUESDAY', and AVEKtESDA Vr Aurast
16th and 17tb. 1 833, a verrlareo stock of STAPLE mid
FANCY DRY GOODS, rece Tetf!rli rt;
I iuvite the attention of tlia trade and merchants general
ly tothia'sale.aslheStbck'isne'ir and embraces the richest
styles of LADDiS DRESS GOODS, and GENTLEMEN'S
EAR, all of Yery superior quality, direet from' the Faclo-
nwin uiuniieactaies, ana ereat variety ot J-rencn, lirit- i , TV " "icui?ca.-eiuiiueuiaieir
ish, Italian, and German importations, upon consirmment 8Uf.w- The opcratiuncf tlieSyrup-U tbreefotd. Ithn
, and ordered to be closed. I medtel-reaches the scat Of the duease and arresU its
Tho stock to be sold ernhnroo n
gian and EngUsh Cloths and Cassimers, black and colored
fc.atms,blacK hilks cf all widths; Fancy Dress Silks, French
c.lv ir JIy,nS!era? de Laines. Cut Berage.
fw.JtS1 Po1sm. TarietcrSwissMuslul
Mmsookdo.Book do, Jaconet Cambrics, white add culored
Cambrics. India Inarms. India Tn-nu s.; t-..: j
Edging, Jaconet dor wide S.lfc and Thread I-aces and Eie
ings. Bonnet Ribbons, SaUn and Silk Mantua Ribbons of all
widths, Gloves and Hosiery. S'dfc and Thread; green and
blue Berage, Linen Ildkfs, Fans, Black and Fancy Silk Cra
vats, Manias do. Bleached Muslins and Drillings, Bmwn
Muslins and Drillings, Cottonades, Burlaps and Iirown Liu.
ens, Fancy Prints, Black, Canary, Green, Ruby and Furni
ture Prints, Damask and Turker Red P Hilts. Olid a tonr
large stock of Trimmings. A large Stock: of Linens and
Tjiion TliPa Nrwia
Linen Dress Goods.
WITH 100 OASES of BOOTS and SHOES. II ATS .!
Bonnets of all qualities, consisting of Gimp, Straw aud
Leghorn, of new styles.
The stock is very large, well assorted,- and will be sold,
ST lEIlitS LIBERAL.
AND. J. DUNCAN.
Sept. 13th, 14th and lSth Oct. 11th, 12th and 181h.
Nor. 15th, 16th and ITth. V Uec 18tb, 11th and loth.
ful.vSO " A. J. D,
FOR SALE AT PUBHO AUCT0N-
N SATURDAY, the 2h dav of August. 1853. at the
Court-house door in thi citv of Nashville. I will sell at
public auction the following IMPROVED AND UA'IM-
i-KUVJiJJ LOIS in the city ot Nashville.
1st. The bouse and lot fronting 20 feet on Front street,
(one door from the Public Square.) aud running back to
low water mark, the old residence of the late S V D Stout, at
present occupied by Mrs Todd as a boarding house.
2d. The three story brick house adjoining the above lot
and fronting 20 feet 1 inch, and runniug back to low water
3d. The house and lot on the-wefcisideof Water street near
the corner of Bridge street iron ting 22 feet 3 inches aud run
ning bock 75 feet.
4th. The lot oa Spruce street fronting feet and running
5tb. The lot on Crawford street fronting 50 feet and run
ning back 200 feet.
6lh- The lot on Charlotte pike on Cedar street extended,
fronting 47 feet and running back 245 feet t inches, this lot
is near the State Quarry and is a beautiful lot to improve
Tekhs: Credit of 1 and 2 years note with approved en-
dorsers, payable in Bank with a lien retained until the pur
chase money is payed. IRA A. STOUT,
Attorney in lacllurtnc widow aim heirs
of S V D Stout.
N. B Anyone wfcbing to buy before the day of sale can
do so by calling on the undersigned.
aug3 td b w I A. STOUT.
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES AT ATJCTI0H BY H. S.
