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NASBTILLE, JENN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1353.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
OPFICE-Xo. 1 1 , DE ADERICK STREET.
Ttlfi WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to subscribers at the following rales: Single copied, one
Year ia advance. 2 50; within the year $3 00; at tlie end
or the year ?1 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards $4 00
per copy for cue jar. Clubs of subscribers will be re-.
rceired for six months at the foregoing rale.
ho'TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday ' 'huradj j
and Saturday, at $5 per nmrnni in advance; it m: -pa'0 a
a J ranee, -J 8. ';"'
DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. " ' ' '
jgy THE MONEY I " LL CASKS TO ACCOMFAN1
R-smittuices of subscriptions mil bo vjiade-by mail ji. our
ride. - i
paper n ill be sent out of the State unless the orderiJ ac
companied with the cask. ,
JSfWe. are authorised to announce L. W. Fofetu as a
candidate for re-election fo the office of Sheriff oPaiavidsou
county, at the nextMarch election. 77
1 We are authoriied to announce Joux ( K. Enstosnsox,
a candidate for the SherilTaltr of Davidson conntyi ,!
j"Ve are an1 honied to announce Ejtocit Cu.sTiKcnAM,
au candidate forSIierifl'at the ensuing election.
iSTWe are authwiied to announce William Lcto. as
acaiidiiUtefiirSlieriifofDavidJou county, at the ensuing
iTV,'e are authorized (o announce E. B. Biglet as a
candidate for sl.er.Q; at the enjuin election.
cixr.i; of the corsTV corT.T.
. rS?-We are authoriitd to announce Josuil Ferris as a
candidatefor Countv Court Clerk at the ewuinc election.
- u.W .11
;We are aolhoriied to announce Isaac M. Joxis a can
didate forCounty Coiu-t Clerk, at the ncit Match election.
" TOR COl STV TRUSTEE.
Wo tk i.u'lioriieJ to announce Joux Rains Tot
re-election as Uountv l ruiiee ai uk ensuing citrt.iuu., f
1ST V.'e are authomed to aunoimce Thomas Sohxkc as a
candidate forTrustee of Davidson County.
jg- Weareauthoiiied to announce Georoe Clark as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March. election.
rgT" We are aullwrized to announce the name of .K.
HuxrER (CoUectory a a caudid.de for Trustee lor Davidson
count v at the next March elections.
p$f" JatsT. FAn.KNET.isa candidate forLegister of
the laud Office for Middle Tennessee at the ensuing sessom
if the Legislature.
FOR OCTORER, 1853.
"Gather tlie roe-buds while ye may,
Old time is still a flyiug ;
And that same fliwer that blooms to-day
To-morrow shall be dying."
Persons at a dUtancc are paUiR-Janr jeq.uestea io ir.au
their orders for Packages or single Ticket in-lbese .Mag
niScent lotteries without delay. Poverty cannot be cist off
to soon: and there is r.o fact in IliiIovipIiT more susccpti-
b!e .f de.imstration limn that there i
orn trulv lortu
uafe and far-famed Ouioe
A lUfl&me JVizf for even one!
But it is vitally important to the success of the adventure
Unit he rfiould
ORDER EARLY ! ! !
liv postponing tur Orders, you niay misT"the tide
"irtiich ttken at the flood, leads on tofortuie." Ihe sooner
one beeoTnes rich tlie btttcr, and the soouer you mail your
0n5erS "PACKAGE OR SINGLE TICKET,
- In these TKipular and Luckv lotteries, to our World Rc
Inowned 'and Tiuly Fortmute Agency, tbesooner you will
hprmnp itch. ReiDeinber that vrocrastinatiou is tiie ttutf j
orhrirtwaswellasoftime. - " T
TR I UM PHANT SUCCESS ! j
No Almtcment in Selling Prizes! - i
The "6'xW-'' t'.t Jter lest mood. !
Lh'of Prizet&ldly 1'YFERd- CO, from ikeW of
Awmrt to the0lhof StfUnniir.
" VESTURES MAKE JIEIIC1IAXTS."
Capital I rize S2j,O00, (
Nos. 12,49.71, Sold in a Package of Whole Tickets to a
Club in Mississippi. ,
$25,000 sold to a new Correspondent in .Carolina.
t t8,t00sentia Peknge ofTukcts to Ohio. ,,
S ITi.OC'O said to amerciunt in Philadelphia.
$18,000 sold to n Cupiain of a Steamboat,
ti ooo sTit in Packar-a of Half Ticketa to South Carolina.
?9,(k0 sold to an old correspondent in Virginia. i
eS,000sHittoTeuncsiee it was the first order for a Pack- 1
age of Ticket. , I
$ ."),0Hi) scui to Cauiden County, North Oarohna.
lg- The above l'rize were all sold and paid by the Far- j
Famed Prize Sellers and Bankers,
PVFKR L CO., A'o. Light tlrett, Baltimore,
.SVIiENDIDSCIIE-IIES. ,-. ,
f5?F4?"The CerUScate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
onlv, are given below.
Djt,. iWtal No.of Prieot Pnceof
1 5 o! IS0.00O
73 Nos. .
18 dran n
IS 00 I
OA Ad '
Jt?-nravvin(rs forH-arded to Correspondents bytlieurst
mitls alter tlie lotteries aie drawn.
Correspondents v ill please order a few days betore
Uic lotteries are drawn. 1
There is a Urge iter ccntage m favor of those purcliasers
whoorderbv the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the lar-et 1'i'ues iu tlie Scheme, are thereby secured. j
Weadviithcpurcnawj f Packages of Tickets m eieryin- (
E.-&BankDr.iftsorCertificalesofDepos;t payable in Gold j
at sirht, ill be promptly remitted to those Correspondents 1
who draw prinatl'YhElt& GO'S.
J-Remcinber A pACKAOCof Tickets, can draw rODH
of the moat splendid prizes in a scheme. '
isueu, uruuraj iVv-T.'i.M' TO "
:iniken. - - .
(fC( .NO 1 L,lgUl Sirec'l, LilHIUHNi;,
" J. U." "CURREY, j
ITmlcrtuLciaml Colliii-innker. (
Oolleif ttrret. A". 2-", stiponte .vuvn"- Ih'Utf. j
BEGS leave to infonA his friends and the luWVs53a I
I irenerallv, that he has pened a regular Ce-aam-fin
Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing
and selling m judaic ieni.c-ee,
ible Air-tight and Air-exhauied Bui lal Cases, the best
now iu use for preserving the corps, be will keep a supply
of them cmstantly ou h.id, together with an assortment of
all kitHlsof covered and wood CoTims. lie is 1P "
furnish g,d Hearses and any niimbcro. Hacks that mav
be wautcd; alsoshronds of every description, made m the
best stvle. together with every equipage necessary ror fune
ral. All telegraphic- desiwtclws or oniers lrom Sieambcuts
and Railnwds, or from the surrounding country will be
promptlv attended to. Particular attention paid to Jitc
ltariiig and encasing lodie for tinportat on. All orders
left nt his Furniture and Ct-tliu Rooms promptly attem.cd
to, both night and dav lie will give his personal attention
toallfuuerals. dulses mo derate. CUKULTY
jf. 1J. Furniture ami Matlrasscs of every dcsciip'ion
made to Older and of the best materials, and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the be-t erjleaud with dispatel .
" " SOMivnONG NEW.
rpIIE SOUTH N ASM VILLI: I'lIRXITritE
I MANDFACMCRING COMPANY, are now offering
-jiilendid nxrtment ol I'lam and Fashionable 1'ur
uitnrcat their DcjH.t on Muiket strei-t.Tlionias'gi
Yg3nex building, (b.-tween Union Hall and theVa
Squ5eTwhicli ihev ..tier at prices to suit purchasers , I J
Kth at whole sale and retail. Thev intend to gii e satistae
tion to putchaers work warranted. , ,
Call ind examine their st.xk. Older for W ink attended
wSth despatch. 11- IL CR00MS, Pres L
AV.UNaxos. Sec'v lep.f,r
TXTNTEI) at the South Nasliville bitratlure l actory.'oi i
VV Pl SK.VSONBD LUMBER - -rd
1 WI..W0 feet of IK Walnut 1 kwk - -wine ; ;
W..W0 do do do do do; . -. x ,
M 000 do 2 do do do !-; i
l.Vl',000 do Walnut Scantling, S feet lo. -1,S A Sm. sq te; ,
100,000 do i;iierrv
l(K0O0 do li1tich Clrrj- Plan- wiue; ;
.V1.000 do do do do; ''
50 000 do 2 do do do;
r.o'ooo do Ash.i-aneinKlromlk'Jo 5 in thick-wide plank;
Also, Poplar of alf sizes tisM for Oabniet purposes, for
whirfi Clin, will PC paiu on ueineii.
