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rNASHTNN : TlJSI)JTaBl2Il; 18, 1853'.
'tr to fi; -1. -aw
OFI ICB-KoWll, DEAUyUCK STREET.
THE WEEKLY AND AMERICAN Is fiirnisJied
to sulibrslitLkf(U6wtog'iTile3;i5iiig!e copies, oqe
Year in aJfitif ft 'tr0j within the year3 . 0& at the end,
or tlie jear"?4 &li CuTes Of fire and.npwards-rl 4W
per copy lor one year. CInbs or subscritera wQl be re
ceived forirtiKmlhsut'4be5foreg .
lie TRI-WEfci?r jVp'uf .Indied every Tuesday -terd.'
, adv-uice. R .'-...' j. . .
DAILY i published at Eiffht Dollars.
M0NF.Y7 " Llr-OABES TO-.
BmUtanwittfbscriptioas tr bs'iile by maiI.A- our
mi.. -- - ,
paper will tefestWof theStale"imlcs3 the order li ac
companied wifllWecasa.'- " "-f"-
SSfWe are authorized to announce In -W. "Fcssel. as a
caadldato for re-elecliou to thc-(2ice of SliorilT of lMriiUoiii
county. at ibe iKi;! JIan ycct.
EWe areanibirriied taannouivce Joax K. Edmoxosox,
r'r Wf am ouihArirXl Inanmnmni V.xrwtr f!mrvrtntij I
i t tin utccuniiinitt tit t.iiuaiiucvuuiii
MacanduiiJeforliheruTatthBem.uinff.eleclion, , . ,
1-33 i o arujiiminrired o aunounce. Wi
a candidate torShe'rilTorDarrdson county,
mtr.t the euula
rr-r-.,;.,f jt..r, n ii.ni-,.
candidate fur sJjjBirfc at the ensuing clocUon , t
,,. CLERK OF TO F. coUKTr'oorRT. , 1
STWe are Mthowed to announce JomahTkems asa'
j. ivrijc. . i. .4-1. i.:.r. iz . 1.
JSTrc are anttirbadita announce. Btox U. XJhsatoUu
suing election. '
ISfVre are authorired to announce Isaau M. Joxts a can
didate for County Court Clerk, 'at the next llarch election.
' noK flOCSTV TRUSTEE.
E3? We are aiitlioriieil to annpuuee' Jonx "Rains Jbr
reflection as Connty Trustee at lTts ensuing election.
t3?"" Vt'e are authorized to announce Tbouas Snuxtn as a
candidate iorTruJloeof Davidson County
t5T" w4arewtJioriied to announce GconGs Clark as
a canJiJuti; Tur, '('rusiee if Davklion, at the JIaith electicti.
IT" We, arQ.authorUed to innV.Vincc the nkme of' W. K.
HtnwTmCoIIectir)'ns a candidate lor Trusfee lar Davidson
county' at the next Much dertions.
t3T" .1aeT. FAVLKXERisa candidate for Register o J
. 1. . . , n .- . r?r n' ' ' t .1. - rt ' I H
me iauu uiiice lor uiuuie ieuileue ui iuc ciumug prwiu
of tlie Leif Ltiire.
FOR OCTOBER, 1853.
"Galher the rose-bads while ye may,
- Old time ia still a flyinj:;
And thatfwiie flawcrrtiat blooms io-day
- TtHJiorww sliail le dying."
,!ed'to mail f
ate iaHiculailv iboile'i!
tliBiroidpri tSr laeitHces or sinsle Tickets, in these Ma?
-iiilicent Lotteries. n-ithauUleJay. Fovertv cannot be cast oif
too soon: and tbee is no i'uet iu Philosopliv inure suscepti- J
uie oi ueraoHwrauou inau ina. mere uuitiiuii tunu
nate and far-Jitney OtEce ' ' " 1
A handsome Prize for every oiiil
Hut it is vitally luipoilaut to the iutccsiorthc adventure
that be f-hould XXt. ' : -.4 ... .u
i,.pRQEnj:AHL ' J,!I tt x r., .
lly poslponiB jour Oiikrs, jou iiiay . rnis iie, ,tiufe
"nhicb tiikeii at (he. flood, leads on' io foiiu ie," Tlie ooner
one beoin'ci rich'oiw better, and the sooner you" mail jour
orders for a
PACKAGE OR jjlN0LE. TICKET,
Iiithe-paBShu-aod'Liicky lotteries, to our' JVoiId Re-
notrnea ana Jrtn rairiiinaie iepcy. inei-uoner you w in
become rich. Remember that lirocrastination is the thirf 1
. . 11!.,- I I 1 ,
No Almtemcut in Sclliiig'l'rizcs !
1aifaAds, her lest ihooqV "t3"
Ajjtl. l fe l'A of SfiUmlr. -, .
" v r. x t txm p PS m a k 1: merciias .,S:,l":'-"
tSfcTcnpllal Prize 925,000,
Nos. 12,40,71, Sold in a Package of Whole Tickets io a
Club in Mississippi . , , , ,
S28,0th) sold to a new Correspondent in X. Carolina.
$U.000hentin Package ofTickets. to Ohio.
f 15,000 sold loamsrcuintin Pliiladelphiu.
JM8.O00 sold to a Captain nT a Steamboat. " .
int in P.iekage of Half Tickets io Sjmth Carolina.
J?"i,(0 MM to a'l old cnn-e;jonilent in Virgnila.
!f r,H08 sent to Tennessee it u as tlie first order for a Pack
age of Tickets.
$5.X) nt to Camden County, oi ih Oarolin a.
lf Tlie above Piites were -all ild and paid by the Far-
Fanied Prua l-eHcrs and llmlers,
PYHJI. A CO., Ab. 1 Lifftot'.rett. JMimore.-
"Tbe OMMioate Prices ef jiarkagc-iof quarter tickets
onlr, are gVrBb"w,
Oct - lrui.
Price of Price of
' 2. 00 I
is 00 !
' (Kit !
IS 00 i
, 4S 00 1
IS 00 '
. 15 00 i
14 00 j
455 00 I
80 OO I
, 7S Nes..
' 16 00
g"Dra ioirs forwarded to Corresiiondents' by tlie first
miil" aftertbc lotteries are draint.
fCorreioodent8 will plea.se order a few days before
the hrttmes are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
w-lVioirbvthePiicSaige, and the clianccs of drawing four
of tahe largest I'riBea in tue Scheme, are thereby secured.
We ad rive lhe purchase t Packages of Tickets in every in
etunce. nylhmk Draftaor Certificates or Deposit payable iu Gold
a sit will fa tiromptly remitted to those Correspondents
w o'drawprftesatPYFKR A CO'S.
car ReuMHuber A Package or Tickets, can drew j-ocb
(VI IfiAH sol gnu m lirraw in a .-i.-iiv.iwt.
t.liail fur f iiua! and truly
llrokers. EK Jt.. '
tH.l im No 1 Light street Baltimore, Md.
J. II. CUKKKY,
CoHtpr nirftt, Ao. 25, yppr-nUe'&ieJfiee route.
1 " EGS leave to iufixiu his friends and the Puhl'Ctgsa
s geaeraUlv H-a he has opened a regular Cvf-13?
Room, and having Ijought the right for manufacturing i
si wlKng in Middle Tennei-see, Skiff's Patent Indistrucl- '
tbv AirUfikt and Air-exhaustel Burial Cases, the. bc.
- win usefiir preserving ihe corps, he will keep a Mipply
bcbi constantly on hard, together with an assortment of
.. kindseleovere.1 an 1 wood Vollms. He is prepared to ,
furnish gd Haart-sx and any number of Hacks that may i
lie muiteti; alio shrouds of every description, made in the j
Lost htvle, tegeiler witb every eipiipagc necessary fur fune
rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats
and Railroads, or troiH the fHitrmmding country will be
promptly attended to. Particular ati-uloii paid to pie
mring and encssing bodies (or transportjfon. All oniers
left at In Fnntiture and Cotfin Rooms promptly attended
to, both .fight and dav ho will give bis personal attention i
1 Mattrawes of everx' description -
msdetoorieraHdofthe best mutembs and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the be.-t style and with dispatcl'.
augS7 i kn. J C
" SOMlHLNO NEW.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFACMU PiINii t'OMPANY, are nmv offering i
7aii;eliuiu ubmuii, cut in i laiiiiiil ra.-Miniiiiioic i ui
. ...ri .... 1 111 1 T. .. .
lie r ui
lihure at thir 1 !i-kii .hi Market ..treei,Thonias?
new buildiue, (beinmi Uuion Hall and the
STnaiv i wlik-li thev oiler at i.ncesto suit ouicliascrs.
both at i hole tale and retail. They intend to gi e Siti.-I:ic
lion lo pufcbasara wih-ic wurrauien.
OaH uwl examine their Mock. Orders fur Work attended
with detJtc4i. R. H. GROOMS, PieS't
S'.UNaxx. See'y ' l-lil
' CASlil CASH!'." " "
WNTED at tlie Soutli Ksslivill-; Furniture Factory, of
good SKASOXKD LIIMRSR.. . u .
10,00fotf Vf rach Waliitvt'lHauk--wide;
io.OOO da i do do ihi slo-'
f.a,000 do 2 do do do -dB-1-10,0d0
do WaJnnl Scantling, 6 feet long, 4, 5 A 6 in. eq're;
109,000 doClierry do do 'do;
ioj.000 do y ineh Clieny nk wide;
i,00 do &do do ' ilrt; ' '."
lt6i"l'db"5 do do do;
a 11 nrani-oo.
fair priees will le givso in cash. Al-o, 1 or 2 gixid UP
HOLSTERS. None but gocul woiKmea need apply,
i anir '
' vmtsTTiraE! FtniNrruTtEi !
