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UNION AiND AMERICAN,
omw:-o. ii,he.yderick street, j
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Tim WEEKLY UX10XAXDAJIER1 CAN Is furnished
lo subscribers 31 tne Jmlmving rates: Jsmglo copses, out-
year In sJtmw. $2 5.; vrilbiu tlie year?3 00; at the end
c.i me nar oo. ULSBs-Of Bveaad upwards-;: ou
per oapy for one year. Clubs if subscribers '
ceivod &r six ntonius at tiie riircjoing rates.
ISTTIIE MOXKVI U. CASES TO, ACC0ilT
" SUUSCKIPTIOS g: . ,, . , )U
' Beiuittauces of aabyaitiaia wa b; laade by mail cur
paper will be seat out of tlie State unless tbe crdsj.-1 ac
companied viUi tlie ca4i.
E3f We are authorized t announce L. W.. umcl. as a
Candidate for reflection to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county.-t the next Maith election.
Ct? e areliathorited towmonnceJon.v K. Eohokusox,
a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
t2?"Wc are authorized to announce Kvocu Olxmngua-j,
asacandklateforiaieriffat the ensuing election.
- tsifWcare autfaomcd to announce Wlu.iAyT.vros, as
aciiidiJatc for Sheriff ofl)aid.vm county, at tho-eiiMiiug
E&Wc are authorized to atiDOunce E. B., Uiolet ns-a
candidate for hhorilT, at the eiuuin; election.
CLF.KK Or THE COrSTY COUKT.
53"We are authorized to announce Josuu Feriu, as a
candidate fur County Court Clerk at the. ensuing election.
KtF'We are authorized to announce Fkijx It. Cueatimsi
candidate for its-election for County Court Clerk at tbecn
. r et?Ta thonzed to announce isaacj il. JONTSacan-
didatror0u.inty Couit Clerk, at tlie next ..Varch election.'
1 1. .mrrr -riT-of-t .
r-SP i e arc authorized to announce Isaac SI. Joxis a can
rott diCSTT TnrsTr.E.
i-f? i e are auiliorized u announce .lonx iuiss
re-electHm m (r.mt vTniitee at the ensulnp election.
XS We arc auttiorizeil to announce Tfiouxs Suxkeii as a
candidate furTrusteeof Davidson County.
tt7 We are authorized to announce Oeocce Claiucu
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
gsr-.We are authorized to announce the name' of.W.K.
llc.vrui (Collector) as a candidate for Trustee for J)avid.-fln
county at the next Match elections.
jg1" jAMfS T. Faitlkser is a candidate for Register of
the Land Office forJdiddlcTennessee at the ensuing sessoin
of tbe Legislature.
. . . , -i i J i?qu was, ivntcii will be cued mto accurEcy and "d sriilcli.
he TRI-WUKKLY Is tinhlLJied everr Tuesdar hursdjy i Smani. , :.; o.iT... r..." ' I
uid SjaunUj; at fo par atiumn ia'adronce; if ui. .piiQ a i ed; I ocfctt Vial Cases; several' tieV pattern; Spcculums,
adranco M 2"'-' ' i ?rt.cd; Midwife, Am
DA1IA spulAJied at Bight Dollars. Cmmitw Annaretiis: Stomach lW.S: DSxiciion Iuatiii.
FOK OUTOHEIt, 1853.
"Gather the roe buds wlule ye may,
Old time i still a flying ;
And that same 8wer that blooms to-day
t To-morroiT bliatl be dying."
Persf.nat a distance are articulariy re.-njted to mail
.their oideis for 1'ackngea or single Tickets, m these Hag
nilicent Iittcnes, ithout d Jay. Poverty cannot be cast otf
loo kkiu: and thei e is no fact in Philosophy more suscepti
Uo of demonstration titan that there-is at ocu truly fortu
tiate and f.ir-fimej Office
A handsome Prize for every ove!
But it is vitally inij-citaiil to the successor the adventure
that he sbadd
OKDl'ft KAISLY ! ! 1
By poJ filing jour Orders, you may miss tbe tide
"wh'ich taken at l!ie flood, leads on to foitu le." Tlas sooner
one becon.es i ich the belter, and the sooner you mail our
orders for a
PACKAGE Oil S1XGI.K TICKET.
In the-w: po;nilar and Lucky Lotteries to our Wjarld Be-
nuunol and T mly Fortunate Agency, thesooner- youjwill
iFbeceme rich. ltnember that procrastination is SfitrthUf
?ffr tent as wU as r time.
TP.I UJIPHAXT SUCCESS 1 1
Xo Abatement in Selling Prizes! j
The "ffoW'." in her best mood. - '
J',bfXMJb ')'' CO.fromtfomh of
Am.i.I til tkf MM i.f Sfvttmlsr. :
Capital Prize $25,000,
Xos. 12, 40.71, Sold in a Package of Whole' Tickets to a
JStV'1'' "bl to a new Coriond.mt in X. Carolina.
$lS,nK sent in Package of Ticket to Ohio. , ,
JIS.CM) sold to aniereliant in Philadelphia. " J
Sl8,i0) sold to aCptain of a Steamboat. '
2,000 wnt in Package of Half Tickets to South Carolina.
$f,0il0 sold lo an old inrre-iporilletit in irginia.
fif.Ooi) sent to Teune!c-e-
it was uie nrt oruor lor
age oi 1 tckets.
f.1,KH) sent 1.) Camden County, Xorth Oarolinft.
The altove Prizes were all said and paid by tbe Far
Famed Pnze S-Hers and Bankers,
I'Vl'KK A CO , A'. 1 LlgUrinH, Bidlimvrr,
' Sl'I.EXDI ITSCII CUES.""
IJTbeCcHlUcate Price of package of quarter tickets
oiuy, are given utauw
Price of Price of
15 draw n
Drawiogs forwarded to Correspondents bytheCrst
mails after the lotteries ere draivu.
jifCorrespoodenU will please order a few days before
Uie lotteries are utawn.
