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OFI'ICBXp. 11, DEADERICK STREET.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to sabscribm at tho following Talcs: Single copies,' opo
year in advaa. 1 50; within. the ycsr.$8 00; attbe'end
of Ibe year ?i tsX Cutis Of.five and ppwards 62 00
per copy fair (ma year. Clubs of subscribers will bo re-,
ceivedforsirmonth at the forqjpmg rates; -.
be TRI-WJ&KLY is published every Tuesday,' Thursday.;
and Satunki-, at J"-j;r annum in ativance?imot pam in
ad ranee, $C
DAILY is jmbbsbed at Eight Dollars.' " '
tSTTHH MONEY f-" U.L CASES' TO ACCOMPANY
'henrftUnceaof.Bubscriptiotts rear ba ;ade bytnaui.t bur '
paper will be sent eat of the State unless iha order is'ac!. '
cfcmpanied'vrifti the cash. . ,
t5fWe are anthnnzed to anncionce I- W. Tusist, "as a
candidate for re-ekctian to Die office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at Hie noit MSreh election. , . 11
tST"We are authorized to annontveo Johx K. Edjiondsos,
a candidatcTorthe Sheriffalty of Daridson cratnty. ,
S?"Yeareaiithoriied to "announce Exocit Cmtxixrauv,'
as a randidate furSherifTct iheensuinj; election.
Z3?TVi'e are antborized to announce WilluS Iarro's, a
acandidateTorShprHTof lar5dori conntyi ut the ensuing
election. ' ...
tTWe are authorized tn announce E. Bj Kioisras a.
candidate ursbrrilT, attheensuinselcclion.
CI.EB.K. or Till: COUSTV COURT.
rVe are authoriied to announce Josun Fencis as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at tbo eniuihfifelettion.
iSfW't are authoriied tt announce Fuui U.nEiTnAM
a.candrjate frtrre-;lection for County Conrt Clerk at. tlioen
huin; electron. .
I?5Ve are authorized to tinnounccJsAAC M. Jont3 a can-,
didats forCounty Court Clerk, at the next March election,
yprt coi xty Tni sTEE.
' We are authorized to announce .Tonx Ualns for
-Te-election as County Tnttce at the ensuing elcctionl
15?" We are autl'iorired to announce THtwAsSracoatas a
candidate forTruiteeiif Davidson County.
5-r" We are authorized to announce (Jeoroe CuRXas
a candid.tte lor Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
t-fs W re autliorizcd to announce the name of W. K.
HuxTsn (Sll-clor) as a candidate for Trustee or Davidson
ovintv at ihe next Xfarcli elections.
139" JaUhi'T. Faulci-eb is a candidate for llegu!er of
the land Office for Middle Tcnne.tee at the ensuing te.-wvin
j. ii. cimiiEX,
Ckiltttrttl, So. .", opjtotiU Sietrante Jfouw.
EfiS leave to inform his friends and tho publtc---j
cenerallv. tliat lie has opened a renuar uoi-wib
tin ltoom, and bavin;; boupbt the rijhtfor ntaanfactunnfr
and sellinr in Middle Tennessje. kitTs I'atent Indistruct-
ible Air-tijrlit and Atr-exhau;td Buml Ca.e, the best
nowin uefor jireservin the corps, he will keep a supply
ofthem constantly trahand.tofreUier with an assAortmeut of
allkiudiof covfre'J and wood CotTMiM. lie ia prctcrcd to
fiirnish gtod Hejrsennd any nunibcrof Hacks that ,inay
be wanted; also shrouds of every description, made in the.
best style, together with every oquipace necessary for fune
rals. Ali telegraphic dr-pitcfias o,r orders from Steamboats
and Ilailroads, or front tlio NirrpHnaiC countrf will bo
jirnniptlv attended to. I'articalur ntlentiiin paid to jue
paring ancl icang bodies for transjiortation. ,All orders
left nt his Furniture and Collin Ilooms promptly altendc4
to, both night and day he will pivc bis personal attention
toallfimemls. Chargcsmoderale. '
J II. CUBREY-
X. IJ. Furniture and Mattresses of ercrj- description
nndotoorderanduf tlie Le?t miterials and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the best stjle and with dispMdu
au?7 c. "
THE SOUTH XASUYII.I.E rUKNITWRE
MANUKA CMURISG COMPANY, are now olferiiiKi
3BB? splendid assortment ot I'lamaua tasmonaDie rur
I2322new building, (between Union Hall and the
or Ati'pr nt Tirices to suit nurchaser.'
botnatwnole sale ana reuuu iney inrauiug"'
lionito purchasers work warranted.
Ceil and eramine tlieir stock. Orderafor Work attended
with despatch. K. U. GK00MS, Pres't.
W.Ii.NA.tCK. SecV septf-f
WNTED at the ivmtb Nahville Furniture Factory, of
pood SEASONED I.UMUKU
100,000 feet of l.inrh Walnut Plank--wide;
W,0A0 do do do do do;
50,W0 do 2 do do do do;
lOO.flW do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4, .'. & 6in.STe;
109,000 do Cherry do do do;
1W.000 do 1J inch Cherry Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do AsJraningfromlVtoSlntliick wideplank;
Also, Poplar of all sises tued for Cabinet purposes, for
which Qui will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or)g.jod CAHINUT MA KF.US wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP
HOLSTERS. NiKie but good workmen need apply.
FUEHmTHE. CATJETIHG, OIL CLOTH, &c
rplIE subscriber has jut returned from the
X last. and i constautlv receiving all kind of fl
FURNITURE, CaKPUTINO, Sx. His stock at E5
presitennsitsofahnostevfry article in bis line of Lum
ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
uo wcu to can, as ne is ueienumeu io w ior ciu ur uu
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marchtS College near Church street.
" TBUKKS. YAL1BE3, ana"CAEtAOS.
TXTEtovejustreeeivedalarge and fine as- fY3j
Valises, oousistin? of Sole. IJaz and Kin
I j.fttlipr Travi.linn' Trunks and alises.alsoof rjaxonv. J.rus
I ells, Wiltoa and'coinavon Carpe Hags, which t e will sell at
ow prices. K.S. DoLI.INS k CO,
janlit Comer of Collego and Union s!e, Nashville.
FURKITTHIE ! FUENaTITRE! !
I AM just receivinga tine assortment ofiur.pffss
nitureof Uie lateit and mot approved
s t vies which vill be warranted as recommend-' 1 " 1
ed, and will Iks sold as cheap as the cheapest Having en
urged my Ware rooms, 1 sliall keep an assortment ot (ul
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Sliades. Clocks, Jlir
rors,Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Aiticles
sent free to the Railroad or an vwbere in the city. Remem
ber 45. Union street, Cheap Furniture UjP0,1-, ,..
ap7 1. 11. WUKl uv
TTTTEliave received bv recent arrivals nine
V r.l , Tt ivrr mulp,
1... 1 Ti Ittntinm tinf
variousstvles and size, which will be sold verj- low lor
r. ash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect. ,
aprt W. & T. II. GREENFIELD A CO.
"VTOT1CE. 1 am closing up mv business with a view of
permanent! v withdrawing. Manv persons are indebt
ed to me by note' and account, some for years, and 1 hope
tit nll aslrl till' im TVll himt further delar or trouble.
ti .l .,. lulaan.t l'mprs to the room ad-
lbave remove.! mv ltosks and Papers
joining .Messrs. W. H. Oonlon A Co.
DR. J. W. CRAY.
in McCcnts New Building, on Cherry Street,
.VVwv.n Dta.Ureb ail Union,
AecU 12m Rksiokxce SrWAXKK.
1TOR S.VTjITOiTTIENTV A new Frame Hoirsejust
well TilisttreJ anu ua-
twred. Situated on Church street, in llities addition to I
Nashville. The said house is abmtt four hundred yards
rw,m tt, IVmal Academv. and will lie sold on l-casonablo
For further particulars enquire of R. I. Crensliaw, or
burIS V.'.D. ROBERTSON, M'Lemore st.
TTAVAN .vTJirUtsI We liavc'lius day received
XA. 40,i00Sujicriiir ltcgidia lxiiidreand Prensados Cigars,
towhicli we nil lie tlie aucniiou oi suci
N. R. AJIXON.
T)OY'.S CLOTHINt: DEPOT! The subscribers
JL have tbc nnst cxtcas-ive and varied assortment or
Clothing for llovs from 4 to 16 ever ofTered for sale in the
Union. Orderafor Gentlenicn'sClothingfilledat the short
est notice. , . ,. , . ,
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they doJ mQ
S. AY. corner of Chestnut and 10 at, Philadelphia.
April r,.lSM ly
TVARTICIII.AR NOTHi:.-Oitr "Accounts being
1 small and -a great many ol them not wrath the trouble
of oollocting, wcluve thts'dav closed ourPks, and will
hereafter do business entirely for Cash. Persons wMiing
to buy en these terms will find it to their advanmge to call
""persons having claims ntrainst n will plexse present them
for pavmeut, and those indebU-d will please call and pav up.
nug4 1. & J M.u.