T AM just reeeivinga fine ss-ortiuent ofl'ur-
I nitureol uie latew ana musi !i'i"o".-u--
i.:.i, nfli iu, n-irr-itnxl airpcommend-l ' "
ed, aud will be sold as clrtwtp as the cbeape.t. 1 laving en
atied my Ware rooms. 1 shall keep an assortment 01 0 il
bert'sKUiierierPiuno, also. Window Sliarles, Clocks Mir.
'rofs,A"c. Fstmiture of nil kjnds made to order. Articles
,sent free to tie Railroad or nnvwhere in the city. Kemem-
1 5 o( f W,oi
12 drawn S?10
18 drawn 8
12 drawn 5
1C drawn'' ' In
15 drawn - fi
11 drawn 5
15 drawn ' b
13 drawn 5
14 drawn In
15 ilniwn 5
. 15 drawn 4
1, drawn li
15 drawn t
12 drawn 10
16 drawn 5
12 drawn 10
lSdrtfwri' ' ""S-
12 drawn '5'
18 drawn lo
13 drawn 5
14 lira wn 4.
15 ilrnwn 20
18 drawn 8
' r. '
" - 7 f&,i)w
J! A. 1K
w 17 ia?.e
I I'D t,
A -21 1SI0
1 24 2fi,XH
1 2 euw)
3flH order to secure aroriuno, auu niecau luiiiieuiaw:- i a j iiLuuemiwu.., ii.,i,u.t,-i.w-iniiip,t,. ;
the result is kuoH n, the readers ottuis paper nave j uhstavas a ;iutt, m u, i ioie.-sir oi.jhh.tuijicuii.-iu,
rmitr-asliI)nfUioriin2e tickets, to the Old Estsb- . TnoiiAS HcxT, I D, Professor of Physiology and Pathology
fortunate Exchanseand Lottery ' Couxkuin C. JJe.iki. Jt V, ) Demonstrators ot .
fWIW Co At raai-iu'riiii'ii i -4 na in uuex iwuciiiaii.,
a'Iso 1'ofWtVPf all sizes used for Cabinet' purjsisos,' for
0isi niH be. paid 011 itt-livery.
L Alil.M.i .iL.rkr.itsiwamcii. lonnom
' per 4at, union sireei, unKap.a uh"B. - f- ji iinrtTfiN:
--P:7 . I'.v a r l .U.J.iqRTON;-
-. . - . r
NEW pUWGCTOIU.. '
x'tt brown; ' 1 ' -
ncrh if de v of BUM, jQrotinrd:. CiTt"
C? !IediamsS'IlnteOjl,trfinat-,i4&. AcjAf W ;'BOOTf., SHOT
will lilra1o vail """LSb
1 firipiionK which will be filled with accuracy nnd dipaWjitfl-,,!(,fcr;
I t-F; fntTUUW rn.;.:. t-j.- rtirt
IAil-i.t vTilVPoi' Crfor-iT now V-iaTTii.'tVi KTiAnAiilfii7 T
incaW or wparate: T ooth Forcep and Ke.T: Stethoscopes;
JSupninj Anparatn; Stoiuacli l'mfip.sj..DisfMqon lns!ru-
a,4c"lru.scsinevtry variety acooiple'.eaiOrtDiefir.,
brought to thja mar
.part of my stocS s respeclfull
0 fectlypuiand freile
PERriiWEUY- Ir-cvJiarjSTJ-renclUsrUiaij aaa )
American CVilosues, IUir)ilj, J'omadea, Ac, Ac i
Tmth-l'mi dcrnnALiSte. PiveriArOnmt'Cf Ineca. (ICMia 'f
Rnsn llf-ir'x OilP! Larendfrl-. bniwh and white 'Wlriilior
4Soap, IJarbers'ioapIq 1 lbbars, together with a jneralas-
SI.ell and DnlTalo DreinsandTneCoa,bsIr0rjrJo.n'ow-
derl'uffij and Tfoxea, LUl)WWte, Alabaster; Ac; ' r'
" ang7 - 4.0BR0VX.
TEKINTBA'COMIAY 1 haroai
JL " Hiebuatquilitiei ofTea., putuphr. tlU-
"wthe Mtntorrofr iiptpyAwiiLJUrpTO
mriip!i rfnent siitisirtinn. i he rse I'Iiia
1 5 and l'lantation Imperial atcr Ihonpht tn be-snnorcto i
any in. this market; also, lea m sll.radihM.rfJ! libs .
eUilu- anj7 . - . , . . . ? 0 UR0y- - L
( rONGRKSS V A TISIl l.liavfl 4nade.arrunceiuent3 ,
i J to ktcp a constant supplv of this water, vfliich lieceire
jftlS.1 rlT.. O " . . trJ 1
i uirrvi liuui uiv oillli'Ki iwo juancvciicu.
- Y i ii ncnrvr
X also, a full assortment loE-Fishipj; Tackle,- Limerick
Hooks orijnoods, pointed roles. o.c
"S7 i'Jl ' " ' J. OiJRROVST.
I70R TIIE 'II AIR L'jons Kathari6ii','Ildgle!s-lfyp
1 rion Fluid, Jiafry aildCiirfchush's Tricopheroi.-ftt;- -
aus7 "', , a'R0W..
TAKCil,-r)i lixie,jjroct'6r A (laifbleFeliHrcU
also, superior article of cocntry made Starch.
.auS7 - w .I.,flp.RqWK..
qni'RNIl' SEEBi A lirRDlofofimnief and Win
JL- ter, andumincr and .Winter uiixed ,
au-7 . . J. o. lmfcwjr. '
FOR JlTr.LUlS. ypJUiling UeUtinc. Uoupcr Suwi
Itussia Sheet, and Slued Isinelass' aisofa tine lot cf
'oring Extracts aug7 --J.-O. BltOWy.
EXICTOy flIUSTAKU,tuf.'J54-jnd bir.uaus;
JU fresli and just ree'd. . ailL't J.. U. BROWN.
I'OW DKRSand Snwn'sb'u, Jamaica.Uiii
ger.WIiiteU-ad,RetU-e.-id, Chrome Yfilloir, Chrome
6 . . . ... V . 1 , 1 rt. . . ir ' 'r 1. '
11. Linseeu un, lunieniiiic, ianui,ai: 1
a. ui.uw jv(4o,i;oHcge si.
! . JDER.COJUPAWy,
Of Eazardvills, Conneciisnt
Alo. ntz.iRn, fces't. ' a. e.' Uieman, skc-'v.-
CiOXTlKUElo fnmMi Gun Pf wder-of all their well
t- known brand. Krntucta Rift. Amtruxin .tiportinu
jHiilin llijie in kegs, half and. quarter kegs and cannister
.. if ia .. r..ii ....ivn.,,.,!"; r,.i
.Oi..(lllC IltlUllUVlM.ll. .ll.-V", O. l.tll 1UHMI, H
Jlllllill 11111 . V . 1 If ITllillllll
. rpi,- f , !,;,. 1 ,,., I',.-.. ,10t-.'c t.n.
1 ?.- 'vn .nm'Tvi!
11111 JIUlCfl. 1 M. Km,UHW wt i.i.n ..in. ......t. .. . .
known to renuire comment. All orders liromptly tilled at
1 bit 7ViiT Art North-east corner of the Square.
' - " "I- .rA-..
i-, S. It. Age lorttieu. r..wo.,
TTTALL PAI'ERIS. Justre-
ceived. S.tViO bolls of those'
beautiful French I'apers. for Parlors,
Halls, Ac, togeilicr with a splendid tCsDC
assottmeut of Gold and Yelvet Borders, l"in
dew Cmiains, &c
E50"On hand a large assortment'of nnglazcd'Pipcrs, from
10 to 2."i cts tier bolt
KLAGES A GpRREY, ,
No. 2i College street, next door to the ScwaneelloiLse.
' " W. W. FINN'J
'" ' 41, hasket's'teeet,' "'
- BKTWIEX tl.VIOX AX'D'tHE' S Qu'a'RC,' "
, Xuhtil!ef 3i;i!ma. .
GOLD AND YELYirr PA
" PER HANGINGS. A large
vand beaumul vinetv.
l)ecointive"Vnll Pawrs, all
the Litestr rench desiens. .
Borders, Window Papers, Tenster-nnd Ceil,
trc J'leces, a large a?sortiiieni.
V J ICCU., illUIC 11.. -r, im. i. (
Chcaii lnsltizoil l'niieis 12,000; pieces in store, j
from HH to s.icts. perxioit. jiiuor
JUST FINISHED AltD TOE
i , AT' TJI.E, ; .
Clark Strest Coach' Factory
THE LATEST STYLE BUG0IES, BAROUCHES, .
ROCKAAVAYS AND FA3HJLY CAIUllAtJE.1?.
Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that c.tC??
Stout's Coach Shon is. on CLARK STREET. J&?2.
julyltf 1RA A. STOUT
rnnVArnoDOE. xilsox walxeh.
HODGE As WALKER,,
Barbers, Hair-Drissers, A-c, Ac,
' Ae. lOrhri-frcef.
"rT A"E opened thcirncw establishment, ami ofier fo their
I I customers and the public In wncral inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having' newly fitted up bur
home, we feci confident that all who give ns a call trill
leave well satisfied. In addition to KarDenng. iiair-urcss-
inir. Ac we hare laree. commodious an
Bath-Roonis. These are the finest in the
fi'itit-nnianro null mmtTirt. ftjnimt' hft s'linf.LS:
irr -lVlii!iiKsinfr. rfmtipnitn and TiAlmns. nist sten in
and see with what magic we "make the lrair fly,"oridwhat 4
a s-ihitarr effect our nure watcr-lias urmi a weaned and I
bodv. angl tf l
rmrvERsiTY of Louisiana. medical
. T.nrwT. . ,
ri"M!E Annual Courseor Lectures in this Deportment, will
JL commence 011 MONDAY, November 14, and will la
minate in lhe ensuing Maich.