Then- is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
lio.rd'.T bv the Package, alid the clionces of drawing four
tlie largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
nf tlu Unrest Prizes in the Sdieiue. are thereby
Weadvis!thepuix!iae f Packages of Tickets in every in
J57Bank DraftsorCertificatesof Deiiosit jiayable in Gold
at iirht, will be p;-otnitlv remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PVFKU i GO'S.
f"I!emeniber A I'ACKAncof Ticxets, cau drevr roua
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme,
jfln order to secure a Fortune, ami the cash immediafe
yafu?r the result is known, the leaders of tbis paper have
'only to remit cah Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
Uhed far famed and tnd fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, ' PYFEK A CO.,
octl lm Xo 1 Light street, Baltimore. 3ld.
GiiliW rtrtet, Ac. 0iitt iSfrinff 'JUniM.
BEGS leave to inform luslrieuds and the public. ri.ui i
gcucrallv, tliat he has opened a regular Cof-4isai31
fin IUkhii, and lia ring bought ihe rightfor maniifacturing !
and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skill's Patent Indiatruct- .
ible Air-tigut and Airxlia.isted Bunal Cases, the best j
nowiaiiefor preserving the ain',i he will keep a supply
of them contnullv on band, together witli an assortment of ,
all kinds ot covered and wood Collins. He is prepared to i
luruUh g.Hxl Hearses and any number of Hacks tliat may
be wanted; a!- shroud of every description, made in the !
bent sti le, togetlier Willi everv equipace necessary for func- i
rals. All leiograptuc oe(miciic oi oiuci n inn o.cmnwa..-.
nnd P.ailroad-t, or from the surrounding country will be
pniaipt'.k- attended to. Particular attention paid to pre
paring and enc.iMiit; IkkIius for Iransporfat on. All orders
leflatlu-) Kurniiuie aud Collin Booms promptly attended
to, both niiiht and day lie will give his jiersoiial attention
. to all funerals. Cliareei moderate.
J. II. CURBEY.
X. B. Furniture and Mattr.ise of every description
made to order and of the best materials, and warranltd; also
furniture repaired in the bet slleaud with dispatch.. .
' Kiig27 i ev. J. 11. q.
1 ' SOMETHING KEW.
TIIE fUH'TH XAS11YIM.K IT'UNITlJItE
MAXOFACMUUIXti COMPANY, are now otlbriiigi
tgTsiHeniiiq a-iiiiieni oi i iaui ami ra-mouauie riir
"7f i.iiTf....t tfiuir llum.t.m Lirtft sli.t T!nm .u'm
""cf niluicat their l)epotn JIarket st ivet, Thomas'
Piaifaiiew budding, (between Union Hall ami the
H.niare. i whith ihev ou'tr at lirices to suit purcliaw
both at whole sale and retail. They iniend to give satistoc
tion lo purcliat'i' - work warranted.
Call and exainiue their stK-k. Order, firr Work attended
with donate''. R. II. GROOMS,' IWl.
W. I.. Xaxc-l. Sec'y ' 1plf I '
WXTEI) attlw Soiiili Nashville I'tunttunt Factory, of
good SEASONED LL'MBKR i .- '
IOo.IHsO feotof ljaiHHstt Wulnut Ilaak -wide; - i
" 5),W0 do do do do do; - - .
50, WO do 2 do do da da;
,100,000 do Walnut Seautling, feet long. 4, S A Cin.sq'rc;
100.000 doClteiry do do do;
lflj.000 do IX"1"' ChiTy llank Wide;
KO.OOO do K do
r. 1 n.iii .1.1 " do
do Ash, ranciii?fi,om.l,V'to.1 iatbick-iwide plank
Also, PiHilar of alf iil fvrv l!b:nt;puriKes for
which Oim will Ur paid on deli.eiy. , ,
' Abw, 2S or xo gtsl OA 11 LX ITT MA Iv EP.S wanted, to whbm
fair prices will lie given m eaa. Also, 1 or 2 good UP
IIOITKRS. Xoue luit go.Kl workinen need apply.
1 i nnl7
i FORStiDEE! FraxrnmE'! .
nr. All justreieitiiiga imeassorinieiuoiriir-jgig
l niiure Oi iims taiusi qpu ni.isi. a.iiiMw
.i.vj ..l.Ti.i. u ill 1. u-urri.t a.1 u4 rpriMnmend-
rd, aud will 1 sold as chesp a lite cheapest- Having cii
uvirod mr Ware loonn. 1 alwll keoji an assortment of Gil
'.berl'superior Pianos alo Window shades, Clocks, Mir
rors Ac Fnnutureof all kinds madetii order. Articles
tent fre to the Railroad or anrwhere in the city. Keinem-
ber45. Union street, Cheap Furniture UepoL
NEW " DRUG store. "
o.u43, Colleze street. three d.rfmm if;, -!..;,
Will be plea?d'lo wait upon his old friends and citlrens rer..
Wanjf.iiJ'hrtjcufaf ntfcntioa is given to Physicians' Pro
u-eiit.-, ic Trcses in er-rv Varief r a cbuinlete assortment
ufH"5tba,jf'nsi!Illlyktm tUisliccnaiir beTonnd at
aug, - . .ji G. BItO WX'S.
CIIEJ1ICALS.-A. large arock, acd Ironi'tlie best
manufacturers. njae eiceedingly-. rait, r.ever before
bnmplit to tlds maitct Attcndi-n of 4'l'jriffciai)a to tbis
partof lur&tocfclsreerctlulh- st4teiled.' ' ' 1
aueT ....... .1. G.imO'X.
BEJUHUDA AltKOW HOOT. 'Warranted kt
feclly pure and fieh; fullsapplv at
wzT " ' J. 0. 11U0WX. ,
W . i . . . . , , J
j blli D Jli.il 1 In every Btvle, French.- German and
' American Coliimes. llalr Oil Pnnuife- A-i Ji
Tooth l'owderaad 1 We, Viver: Aipmat'C Vinegar. (Jlenu'a
Ko?eDear'i0i!.'CcinaVcnJe"r.1iron auduhil MTindsnr
Soap, liarberii'Viapinl' lb bars, tt-gether v!Ui a general as
soi tint-lit of Plain .jid Fancy Soapy Hair Drubhes, Ac, Ac.