ON THURSDAY the lsth Aug, at 9 o'clock A M, I will
offer a iarge aud n ell selected stock of Groceries at Auc
tion, in front of my Store on Market street. Comprising in
part the followingarticles, viir
200 hhds Sugar, fair to prime; 50 Melee Cigars, var's b'n;
200 sacks Coffee; 50 boxes Soap;
150 bbls re-boded Molasses; 50 " Star Candles;
200 " Flour
50 " Tallow do:
23 casks carb. Soda;
10 boxes Loaf Sugar;
10 bbls Battleground. Sugar;
5 " powdered do;
100 " rectified Whisky; ,
25 sacks Laguyra Coffee;
50 boxes pint I lasks;
60 " quart Bottles:
20 casks French Brandy;
20 " American do;
10 " fort Wine;
20 bbls Old Hourbon W hisky;l(J
20 " Old Monongehala do; 10
10 " Rum: 10 boxes Claret Wine:
10 casks of Gin; 10 sacks Allspice;
30 bbls Vinegar;
50 bbls Smith's Old Reserve Whisky;
25 sacks Old Government Java Codec;
25 boxes Tobacco, various brands.
Tosether with Tea, Cordials. Indigo. JIadderand all arti
cles m the grocery line. Terms will be made known rm the
day of the sale. aug". H. S FRENCH.
AUCTION SALE of GROCERIES by DAVIS dWANN"
WE will sell in front of our Auction Room, on TUES
DAY. August 16tb, 1S53, for cash
113 hhds prime N O Sugar; 23 do Summer Candles;
18 terces Clarified Sugar;
VU ao oiar ao;
25 do Sperm de;
50 bWs Cincin Whisky;
do Rcb'sn county do;
4 casks Port Wine;
4 boxes Claret do;
8 baskets Champagne do;
10 boxes Lemon Syrup;
u0 do Palm Soap;
20 do Raisins;
15 bbls Crackers;
25 )4 do;
5 kegs Indigo;
.200 reams Wrap Paper;
9 bbls row d do;
50 do I-oaf do;
24 do Crushed do;
200 bags Rio Coffee;
15 do Old Java Cotlee;
30 do Lguyra do;
10 do Pepper;
5 do Alspice;
10 frails Almonds;
20 casks English Soda;
5 coses Wood Matches;
75 bbls Cider Vinegar;
200 do Flour;
50 U bbls Flour;
25 bbls Re-boiled Molasses;
200 bags Salt;
15 do Sugar-house do 1 0,0w Spanish, Melee Cigars;
50 boxes Tobacco, various grades;
5 cases Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powders,
Together with various other articles, kept in our line of
business. DAVIS A SWANN,
auglO No 73, rnblicyquare.
A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated
on the Gallatin Turnpike. miles from Nashville,
containing about 75 acres, on which the subscriber now re
sides. The dwelling, which has recently been erected, it
of the best materials and style, and upon a convenient
plan, embracingnine rooms and several halls, with all ne
cessary out, Dnuamgs.
The soil b very productive. The wa'er is cool and pure,
flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds
of bearincr fruit trees of excellent quality.
i . i i.i . , . .i .. - t.i i i : . ....
in poiui oi ssarui auu aucjeiy, mm: hcijjuuuiuium mi
urnaased. The tract is susceptible of being divided into
three lots, each having a beautiful building site, with tun
ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession
can be had at anytime, A. n. FORD.
tor lurttier particulars, apply to
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Julv27 2awtf rw Agents College street.
SALE OF 5,000 ACRES OF LAND.
T Y virtue ora decree of the County Uourt ot Uavidson
11 mnntr. rendered at the Julv term. 1853. in the case of
Alethea S.'Wright, Adm'r, vs U. J. Meigs, next tnendand
others, I will offer for sale tothe highest bidder for cash, at
the Court House in Nashville, on Saturday the 3d day ot
September next, a tract of Land, lying in the county of Hick
man and State of Tennessee, on the waters of Mill Creek
and lick Creek, containing by esiinmtion 5,000 acres.
july20 trd F. R. CHEATHAM, Cllc
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheumat tsm.Gout, pain in the Sid ,
Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula,. King's Evil
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fued
pains whatever. Where tlus Plaster is applied Pain cannot
e3Thec Plasters possess the advantage of being put up in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain theirfull virtues in all cli
mates. , ...
This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physicians and the people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it. Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its healing powers who have not yet tried it For their
sakes we will simply state what it has done in thousand of
coses, and what it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following: testimony from a Physician.
Gextlemks. Your Hebrew Pla'sterhas cured me of pains
of which I have tuffcred for twelve years past Dur-ngthis
period I labored under an affliction of my loins and side, and
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug-
?sted, but without obtaining relief. At length I used vour
lastcr, and am now by its good effects entirely cured. I
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to iill,
who arc sulfiring from contraction of the muscles, orpcrma
nent pains in the side or back.
