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NASHyiIXE,TONN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEll 19,-1853.
i j, jHLtliEnicK stueTet.
TUJWBEKLY UNION AND AtJCAN-U finished'
1tijrsubiiribera&i tlifr following rates: Single copirasono,
year in advance. t2 50; within the ycar3 00; at the end
of the year f I 00. Clubs Of Gvc and upwards $2 00
. per, ov;yy.,for one year. Clubs of subscribers will he re
ceived fijrsixrnontlis at the fo,rcgoiug rates.
he.TRl-WKEKLY .ts.pitblisb.t4 every Tuesday "huraJa
and Saturday, at ?5 peraunntu In advance; if m. pain-a
DAILT is rrtiUUshat Eight Dollars.
tSTIIE .MONEY I ' LL CASES TO ACCOiiTAKx
suBsuRiPTdo:s ,., .
Remittances, i-f feubsetiplions rra- bs uade bjr mail ji Puri
paperwill be soot out of the State unless the,order Is ac
companied with the cash. '
ron jHijtuirr. ' .
" s3fViireBtliriiod to announce L.W. Fcssisu as -a'
cnjWate for re-election to the ollice of Sherilf of Davidson
coihjV; at the next March election.
reanthtirizcd to announce Jonx K. Enitosnso.v,
a ttrulidate fir tlt Sheriffalt y -of Davidson county,
iiSyWus are autlsirized to announce Knock Cuxxixcuam,
as iM&itdjdate for Sheriff at I he ensui u election.
23T"Wc are authorized to announce William Luvox, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing'
J3TJVe, are authorized tn announce E. B. Biglet as a
canMite for l:eriff, at the eniHanj election. '
' cunts' or Tiin coi'sty corp.T. j
l'25??Weare authorized to announce Josiab Fkbeis as a I
candidate fur UtHintr Court Clerk at the ensuiugeieciir.il.
E8rWe lire authtrized to announce Felix It. Cueaihax
a candidate fur re-electien for County Court Cleric at tbeeu
Jh0Vc are Mithorrzed in announce Isaac M. Joxrs acaii
dfdate for Comity Omit Cleric, at the nest March election.
2 I'OR COUXTY TlicSTEE.
,.Jrjt"I,We are autlwrized to announce Jonx Raixs for
reelfrolfcii a County Trustee at the ensuing election.
2e are authorized to announce Tuom as Susnkk as a
carftjidatc furTrasleeof Davidson County.
,lSy Wc are authorized to announce George Clark as
a .candidate (or Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
tiW We are authorized to announce the name of W. K.
llnxTKit (Collector, as a candidate for Trustee ior Davidson
couatv at the nextilarch elections.
.Unr-sT. rai-LKNeiiMa candidate for Kegisfer of
the I.and Office for Middle Tennessee at ttie ensuing sswsoin
of the legislature.
J'OH OCTOKKU, 185a.
'(iatlier the roe.bud while ve tnav,
01.1 lin.e is.stUI a Hying ;
Ail that same llower" that bloonn to-day
'i'o-nmrrow slrall bsdying."
MVwflBS at a dWnnce are jiarticularlr requested to mail
IhVir'onlers for I'aekaijes or Miigle Tickets, in these Mag
iiiliecut Lotteries, without delay. Poverty canu-.tbe cast oif
1i6ooh; and there is no fet in Philosophy more suscepti
ble" of demonstration than that there is at on: tndy tortu
iiato and far-famed Oihce
A AJWiiio;;ie Prize for trtry owe .'
i..i : . .u.. : , i .1.
that he should '
ORDER EARLY I ! ! -Bv
x4otiH; jiur Orders, im.uiay miss the tide
"wlitdi taken ai ilie llood, leads on to fortti ie." The sooner
one iioeomes rich Itie better, and the sooner v 011 mail your
orders for a
PACKAGE OR SINGLE TICKET, .
In thopojMtaraad Lucky 1itteries, to our World Ke
nowncd and Truly Fortuaate Agency, the sooner you will
befouiS rich. Remember that p'roSfa-tTiiatToTils the""MT5r
tf forUunr as well s of time. ' '
JVo A Jiatcmeiit in Selling li izes! , -
i " The '''G'mhiexs" in her beit mooit. ' -
7-W''ja rYFKUd- CO. fromaeXm
f--'ilfl t tic l.KA of &fUnAtr.-
AV-S SI tflt liS M A K V M K K C II A K T S .
Capital Vrio 5,000.
.XK.12,4,T1, SW in a Packagj ofWlnda Tickets to 'w i
iChvb in Mississippi. ... 1
$SP,0i)i) sold to a new Correspondi-nl in X. Carolina,
'$18,000 sent in PotBge of Tickets to Oliia
$ir,W sold 10 a meretiaat in Philadelphia.
fc'JSjOno -ild to a Captain of a Steamboat.
S?l)i.fl.M jientInPaAagef HaVfTickebi to South Carolina.
fctVWu tld 10 an old corre,oiident in Virgiifc.
f,0 sert to TeaueMte it was the first order tor a Pack
age of Tklet.
ifrf.otiafcaut to Camden Coutilv.Xorth Oarolinx' -.
"TliaboveP,iie weiv all said and paid by the Far-
Faiml Prue Setters and Bjnkers,
PYFriU A CO., So. 1 IUdrttt, HaUiHtOrt,
33?Thc CerUteeate 1 'rices of jickagLS tit quarter tickets
only, ate given uekiw.
Price ot Priceo f
lOct. ' Prijses.
1 0 ol ryo )
7 " Xoi.
7 6 Xok.
7 s Nas.
IS draw n
, 18 drawn
I t drawn
S ". 00
. f t
J55Drawiugs Cwwardeil to Co-n'espoudents bythe first I
miiU after Uie loWrtries ai e drawn.
i5f "Correspottden i s nil pk-ao order a few days before
tae lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per oeiitage in favor of those purchasers
wlwwder by the Pucka 3 and the chances of drawing four
of the largest 1'rue.s in the Scheme, me tluaebyseciiied.
We advise the purcna.-e fl.'ac.ages of Tickets lu etcryin-
rgf-Baftlt DiaftsorCertiliciitesof Dermsit-payahlc in Gold
atiglil, will be piooiytlv rcmittcHl to those Correspondents
who drar pria-s at PI FER & CO'S.
arReoiember-A Packaoe of Tickets, can draw foub
of the most splendid priies in a scheme.
3J"In order to secure a Foitune, and thecash immediate
vafier the r-sult is known, the readers ot this paper lave
only to remit cash Drafts or piiv tickets, totheOld Eslab-i.4idrfiirfiiHie.Iaudtrult-foituuate
Brokers, ' PrtEll A CO.,
octj lm Xo 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
Cbilltp-' tm4. A". 25, i;ipi-,t' Seunihtr Houtt.
BEGS lesve to infiinti his friends and the public.- .
1 generally, that he has opene.l a regular Cof-B15"
Jin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing
and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skid s Patent Indistruct
ible Air-tight and Air-eUiausted Bunal Cases, the best
now in use for preserving the o-is, he will keep a supply
of them c-Mistantly on hand,toget!ior with an as.--rlment of
all kMs (ScoK-ied and, wood Collins. He is prepared to
fumiah g.nA Hearses and anv number of llaeks Uiat mat
be waalol; alsoshrbiids of ctery description, made in the
Last stj 1c, tojprtlier with e cxy oqnipage netessary for fune
rals. All telegrapliic 'desjiatches or orders from Steamboats
and Railroads, or trom the Minounding tMiintry will be
promptly atteoded to. Particular attention paid to pie
pcring and etlcasing lodies for transportat on. All orders
loft at his Furniture and ClSu Rooms jirouiiily attended
to, ootlmightaiid day he will givo bis personal attention
lo all funerals. Charge model ate.
J. 1L CURREY.
X. B. riimiture and Slattrasscs of every description
made to order and of the best materials, and warrantr d; also
fumimre repniit-d ui tne bet style and with (liFjuilil
au27 n F. J
SOMETHING NEW. "
Tin: south nasiimli.k FiritNiTUiti: j
MANUPACMURING fOMl'ASY, are now offering 1
gKsplendHl assortment ot l'hin and Fashionable Fur
mtiireat tlieirDejioton Maikct streel.ThomasVA
ggnew building, ilietween Union Hall and the
Npiaix',) tt hich they otler at pne 10 suit purchasers, (Tl '
both al whole sale and retail. They intend to give satislac
lion (oimrelisen wotk warranted.
Call and examine their stock.' . Orders for Work at tended
with despatch. R. II. GROOMS, Pres't.