Shell and UnQalo Dres.-ing mid Fine Comb, Ivorj-do. Pow
der Puffs and Boxes. Lilly Wiiite, Alabaster.' &c
. augT ' . JGBltOWX.
I ")EKIX TEA GOJUAN V.-I lraVe a full supply of
! X the bestqualiCeiofTens pusupby this OonijKiny.
I t . - -i.. . i t- i
is me aiuim lyriiiuriy Keuijjy r.Tiu, irown &-JQ, wmcn
-,ON(iiUJ.SS WATER-lhave made arrangements
Vj'tokeep a constant sunrly.,fthUjvater, which frcceive
. 1 : . f . I. ' . a - ... . i '
1unvvj uuiu nit; .1 iugi inus j(iMreceiveu.
. atig7 - ' .1 ( BllOWX.
STON'E WARE Of all descriptions and betquaUlvj
also, Floiver PolsesEortcd sizes. ' ;'
aug7 J Q UROWX.
BAJJIBOO riSIIINti -POtES 180 iiMti received;
also, a fidl assortment of Fiihing Tackle, Limerick
Hooks orSnoodf, pointed Poles, ic. ,
ang7 - " " ' J. G. BUOWX.
J7"OU TIIE HAIR Lvoits' Katharion, Pole's ifyp?
; rion Fluid, Barry and Clircbcgh's Tricorberoit., at
aug" ,J 6-DROWX. ,
TAKCII.-,16 boxes Proctor & Gambia's Pearl Starch
' also, fcutierior article of coumry made Starch.'
aug" J, G, BROWX. '
rplTItNII' SEED. A large lot, of Summer nud Win
X ter, and Summer and Winter mt.jed. t
augT J. O. DBOWX
IT'OR JELLIES. Spaikling Gelutn-.e. Oooji-r's niieet .
Russia Sheet, and Shred Isingiiss; aim, a fire lot of
Flavoring Extracts. aug7 J. (f, BUOWX.
"ElTlxTlTOX .lIUSTXllU.iuJj; V. andT aiX'aiis
j fresh and ju'it ree'd. augT J, ff. BROWX.
rEAST rOWDEKS and Brown's Ess.Jama'ca Giu
,L ger. White Lead. Bed Ijead. Chrome Yellor,-, Chrome
Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil. Turiietititie.'Yarnish. Ac
nng7 J. Q,IUtO wy. 43. College st.
Of Hazahlville, Canneeticut.
A. O. nAZHIl, pbps't. A. E. nOlf!tAi"v. SEC'r.
COXTIXIfEto furnish Gun Pf'wder of all thyr well
known brands, Knitvel-y A'jit, American .W.y
jndian JtijU in kegs, half and quarter kegs and cmnistew
of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
BliASTIXfi AND JIIMXt;
purposes. The reputation of. their Gun Powder i- too well
known to require comment. Ail orders .promptly filled at
ra Pwuitr Drjut, Xonh-east corner of the Square.
S. H. L00MIS, Agt for the 11. P. Co.,
ang2 tf Xashyille, Tenn.
"OTA LLi I'AI'EUS.
.1 list re
ived. 2.000 bolts of those
beautiful trench l'arrs. Tor rarior".
UalK Ac. topelher wilha sulendidC
assortment ot Gold and ehrt Borders, lire No-eens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac.
jr?J-On hand a large assortment of unglaad Papers, front
KLAGES A G0RBEY.
Xo. 20, College street, next dir to the Scwaueellouie.
IV. 'W. PINX,
41, 3IAEEET SXEEET,
BXTWilt.V ll.MON AND THK SQUAnr,
OLD AN1 VELVET PA
PER HAXG1KGS. A large
and beautiful varietv.
wt'comtive it mi I'apcrs, an xjljhs.
we Ulest rencli rtet(rns. -
llordprs,,AViiiilov Piipers, Tea,stcr nnd Con
tre Picccsyii large assortment."
Cheap IJtsglsized I'apcrs 12,000 pieces in itore,
from 12 lo 25 cts. per Bolt. Allforsale, andCnEAP mit
. JUST FINISHED AUD F0H SAlE 1
Clark Street Coiei Factory,
NO. 'Si '
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROPCnES,
rockaaVays AXI TAJIILY CARUIAGES.
ZJT Take PARTICULAR X0TICE. that
Kt...ifa C.ni.i, Shon is on CLARK STREET.
julylit ika a.niuui.
T1IOUAS HODGE. KELSON WALKER. 1
HODtJE Ac WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Drissors, &c, c, ,
Xb. IS, Mar ttrrtl. j
HAVE opened f heir new establishment, and ofTer to their
customers and the public in general inducements nev-
er before offered in this citv. Having newly fitted up our !
house, we feel confident that all who give us a call will j
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbcring, ILtiirDress- (
ing. Ac., we have large, cominoditus and neatly furnished .
Baih-Itooins. These arc the finest in the city, and as to j
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in thecoun- ;
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in ,
and see with what music wc "make the hair flv," und what .
j cflUf ,w" -.
a salutary cflect our pure water has upon n wniricd. and
OF LOUISIAXA. KEDICAL DEPABT- ,
ntHE Annual Course of licctures in this Depertment will
i commeuce on MONDAY, Xovember 14, and will ter :
minate in tbeensuiug Match.
James Joxes. M D, Prefessor of Practice. " .
J L Rn.nLi.L, JI I), Professor ol Chemistiv.
Waukkx Stone, II D, Piofessor of Suigcrr. '
A H CeNas. JI I). Professor of Obstetrics.' - I
A J Weoiikubi ix, M 1), Pnitessor of Anatonir.
GustavasA Xorr, M D, Professor of Materia Medica.