The people ofGeorgia have but to become acquainted with
ts virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, M. D,
Foisythe, Monroe county, Go.
To Messrs. Scovil & Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Messrs. Soovit. A Mead: I have been troubled with the
chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the 1st of
July 1343, 1 was so bad tliat I could not turn myself In bed,
ana the pain so severe that I had i ot slept a wink for six days.
At this time my attending Physician pretcribed the "Hebrew
Plaster," and it acted like a charm; the paiti left me and I
nlonl more than half of the ni?ht. and in three days I was
able to ride out. I consider the -"Hebrew Plaster" the best
remedy for all sorts of pains now in use
G. -W. McMINN.
Hendersonville, N. C, Aug. 18, 1S50.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations 1
-3F The genuine will in future have the signature E.
Taylor ou the steel plate engraved label on the top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
iclcs is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hroughout the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned against buy
ing of but our regular agents, otherwise they will bo impos
ed upon with a worthless article.
VnVLlB It SCOVIL 4 MEAD.
Ill Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale A gents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold bv EWIN, BROWN & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
3 W. W. A J. B BERRY, dot
J. M. ZIMERMAH A Co., do;
CARTW RIGHT & ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do;
julybjdtww II. G. SCOVEL. do.
TVEDAR TIMBER -I have constantly on hand, 15
I "i milM rmm Xnahville oil the Railroad. Cedar Sill and
Lintel Timber, Flooring and all Other CedarTimber, at the
shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stakes, which I will load ?oU
cars ax clf per luuusauu. U1UH3 wmucj
ed and promptly attended to by the. subscriber. -
junelg 3m. jjitj. muu.
iTEGROES! NEGROESIFour- ltS?
LN Men, middle agei for. sale, among- whom a- first-rate
Apply to Jacob McGavock or DABBa 4 PORAriv
1 ?SUn&llit,!e wnflr for DIARRHEA,
"J?"?,-10,0 tfieworstpdssible cases of bowel'
comblaitOSin a fevrbocrs."Itii purely vejretahle, ami taken
iDdnWl anv quantity U periiicttr Rimless.
3JostrrimdtJS in rue lor tlmrrhan MnniK...ri..
uiteslinaLci nU andtmly (or n time aileviate the disease br
jiTCTerJingineipuUiiou of tfco acrid fluid, whictt wiiriP
! TWy pwr, forth .gain, With increased viokne'e,
- ,,I,0UFh n?'"et'me46Teoaio.thevil, while theren?
dr alone bears off tho praise. Jfnt ,1. 11, n .1
Srnifi, Its inrTedientare tha natural '&ntiitr.xf a iLjL'
plaints. U-rhjxigcslheiutureof tha Quids, and causes their
vii.ii5imi jn a i ia rural manner, n uoes not leave tsem to in-
u.-uaeine suriaco ot me sunnacu anu bowels, but attacking
thecanise, it neuirah'zHS them, and the diseaseimmediatelr
..il.M.. Tt. . j i .. O . . . . '
course: it miiamlr &the9 Diin andie;iJnni th
perfect qnict Tue iuflarued surfaces' of the stomach and
intestine are guarded against furthtr violence by the neu
tralization ot their acrid contents, , and thus the body re
sumes it natural hetlthr functions.
THIS MEDICINE NEVER FAILS. A complete cure
is warranted. Price oolr 50 cents per bottle.
juael5. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent for the State.
A Clergyman oi Nailiville infbrmetl me last season when the
Cholera was threatened, that in cue week te cured 21
cases of the prcmonitftry sypipfoma with few bottles of
this. Djseniery Syrup. A. M.
DOCTOR yWrsELF! THE POCKET CDLAPluU
OR. KVERVOXE ttrs nwvtintpriv
1 1 HundnlK
' T .
I rrn,el, Edition, with Ouo
' f S1"
ft r"7. ""na"?ii 01
llmuaa aysfem m cverr stwti n.l
lorra. To which is added a Treatise
on the Disease of Females, bein of
the highest importance to married
people, or thiiecontenipIatinji mar
riage. By WILI.LIM YOrNo'.M.D.
11 no father be asluuned to pre
sent a -copy cf the ESCUlaPIGS
to his child. It m sy save him from
an early crave. Let no young man
or woman enier mm me secret obli
i nuwt) uoiu ui uepn:uc feiu-aiions, anil given up
by their pbis'rcian, be another moment without cunsultinr
the JSSCULAPIUS. Havethc n.arried. or those about to
be married, any impediment, read this trulyuseful book, as
it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate
creafuris from the .cry jaws of "death.