" JOHN .RICHARDS ON,
KARRERAND HAIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Ckdar Stkert.
-T-vrOULD respectiullv inform nil who liave any use
YY for the services of a Barber, that he has at ths lime
in his employ a number of the best and mot experienced
onerators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in
Nashville. His t-bop is fitted upneatly. and geul.cnieii ;iiay
nog 1 T
i ...it.i.,i.i 11.. .i.in.i nl
teml ijJiMMtroiii tlie Honor-
IN able Sume Court of Tennessee to me directed, I
will sell to the Inchest bidder, for Cash, at tlie Loiirt IImw
always confidently rely upon prompt auenuon aim -table
sliaving. He hopes to continue to . receivo a bbera
tr -r ...t......mnt frHn an intelbcent public that
sreire ui tiii.-Mn -.. ----- . -1. 1
III Lll H'"l""- c
door, in Nashville, on Saturday the sin oay oi votuc,,
oe tract orrareclofltidlviog and being in the WhD.s
rict of Davulon County, and bounded as fo to. Bcrw
ng at the North East corner of JutesAY hiljft is, d ec-d,and
Sing the lands of Cnitd.er, dee'd, R. C.lle deed
B?dSan3.J. Catter, levied on as the propertr of Kdvvard
Vaughn to ratify sa'd judgment JT-Zy, Sherilt
TVfOTlCE Hie Stockholder of the Nasbyillo nnd
1 Northwcstorn lUilnwd Ownpany are reqwested .to meet
nTVhvffle. on the 1st Monday in Sept, m, for the
pose of eVcthig Board of Dircctorr. a sufliciency of stock
. :iIAKCE: :,;, : J, - f RpGGISTS &G., i JgL J?SCEIXEQ!DTS? -''"Vig MEDICAL.
THE TTNTTED HEEKES'S Cj5uEAICE COiSSiT Or I '
,?TASHVn,I.T . . '
CAPITAL .AOQiPOO.fl z'a)S S 1 1
- -Cbartewft, by the Slate. J"
TlflS'Ccrapanf-baTijirully organked, is
wir re-jdyjott? xsV$ on. allidescrsp-
COHHEECIAL INSUBANCE COIIPAKY,
"' ' '::.nr&iawi0?, wilttii c.uousa
yl ": -Capital. S50,000: All-Paid. In. ; .
rli-VYE boon appoinSed Agontof tlicjnljove iComparrr.at
Nashville, arjdtim frfly prepared, to take Marine,, 5Tre,
''River Risks, i)U.be mcst favorable terms,
') Jl full staiemerit of tho solvenef of 'the! 'Conrpany' can be
, seeij, at tbeoCB of tlit'Naslrvillelniurarica'Tmii 'ft-ust-Com..
nanr. ou Ctillfe Miliet t .j'
THE iiaTUAL PfiOTECTIOH: EiSUilAli CE C0j4?AHT'
"OF TTAEHVITiS; TENHES3EE. " ...
vFFICE Cedar- Street, adioining the Post Qflice, jujd
V oiinoMietne vemnuan.wm, m?nro oil urn uiuiuai pno-
ciple, HousefiiMerclMindizo. Acr, R"ainat Ijks or Damage by:
erry dcscrij.tioti against tho Perils crtlio ?ea3and Rivers. .)
(ALSO, me i.ives oi icrwraisia giiotxncaiin, ior a sing.q yea-, .
' for a terra of vears, or during life. Also, Dank,Notes trans- J
..... .... :. i
All iicrsons having their lirca or property insured in this
Institution, are entitS-d to a"fiUl larticipation in all tho prof,
its. without imvliabilitv to loss bevo'ud thuamdunt of Pre
miums wbreli they may par.
M, S, riLCHEtt, President,
J. 1!. JOHNSON, Vice'Prealdeat.
C. i. F. WitAnTOV. Sccrctarf. ' f janl
TENNESSEE. JIAHUTE AND FIE2 INSTANCE C0H-
PANY. CAPITAL 150,000.
OFFICE on the North' side of tbb I'ublic Snuare, midway
Vy between the Nashville'lmt and-'the Plautei-s'lUnk-They
will make insurance on HotCscs ait'd Goods of every de
scription against rtre; on jjieam'opats ami vargo against lire
and Ibe risk of the rirer; rfl the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river cr.ifisjaud on sea vessols and otlier cargoes, on
Ihe usual terms. 30UN 11. Hndi, President.
.TosErn YAtn-t, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John I.llill, F. 11. Fogg, G.
11. Fogg, Jaines Correy, Jno. M. llass, Joseph Woods, anl
nel Hear, Matllicw AVaUou, J. J. Wlute, Jacob McGafock.
Hcvr Yorlr Jitfcln-jcranco Company,
JYo. 10(5 Broadway, Ifeia York
orv rim iitijak, rtiArs.,
Acci?nmlntoa :a)l:il S$5O0irlO.OO.
r: rxxxuAiT, actoaet x. rKxvxriMiass'T.
TO Total nnmbar of Policies issued by this r-Vtw
Company up to July 1st, 18.-.2 eight thonsand1?.:
ix hundred and fcigbtVino. SS'?1
!0l)ivldends made annually on all Life Pq-'s-4-1'-Ilclesin
shape of stock, bearing interest at tbo rato; prff per
JO The dividends heretofore havo always averaged from
40 to 50 per cent.
JD Person tatln? out Policies for the wlioletermof
life can give their note'at 12-ta.)ntos for -iUper voct of the
premium, and jiyOUpercantincash.
-Applicicatlons for ristsj prospefttis oflhe company", pr In
formation relatinjrtb tho snlectof Liii Insuranco may be
made attba ot!lce oftlio undersigned General Agent Tor tho
State of Teuucsecf ' JOSKPn XASH.
OSce X. VT. corner:Publie Square;
opposite Planters Back. , ftarhvUle, Aug. JU, 1Sj2.
iCtna riisnrancr Co. or IfurlTord.
LIFE JOEPARTItlENT. ,
Annuity Fund SISO.OOOl
IjsCLUSlVHLY held ptcapsd.and appro priated.'VfSr?
J with Ha resct-fed necumaUtloiui, by tha- chartniVSCfii
audroulatlomofthe Company, to the payment of Anuu
ilei and lossosnpon tmuruiceon I.ir, and la ro eventlla
bloforother delta, contracts, liabilities, or ensagemeuts of
he companv. .
Thos. K. Bp.ici, Pres't, S. L. Looms, Secretary;
K A. Bclsliv, Vice J. W. SrrMora, A'ct'y, Fredent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
. A. Bdlklxv, Jouk L.Boswtn,
Kobiit Bern, Kolaho MxTUtR,
MlLisA.TcTTLX, Edwin G. Ri?lt
Hkxra Q. Phatv.
Thlsbelng a Joint Stock propriety company,and condnc
ted on tbo cash s)eteui, the Managers have adopted a table
of ratesof premium as low as Is comistent with safety and
mtth Icurrlhnn those of iho Mulaal Companies.
Application for risks on white person!, received by the
undersigned, who will famish Prospectusesof the Compa
any. and nny information relnllvo thereto.
ftr'Kiska on slarosaalnet diseasesaad accidents caaslcj;
death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS. NASll,Acent,
OHceN. W. corner Public Snare,
opposite Planters F..mk. .N'.iehrlllo.au. lb, 1SS2.
DESIRABLE COUNTRY ItESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I WISH to dispose of my Farm on Mill Creek, i Q
miles from Naahville, libonl 40 rods from the Mur-V
fwsboro' Turnpike, adjoining the lands of Bi-Jwcll
Caldwell, Minerva and Franklin Colleges, containing about
00 acres about 10 actcs in wood, and the balance under cul
tivation with as good orchards as ibci e are in the State, con
sieting of peaches, apples, peais, grapes, plumbs, in a gteat
variety; two ncvertiiling springs, and several chalybeate
springs. The improvements are very fair consisting of a
good frame house, with porch 20 feot front; one good brick
Iiobsj. smokehouse. Utcnen. stables. cribs, Ac, Tlie orch-
j ard, bv close attention, would yield rrooi WiO to $-500 year-- I
ly.asthe fruit is cf the choicest kind. My only reason for
wishing to dispose out is my intenuon to change my loca
tion and business. 1 will dispose of my stock and furniture
to any person wishing to piucha-v? the said farm. Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of D- MOSES,
augl N. 10 Gillege st
UNIVEESITY OF HASHVLLirsaCAL DEPART
MENT. THE Third annual Course of Lectures in this Department
will commence on Tuesday the first of November next,
and continue till the first of the ensuing March.
Pavi. F. Eve, M. 1)., Principles and Practice of Surgery.
Jou.v AI . Watso.v, it D Obstetrics and the Diseases of
Women and Children.
A. U. BiiCtuxAX, M. D., Surgical arid Pathological Anat
omv and Physiology.