Tiiouas Ht'XT, JI D, Professor ori'hysiologv nud Pathology,
Cokxeues C. Beaku, JI D, I Deinonslratcrs of T
Samuel1 P. Ciiorpix. JI 1). f Anatomy.
The rooms for dis.'-ecf'ng iviil be open from the third lion-
dav in'Octoher to the First of April. I
The Faculty arc Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the i
Charity Hospital, and attend litis institution from XoTcii.ber !
to April. The Smaents accompany the l'rofc.-sors in their t
visits, and tlmi enjoy extraordtcaiy practical advantage,
free ot expense. i '
' There are one thousand palicnlsprescribbil for daily in this
The number of patients are nearlv twenty thousand, in s
the year. THOMAS HUXT, JI. D , ,
nugi-w3rn . ' Dean. I
IltliFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. JohnSIielby and iu F. Bradley. I bale seen it in
opcrationsevcral times, lam satisfied of its great utility. As
be Ecasoti is advancing, I now offer those 1 have on band for
$200. - - L. P. CHEATHAM. -
juiie2$, 1853. " XasliviUe.Tenn.
Xashvilie, June 2S, 18S5.
Cot.L. P. CnEATnot; Dtar. Xir,: I.have .been usiiv;
hp- "Reaping and .Mowing JIcc,a5ne"paten'cnted by Jlanney
r,l Illinois, wiiichyott arenowoSering to the ciluejis of Ten
nessee. Itis a must n VTEXABon savisoMachixs. It works
?c:atlt and HAI-1W.Y. The am-'unt est per day wilt depend
piincipslly upi tlie speed of till team. If the team can
ravel four mile per lmnr. St wilt Heap or Jlow, fifteen acres
n ten hours It is entitled to tbe confidence cf the hublic
Respectfully ' .1. SHELBY,
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing Ihe farm rf Dr. 'Shelby,
:naVc the Mb. ing statement: We have had for more than
one wivic, one oT'Cnl. Clieatliam's Mowing and leaping
macliiuos,we h.k- elrled it in clover-and grain b'own andtnn
jsled, and I r.oiv sfale tliat il uiwvs and 0ut-.clea5er.lh3n Jho
sytl.ebla.la, .md that it v. i'.l mow, per day as muchasl4
huiidi, and it run reap at ! ast twrutv-mur ticrei per day.
juni!'J.tS. ' L. P. BRADLEY.
' 11.1 ir business ith iriew of
nuijeidjy, wlJittrs n ing. , Mnwy persons are indebt
i'y m.ie an-iucoii'.hi, A;r.c f.ir vears. and I ontie
fit to Mr by
1 my ui.i r-m ut'.vuw I'll "in !! :ii!Uir;..'.av or trouble.
! Iha l.mliitiHl llir ltMk-ai I l'a:.rrs In Hip rrrnm ad.
liniiU'l tJlt-KiJ. 11 i.M.njUH, 1.1
- . It..... M- .t 1 i.jl..,. . ... ,.
SAM SEA U
K0RE KEW PIAX0E3.
1 t. tiave reevirc; uv recenr amvaN nine
ni.we of llw. tmm'al'.ed I'ia.nih,
bv.l. Ii. Dm.lia-.il and Adam Stodai 1 A Cu i t. f A Ti
Vi.iiouy!e.j and, sizes, .wataitynlr.b sk1 very lowhir
kgkli or kvxkI notesdtawing,iiiteieVind 'warranted to give
itMiiSicta.'.iln bverv mluect. -k
- . . - : . . ...... . ... -i 1. a. 1 1
"SpSlf1" " . 'iWi AT.!!.-' GRBKNPlBIiD A CO.
1 "T - ST-liiV. KlY EI) -fliLs day '
! fj ': KhI bbls Ohio Whisk-;
00 pblscnjslicd Sugar;
f.n sy,lfnt u .'to; liilif 1U' O'l
Id ;lV do; . ..-I
tnjrces S. .Caralini Rice;,i ! .-tn-!
lii'ft.caris Baltimore Oysters, - .1.
ISo Imes Vv. B. Cheese;
. ' .1 - 4
10 doz Fancy Brooms; and for sale by
septSS ' EDWARDS A HARRIS.
r- r r i - . . i
ryj "'ws i.iui. uii3,i'errumeiT, Ac,AiA 1
La. oil the site fonncrlrocciitiicd hrliin old firm iJAC) I
- - eua.
H . CLOTHINGS
TO EAHLY AND CI03S BUYERS OF BEADY MADE
Hamifccturers and Dealers in. '
..HEADY MADE CLOTHIXG.
"VWIXO to the increasincr demand of UeadrMade Cloth'
J mg ia this market, we Tiare this ra?on laid in an un
store.' and u
' iowest eastern
1 We would Iher
1 risitiug Ibis city, aud others in the Trade, to mate an eiani-
! inatiouof our stock before purdiasiug.
j wilt;; tf LAXDK ELS15ACII &.C0.
I.VXDE, ELSIJACII As CO.,, ,
EAT A2fD CAP HAHHEACTDBEES, .
Xo. 50, Mirth Mirlxt ,SU-iel, XdtKtuU, Tennt&ic.
i. have introduced this wcesUie I'ALIj ariLtt
OKSU.K HATS, which in beautj-iofflnisli, teitnre
and quality, arc unuqiaf ed In the city.
ALSO. A complete assortment of CAPS, inunuuclured
of the best material, the attention of one of tlie firm being.
chieflv devoted to this branch.
We flatter ourselvsin being able to give satisfaction to
thoe who may favor us with their nationaee.
Country ilerchanta are respectfully toliciled la examine J
.,.(.i, '!.. ...;..i...Jt.. -1
sept2-lf JAXDB, ELSBACUJk CO. ,
JUST IlECEIVED. A largo supply "of Kossuth
aTaeyarcnd aletiopolitan Hats, which are for sale low.
at ' seu2 tf LANDE, ElBECK & CO.