2SF Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by moil,
or fire copies will be sent for One- Dollar.
Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
nurchl6 ly jfo. 152 Spruce . Philadelphia,
R. IS. R. NO PAIN KILLER.
TO KILLl'AIN we must paralyse the nerves, or in other
words produce a palsy ot the part to which tho jium
WKT IS ttppilCtl.
Pain is an unnatura sensation, arisicc from an iiuurv
or disease which, leiug transmitted along the nerves to
the brain, give an uneasy perceptwn to lhe mind.
Remedies rccviumeudea to KillPaix, or Pais Kitunm,
are either producers ol Paralysis, or they are not what they
are recommended for. If the sutiere,- of pain is Ui undergo
a suspeuion of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or by, or
Sfthepait of the body suffering the tortures of pain, ii to
suficran attack of paralysis, we think rhe the remedy must
be worse than the d:scae. Ami, if Pain is to be ATi&J.
then the nerves that transmitted this (-eiuatiou, and the
senses tliat perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed aVto.
If, ou the other hand, it is not a "pain tl'ler," it u a mi
nomer, aud not what its advertisement claiit s tor it
Itadu uy's Ready Itclief does not Kill pain, tat
it s-.bdues its pa rosy isms and relieves the sufferer trom u'i
painful and uueasy sensations. Radway's Ueaily Relief -
quick, in its action it instantly relieves, an.1 immediattty
after ets about removing the cause of the pain, ii wutit
and cures, it relieves and removes the troubling cause, and
hence the joy ft infuses.
R. R. R. Its Two Actions. The primary actaon
of Radway's Ready Relief is, to allay the effects of any pain
ful causes that the'human sy stem may be visited with.
Its secondary action is, to remove the cause itself; this it
win immediately accomplish, fur it is to powerful in act ion
so quick and edectual, that tne moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxyisms are relieved, and the unsound pmU
nude whole, strong, healthy and vigorous.
Extcrual Pains Rheumatism. Radway's Reivly
Relief applied externally to the parts where the pain is l';Ii,
will instantly allay the paroxyisins, scatter the cause, or the
coiHjeeial deposils,tchieh cause the pain, and, in a few mc
msntsthe sufferer will be quite easy. If the attack is .re
cent a few applications will cute it.
If Chronic, Radway's Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection with the Ready Relief is certain to cure Rk eu
niatism in its most aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular or inllamatory (for wouder iul
cases of Rheumatism, cared by K. 1L R. Remedies, ice
Radway's family Friend tor the month of March. 1853- a
copy will be sent to ail who wish it, free of charge, by .id-
areasing Kauway a Jo .New 1 oric vity. )
Pains around the Liver. Kidneys and Heart are relievi id.
and the unnatural irriutiuns instantly subdued by a simple
application ot it- it lieiict.
Sick Head Ache. R. R. R. will mall cases jure Lais
distressing complaint Its ant acid properties when taken
into the stomach, will neutralize the acid, and moke the
stomach clean, and the breath sweet
Its counter-imtant efficacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to the head, and invigorate and enliven, and rci'rtsJi
Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system
while it is under the influence of tbee malad.es, will, in a
moment, vield to the soothins and oain-relievinir efficacy of
I the R. IL Relief. It allays irritation, it arrests spamod ic
action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor
ates with warmth and strength the cold, cramped, anil
shrivelled limbs and joint, and restores each member ai id
organ ofthe body to a healthful and vigorous condition.
Radway's Ready Relief, and each of the R. JL It Reme
dies, are made from the active properties of medicines.
Notliiutr inert or inactive enters their composition, so th at
the aytiem i not clogged with worthless and inert inattt-r.
In conclusion we would remind ;he reader that Sad way's
Ready Rolicf relieves the sufferer from pain (not kills,) and
cures or removes all unnatural causes ot Rheumatic, Neural
gic and Nervous .or painful character.
Radway's Regulators, prepared from the active principle
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Gums, will reg
ulate and keep in a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. They will
cure cotivness,indige3tivncss, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all billious complaints and Jevers.