James Joxes,.M D, Professor of Practice.
.1 L Riduell, M D, ProfcSMirofChemistiT., - j . .
Waiuien Sto.vk, MD, Piofessorof Snrgi-ry. :
A II Cenas,M 1), Professor of Obstetrics.
Samuel P. Cnorns. M D. 1 Anatomy.
The rooms for dis-ect:ng will be openfmm .the third Mon- 1
dav in Octoliertcf the First of April. . "T. . 1
The Faculty aru Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the
Charity Hospital, and attend this institution from November j
tp April. Tnc Students accompany the Professors in their i
visits, and thus enjoy extraordiuaiy practical advantages, j
free of expense. '
There are one thousand patient prescribed Tor dailyjp this i
' Tlienumber of patients are rcatlr twenty thousand, in 1
the year. THOMAS HUN.T, M. D , .
' nugS wSm Dean.. .
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below,-.made Ry
Dr. JohnShclby and I. F, Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great. uiilTty. As
he seosouis advancitrgInowoffertliose I-lStve" on liaml for
$200. I- F CHEATHAM. 1
june29, 1SSC. Naaiville,-Tenn.
' NASnviLLE. June 21,1 55S.
Cot. L."P. Cueatuam: Dear Sir: I have been usjng
he Reaping and Slowing Machine" patenicnted by Manney
ot Illincis, which you are now offering to lire citiiens of Ten
nessee. It is a rinsTiiATEiABon savixo JlAcmxE. It works
KKATi,rand RArmLT. 'flienmnunf cat per day will depend
mllrniion the sliced T lb team. H the team can.
ravel fonr miles tier hour, it will R-iporMnw, tlfleen acres
u ten hours. It is t-ntiUed to the confidence of Ihe public.
T L.K. limdley now innuRgingibo farm of Dri Shelby,
make thd followi'ug statement :. W'c havebad for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham' mowing and.rcapjpg.
macliinc,weliavctried it in clover and-grain blown nnd tan
gled, and I lioirstaje'thst It mows and cutscleanertlmii the
nyllie blade, nlid llfat it will mow sr day as much tut 14
h'aiuls, and i t cau reap at least t ti cuty-fonr acres per day.
june2U iAw' I '.. U- V. liRADLtfVr
DESIRABLE COUNTRY ItKSIDEKCi: FOR SALE.
1 WISH tinlipovt.tr'my Farm m Mill Crefc,4ttJ
,1 miles riiim NhtHle" o'Usit 40 roils from tho Mur-Vyr
friHliiini' Tmimib Biliiltlltiw ll.n I.llliUol' Birdwcll
Cabin ell, Minerva and Kniiiklili Collides, c)ntai'niug about J
W acres sbisit in acres in whk1, nndttie balance uncicr cui
tivatinn withasg-imloreliRtdsasthetOiuw tnthoState,,coH
sistingorpcethes, apples,. poaiV,: giapes, plumbs, in .1 great
irieiy;twuiif.'crr.uliHg sp'rings, and sevei-al 'chalybeate
springs. The iuipnivemenu are vjair consisting of a
g.KJ framj house, wiib porehSil Ifetfninf; ouegood brick
house, sinohe bou-e, kitchen, -mbles cnbs, Ac The orchi-
aid, by cloe&atleuliou. opld yield from 0 tq-f500 yihir-
. . .1. . 11 . .1. ..!- . ... , ,1. 2 r...
iv,as uie irnit 01 11m liiok-c'-. kuiii. jiyoniy jcn-sin ;iui
wishing to dispose of it is my intention to oliange my loca
tion and business. 1 will dispose of my stockaudfurnitnre
to any person wishing to pu'rcliaso the said farm.' Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For rurther particu
lars enquire or L. MOSES,
augl - '. 19 College st
?y OTlcE. I am closing up my business with a'viewof
JL permanently withdrawing. . Many persons are lndebt
eU to me by note and cccount;-i some for years, arid I hope
tney will caiianupay up witnout lurmer oeiay or iroume.
'I have removed mv Dosilcs and IPapers'to the room' id
ioiningJtcSsM.-W.JI. Gordon A C4V-0ls.
. .aw. r t i : . t . . .i .i;ni iii rm una jiTani-!tiuin Y&neiv i urn iario .ruvuii? iu i
.wmc exceed nzly Hre.ivcrer .berora 4 l"(V'4,"'V. i ' "TivjU T.r-rJk-jjli' i Dy ua weeess, us si
L- ini;n"f i.x tM 1 ieeaug cooaacDi uniuumim S"u.t".'V" adrartised..
I rnvA"? Ctr l? Vif.lt il-.ntninTgi'TTTAuSdltv- lUfBOVEU itTD0D or IXSEBTIXO AETinCJAl. 11
J ' ' J ' . t miTioWV -wiUii-Teat success.
BU': iJJll ,-!rr,: . Thelraprovemeat consists in the tcf lb being arranptdup-
T- AMIlf III nyillXIl POLKSlUU init received:. ,.l,t,.,if.,r, vlMi-num .mil liv means ofa mlicious
s fecreeus, Win. ,
1 .1 I - JI..1.. i TUT . .....,.. II ii..r..cl.,.rAti.i.,mt. .
ti - i,-. -i' r -iJ tift , 'iSAJiioiuiii
, 1IATS ANO, TRUNKS,
would call-ihe attenlion bDlKncnAyrSfoour
.luum v-" -.it....... - ....r
Tutmrfmiinl 111 ! lllB Vllr StOr V WlieTB tber. iVlll.
'a-fcrv-Iarga and txjmplete -stocfc oQJO.QXg,. SHOES
AND HATS, which we have iiwi rrom the hand pr Lat.
ern Mani('actirft;t and.ofler rery love by Hie package or
-lozen. tcrCisu, won actwmoaannieriiBioiinioQcaicrs
si- in,e yfe rfimrfveliaTela Hwiiiotiaueaua
-pletertment of Mdieaand tuemea,JUvroy
- i . i .IT aIiu nnJ flrtnilAinAn I o Pna
tialitTj a constant supply, t A. iVA-Q iV.'ii:..;.
3JhvAypistk&U3. , . ; :f
ipti pvpvw i?iwr nnriTS nnni'j
N'ESTSSup. French Cf. l'nmpSoled Jiootsi
fr- f "-Stitched andSceil.5nrrr
' , "J'eged do;
." " " "and Sen-ed Shoes;
,(' MTAtiiit-IathertloWCTityda: '
Lddies', Jlisses, and Children's Gaiters, VvoU and Shoes;
K.. : .gbftjhr11.
i &CHURCH, iSjpHe?fjii
StrEUIOB- TRAYELMNC TRUNKS.
A ya'netr of tne and Cheap UkcV : Leathty l Traveling
Tranks and ahies dt H.UIA0K& 0J1URCI1,
sept3a ' o.-12, CollegeMreet.
1 ItTPORTANr IMFEOYZKENT is BEirxisisr.
-TAB. R0S3 jvould respectfully -nvite the ."TSS
1 J ulitrntion of the public to a xkw Axn jWyK?
-nmnniiiil ll-.i1p(ui Ami nbite are cemented firmly" toseth-
erj.leavuig no interstices for the lodf-mcnt Or fecretionof
fiiod; at the same time forming an artificial gum bcautllil
and life-tike in appearance, and which isfepiescntcd.on the
inside of the t?ethas well as out. s
Tliose interested are invited io caR and "examine sptci
mens of (his improved method at his operating' rooms, No.
- fiTnp5tnir, College s't. aug7-tf. .
DAGUEABEAK STOCK AND PICTTTRS ESTABLISH
DOR Y VR A TEA RO CT, Xashvillc, Tennessee, College
Street i - .u .'
: Doors A IIall, Louisville, Ky.
D0BTX3 RioiARusox. Morssewet, Xew York.. u-i .
l)iiBr.3 &SrAULpixo, St. l)uis, Io.. ,
Doevxs A YiUboit, Jlemphis. Tcnn.
1 Donrxs AilAJUtixCTOX, New .Orleans,
Amur or the above establishments, tou can procure as
fine Pictures as can be had jn any pity, prauy.desired style
ormusn.as we nave ever, ..upro.c..... a..u
Voan im u-iili ftni- ftnil nit ininmvpnipnU. e are tirenarcd
f-"f , , .. ' ..: .. . .1
in either city to furnuJi artists with every article used 111 the
art. .Ourarrangeraentsaresucli, we can lurnisn siock on
the most reasonable tenin. D0UYNS A' CO.'
' N.' 11. Pictnres taken' in any kind of weather, and of de-
1 ceased persons at all tinies - .
; . . auglt-tf D-ACO. ,
" FACTORY FOR BALE " ;
.CpHESHELBYVILLK COTTON FACTORY, containing
I 70S spindles and preparations (part new) with S wafer-wheels
"''d 1 .complete set of wool CArds, is offered or
jaleon favorable terms. The Factory" houseis a go6d bnck,'
154 by 44 feet, and aj stories high, a'll necessary out build
joes convenient. Enquire of -
" b ' GOSLING, WHITESIDE A CO
' -'scpt22 1 m Ktielbyvnie. Dedfi rd Co.Tenn.
"7ViTr PA PE U7 On land,"iTfliie"a.ssotliiient of
WALL "PAPER for larIom. "Uan Dining Rooni
At, Fire-screens. Windovr'Curtainsj Teester and trans
parent Viudqit-blinds at
J ' GLAGES A GORBVS,
No. 20. College st., next' door to Seyranea House.
" 2-"Papcr-hanging done in the best manu'er. ' ' t
N, B. Transperenl Window-Shades made to order.
ALUABIjE REAIi ESTATE FOR SAI.li.