W. LXaxcc Sec'v LT'i'l"
, r c gJI, CASjr,, -
-"TTXTED at the S.uili Xasliville Furniture Factorv.of
100,0ofetof IJk incli Walnut Plank - -wide;
W.OOO do do do lo do; .
oO.flOO do S do do do do;
109,T do Walnut Scmtlinf;, 8 ti-et long, 4, BA fiin. sq're;
lOS.OOO doChTV do do do;
aOd.OOO do iyi inch Cheny Plank wnle;
S0,W do g do do do;
--0,W0 do S do Wi do;
do Ash, rangiiiKfrom ltoS in thick -wide pkiit;
Also, Pofdur of all sites usl for Cabinet poroses, for
which timvrUl be paid on delivery.
Also, 95 or) pood CAIIIN CT MAKlllS wanted, to whom
fair iirioaswiM be given in cab. Also, 1 ore good UP
HOLSTERS. Xwie but gtHid workmen need apply.
i an 17
VtlHrf I ru AE ! FU KRITi'ES ! i
-r AM iustrwviviiKra tine esirtment otFur-
1 nitureoi" the latest and most approved
a 1 1 let, which will be warranted as recommend-
. nmt trill lm Mllll nl r-lllMO US tllC clllttDust.
I I V I
atired my tvtire rooms, 1 hhi k-i an ,
Inn's superior Pianos Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rfrs,Ac. Fruituro of all kiBdsmade to order. Articles
nt free to tl e Railroad or auv where in the city. Remem
Ver45,.Uni9n treS Cheap i Wilure -Depot.
ap27n I .U..ilUKiU..
1 -nkv" niitld sf &K:." " - ri
' J.'G. BROWN,
formerly of the. firm of Eic'11, Biawn& Co.)'
oTAS ojicned, wiUian'fentire'newUSct of Drugs, cJf
&f Jledidnefi, Taints, Qils, Veifumery, j,tAT j
Jj, on the Eito formerly tvcnjiicd by the old firni,tiJ )
o. 4i College streetthreo doors- frum Union; wherehe"
will bo'rSlraed tn wait upon his old friends aud citizens sea-.
erallyv Particular a'tentkra is given to Thysicians' Pre- ,
scription, whicli will be tilled with accuracy and -dispatch. ;
Scroical iKSTaiiENTconipn.'dng'PoclDEt XBases, assort j
ed; Pocktt Vial Case; several .uew-pattenis; Spectduiusi
assorted; Midwife, Amputating andTrenanning Ipstniments, i
incases or separate; Tooth Foieep and,Key.; Sletluscojie:
Cupping Apiaratns; rilomach l'umj; Dissection' InMruf 1
mentj, Ac., Trusses in ewry-ruriely o complete assortment
ofeveiTtliinr usual! v kept in this hnerray be found at ,
auS7 , J. (1. UKOWyS.
illiJIlOAM.-A Jare stock, and irom. the, best
mauulacturers. some exceedinglv tare, never before i
brootrht to this market. Attention '6f Physiciansv 'to this I
iiartcf mv stock is resiicclfullr solicited. I
13 EK21UD A AHItO W
HOOT. Warranted per- i
fecilr pure and freb; full supply at
aug7 . f "i"I5L
iiUl''U3iI-:h.Y--liVevery dvle, French, Gcrnian and'
American Cologne, Hair Oils,' Pomades, &e,4c. ,
Tooth l'owderand Paste, Picr'sAroutaticVincgar, (ileap
Hose Ilear's Oil, Cell Lavender, .brown aud while Windsor
Soap, Uarbers'Jvjapin 1 lb bars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain ud Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Ac,'Ac.
Shell andliutTalo Dressing rnd Fine Comb', Ivory do. Pow
der PuBsand Boies, Lilly White, Alabaster. &c
auK7 J G11R0WX.
-) TEA CO-IH'Arf V. I hare a full stq-ply of
i Hie best qualities oil cas, put op liy tins Company
It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown &Co'.,- wfifch
pave (uchecncral satisfaction." -The Xe Plus Ultra-Bbck;
Tea and Plantation Imperial nie thought to bo ajierior to
anv inthismatltt; alt. Teas in small caddies of 2 lbs
eaclu an-7 3 O I1KOWX.
lO.VOIlliSS WATUK-1 have made arrangerucnis
to keen a constant sunt! r of flits water, which 1 receirc.
diifect from tl.u Soring: 3 cttM just i eeeived.
a,,ff7 . , ... . J (I BP.OWX.
QTOXI-: WAItK Or all descnptionsand best quality;
also, Flower Pots, assorted sizes.
J G 1!U0W
1VA3I1JOO FISHING I'OI.ES lot) jnt reteiied;
also, a full a-ooriuicnt of Fi.-hing Tackle, Limerick
Hooks or Snoods, pointed Poles, Ac
aug" 2J 1JL- G- BROyX.
IOirTlflTllAIU L-xoiw' Katharion, Bogie's Hjpe
1 riou Fluid, Barry aud Clirchagh's Tricopherous, at
augT J G BliOWX.
O TAJtCll. 15 boxes l'nictori Gamble's Peuil f tait;U
O also, superior article of country made btarcli.
.1. O. BROWX.
rpUKXIl' SI'KO. A large lot of Summer and Win-S-
ter, and Summer and Winter mixed.
au7 d C: BUOWX
IO II J ELLIK.S. Sp irkhng (ielatme, (.'o"!""' a a-"1
1. Itusm blieet, and ba
Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot of
aus7 J. U. UKUWiS.
T 1JX1NGTON iM I'STAKI), in U, and 1 It. Cans;
1j fi esh and jint ice'd. uug7 .1. G. BROWX.
Sri2A"STI,OAVlTl::itS and Biown'sEss. Jamaica Gin
X ger, Tiite Lead, Red Iid. Chrome Yellow, Chi-ome
Gteen, Ac. Iird Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish. ic
aug7 J G. BROWX. 48, College st.
THE MAS All FOW"
a. b, docglas., sic'r.
C0XT1XUE to furni-h Gnn Powder of all tlicir wcll
knomi brand", Ji'mtueitf JHjle, AmtrUma $orttt
jitjiiit I2ijU in kegs, half aud quarter kegs and cannisiers
of one pound cch. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
H LASTING AND TUNING
pnrjHies. The reputation of their Gnu Powder is too vell
known to require comment. All orders promptly tilled at
inriWiT Depot, Xorih-cast comer of the Square.
S. II. L00MIS, Ag't forthe 11. P. Co.,
ang2 if Xashvillc, Tenn.
dow Curtains. Ac.
JOa hand a laipj assortment of unglaied Papers, from
j lu tojcts per Dolt.
KIGES A G0RBKA'.
Xo. 2.1, College street, next door to the Sew anee House.
w. w. 1'INN, . ;
41, MARKET STSEET ,
BETW3ES nMOXAXDTUK SgUAEE,
G OLD AND VE LVET 1A - SSZvf.
I PFR HAXG1XGS. A large . JM
and beautiful variety. fSfc'
I):coiative "Wall Papers, all CaOOi2Jii'
the Litest French dcsiffin.
IJorders, indow I'aiicrs, Toaster and Cen.
tre l'ieces. alaige as-oimient.
Clieaj) li'agliizcil laper- 12,000 pieces in slore,
from lo i' cts. per Holt. All for sale, and Cukp ixjk
JUST FINISHED AHiTfOR-SALS
Clark Street Coacli Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROITHES,
UOCICAWAYS AND FA3IILY CAHKIAGF.S.
e-T Take PARTICULAR NOTICE ihat r-tO.KSL-Stout's
Coacli Shop is on CIARK STREET. ht).
july 19 IRA A. STOUT.
THOU Is HOUSE. KELSON' WVLKEB.
IIODGK & "WAI.KEi:. '
Barbers, Hair-Drrsers, tic, &c,
Ao. 18, 0.?.r trt.
HAVE opened their new establishment, ami ofTer totheir
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a i-ali will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Bat boring. Hair-Dre-iS-ing,
Ac, we have large, cnnimndiouft-and neatly furnished
Bath-Itooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be suqwssen m the conn-
trv While pissing, gentleman and palrons. just step in
aud sec with what mnic tve "make the hair ny, an.l what
a salutary clTect our pure water lias upon a wearied and
ciU bodv. aits;', tf
UNIVERSITY 0? LOUISIANA. TTETIICAL DEPART
MENT. rTMIE Annua! Course of Ijcetuiea in this Depertment will
L comaience on MONDAY, Xoveuiber 11, uud will u-r
lniiiatc in the ensuing March,
.lAtit.s Joses, 11 I), Professor of Practice. 1
.1 L Ridiikij, M I), Professor of Chemistry.
Wakces Stone, M V, Professor of Surgery.
A H Cexas, il 1), Professor of Obstetrics.
A J Weduerui rn', M D, Profess, ir of Anatomy.
Gcstavas A NoTr, M 1), Professor of Materia MeJica.
Tuomas llr.NT, U I), Professor ofl'hysiology aud Pathology.
CoENKLtrs C. Bkaho, M D, I Demonstrators of
Samuel P. Cnorrix, M 1 f Aiialomv.