Also. 25 orStigixMl
Alo 2". or Jti-nxMl CABINET MAkKlW wanted, townom i nt bvclosen'leiHion, woifld yield iiouiiw io ye.ir
fr. lZ' ' ...:n iH ; ii. rash. Also. 1 or i' good UP- tv.ns the fruit is of the choicen kind. My only reason for
fair priCM will be given in cast
HOlTERS. None but gootl woiknien need apply
air in ilea in w u .
rors Ac' Furniture of all kinds made to onler.
' ' .'r i n.n Hnilmsd or anvwhere in the city.
bcr45. Union street, Cheap Furniture DTjJ;MOBTo:f
' fORNlTURE! FURiaTOllE ! ! v
1AM jnst receivitHt line assortment ot 1- ur.'(SS
nitureof Uie latest nnd most approved ffA TTTJ
tvles, which will be warranted f1'I"DfJ-,1, ' ,
ed. and will be soul as cneap u- int.- i..c- -
L:5 W... m.,ms. 1 shall keep an assortment ol Gil
.ar J - " 'i v..,.t,. s;i,,ies. C ocks, m
lirt-ssunerioriiauis, ots-. -- ,
, . s DIWISTS &G,
new. wkjh: store.;
" j. g. EROYnr,"-
(formerly of the firm of Uwia, Brown dVj7t.,)
nX AQ ntniwt 1u"-IfiiViritirrifir fthvlr nf Dnins f 1
erilly,: I'orticular a'tenllon is ciren io rhyficians' lYe - .t. -
, 'II ..111. nnJ flUVt-)l
assorted; Midwife, Amputating nndTrcpanuinglnsirnmcuts
in cases or Keparate; Toolli fcorcea.and.Kep; bteuaecope;
men!:;, ic., Triissosiaeirfry variety a complete wwortmeut
of cvervthinir usuallv kept ill ihis llnoniarrbe found at
au:7 ' '-. . .". : J.GllKOyyS.
jarto i my stock U reaped fully Solicited. ;
TEU3IUBA AUHOW ROOTU-AVfirranted ir- i
JL Maty pureand freiJ fuU supply at -
aiwl . if. jiiw tf. i
1 American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, AC, .sc. ,
Tooth Powderand PfetePiver's Aromat-c Vinegar; tSlenn s
Rose Bear's Oil, Bell Launder, brou-n and white AVindsor
Smp.. Bai beiV Soapin 1 lb bar?, together with a general as
sortment of Plain nd Faucv Soaps, Hair Briwies, ic.ic
Shell and Biillahi Dressing and Vine Comb. Ivory do. Pow
der PulBandlXixe?, Lilly White, Alabaster; Ac.
aUfr7 J G BR0.
X- HKIN TEA COJIPAN Y
1 have a. full supply of
J. llurbeatWl'd'esof Teas, put up by thus v omp:mv.-p
It is the fcame lormerlr kept bv Ewiu, Brown A Co.. "which
mira riich General satilfaction. The Ne PIili Ultra Black
Tea and Plantation .Imperial flirthought to be superior to
lnarketralsOi Teas in wnau caaaies iu s i
.w- . - jg, brown;
0ON(5JtEiS WATER I baVe .wide arrangements
to keei$a'ctmt:mt supply of this water, which Ireceive
direct from the Spring; 3 gross just received.
aug 3 J G BROW N.
OTOXEAVARE OfaU dc3criptionsaudlcit guaflty;
O also, I loiver Pots, assorted sizes. liT;mrv
angT J Q.BBOWX
TS AaOToO EXSIIlXtna'CIiES 1W just received;
Jlj 'also, a full nsortment of FifJiingff.acfc!e,,Limenck
Hooks orSnoods, pointed Poles, Ac, ,. ' .
migV . J. G, J)RO N
TTOirTIIEIIAiR Lions' Kathsriou Bogle's ifype-
JP rion Fluid, Barn- and Clireiiugu s '1 ricopDerotn, ai
J (S BROWN.
OTARCII 15 boxes IJroctur.& Uaiubies reariataicu
also, superior article ofcountry made istarcn,
J. G. BROWN.
rpURXIl SEED. A large lot of Summer aud'Win
JL ter, and Sumtuerimd Winter mixed flowv
khny oeiatiue. Coui;r t ai.cci.
I1 Russia Sheet, and SI
Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot cf
nun-7 J. G. BROWN.
LEX1XC5TOX MUSTARD, in , trA 1 Cans;
fresh and just ree'd. a'igT J. G-. 1IU0WN.
ml Oil, Turpentine, Varnish. S
J G.BROWN, 43, College st.
' a. e. docglass, SEC'r.
I a. c ixazaro, rnEST.
rtONTINUEto furnish Gun Powder of all their well
; known brands, ifw!y Rill; American Sivrtiity
jiiJiw R'H in kegs, half and quarter kegs end camusters
r une 1)0undeach. Also, a
full assortment of Powder for
" " lll.ASTIXG'ATS'D-MIXIXO'
iiurposcs." Tlie reputation 01 tuctr uun rowuer is 100 wen
known'tokrcguire comuieot. ;AU orders -promptly tilled at
myiViriTr flyil, Northeast comer It the Square.
1L LOOMIS, AgH forthe H. P. Co.,
2,VXl bolts of those
beautiful French Paners. for Parlors,
Halls. Ac toirether with a SDleudidUCC
assortment ol Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire Screens., Win
dow Curtain', &c ' '
0n hand a large assortment ofunglazed Panel, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
1 TCLAOES i GORBEY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
V. IV. i'iX.V,
41, 1IABKET STSEET,
BITlTl IS V Slot! AND THE SQFARE,
A fl I '7', Ten n (tt.
a OLD AND VELVET PA
PER HANGINGS. A huge
anil beautiful variety.
Dccorntive Wall Papers, all
the Litest trench designs.
1 Horilers, unaow jt'aper., ieiis.er nnu j
tre 1'iece.-, a large osrtuK-ut I
1 Cheap Vnglazed Vapeis 12,000 pieces in store, I
I from 12' to 25 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and Cheap foh i
I Cami. ju'y7 1
I " " JUST FINISHED AND T0K SALE I
AT THE ,
1 Clark Street Coach factory, i
1 NO. 5, 1
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCK AAV AYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
Take PARTICULAR KOT1CK tliat a?J
Stout's Coach Shop is 011 CLARK STREET. F'iL
julylS IRA AKIOUT
1 ' '
Tnou.is nouns. ksisu.n hauuks.
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Dressers, &c, &c,
A'o. 1 Cfhir rtrfti.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers aud the public in general inducements nev
er before offered iu this citv. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Hatbering, Uiiir-Dress-ing,
Ac, we have large, commodious &nd neatly furnished
Bath-Booms. These are the tlm-st in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the ccun
tiy. While passing, gcutlemen and patrons, just step in
aiid see with what mogic we "make tho hair Uy," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied aud
e.itlf body. aug3 tf
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA MEDICAL DEPART
MENT. THE Annual Course of Lectures in this Depertment will
commence on MONDAY, November 14, and will ler
minute in the ensuing March.
.lAitrs Jonks, V 1), Professor of Practice. '
.1 L Riiiki.l, M D, Professor of Cliemistn'.
Waiuikx Stoxk, M I). Piofessor of Surgery. , ,
A H Cexas, M D, l'nofesor of Obstetrics.
A J WuiuEnnrnx, UU, l roiesor ot Anatomy.
qtavaJ A Norr. M 1). Professor or Materia Medici.
Samuel P. Ciiorrix, il 1, t Anatomy.
Sinrw. 1 ('iiornx. Jl 1).
The rooms for dissect-ng will be open from the third iion
dav in Och'ber to the First of April.
The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the
Charitv Hospital, and nttendthisiuslitittion from November
to April Tlie Students accompany the Professors in their
visits and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in Kits
Hospital. ' 1
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
. the vear. THOMAS HUNT, M: D ,
aug8 w"m i Dean.
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby ur.d Ij. F. Bradley. 1 have feen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied of its gi est utility. As
he season is advmcing, I now offer those I have on bund for
"o0 L. P. CHEATHAM.
junc29, 13S3. . , Nashville, Tenn.
r.mr miles per hu-ir. it will Heap or Mow, fifleen ucres
hours It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
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Respectfully , , '
I I, L.V. Rraulev, now managing Ihc f.inn of Dr. Shelby,
I makv- the r.iH.nvi'n.' taterrtent; We have had for mote than
1 one week, oiio of 'O-1. Chcntbam' mowing and reaiung
' machine, wcbatctrieil it in clover and grain blown and tan
! "led, and I now stile thst it mows and cutscleancrthan the
I svthc Wa !, rndthntit will mow per day as much as 14
! lwnds, ami it cur reapai least twentv-four ocres ler day-
. . . . J T It 111 lilt l'
u lull tti.llis. mavjiii " --- - ,,,,,, ,,l.