A stTETira beautiful country Residence. contaUiin;r
I . AtiSl, tne tmiowing lois mine nwingauuiHiin io souui
I Nashville, viz: I.ots os. S;5".,'3.'U'aiid'SU5','dii Ewing Ave
I nue and corneror Ash street- Iis Nos.,21 and 2-J on Norili
f sideof Foggs-reet. IirtsNi. ltlandfl72oo Wetjnorc it, 1
j near Franklin Tnmpike. Lots 117 and 113 on Franklin
1 "Turnpike, near the corner of Wetmore street '
The aiuve propenviiiu oesoiuou icqhuuiisuuiiik iciiu..
piilv to . ' " J.1N1WLEY A CROCKETT,
No. 2.1, Cblleje streetl
PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FlilEND.
'iForthecureof Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
'Miscarriage or Abortion, and the .relief ofalL taose
SympaSietic Nervous Affectjous attendant on
Jluch of the suffering attendant upon the lives of females
JU?, v.i.iJ,"n " "'it- . i , , i r
rlipved. irraduall v weakens and deransres the system, and by .
j sTtnpathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con- (
suuiptipii. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which cither hurrr them (
'( tr an. curly grave or render them invalids forlife. Many rf I
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud ;
was just bunding into bloom, have withered and died Jinin .
j the c.fects of obstruction, and the want ofa remedy to assist j
nature at that eventful period.
1 TRY THEPUILOTOKEN.
i It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir io, !
hnt ns a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is, here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perlonn. Soldby SCOYIL & MKAI),
111 Chart res. street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed,
jnlyl ly dtwAw.
FRESH EECEIPTS BY NICH0L & PEACOCK.
LJ Shir Candles,
o UGARS ao bbls St Iouis Crushed Sugar;.
ri 10 rowaereu
NICUOL A PEACOCK.
A AND Ii.VCUYRA UUITIifcV-.u oags
Government Java Uotlee ; bairs igoyra wniee;
150 baes Rio Coffee. MCHOLAPbALOUi..
: J1US'' T '
i n S. WHiIAMS Agent for John Williams, New
I k Orleans, will make liberal cash adrances on Produce
6LlEN SYRUP. luobbls exmiGpIden isymp.
I V"T lOolialfbbls extra GoldenSrnm. Forsale.bv
I lcp.24 W. it GORDON & CO.
riHEUcluiesm this Department will commence on tho
I last davof October next and tcrminaie on me iai m
Febranrv. ., , ' ;
CHARLES W. SHORT, M. D., Emeritus Profcssorof i
Materia Medica and Medical Botany.
BENJAMIN R. PALMER, M. D., Profestor of Descriptive. 1
and Surgical Anatomy. -
LUNSF.0RD.P.YANDELL, M.D., Professor ofPhysiolo-
cy and Pathological Anaiomv.
SAMUEL D. GROSS, M. 1)., Professor of tho Principles
and Practice oi Surgery.
HENRY MILLER, M. D., Professor of Obstetric Med:-
LEWIS RDGIiRS,M.D.IProfessorofMateriaMedicaand )
BENJAMIN SILLLMAN, Jr., M. D., Brofcssor of Medical i
Chemistry and Toxicology. ,
AUSTIN FLINT, M. D., Professor of the Theory-and :
Practice of .Medicine.
T. O. RICHARDSON, M. D., Demonstrator tf Anatouiy
and Dissector in Patholixglcal Anatomy.
EDWARD FULLER, Janitor. '
The fee for admittance to tbe Lectures or each Professor
irSlS, (S105, in all,) payable invariably in ndvanec. Mat
riculalion and Library fee together, 50. Graduation fee,
2.'). Practical Anatomy and Dissection,. S 10 I jcket ,tp be.
taken atleast ncc before graduation. Rooms open from 1st
A preliminary course of lectures, free to all students, will
be delivered timing lhe month o! October.
Clinical instrnction is given twicea week at tlie Louisville
Ticket Jo, to be taken once before Graduation.
A Cliniqnelias also been established "in' connection with
the Uniiersitv, at which operations are performed and cases
prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the class.
Good boarding can be procured at from f Z 50 to c-3
a week. K P. YANDELIi, M. D.
septi2 SwtW Dean of the raeuUi.
COUNTRY KESIDEIfCE FOR SALE.
"TTTE ollerat private Sale, a tract of luid contaln
VV ing-lOGhcres 50 acres cleared, with conven-
M.l.l.lnfu nt Iiiiilfltnnna A- X-t. -nll mti.ri.il
atid situated 2 miles from Nashville, on the Brick Church
5j0.or2r Negroes will bo sold with the place lfde-,
sired. Apply to LINDSI.EY A CRUCKF.TT.
pept21 1 ni
MORE NEW PIAN0ES.
-tXTEhave received bv recent arrivals nine
V V more onhose unrivalled Pianos, mad
fiv.l.B. Dunham aud AdamStodart A Co- oil V 5
i-.ii-iniisstrles and 8'iMS.-which will be sold very low
nash or good notes drawing interest, atud warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect
apr20 W. AT. II. GREENFIELD A CO.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. :
TT N. MY UIIS, respectlully iD'orms f.r&Xs
ji, tne ciuieus oi .a-.iiiiin.-,iiu mc i"',"
lie generally, that he still continues tne above.
wJ?ns on f'herrv street between Cedar and
Eine streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared io
build Coaches nnd Carriages f all kinds to order.
He will keep constantly ou band an assortment ot Bttg
sies. Barouches, Phaetons, etc., which he will offer
'for saleknf forcash. Those, wishing to purdia.sef will do
full I, mr-f. him n 1-fllt
- J- jRepalring.m all ftrancne none a u.r suonesi iimice zua
iniueneiei-Kw""crr - zz ,, ,.i. .,.--
MI supply f 4 tpXTRA Frne'&le-Leathcr Trunks;
Cwunaiov-4 rSh.-.J '- -i 'f- ' -IJlRuegyt 1; -:
Ultra EiaclC t ir . Knnmriled Leather Ashland do
i neatly furnished r,r fm;Ir 7 NICHOIi&PEACOCK. . "TT
1 f 1 1 I I il7 a i Ik.' lini Lftl--a k.' a." - --"' - - - t ..-.i .I.IVd.tin ..livciniina
?.- .,.'"?): (-.'iitt V'A vnT.P.S.roboxe.s.liatrandauaiterboxeS m-nL This was four mon
.: 1 . , 1 .1. . " .. 1 cureu uv luu u-m;ii umi
-..T V'TOIIIIT. ll.-f.llf -K - I
- r? wive, &c-i
t- UMliWMtfacruil.jfinttU$Jt'rvitisiKaM3ts Me. jitter 1
'btryihtnt, JZdio. Fti!itlexxet I'tUi. (inttlrjiatiepy al,
rli'iiltfl c'f tht Uotnbi. and MtA-diulft tit urhe. from a
dLiorJtri finite of Hi Stamiici, Xiw er ifouvk at'
i Scrufula vttd Sor&f anv tin J. far Grntml DetUihr. ,
, from vlieTL Id-lit freqt!etlv iJWv tff it not ttt I
1 rpUE- inTentbr of. tbis preparRtiDn tras for three years a
i JL compleiely prostrated fmitf Dys'jiepsSa InactivitV'ot
i iueiiTcriiaj no wjs ireqncnuy ionreessara me uunuirio
i I.I trti.. l ; . 1 -i tfL - u. -M J-. ..1. '
honisandln Europe, huiin tainr bis case rras pronounced I
i hotMfeig hv thousarjla. and it was braccident that be c- i
j. (l.j jj, curincliimself. 1'acehe has been practicing iiicV ,
h;s sucrci, in iuclv cases Ins been uririTalled.
haabrenmrareof thcmcrcduliiv oPtheuublic. and Conse-
.nn Ai..,HAinM. rtr iiij ..... i::." rii.H Aoti.Kha.f
er of tfuS medicine -as fully established
iowh nr me cernncatcs wweu naveoren
Tubjofn, thece'rnCcttepf l'roCjr. CABBnrr.of S!emifcis,
- Q ' MoiPHtSjTenn,AprU 17,12.
.1 Jiercbr certur thatl have, been acouainted with i)r.J
? Bledsoe fd some years ago' be Wis reduced 1 CeUve
lotverinani cave ever seen any one tnat atlenrartts recorer-
- Phv"cians are requested to frv this tirenaratinn. We
feci satisfied it will sustain the character u a crive to it in this
Dn. BtrDSOB: I taketlie libcrtvand fell it to Le mv dutr i
I..Vnn.npl -.11 t I! '.f !.' 1
" Rfomnr-tl Mllfl hfUVl'l: -lllll Alllrofl-A l.n,hif.jl ..a
seperior medicine, jly son, aged, 15 years, bad been under
medical treatment about 2ve rears for dyspepsia and diar-rhea-nheti'liaringalmost
despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded td try vour Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believer
entire! cured hira. . MICAJAH CAYCE. -
. . IICXTSTILLE. Oct 17,1351.
., DR-RLEnsoK Some timo has ciapeeil since I gave a cet
tiflcatethaf my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative ' Compound. I now take pleasure in sayint; to
tli6jiubl!(V that my wife bad forfbreeor four years been
subject to thejvorst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. 1 hail tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many dlfleren
medicines, with momentary relief. Eeing persuaded to try"
your alterative compound," I did so. amijlaraliappy to say
tlmt iV'hnA entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons sutleriag from diseases of the
Iiverand dyspepsia. ' A". U. ROBERTSON.
JJcnsTiuz, Sept 29, 1851.