The ladies will find Radway's Regulators the very best reg
ulator ot the system, in assisting tardy nature in the dis
charge of her monthly duties. No griping pains or sickmxa
at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to all who
take them a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of tbe
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, is a powerful resolvercf
oil diseased aeposits mat nave been-lying in tue system for
years. Apurttycrof tbe blood and a renovator of the whole
i or further information of the wonderful poin-releaving
and curative pon era of the It' R. Remedies, the public are
rcfeired to ourmonthly publications, or Guide toheulth, co
pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our It
It R. office, 162 Fulton street, New York.
RADWAY A CO., 162 Fulton st N. Y.
R. It R for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennrcssee.
MANDFIELllS A CO, Memphis.
HUDGIN, WELLS & JOHNSON,
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
PHTL0T0EEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the' cure of Painfnl and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all (hose
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Much of the suffering attendant upon the lives of females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during tome ci itical period of their peculiar Sea
sons, causing ousirocMous, invuiaru , vc, nuicu, ii not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forow of diseate Con- .
sumption. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which cither hurry them
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many nl
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
was just bursting into blooin, have withered and died from
the ed'ects of obstruction, and the wont of a remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
It is not offereJ .as a cure of all ills tliat Cesh is "heir to,
but as a remedy aud preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted Ui do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCUVIL&MEaD.
Ill Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Aecnts for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
julyl ly dtwAw.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPART
MENT. THE Annual Course of Lectures in this Depertmcnt will
commence on MONDAY, November 14, and Will ter
minate in the ensuing March.
Jasies Josta, M D, Professor of Practice. '
J L Riddeix, M D, Professor of Chcmbtry.
Warees Stosc, M D, Professor of Surgery.
A H Cesas, M D, Professor of Obstetrics!
A J Weddeubces; 31 D, Profeswir of Anatomy.
Gcstavas A Now, M D, Professor of Materia 3fedea.
Tnojf Hot, 31 1, Professor of Physiology and PatnoJogy.
COKNUJrs U. 13 card, M if, f Demonstrators ot
SamciiP. Cnopns.M D, f Anatomy.
The rooms for dissect:ng will be open from lhe third Mon
day in Oct-iber to the First of ApriL
The Faculty nre Visiting Physicians and SaTBta of Uie
Charily Ho.'pital, and attend tflisinstituUon from November
toApnL Tbc-StudenU accompany the Froftswrs m their
visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
ereS-thousand patients prescribed for daily in this
"fiumberof patients -
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
-r wiqir to sell my tract of land situated in Jone's Bend, I
Nashvill hv tha
I n.vidson county. 2mite above
from it by land. The land
the Gallatin turnpike on the opposite side of the river; - The
rontains 37tt acres. 10 cleared, the rest well timbered.
4-5 of the land river bottom. The place U well improved,
brick. dwelling house with 8 large rooms, passages, portico
and gallery prick smoke house, carriage bone. carriage
houses barn, cribs, housa built for a gin, overseer' bonse.
Stock-water in. abundance and as good a spring as can be
found in the Stataaui a orchard of young fruit trees. '
Tho - land is unexceptionable; adapted to . cotton, orn, and
all other grain. a. W. GOODRICH,
may 21 ta w . or W. E. GOODRICH.
"r ,!1 "fe without rendwg the POCKET 2sER9BSB0BBF
THE WiaKTlXUS XAKirFACTraLffr BaTAXT.
'"piUS estabiishmont is now proridsd with JMBmiy and
X Tools, complete, of the most tnodwn conjti' 'ioa; nlto
mth Ihebest Mecuanical skill that the coonUj aJNidi, acj
jPfa'Jj solicit orders. They uj preparei Ik axMbM'u
0 . BXttROAD MACHINERY.
aucb as Zaccmotim for Passecec and Freight Tnuna.
nmr. Freighted Repair faro com pleteJ, aod aimer?
every description of work anpertainint ta Kail Ka.
Machinerr conmleta far Gttinir im , n: o. ,
complete, with thejiewsst and most apsrored mniri
tiQMua and Machinrr m&fTA fnr , .
gcther with Mich i ri ery for Stu;ar Mil U anl CftooQms I
!aeltFaccSt wbracing GutirmCtf.
Eneines. Cast IronRcllera. axtdsll mi;
Ing Mills complete mads.at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of anr de3crintion with Ah&fticcr. mill miniy, v
wheels, cast iron Bank vaults, Se, So, made to order.
auaresjons ihompson; Agen'.iirtio uapractieil ni
chenist) otthe'understgned. JOHN B. JOHNSON.
junst-ly b. Presideat.
f)"T DOZ French, German and American Couxwe; Lav -jLi
I ender and Orange Flower Waters, assorted.