The rooms for dUsecVng will be open from the third Mon
day in October to the First of April. !
The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the
Charity Hospital, and attend tfusiustitution from November
lo April. Tne Students accompany the io!bssors in their
visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in ihis
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
the year. THOMAS HUNT, M. 1) .
au;;a w3m Dean.
'Hsi5asaey?s Heftier mid
V TtFPPri tli F.irrr.rs tjt tlin at.ifi'inrr.t.s helorr. made.bv
J Dr. John Shelby aud I F. Bradley. I hate seen it in
weration several times. Iamsatis!iedofif3tnx'at utility. As
he season is advancing, I now offer those 1 have onhandfor
L. P. CIIETATHAM. .
junc2'.i, 1S53. Xasliville, Tenn.
IiAsnvii.LE. June 2$, 1S53.
Col. Ij. P. Cheatham: V&ir .. I have been usinjr i
J IaTaLL I'AIMJKS.-Jostre- ApTtS
I YV ceived, W0 bolts of those -SSl,,, ' '
" , Ij-autiful French Papers, for Pailois. AUB .
j iiai.s, c, loceuier wuii a .-pit-imni a 11.., ' ,
I lm "Rotipinjr and Mowing Jlachme atenu nted by ilanncy
- , of Illinois iiliicliyouarenowofferingtotheciiizensofTen
! iicssee. His a 1'iR.srKATHnr.oasAtiNGMACiuxi It works
xeati.y and ntrluLV. The amount cut per day will deiend
ceati.y and n trliiLV. The amount cut per
jrincipally upon the speed of the team,
ravel four miles ter hour, it will Reap or 11
principally upon the speeil ol the team, it the team can
3S ter iiour, n win neap nriu, uncv ncs
n ten hours, ltia-rntitlcd to ihe confluence ol the public
Respectfully ,J. SHKbUl.
I.L.F.Bradlev,' now mm-isring the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following staien.ent . We have badfor more than
Rie neck-,0114 .of Col. Cheatham's mowing and. reaping
inaehiues.welarcti-!ed it in clon rand grain blown and tai.
jjled, and I now state Ihat itumws mid cuts cleaner thanithe
Kvthe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 11
Lauds. :uifl itn.n reana t laast 1 -vent -tour acres per day.
junesti-tAw. !.'. BRADLEY.
DESISAIiLE COUNTUT ItESIDEKCE X0R SALE.
1 WISH todlspose ( iiiv Farm on Mill Cieek,4 egg
X miles Ir.un NaslinHe. tilnmt 40 nls from the Mnn-V?y
frretoiti' Tuiup-.ke, adj.uiiing ihe lands of Birdw ell
iildnell, Minerra and Fmnkliu Coheres, containing about
;o aries about io aen-s 111 wod. and the balance under cul
Ijvnlioii willia.-s-'ji.i! , rclunls a.sthereaie mihc Stale, con
sistmg of ik'aches, -aple. , jvars, grapes, plumbs, in a great
Variety; two neverfailing spring-, mid several tlialybeate
sprites. The Improvements me wry fair consisting of a
g-.iod tVatnn tnse, with ioich tv-ct front; one good brick
wise, siliokt; ho-.ise,' kilcuen, stables, cribs, Ac. The orch
ard, by close attention, tt ould j i.-I.l li-oai $00 to $500 year
ly.Rs ihe trait Ts of Jhachoice-t kind. My only reason for
wisliing to dispose of il is my iafenii.m to cliaiige my loca
tion and business. 1 will dispose ofniy slock andfurnilure
to any person wishing to purcliaW the s-aid farm. Terms
acconmiodaiing. Title Indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of L- MOSES,
angt Xa. 19 College st
"VTOTlCll. 1 am closing up my business with a vicwof
XS permanently withdrawing. Many persons arcltidcbt
ed to me by noie aud account, some' for years, audi hope
they trill call aud pay up without further delay or trouble.
I have removed my llonks and Papers to'the room ad
joining -Messrs. W. it Gordon A.Co. '. '- .
' aug 14 ' ;(.SAMEAY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fr.wJJ. NEW ARRIVALS. -. -
. .- Dr.I.KH3 IX
lUOOT.S, SHOES, UA-TSVXD TKUMW,
' -Jiw. 45, cowan sn:r, A-AiirjUit
T 11 ,;4 j
"TTTE wnnhl call the attention ofM SECinvrs to our l(7d7i.
tilt J)rnirtj)Knt in the warul storv where thev will
And a verv laTge and con)ilefe stock of HOOTS, SllOES
AXP HATS, tiich ' e have J'trnl from the ltands of Kast
ern" ' Hauvfneturtr; and ofler verr low bailie package"6r
dozen for Cash, or on accommodating terms to time dealers.
S)F , In the lUUH JtrjMtrtmmt we havefl fashionable and
complete assortment of Ladies and GeutletneiOfisses, Pots,
Children and tferraols, (the" vaiicty is too large t.i specify in
aniiuVcrtisemciit.y We solicit the attention' of purcliars,
feelinfr confident that all will besnited in flualilv and prices.
A. U. A C- W. ItOHEKTSO.V.
!35 IronPtame Sole Leather Tnivelhnsr Trunks. 6fbest
quality a constant supply. A. H. & C- V, . R.-
Xas"hville,.AugiLst SO, 1S53.
GKNTI.KMKN'S FINE lJOOTS &"siIOES.
GENTS Sup: French Gf, Pump Soled Bools;
" .. " " Stitched and Sewed do;
, " - " " J'egcd - do;
" " " " " and sewed Niocs;
' ,l " Patent-Leather Iow cut) do;
Indies', Misses, and Children's Gaiters, Boots and Shoes;
a great tarietv. Just i eeeived by
tepUO ' R.mAOEACHCltCH,42. College si. .
Slll'UIilOlt TKAVKIililNC; TKIiNKS. -,
I 7XTKA Fine Sole-Leather Trunks ;
U ' " Buggy do; . " .
" " " "Vali.es;
" " " Enamelled Leather Ashlatld ilo
A variety of Fine and Cheat) Black Leather Travelling
Tmnksand Valisesat KAMAUI3A- CHURCil,
sept 30 Xo. 42. College street.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DEKTISTRyT-
TR. ROSS would lespeclfully invite the
attention of the jmblic to a nkw axu ffn-K
1UPKOVKU MKinOD OF lNSKKTI.Va AKTirlCTAL --CUI. I .
tkktu, upon which he has been for somo time practicing
with great success.
The improvement consists in the teeth being arrangtd up
on a (date of jmrt plii'mum.&ni by means of n Mlicioiis
compound the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er, leaving no interstices for the lodgment or secretion of
food; at the same time forming an artificial gum beautpul
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the
inside of the teeth as well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine spaci
meus of this imjirovcd melhoJ at his operating rooms, Xo.
r7, up stair". College st. aug-.!" tf
DAGUEARBAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
MENT. DOBY VS A YEAR0UT, Xashville, Tennessee, College
Dobv.vs & Hall. Imisville, Ky.
Dobv.vs A IticiiAuoso.v. Moi-ssewet, Xew York.
Dosv.NS A Si'Ai'Linxc, St. Louis, Mo.
Douyxs & Ye-ikoiit, Memphis, Tenn.
Itom'.vs A IlAnnixoio.v, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishment, you can procure as
faie Pictures as can be had in any city, of any desired style
or finish, as i e bate every improvement, and eipect 'to
keep nj) with any and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish art isrs with eiery article used 111 the
art. Our arrangements arc such, we can fumi-di slock on
the most reasonable terms. DORYXS A CO.
X. 1!. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased persons at all times.
augl7 tf D.ACO.
FACTORY FOR SALE
THE SIIELIiYVILLE COTTOX FACTORY containing
763 spindles and preparations (part new) with 8 water-wheels,
and 1 cunplete set of triad cards, is offered for
sale on favorable lenns. The Factory house is a good brick,
Ct by 41 feet, and W stories high, all necessary out build
ings convenient. Enquireof
GOSI.1XG, WHITESIDE A CO.,
sept22 1m Shelbvville, Bcdftrd Co. Tenn.
WALL l'.Vl'UIt. On tiand, a fine assortment of
WALL PAPER for Parlors. Halls, Dining Rooms,,,
Ac,, Fire-screens, Window Curtains, Tecsters and trans
parent Window -blinds at
GLAGES A GORBY'S,
Xo.2o College St., ceit door to Sewauee Houe.
;Paper-hanging done in the best manner.
X. B. Transpcrent Window-Shades made to order,
- rALUAIJLi: ItKAL ESTATf 2 FOR .sAI.K.
1 A SITE fora beautilul country Residence, containing
25acrcs,2H miles fioin Nashville. uiOyards from the Frank
lin Turnpike, with a Spring and handsome Timber.