W. K. Bowun-r, M. D. Inslitufes and Practice of Medi
cine. C. K. AVinston-, M.I)., Material Medica and Medical Ju
risprudence RocEirr T. PonTEH, M. IV, General nnd Special Anatomy.
J. l!tnim.s I.ISTHLEV, M. D Chemistry and Pharmacy.
WilusmT. Bciog.1, M. I. Demonstratoro! Anatomy.
The Anatomical rooms will be open fur students, on" the
first Monday of October.
A full J'rlinuuart urft. of Ixsrhircs will l:e given by
the Professsors, commencing also on the first Monday of Oc
tober. . ,
The Students will hive tree access to the State Hospital.
Tee of each Professor SV.. Matriculation ticket 5; Dis-
tirlrntSlO. Graduation fee f'i.
(tood board can be obtained in the city at from $2 50 to
S3 twr week. Fdrther information mav be obtained by ad
dressing IheHwn J. B. LINDSLKY, M. D.,
Nashville, July SO wAtw. Dean.
FOR SALE. .
A DESIRABLE FARM ANU RESIDENCE, situated
on the (Jallatin Turnpike, Zi miles from Nashville,
containing about 73 acres, on whic'h the subscriber now re
sidos. The dwelling, which lias recently been erected, is
of the best materials and style, and ujion u convenient
plan, embracing nine rooms and several balls, with all ne
cessary outbuildings. .
Tlie soil i very productive. The wauris cool and pure,
flowing in abundance. Ticorchard contains varions kinds,
of hearing fruit trees of excellent quility.
In point of health and society, the neighborhood is un
surpassed, Tho tract is susceptible of being divided into
thrte lots, each having a beautiful building sile, with tun
ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession
can be bad at any time. A.H.FORD.
For further particulars, apply lo
L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT,
inlv27 2awlf tw. A cents. College stiect
Corner of Sixth and Katn Streot,
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends
and the traveling public iu general, that ho has leased
the above named Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to
a -rett expense in renting and refurnishing the same, so
tlStitisnow second to no hotel in the West. Hoping by
strict attention to business to merit a.liberat snare oi me
public favor. , rjl J-.MjfER,
Formerly of the Nashville Inn.
Louisrille, July ID tw o d3m.
R.UI.VJI lUtE.VD Graham Jircad lor dispep
-7 (ITICE. I shall iu a few dajs be in receipt of my
IN Fall stock of
AVALL IVVPEIt. . .
Comprising all ibe latest and most fashionable styles tor
Pailors, Halls, Chambers, Ac., together with a largo variety
of Firc-icreiis- Window Paper. Ac '
W. W. FINi'Ml,'MarkctSL,
sj,tltr Itetween Union and the Square.
rpllE resident .aid .'.islatit Trustees of the Hospital for tho
JL Insane in Teunes,sfo,aienoiihcd to attend at tlie Asy
lum Buildings near Nashville, 011 the 1st day of October'
next, pursuant to ihe act direcuiig the meeting.
aup.'4- lm S. R.' COCrCltlLL.'Prca t.-
FEESH SECEIPTS BY NTCU0L fe'pEACOCK.
VUW I'LOITII. Iim bags St Imuis Mills, cxnrcssly
l for family use nog7 NIC0LVPEAC0CK.
OT V.H CANDLES 3iM)lxes,haIfandqiiartcr boxes
O Star Candles augT N1C110L & PEACOCK.
C UUAHSI art bhls Stlnis Crushed Sugar;
O10 ' 4 l'owdcrea "
. -..,,tT, I. lirinArn.-
.MVyllVii s. I J-.ilV.UVjri.
TAVA AA'14VCUYKA U)rTfch'.-a 151
t J old Government Java Coffee t CO-bags Ugiiyra Coffee;
130 bagsRio Coffee. fclCHOL A PEACOCK.
THE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE ErSHEANCE
-- X YE TmmvA their oine to the West side of the Pub
JjL lie Square near the Planters' Bank, over the office of
1) Pearl A Co. BO augio -m.
S. WILLIAA1S Agent tor John Williams, New
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
.fire, abmagainat eriB ofyio setjfinland'nar' yK- f cf.
,gau iTiiiniiniorinrBBM'riiiiwcivi ct-tne ( crintion3, which Vdl bo filled ri:h accuraer and. dispatch.
"p08 S aswUle)lBsnranceann TrastCo,f.Col!e;;oSt. Smancu. I-CTfconE.-rs, oomprisins Pocket Caes. assort-
. -r c OK.WJMoVX resident. eij. Vocktt Vial Cases; sereral new patterns; Spccnlums,
" IMrtJG STORE.
y i. U. XAUVM,
1 Obrmerty 'of the firm of Erin, Broicn&-Co.,)
.c"5.?63;1?!!' fj3"; rM
ilsl on theisite formerly occupied by tbo old firni,' r1
No. aS. College street, three tloorstrom union, wziere-ne
II ,b? pleased to wait upon his ou. menus and citizens gen
ii! v. Particular a'fention is .giveu to iTiyricians' Pro-
' in ca-ses" fir separate; Tooth Forccp and Keys; PtetheAcopes;
-Copping Apjjaratusr Stomach I umps; Dissection Tnstru -
nfevfrrlliin" usuallv kent m this lmemav be found at
' ..""g' JlaHROWN
CTlHrilJCAM. A large stock, and trom the best
manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before'
brought to this 'market. Attention of Physicians to this
partof ray Stock is respectfutlr solicited.
81 J. (yjR0VN.
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted per
.foctlypuroand fresh; full supply at
auB7 . .T. G. BROWN.
T) ERFUM ER V In every style, French, German and
j .American Uo otrnes. Hair Oils, l'omailes. fi.c.ic. .
j' Tooth Powdcrnud Paste, Pivers Aromat:c Vinegar, Glemi'
ir s Oil, Hell Lavender, brown
rters Jospin i lb bars, togi
, ot j'lain i na rancvcsiaps.
Shell andliutTilo Dressiurond Fine
der Pulli and Roxcs, Lilly White, Alabaster, Ac.
uug7 J G R
P'EKIN TEA COMPANY. I have a full supply of
the best qualities of Tea-sjiut up hv this Company.
It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Drown & Co., which
five such central satisfaction. The No Plus Ultra .Black
ea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to
anv in this market; abi. Teas iu small caddies of a lbs
each. nug7 .1 G DROWN.
GONt.UUSS WATUR 1 have made arrangements
to keep a constant supply of this water, wbicii I receive
'direiffromths'Spring;3 gross Just received.-
ang7 .1 G RR0WN.
QTONE WARK Of all descriptions ami best quality;
also, FlowerPcts, assorted sizes.
J G BROWN.
BAMIJOO FISIIINti POIjES loo just received;
also, a full assortment of Fislung Tackle, Limerick
Hooks orSnoods, ricinted lV.es. Ac.
aug7 " J. O-JfROWN
1?OR THE HAIR I.vons' Katharioi, Bogle's Hype
1 rion Fluidl Barry and Olirchugh's Tricopherous, at
' augT J G BROWN.
TARCII. 15 boxes Proctor & Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, supjrior article of countrr made Starch.
. aug7 J. G. BROWN.
riAURNIP JfKKU. A large lot of Summer aud Win
L ier, and Summer and Winter mixed,
aug- .T. G. BROWN.
T7OR JEIiLIES.- Snarktins GeUune. Cooiiec s tneet
V Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinjlass: also, a line lot cf
llavoring Exlracfs. nug7 J. G. BROWN.
T EX1NGTON M USTARD , in , 4. and 1 11. Cans;
X.J fresh and just rec'ih nug7 J. G. BROWN.
"VEAST'X'OAVDIIRS and Brown's Ess. Jatriaica Tito
X gcr, Wlii'e lad. Red fjead. Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac. Iird Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Ac
aug7 BROWN, 43, College st.
Tim HAZARD POW
Of HazardvUle, Connccticnt
A. O. IUZAHn, PUEST. A. K. POn0L.sS, SECX".
CONTINUE to ifuraiih Gun powder of all -their well;
known brands, JCnitHCi-y Jiili'. American Snorting
iruifJn Iliflf in kegs, half and quarter kegs and cannisters
ol one pound cacti. Also, a nut assortment ot l'owdcr tor
purposes. The reputation or their Gun l'owder is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly lillcd at
my 1'tncdtr Drpot, North-east comer of the Square.
S. H. LOOMIP, Ag't forthell. P. Co,
WVLL 1APERS.-Just re
ceived. 2.000 bolts of those
beautiful Ft ench Papers, for Parlors,
Halls. Ac toirethcr with a splendid C
assortment cf Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire bcreens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac
gT"0n liand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 23 cts tier bolt.
KLAGES A G0RI1EY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Scwance House.
July 14 ;
W. W. FINN,
41, HAEKET STREET ,
EET-WBltS UMOJJ A.VI1 THE StltTAItE,
OLD AND VELVET PA-
JT PbR HANGlMia. A large
and beautiful variety.
Deccrntire Willi Papers, all
me latest rrencn designs.