THEuudersigued having just arrivedfrom Xei( .York am
Philadeljihia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer natrons, that he has Durchased as large and tine assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
ha3 ever been brought to XaslivWe. Tbay areuow ready fur
nspeciion at his store.tbo
WORLD'S CLOTIIIXG EJIPORIU3I,
Ho. 11, Public Square.
I have taken particular pains to bave made am assortment
of iUlra Sh (JStthnj lor Gentlemen, weighing from SCO
lo S30 lbs., and who have always bees paying high prices to
the Merchant Tailors.
ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
- Jrora tho age of 6 years and upwards.
COlNTRY MERCHANTS -will
take particular notice that lean supply them with Cloth
ing and Furnishing Goods either wholesale or bitail, as
low as any one in ino cry.
ALSO, just received a large lot of fine Plush and Cloth
Caps, of t arions sizes, which 1 can sell tvtaty-fitt jxr ctnL,
lower than auv other house in tho rit v.
Come 6e, come all, to ' M. POWERS'
Woild's Clothing Emjioriuin,
angSO 5m Xo. 11, Public bquare, Nashville.
Coras one Coins all ! Tbis Sock shall fly.
Frost its nn base as coon as I !!1 .
I' ALL AM) M'lXTER STOCK FOR, I853-I.
r"T"HE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of
JL Xaslu ille and sUrrouudiiig country tliat be has liowon
band, and receiving additions dailv, a large stock of Gents
FASUIOXABI.E BEADY JIADE CLOTUIXG, for Fall
and. Winter wear.
Anions which Jlav be found: Fine Black and BIup Cloth -
Cloaks, tpanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
Black. Bine, Brown and Olive Over Coals, Sack, Paletots,
Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles
aud colors too numerous to mention.
Pauls aud Vests of ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a general assirticent of CHILDREXS'
CLOTHIXU. Fine Shirts, Uuder-Shirts, Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac.
Country Jlerchanls, in paiticular, are requested to call
aud examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere
feptl3 L. POWERS,'
Xo "A, JIarket Sr.; opposite Union Street.
X. B. Xot to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bniailnn of men. t L. P.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at Xo. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Casaimers and vistings of the
AI.S0 A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing i
Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stoctrs. '
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders Gloves of every dn-
t.j e-i . . 3 ti
Having made arrangement with one ol the Lest LlotUing-i
siawistimcnmn flew t oririo suppi v me, m. 'i. Jeu- j.
ninps. 231. Bmadwav. I am orenarred to ofler hi inv cus.
tomers and the public, Clothing of a superior style and qual-
itr. 1 'leae call and examine for vourselies.
J sept4 o T. J. HOUGH, Agent.
NEW GOODS. 1
"VTT'E have just received our assortment of
V CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTTXGS,
of Xcw Styles and Varieties.
Also, an assortment or Fine Rendv-made Clothing,
and Gentlemen's l'iiniihing Good. '
sepL'O CLIFTOX A- ABBOTT,
Xo. 15 Ceilar ft.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
READYOIADE CLOTIIIXG !
H. A. JESSEU
Arcade Clothing- Store,
Xo. 29 Marhet street, opposite ihe Union Hall.
TIIAX1CFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Xash
ville and surrounding country, that he has just received one
of the largest and mo-t complete assortmentsnf GnUlthit?t '
VaU. aid. lllnlfr CMliixg qnil FiirnMiny Oood ever
brought to the city, whicVwill be found unsurpassed in
.quality and workmanship, and at such low prices as -annot
fail to" please. The stock has been selected and made up
under niy own inspection, expressly suited to tlu wants of
Also, a large assortment of
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit
As my stock is i ery large, 1 can offer great inducements
to country jierchants, either wholesale or retail, ut very
little above Eastern prices.
Give mea call, as I shall lake great pleasure in showing
the Goods. 1L A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 JIarket ft,
octC 3m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR THE TRACK."
rlilO subscriber hasju-i ojiencd, ath:s oid stand, Ao 58
1 JIarket street, uext door to T. W. & W. H. Evans, the t
larcest and most elegant stock of READ JIADE CLOTH-i-r.
i 1.-.,;.!,;., n.uij i... i,.,.i , i..
i.Vi Uilll ..cuucu.cii A Ul ......... 1 VJ
nleasure of cxhibitinir to bis frisnds
t.e is oflerimr at wholesale and retail,
he confidently believes, give cntre
His stocU consists ot irocsana
rietv ofstvle and nattermdo. do.
coats, Box Coats, Ac Ac Hats and Laps, a large assort- j
mem; arpei imgs, uuuajs t-im , v,uui.-., o.uviui, yn.u.a,
Lmureiia-, a-e., uurpiiKuiuiiuiiui vjiuic,-, aiosici mm ,
.loves, hosiery and ;
r, and purchased of
tcssly lor this mar-
Pocket Hdkfs.. Ac: all of which are new
thebest bouses in the Eastern cities cxpicssly
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he invites an examination into bis preient stock and
prices, as be is determined to spare uo pains to please his
friends and customers.
JL SULZBACKER, Agent,
septSS 5m Xo. 53 JIaiketst
10 Imss B.io Coi'i'ee
IX STORE AND FOR SALE BY
Se II. IiOO&lIiiS.
XORTH EAST C0RXER SQUARE, "
octl If X'asiiville, Texx.
POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half add
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in tbe mat ket, alwavs on band and for
sale by july!5 CHEATHAJI, 'WATSOX A CO.
S"AFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, forsale by
at V. II.Gordo.v A Co. '3., PublicSquare.
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATT0EHEY AT LAW AKD LAND AGENT.
AVoco Villnge, Texus. t -
WILLattend to the collection of debts and the investi
gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas:
Hon. 0 "W. 0. Tottox, Hon. Xatiiax Gbeex,
" R. G. Jl'Ktxxcy, " R. I.. Ridley,
" R. I Cablthers, ' Abo Caeltiiers,
Jorw Ii. Briex, Governor V.'stB. CAitrcELt,
aug il twly '
LANDS FOR SALE.