A f DOZ. flit French aud American EXTHA GTS, for
xj thfi MtadtertAief, vvtny sett arUcUe.
T 0 preserve thellair and improve its erowth, Cometi
Komphort, Piter's Compound Qx Mirrmct omJ Phitn.
comet, liouliind's English Maccassar and Ronssel's Antique
Oils, ILizin's highly purified Bear't Oil, msorted, O&cP
To beautify the Hair, and prevent its falling off; Qttma
oid Fluid, Eau Lnstrale Odoraat, Jenny uind Hair Olos,
Balm of Columbia, 7Wv)i.ioi5.osTid"Ricinine Hair Oils,
lliir Creams and Tonics, iioussel's tad Indian. 7irir Dyrt,
DepiUitory Powder, Ac.
irfPKOVES THE COMPLEXION.
A J'DOZ. Rortsseli's Cosmetic Crtm. Roman KEdor.
TT Amandine. Koatan-Vt EngLih Kalidor, Chinese A!a
basterond 3Ieenfim, French and Spanish Lilly White, Per
fumed Chalk JlxBs, Powder Puflj and Toilet Powder.
Via eagre, and Theatre- Rouge, Russet's LipSalfe in Chins
PRESERVES THE TEETK.
Qf DOZ. Ruin't OJontine TUth Paste, Chlorine Deter.
00 gent Charcoal Paste for the Teeth and Gumj; Chlo
rine Tooth Wash, Eoussel's Superior Tooth Powder, ic
SHAVING Ar TOILET SOAPS.
nXf DOZ. RODSSKL'S Shniitif Cream) ; OLtorHAxr,
JLZjKJ Almond, Rose, Ambrosial Sharing Cbinpd)ttd ;
Military, Roim and Square; EnytUV IVtfutsorf Bat ben's
Painted, rul PtIn Soaps.
85 dozen Taylor's, Conner's and nosting's Transnareni,
Red and White Wash Balls, Rose, JIcnumeniuT, Pancine,
Floating, Almond, Oral, Vegttable. ChlTStallme.'ChlDOSlu
Amande, Araere, Perow, Jasmin, San Angels And Tio!t
and Fancy Soaps.
)Af LES. lionseH's Barber Soap;
UU 50 boxes Rose and Windsor Soaps. Received and
ofr sale cheap by T. WELLS,
At the Man and 3Iorter on Market, opposite
Union street, -Nashvill.
A ( DOZ. Pain Killins-.etr.jn, and Mustang- Linimect;
rt 0 and Liquid Opodeldoq-Rcceircd bv T 'WELLS.
PASTE IILACKING. " "
OA GROSS UasotCtlest fresh- OU Paste IHnttma Re
1J ceivedby T. WJXL3.
FINE TEAS. AtC.
Art LBS. Fresh Imperial, Young &9.Dbc end
jtU U Gunpotcdur Teal, in 3Ictalic pacta. Keceitnd by
GROSS Patridge's best Friction Matches. Receiv
ed by T. WECL3.
3rfi KEGSi'rwA White Lead;
Ou i banrelAVinTE Deuax VakxisH;
J do Black Self-Drying Varni.-h;;
15 barrels Linseed Oil;
10- do Spra. Turpentine.
500 1 bs Ground Pumice Stone;,
560 " " PainU assorted;
50 " " Patent dryer. RoaiirtdbT
julylO 'T. Wq.IS.
INDIOO, Jl AD DER. ii C. " .
LBS. Spanish Indigo;
1510 pounds Fresh Dutch Madder;
20 barreKGRfipW DtfmO't, fustic, .Mtaragta
Cam Wood. Ac
410 lbs. Extract of Logwood;
20- " BluoWlreJ;
975 " Oil Vitrei;
Receivinl and for sale at the lowest prices hr
At the Mau and Mortar. M'arfcet street, Nashville.
GLASS AND" PlTWY".
Qf) BOXrS best Wiudow ulaea asserted mev,
24TO lbs Putty;
QUININE HO ox.
s it i r.rn.i tv;i ..r,i, h
r Receivedby . ' T- WE1JA
ATEDICINE Chests and ElectricMadinwi, MiduoiSxd
iVl dtttuw, gam lags and MxuyUU. . v S
Receivetl and forsale by V. .'f- WEltS.