IJordtrs, Windoir Papers, Tcnster and Ceils
tre Pieces, a large assortment
Cheap linglazed Ptiicrs 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12 to 23 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and Chkap fob
Cash. ' july7
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE.
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKA WAY'S AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
3?- Take PAUTICUEAR NOTICE that cTg
Stout's Coach Shop is ou CLARK STREET.
TKOJLvTnOllGil XUOOS WAtKKK.
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, HairDrissErs, &c, &c,
Xb. 15, CnUr ttrtd.
HAVE opened their new establishment.ind ofier to their
customers and the public in general inducements ner
erbefore ofi'ered in this city. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a cull will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dressing,
Ac., we have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in the ci3 aud as to
convenience and comfort, cannot bo surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and sec with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied and
crflV body. aug3 tf
UlilVEKSITY OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPAE.T
JEENT. mllK Aiiniinl Honrseof Lecluies in this Denertment will
X commence on MONDAY, November It, and will ter J
mmatc in Ihe ensuing JIarch.
.Uuis Jones, M I), Professor of Practice. '
.1 , Ridpkll, M D, Professor of Chcmistrv.
.Waiusex Sto-ve, M D, Professor of Surgery.
A H Cexas. ii D. lVofessor of Obstetrics.
A J Weodehbubx, 31 1). Professor of Anatomy.
Gustav.vs A Norr, M D, Professor of Materia Medica.
Thomas Hcnt, JI 1), Professor of Physiology and Pathology.
ConsEUCs C. Beako, M D, I Demonstrators of
Samuel p. Cnorns, M D, I Anatomy.
The nxims for disscct:ng will be open from the third Mon
day in October to the First of April.
The Faculty are Yisiting Physicians nnd Surgeons of the
.Charitv Hospital, and attend this institution from November
to April. Tne Students accompany the Professors in their
visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in this
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
the year. THOMAS HUNT, JL D ,
aug3 wSm Dean.
I REFER the Farmers to tbe statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby nnd L. F. Bradley. I liave seen it in
operation several times, I am satified ofilsgreat utility. As
be season is advancing, I nowoirerthose 1 have onhandfor
$200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
"junc29, 1833. Nashville, Tenn.
NAStmuB, June 2S, 18.r8.
Col. L P. Che.tiiam: Dear Sir: I lutve been usiiy;
he "Reaping-and Slowing Machine" pnteniented by Manney
ol Illinois, which vou are now offering to the citizens of Ten
nessee. Itis a fikst rate labor saving MACinxE. It works
neatly and EAPioLT. The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the sjieed of the team. If the team can
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fiflcen acres
n ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of tbe public
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
mni-n the followincT statement: We have had for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines, we havctried it in clover nnd grain blown and tan
fled, .and I now state that it mows and cuts cleaner tlian the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
bands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per dav.
June29-tA2V: L F. BRADLEY.
Order of Business,
Dec. Term, 1853. Supreme Court.
4th Circuit, 1st week in December, 1855.
18th do 2d do do;
7tli do Sd do do;
Oth do 4th weckandlstand 2d weckin Jan., 18."4.
8th do 3d and 4th weeks in January, 1S34.
tn. An sih nmllst week in February. 1R."4.
Criminal business from eaMi Circuit, taken up and dis
posed o at tne famo nine assigneu ior io en 11.
1 1, i.rtv,rv.irtL J. P. CLARK.
T-'OU SALE. A Farm of 120 acres of Iind, 6 and a
half miles from Nashville, on the Lcbanou Pike. The
principal portion of the Farm lies in Sfone's River bottom,
.t.Ar J,rhalauco heavily timbered; improvements
are very good. In. fact, there are two sets of improvements
on the place, with all necessary out houses, with Wood and
Blacksmith Shop first rato water, and it convenient For
particulars apply to De7drfSt,
Or, GEO. I). HAMLET,
serAii On theprcmises.
-VYriUTE LINEN HANBKEKUIllKl.-e
V 1 havo received a clioice lot oi uiuru uuuuiuuu
For sale by tept29 M 1 UU & Jlctt-U,
DB. BLEDSOE'S ALT2EATrVS.C0KP0ITini
m lirmedyoctr all Hamlk foe thelHrfismif the Lirttl
- J)peptsUi, Eijargtrntut anJ fafiamati'M tfoj-Ui
ittarfiurn, Colic FUiUtlcua, Film, OeMtitjntUm,-alt
dieJc of the Boiutt, eni ftdi d'tbtatn et ar'ft frQtu a
dinrdtri tixtt cf ft SloiruicA, lAter r JtotcrU, (t
Arofate gad, Sore of any 'r GiPiTtl Inlity,
ftvm trfic IszdUtjreyuentfi tvlfer, tktre is not i(t
(fuatin tie tcMn i&Uria Jfedioi.
TflE' ihvenior of this nreiiaratisn rma far three year g
-completely prostrated from Dyspeiisia and inactivity ol
the Liver that h'e was frequently for weeKS at a time unable to
raise himself from his bed. Ife sought aid from physician?
all.nm.nn.ltiVimTd hnf in TMin- Ki. m,JUI B liVnftnniUll
, topci by thou3ands,'and it was 'by accident that he sue- .
1 ceeaetj'in curinghimself. Sincobs has been practicing m?d-
i-icute.Jus success izt sucu cases lias. Deen unnvauea. tu
has been aware of the incrtdnlitv of the nubile, lind conse
quently said notliing thioi'gh the press of his own case.
until the character of the medicins was fully established
by its success, as shown Vy the certificates which hav e oeen
I subjoin the cerliticaie of Prof, M. Gaebsst, of Meaipbls,
Ttnu.,witli whom ItilVn advised during the tiice ot nly
suSering. , r
Mrarnu, Tenn., April 17,1552..
I h'erebycertily that I lava beeu aoiuainted with Dr. J
N. DIedsne and some years ago he was reduced I eel eve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed,.with wliaf I supposed to be D-speps-ii and Liver aflection.
t rt .v.t - r-i: : ..i i
Phys:i.iansj aro requesfed to try this preparation. "We
feelsati.fied it will sustain the character We give toit in this
HcxTsntXE, January 12, 1S52.
Dr. Bisnsoc: I tike the Jibeitr aud fell it to te my duty
to recommend to nil persons suffering from disease of the
stomach' and bowels', vour Alterative Compound, as a very
sepcrior medicine. MvS6n. arcdlS rears, had benn under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I coa
clvidcd to try vour Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe:
entire; cured liinu MICAJAU CAYCE.
HorrsviLLE, Oct 17,1852.
Dr. IIlkdsoe Some time lias eiapsed since I gave a cei
tificate that my wife bad been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving to
thepublie, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject Jo the worst kind of Sjielis of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I bod tried of several whom I thought tobo
tlie best physicians in tlie place and a great many difieren
medicines, with momentary relief. Bein persuaded to try
yourt'alterati e compound, I did to andl am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I Would conscientiously
recommend It to all jcrsons suffering from diseases of tho'
liveraud dyspepsia. N,B. ROBERTSON.
UtijrrsvrtiE, Sept. 29, 1851.
Da. Blxdsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my dntr te say to tlie public, that
I had been for years subject to spells Of 'Cramp Colic, in its
worst foi-m ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven byphyxiciaus, and never Jbund any thiugttiat would cer
tainly relieve me, until! tried the above medicine, which fias
relieved me in even- attack in less than an hour.
" W5L B. LLOYD.
Giles Cocjrrr. Tcnn Dcc-23, 1S51. '
DcBlcdsoe; I feel that 1 should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, Were I not by further j
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re- -
liered me, so that I liave not liad cause to take anything in j
two months. I can eat anytliing I want with impunity, and ;
believe my health is as ooasit ever U at my advanced age. 1
Should I ever sull'er from dyspepsia again I shall b3 sure to
can on you. i am very rcspecitum- vnunnemt.
ELIZABETH J. HAP.WOOD.
Hcstsvillz, Ala.,August 24, 1351.
This is to certify, tliat I laid suffered for many vears with
D vspcpsia and Diseases' Of the liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without mr receiving any beii-
efit'when I cotnmencod tbo use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative 1
Compound, which cured me iKiundly, and I recommend it !
becauso of tho same happy effect upon others of m v acquaint 1
ancc. JOSEI'H CAROTUERS. I
HcxrsTiLLi, Ala., JIarch 3, 1852. j
Hi? Rr.VTWlP St .TnHirinr. firm, tla i.tlftn-fae rr.,, .
haveal ready advertised, it will Ce almost unnecessarj-for me
to add furtlier evidence in regard to the healing virtues ot
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of tho spleen,
and thought tint I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing j-our compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or SO pounds, aud feel about as well a 1 ever did.
HENRY J. G0FF.