ALSO, the following Lots in the Ewingaddition to South
Nashville, viz: Lots Nos. CSS, 354 and 335, on Ewing Ave-
uue ami corner ot Am street. JiOts .Nos. 21 and 22 on .Norui'
i sidecf Fog? street. LotsNos. lTland 172on Wetmorcst,
I near Franklin Turnpike, l.-its 117 and IIS on Franklin
! Turnpike, ne-ir the comer of Wetmotc street,
i The abavc property will be sold c.n accommodating ierms.
1 Apply to ' LIXD.-sLEY A CROCKETT,
j -p7 lm Xo. 23, College stieet.
' "PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FBIEb
j For the cure of Painful and Kisoi-dered Menstruation,
I Miscarriageor Abortion, and the relief of all tVwe
j Sympathetic Nervous Afibctions attendant on
I Much of the suffering attendant upon the lives or females
! ai the present dav may be traced to some slight imprudence
j orneglect during sonic critical eriod of their pectiliarsea
' som, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
1 relieved, gradually tt cakeus and deranges the jystem, asd by
sympathy iuduces those chronic forms of disease Coii
j sumption. Dropsy. Dysepia, Ac which either hurry them
to an early grate or render thein invalid- for life. Many of
I the fairest aud loveliest of creation, at thata-T when the bud
I was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
i the elTectsol' obstruction, and the waul of a umeJv to assist
nature at that eventful mriod.
It is not ollered as a cure of all ills that f!eh is heir to,
bu! as a remedy and preventive for a certain clas-s of com
plaints, in which it is wai ranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicinedirected with experience an J skill can
perform. Sold by SCO VII, A MEAI),
111 Chartres street, Xew-Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern Stales to whom
all orders mu.-t be addressed.
j illy 1 ly dtwAtv.
FRESH EECEIPT3 BY NICH0L & PEACOCK.
TI5W J'LOUit. 1 bags St Imis Mills, expressly
for family use aug7 MUllUl.i.rKAUUUIv. .
STAIt CANDLHS. 500 boxes. halfar.dquaitcr boxes
Star Candles. Ju27 X1C110L A PEACOCK.
UGAKS. bbls StL-mis Crushed Sugar;
lo " " Powdered "
au"7 X1C110L A PEACOCK.
TAVA AND LAGl'YKA t'Ol'J'Ki: 2u bass
e old Govenuuent Java Coffee ; Co ba;s Iaiguvra Collie;
loo baSs Rio Coffee. N1C1I0L &. lTi.VCOCK.
SS. YILLIA31S Ageiu for John Williams, Xew
Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
for shipment "ulvl4
tlJIiliNYltTri -loobbN extra tlolden Syrup
T 100 halfbblsextra GoldenSytup. tor sale uv
W. If. GORDON A CO.
I'NIVUILSITV OK LOUlSVlLLtL
rrHK lectures in Ihis Department will commence 011 the
X last day of October next and tenninate on the last of
CHARL1S W. SHORT, M. D., I-jncritiis Profcssorol
Materia Medica and Medical Botany.
BENJAMIN li. PALMER, M. D.,"Frofessor of Descriptive
and Surgical Anatomy.
LUNSFORD P. YAXDELIi, M. Professor of Physiolo
gy and Pathological Anatomy.
SAMUEL D. GROSS, M. 1)., Professor or the Principles
anil Practice of Surgery.
HENRY MILLER, M. I)., Professor of Obsletric Medi
cine. LEWIS ROGERS, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and
BENJAMIN S1LL1MAX, Jr., M. D., Brofessor of Medical
i Chemistry and Toxicology.
AUSTIN FLINT, M. I)., Professor of the Theory and
I Practice of Medicine.
T. G. RICHARDSON, M. I)., Demonstrator cf Anatomy
and Dissector in Pathologioil Anatomy.
EDWARD FULLER, Janitor.
The fee for admittance to the Lectures of each Professor
is S15, (105, in all,) payable invariably in advance. Mat
riculation aud Library fee together, 650. Graduation fee,
$25. Practical Anatomy and Dissection, $ 10 ticket to be
taken at least once before graduation. Rooms open fumi 1st
A preliminary course of lectures, free to all students, will
be delivered during the month of llcb ber.
Clinical instruction is given twice a week at the Louisville
Ticket "i, to be taken once before Gradualion.
A Clinique has also been established in connection with
the University, at which operations are performed and cases
prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the class.
iS Good boarding can lie procured at from J2 50 to -3
a week. K P. YANDELL, M. D.
sepU2 -Stv ttv limn of the Fuevlty.
"COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE
WE offer at private Sale, a tract of Iind contain- ffii
ing 103 acres. 50 acres cleared, tvilh cnr.ven- jSjjjj'
ient residence, out buildings, Ac, Ac, well watered, j-A.
and situated 2 miles from Nashville, oti the Brick Church
2n or 21 Negroes will be sold with the place if de
sired. Apply to LINDSLEY A CROCKETT.
MORE NEW MANOES.
various styles and sizes, which will bo sold very low tor
cash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect
apr-20 W. A T. II. GREENFIELD A CO.
TT N. JIYEIIS, respectluuy mlorms
JLJL, the citizens otXustivilIc.aud tne pub
lie eenerally. that he still continues the above JS
businosson Cherry street, between Ccdarand
Line streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to
build Coaches and Carriages cf all kinds to order.
lie will keep conslantly on band an assortment of llng
gies,IlaroncIie,PhietonSj etc., whicli he trill offer
tor sale low for cosh. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches done at. theshortest .notice and
in Uie ijjfrbSt tntmner. ' " " i su??
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COSEPOIWD ' i
Tat JihiicOiJitrfr tiU llcnu&ieifur tht IriefUnf, tlu LiUrf I
Dyijiepiia, j5ij,jf;KiJ.oi InjlajTutivt. qf' the Stftn,'.
J&iriburni, Lbtu flittJ&ircf, J'iUs, GmtUrpiilrn, al
dLea4s of JSmeti-t, dtid iiciilUewtt at arite froma 1
Juurdsn'l tlJtle pf the SMnycA, Jiinr r liuvth, at,
iVniil tukl SyrMt unii liml. lor Gmtral VtbUUy,
from tckieh -a3ff ffeqven'Ij tafrr, Cieri ii T.A it
i-rpllE inrentor of this'prepara'ioa was for three years s
! X completely proifrated from Dvspepsia and inactivity ot
IheLjvtithathe yas frequently
;tl- for w eexs ai a tune uname 10,
raise hlmselffrom his bod. Ife sought aid from physician;
at home and in Europe, but in vain;' his case was pronounced '
hopeless.byjliousandsaiid it was by accideat that he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been ptaclicing med
icine, his success in' such cases has been unrivalled. He'
has beta-aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing thioughftie press of his own case,
until ihe character or the medicine was (ally established .
by its success, us shown Vj the certificates which haveoeen '
I subjoi 11 the certifier le of Prof. M. O tncEKT, of Me mphis.
Tenn., Willi wtiom 1 ulteu advised dimng the time ot my
Mssipms, Tenn., April 17,1352.
I hereby cci-tify that Ihate been acquainted. with Dr.J
N.Bledsoe and Fomcycai-s ago he was reduced I cdeve
lowerlhaul have ever seen anyone that ailertvards recover
ed, tt ith tt liat I supposed to beDyspejisiaand Liver allection.
and after trying theprescripiionsnf many Physicians in this
as well as other -countries, without relief, he finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in bein? restored to good
health. 31. GABBERT, M. 1).
Physic tails are requested to try tliis preparation
feel satistied ii will sustain the character we give to it ii
pubhCAtion. - - -
1 1 ustsvillz, January 1 2, 1552.
Dr. Bledsoe: I fake the Iibeny and fell it to La my duty
to recommend to all juTsons sufferius: trom disease of the
stomach, and bowels, your Alterative Comjiound, as a very
seperiofmedicine. Jfy n, aged 13 years, had been under
medical treatment about lite years lor dyspepsia and diar
rheawhen hating almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded lo try t our Alterative, two bottles of which, I" believe,
entirely cured him. UICAJAII CAYCE.
Hr.s-TsviLLE, Oct 17,1852.
Dr. Blemok: Some lime has ciapsed since I gave a cei
tificafe that my wife had beeu greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in savin" to
the public, that my wife had for three or fjur years Been
subject to the worst Auid of spells of cramp iu the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had fried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many difleren
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alteratit e compound, I did o and 1 am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
c.iuxuiciiii 11. iu nil peiouua auueiiu iiviu uiscascs 01 tins
liver and dyspepsia. X. B. ROBERTSON.
HuvrsviLLr, Sept.2?, 1351.