Tin. BtEDSOE Having seen the publication of your Alter
atire Compound, I think it my duty tetay to the public, that
I bad been for years subject to spells or Crafup CoUc, in iu
worst form; that I had tried alma-d every Ihingthat is gi
ven bj physicians, and never found any tliingtbat would cer
.faiulyrelieve'me, until 1 tried the above memcme, which nas
relieved me in every attack in les than an hour,
'1 WJI.1J. LLOYD.
Giles Cotwrr, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1S51.
Dn. Bledsoe: I feelTliat I fhonld fHl short of my duty
toycuand to those who ate. attiicted, were I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has eutirely re
b'qvpd mv, w that I have uot hail cause to take anything in
two liionths. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health ia as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 J-yersutlirfrom dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
, call 011 vou. I am vcryresiiectfullrvourlriend. .
, , JUdZAJSETii J. 11AKWOUU.
Hcxtsville. Ala., August 24, 1351.
This is id certify that 1 had Eiuli-reil for many years with.
Dyspepsia and Diseases. of the liver.- Physician aflft-Pby-
sician had i.roicribed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, lueh curd me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same luippv effect upon others of mvnoiuaint
ance. - J0SEP1L CAROTUERii.
llnXTsnxiE, Ala, March 3 1S52.'
Du. Bledsoe: Sm : Judging from the certificates you
Iiave already ndverttscd, it will be almost unnecessary for me
sto uddfurlber evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but L most iav, that for years I fufferqda
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought tliai fnever would recover. I commenced tak
ingiyourcompiund abont nmc weeks since, and have gained
2o"or SO pounds, arfd fetl ubout as well 1 I ever did.
- ' HENRY J. G0FF.
jgyThe above nieilicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the citr, and nioat.of the towns in the State. O. W. HEN
DERSllUTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. J'I"rice iV per pint ltottle. novlS lyd tr
DR. PEASE'S KAGHETIC OINETENT. j
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of hisliairand
had been bald for many years; by the use of tiree i
tle of the if'irpie'ie Ointment, luid 'hi hair ealirfly re
store!, and now has as beautiful a bead of hair as any man j
could wish. His age is about SO years.
A son of Mr. Wan en, of this town, 14 years of age, had ,
been aDlicted with the Asthma from his cradle- lie had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a lovmg and
weahhy father could procure, without avail. It was one ot
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
nicntho vaitkorottghty cured, and fbr seven months past has
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case cX inflammation nf the tvletn.
of long standing; has a vai iety or treatment from no less than
1, witnoui receiving Deneui was
four bottles of ihe Jlagnetic-Oint-
tlis amandthe lady iaMrs. Dun
liamA is still in e-ood health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. Ibavetreatedtwocasesof OirtiMoSctre
lK,aoeU0lrt rtiiueH., xnavetreaieHx iw cae-oi
Ayes f with tlie uinimem, win 01 ine panenu nry
blind, astoneetl an attendant to lead them rrom place to
,i ii- 1 , .r. ...i
place, une 01 mem uaa oeea aiuicieu 10 years, me uiuer
about 9 years. They had frieil the beat physicians in the
State, without benctit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzyr of Cincinnati, for
eighteen mqnlhs,aud had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now by useof the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cuied; and are able to
read and attend to xuy ordinary business. I hare used the
Ointment in u number (if cases of Piles, and in no atse hit it
- ., , . . . . ... ... .
cure. I EavQ alsoused it beneficially in severe cases of hay-
sipelas. And las .but ,not lcist, I have within the astyear
tsiipo.t i.mr p unir.i 1 .. ai .i.ii. uv liim Hit 01 lih jiiitntfLirr
i i lllllia lUlllUUIl , 1 111, ... ..... .-. ... uv.,,1 VIIM
dJseasc for hloU it is recommended, I can confidently re-
Froma thorough Inal of lhe Ointment in nearly every
commend it to be one or the mot useful remedies ever of
fered to tlie public Kospecttully i ours.
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27,1850, Amelia, tllno.
Anm chctcroftUUOiineut.wan clTicient remedv, is
PctnMMied in this dtv. Tlisr are quite a number of indi-
l& x KlS
tlilst putrnnnlinarv Ointment.
For sale by IL O. SC0VEI,
BERRY A DE110VILLE,
mayG CARTWRIGI1T A ARMSTRONG.
No. 5 Clark Street, .vshville, 'i exx.,
Xtjtdoor to- IT. H. Frtneh's Grocery Wanhonte, and op-
' A IJ. kindsofcarrioges'for sale, with harness -pj8i,
tosuit All work sold by meis tnaite-at it?ii
Ihe (JtarKijireet aianutactorj", ana waiTauieu, auu win oe
made North or East
Repairing done with promptness nnd dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. maris.
I HAVE ibis day associated with roe m the Saddling Bu
sincss my son, 'A. C. MARCIL The business, in fiiliue
will be conducted in the name or J. Jt Jlarcli t Nui. All
persons indebted to me, by note oraccotmt, will iileose come
up and make payment J- 1. MARCH. ,
5?T"n.aiiki"iil for the liberal. Sliare orpntronaso hereto-
fore, a contiunance or the gamcjires'iectfully solicited.
,tan2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
ANI WARRANTS. We are buying and paying
the very highest puces for LA.NI HAUltA.NlS. Per
sons at a itismnce naviug uarran.3 loseu uy seuuin io us
by mailorotberwise may depend ou getting the highest
' prices at which, they are selling atthe time in Nashvilie and
the cash remitted or paid toorder.
juH-21 DYERPEVRLA CO.
i - FOR SALE.
! . . .:..... mi t y,ii,, . . . fiiv-llirv'ir. ?1 J.I
J on the GallatitiTumpike, SJf miles from Nashville,
lllt(lll.lj-r .lliJl A.Mr uuiiu.11,11, situoii-u
containing about 75 acres, on which t
the subscriber nowrc-
Sidos. lue uweiimg. wiucn nas iei-euuy oven errcieu, is
of. the best materials and style, and ujion a convenient
pirn, embracing nme rooms end several halts, wjth all ne
cessary out bmldings.
The" soil is verj- pi-iHlncfive. The water is cool and pure,
Bowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds,
Of bearing fruit trees of cxcelicntquality.
In point oi lioalth'and society, tho neighborhood is un
surpassed. ' The tractis susceptible or being divided into
three lots, each having a bo-autiful building site, with tun
ning irnter. Terms aud time accommodating. Possession
can be bad at any time. A . II. F.0RD.
For further particulars, apply lo
LINDSLKY A CROCKETT,
nlv27 2awtf tw Agents, College street.
1s"OR SALE OR RENT. A new Frame House jutt
completed with seven rooms well plastered and pa
nered. Situated on Church street, in Hints'? .additional
Nashville. The said - house is about four hundred yards
from the Female Academy, and.will be s61donreasoDable
terms. . ,
I For further
eu, wim wuaj. i suppreswiin oe urspspsiannalTerauecucn, i
i and after trying tpeprecriptiirajol many rhysiciana n this j. UR
, as well as other jcouutrics, without relief, ha finally suceeded j W wi
,nUi a.preparatKm oruu ovrn in betns rcstmt;d to eood to tell
t uouui. ... iiABb'littT; SI'. l.
?2i imsT-i . .... .te-5 st.
ESTABLISHED TOE TO YEARS-
Goixls are uelecte.I. and purtbased by ourselves!
:h creatcareia the best market', wtiich enables us I
low for CASH. Our Candie aru WARKATED to
j keep drvj and we sell as cheap a any fionse in the" coun-
try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, ilolsT KevolreiaandbcUi -
cuckinsr Snuiiisli Pi-rnrs. ,vr.. At.
SOGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT WKEjLE PESPEK-
T T1T"Q TIT-XT,
Sx'Jred by two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary irachincs hare had numerous' dt
'ulomas and medals swarded to them, as the best Sew
ing Machines ever devised. They now form one of the most
attractive features of the. Great 'Exhibition .at the Crystal
Palace. in New-York.
The proprietors fn.ving perfected their great manufactory
in New York, are now able to produce the Machines at a
cheaper rate, and have determined to give the benefit to the
public, by redncmg the price 825 Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will & sold at.either of our regular oflices
for . .
$100 Cashj ivithout Seduction' or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these' Machines for all the
worfcof tlie Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, ' Saddler,
Catriage Trimmer, Cap Maker.-aod Corset Maker, it is un
necessary to speaE. 'i (10 cnaracter utine machucs lor tnese
branches of business is established, and' Ihev are known
andadmitTedtobethehiOstperlectmtmmentsfoi' t I4pnr-
pose ever devised. The clearproSt on each machine-is
Irom 5Q0 to 51000 s ycar,.uepnmng on. iqo nueness ana,
uuucuuf 'iul wur. uync iipui'sui: iu van fiic w iicu-
lar attention of iahirt and GoIIar Jlanntacturers to ixir ma
chine for stitching fine linen and cotton goodsl
satisfy auy person interested that to other machine lifts ever
done or can do this kind of stitching plrfectly; The price of
the machine includes the necessaiy article-jbr usinxj
Whpn ordered they are packed, complete for immediate ii,
and full printod instntcti jns for ning are funiisbed.
Either of the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting
the places where our offices ate located, afford a convenient
medium foi"purcbasing mechines.
Principal Office. No. 320 Broadway, N. Y.
f No. 251 Washington St. Boston.
n. i No. South 4th St, Philadelphia."
BnAxatOrnci-s. No ,M mtiomn H't Raltimore.
I No. ll7 Elm St, Cincinnati.
jnlvSO 3m I. M. SINGKR A CO,
J. II. JJtirrowJi. Patent Plantation
THIS Slilldttrers from all others In the construe Hon of
the upper or Running Jtoney which Ii composed oi
French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast Iron rase.whlcp
farms the back and boop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eye, or
Bash, than is ofsreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top. which Is secured totha back by fourbol!,tio that
every block Is In the form ofa dove tall, which elves greater
treogih 10 a Stone than any other' method which Is required
In unall mill-, where the stone is run with great speed, and
becomes dangerous If not strongly made. It also gives any
webzht to a stone 0. small diameter that Is required without
i having UthicS or high, that makes it top heavy.