J57"The above medicine i forsale in every Drug Store in
the citv, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DEIiSUOTT, General Agent, for wholesaleing the med
icine. S7"Price$l per pint Bottle. covlS lvd tr
DR. FE ASH'S
AMR. WINTERS liad lost nearly all of bis hair and
had been bald for many years; by the use of thrte 1
tUs vf the iUgndie Ointohent. iwl hi ftair entirely r- '
sUvdl, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any 'man 1
could wish. His age is about $0 years. ',
A son of llr. Warren, of this town, It years of age, had
been afHictcd with the Asthma from his cradle- He had 1
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and j
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It wa3 one of j
the most aggravated cases I oversaw; be was emaciated al-
most to a skeleton. By tbo use of a few bottles of the Oint- t
men t he was ti&rovgltig cured, and for seven months past has '
enjoyed robust Iieafth.
f his was an extreme case of infatmmation rf Ht4 spUm,
oriong standing; has avaiiety of treatment from no less than 1
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was I
I cured bv tho use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint- ,
1 ment. This was four months npoand the ladv laMrs. Dun- 1
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. 1 liave treated two cases of Chronic Sort 1
Kijet with the Ointment, both of tho patients so nearly
Uind, as io need an attendant to lead tliem from place to
place. One of them liad been afliicted Is vears, the other '
about 0 years. They bad tried the best physicians in the j
State, without benefit; and one of thetn had been under tho I
treatment of tlie celebrated Dr. Jluizy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, nnd bad expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to etfect a cure. They are uow by use of the
Maenetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to anv ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no case has it j
fa'dttl of vidua immeAutt nUef 'andtieneratlna wriniiunt 1
I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery- ,
sipela3. And last but not least, I have within the last year J
cured our cases of UAJiUrJK bv the use ot tlie Mtiannic s
From a thorough trial of fheOiniment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, 1 can.confidentIy re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered f o the public. Respectfully 1 ours.
JIUUllU llUlilir.Lili, .11. v.
Dafed Jan 27, lS-'O, Amelia, Ohio.
Tlie 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 tu tbe use 0!
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by H. G. SC0YEL,
BERRY A DEM0VILLE,
mav6 CARTWRIGHT A ARJISTR0NG.
IilA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clirk Stiiket, Nashville, Texm.,
Sat door io IT. fi. French,') Grocery VTartfonut, and. op
imite Mbrrit if StrailotCi
ALL kindsoi carriages for sale, with harm
to suit All work sold bv tne is made
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made JNorth or r-ost
Repairing done with promptness nnd dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it wlicn
promised. All orders promptly attended to. fmarlS.
' ' ACASix
I HAVE tills day associated with me in the Saddling Bu.
siness my son, A. C. MARC1L The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. AU
persons indebted to me, by cote or.account, will please come
up and make payment J. D. MARCH.
J5" Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited,
ian J. 1). MARCH A SON.
LAND WARRANTS. We are buying ana pay ing
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS Per
sona at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which they are sellingntthotimeinNashvilio, and
the cash remitted or paid to order.
jlv21 DYER PEARL A CO.
: BEN. 31. NOEL & CO.
GROCERS, AND COMMISSION. BECEIYING AND
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
E, F. BELL.
Wholesale ana Eetail Grocer, Dealer ia Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Eeceivmg, Forwarding and
Opposite Sewanee House, Collego st No 23.
IIEURMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Teems. Ono Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention,
feb 2 lv.
O. C. CABUTH. W. TEEUT. 1. C. DEW
CARUTH, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS TN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
ir.4 .V.irint SLaiul 25. JArcftwt St., PhihJeTphia
1- . TiTL UT.TruSnTrS AJ.TEnATlVilUUJirtJUKIl I ESTAiIT.Tottotv wa -mrv vphii ' 'Trirr-lriVar 'rrrrTT-Tf t : Vrsr .
ana wtnte inusor-; M Delias other countries, nthout reh'ef, he finally suceeded
, nu ana ii l iul uis ipitaw iiiuuuaui umuv I iiysiciana in UIW
;inerwiiu general w W1ti, a iircpuratiou of his oita ui bin restored to good
Mir i.rau teiutiu II. UADBERT, M. D.
Comb. Ivory do. l ow- I
He 'iAl is! i
I y" . Good4 are aslecW and purchased.br ourselves;
withcreatmrainQiohesnmrkBti.w)iiph onnblps ia
JoaoU low for CASH " tliir t!nSin nrtrATSit .CTtTtrt
keep dry; afldwc-c!t a3chcip.as.inyhon?e ia'ttecoun-
iry. loys. i ockct intlcrv, l'lstolM, KcvoitelS andisun-
cocking; Spanish CIgnrs, A:c, Ace. jidy jr-l
fry. Toys. Pricket Cntlcrv. Pistols'. Hcvoltas andis-hv
- a . a. .... . j.
j CC: Jtiiy Z) (.
Scured ly ttso Disti.nct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Machines We had' nunierous'di-'
nlomas.and medals awarded fd thW. as ther best Sew.'
ingMachincs ever devised. They now form on of Ihe mqst
aiiraciivoieaiurcs 01 tup ureal txsibttion at the Crystal
Palace in New York. . . ,
TIu; proprietors having perfef ted thircreaV mannfiofory
inNework, are noiy able lb produce 'tile' Ha'chlhesT at a
cheaper rate, nnd,ha'vo'detertamedtdcrro.the lrtnefitt6-the
public, by reducing tio price $3tT. Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will bo sold at-citber ofour irgijlar offices
tJICO Cnsh. without Deduction or Disconnt."
Of the admirable qualities of these Machines fot all the
work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer,. Saddler1,
Carriage Trimmer, OjP Maker, aniCorset Maker, it, Li.un
necessaryto speakj TJie.haractercfthem.ichviesfortlieo
branches of business is establisbeil, and they are known
and admitted fo bo the most perfect itislrumcnts for'thft' linr-
TMseevcr devj3ed. The cleaxjiroSt oti each mitcliioo- is4
mini ?w ro ijiowa rear, depending on the luicaaai and.
diflicalty cf tlie work done. Wts rlesire call Jie pirt icu
lar attention of Shu; and OJlar Miuufocturers to our ma
chine for stitclung fiqc linen and ootton gtods. - We can.
satisfy any pcrsou interested that to other machine has ever
done or can do this kind of stitching perfectly, The-pricc of
the machine includes the necessary articles for usius.
When ordered they aro packed, complete for immediate use,
nnd full printed instructi jns for psing.ure fumUhetj.
Either of the Express Companies, or Merchant visiting
the places where onr offices are located, afibrd a convenient
medium for purchasing mechinciS. -
Principal Oflice. No. S28 Broadway, N., Y.
' - I .. "Ail astungton St Boston.
J. IJ. Burrows Patent Plantation
THIS Jlllldirers from all others In tbe construe tifia of
the upper or Knnning Stone, hich is composed ot
French Barr Blocks, enclosed iu a cast Iron Case, which
forma the buck and hoop of the Slone with a Cast Iron Eye, or
Buii,lhanl5orzreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top, which is secured to the back by f.)urbolts, so that
every block is la the form of a dove tail, which civet greater
strength to aStonetbanaDyotaer motliod which is required
In small mills, where tbe atone is run with great epeed, and
becomes dangerous if not strongly made. It also gives any
weight to a atone of small diameter that is required without
hating itthick or high, that makes It top heavy.
Ibis mill la a square frame made of wood or cast iron, In
the form of a bin'.-, with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, Ring
Driver, anil Kegulatins.5erew, and grinds neon tbe tame
principle as a lari.e mill, differing only in tbe Runner Stone;
this being of great weljht enables It to grind nearer.the cen
tera greater quantitv of grain with less power than an; other
millDuwiu use. This mill is portable, andrnay beattached
to steam, water, horse or hand power. .
A LSO, all sizes of Erench Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph H. 'Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is tho inventor, for
which be obtained betters Patent la 1942. For allinfruiffe-
) merit the purchaser will be held responsible forlhe right
These Mills do not require a UIHrl;!it to sttbemup; and
6llthatUnecsnry to put then la operation. Is to attach a
hand to the pulley 00 tbo spindle, with a drum sufficiently
large to run a twenty-four Inch Mill 210 revolutions per
miante, attached tn Gin, Steam.or Water Power. By the
staady application of twobersepower the Mill will grind sX
to e bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
as writ as corn The thirty Ineh mill, if put to Its fullest
speed, wilt grindfrora ten to fifteen busbelsper hour.
1 bese mills are warranted to ba la every respect as recom
mended. DntacTiots roa Usivo FtaeeyourroillaboutMfeetfrora
the Driving Pulley in a Jevel position; make the belt of
leather alx or eight inches wide. Give' tbe Stone540 revolu
tions a mtnnte with ttracun. Keeptbeuerk and step ot
the spindle well oiled- Place thenar oa. th back of the
Rnnntog Stone, In tbf same wayta the Cross ou tbe Driver,
that is, tbo way thoy are trimmed to Tun.
Raftr toTbos.Patterson,Ksq.,ofIllzhland county. Ohio,
Jesso Beat,sq.,nf Clinton county, Ohio;0. S. Bradbury,
Esq . of Cincinnati, and a number of o'Jrs.