. june-js-t.vw. 11. r. iifc.-.n -
TdESCSAHLE ,C0CA'TKY iESIDSKCE F0S SALE,
-f VlSlIh.fi'enf i!ivr.trr: on Mill CieeV, i fgS,
I niilw fr.tni Na'shvi.le. uU.nl A rods fiom tbeJIur-VV
! frcoKboni' Turnpike, adj.ni.ijg the kndsof Birdwell
Caldwell, .Mii.craud Fiaokiiu Colleges, containing about
. i;o acies ab.mt 10 acus in wood, and the balance under ctil-
tiatiou Willi Rgoodiiich.irds as iheie.ue in the State, con
I sisting ofioaclics, apple', pears, giaies, plumbs, in a great
vrfiiclv; two r.everfailliig .vpnngs, and t-everai ciiaiyoc-iic
springs. Tlie itnproveiiicnts nrevjry fair-consisting of a
good traliK-house, with porc'n 20 feelfroiit; one good brick
i lui.A. smi.Lt-lt.ui.-p. kitiiien. stables, crib. Ac. The orch-
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wishing to dispose ofit is my intention to change my Joca
11. tn nnj Ittish.t-sii. I will ilisnojenfmv stock and furniture
i to anviicrsoa wishing to purchase the said farm. Terms
t acconimodating. .Tide indisputable- Forfurtherparticu
larsenquircof . t L'.iil0aES,
UUgi ' N . 19 College st.
ff7 Mcaicine t'aints.;qil;Striuincn'jl.iva! ac,i a j
rSL on the site formerly occupied "by flie old firm,iJ ,
. College street, three doorsrfronr' Union, 'wiieie lie
Nashville, Tenn. j
t oa ins i riculation and Library
, n . n,,;lr- 1 bnvrbecn usiwr I ?2.".. Practical Anatomy and Dissection, flO-tickct to bo
UV. Ciieatuch:- r at least once before trraduation. Rooms open from 1st
'Reaping and .Mowing iiacmue iiaieireu.cuuj -'""-.' ' ..nW
inois which you are nowohering : io t ue cn.ze.is . ... - - counie of lcctllre!!( frce (o all sludents will
It ,s a nnsj f " ," r .7,; will depend be delivered during the mouth of October.
VOT5 UE. I am closing up mv business with a viewol
IN permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, nnd I hope
thev will call and pav tin without fiuther delay or trouble.
l'have removed mv lkwks and Papers to the room ad
joining Messrs. W. Hi Gordon A Co.
BUg ii SAM SLA t .
- BOOTS AND SgOES
A.TJ.&C. W.ROREUTSO.V, ;
" ' ' ' ' DEAt.rns' is ' ' !
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS AXU TRUXKS, '
.vA'ftS, CCMWIX STREET, XASnTLZA I
g , JwJ E rli HB I
RdEl s aifeM .
Evould call the attention of-MKncitAS-ratoour H'Aolt-
Bnd a verf
H MimnlfjB stock of BOOTs. SHOES I
"''- ?.. . - .. ii.- I i..rp..i 1
sl tIATri, nlucn we nave airm inuu ic iuuum
i Hui,ufi!clurtr; and o9er verjr low bythe package oi
cm itauufarturtrt: and o9er verr low bythe package or
'ieien. for Casb, or on accommodating terms to time dealers.
J3jijy- in the Jictml Dtj-ai tmeut we liave a fashionableand
complete assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses, Hoys.
F 1ealht.r Travelling Tnmks, ofbest
Xashville, August 1855. .
r" , IinnT r "JirOESr
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J Ejit 1 0 OH LT. f Drum .l. uuijf LKUcu ,
VT" "-ti" " " Stitched and Sewed do;
" Pcged do;
" . " " " and Sewed Shoes ; '
- " " Pal ent-Iather (low cut) do ; .
Ladies', Musses, and Children's. Gaiters, Bouts and Shoes;
a great variety. Just received bv
?fpt?0 ' KAMAGEifc CllORCH, 42, College st.
STIPERIOR TRAVELLINC; TRI-NKS.
I7XTR A Fine Sole-Leather Trunks ;
j u ;i Buggv do;
" "Yftlises; . ,
" " " Enamelled Leather Ashland do;
Avar-clv ofFine and Cheap Black leather Travelling
Trunks and Valises at BAMAGE & CHURCH,
sept 30 ' No. 42, College street.
LMPOETAirr 1MPE0VEMEHT IN DENTISTRY.
TLETix, upon which he has been for some time practicing
with great success.
' The improvement consists in the teeth being arrangtd up
onaplateofiy'piifntm.and by means of a bilicious
.compound the teeth and plate ore cemented firmly togeth
r lm-itur nn intprstiVps, for the lol!?ment or secretion of
, food; at the same time forming an artificial gum beautiful
and lilc-nue in appearance, ana which is n-yic-i-mcu in
inside of the teeth as -well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine speci
mens of this improved method at his operating room, No.
57, up stair-, College A. ang27 If
DAGUEAHEAN STOCK AND PICTUEE ESTABLISH
MENT. DOIIY VS 3c YEAR0UT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Dobvxs A Hall. Louisville, Ky.
Dobvns A RicnAtinsoN'. Morssewet, New York.
Doiivxs & SPAt'Lnixn, St lims. Mo.
Dobvns A Yiaboot, Memphis, Tenn.
Dodtk & HAnnixirro.v, New Orleans.
At any of the above estAblishmcnts, you can procure as
fine Pictuies as can be had in any city) of any desired style
or finish, as we have every improvement, and expect to
keep up with anv and all improvements. We are prejurod
in either citv to furnish at lists with every article used 111 the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish slock on
the mot readable terms. DOBVNS A CO.
N. B. Picture taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased persons at all times.
FACTORY FOR SALE - .
npHESHELBYVILLK COTTON FACTOR! containing
JL 7CS pind!es and preparations (part new) with 5 wafer-wheels,
and 1 complete set of wi-ol cards, is offered for
sale on favorable terms. The Factory bouse is a good brick,
fit by 44 feet, and Sli stories high, all necessary out build
ings convenieut. Enquire of
GOSLING, WHITESIDE & CO.,
sept22 lm Shelbyville, Bcdfird Co.Tenu.
ALL PAPER. On hand, 11 line assortment of
WALL PAPER for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms,
Ac., Fire-screens, Window Curtains, Teeuters and trans
pat eat Window-blinds at
1 GLAGES & CORBY'S,
No. 20 College st., next door to Sewanee Hwlc
rTPaper-hangiug done in tlie best manner.
N. B. Trausperent Window-Sliades made to order.
-XTALlAELE REAL ESTATE J'Oll SXIjU.
V A SITE for a beautiful country Residence, containing
25 acres,2,3 miles from Nashville, 2 0 vards from tlie Frank-
! lin Turnpike, with a spring anu nanusome iimoer.
! ALSO, the following Lout iu the Ewing addition to South
i Nashville, viz: Iu Nos. 033, CS4 and 835, on Ewing Ave
nue and corner of Ash street. Its Nos. 21 and 22 on North
' sideof Fogg street. Lots Nos. 171 and 172 on Wetmorc st.,
' near Franklin Tnrnpike. I'ts 117 and 118 on Franklin
I Turnpike, near the corner of Wetmore street.
ilie aujve properly wm ues.jiuuiiauuuuiiinnjauiit: icnu-.
Applv to LI.N'DSLEY A CROCKETT,
jp7im No. 33, College street.
PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the ctu-e of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all tkflse
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Much of the suffering atteud.int upon the lives of females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during some critical period of their peculiarsea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which cither hurry them
to an early grave or render them inrnlids for life. Many of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the effectsof obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist
uature at that eventful period.
It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted (o do all that is here set
forth or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perform. Soldbv SCOYIL A MEAD,
r ' "ill Chartre street. New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
allorders must be addressed.
TRT.SK RECEIPTS BY NICH0L ft PEACOCK. .
tkw KLOUR. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
JLN for family use aug7 NIC110L A PEAC0CK.
OTAR CA NT) L11S. S00 boxes, half and quarter boxes
O Staraudles ang7 NICUOL A PEACOCK.
OUOATtS. ao bbls St I.OUU Crushed Sugar;
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
TAVA ANU LAfJUYRA COl'I'E
IL 1!0 bags
old (Sovertimcnt Java Coffee ; 30 bags Iguyra Collee;
150 bags Rio Coffee. MCUOL Al't-VCULh..
S. AVILT.IA3IS Ageut for John Williams, New
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on I reduce
OL11KN SYRU1 100 bhh extra Golden Syrup
TT 100 half bblsextra Golden Syrup. lorsaieoy
Jl. V1UU1JU.1 a.
UXIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE.
THE lectures in this Department will commence on the
last day of October next aud terminate on tbe last of
f ti b n i irv
CHARLES W. SHORT, Jl. D., Emeritus Professor of
Materia Medica and Medical Botany.
BENJAMIN R. PALMER, M. D, Professor of Descriptive
and Surgical Anatomy. .
LUNSFORI) P. YANDELL, M. D., Professor of Physiolo
gy and Pathological Anatomy.
SAMUEL D. GROSS, M. 1)., Professor of the Principles
and Practice of Surgery. .
HENRY MILLER, M. D., Professor of Obsfetnc Medi-
C"lEWIS ROGERS, M. D., Professor of JIateria Medica and
T 'BEAillNSILLIMAN.Jr., M. D.,Drofessor of Medical
AUSTIN FLINT, M. D., Professor of the Theory and
Practice of Medicine. ...
T. (i. RICHARDSON, M. IX, Demonstrator cf Anatomy
and Dissector in Pathological Anatomy.
EDWARD FULLER, Janitor.
The fee for admittance to the Lectures of each Professor
u i.-. ism.-, in all.i navable invariably in advance. Mat
lee togeiner, urauumiuu ice.
Tij-Vpt S.V to he taken once before Graduation.
A Clinique lias also been established in connection with
the University, at which operations are pel formed and cases
prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the class.
? Good boarding can be procured at from f'2 50 to $ 3
a week. L. P. YANDELL, M. D
geptzS 3w fw Dean of the tttailty.
OOUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
r35" "0 or 25 Negroes will be sold with the place if de
sired. Apply to LINDSLEY A CROCKETT.
wnRE NEW MAN0ES.
WE have received by recent arrivals nine
nrthne unrivalled Tiavos, made?
u. T Tl Dnnhnni and Adam Stodart A Co.. off!
variousstyles and sizes, which will be sold very low tor
cash or jod notes drawing iutereat, and warranted to give
aaUsfaetUlneveryres qkeeXFIELD A CO.
' CARRIAGE MAIIUFACTORY.
TT N. JlYERS, tespectiuitv lniorms
- .i nrv.tt.hvillc.and the nub-
JL. JL.a tuo tiiHict... . .
t-. ..u.- it9t bo still continues the above
business on Cherry street, betn ecn Cedar and
Line streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to
build Coaches and Carriages cf all kinds to order.
He will keep constantly on hand an assortment or Ilug
cie,R!irouchBs,l,Iixton, etc., which he wi.l offer
for sale low forctsk Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call. ....... ,
I Repairing in all branches done at the shorf est notice and
in the neatest manner. ui23 Sm.
WE offer at private Sale, a tract of ijin.1 contain- gji
ing 105 acres, 50 acres cleared, with conven-::;!
i ient residence, out buildings, Ac., Ac, well watered. E.
and situated 'JK miles from Nasliville, on the Brick Church
DE. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The R(znAliorr all Remedies for the V'uattio the, Livlr
Dwpepe'ui, Eidtxrgtmctil anil fajUuwtin if A Sfotn
jear&urns, GJic Ftalaltnct, J'ilin, (hiutirjiatkin, al,
JUteates of the JinrtU, ami euch-Jixi!i u arise from a
dUardtr'd tUU of tie Stomach, Liter r Roteeh,. at.
NerafuLi d,iA iyrfs of anu kirul. Fur Gtixrul DelAliiv.
from ir.'.wi Za,lies frequently tujfer, tlttrt U tui iM 4
equal in the tehoU Jlatena JJiJiai. . 1
mnn invtutOr of this nrenaration was for three rears s
L completely prostrated from Dvbpcpsia and inactivity of
the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a tilno tumble to '
raise Iiimselffrom his bed. He sought aid from phvsicians '
at homeand in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronpunced
hopeless bv i housands, and it was by accident t fiat he sm j
ceeded in curing lnmsclf. Since he lias been practicing med
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He
has been awart of the incredulit v of the public, and conse
quently Riidj nothing thioughthe press of bis own case,
until tlie character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown y the cerlilicates which have Deen
lsubjom tht'eertifictteof Prof. M. Gabber?, of Memphis,
Tenn., xiiili whom I often advised during tlie time ot niy
suffering. Meupdis, Tenm, April 17, 1352.
I hereby certify that! have been acquainted with' Dr.J
N.-Bledsoe and some years: ago he was reduced I Let eve
Iow;ertliaul have ey.erseen, auy one that aflerwards recover
ed, with what I supposed tf be Dyspepsia and Liver ailection.
and after trying the prescriptions ot many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief, 'he tiflally sucecded
with a preparation ol nu-own m being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. D.
"Physicians are requested fotry this preparation. We
fl satiilied it will su-staiu the character we give to it in this
iicjrraTjLLK, January 12, tb-ia.
De. BlctiSOe: I take the liberty and fell it to te my duty
to recommend fo' all persons suffering from disease of tlie
stomach and towels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 rears, had been under
medical treatment about five years fbr dyspepsia and diar
rhea, when liaving almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to trr vourAlterativej two bottles of which, 1 belieTe,
entirely cured hiuu MICAJAH CAYCE.
HoxTsriLLB, Oct 17, 1852.
DilBlxdsoe Some time has eiapsed since I gave a cet
tificate that my wife had beeu greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure a saying to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of" spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians iu the place and a great many diueren
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her ; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases or the
livcraud dyspepsia. N'. B. ROBERTSON.
HcxTsvnxE, Sept. 29, 18.)1.
De. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think itmydutv tesay to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, iu its
worst form; that I bad tried almost everv tiling that is gi
ven by physicians and never found any thingthat would cer
taiuly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which nas
relieved me hi every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Grtta Cocvrr, Tenn., Dec 20, 1351.
DcBlidsoe: I feel that I should fall short of mr duty
to you and to those who are afllicted, were I not fo fiuther
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved nie, so that I have not had caue to take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as goe-d as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be Mire to
call ou you. I am verv respectlully vourfriend.
ELIZABETH J. HARW00D.
Hbntsville, Ala., August 21, 1351.
This is to certify, that I liad suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after liiv
sician had prescribed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. ljledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend if
because of the same happv effect upon othersof rav acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAR0THERS.
Hcxts tillz, Ala, March 3, 1S52.
Dr. Bledsoe Sir: Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for j ears T 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 nincweeks since, and have gained
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. G0FF.
ySTThe above medicine is for sale in every Drug Store in
the citv, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSllOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling tlie med
icine. H-Price $1 per pint Pottle. uovlS lvd tr
DE. FEASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by tho useofAn-J-Uee
of the Magnetic Ointment, had hi hair (utirtly re
storeJ, and now has as beautiful a Load of hair as any man
could wish. His ago is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of nge, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle- He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a lnvmg and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases 1 ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of tbe Oint
ment he was OtorouqhlycnrcJ, and for wiven months past has
enjoved robust health.
This was an exlreme case of inflammation of tie tjileen,
of long standing; has a va: iety of treatment from no less than
tight different, physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured bvtlio use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This wasfourmonths agoand the lady (aMrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. Ihavetreatedtwocasesof Cironic Svre
witli uie mnimeni, ooin oi uie pauenis so w j
..a innM.1 nn nlf..nriint to lead Ihitm from rtljire ta
.... . , j , . .
Place. Une OI uieui iuui uevii muhi;.c.i icnis, iuc uiuci
about 9 years. They had tried the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and one of them had been under the
thout beneht; and oncoi inem nan been under uie
t of the celebra ed Dr. Muzzy of Cincinnati, for
months and had expended hundreds of dollars m
ru to effect a cure. They are now by use of the
T-n ... AO'nrta tn I
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
t ntb-nd to anv ordinary bustnoss. I liave used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no rate has it
fails-l of airing immediate relief and generally a permanent ,
cure. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases ofEty-
sipelas. And last but not least, l have within the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by tlie use of the ZTagnetie
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly cveiy
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours,
1 BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment
Vnr Ml hv II. G. SCOVEU
BERRY A DEMOVILLE,
maT6 CARTWRIGUT A ARMSTRONG.
IHA A. STOUT,
COACH U AN UVACTURER,
No. 5 Cunx Strut, Nashville, Tkxn.,
Mrluoor to 11. S. French's Grocery Warehouse, and op
posite Mvrris d Stratum's
ALL kinds ofcarriages for sale, with harness cdtppp
to suit. All work sold by roe is made at frftfaiy-,
the Claifc Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will bo
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
made Noith or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promLsed. All orders promptly attended to. marl.1.