1 This mill is a squaro frame made or wood or eastiron,ln
i the form ofa busx,irith Undge-.tree, Spindle Balance, King
j Driver, ai.d Regulating Screw, and grinds ui on the same
prlnelplo as a lar(.e mill, differing oal) in the Runner stonei
I this being of great wclzhtenablcs It to grind nearer the cen
, teragreaterquautltv ofgrnin with lets power than any othor
mill now in 'use. This mill isportable,aadmBy boattaehed
' to steam, water, horse or hand povor.
! AL.SO,aIIsUesorEreachBurrAilllStone3, manufactured
on the same principle.
, Joseph H. Barrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for
i irhi.h honW.-impii I.ttnr Patent In 1843. For alllnfrlnze-
I menu the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
ointing. . ;
Theso Mills do not require a Millrlght to t them npT, and .
alltbatisnecessary to patlheai in operation, Is toatucha i
hand to the pulley on the spindle, wilh a drum suOciehlly t
large to run a twenty-four inch llill 4(1 revolatlons per
minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By the
teadv application of two horse power the Mill will grind s.x J
to S "bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat f
as well as cora. lc thirty Inch, mill, If put to jt fullest I
soeed,Tli! grtndfrom ten to fifteen bushels per hour. ,
Thee mills are warranted to be laeyeryrespectasrecom- J
Diexctioxs for Usla-Flce your mill about 2Jfect from
the Driving Pulley In a level position; make1 th belt of
Watber six or eight Inches wid. Give Iho StnneOlO revolu
tions a mlnnto with, the sun. Keep tho neck aud step-of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back or the
Running Mone.In tho same way as the Cross on the Driver,
that ls.tbe way they 4ro trimmed to run.
Kafer toThos.Paterson,Esq.,orlIlghland county, Ohio-,
Jose Bel, Esq., orCUnton county, Ohio; C. B. Bradbury,
Esq .of Cincinnati, and anuraber ofothnrs.
All ordersdlrettedto JOHN E. BOtJMAS,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddleand hast
Tenuessecor J. H. BURROWS,
jsn 2C l.tr-w.& w.ly West FroalstCin.O:
ri7;RF"ENER: COMPANY Takes this
1 early opportunity ot acknowledging W yreai ixmjiir
Lira f paii
id to their lleiiicines by the
ESSEE STATE MEDICAL
That they shall urge upon
'in their resolution ofMaV otli. "Thattheys
the legislature the passage of RUw,Te.,uiring the ri
for .ill these medicines to be hied." by which Ihe members
of the said society may be enabled to have all the use and
benefit of them gratuitously.
The ti. Co. take the liberty of suggesting to lhe Bakers of
Nashville, td petition the Legislature, not to permit any
families in the city tomake their own bread, without ma
king known the tiio-Iu operandi, as puch ccrct proceedings
are injurious to the wcll-doingof Bakers, und ought not to
betienuitted. Tho grounds are precisely the same.
T 11 lAiClors Here ailiais uiiauiuiv, tunc iuiqIh m.i.v.
justice in legislative acts to compel the public to apply to
fa univcrUlly. but unfortunately we have before us the
crescent City paiw ofU.e 3d or September, from which we
. ' -
, lnuro lhntl
I Hi) OCT OF'EA'ERY'IOO CASES OF YELLOW FEVER
treated scientifically bv the faculty have died, and
1)S cases of every 100
I treated fty M iromtn, tbe non-medical members nf the How
ard Association,,and by more excessive humbugs the Ho
I mrepathic Doctors, have been cured.
1 SacnMatcinenwasiDOWOTe are J"'"
won, lor neop.e are ieci t, am uy ,
WttaehW value to Latin preset iptions and expensive
1 Hiroglyphics, and occasionally tnLst to the dogmas of com
I mon seuse,laid down In plain English, to the Gimfenberg
Medicines, which ate warranted 16 do no harm, am for
which no money is exacted iftheydonot prove'bcucticiat
It is well known that the " - JkV
Bj-scntcry Syrup, and the Childrens' Panacea
oi the Grmrenbeig Corony, have, in two j cars past saved
20,000 lives, rrom Flux and Dysentery when all other rem
edies had failed.
But it seems that the objection to these remedies is that
! "it is an attempt to send forth medicines .without, the presr
' ence ot tlie uocior wno u iiiusoepnveuoi lueproj-r uc-
greeoi am aim couuon ma. uc iuuuiu in-um .....i...-
, fug the proscription, -nine iUau M." The Doctor
and the medicine should go together, the Medical Society
have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder!
United Stsitcs MaillLiiic '
Through iu 48 tool) Hours
YORK AXD CHARLESTON SEM- !
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE. 1
-J-j LEAVES Adget'sWliarves every Saturday
fSlT ena "I'nesaay, niiertce arnvai oi me cars
!53; from the Southamd West
On Saturday, the new nnd splendid steamer J as. Au
ger, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marion,
1,200 tons, W. Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday the Union, 1.5(h) tons. Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tonsr Thos. Ewan, Com
mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort Exiierienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with ever; luxury. Will insure
Travelers by this line e ery possible comfort and accom
For freight or tiassagc, having elegant Stale Room Accom
modations, apply at the office of the Agent,
septlS HENHV MISSR00N,
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
.Cabin postage, f 23. , Steerage 3.
7 MARSHAL'S SALE. " .
BY virtue ofa writ of Vendiei ni Exponas to me di
rected Irom tlie Circuit Court of the United States
for the Middle District of Tennessee, which is fonuded on
a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 23th day of
March. 1S53. wherein Joscnh H. Shcnherd was Plaintiff
and Uetty Lnnicr and Felix It I-an'ter were Defendants
1 will sett to uio ingnesi oiuaer tor casti at tne toun uouso
door in the city of Nashville, on Monday the 7th day of
November next, all the right, title, -claim and interest of
tbe defendants- in and to a certain house and lot, Jy'PS am
Tieing in the city orNashville.on College street.it being the
same house and lot now occupied by FaB A Cunningham
as a Hardware Store, winch. Has been ieeu "P""- :--
V v 'ItAir KSOW THYSELF."
AtsnvmtnuHe llxik fir 2o cj; uEtniJ fnni
. fTJ'Tt Tn00?A-q Optessolilin lesi
fJL thin;S,nontlij ,Vtsw edition, rei-isedi
'and iniurore'd. iils! iiifnl
v- Ihv- UDSTSR'S tlEUlCAl
AXDIIAN! nuns ci tho . rpr.tfrrvii miita
. f med.curtcchnTcalities, andcventhincthatmiuT.Iollenrt the
1 fiiTpractice, wlusively de"otedtotliecureot dfeeasescfa
i itAlitrafi. at nlvtfft tmliirp. t
e--i'TUwbici( is added receipts Jbr the cure of the above dl
. i'ereranil Apue;
iistisom OK TOE
r'riir l.i Tii'vpintu iicmni I If I V
r "AL; -The author of this work uuhke the inaionty of tho;.
r . uLuu.Lnui.Miiik. uu.iii.nti jimmju
workSi who ddvcrliae In :mlhi.ili w nf uhfrh it treats
! is a graduate cf one of the best Colleges in the United
fttiy. ltnlTIift . 1 T..' . i.r... ... . 1.
foiinate,or. t9 the victim vf malniictiee. as a succaiful,
rtoP"ndpctitiouitbwlio honor and integrity
a experienced nractitiouiir. in ilu, i.,.-.n.t tt,ii
-. --.j j.M.c me nuvci coiinai-nce. '
U. . JOSKI'lf T ii.-f;irtint?l. r n- ..
. Fitou A. AYoodw.t, M. Dorl'sss. VxKiwrrt Villi. 4.
AIjeu-uia. It gives me licusore to add mv teilniinr-in ,
theprulessionatubilitr cf u.e Auilior of the -Medici iLt.. r
na!1- IVumcrous cases of Diseajes of the Gvaiital Oisraiuj
. spaieot tliein or luag fctuidrag, bare comeTrnder wj no- I
ticCjinwldchTiisskfll hasbeen manifest in restortug toper-1
I ii,M uwu 111 MMiiv iiuuuiw- n UUID Ulli Ull.it 'It oeea
I cVjuiidered.beyoud medical ahl, lit lhetiatmentof Semi 1
j iianVcakncss,or disarrangement of the fuactions,produetd !
by bclf aboie r.r excess ot venery, I do cot' know Bis s'ope'
: nor ia the profession. I have'bceff-acqiumted with ihe '
Auumrsoine thirty years, and deem it no more than justice
to him, as well as Lkindness to lhe .unfortunate victim cf
yarl indiscretkin to recommend him as one, iuxt hose pro-
fcsAioual skill and inteentv. ther mar satelr connde them-
r selves. ALr. WOODWARD. M.D.
TIiis is, without cxception, the4nostcDmpreIiensiveana
intelligible work publishwi on the class of difeascs which
it treats. Avoidingill technical terms.it addrcs-e iketr
hj uie reason 01 iw reauera. ins. ires iruai an ot'jtxiiuiv
blc matter, and do parenf, honerer fasfidiou, caubbjeet
to nlacine-it in tbe lunUsof his sons. Tlie author has dc-
VQtrd mouy years to the treatment of tbo various complaints
lrMllo.1 r ami itiflt lu little l.rvuilh ti mtlf nrir? -I. ftf.
tie presumption lo impose,' oe hasofrtfre4to the world at
the merely nominal price-of S3 cents, the fruits of some
1 i tweotr Tears mcsucte.'S-.fiu'urictice" 7iW.