All orders directed to JOHN E. B0UJIA5,
N.S3 Broadway, Sashville,-Agent for Mbldleand East
Tennessec,or ' i. It. BUItHOWS, '
jtn 2tt d. tr-w. A w.ly, West Proat st.Cln..O
rjMIE GltiEFENHEHW COJIl'ANY Takeathis
1 early opjiortuuity of acknowledging the tjrmteotnjili
)ic;ipaiil to their Medicines bv the
TENNESSEE NTATE MEDICAL SOCIETY
in their resolution oOIay oth. "Tliat they shall urge upon
the Legislature the passage of a Law, requiring titereetjxe
fur all these medicines to be tiled.'' by which tho members
of the said societymay be enabled to have all the use and
benefit ofthem gratuitously.
The G. Co. take the liberty of snggestingtrt the Bakers of
Nashville, to petition the Legislature, not to permit any
families iu the city to make their own bread, without ma
king known the imnlus operandi, ns such secret proceedings
are injurious to the well-doingof Bakers, and ought not to
be permitted. The grounds are precisely the same'.
?nir In TfM.isl.it ivr iefs to coninel the public to applyto
11 ijficiors were always miauiuic, iueie iinyuw wu.w
them universally, but unfortunately we have befiire us the
Crescent City paper ot Uie tiit ot septemncr, irom woicn we
learn thatl '
IKlOUT OF irV'ERYlOO CASES OF YELLOW TEVER
treated scientifically by the faculty have died, and
ys coses of every iuu
jo roics vj m,crj iw
treated ftyW women, the non-mcdiwlmembersot tee now
ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the Ho-
moepathic Doctors, havo been cured. .
Such statements as the above are injurious to tmj profes
sion, for people are easily led cstray, and may be induced
to attach less value to Latin prescriptions and expensive
Hiroglyphics, and occasionally trust to tho dogmas of coni
mon'sensc.laid down in plain English, to the Ura:fenbcrg
Medicines, which are warranted tu do no harm, and lr
which no money is exacted if they do not prove beneficial.
It is well known that the
Dysentery Syrup und the Childrens' Panacea
of the (iral'enbcrgCompany,fiavc,intwo years past saved
20,000 lives, from Flux and Dysentery when all other rem
edies had failed. '
But it seems that the objection to theso remedies is that
"it fa an attempt to send forth medicines without the pres
ence of the Doctor" who is thus deprived of tbe pitrper.de
CTceof aid and comfort that be should receiyeifor furnish-
lntr the proscription, "Jlute tlliiu luearjfmae. Ihe Doctor
, 1 i. ii i .i .I i f i : 1 sn;i-
ana mo ineuicine suouiu gu uigemer, iuo jieui-i k-ws-j
have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder.
TO TJtAViiLWIRS GOING NORTH.
United States Ulailliine
Through in -18 to 50 Hours-,
NEW YORK AND ClTAJlLESTOy SEMI
. WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LIXE.
LEAVES Adr'a Vhanes every Saurday
and Wednesday, afferthc arrival cf the'ears
aSs?ji23i3 irom ine jsoum anu v esu
Uu buturuay, me new ana spienaiu steamer j
ger, 1,500 tons, S. Dickinson, Commander 31 nrion
l,2o0 tons, W- Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday tlie Union, 1,500 tons. Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Tbos. Ewtn, Com
These' steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed aud comfort Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and bibles supplied with every luxury, will Insure
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State-Room Accom
modations, apply at the office of the'Agent
septlS HENRY MIS3R00N,
CornerEast Bay and Ad get's Sou. Wharves.
Cabin passage 2 Steorage
BY virtue or a writ of Vendici ni- Exponas to me di
rected from tbe Circuit Court of the United States
for the Middle District ot Tennessee, which ii fouuded on
a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 2Slh day of
March, 1853, wherein Joseph U. Shepherd was Plaintiff
and Hetty Lanier and Felix R. Lanier Were Defendants
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Court house
door in the city of Nashville, on Monday the 7th day ot
November next, all the right, title, claim an.d,r! nj
the defendants in and to a certain house and Jot y '"S" L "
being in the citvof Nashville, on College -lUun4am
samlhonse and lot now occupied by Ya A C''f,
as a Hardware' Store, which fias been levied upm and tym
he sold as the property of tbe fS&T
""Sept 2Mw tds JtoW DUt-on'
Vr r.7 tilli Jfl, TT.;r,T.s.T..K!-i
1 No. 139 Baltiri-.ore'St..Daltrmore.
1 No". 197 nm St.; Cincinnati. .
I. 11.. SINGER. A CO
. i . tiJi iftK a C'Qpif.
than 5 moviitkw A now etliiiuiy tiL .sew!
nitil iriinmriiif nis.1 fctiifT '- -&Jf'J
IIP HUM lt."S Iff 'I'll. .MTMI. i
AND HAXD iltlOK )r the AFFldCrrI - cfataIniBcn
I l!ir(rprevei.tl,in'vrlttc3ina fimUur stvle-, avoidini: a
"-iS l,ce!'ca ii tfo,tri-.-rcrUitngtbit woolfl otfeod the -
tar fdeceocy, 1'wmtherwnHoVsoaietweiilv jfarssuco- j
t ileJirau; or nnrate n.iinr,.
the cure of Ihsr above Rs-
.symptoms aud cure of tbe
itsii.uAkjor, TKa.AKor. nr Obsietcic.j-s prsx fot.
UAU le Mtth'ortnius work muibs tli TnW,ritT ofthwe"
wks-wl w advertistflo cure tl difeBSosi)T-T.rnch(dt-trcuL.
js.agradiatc 'of.tine of the. best Colleges ip the Umttd,
stales, tl i.lr.irif n.-. nfi.n... 1 . .. 1
7 - r- ; iajjw-uH, inuiiiucuu IIUU It) U1Q
rawil05ity t0,V'-t"ni'fnll'ractioe, as a successful f , AHJ person sending a WENTY-FIYE. CENTS en-.vrifriAcjyifiict.-tiooar.
in whose bow.r and integrity fcWes, maletter. rill reeeire one copy of this work br mail.
mayTtaestestoosindence. 3 or tivecojvirt wilfhe sent for One ifcikr. "X
JOSEPH I)XGSHOn3. SI. I),
lda...W0cwjjiii,I, p.. or Pcv. EjavHum-.l'iur.-
' -AntLrnu.-.It gives rue i-Jeaiurc to add iuv totimoov to 1
w professional uBility of ttie Autlwr of tho "lltirieal Man. I
f V3'" ' '1'IlfII,u? eases of I&cue3ort!ie-GcnitaI Organs; j-
4 Jif-i"'t?,t "aK ol lbdystautaag, haye came under jnr ne-
tirwi in ichioli Ku t' !! I. , L. . A.. ...:r. -
4'f V k - " w?u'a,,' " TOionog 10 per-
" -'COwsWered li)na metlit.it afft.J lit theftattfeiiltfif mi-
nal AVealaiwyjOrtU-sarraftgefnentof tbe-furttftionsprodred I
uf njii aouso or excess oi- venery, x an nut cnew 1113 svrrs
riqr Jn the pnessjoii. 1, liave'beeu acquainted with thq
Adthbrsome tiiiitv vear&.and deem u itii mun2h.n itisitis.
to-him, as ivcll"as akmduessto the uiifcirinaate' vfctibi of
carIy;qdicreijon, to reconrmend hira as one-, in ithoiapro-femianil-slillarrf
mtt-arily, they mav safelv uocfule tiu.m-,
9"!:V !i,T,: AlF,- W)iiW WARU M. D,
jTliiir a,;yftthQut; exception, tne most compjeheusivs: t.pd
intelligjblij wirk piil(llm on the-class, of uL-eases nhirfi
it treats. ' A vdTWiiU'tt technical terms, it addreos itfelf
.to the rethm of Its liwde r If Is fret from alt ubjeetiim
blc matter, niitluo rRt, Jrowever fustidious, cnuobjtet
to placing it in thftiuudsoflusEous. The autlior baa 'de
voted uujiyyean tothe treatment oOne-various complaints
treated of, add trim Too Iitfe breath t!put,, tad" 'too lit
tle presumption' to mije," Be has ottered to' the vorld at
itjie-iperely nominal prjoi i( 2o cents, 1ho fruits of kiuiu
twenty ytarsnH.S!in-isful jreiee''yrti-ui.'.
"No teachtroriwre.iislioulu bo svitliout tlie knowtejg
srmwrtodTnfhls h.ra1fWrilfivnrtr It n-miliT-LTri. vn
4im. itHi'rtrattrtion'ttifl irtint- to tlio voulb imifer lht4r
,.i..i resqYienaiierYiiiaa in uwo. iu wnunaot vHira-
ftqr Medical llanual, says: "Thousands upon thoueunds
of Oqr youth, by evi' example and inrhttrieeofthc nnssions.