HAVE this dav associated with me in the baddlmj
I en " f! MAltClL Tlie business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. All
persons indebted to me, bv note or account, will please come
upandmakelvnient. ' J. 1). MARCH.
E3T Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is rcsctfully solicited.
J- D- AlAUv.il & oUii.
AND WARRANTS Wcurcbuying and paying
tlie very highest prices for LAND WA RRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
bymailprothenvise may depend on getting the highest
prces at which they are selling at the time in N ashvilie and
the casu reiimteu ui v..v..
A DESIRABLE FARM ANU RESIDENCE, situated
on the OuUatin Turnpike, miles from Nashville,
containing about 75 acrei, on which the subscriber now re
sides. The dwelling, which has recently been erected, is
of the best materials and style, and iqon a convenient
plan, embracing nine rooms and several balls, with all ne
cessary out buildings- . , ,
The soil is very productive. The water is cool and pure,
flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds,
of bearing fruit frees of excellent quality.
In point of health and society, the neighborliood is tin
surpassci The tract U .susceptible of being divided into
ihreo lots each having a beautiful building site, with lim
ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession
can be bad at any tinie. A. II. FORD.
For further particulars, apply Io
' LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
jlr27 2aw1f TW- Agents. College street.
V70irsALE OR RENT. A new Frame Uomejuit
JL? completed with seven rooms, well plostercd and pa
ii;fr.i.l nn Church street, in Hincs'J additional
Nashville. The said house is about four hundred yards
from the Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable
For further particulars enquire ofR. L. Crenshaw, or
ugl3 W. D. ROBERTSON, M'Umorest,
ESTABLISHED FOR TIN YEARS.
II m Ml I ll I I lllllllirj M-tlyplaeotL.gTea.estcOnSJeuce. ' rfoMtf.. DlC WM
a 1 1 i.i i i i i 1 1 1 i . I : w I ' ! i r nvpjiiiT.r tr -r. r rflrmnHCit. . .
IIR Goods are selected aai purchased br ourselves, Fcou .V. oonic.icr, Jl. Dof Pisn. Usivm&rrr. Phil- I' -
With great cacc m the best uufketF, which enables us ' ADiuj-itiA:It 'gives-me pleasure-to add inr- tesumoov to j. 1
tosclllqwtorCASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED tq j. Uiept'tissiunjUbUitjof she Author T3f the. ''MedicaLXlan-I CSvC1 i'?'A"'?N '"VyaCv.
keep dry; and we sell ascheafpasanvhise in the conn- 1 uaL' N'unierous cases of Disex-.es of the Geniul Organs I jCSTjihsi ;? fh.X 'iOSw'
try. Toys. Pocket Cutterr. ristols.'RcioIveissndSelf-'I'tsonieorihem'oi" hrj-standing; have -como under mr no- Q3C? VtftOV'o. "rf(UD ''
cocking; Spanish CisarjrJ.A.-c.,'A:c julyi-tf.
blttUXS JrATITMliHT MEEiiLE. rSSxES-
,,,77,7, t, nrJiiti
rrtip? , Jt-y ,ntsU"a .-, PiJt
rpHSLextraorduiaryMaclunes have had numerous di-
.A, Plonias and medaU awarded to them, as the best gox-i
tractive featiuM of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal
Palace, in New lork- ,
m. .... -...
a ne proprietors navmg per ecte tijcir. greav manutactory
iiiN'evv-Yotk, arc- now able to produce the Machines at a
cheaper rate, and hare determined ta give the, 'benefit to the
public, by reducing tlie price $25 Hereafter these unri
valled Machines mil be sold at either of our regular offices
$100 Cash, -without Deduction or Discount. ,1.
Of the admirable qualifies- of"these Maclnncs for "all the ;
Catriatre Trimmer. Can Maker, and Corset Maker, it is on! 1
necessary to .speak. iWcharaoerofthomach.r.iafor.lhese . .
branches of business H .cstaUhed, and. they , kr.cnvn
MA4TftftA Z. j 1 i- .i K .
from ?o00to ?1000a vear, derendmgon the fineness and 1
difficnltycf the work done. We desire to call the particur
lar attention oi atitn and collar Jlinuucturcrs to our ma
chine for stitching tine linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person interested that lq other machine has u er
done or can do this kind ofstitchiDgperfectlr. Tlie price of
the machine inciude the nceessaiTTirticlea for using.
When ordered they are p:icked( complete for immediate u-e,
and full printed, instruct! jus for using are furnished.
Either of tho Express Companies, or Merchants visiting
the places where our offices are located, afford u convenient
medium for purchasiiig-roecblnes-i
Principal Office. No. 323 Broad war. N. Yi . .
Ao.z.11 i) astungan at., lxision.
No.ST Soutli4th SL.Thnade!Dhia.
No. 15 Baltimore St-.'Sallimore. "
No. 1'JT Elm St., Cincinnati.
L M. SINGER A CO. .
J. II. Burrow' IVatont riantiitioii
CORK HI It. I...
THIS atlll differs from all others tn tbe construe Hon of
the uppr or Running Stone,- which is composed oi
French liurr Blocks, enclosed In a cait iron Cats, which
forms the back and hoop of tho Stone with a Oast Iron Eve, or
Buih,thanisofreaLerexleruu!dtamf-Lpr at tbe bottom that
at the top, which U secured to tbe back by four bolu, so that
every block U In the form of a dovetail, nhich elves greater
strength to aStonethananyother method which la required
in small rnill, where the etone is run with ereat speed, and
becomes dangerous tf not strongly made. It also gives ay
weizLt to a stone of small diameter that Is required without
having it thick or high, that makes it top heavy.
This mill is a square frame made Of wood or castiron.ln
the form of a busi, wilti Bridge-tree, Spindle Balanco, King
Driver, and Rejnlatlns Screw, and grinds ni ou the sme
principle as a lare mill, differing only in the Runner Stone;
. this oein? ot great wcigm enauicn u io grinu nearer uie c-eu
ter a greater quantity of grain with les power thaw any other
I mill no via u6. Thismill Isportablefandmay bealtached
! tn ntpam. water, horae or bund Bower.
ALSO, all sizes of Ercnch BurrAliU Stones, manufactured i
i on the same principle, 1
1 T 1. LI L? .. .. ..-. Af rin.Un.tl t a Invtfnlnr. far I
which heobtained Letters Patent In 1MJ. For alilnfriLve- i
ments the purchaser will be held responsible fortho right
These Mills donot require aMIllright to set them up; and
ail that is necessary to put them in operation, is to attach a
baud tothepnlley on the spindlo, with a drum ufBc-ienlly
largo to run a twsutv-four inch Mill 2t0 revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin, Steam, orWater Power. By the
steady application of twoherse power the Mill will grind s.x
to 8 bushels per hour of good meal: and will crind wheat
as well as corn. The Ui'.rty inch mill, if put to its fullest
speed, wli Rriud front ten tn flflaenbushelsperhoar.
These mills are warranted to bo in everyrc-spect as recom
mended. Dirictioss roa Usiso. Placw jonrmUlaboutMreetfrom
the Driving Pulley in a level po-itlon: maie the belt of
leather six or eight Inches wid. Give ih Stont240 revolu
tions a minute with thsun. Keep thqueck and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of tho
Running Stone, In the sam way ks lhd Cross on the Driver,
that is, the way they arc, trimmed to run.
Refer to Thos. Patterson, lisq.,of Highland county, Ohio,
Jessa Beal,Ejq.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and number of others.
X. 52 Broadway, Jiashville, Ageat for Mkldleaod East
ennessee,or 3. H. BUKKOnS,
Jan26-d.tr-w.&w.ly. V. est Front st-Cln. O,
All orders oirecicaio jun.i c. uumio...
riMIE GREl'EflllEHG CllJIl'Ai V latestuts
X early opportunity of acknowledging t7. great compli-
tntnl rain in their Mclieines bv the
TUXNESSEIi STATE jUEUICAL SOCIETY
in lueirrcsuiuuuii ui un um- ...l, u,
in their resolution ot jlay ola
.T-ll..t I !....- i l.f.ll rrr. i.
t the Legislature the passage cf a Law, reqnirit.g the recj
i - ..r. . . 1 . , .-.i. i tt i ' .l -t. .t. i..
filed." bv which the members
of the said society may be enabled to have all the use and i
benefit ofthem gratuitously. '
Th 6 c tT;o ,Le Iibe-rtvof!
( Xas,hvil!e(to petition the Lcgisl
. i the city to nuke thcit
kil)frkn0wll the operandi.
The O. Co. taKo the noerty ot suggesungio uie uaners w
Iislature, not to permit any
licir own bread, without nia-
onerandi. as t-uch secret proceedings
arelnjurious to tLe well-doing of Bakers, nnd ought not to
oe peraiiiicu. t ne :2ii'um. ". . .