' I M-Vn I&.ml nw h. nt. t IhMtl.l M i.iiahI , I. Vn...v
. "iajJujjbjs.inraluabltlwork. It would save vtars- Se
pint, mortification and korrow to the youth under their
' -caarge." i'tw'i ,1 r'xyjfa.
A Presbjrferiaii cfergi mail in Ohio, in writing' or "Hun
ter's. Medical JlmiuL says: "Thousand. upon thousands'
ct our-youtir, oy evit example ana iDnueiiceonne-passion.s,
have been led iiito ihe habit if leirixillulicn wil bout realiz
ing the sin and feortu! Cwnsequeuce!) uprai tlietuselres and
I posteritr. Tlie cwdtift:tion of tbousauds who are raising
i. faniilifiharebcf.il euf-ehh-d. if not bn ken doirrl, and they
iiuw llie csuscwr the cure. Anything that can be
to enlighten and iutluenve the pubtc mind as to.
check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread soqrceof i
' himun wretchedness, would confer lhe greatest Uosiinir !
iiu& wj iuc n.'ng.uu 01 wesus uiiri.-.i, oo uie prexrm aim ;
cooling generat:ouf. Intemperance (Or the nsa of intoxi- '
eating drinks, though it has slain thousands upon thou.
auds, is not a grciter ourge to lhe human race. Accept ,
mythanksou behalf of the afflicted,. and, your co-worter m j
On isifiv" 7t,f-f ir.lv- inv.t,T,it
postage, to any part cf the United States fur 23 cents, or 6 t
copjeifprtL Addre.-a.ijio.tpttid,) (
Publishers Box 1 U, PhiLida.
Itoolatllers,'Canya.sseri and Book Agents, supplied dn
lhe most liberal terms. ' septsT ly'-
-VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND' PAE2T FOB S ALE.
rySHE subscriber would call the attention of Ihose who.
1 wish to embiirk in Uie Iron business, also ttiose who
wislilo own a handsome and fertile" farm, to- the following
property which he Offers for nale.
lt Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres.
This; furnace is pu licaver Dam Creek, Dickson cismty,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the State, being
47 feet high. The furnace, except the Mack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to putin blasl brthelst of No
vember. The routeof theNorth Western Railroad, as. siu
veyed, passes immediately..by the Furnace. Tlie ore is un-
surpasseu, anu me iimucr auu grounu aumiraoiy aiuipieu
Also. BellcvieW Fnrnace. and about S500' ocres of land.
in.lii.linntli. lllnlreuv rmiliinlr Tlila Vitt-ii.nA tft m .Im-iwf
Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. There Is a. 1
good water power, and also good farming lands attached to
Also, the'YallcV Forge on Jones" Creek, and about 87,-
00 acres of land. The fall is 2S feet and the head of water
immense. There are some very fine farming lands m this
tract, and.it is altogether a. most desirable location.
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck 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 sizoof the stream that can be found in anr countrr.
The Dnck River ore bankis the heaviest deposite of ore in
the Stale, and the ore can be ptocured withlcss labor than
at any bank in'the country. It is within half 3 mile of
Duel: River, and tbe lands around are covered with the
Also, the Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of Harpeib, in
Daridion county, Tennessee, with ten acres of laml for
builiiiigs and machinery. It is unnecest arr to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. It is known fo
every one, and twenty-live years of experience enables tb
iubscribcrto speak with certainty of its great benefits and
u-vfulness. It is, iodeed,.oIily tobeseentobe appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which tor beauty and fertility is second to none The house
is large and airy, and tbe out-bm'Idings of tbe best descrip
tion. Jr is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and ahV
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike, it is II miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It Is a "meadow
(anu "watered by Little IiarTietlit and the bt eTidtnce of i
lonu m atAose cwuracleo; by proiniicuoju teiuat inter j "f ,
ftlipirnrvpntinn wfiftcil ill a mitli-i. .r.lA' .riilli'n i. Sent
who havesecn it. inonounce it tbe best ther have ever seen. 1 r further infermalionor the wonderful lm-rcIcTirg
Itisaltogelheroneofthemost desirable farms for beanty I and curative powers of tbe IL I. ReraoIie the pub he ere
and profit that Bin the Soutli-west ltcontains about 560 1 referre.1 to ourmonlhly pubhoatijH or Gunle tohea.tb,io
acre3 j pies of which can be bad frns by addressing us at our K.
The above nrotwrtr is offered forsale. not for the purpose .
or profit or Spi-culation, but simply rromtbo facttbat- the f
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of 1
tho care, necessarily incident to so much real property- lo- j
catcd at different points, and renders him unable to give it !
that pcrsonalSttcntlon which it lequires. j
Auy one wishing-to purchase any of the above property
wilL please call on the bubscriber at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring I'. 0., 'Williamson county. Ten- I
neesec. augtJl lm M. BELL. I
CIncinuati Enquirer wilt publish the above unfit tbe 1st
or January, 1854, and send bill to this olllcc. ' r- J
' ' 1 J
XTEOROESl'OIl SAT-K. The subscriber liaA ser
krepthemUierein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank-,
Iin Turnpike, 1 1 miles from Nashville. 31. BELL.
angSl 4 m.
AN A WAY fronrthe subscriber on fbe nMrbl of i
Ii the Srd inst,his iwgrobny AMOS. HeisaNiut
20 years of affe. 5 Teet St oc 10 inches' hi-rh and weighs.
abuu' 150 lmunds. lie is a bright mulatto. luistraigM
hair aud blue eje.s, and nill no doubt attempt to pass him
self as a white man. He was raisvd by a Mr. lfickey, of
Spartanburg llistrict, und was purehasinl br Cpt Jamea
Bonds" of Spartanburg C. II. He is probably lurking in
tbe vicinity of that totvn, or may attempt his eseape to a
free State He rede off a sonul horse ten or twelve vevrs
Old, which has a scar on boih shoulders caused by warts,
I u 7bod '7 quick inputs and s.e hm-r, holds
j a fin(.iiead, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
head, is sunk very much above tlie eves and inclines
SDiteful.. The above reward of.FIFXY DOLLARS
will be given Jfor the apprehension rT the boy nud horse;
the boy to be lodged in auy jail In the State. AR expenses
tor Keeping me nurse win aiso ce ram.
Newberry-S.O July, W.-G. NEHL.
ERB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AUD INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention has been in use about
three vears.uJrbe inventor has mad improvements
. . i -i .i r - o-rii i iv a vt r-nn V
, - J , , stihw vnmnv
vih.cl. have rendered lit VJJ
CUTTING M ACHINE, It has given entu-s satisfaction to.
evei v one who has used, itAnd is the most superior machine
in use, lor ine purpose mr wuicu 1. 1. ihshkiibu. w sim
ple in all its parts durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a bov 12years of age.
It will cut straw er corn- in the- shuck from hall inch to
ree inches in length. Many certificates might.be pro
ced from Farmers who have used them, to prpve llicir
superiority over any other straw and corn cutter now in
u Persona needW uch atn articlo tnay rest assured
tliat In it theywill find a valuable acquisition tn their fatm
The subscriber has greatly extended his moans fonnan-,
ufacttirinp tliese machines, and he now solicits for tbem
the attention of the public, mid the farmers and planter
particularly, of the South and West. He will hereafter lie
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all niachineit to
do the work for which Ifiey are designed.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor; he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
terms, to auy Mechouicwhomay wish. to manufacture ibtsn,
and will furnish one set of cnslingfor iitlcrn.s.
ep7-flm JOHN KERR.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
and U divvied iuU 7
lytimbered with cegrowth. R .. . ' cal lab
a iA.iL j,. atM Aifn. nrxmv ivr uwc3tinucii
bection m i"-."f"'i' rr,-. mi.,.i.f. T.V iiu.
Towintiip I ci iiui; - ' "- r"--
is a goodowineuasuiiiiuu -. -j
Iprrmanyand numerous advantages it Combines. ThoR.
ltoad nmning though it, and Steamboat navigation rtrtmd
and I about it It can't be beat for Corn-no trouble to raise
73 bu-hel.s per acte
Tebms. Creditof 1, 2, and 4 years, equal annual pay
ments bearing interest from date. Said Land will be actual
ly soldi! it goes above' a"vcry moderate minimum" price
fixed by the Trustees, according to law.
3 jas. wIlliams,
...... . ,
A. lilAA ! . - I
;- A. Q.UNTEIJ;
-N the 5th day ot November next, the rmrsigned will
.) offerfurlale 42-) acres of riverbottom and nd Land
IvW in JacllsW coimty, Ala., at the pent where 1 1 N. fe
l. u. aim's tuc iiuuv- '
i i t T....r,Qj-p-rt Hirer. nmiH"iriw"KM i
rf . a . b'.;ib JOn urtv.
Fame. iwcArac- iuis4i--
i DOCTOR. YOVHSELru1
; XSCVL .ju:
: OR, EVEKY.OXE
. j iiuuutvui riKiaTlDpt
, uieaes nnuk taufwtaiicsa o( us
f Uui(ian SviUcm in everr ilupe antt ,
t fortii: To whicliis added a Tredtiaa '
pnauielhseases' of iemalcJ.bemjor
. the bichl faiiiirtantar 1a- hiamed
ltd r.tber"to &f.bstn4 to
a. ctiny.(jf the jBSCDJAinCS-
to hi child, It may save him troui
or woman enter inti tRe tecret obr-
gntnnis of marriage life without reading the POCKET
jiaiiUiiAi'jua. iaa no raw snttennr troin x bacteitu
bcrnarned, any impediment, rad thi truly useful book, -a
it liasbejii tb means of siring thoiismds of unfortanata
creatares from the, rcrv iawn of death.
Any person sending TWESTY-FrYE CENTS en-
c!', na.'e'-cr.'JT11 leonecweFthUworkby maR,
orme copits wui 00 wqnw vnc umaB.