Il'tro buen telmjo !! Babit f self potlurton wMKmtraIiz-
in;r the sfn- tttJi fearful enaseqsencea npim tbenasesves and
I posterity. .ThetcOMfitutien. ot' iki-asnds w hp arc raking
ftniUies luve beun ca-K-ulrit. :i n -i U. ip down, und'they
J do not know tlie csa'seor ihe cure. Anything tnat cau be
: doao so "to etlighlen imd inlliten-.' Hie public miml as to
s' ciieek, aiul irfiifiulely to lilnkove this wide sprawl ioureeof
1 uuiuau n-ictCiirMurwi, wwiki coilr tbe greatest blessing
iiv. iu uju i in uesiis vuixsi, on uie present ana
cpuiing general ioi(S. Intemiwrance (or the use oTinloxi
(Sitiug; drinks,! tfiongU it has sbiu thousandi trpori thoui
ands, us not a gretv scourge to IIki human nee.' Accept
my thanks on- tiehalf cf ihaAlRicted. and,.Tenr co..worke? ia
tab gooI, wurk you are. so aotively engaged in.'4
Untrcbpy, (securely euvdopedj) will be fonvanled, free of
postage, to ariyipart of the United States for 25 cents, orf.
copies fftrSU"' Address tpost pAtd,)
rubBsbers, Box Vt$, Pliilaii.
JVoIisdlcxs, Canvassers and B00E Agents supplied on
the uiost Iibcnj terras. septLT ly
VALUABLE mON-PEOPESTYASD FAEHF0SSALE.
THE subscriber would call the attention, of those who.
wish to embark, in the Iron business, also those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile firm, to the following
property which he offers forsale.
1st. Jackson Furrticeand lands, say about 2500 aeres.
This furnace- if on Beiver- Dim Creek, Dickon counly,
Tennessee, -and the Sack is the largest m the State, being
47 feet high. The furnace, except the stack, is now being
rebuilt, and WHIbe ready to put in blast by the 1st of No
vember.' ThbronteoftheNortItvWestemltailroada3 sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace The ore is un
f urpassad, and the timber, and grouap admirably adapted
Also,Belleview Furnace, and sbntat acres of land,
including the Dickson ore bink. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, aDout three miles Sonth cf Clrsrlotte. There is a
pood water power, and alto good farming lands attached to
-Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 37,
00 acres' of land. The fall is 2 feet, and the bead of water
immense. There are some Tery fino Cirming lands in this
tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, tbe Mill Creek property and Dwek River 'ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek' sites, of
which there are five or six, present the best water power
for the site of the stream that can bo found in any country.
The Duck, River ore bank is tbe lieayiest-drposite of ore in
the State, aud the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck" Riven and tbe land's around are covered with ths
best coaling timber.
Alo the Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of H.irpeth, in
Davidson ctninty, Teunosaee, with ten acres of food for
bad Jing and m ichincry. It is unneccs: arv to speak of the
waier power at ine narrows 01 Aiarpein. ji 1 mown 10
every one, und twenty-live years of experience enables th
tubscrihertospcak wilh certainty of its grent benefits and
usefulness. Itis.indeed, only to be seen tobe appreeiated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which tor beauty and fertility is second to none Tlie house
is large and airy, andtbeont-buildingsof the best descrip
tion. It is intersected- by the Southern Railroad, and also
by the Nashville, and Franklin Turnpike. It, is 11 miles
from Nashville ' and 7 from F'ranklin. It is a "meadow
farm." 'watered br Little Ilarpetb. and tho best evidence ot
its quality is the nay produced on it this year, which all I
Itisaltegetheroneofthetnost desirable tarrus for beauty
add profit that is in'the South-west. It contains about tm) j
Ttieabove propertv is oDered forsale, notforthennrpose .
oipmni or speculation, out siuquy inimuie iacunat mo 1
ibscribeTs health, nukes it necessary to relieve himself
the care, necessarily incident to so much real propert-? lo
cated at different points, and renders him enable to give
that personal attention which it reouircs. '
Anyone wishm" to purchase any of the above pro
will pleasa call on the subscriber at his residence, er ai
dress bun at Cood Spring P. O, Williamson county'. Ten
neesee. ang31 1m M. BELL. "
Cincinnati Enquirer wHl publish the above tmtll the 1st
of January, 185t, and send hill to this office.
"XTEtJKOKS FIt .SALE. The subscriber has ser
X i era! families of Negroes that he will sell at private
sale o persons residents in uhs riaie. anu wnp inicmi io
keep them therein. Residence on tho Nnsl.Yillo and Frank
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. ' M. BKLL.
1") ANA WAY from the subscriber on tho wght of 9
Ai the 3nl iD3t, liis negro boy AMOS. He is about
r .l i
20 years of age, 6 feet ! lOiiicliesbigh andwejghsl. ,
iiuuu ill i i .i 1. 1 -. ui. in .. w.tM- ............. u.-.-.p---
bair and bine eves, and will rut doubt attempt to pass him
-1...... 1r.il nAnn.l. 11a la n Kn-.llt T11.ll.ff1
self as1 n white man. He waf raised bv a Mr. Dickey; of
Spartanburg District, and was purchased bv Oupt. James
Bonds of Spartanburg C, H. He is probably lurking in
tho vieinitv of that town, or mav attempt bis escape to a
! rrC.,i1 ll.'n.t.jvD'iwMilluirHlHiorlveltetnis
, - onlx)th shoulders causod'-brtVurU.
old, which has n scar on both shoulder tonstjd' -by' wurU, t
and is stiou ueiuml, ts qtnee in gain anil steps snort, noms
the bov to b" lodee"! in any iiil in the State. All esase
for keeping thelinrse wilt also tewiid.
Newberry, S. C. July, W. G. NKEL.
VALUABLE FAHM FOR SALE. -
-w- IT'TTT t I . V. ... f .'..(. .r.l
miles from NaJiville. on the main IHiisville aud Li
Gall&tin Turnpike, containing alu-ut viacres of j,ood Land,
onehalfofwlrchis cleared and in a big! state of cultiva
tion, and the other half of -wood land, srmsl water ti3 there
Is in the county, and i lestv of it. Tte impnivnment-s con
sist of a large and comnioltous Dwe'.liug,. Kitchen, Wash-
Ttnnm Srn.llift !Toili. ristiKTl. 1CB Ho'lsC NejTTO CablHS.
Spriog House, Dams, Cribs, Ac. Ac. Also, a tine Orchard
whole, or if desired, t will sell 120 to 1 -1& acres,, lneludtng
all Ihe improvements, spuncs, Ac. The Louisville Ra't-
, . .1 1. .t, fl ... I, 4
ttn be given atanytime by the purchaser buying my grow-tii"cmi-
I will it desired liell all my stock or any part to
the purchaser, also tuosl of my house-hold furniture if de
sired, septt Im A. W.JOHNSON.
ERE'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER. AND INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire futbdctioato
every one who has used it and is tbe most superior machine
:.. -..- .i, r- ,.i.;,j, ,!--:.n-.l. It is srtn
pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a bor 12 years or age.
1 11 ...c liuiuum Hl"U" -- , , .
It wilt cut straw or com in the shucs rrsni -
three inches in. length. Mtany EKS
aucea rrora farmers yuu un , '
that in it they
0rfr8!fkiiv.r has ireally extended his means forman
uf mtiKnd he now soPcits for them
!ittnt?on of the public, and the farmers and planters
S&W'wt' He will hereafter be
Mile to fill all orders rapidly, and ensure all machines V
do the work for which they are designed.
I5eln"the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, be
will dispose of rights for counties, or States on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
aud will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sep? Cm JOHN E. ERB.
WANTED. By ayounghdy, who has had consid
erable experience as a Music Teacher, a situation in
some School cf character. She .can refer to those for whom
fche baa tanehV-and is a member of the Presbyterian
Church. Address A. N. Castdiaa Springs, fanrnner
ounty.TennBSSoo. " ipt9-.l
' roattruns inrqin me irogu D!wmuiiisiu iu. . fcept
I residence and farm, as convenient to the city, is offered fir nbe t
, . t .l rfl . r. -.I l . .1 :. . t-l . '
sale, and as I am determined to sell, tin st wishing to par- reas
chase will do well to make early application. Possession I
, 'TIDE Fortieth KdHi'or., with 6m z5ZS
i A- ntmdn?dr Ending jhoning
j Ilnuau Svj-twp in every shape and
.urui, . i o wmca n adueil a Treatise
- n Daw 5f Females, beingof
ropl or bose conteranlatiny mar-'ri-9.
II 1 no father be Bshame-I to pre-
J t f -tnov,uuai-iijs
ar .cony grave Let no young men
or woman enter into ihe'secret obli-
' ?.Srr", 0? r" J"" reading the POCKET
:fS , Jr smn,,R tw
rom 1 badcnled
and tee whole traiu of Despotic scnlatioa, and riven vn
o.ymeirtmvsicianDo, another moment without coosultiBi
the .ESCCL-VPIUS. Hare the married, or tW. &
i jnarrierl. any Impediment, read this trolr useful book, n.s
' 15 has been tlie teoana tf sdrinsr theruandJ of nnfortnnate
wMtimia u : f t . .
t - vat M - Til n Hi llaiQ.
march 153 f. riiild.