If Doctors were always tntalhbh-, 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 tlie 2d of September, from which wo
learn tbat 1
l-o OUT OF EVERY 100 CASES OF YELLOW TETEK
treated scientifically by the faculty have died, and
!)S vases of every 100
treated hu tJJ mrnur. the non-medical members of the How.
n-A IcnMinn nml ltV tTinm PSeMSsivC llUmbui-S tilC ilo-
ard Association, and by more c.
,mTttl.inTiorinr have lieen cureil.
Such statements as the above me injurious to the profes
sion, for people are easily led estray, nd maybe induced,
to attach less value to Latin prescriptions and expeusive
iliroclvphics, and occasionally trust to tlie; dogmas of com-
B J 1 t.;i .i . t.: -c.,l:c. i,. .1... i . ....ruMlr.
mon sense, luiu mtitn m jhuiu j.hu?., ...t.
T..i;r-;iips wliirh are warranted to do no harm,
which no mouey is exacted uuieyuouui pruve oeneiiciai. ;
It is well known that the i
Dysentery Syrup smd the Chililrcns' Panacea
r.r O.o f:r!rt'enriirt-t:nmtanv.have. in two years past saved ,
. . . . . . . - la:l
i 20,000 lites, from Flux and f Dysentery nhcnull other remt j
edies had failed. . I
But it seems that the objection to itiese remeoies is nan
"it is an attempt to send fottli medicines without the pres
ence of the Doctor" w ho is thus deprived of the pro(:r dc- s
giee of aid and comfort that ho should receive fur" furnish
ing the proscription, "Jlinciiliiulttcltryiikje." The 1 lector f
and tlie medicine should go together, the Medical Society
have so willed it, let no quack put tbciu asuudcr.
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. j
Usiitcd States MailLfine
Through in 49 to50 Hours.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMI
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE
-j LEAVES Adgci's Wharves cvery'Saturday
..JW..lniK.l.r ,i'trlttf.timviil i.f the ears
...... nx.uuw;i -
C.,.., .1... tV.,!l, Jirt.! WV.i
Un Baiuruay, iuc new aim 'ic"it" d-w.... .v
"er. 1.50O tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marlon,
i o.m W Tnstor. Commander.
On Wednesday the Union, 1.S0O (on.. Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Com
mander. . , ., . , , .
These steamers are unrivalled on tbe coast for safety,
speed and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luviiry, will insure
Travellers by this line every possible conifurtand accom
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom
modations, apply at the office of the Agent,
EcptlS HENRY MISSR00N,
CornerEast Bay and Adger s Sou. Wharves.
Cabin passage 2o. Steerage (3.
yr ircir i t j cat x
BY virtue or a wnt or Vendici ni Exponas io me u.
rected from the Circuit Court of the United States
for the Middle District of Tennessee, nhich ls-louuded on
a Judgment rendered in said Cpurt on the '"f,.0!
March, loM, wherein Joseph H. Shepherd was P'n"'r
and Hetty Iinier and Felix R. Lanier were DerenclanLs --
I will sell to the lushest bidder Tor cau ai tuo w .
door in the city. if Nashville, on Monday the ay of
November next, all the right, t tie claun and wtec,t rf
the defendants 'in and fo a ceifam hone and lot T nJ
being in the cltvof Nashvilla. on College street it being the
saml house and lot now occupied by Fall t Cunningham
as a Hardware Store, which has been levied upon and will
be sold as the property of the defendants satisfy .-u.d
1 J . L. C l.r.U 1 ,
Sc'pt20 tsr Id Marshal Mid. DUt.Tctm.
"HAN ENOW THYSELF.
"I Tnmlfialfe JMob fit- 23 eft.
t -X' thin 5 niuntlrt. A new edition icvised
. i.anj improved. Kit issued. yT.j?
IT. JlU.MKIi.'S .llt.llH.li, .U.WU.ll,
'ANlUilNl)llUUK-for tie AFFLICH.'D containing an
. tiwtnient and cnre enry
nn'oiiscuoiH M'xusl inter
STJIA ATC-04!t With t! .! t ICf- tll7
r s"&tP"ir'fBjxx, vtritteAUia fjmilur stile, aroidin g t.
delieati1 or urivalfc nattw.
I 1 Towhicl isadded recemts fnr'thar.ir.. i.,.v.i:,.
;.TrSTi)ojir or ike Fsor. of OcsTnairs ix Pknx. Col-
I JfSf'1 tJtKLraLi. JlR. HL'NTEIl-S MEDICAL MAN-
u.u the author of this work unlike the uujorit-th(e-
m)rLiwhoadrj?rtisei(;inethediseai;iof wti.cli' it treats,
u sgradnafc of one of the , best Colleges in the United
States. Ir&uurds me ptrajuro to reeoirunen him tih
i tice. in which hisskill bs beeu manifest in restorimr taner-
V IT... l,:l.-. . 1 .u . i."
j considered beyond medical aid. in thetreatmcntof Semi,
f V . or excess ot'veherr. I do not knowks supe-
f ridrtn the prorwsion. I huve'beeu awptointed with, the J
1 Author some thirtv vmrs.and deem it no more than iustm-'f
Whim' .swell a5 a fcindaess to' th.-unroitimate victim of
fe, tbe, mav sufelv confide them-
ti, " -'.it n-.,,.!,, , ..v. lr i
----' - - ALL lJir II .Vlil. Jl. U.
.. -nui ; wfchant excnion.ihe most romnreheusive and
iiiteliigihle work p uhiishe.1 oa the class utseases which
it tre4:s. AVoidin' all technical tenns. it adtlnwes i!-lf
I to' the -rcasou' ..fits readers. Itis free from sit obiectiooa
j blf matter, and no parent, however fastidiou
T to placing ifiii the bauds of his sons. Tbe author hxn de-
volect many years taUU) treatment oi the ran..uj complain;:
treated of, "and "witli too littla breath Vpuli mid U lit
tie Fresuniolroh to luiuise
.1'".'' 'le"""'et"',"f. I?"" '
he lu-ioilereilto tue woild at
5 i.usucces.ful acttce "-,,
' X0 tei.cl.erot parent should be without the taow'Ie o
imported m this iilraluable wott It wouldave vears . t
paiu, mwriiUcatioii aitl .ymow to the outh under their i
M,,.t .,;.. j' ei...t.- ' i
A l rcjOvtcrran clcrcTiaaa la Ohio, in wntaig of '
inr's ln.t;,l PL.. .Tfc,......4- ...f.! J .
tfonrywitli, by evil exmnple and influence of the passions,
have been lediiitu the iuibitif selfpolhttiou without realiz
ing the in an I fearful cnepiences upon, theiuseires and
Iiosfcrttv. The c-ousfirutii'i!-. of thtiisands who nre raising
families have been etucebleci, if nut broken down, aud tbey
do notkuow thq cause or the cure. Anytliing that can be
done so to enlighten andibthience tho "public mind as to
beck,-aud ultimately to remove l lus wide spread soarcc of
human wreiohedness, w wiM confer the greatest Wes-ig
next to tlie religioit of Jesns Christ, on the present and
cvming genenitiun:, Intempeniuce tor the us of intoi
catiug dnnks,j though it. ha lain thousands upon tlju
ands;is'not a ri eater ssntrire 16 the human rice. Accent
i my thanks ou behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in
tlie good v.vrt you are so actively engaged in.
" One c6pv; ftccnreU' envelooedT) will be forwarded, free of
postage, to any. putt t.f tlie Luited States for 25 .cent, or tf j
copies furl. Address ipost laid,) I
; " COSDENi-CO.,
! . Publ'wliers, Box 1W, PhihuU. 1
Booksellers, Canvasers and Book Agents supplied on
the most liberal terms. sept if lr j
VALUABLE IRON Pit 0PEETY AND FARM FOR SALE.
r',HEf ubscriber would call tlie attention of tliose who
JL ,ivish to e-mbark in the Iron bu'iness, also those who
wUh'to o-.vn a handsnme and fertile firm, to the following
propertv which he offers for sale.
1st. Jackson Furnaceand lands, say about acres
This furnace i- on Deaver Dam Creek, Dickson counly,
Tennessee, aud the stack is the largest in the Slate, being
47 feet high. The furnace, except tbe stack, is now being
Tebnilt, and willbc rendrto putin blast bv the 1st of No
vember. Tbe-routeof the North. Western llailroud, as sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. Tbe ore is un
surpassed, aud the timber and grounu admirably adapted
Also, Bc-IIeview Furnace, and about SflfO acres of land,
tHCtUdlngrhtr IJlcksvTT rrocmnW. TKU Vurn4fti (in June
Creek, aDout thiee miles South f Charlotte. There is a
good water poner,-and also good farming lands attached to
Also, the 'h!Iey Forge on Jones' Creek, and. about S7,
00 acres of land. The fall is i feet, aud the head of water
immense. Tlie re are some very fine farming land in thi
tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, the Mill Creek propertv and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman connfy, Tenneee. Tlie iltll Creek Bites, of
which there are live or six, present the best water powers (
fortho size nf the stream that ran be found in anv rirtintrv.