Dn. Bledsoe Having seen the publication or your Alter
afire Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
1 had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
must form ; that I lad tried almost every thing that is gi
ten by physicians, ami never found any thing that would ccr
tairdy relieve me, until I tried the ubot e medicine, which nas
relieved ma in ei ery attack in Ie than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Conor, Tenn., Dec 23,
Dh.Blkdoi: I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and tothose who are aiUicted, were I not to iurther
recommend ) our Alterative Con:oimd. It ha entirely re-
ueveu me, m inai 1 iinve not nan cause 10 laxe anytmng m
two months. 1 can eat antthing I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as gool asit ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dysjiepsia again I shall be suitAo
call uu you. 1 am verv respectfully your friend.
' ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
Hdxtsvillc, Ala., August 21, 1351.
This is to certify, that I liad suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Dfseases of the Liver. Physician "after Phy
sician liad prescribed for me without mr receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's "Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CABOTlIERS.
Hl-xtsville, Ala., March S, 1352.
Dr. Bledsoe: Sin : Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forme
to add Iurther evidence in 1 eg-ird to the healing virtues ot
your Compound; but 1 ainst sjy, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks .since, and hare gained
25 or Uo pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. G0FF.
J3f"Tlic above medieinp is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the tow us in the State. G. W. HEX
DERSUOTT, General Agent, fur wholesaling the med
icine. j3T"Piice $1 per pint Bottle. novlS lvd tr
BR. FRASK'S HAGHETIC onJTMENT. '
Jill. WINTERS had lostceirlv all of Ins hair and
had been bald lor many t ears: by the use of tirefl' l-
Ui if Hie M i',iin.4,'it, fl i.ia hair eittirfit ie-
so;w, and now has as beamitul a head of hair as any man
could wish, nis ae is about .Ml years. " I
A son of Mr. Wairen, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been allliclel with the Asthma from his' cradle- He had j
the benefit of the best medical advice that a lovmg and 1
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of 1
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al-
most to a skeleton. By the tie of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he tva-sA"riWfiye?tc, andforseven months past has 1
enjoyed robast health.
This was an extreme case of injkvnmal'um. of the tpln,
of long standing has 3 vauelv of treatment Irom" no less thau .
dtfltt different physiciaus, without receiving benefit was j
cured br the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint- .
menu 111s .was lonrmonms agoa 1.1 ine ui.iy ratrs. uun- j
ham,) is sldl in good health, and able to attend to her usual !
household duties 1 Iiave treated two cases of t'Ja-otie ,
Aj.s with tho Ointment, both of the patients bo marly
tW,as tor.eed an attendant to Je-id them from place to 1
p ate One 01 them bad been oiHicted H years, the other ,
about tfyears. I hey hail trwd the best rA.ys:cmns m the
State, witboutbenem; and oneot them had been under the ,
treatment ot the celehra ed Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eigiilccn moutlis.and had expended hundreds of dollars in ,
vain efforts to effect a cure.- They are now by useol the
.ur. .. - n - 1 4 44..
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no ease hnsit
failed of ti'trinn immeili'tte relief arul jtnf rally a jxrmchent
cure. I have also used it beneficially "in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but cot least, I have within the last year
cured four eases of CANCER hv the use of the Magn-etic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every i
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re-
commend it to be one ot the most useful remedies ever of
fered to thepublic Respectfully Yonrs,
BURTON IIUBBELL, M. D.
DaledJan 27, 1 350, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city, ihereare quitea numberof indi-
vidiialawho ascribe their restoration to health to the useol 1
this extraordinary Ointment I
For sale by H. G. SCOVEL, I
BERRY li DKMOVILLE,
mavG CARTWR1GHT & ARMSTRONG. I
' ISA A. STOUT, " 1
COACH At A N Ui; A C T URE It ,
jNO. .) CLICK tlTBKBT, NASHVILLE, 1 hNX.,
XcttJvor ti II. S. F.civKt Grocery Warehouse, and op
MtiU 3Sorriib Oration's
A LL kindsof carnages for sale, with harness rvsf.,
JljLtoKuit. All woiksold by mois made atJSsSii.
UieClatk Street Manufactory, and Warranted, and will bo
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made itortli or hast.
Reirairing done with promptness and dispatch, and nil
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. marl5.
I IIAVE this day assoc-atel with me in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, "A. C. MARCH. ' The business, in future
will he conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note oraccount, will please come
up and make iayment. " J. D. MARCH.
;;Tj" Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto-
lore. a conuuuauce oi me same ia isirctuui ;Hjitiu.-u.
ian2 J. 1). MA1(CH A SON.
X AND WAKRAM'S.
-AVe are buving and paving
IAX1) WA'Rl.'AXTS. 'Per
I i the veryhichost unces for LAX I
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may 'lepenn on geiinig tne nignesi
nrices at which they arc scllingat the tunc in Nashvilie and
thecash remitted or paid to order.
DYER PEARL A CO.
V on the Gallhti;
sidos. Tho dwelling, which has recently been erected,
of the best materials and style, and upon a convenient
phii, einbrariiigniiiu rooms and several halls, with all ne
cessary out buildings.
The soil is very productive. The water is cool and pure,
flowiugm abundance. The orchard contains various kinds,
of bearing fruit trees of excellentqnality.
In point of health and society . the neighborhood is -unsurpassed.
The tract is susceptible of being divided into
three lots, each having a beautiful building site, with tun
ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession
can be had at any time. A. II. FORD.
For further particulars, apply to
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
iiilv27 2awtf rw Agents, College street
1 7OR SAlTifoIt RUNT. A new Frame Uouejmt
' completed tvilh seven rooms, well plastered t and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, in ilines'l additional
Nashville.- .The said house is abont four hundred yards
from the Female " Academy, and -will be sold on -reasonable
terms. ' ' .
icr particutatsi enquire of R. It' Crensha'ivT'nr
- W. D, ROBERTSON, M'Lemore st,
.ne. .' a-' - - ri t It ' .
e gsa 1
b FARM -VXD RtSIULiNCh, situated , ,, it,u,mii1.1! witli orpr lnrart- wilt ihsun
11 Turnpike, :iW miles from Xasliville, tw'..iw t,v tl,;. line eren- iHissihle omfort and accom
1 o acresv ou which iue suoscrioer uowre-
ESTABLISHED JOB TH TEABS.
OUR GjDtls are relecied and purchased by onrselvcs, ,
with great care in the best markets, which enables us '
1.1 oil I,..- ..- rtaoif .... r t- i i, t. t vft'Il n I
'wiiun ivi y,i:i4. taur t. uuuie are i .iin..m-' w
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house In the coun
try. Toy", Pocket Cnllerv, I'istoNj'Revolvers and Self- j
cocking; Spanish Cigars, A-c., A-c. july 2'2 tf-
SLNGEE'S PATEliT STBAIGM'NEEuLE PERPEII- '
DICULAH ACTION 1
Sxured by tico Distinct Patents.
rpIIESE extraordinary Machines have liad nuinerons di- 1
JL plonias and medals awarded to them, as the best Seir- I
ing Machines everdevised. They How form one of Ihe most
attractive features of the Great "Exhibition at the Crystal I
Palace in New York. " 1
The proprietors buying perfected their great manufactory j
in New York, are now able to nroduco tlie Machines at a
,n;rii.:."5ir ..'..i .:.f V c , ..."
8100 Cash, without Deduction or Discount.
Ot 1 lie admirable qualities of these Macmnes for all the
work of the Clothier, Tailor. Shce Manufacturer. Saddler.
Carriage Trimmer,t,'an Maker, and CorsetMaker.it is un
necessary to speak. Tne character of the machines for these
branches of business is established, and they are known
and admitted to be tho most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever devised. The clear profit 011 each machine is
from S"00 to $1000 a vcar, depending on. the fineness and
difficulty cf the work done. We desire to call the particu
lar attention of Shirt anil Collar Manufacturers to our ma
chine for stitching fine linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person interested that ro other machine hasevcr
done or can dothiskind of sritehingpsrfectly. The price of
the machine includes the necessaiy articles for using.
When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use,
and full printed iustructi jns for using are furnished.
Either of the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting
the places where our oilices are located, alfurd a convenient
medium for purchasing mechines.
Principal Oth'ce, No. 32.5 Broadway, X. Y.
, No. 251 Washington St, Ituston.
' No. l.)9 Baltimore fst, Baltimore.
I No. 1D7 Elm St., CinciiiiutL
I. M. SIXGER A CO.
J. II. Hurroxv Patent l'iamatlou
THIS .Mill JiflVrs front all otaers in the construe tion of
the upper or Kannlng Stone, which is composed 01
French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast iron Case, which
forms the back aud hoop of tho Stone with a Cast Iron Eve, or
Rash, than isofgreaterexternaldiameter at the bottom that
at the top, which is seenred to the back by faurbolts,so that
every block is in the form of a dove tail, which gives greater
strength to aStonethausnyotber method which is required
in small mills, where the stone is run with great speed, and
becomes dsngerou if not strongly made. It also gives an;
weight to astone ofsmall diameter that is required without
having itthicE or high, that makes it top heavy.