IU IU R.-XO PADf KILLER.
rpG KILL PAIN we must paralyse tbo nerves, or in other
"utsis iwTHiGcqa UHfyui rue part to which the euin
. i is applied. '
'. is in 'nrirjalura sensation, ariskig from an injurr
br dfse-x- which, being transmitted along the nerves ta
the brain, pre an uneasy perttptum to tbe mind.
- Remedies reanniendoct to Kili. Pae, or Pais Killkb,"
arouither producers ol Paralysis, or they are not what they
-oru recomtnended for. If the sntftrer of pain is to undergo
a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or
ifthepatt of tho body Suaijrinj the tortures of puin, is to
- saSer an attack of paralysis, wo- think the th remedy must
be wora llun tliA iK.? ltui ;r r..M : ... 1 r.i
i u,ea tt nerves that transmitted thia sensatioH, and tho
ocusra iuci perceire its UDpieasantncss.. must be tHJed also.
If, on tha otb hund, it is nettv "pain l-UUr" it is a mis
hamer. and not whatita cdrertisemaat ckims tor it
Railway's. Ready Relit-r doea not Kill pain, but
it s-.bdues its puroxyismsand relieves the-suiTerer rrora alt
Painful and utrswy (nsationf?. Bad way's Ready Relief is
quick in its. action) it icstaml) relieves, and immediately
atMr seto cbontTeoiovin; the coum of tho pain, it evudVH
nnd ruret, it relieves and removes the troubling causf, and
hence the joy it mfces.
K. 3:. It. -DsTtro Actions The prinwryactien
of Radwuy s ladr Iteiitf is, to allay tbeefieets ofanvpam
ful causes Stmt the human system may be visited with.
Its secundarT actum is, to reiuoro the cause itself; this it
will immediately uccomplisli, for it is so powerful in action
so quick anil eScctual, that the memjot it is applied or taken
!tuv pdiuiui jmvxyiea frucTtu, onu tae unsoanu paru
'nimle whole, stroug, healthy and vigeroos.
Hxtenial raiu.i ilhcmnattsm. Radway's Ready
Relief applieil exremally to the parts where the pain is felt
IwiU instantly allay the parexyUms, matter the cause, or tha
dmgetteti dU, wAk-A etti tk junn, arnl, in a few nio
msnUtlie sufferer will bo quiteeasy. If tho attack is re
' cent a few applications will cure it.
( it Chrome, Radway's Renovating- Resolvent, used io
connection wilh the Ready Rehef, is certain to cure Rben
muismin its rnsst aggravated terms, whether Syphilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular ur intkmstory ur wonderful
cuiesof Rheumatism, cared by IS. It. B. Uemedies, see
Radwav's family F; iend for the month of March, lbM
copy will In seat to all who, wish it, ee of charge, by ad
dressing' Railway A Co., Nlw Yost Citr.i
Painsaround the Liter, Kidneys and Heart are relieved,
-and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple
apphcatiou of R. Ii. ReHeC
Sick Head Ache R. R. ILwiU mall case cure this
distressing coinplainL Its ant acid properties when taken
Into the stoBiachV will neutralize the acid, and make the
stomach clean, and the breath sweet.
.-1 Its counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to the head, and invigorate and s&hren, and refresh
Internal Vains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cho-era or
The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system
nhileit is under theraSuence of these maladies, wilt, ia a
moment; yield to the soothing nnd puio-reBeTing efficacy of
tbe R. lC'EetieC It allays irritation, it arrests spasmodic
action, it neutralises the poisenoKs naastna that causes these
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor
ates with warmth and strength the cold, cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, aud restores each meiuber and
organ of tbo body to a- lie-tUbfotaBd vigorous conditioB.
Kadway's Re-idr Relief, and each of the K. R. 1L ltcme-
dtec, are made muH tne active properties of rocuiciers.
Nothing inert or inaorive enters their oempesiikni, so that
the system is not cfe'gged w ith worthless and inert Butter.
Iu conclusion we would remind jbe reader that Sad way's
Reudy Ruiief, relieves the sufferer from pain iitot kills, aa(
cures or removes all uirmtural caases of Rbeumarie, Neural
gio and Nervous .Or painful ciHiracter.
I ud way's ltcgnkters, prepared from the active prineirJa
alone of Jledknual Herbs, Rous, Plants aad Guaw, will reg
ulate and keep in a healthy condition, ibe bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of Ihe body. Tbey will
cure costivness, rndtgestivoes, mdigesrioD, tiyspepsia, ami
all billrons compkuats and levers.
' Thekidies wm! lind itadvay's Regulators the very beetreg
. r -i . . t... . j- ..1 v . .m .
1 lucwi v w Muf, ill vnjtiiig iwnuc iu mo UI9
j charge of her monthly duties. No griping pains or sieknests
L at stomach fl)llows their opemHoo, but fher iimure. to all wl
! take them 11 pleasant and easy discharge ef the otfals of thu
Radwav's Renovating Kesotvqnt, warowerfHl resolvcr of
ail uiseaseu ueposiis utai uave oeen lying ra use system
ipurnyeroi tneunoa ansta reBovataroi uibwuwq
1 or further infonnatien of tbe wonderfel pain-relcatlng
rind curatir powers uC tbe R. R. RometUes, the public are
re!"etredtocsrriTntWypuMicaliotH, or Guide tobeolthjco-
pies of which can be bad gratis by addressing us at our U.
jti. K. otnoe, ltK i niton street, Aeir lenc
UAUW xx A "JU.,1p rulton at. 1. x.
K. it. K., for sale by Uiasmug-tnenuly.
1 3. M. Z&ilERlIAN'.
Wholesale Agent fcr Tennnessce.
MANDF1ELD3 A CO, Memphis.
IICDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,. .
And Jlruggistasil Merchants everywhere.
J2W DAVID'S KTBEEW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy fjir Rhesmal tsm.Cout, pain In the Si t
Hip, Back, Iambs and joints. Scrofula, King's El il
AMiite tiwclliBzi!. Hard Tumors. Stiff Joints, asd all fliiil
I pnins whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain Cannot
These Plasters possess Ihe advantage of being put np ia
.tii.l.llu.TU. I ....... tl.A .-..I'.-.i llmi, Aill nWiiM In .11 fl
I This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
ckmI 3t? Phvsiewns ami tlift tkotmh in niimL liAth tnthtit -
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
ihrntr about iw 1 ev luens mav Ee some, who ssonu in need
oi its nettling powers w no nave not yet ineu it. rur tnenr
sakes we will simply state what it has done in thousand of
cases, and what it will do for titern when tried.
A VOICE- FROM GEORGIA.
Read tbe following testimony from a Physician.
G cs.Tuoia.sr. Your Hebrew Plaster has crtred me bf pains
of which I have snffercd foTtwelTejears past Daring this
Mh I iumI Vim r
I IMastr nn.l ma mm- hr itfi rond cfftiets ntirelr cnteX.
i will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who aro- suffering from ciratrnction of the muscles, or pemu
i uent pains in tlie side or back.
Tb e people of Georgia have but to become acquainted with
! ts virtues wbtn tbey will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, 31. W. WALKER, M. D
I Forsythe, Monroe county, Go.
j To Mes-srs-Scovil A Mead, New-Orleans, La.
! JEW DAVID'S OR HESREW PLASTER IN NORTH
i Mcssrs. Scovil & Mead: I have been troubled with the
chronic rlieamxt'isH-. fur the last twelve years. On the 1st of
I ,' i iWI1, m jjaj tuat I could not tern raynelf In bed.
i.ii: : ii j: ii : Miriihrir
Plaster," and it acted like a charm; the pain lell me ana t
... m tV . ii-P. '.t Al r- I-f mm sin.! T
more than Halt ot the met, anu m ifm u,
mrideont. I consider the "Hebrew Master the best
edy for all sorts of poinsnow in j.
Hendssonville, N- C, Ang.lg,
sr. sr vw car &r Z3r sr
sSf-The genuine will in future have the signature,
Taylor on the steel pfeUe engraved label on tbo top of each.
users are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar-'
Tin. i-t-nwiic is sold only byns. and onr eccnts appointed.
hroughoat the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it.
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned against buy
ing of hut our regular agents, otherwise they will be impoti.
ed upon with a worthless article.
Forsale by SCOVIL & MEAD, ..
111 Chartres street, New Orleans. j
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWIN, BROWN A Co.. Nashville, Tens.
W. VV. A J. D. BKRRY, do;
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CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG,.; ,
H. G. SCOYEL,
UIIITED STATES HOTEL.
Thi3 loo" established and well-known House has unner
tmna a thoroueh alteration throughout, and furnished with.
K0dfe.shnebIeFORNITXnra . .
The TABLE will always be supplied wiUi the DESTlha
market affords; and the IWprietor trusts, by a-trysteroatlo
conrse. both with servants and tho regulations of the boost
generally, he still be enabled to giver entire satisfaction tc
tLcoe that may farer hiai with their pairenage. , .
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