THE fubscribcr, wishing fo move to the South, of-S"C&
fers his lands, containing about 800 acres, for
sale on good terms Tlie lands are situated in Hickman
county, Tenn., about three miles west of Centreville, on the
south sideof Duck Rive-. About 400 acres cf tillable, and
about 200 in a good state of cultivation, with tolerable good
logdwellingsandoiherhomes, with four excellent springs
and can be urranged ) as to make two separate farms
For further information, apply lo the subscriber on the
premises, or lo X. JL Williams, Centreville.
sep 17-4twy A. C. DAXSBEE
TENNESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THE next terra of the Tennessee Baptist Female Institct:
will commence 011 Jlonday. Sept 12, 1S55.
The teachers, recently of the Xa-diville Female Institute,
will make every effort to secure to those entrusted to their
cliarge, a thorough and judicious education and would be
pleased to receii e the patronage of their former friends.
' luformalionmav beobtained of
Rev. JOS. IE EATOX. V. D., Pres't Board, Tr.isfs,
JAS. F. FLETCHER, Eq., Secretary.
iulv2' Cm end or oftbe Tcacliers.
1ROGAXS! HROGAXSI! 5000 pairs Xegro
3 Brogans consisting of Home made and Eastern Shoes,
' which we"offer at very-Toiv rates. Farmers and all others
' inviantofgood and cheap Shoes, would do well to give us
acail before buyipg. . . , j - f .
j" Abo. a Urge assortment of Kip and 'Wafer proof and
PXegro Boots, suitable for Uie approaching, season; fur sale
hnvby ocl5 Bin" . It S.lfOLI.IX.S ft CO.
CORX WANTED. I wish to purchase OXE THOU
SAXD BARRELS of Corn.
ctl4-lm A. UAMILT0X.
smcs:, a great part ot v .Inch w! have now in J completely prostrotedJrom l)n,Wsla and inacVirityol
biehwearo enabled to disiKise of on the very i n, i :,rts.i t n,,.i.ii.. LC.(.i,i,.i,tti:. i
yarLet pr.ces . and wry Eatisfcctory enn.' raischimelffin bUbl. Ife sought aid from physician- !
eiore rcsiieetfulir lUTite countrv Mnvlinnts. ' i i u..t? i ... ; , z 4.
NASHVILLE, TENN : . SAT.DliDAYQTOBER 2D, 1853.
drug s; &g.
DIt. BLEDSOE'S ALTEHAT1VE COMPOUND
JJulttf tit lAvtr
..iwiwK tj tit; SjiUen
'tj. CvnU!rfiitun, aU
'.. ii n-.' from a
Uiforutrd suite, ? tie Jstunwcf, Ltrrr w Metal, at ,
Scrofufa and Soft f a yli;;,i, Fvr Gaitral Dth'lUjf,
fi-oqi fi&teh folia fn juat'ly -tvjrr, tSere is r.tf
eauni in mt vjio jmstrui ji'duti.
honeless by thousands. end U vras bvsccident tliat he sne-
f ceeded in curing himself. Since be las- been practicing med
I icine, his success in such cases his bot-n unn'ralleU. He
tias been awar ot t&g mcitdulify of the public; aud conse
quently said nothing tluough the press nf.hij.own ca.se.
until tlie character of the tiiedieiae was fully established
by its success, as shown ly tlte ccrtiflcates which 'lmveDeen
advertised. - - - - :
I subjoin thece-.tifiotteof Prof. Jf. Ganssir,' Memphis,.
' Tenu., with whom I otlca .advised dulicg'tlie time ot my
f tuffe'ring. , - '
J Muirms, Tcnn., April 17,"t352f'
I berebrcertifT that I have hi-pn Kivm iintpJ wiili Jlr.O'
X. BIadSv and tome years igi ha. was rcduceil I ct-t are
lower than I have ever secn'any one tiiat afterwards recoi sr-.edillry.-hat'Ipupposedtob-f
and after trying the prescriptions oi many Physicians in Ibis
us r.eu an (tutu- coamnes,T. niioni ivnci, lie Uuauy -suceedca ,
with a ircparatii)u of bis own in being restored to good
bealth- JI. GABBEP.T, JL D; .
PliysJdans are requested to irr QiU nrenanition. We
r.1 &nVil..i if ..lit ti.f.;.. n. ni.nI&Ht....tL .i ,t
.bvm a..vu-.u MM. " uinimci C Jl C U I . U U113
HtviTsviLLE, Jawury 12, 1352.
Dr. Blqisoe: I take Ihe liberty and fell it fu" be my duty
to recommend to alj persons suSerin from disease'of tbe
s tomadi and bowel, your Alterative Compound, as a t ery
seperior medicine, Myson.aged 15years, bad been under
medical freatnicnt about fire ycap lor dyspepsia and diar
rhea when hal ing almost despoiled of his recovery. "I o00
eluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
entirely cured Mm. JIICAJAU CAYCE.
t HtatrtiViLLE, Oct. 17,1852,
I)n. Bliikoc Some time Las eiap-d iucelgave a ce
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I naw-take pleasure in saying to
tbe public, that my wife had for three or Pur years been
subject to the worst kind of snells- of cramp iu tbe stomach
Aran dyspepsia. I, had fried ot several whom I thought tobe
tbeliest ph)-icians.in the place and a great filany differen
medicines, witb momentarj' relief. Being persuaded ,to try;
your alterative conipound,"l 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 of the
liyerand dyspepsia. X. B.R0BERTS0X.
HcNTsyjLLE, Sept 29, 1S51.
Dn. Bl.:ok Hating seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my dut r le say to tlie public, tliat
I bad been fur years subject to spells cf Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; thatl had tried ubutst every thing tliat is gi
ven by physicians, tnd never found any thing that would cer
taiuly relieve me, tmtil I tried the above medicine, w Inch has .
relieved me in evenr attack in less than an lionr.
WM. B. LLOYD.