'this mill is a square frame made of wood or casllron.In
the form of a bus!, with Urdge-tree. Spindle Balance, Klog
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grinds ui on the sarau
principle as a larie mill, differing only in the Runner Stone;
this being of greatweightenables it to grind nearer the cen
ter a greater quantity of grain with le.-s power than any other
millnowin use. This niilliij portable, and may be attached
to steam, water, horse or baud power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erench Burr Hill Stones, manufactured
on tho same principle.
Joseph II. Barrows, of Cincinnati. Is the inventor, for
which he obtained Letters Patent in l?U. For alliufringe
cients the purchaser will be held responsible forthe right
TheseMlllsdonot require a Jiillright to est them np; and
. all that is necessary to put them in operation. Is to attach a
i hand to the pulley on the spindle, with a drum sufficiently
1 large to run a twenty-four inch Mill St1) revolutions per
; minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By the
j steady application of two harsc power the Millwillgriud six
, 10 8 bushels per hoarof good meal: and will grind wheat
1 as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put to its fullest
speod.wlll grlndfrom ten to fifteen bushelsperhoar.
rtiesa mills are warranted to be in etery respect as recom
mended. I Dmirrioxs ron Usino. PlaCcyourmlllaboutSOfeetrrom
I the Driving Pulley in 3 level position; make the belt of
1 1-atherslxor eight inches wid. Give the StnnetHti revolu
' tions a minute with. Ih sun. Keep the neck and step of
I the spindle well oiled. Place tho star on the back of the
1 Running Mone.iu thesamewayas the Cross ou tlio Driver,
1 that is.theway they are trimmed to run.
I KalVr to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio,
Jcsso Heal. Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
. Esq . of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdirectedto JOHN E. BO0MAS,
X. 52 Broadwav. Xashvillc, Agent for Middlesnd East
Tennessee, or " J. H. BUKKOWS,
Jan 2C d.tr-w. &w.ly. West Front st.Cln.O,
TUB GRa'.FKNIlEItC COMPANY Takes this
early opportunity of acknowledging ikt ureal compH-
rw,(i paid to their MeMicines by the
tfNNT'ssKE VTYTF JII-'DIC VL SOCIETY
in Their resolution of llav 5th. "That they shall urge upon
the Legislature the passjge of a Law, requiring the r-y
for oil these mciiciues to beiiled."by which the members
0f the s.iid societymay be enabled to have all the use and
benefit of them gratuitoush.
Xiie G. Co.ti&e the libe'rtyof suggestingto the Bakers Of
Vo0.r-:il t, rw.iitinn )h I.'.-.w n.,7 t m,rt .nr
Legislature, not to permit any
-.,:i;a ; .,.. , ,.!.
city to make their own bread, without ma
king known the ojyeranui, as such secret proceedings
are injurious to the well-doing of Bakers, and ought not to
be permitted. The grounds are precisely the same.
If Doctors were always infallible, there might be some
justice in legislative acts to compel the public to apply to
them universally, but unfortunately we have before us the
Crescent City paper of the 2d of September, from which we
learn tball "
DO OUT OF EVERY 100 CASES OF YELLOW FEVER
treated scicntihcally by the faculty Imve died, and
93 cases of every 100
treated hy old , the nou-mcdical members ol the How
ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the Ho
moqiathic Doctors, have been cured.
Such statements as the above are injurious to the profes
sion, for people are easily led estray, and may be induced
to attach less value to Latin prescriptions and expensive
Hiroglyphics, and occasionally trust to the dogmas of com
mon sense, laid down in plain English, to the Grtefenbcrg
iledicines, which are warranted to do no harm, ami lor
w hich no money is exacted if they do not prove beneficial.
It is well known tliat the
Dysentery Syrup and the Chililrcns' I'nnncca
of the Gnefenlierg Company, have, iu two years past saved
20,000 lives, from Flux aud Dysentery when all other rem
edies had failed.
But it seems that the objection tn these remedies is that
"it is an attempt to send forth medicines without the pres
ence of the Doctor" who is thus deprived of the proper de-'
grce of aid and comfort Ihat he should receive for furnish
ing the proscription, "Iliac illan lochrmitae." The Doctor
and the medicine should go together, the Medical Society
have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder.
TO TKAVULMJiS OOINCi NORTH.
Uiaitesl Stsites tflr&HILiiji
Through ia -18 to 50 Hours.
XEW YORK AND CUARLESTOX SEMI
WEEKLY STEtlil SHIP LIXE
LEAVES Adsrer's Wharves every Saturday
Prt and Wednesday, after tho arrival of the cars
from the South and West,
On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer J as. Ail-
;cr, 1,500 tons, J. tucKiiison, ommanaer- Jiurion,
l,2u0tons, W. Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday tho Union, 1,500 ions. Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Com
mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coast tor gaiety,
For freight or passige, having elegant State Room Acoom
modatious, apply at tlie otlice of the Agent,
septl5 HENRY MISSR00N,
CorncrEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves. -Cabin
passage $25. Steerage 3.
' .MARSHAL'S SALK.
BY virtue of a writ of Veudici ni Exponas to me di
rected Irom the Circuit Court of the United States
for the Middle District ol Tennessee, which is fouuded on
a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 2th day of
.March, 1S53, wherein Joseph IL Shepherd was Plaintiff
and Hetty Lanier and Felix R. Imier were Defendants
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash al the Court house,
door in ihe city of Nashville, on Monday the 7th day ol
November next, all the right, title, claim and interest o
the defendants in and to a certain house and lot, lying ana
being In the city of Nashville, on College street, it being the
same house and lot now- occupi.d bvTallA Cunnmgliam
as a Hardware Store, which lias been levied hipor. and w II
be sold as the property of the detenasnw ... m
.writ - "i v - .; - WirtrY.1?.- '
. J,B..CLEMENTS, ,
.writ - -
1 rwwl .md comfort hxocnenced and courteous l;omman
"HAH KNOW THYSELIV.'
An Invahtahle Moot w 25 cento. txEmrtj .MtrnSy
thoitlj have a Copy.''
rnWEXf.YilQliWNn Coplessold in less
1 tliau 5 mruilli a ., ,-!;, 1
and improTed.-Jiistisatiej. fitttir?
Dr. nUNTKR-S- JILDinil. MAVK.T.v;:i;rt,A y
AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing air
oiiUincoftheongintprogre.' treatment and enreof evtrj
form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual infer
I course, by self abuse- or by Sexual excess, wh!i advice for.
t uirneieniiou, wrnitii 111 u laiiiiuar style, avoMlm'g a
meuicai leauiicaiitifcs aaaoveniniDgrnatwouiiiouend Uie
- cart f decency, froin,tho resull o'f some twenty jearssuecens
ful .practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of 3
J To which is added receipt for the cure of the abovertIsV
H ,s anJa treali.seonthecauscs,svmptomsandeureofthtf
I Tisnnoxr or the 1w. nx, nm..,n: ,v- r.s-- Cm.
I tlWii liuXTERbldulAN
t. 1 c amine or thus work mdil
ailverti&eto cure the d.Mf ivh.M. it ir.u
1 1 - ."v vi v
ki iiuume oi one or ttu vt ivn ,
I ,fI(taffjs.7ne iJteto recommend him tlhe i
to?FMi,,"na'iav'rt Integrity !
they may place the greatest confidence. "
I JOSHPH LONGSHORE. M.D.
rEOH.t. O0DWACn.M. U..orlRV. TKirrov IN..
...4.4.. uu-swiuuiaj uave come miner mv no
tice, in which his skill has been maniret in restorin- toper
feet heaiili. in some instances where the patteut ha bten
considered beyond medical aid. Iu the treatment of Semi
nal Weak'ne-s., or disarniDgement of the functioiis,producrd
by self abuse or excess of venery, I do cot know his supe
rior in the proiVssitin. I lmve been auq'iainted with the
Author isonie thiny years, and deem it no more than justice
to him, as well as akiuduessto the unfortunate victim of
cafljndiscretion, to lecommeud him as oue, in wlioso pro
fessional skill and integrity, they nuiv safely confide them
selves. " ALV. WOODWARD. M.D.
Miifim nf llum .1 1' 1 . .. J : , '
This is, without exception, tho most comprehensive and
W ti.e reason ofits readers.
Tf ia. fr.- tnn fill ohLx-tiiui
ble matter, and no parent, however fastidioiL', cau object
to placing it in the hands ot his sods. The author Il-vs .bw
"i??! i TOtC4l,uay.r;avstothetrcatnieutofthe various comptiiBU
"i n treated of, aud tvilh too little breath to puff,' and 'too Iit
aluler, ti i.i-b.i,,(. i ,-.. ... i..Jp .1 .
the merely cominiil price tf 2". cents, the fiuib of some
twenty years most sncees-ful pnictice" ItraU.