Address, post-pa.d.) DR. W5I. YOUNO,
, march 1 d ly ji. 16S fyroe cife Mhd4pkia.
, . R. R. R. NO PAIN KILXER.
. rpo KILLPALN we rnait paralyse tho nerves, or in other
1 1 n-nr-.U ,im,i,.. ...rlr .ti . k.'i .v."
! itoii jii: ' r
I ijiniiuv annatura. sensation, arisinir from an foinrr
or disease which; heinjr transmitted alonKthe nerves tt
, the brain, gifeAau'uneasr vfrttUw to ihe mind
, j.emecneH rccommenaed to iviu. rxtx, or PaiX Kzluss.
J are eillier provlucers oi l'araly us, or ther are not nharther
are recommended tor. If the sufferer of pain is tn m,Urm
afuspensioniifvitalUy, or iftha unfurtunate annorleg.or
ifthepait of the bKiy suffering the tortures of pain," 13 to
BuLl-ranuttickofptaIysis, we tliinkttetbe remedy muat
be worse than the disease. And. if I'am is to te AliZef,
tben the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and tlie
i It on tlie other hand, it Is not a "pain hffer i ia a mis.
I ,u.d tl.liMblp. l.nnn dMnl.Ml mn.t hn b.l .1 . 1
i.npmer, and not whatits dtlrertiacment chums foriw
I i:nuirr7s itcauy jcciiei does not Mit pain, but
: it subdue its paroxyisms and relieves the sufferer from alt
t isuiui auti uueasv eensaiions. luimr iveao t x.euei r
quick in its action it instantly retieves, and immediately
alter sets about removiug the causw of the pain, it jooUci
and CKi-fj, it relieves hnd re mores the troubhc; cause, ami
i hence the joy it infuses.
- R. It. It.
ItsTtvo Actions. The primary action
j of Itadway' Ready lieherL,toalUy theiJectsofanvpain
1 hit cause that the human system may be visited with.
iii st-coDuiiry action is. io remove me cause useu; uiis it
will immediately acxoniplishvibril uxo powerful in nctirn
So qutct; and cftedual, Uat thememmtit is applied ortaken
the paiufut paroxyisms are relieved, and the unsonnd parts
inadewhoie, strong, healthy and vu-orous.
Externa! PuhiS Rhcuinattsni.- RaJwar's Ready
Reiiet apphed externally to the parts where the pain is feit ,
will Intanllv alLiy tho taroxvi8ms.scalter the cause, or Vu
eunyrtfM dtfunU,vkuAcftu tin jutn, and, iu a few mo-
insntstbe iuffiter will be quite eav. lfthe attack is re
II route. i.joni s ivenovanng isoiveni, useu in
connection niib the IteAdy Relief, is ecruki bv cure iihr-u-matlsmin
lis most aggrareted terms whether Syphilitic
Scistic nervous, muscular or inilsnaitenr ifor wonderful
cases of EheomatisiD, cured Ky K. It It Remedies, see
Itidnays family .Friend for the month ot Maich. 1353 a
copy wiil be sent toall who wish it, rree of charge, Ly" ail
dreisjug Hallway CbNtwYork Cilv.)
Pains around "the later, Kidneys anil Heart are relieved,
and the unnalnral irriUIJuas instantly subdued liy a sirnpfe
otpplication of R. It Relkf.
Kick Head Ache. R.R. IJ. will in all esses cure this
distressing complaint lLs ant and properties when taken
into the stotnach. will neutralize Uie aeiJ, and make- th,.
stomach clean, and the breath sweet
lucounteHiritantellicacy, null produce a reaction wha
applied to the heaJ, and invigorate and enliven, and refresh.
Intcrn.il Pains. Dfetrhe-x. Dysenterr, Chofeia of
I wbileitU under the inlhienca of these maladies, wilt ia iv
monient, yield to the soothing aad pmn-relieving eKIcacyot
the.l- K. Kehef. Itajlay irntatwa it orresU spastaodK:
action, it neutralizes the Poisonous infasimt that causestheso
Pif weaktnin -rTtssha-es; itealiycas inainTigor.
w'iu warouu ouu amp um wu. craiapeu, ana
.shrivelled limbs and joints, aud res'-ures each member; aii-1
organ of the body to a healthfhtano! vigorous condition.
ltrdway's Kea'dy Relief, and inch ef the It R. R. Reme
dies, are made from the active properties of medicines.
Notlung inert or inactive enters their eomiosition, so Uutt
the s;t em is not cloggwl with worthless and inert, matter.
lui conclusion we lould remind jhe reader that Sadway'si
Radr Rolief, relieves the'sui$-rer from pom (not kills) and
cities or removes all tmnaturat causes of Rheu-sulie, Neural
gic end Neryous.or painful eharacter.
1 RislwayRegiiUtors. prepared from Ihe active prindpl
alonrf eT Medicinal Herbs, Roots, PUnts and Gums, will reg
ulate and keep in a beIt by coodi tioo, the bowels, liver, heart,
kiduc. s, ski and aM 6ber organs of the body. They will
care ci-. ivne-is, indifestiyness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
alt blllious complaints and ler em.
The hufies willted Bad way ' Regulators the very best reg
ulator or the system, in assisting lardy nature in the dts
ehare of her montSity dofres. No rripicg pains or sickness
at stjraochrfuRowS trrerahc, tmt they insure to all sho
take them a pfeusonfand t-asy disehirgo of Ihe oQals of ihe
" ludwar'a Renovating Resolvent, is a powerful resolrercf
all mseaseu oet smiui uii inii c oeu ly mg iu in nyMtuu wi
venrs. Apuruyerot tbe Wood and a renovator ox tDewnow
R- om. M2 ifuimn Mh-et .ew tors.
RAD WAY A CIX.1S FulteaaL N.Y.
K. It It, fur sale by Druggists generally.
J. JL ZIMMERltAS,
, Wbole-stle Agent tor TcntmeiSt-e.
' MANDHHLDS A CO, 3Iemphis.
nODGH.", WELLS A JOHNSON,
And Lruggist and MerohaaW everywhere. r
JEW DAVTirS HEBREW PLASTE2,'
rnllE (rmitltemedY fur RfeeamaUsjB.Gout. cam In the Sid
JL Hhi, Rack, Xitubs and joints, SercTiila, King's Eril
' White Swellings, Hard Tuarors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever, Wuere tMs Plaster is applied rain cannot
These Plasters possess the t wsfnl up tn.
lrfK' boxes ; hence they return their fuH virtues tn all elf
t This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
i used by I'tiysiojana and the people in general, both in Una
i eouBtry'ana Htirrrs.''lhat it isalindst needless to" say any
' thing about itc Yjst tlwre may bo some, wlto stabd in, need
: or its healing powers who bave not yet tried it fortneir
aakes nc will simply SUtfl what it hua done in thousand f
i r. - in -. . r .i i ...
Oases, asa ",UH ll milt w uiciu hum -rcu.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA '
Read the fbltewtntr testimony rrom a Phytieian.
Gextleukx. YourHebrew ITasterhas cured me of pains
of which 1 hare suffered, for twelve years past During thU
period 1 labored-uuder an afUictuin of my loins ami Bide, ami
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief. At length I used toi t
I'loiter, and am now by its good effects entirely ourei
will recommend tlie Jew David, or Hebrew Pllster to all
who are-sutfjriog frem contraction of the muscles, or perma
cent pains in the side or back. J
The peitple of Georgia bare but to become acqnalnhsd with
ts virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER.M. D.,
Fbrsythe. Monroe connty, Ut.
To Messrs. Scovil A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER LN NORTH
Mkh. Scovil A Med: 1 have been tronKed with the
f chronic rheumatism for tlie last twelve years. On the 1st of
pdr 1519, 1 was so Inul taat t eonw not turn myseit tn cea,
and" the n&in v severe that I had tot slept a wink for six days.
.... . . j: in . :vl ,1,. ulrl..u
AtinwMnmmy aiwioiBK JMva" ii-,: !
and it acted uxe a rfl&rnt; tne ptun icii me auu .
! slept more than lulT of th mght smd in three day I wa
' ..i f i -. i. ., i w.Matttlu. IIJir.i- llimtiip" the best
ruIlcar for all xrU of pains now in use
, - G. W. McJIlNN.
Hendersonville, N. O, Anp. 18, liWO
T3T- tTT 1-eT GET Z8
KST The genuine w in future have the signature i
Taytorou the steel plate engraved label on the topoCesch
Purc!.ers"arc adrtsed that a mean connfe'rfcit of thttar
ides is In exttnce. " "
The genutae is sold only by ns, and our agenti appointed
hrtH"lMuti'e South and nw pedlar is allowed to Mil it
Dealers and purchasers generally act cautioned arainat buy
ingof butoiir regular ajkoK otherwise they will be impos
ed uixin with a worthltaa. article. - ,
Forsale by SCOV1LV& MEAD,
111 Chart res streeO'ercDile-m.
General Wholesale Agents fer the Southern States, o whom
nil nri!n must be addressed.
EWIN. BKUW'.'j . twi-iastiviue.'jetin.
W. W. A J. BBERRYS io;
3. M. ZlinmMANA'Codor
CARTWR1GHT & ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS. do."
H. O. SCO-EL.
UNITED STATE3 HOTEL.
mllE zbove HOTEL is now open Gir tlie reception of rA
Tb1 Ioui established and weU-known House haa under
sex a thorough alteraSoo thronghout, and turniihed with
ToiT VBLEwiil always be snpplied with the BEST the
niarkcfaffords; and Uie 'Proprietor trusts, by a jysfimatlc
couV.se both with servants and the regulations of tha hocM.
gen railv, he will be eaabled.ta.gire entire. ttofrtion t c
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