MAHOGANY and Oak Veneers. 5600 feet received Irr
julylO Gw twAw. 3Ijrket itreet XaJarUt
JUST received a few more, cases ofihose Fashionably
Cassimere Hats; very light and tasty.
ALSO. Black Leghorn, FlatErun Legbonw ami$cys
Also. An entire new style of Hals coital tho .Alboni
Hat, just issued in the New York market, with all tha other
styles of Jloleskin, Beaver nod Casiiruere. of evcrvf;uantr
wdl be found at WATERFIELD & WALKER'S, -
No. 26, Public Sqnare. neiA to Cowdtrg.
JOHN IC. HUJIE.
H..,,. Ko. 57, College Street
AS this day received, by Eipress, from New Ynritt
Beautiful new style Collars;
" Einb'd UnJersIeeves;
Black Lacs MUV;
- Hair Cloth Skirts;
Iaice Jlantlisand Points;
. AISO On hand, Bareges, cheap Muslins,. beautiful Silks;
also, a beautiful selection of Chinese. Spanish and Patiiau
Fans, and a general assortment nf Dry Goocbi of every de
scription, allof which wili be sold at extreme low prices.
T?OIt J.NTraiENTjohn K Hiune his j.utr-
csiveu an excellent supply oi uuve 'soouiuer seam
.iafent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cravats; also, LiiJe
Silk and Kid Gloves. Clotht, Cas-nmerc, VMlinxs. Ac."
l"u23 JOUN K. HUME, New 57 College st.
MUSLINS, LAWNS, BAREGES
JOHN K. llUJIEhoS in store w excellent assort
ment pf Muslins Luvtei and Dress Cuoda.gca
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As his policy ts
never to carry over Goods from one jeason to another, of
course, extra bargains may be expected. A few Lawns and
MuMins left, at 10al2 cfet per yard. jime S.
DRY t "OO DS. As the season ia far advanced, and
being desirous nf reducing as much practicable,
my stock of Summ -r Goods, 1 will of&rgnodo cf every .de
scription at prices very much reduced. Tbe lad i may ex
pect bargains, and will find it to their interest to call at a
early day, R. C. MeNAIRY,
ju1v9 56 CoKegg street
QHOYfl.DER SEAM PATENT SDIRTS
O JOHNK. HUME has thi day received onolher fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Cottars, CraraU, Ties, Siesta,
4 Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and SlBr Glares Hal
Hose, f every description.
Also. Gent's under-wear Shirts. Drawers. Ac. Janett
TOR THE LADIES. Silk Tisanes, Plain and Enu
H broidered, can bo bought cheap atthe Phnodelchlfc
Store. )l SOHNAHILUIAS,
-rSRIt AttES. A eroat variety cfFieiired andTPlcn
X Berage are offered at reduced price at the Phitadel-
SOUX A UILLM2EN.
MUSLINS and Jaconets lor Dresses, of every deserts
tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store. june7 SOUS & HILLMAN.
BONNETS at very low prices are now offered at tits
Philadelphia Store. jimeT SPUN A HILLMAN.
MAKE. YOUR OWN PltESERVKS.-ijIiat re
ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, sniubleJorl'reserf -uig
purposes. jnneM K. A J, NlXtWii
aRAHAai BREAD. Graham Bread for d'if
tics, can be had every otherday at ,
OWDIiK Tennece Rutev in quarter. lset?3L
whole kegs. Tetmewee Elasting.in keg!i.andbjie.
A full supnlyof ttieaDove aesenpnon oc twotr, ,w.
ranted equal '0 any ia the-market, alwayn on taad sni-fc
saleby jnl,lT . CHEATHAM. yATSON & C0.
PRINTED LINENS ! PRINTED. LlNiNS 1 1
At i. V, union street. 'j
TUST received tftrectimportotron one Caw Lines BM
fj , Goods, containing X greal Yariety of Sftles. trod at
tcras. -which will bejwld 25 per cent le?' than tfce ntml
nV Al so. a -variety of dress Goods coiisiitbur'tf lis
rT 'iwnxand Mostine. for style and nrrcesi -u uoaKl
1 1 lti.m..t-ni'im.eVnnM. nt PvTt&MU
.11 Vinitrcoristaiitlv on ti&rjdke altenticn at tbe L
b'pirticularly requested toTowtock of Gooda. befcre. jbk;
ctSetoi. iwty25 -THUBSTOS A, BERNAJi