The Duck River ore bank h the 'leanest deposite of ore in i
the State, and the ore can he procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck' River, and the land's around are covered witli the i
' Also, the Lower Tunnel, af the Narrows of Harpeth, in
I Davidson countv, Tennessee, wjtli ten acres of land fiw
1 l...:iJmM nn i.rA.n..nr ll uimn..,.' In ct.ml ..Ftlu.
I water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. ft is known to
everv one, and twentv-Iiveveurs of exiCTieneo enables Hi i
.,i i.t..tt,!ii, rwiinr;t,..,iiu.n..Kt. .r.1 i
usefulness. It is, indeed, onlv tobeseen'tobe appreciated.
Ijisflv. mr Wlllt.unson Farm, on which I now reside, and
.ii-.ii: i' .... ! . T. i .. . . j . .. l -
which lorbeautvaiid fertiiitv is second to none Tlie houe
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip-
ticn. ll is intersected uyiuenoniiiemikauroaa, anu aiso .
by the Nashville and Iranklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles t
from NashvHre anil 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow i
fann," watered by lattle Harpeth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the bay produced on it this year, which all
wholiaveseen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen.
. . - i . .t . . 1 1. , i : i I . . r i. . ..
Ills anozetiltriuie lh mu uiush uc-irau.e urn.-, lur ueuti
and protTtthatis in the South-wc-t. It contains about WW
acres; , ,
The above nrorwrtr is Q tiered Sir sale, not for tbe miniose
of profit or speculation, but simplv rromlhe fad that the'
. . . -1 . ... i r, ..- . . . . i . . . i r . f
I subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve hHiweif ( f 1
i the care, cccessarilr incident to so uiuc'.i rc-al tircpertv lo.
c.,i al ai!;.rent cLints. and renders him tmable to irive it
that personal attention which it require..
Anr one wishing to purchase any of the above property
will please call on the subscriber at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Springs P.O., Wilhamsoa-county. Ten-
nugst im -M. ur.i.Lu
H Cincinnati Euiiuiir will publish the above until the 1st
. . , j1, . ,t . .a
of January, IsSt, aud send bill to this otBoe-
XTEGROES I'OR SALE The .subscriber has sev '
JL eial families of Negroes that he will sell at private j
sale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to I
keep them therein. . Residence on the Nasti ille ami Frank- I
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nasht tile. M.BELL.
augSl 1m. 1
1") ANA WAY from tlie suleriber on the night or &s
i the 3rd in!., his negro boy AMOS. He isalnmt K
St yeant of age, feet or Io inehet bigli and weisJi r
abou' loo pounds, lie is a bngm nuiiitto. ii strwjem
t hair and b'tfe eye, and will no dmiCt attempt to p4s- lain
j self as a wUit'uian. HewaSruUed by a Mr. Dickey, of
i Spaitauburg District, aud was purchased bv Cajrf. James
I Bonds ofSjicrtatiburg C. II. He is proby lurking in
th vicinity of that town, or nwV tteipt IM eeuN to a
I fiec State. He lode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve eirs
' M, whicli lina a scar on both shoulders caused by wafts.
and is shod bohiild, is quick in gaits a;.d mlepi short, h)lds
1 a lino bead. Is sunk very much abov e then es am! incue
. , . r. Z j . r mlffv lint I lire
io te ?pneiiii. ine cutnr it-iit iu nn t j.vntuu.
1 will be given S.r the apjrfW:siiH i-f the &y nu none;
the boy to be lodged in an? ja.Ira teistate. An exr.enjw
for keeping tlie horse wilt also be fshL
Newberry. S. C. July. AV. G- NEKL.
ESB'S FATZIiT SKAW CUTTEE AND lNTJEI'EN-
EENT CORN CHOPPER.
rpIIISvery impurtant iuvention Ims been in tue about
l thn-eyeurs. Tbe inventor tins made IhntveinB(H
which have rendeied it perfect s a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTlNtJ MACHINE. It lias given entire satisfaction to
, even' one w!h has tt-ed it, und Li the most superior nwehiite
in use, mr tue jatfHie lor which ic is uesigueii. n
. pic in all its parts, durable and rasilv kept in ordc
I j.tf.rHPi!in-- anil eMsilr worked braltov 1 vears fci
I It wilt cut t4raw or corn in the shuck from half i
1 tltrtH. inrltii in Ii-nttli. ilativ reitifieAtes mip-ht lie nro-
1 duceil from Fanners who !ia'e usecl them, to prove their
superiority over any olner Mraw and com cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
tbat Iu it they will iind a valuable acquisition to their fatrn
Tlie subscriber has greatly extended his means for nun
ufacturing t!ioe maohHiwaml he now solicits for them
the attention of 11 public, and the farmers and phiiiters
particularly, of the South and Wet. He will hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensure? all machines to
do the work for which they are delgneI.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole propnemr, he
will d&xise or rights for comities r Stales on reasooaWe
ermsm,,"! sKictshonu-.vwW.to manufaelure h
. . , . ..f Mtt?nf.f.r iifllleins
and Will iuruis.1 one w u v.. -- -,.-.;.
JOHN E. LRU.
VALUABLE LAND FOR 3ALE
.t. mi, ,ur of November next, tbe undersigned will
( ) 'offer fer sale - ! acres of river bottopi and island Land,
lots of from 1'"' f" 4' C3C,1 about 100 acres cleared
aad inahijh sfafeof cu'tivalion, the remaining pot tion fine
ly timbered with choice growth. It w the fractional 16th
Scctiou in Township 1 of Range 0 East. The above pfeee
isa good one, richai Cuano itself, rendered valuable by the
very many ami numerous advantages it combines. ThR.
Iload running thongli it, and Steamboat navigation round
and about it. It cau't be beat for Cora no trouble feviwe
75 busbeli r acie. ,
Tenus Credit ofl, 2, 3 and t year, equal annual pay
mcnis, bearing interest from !atc. Said Iao.1 wHI he acttul
lvsnld if it goes above a very moderate, minimum pnee
Srit,vilrnitAM- crr-mlimr in law.
' iaJ WILLIAMS. )......
W.H CIlItlMlA-M-16.T.lR 0
A. 01 XTKi:,
C V3 Jt w
Jons?ilh, JaeksouoouBty, Ala.
j ... ....... v, ... ivu.nuuiu uuitiaciice, as. a sucumbii i - --..vrr, nu. receive one ciiriV4
.: : v. 1. 1- t , - : -e . . - i hih i jupt i t fnn
XP.yRJELFt THE POCKET .2ESCUX
I mi tAK O.XEIUS OWN PHVSICLVN
. X lfrtndred Engravings showing
1 Diseases and Malformation- of iha
HumaaSrstera in everv shape and
j, rwnu To whiob is added a Treali
I 110 the Diseases of (VmaW beiai , f
"?.,11St,e,' unportaace to married
jKrf.ple. ortho-e eontcin'itotmf mar
ngj. IlrW'ItiLlAM YOUXU.M.I)
It no father be ashamed t pre
sent a cnjrof the .-ESCCiaPlrS
to his child. It nay save lrim btsn
Let no vonue man
1 vr vivuwtn nun (lie secrvi 001
gativi.s of marriajn life wiii.Hit readuig the POCKET
.t-l L 1..V1-1 1.M noono saaerinj- from a hactSmt
1 CJigti . liin 1b w Sid, resile-nighN, nervous fcelin.
t aad tfcewhete train of Deiiiccrjasentifjis. and given" up
) pllTsi:ial. Lo another momeot witliont consult'ts?
I rteiKSCCLAI'ICS. Have the married, or those about Tc
, pe earned, any in) pediment, read ibL trulv useful book, a
: " been the means of savio thousands of unforitma.e
I crwruxts t'roci th crr jaws of "ilrath.
I 2- Anv narwm sn4tn' TUPVT1rtvf-r!rrvTt:
uiu work by mail.
Rl R. R.XO PAIX KILLER.
rpO FUIX PAIN-we-must paralyse i he nerves, or in otber
JL wnb produce u piltyot the part to which tbe &n
iUW is sppL'cd.
y!iian cnnutiira sensatioD. arisinfr from an inim-r
I orchseaso which. I eing traasmiued akmg the nerves to
uie oraio, gives an ur.eay jrerceflimi to ibe mind.