"Xo teaoherr parent shouktbe withont the-kamtle cV
imparted in ihis in vahulue work. It would save years 00
jam, mortilieutim and .-orrow to the voUlh usder their
tharge." Pt'jJf .lat-v.rfc
A. Presbvtonon cieririaan in Ohio, in writing of "Hun
ter's Medical Manual,' mii-"Tliousands tin thousands
tifouryoutli, by evii example and inihience of the passions,
luvo been led into the lobit ti' eif-pollution without realiz
ing the sin and feartol c.nseiuences upon themselvs and
j-osteritr. The cunsMutions ot" thousands wlio are laisiB"
lanrihes bare been eiif.-ebted, if not bnk n down, and thev
de not know the cause or the cure. Anything that can be
done, so to euhghten andiudueuee the public miud as to
check, and ultimately to remove this, wide spread sourceof
human WTetchctatss, would confer the gruutot blesMog
next to tlte reltgioii of Jesus Christ, on the present and
connng generatiouf. Intetm eniEcs Cur the-
eating dnnk3,)thougfe it ba slain thousands njwn thou.
.7 1 ? spurge u me unman race. Accept
my tliaukaon behalf of the afflicted, and. tour co-wotkerrs.
the good work you are so actively engaged in."
One copy, (securely eaveloped.) will be fi.rwardL free or
postage, to any part of Ihe United Slates for 25 cents or
copies lbrfl. Address (post paid.l
. .. Publishers, l!oxl, Philada.
jooKseuers, Vativassers and lknik Agents sumdied ou
the most liberal terms.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FASH FOR SALE.
''pllE subscriber would call the attention of those who
X w:sh to embark in the Iron business, also those wl.u
wish to ow n a handsome and fertile farm, to the following
property which he offers f,ir sale.
1st. Jackson Furuaccand lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is ou Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the Siafe, biing
47 feet high. The furnace, except the stack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to put in blast br the 1st of No
vember. The route of the North Western Railroad, as sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and the timber ainl grounu admirably adapted
for coaling. "
Also, Belleview Furnace, and abont 8600 acres of land,
includingthe Dickson oieh.mt. ThisFumaceis mi Jones'
Creek, auout three miles South ef Charlotte. There is a
good water jiower, and also good tanning lands attached to
Also, the'Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about S7,
00 acres of land. The fall is Sh feet, and the head t water
immense. There are some very tine farming land in this
tract, and it is altiigether a most desirable location.
Also, the Mill C reek property and Duct River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of
which there are five or six. prescntiho best water powerj
forthe sizeof the stream that can be found in any country.
The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposit'e of ore in
the State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank iu the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck River, and the lands arouud are covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tnnnel. at the Narrows of Harpetli, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with te acres of knd for
buil-Jings and machinery. It isiuisecesi ary to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Haqieth. ft is known to
every one, and twenty-five years of experience enables tlu
sub-ibertospe-afc tvilh certainty .f its great benefits and
usefulness. It is-, indeed, only lobeseentobe appreciated.
I-astly, my Williamson Farm, on which 1 now re-ode, Md
whicli tor beauty and fertility is second to none T1.B house
is large aud airv, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and abo
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm," watered by Little Uarpeth, and the best evidence of !
its quality is the hay produced on it this year, which all !
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen.
Itis altogether one of the nut desirable farms for beantv '
and profit that is m tho South-west. It contains about S8 1
The above property is offered for sale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the factliat Hie I
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve liimself if I
the care, necessarily incident to so much real property hv- I
cated at different points, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any One wishing to purchase any of the above property I
t'l: vti we atmsvouet m iits resilience, or un
dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamson tonniv. Ten
neesee. aug31 lm M. 1SRI.L,
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1551, and stud bill to this office.
"VjXCROCS FOK SALi:. The subscriber has sev
J. 1 eral families of Negroes ilmt he will sell at private
sale (o persons residents in tlris Sta'e. ami who intend to
keep them therein. Residence ou the Nastt ille and Frunk.
Iin Turnpike, 11 miles from Xashville- M. BELL.
EAXAWAY from the subscriber on the night of ?j
the Srd iusi, his negro bov AMOS. He i t ubout JSr
20 years of age, 5 feet y or lo indies high and weighs
Bw(ni.nt iumi.s. tie is a urignb muiauo, iia siraigni
hair and bloe eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass Uim- '
Self as a white nmn. He was raised by a Mr. Da-key, of J
Spartanburg District, and wxspurchosod by Cnpt. Jamea I
Bonds of Spartanburg C. II. He is probably lurking in J
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt his escape to a i
free Stale. He rod"off a sorrel bcrSe ten or twelve years j
old, which has a scar mi both tdwmlders earned bv warts.
and is shod belund, is quick iu gaits ami sWps short, hohhs
a tine head, is sunk very much above theeves sod ibclMow
tobesjiiteful. Tlie abote reward ofnFT DOLLARS
will be given fiirthe apiUThension of the Viy and horse:
the boy to bo lodgsd in any jail in the State. All expense
for keeping the horse wiH'ulso be paid.
Xewbeiir.S. C. July, W. O. XKEL.
ESB'S PATENT SrHAW CUTTEIl AND INDEPEN
DENT C0HN CH0P172E.
THIS very important invention Ills been in use about
three years. Tlie inventor lias made rrovrmcnt.s
which have leudrred it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It lias given entire sutisiaotion to
every one tt ho has used it, and is the tnnA superior machine
in use, for the purfiose for which it is desigued. It is dm
I pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept ia order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a boy 12 years of age.
I It will cut straw or corn in the shuck from lwlf inch to
three incncs in lengtn. .Many certiticates might be pro
duced from Farmers who have used them, to prove tneir
superiority over any other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will find a valuable acruuitiou to their farm
The subscriber has grealty extended his means forrnan
ufocturing these machines, and he now solicits for tbem
trie attention nt the public, aud tho tarmer-t ami planters
particuhirlv, of toe South and West. He will hereafter be
, able to fill all onlers rapidly, and ensures til machines ti
do the work for which they are designed.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose ol nc its lor counties
ill dispose of rights for counties or Statenon leasoimble
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture ihem,
and will hiniish one set of casting for patterns.
sep7 Cm JOHN E
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE
ON tbe 5th day ot November next, the midersigred will
otlerfor sale'40 acres of river bottom and island Land,
lying in Jackson county, Ala., at Ihe lr.t wlre the N. &
C iP II. crosses the Tennessee ltiycr, rm.mngtt.rmiglx the
same'. Tho tract contains 420 acres, and , d,Tideil into 7
lots of from iw to 40 acres eacli, aliout ls acres cleared
aud inahigh stateof cultivation, the remailiingportmn fine
ly timbered with choice growth, it is tbe tractional lftlh
Section in Township 1 of Range 9 Last The above place
is a good one, rich as Guano itself, rendered valuable by the
very many and numerous advantages it combines. The R.
Road running though it, and Steamboat irrigation round
and about it . It can't be beat for Corn no trouble to raise
75 bushels per acre.
Tkbiis. Credit (4" 1,2, 3 aud 4 years, equal annual pay.
ments, bearing iuterestfrom date. Said Land will be actual
ly sold if it gees above a very moderate ininiHram price
fixed bv the Trnstces. according to law.
JAS. WILLIAMS, TrU4lee!,
W.H CHRISTIAN, h-s TlR y
A. OTIXTER: I,3'1'u '-'
I, Apply to - , A.OUXltu.
octs-itty" . Jonnvllle Jackson ceunty, Ala.
DOCTOS yOUESELF! THE P0CTET ESCUT.
OR. EVERY OXEHLS OWN imsiCIAV
TUB Fortieth Edition, with Oue
t Uuudred Entaviugs showing
, "iseasea an(J jialtormations oTtho
Huhkui Svslem in every shape and
form. To which isai!ill n Tri,u ,
on thp Diseases of Females, being of j
thehijbcsr imnortance ia m.-.r2.l '.
I re, r.r those contempl3tinst roar-1
rusr. By WILLIAMYOL'NG.M.D I
j If no fitther be aAamed topre'
' cu' " w UJCf tfjOlJartlS
j luuls"io. 11 mav sare him from
! " early grare. It no roung man
I orworaan enter into the secret obit-
TjSSoi.,7,, . s" " without readine-th ronrrr
I COMViUsr. ut no one snffrlrom a. ?rit
- Gwh. I'a.a , the Side, restless nX5 SJL uSgZ
1 Rnd "hole train or DespecUc (Stl? feehDga
bytlteirphvsician.be anti.,;'.u ana K? P
the -ESCCMPIUS. lUreiirTlXZi
bemmnl .nvimli., ..u:Jri Vr ,a"se ooutto
Iws boi the mean of sarins lhin.i. rT.7Tr
creatures from the retv ws of de-aih
-ST Any person sondiog TH ENT Y-FIVE CENTS en
closed m a letter, will receive one copy of this work by miit
or hre copies will be sent for One Dollar.
buttress, (post-paid,,) DR. rI. Y'OCNG.