.Giles Cohxtt, Tenn., Dec3, 1351.
DsjiLZDsOEi Ifeelih'at rshouIdOH shprtof my duty
to you and tothoss who 4re"a!Ilicfed, were I not to further
reconvneud jour Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that I have not lind cause to take anything in
two mou'Jis. I can eat anytliing 1 want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced ago.,
Should 1 evcrsufferfrom dyspepsia again I sliall be sure to
call on you. 1 am verv re'Iiecttnllv vnnrfriend.
" EI.1Z.VUKTH .1. HARW00D.
Hentsvillc, Ata, August 24, 1851. ' '
This is to certify', that I liad suffered for many yeara.w ith
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phr-,
sician liad prescribed for mu without my receiving any beii
elit, wbeu l commenced tlie use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alteratite
Compound, which curjd me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy ti;ct upon others of mv acquaint I
ance. JOSEPH CAROTHERS. I
Hustsville. Ala, March 8. 13S2. I
Dr. Bleimoc S : Judging from the certificates yin
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for tie
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; bull mnst say, that for years f suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement cfthe spleen,
and thought, tliat I neyer would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeios since, and have gaiud
25 or SO pounds, and feel about as well as 1 ever did.
HEXBY J. G0FF.
.tcgfTThe above medicine isforsaloin eveiy Drugstore in
the city, and most of the towns in the Sfate. G. W. HEX
DEliSUOTT, l'.enK.I Agent, for wholesaling thezned
icina'. J3fPricc $1 per pint Bottle. novlS lvd tr
FKASK'3 MAGNETIC 0INT1TENT.
A JIR. WINTERS had lostneaily all of hisliairand
had been bald for manv years: bvthe use of thrft l
lies of tlie Jfaanelic Ointmtt, l.nd hU htur entirely rt- t
tUtreJ, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as anv man '
could wMl. His aire is nhout ..n-enrs " !
coma mnu ltis age is acoutodj ears. . ,
A son of Mr. arret!, of i this town, 14 years of age, ha.
been atllicted witu the iVsthma fioiu uis cradle- He bad .
uie oeneiu oi uie oesi meaicai ounce mat a loving and i
wealthy father could procure, without avaib Itwasoneof
tlie most aggravated cases 1 ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By theuseof a few bottle.-, of the Oint
ment he was tlorougMycureJ, and for seven months past hai
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of initammntinn of thtfjilten,
of long standing; has aval iety of treatment Irom uo less than
eijltt differeut physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the Ur of only four bottles of the JIagnetic Oint
ment. This was four mouths agoand the ladv (a. Mrs. Dun-
treatment cf the celebrated Dr. Jlu2zy, of Cincinnati, for
eignteen montus.and Had expeiiaed Hundreds ot dollars in
Tain ed'orts to elftct a cure. Thev are now by useot the
JUgnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any Ordinarv business. I have used the i
,. . ,. . . r.Ti-1 i , I
Ointment in a number ofcof Piles and inn. r-; Mir.J ,
failJofyui,j xmmAU.iU r&fand
cure. 1 bave ahuised it bencJicully in severe cases otLry-
s.las. And last but rmtleasliiavewitmnlio Ustyoir
1 ntiv,l f,inpMnMnl I it Tt-.It hv tli n4n nr llii .li.iit.tL.
I Ointment alone!
From a thorough trial of tne Ointment In nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it lo be oue of the most useful remedies ever of
fered In the nuhlic Resnectfulir Yours.
! BURT0X HUBBELL, JL D.
1 Dated Jan 27, 1 350, Amelia, Ohio.
I The character of ibis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
J established in this city. Theranre quitea. number of mdi
I riduals who ascribe their restoration, to health to tbemeef
! this extraordinary Ointment.
rorsaic by 11. u. stovtii,
BERRY & DEM0VILLE.
niayC CART.WRIGHT & ARMSTR0XO.
X'o. 5 Clark Stkect, Xasovuxe, Texx.,
Xexidoor to jr. S. FrencVt Grocery Wartfwase, aii op
h tioiite Morrit C- Stratton't
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with Iiarness
to suit All woik sold br uicis made at
the Clark Street JIanufactorv, and warranted, and will be I
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work 1
made Xorth or East j
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when 4
promised. AH orders promptly attended to. fmarlo. I
A CARD. t
I HAVE tbis day associated with me in the Saddling Ba.
sinessniyson, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted in thenanic of J. D. Jfarch A Son. AH
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up audroake laymenf. J. D. MARCH.
J3f" iriiankfiil for, the liberal hare of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
' janS ' .1. I). .MAltCH A SOX.
I AND WARRANTS We are buying and paving
j the very highest prices for LAND WARRAXTS. Per
soils at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by "mail or otherwise may depend on getting the Viighcst
prjees at which they are selling at the time in Nashvilie, and
the cash remitted orcaid to order.
July21 DYER PEARL A CO.
ADKSIR BLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated
on the Gallatin Turnpike, 3 miles from Xashyille,
containing about' 75 acres, on which the subscriber nowre
aidos. The dwelling, which has recently been erected, is
of the be-it materials and style, and upon a convenient
plan, embracingnine rooms and several balls, with all ne
cessary out buildings.
The" soil is very productive. Tbe water is cool nnd pure,
flowing in abundance. Tbeorchard contains various kinds,
of bearing fruit trees of excellentquality.
In point of health and society, the neighborhood is'jin
Furpasscd. The tract is susceptible of beiug divided into
three lots, each Having a beautiful building site, with' tun
ning water. Term and time accommodating. Possession
can bejiad at anytime,. A. II. FORD.
For furtl'ier particalors, apply to
inlv27 2aw-tf W
Agents, College street-.
IT'OR SAL E OR REXT. A new Frame Uou-u juit
" coinpleledTvith'se'ven rooms, well plastered and pa-
peredj-situateil on ointrcn. street, In Mines g addinorai
N'ashville. Tiie said house is about four hundred yard
from the Female Academy, and will be soldou reasonable
For further particulars cnqiitre of R. L. Crenbaw, er
augia W. D. R0BERTSOX, Jl'Imore St.