Reieihej recommended to Kill Pais, or Pact Killers,
are either producers .t Paralysis, or they are not what they
ar: rvcunimendeit tcr. If the sull'erer oi pain is to nndtrgu
a wipensJon of vitality, or if the" unfortunate arm or leg, or
if tfeep.it t, of the body suflcring the tortures cf pain, is to
rS?tS,P",. ?..?'?.'? 'l
then tbe nerresthat transmitted thU tionrandlb;
sensor that j.xeive iu unpteasantne musTbe Icilled abx!
If, on theother band, itVs not -W, Kr."t baX
nomer, and not what its advertisement claims forit
in.i..-..-u i...i ..- .i " 5
it scbdues its paroxvi&na and relieves tbe sufferer from ail
painfiil and uneasy sensations. IUd way's Ready Relief
quick in its action it instantly reneres, and immedratei .
alter seU about removing the causo of tho ptiin, it eoutkr
and etrte, it relieves and remores the troubhog cause, acd
hence theiy it infuses. ,
R. R. R. Its Two Actions. The primary-action
of lladay' Ready Relief is, to alluy the effects of aiir pain
ful causes' that the'hunian system niav be visited with.
Its seconduty actiou is, to remura the canxritself; this i.
will immediateiv accomplish, dr it is so powerful in actioc.
so quick aud eectual, that theisomMkt it is applied or taken
tlie ivilnful pantxybuiis are relieved, and the unsound partu
made whole, slrunf. healthy and vigorous.
- Kxtcrnul I'aiu Rheutnatim. Radnay'aRea-lv
Relief applietl externally to tho parts where tbe pain it fell
will iu&ianUy allay tbe paroxy isms, scatter the cause, or tn
amgM dtuoeif,iriti.-hcant,'ii and, in a few nio-
msntsthe sufferer will be quiteeasy. Ifthe attack is re
cent a few applications will cure ll.
If (Jhrouiu, Kadwnr's RcsiovatiBg Resolvent, used in
concection with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu
matism in its most aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Scijtic nervous, muscular or iudatuatorT Ibr wonderful
cases of Rheumatism, cored by It K. K. Remedies se
liadwa v's family Friend fbr tbe" mouth of March, 1834 a
copy will be sent to all who wish it, free of charge, by a.1
dressing I tad way A t'o N.w York City. I
Painaaround the Liver, Kidneys, and Heart are relieved,
and the unnatural imUtions instantly subdued bv a simple
application of It. R. RelieC '
S:ok Head Ache R. U- R. will in all ceses core thu
distressing complaint. Its ant acid propertie when taken
intotbcsHtanaen, wdl neutralize tbe aaid, and make the
stomach clean, and the breath sweet.
Its counter-irritant elhcacY, will produce a reaction when
applied to the head, and itiTtgurate ami enliven, and refresu
Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
Cholera Morbus. i
The unuutural and violent irritations that aillict the systsm
while it U under the influence of thene maladies. wilL in a
moment, yiehi to the sooiMojt and piH-reIlevin edcacy o
tlie R. It." Relief. It allays irritutioo, it arrests spasmodic
action, it neutralizes the poUuootM miasma that causes these
painful and weakening ctisehjuxes; it enliven and invigor
ates with warmth and strength tbe cold, - cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, a.td restores each member onw
organ of tbe body to a hMttbful and v ijforoiM conditicn.
Itadway's Ready BeSef, and each u the R. R. R,Reme-
uies, are untie irom ineacinj pmperwes oi iiieuiciiics.
Nothhi: inert or iiweUve eaters their composition. So tha"
..... ..i j.ii. w uu ' .... .......... v. . yi.iic.
In conclusion ne woold remind the reader that Sadn at s
Reaily RoHef, reiieves tbe srtS-rer frera pain (not kill,) ana
cures or removes all ucMturaloaosesof Rheuiaatic Neural
gic and Nervoits.or puinful character.
1 Midway's Regulaters. prepared from the octire- priacip j
aloneof Mediciual Herbs, Roots, Plants and Guuijj will re&
ulate and keep iu a healthy condition, tbeboweN, Mver, heal
Kidneys, win, ana an inner organs oi ino bdur. irwy w
off etotiTness, indigestivnws, indigtotiou, dyspepsia, ac
The Uult4 wiM Bud Radwuv s KeculaUsthc verr. best re.
ufatar trf tbe sjatem in aasisling tardy nature in the di
rn&ivf. ih nKT mmui t niiimc i mntik- itaiiM or aiciuiesa
nt t.unru.ti f.klLrA their arMratum httt llieir msjim.tn all wl.
take them a pleasant anu easy tiucnorge ot me omia oi uie
" Radway's RecovatiBgResalvout, is a powerful resolrerof
all diseastsl dvosit.-i that have been y iug in the system for
vears. A purifyer&f the bteoj ami a reobvaierortae whole
body. , '
inr further information of the wonderful pain-re.eaving
and coratlve powers nf tlie It. It. Remedies, tbe pcolie aro
-- i , . ,-" ,. . v i.i.
refcrrod to our numtlily pubUcatwus, oriuda tojeallh, co-
pie of wbicii can be had gratis by addtessing us at est K.
lw it. OMtce, li r mton street, -ew ors.
RADWAY A CO.,16tt Fulton st, N.Y.
R. 11. R., (ur sale ay DrtareUts geueraH v.
J. 31. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee.
MAN DFI ELDS A CO. MemrJus.
HCDU1N, WELLS t JOHNSON.
Aiid Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
" JW DAVID'S EEBBEW PLASTEE,
THE great R.medf for Rhuniatlni,Gout, pain In the Sid
Hiu, Buck, Limlw and joints. Serofttla, King's Ev.I
While SweWospS Hard TtoiMRi, stiff Joints, and all fixed
paaas Kbataser. Wberetiiis Plaster u applied Pain cannot
I Tlieee Piasters pwses the advantage; of be log, put rrpin
I air-tightboxestjlieBee they retain their full virtues in all cl.
This celebrated Paiu Sxtracter has been so extensive'
. useti by llnsiciaits nl the teople in general,, both in IL
eHitry and Europe, that it is almost needless to say anr
I thing about it- Yet there way be some, who stand in need
j ofitsLoiilii powers who have not yet tried it Fortbeir
' gaket) w e win simply state what it has done in' thousand of
' eases, ad what it wiH do fttr Uiecu when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Head the foMowim; twtiaiony fiom a Pbysiciac
GcKTkkHKN. Your Hebrew Piaster has cured me of pains
of which I huve swftired for twelve years past. During Una
iteriod I bibmed unaVran afthelHinofiiiy loins and aide, and
in,l mnr iem!iK tbat mv own medical experience suir-
gesicd, bt without BbtewtiiK js-iiof. At length I used your
i1ibtr. and am now by its wml effects entirely cured.
tecouimeud tlie Jew liavru or iieorew riaster toau
1k are SHfl' ringl'reni owitracUwi of tho muscles, or perma
nent paiiw in tbe side or back.
Tl peIe of (Jeorgwbavebnt to become acqnainted wi'h
ts virtues when fhey will resort tu its use.
Yours, truly; M. W. WALKER, M. D-
Fefsy the, Monroe connty, 6 a.
To Messrs-Seovil k Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HBBRKW PL.STERLY NORTH
Mffiies. SooviL -t IUad : - I have been troubled with the
dironfernennuiriraiSbr the list twelve years,' On the 1st cf
friy 11, I ra so awl tbat I couiu iw luru mjwu iu ucu,
and the win so severe that I had Lot elepta . wink for ix nays,
i- r..r it trt of nam now in use.
ncndersOBvilre. N- C, Ang.16, 1850.
r?r rsr jar iar nr . xr
Beware ef cogntarfcitsan.l bae imitations!.
Tpf Tbe fnuke wilt in future have the signatnre-E.
Tayler on tfw steel phMenfavtd label em tio topofeac'..
lurchascn are advised that t. mean counterfeit of this ar
ides h in exwtenee. "
The genuine is sold only by uj, and onr agent i.ppointe.1
hreughut the Suti anil no pedlar is allowed to tell it
Dealers aad purchasers generally are cautioned againit boy.
tag of but our1 regnhir r.gents, otherwise tbeywill be Impoo
ed upon with a worthies article.
Forsa'w by SC0Y1L 4 MEAD,
111 CbarlressfreetNew Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents Sir the Southern Slates, to whom
all orders bh1 be addressed.
EWIN, BROWN" A CoNashrilIe,Tenn,
... it tir-titV .1.
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co., .-do;
THOMAS WEIiLS, do.
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UNITED 3TATE3 HOTEL.
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miie.Ura HOTEL is now open for fhe reception of
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market affords and tbe" Fniprlefor trust? br a systematic
course, b.ith with servante and the regalaUorH otthehonss
rn.nerallv.be will be enabled to give entire satisfaction t
tiose tliat may &vi.rhirn vitb tbetr patronage
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