AX 152 sw J. PkiUlelpAix.
It. R. It. NO TAIN KILLER.
TJP!LLIA.IN we ""V Paralrse the nerves, or in other
yiWisan tmnatura sensation, arising from an injury
or disease which, heog transmitted along the nervM to
Lhft brain, gives an uneasy pererptum to the mind.
Hewed lea reaimm, ended to Kill Paix, or Pan Kiuatwi
ve either producers ol Paralysis, or thev are not what they
are recommended lor. If the sufferer ot" pain is to undergo
a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or
if theparr of the body sunVrirtg tho tortures of pain, is to
suffer an attaek ofpsralvsi.s, tve ihinktbe the remedy mat
be noroa than tlie disease. And, if I'aii a to be Ai&t,
then the nerves that tcaustnitted this sensation, and tha
senses that peieeire its uopleasontness, must be killed also.
If, on the otrwr band, it is not a bUlr,"it is a mis
nomer, and not what its advertisement chums for it,
Radway's Ready Relief does not Km pain, but
it S'.bdum itsiaroXTtsBisaBd relieves the sufferer from aU
painful ami uosy sensatwns. Radway's Ready Relief is
quick in ia action it instantly relieves, and immediately
alter sels absnt reemvirtbe cause of the pain, It
and rr? it relieves and removes the troublmg cause, aud
hence tbcjov it isfoses.
R. It. it. Its Two Actions. The primary action
of Radway 's Readr Relief i, to allay the el&tts of any oain-
r,, Hurt).. ,,.- . ..... .. I ..Vl
.... .- -. . un. .iniiion c.mm 4444 T ' K51 LVH WIII2.
Its sccoudary aetton is, to remove the cause itself; this it
will iuimediaMr accomplish, f.ir it is so powerful in action
so quick aud euectual, tout the motneot it is applied or taken
the painful raxy isuw are reliettd, and the uusoand parU.
made whole, stroiig, liealthr und vigorous.
i:tcrntil 1'aius Rh'entnatiMii. -Radway's Ready
Retiuf upphetl externally to tlie parts where tha pain is felt,
will instantly allay the paruxt isms, scatter the causa, or Via
cmjcUnl iUjMt.lt. vkuiu etue tlu !.', and, in a few mo
nisms the suSerer vrill be quite easy. If the attack is re
cent a few appKeaMoBS wifl cta-e it.
II Chronic, Radway's Renoratieg Resolvent, used in
connection wilii Uhi Jtoody ReKef, is certain, to cure Rheu
matism in its most aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular or InSamatorv tar wonderful
cases of Rheumatism, cwred by R. R. R. Remedies, sea
Radway's umly Friend for tlu month of March, 1&8-4
copy will be sent to all nhowaJiit, free of charge, by ad
dressing Bad w ay A (;o New 1 ork City. )
Pains around 'the Liver, Kidneys and Heart are relieved,
and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple
application oML li. ReKef
Sick Head Ache. K. R. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint. Its ant acid properties when taken
into the stomach, tt ill neutralize the acid, and make tho
stomach clean, and the breath sweet.
Its counter-irritant elheacy, wiH produce a reaction whea
applied to the head, and invigorate and ealiven, and refresh
lntcrunl I'uius. Diarrhea, Dysestery, Cholera or
The unnatuiul and violent irritations that aSliet the system
while it U under the uuluMce of these maladies, wiU, in a
moment, yield to the soothing and puin relieving efficacy of
the R. R. ltcfief. Italtsys irritation, it arrests spasmodic
actioo, it neutralizes the poisonous miatunathat causes theso
Kimtul aud weakening discharge; it enlivens and invigor
ates with warmth nod strength tlie cold, Tramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, ai.d restores each member and
organ of the body to a beahnfal and v i gore oh condition.
tUdway's Ready KeHKaiMlmchot the R. R. It. Reme
dies, are made fniin ttw active prujwrtwa of medicines.
Notlung inert or inactive Kilters their eomjiosiuon, so that
the system is uot cloggrsl with worthless and inert matter.
In conclusion tve would remind jhe readier that Sad way 3
Ready Rotief, reiwves thesuBerer from pain (not kills,) an
euros or removes all minatuml causes of Rheumatic, Neural
gic and NervoMs.or painful ciutracler.
Radway's Regulators, jreoared rrom the active principlo
ahaieof Medicroal Herbs, Roots, Piaats and Gums, will rtg
ulate and keep in a braltby ooBthtMa. the bowels, lirer, heart,
kulneys, skin, and art other crgurw of toe besiy. Tbey will
cure eostivness, indigestivnes, mdigesiion, dyspepsia, aud
all billuHts eomidaiut. and levers.
Tlte ladies win find Rod nay's Regulators the very best reg
ulator of the system, in asfHtiiy tardy nature in tho dis
charge of her monthly duties. Nt gnptog pains ov sicknesa
at scmeach fidtotts thm ojwntMin, but they injure to all who
take diem a pleastuit and easy discharge of tho otfals of th
Itadway'sRefiovatingReHolyorit. w a powerful resolverof
all diseased deWMts that have been King in tha system for
t ears. A puriryeruf the Mood and a renovator of the whole
rorfurtlier information of the wonderful paln-releavmg
and curative powers of the K R. Remedies, the public are
referrod to ournwnrWy pubheanoos, or Guide to health, co
pies f whicli can be hcul gratis by addressing us at our 1L
It. K. oflice, 18s Fulton street. New Y'ork.
RADWAY A Ca,l2 Fulton st. N.Y.
R. R. R., for sale by Draggiats generally.
J. IL ZlMMERALVN,
Wholeaolo Amat for Tennnessee.
MANDKIELDS A CO, Memphis.
HODGIN, WELLS A J OHNSON.
' jmylL.14m- Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTZB,
THE great Remedy for Rhemattsm,Gout, pain In thePid
Hip. Bock, Litubs and joints. Scrofula, King's Ev,l
White Swethogs, Hard Twmirs, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where &ha ltaster is applied Pain cannot
These Ilasfers pnmesstfce advantage or being put npln
air-tight tuxes ; henoe tbey retain their full virtues in all cli
mates. This eeteh rated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Pbysiviaas and the people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it U almost needless to say any
tbittg about it Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its heutiw pewefn who have not vet tried it. For their
sakes we wul simply state what it litis done in thousand of
cases, asd what it trill do for them when tried.
A VOICE R0M GEORGIA.
Read the foHowwg testimony from a Physician.
GcMuetax. Ybit Hebrew Painter has cured me of pains
of which 1 liave suSered for twelve years past. During this
period 1 labored emferan affliction of my loins and side, and
tried many reawdie that my awn medical experience sug
gested, bat without obtaining relief. At lengtn I used your
Piaster, and ahi now by Hs gneil effects entirely cured,
wilt lecowweod die Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
wb are sutf -ringfroiu contraction of the muscles, or perma
nent pains in the sMe or back.
The paople X(orgia bare bt to become acquainted with
ts virtues when ihey wiH recort to its use.
Yours, trnly, M. W. WALKER, M D.,
Fvrsythe, Monroe county, Gx.
To Messrs. Souvil A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HB3RBW PLASTER IN NORTH
Missks. ScovtL A Head: I have been troubled with the
clirorncrbenm&taan for tbe last twelve years. On the lit ot
fulr lS4ft, 1 was so bad that I could not turn myself In bed,
aud the pain so severe that I had rot slept a wink fur six dVF.
I Taster," awl it acted fife a charm; -jNepuia left me and I
slitmnrel)ian lrf of the night, and in three days I was
able to ride out. I cmwiikr the "Hebreir Plaster" the best
remedy fur all sorte vt pains now in ue jicMINN
Ilendersonvttfe, N. C, Aug. 1, 1850.
zar &r sr sr tsr
Beware or cwmterftita and base imitations!
3ft" The geauinetvtll in future hive the signature K
Tajteronth Weelpkle engraved label on the lop of each
furchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this er
ieles is in existeaee.
The geniWHi ia m dd only by us, and our agents ppointed
hrougbout the South and no pedlar ia allowed to sell it.
Deatera and purehasers geoerallv are coutl&sed ogainst buy
ing of but ourreguktr agents, otherrrfcm thy will be impoa
ed upon with a worthless article. . ' - .
IU Chart rt strcetJtXew Orleans.
General IVIietesale Agenti for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
HWIN, BHO'N A CcuVNashvffie.Tran.
W. W. A J. B. BERRY, do,
3. M. 7AMERJIAN A Co do;
CARTWRIGIITA ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do.
H. tl. SCOVEL, uo.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
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Tb: hmg elhlihd and well-knoiyn House baa mider
MU a thorongh alteretiMi throughout, and fornUhed with
Kw and farfi&neble FURNITDlfE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
n-arket affords; and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, bolh with xrvantsand the regulations efthebuksa
generally, he-will be esabled to give entire satisfaction tc
tno that mar flwhton with their patronage
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