4 lie KcnuJjjoetr dl JtemnUts for thi
A C ff t Jusp&pia, SiJ-lPOtxtCit and l&H.
Mt. USB- t l&ar&brnt. Otic FtatAw. fll
I rrlIB Inventor of this iireTim': m for three rears a
. I '', r. . jl.M? 7:vr:. .r . AV . " ' vitnt naid to Iheir Jlediciues br tho
ham 1 ic still in li-ilth nn.l nl.ltt . ulfu.,,1 In I,.. ...... I I
v..,, v u ...o uoaseiioui amies, iimvu iinoeu iwo casesoi fjhroinc xn-e I ipnOvircurr,' vT4Tf wt-niPtr fr-Tiri' i
and customers, which . with the Omtnumt Imth nf th ,ii, ,J.. A P ESS fcb SUfh JILUit AI. SOCIEIi
on such terms as will, MW.astoneed an attendant to lead tllem from ,,Iee to I ? t'e,r.r"U?!,i.Ma'; . .V1 UJ!L:"!ir"'un i
satisfaction. placed Oue ofUiem had been afflicted 18 years, tlie othtr i V ?.J .. 1 Vr i" i "i i i Cr,7." rJ"
uress wais.oi every va- about 9 years. Thevliad tried the best nhrsicia-is in the ! "J, ,
tini. .nj v.t. i SiJ .i; T.. ".L Ij A r.Ywc". . !.B of the said society mavbe enabled to have all the use aud ,
ESTABLISHED r02 TEX YEASS
OUR Goods are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with, great cam in tho best markets, which, enah'es us
to sell Sow for CASH. Our taud.es are W ARB AX TED to
keep dry; a:ldweel as cba.p a- any h-xi.-e iaihecoaar
iij-. aoys, l-ocKettuiier)-, x'lslois, j;eiolvci j :ird rell
coefcing; Spanish Cisitrs, &r. Arc. july 25 ff.
SIXGEE'S PATEHT STRAIGHT IOi2i;LE PEEPEX-
JLcurcd by lica Distinct Paknls,
THESE extraordinary JIaciiines haebad numerous di
plomas and medals awarded to them, as tlie best Sew
ing JIacbincs ever devised. They now foi in one of the most
allractirefeutuies of the Great Exhibition at the Cntal
Palace in Xeiv York.
The proprietors having perfected their great maimfactorv
iu X'ew-Yorfc, are now able to produce the Alachint at a
cheaper rate, and hare detemiincd to -rive the benefit to the
public, by reducing the price $25. Hereafter these unri
valled Jlichices will be sold at either of our regular offices
$100 Cnshj without Deduction or Discount.
Of .the admirable qualities of these Jlachine for all the
work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe JIanufaclurer, Saddler,
Carriage Triramer, Can Maker, and Corset Maker, it' is un
necessary to speak. Thecharacleroftlw machines lor these
branches of business, is established, nnd they aie known
and admitted lo.be the most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever' devised. The clear profit on each inacltine is
From $500 to $1000 a vcar; depending on tbe fineness and
difficulty cfthe work done. We desire to cail the particu
lar attention of Shirt and Collar Jlanufacturere to var ma
chine for stitching- tine linen "and oatton goods. -We can'
satisfy" any person interested that rc other machine 1 ois crer
done Orcan do this kind of stitchingperfectly. The priccof
tbe machine Includes the necessary articles for using:'
When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use,
and full prinleil instructions foe using are furnished.
Eitherof the Express .Companies, or, Jlerciiants vNiting
theplaces where our offices aie located, ailbid a convenient
medium for purchasing mecbines.
Piinciparoffice.Xo.3J3 Broadway, X. Y.
f Xo. 251 Washington St Boston.
BaAxcaOmcES. J ,a4'-Ie!pUt
' Xo. 159 lidtiniore M., Baltimore.
Xo. 1U7 Elm St., Cincinnati..
jnlySO 8m I. M. SINGER A CO.
JT. II. IIiirrov-s Patent Plantation
COItH -Till. I..
mills JI 111 differs rrom all others In ibe construction
J- tho miner or Runnlne Mone. which Is K.nrxnad ot
Freuch Burr lilocks, enclosed In a cast Iron Case, whleh 1
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eve,or ;
Bujh,thani.ofgreater external diameter at the bottom, lhai
at the top, which Is secured to the hack by fourbolts,30 that ,
every block is In the form of a dove tall, which -rives greater j
trenplh to a Stone than anyother method which is required 1
in email mill., where the stone Is run with great iberd,and :
becomes lUnperoin if not strongly made. It also gives any
weutht to astooe orsniall diameter that Is required wilaout j
having ltthlck orhizh, that mattes It top heavy.
This mill is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, la I
the form of a bust, with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King I
llrirr. nml Kp9-illllt1nr KsrpTr. fin.l trrinA lit.nn tha camn ,
' principle as a larie mill, dlDerln-r only In the Runner Stone;
I this being of great weizhtenabl'-s It to srtnd nearer tbe ceo- ;
ter a greater quantity of grain with le-s power than any oilier
tcllluowln use. This uiill lr'pnrtable,asdmay beattached
I to steam, water, horse or hand power. i
j AISO, all sizes of Krench Barr.'Jill Stones, manufactured
on ino same pnncinic.
Joeph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, far I
which be obtained Letter Patent in 1512. For alliufi-in;e- !
meats the purchaser will bs held responsible forthenht '
These Mill! do not require a Millrlght to ttberaup; and
all that Is necessary toputthem in operation, is to attach a
hand tothepalley on the spindle, with a drum auBlciently
large to run a twentvfocr Inch Mill 240 revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin, htcam, or ater Power. Bythe
steady application ottwoherse power the Millwillgrlnd s:x
to 8 "bushels perhonrof good mcaUand will grind wheat
as veil as corn. The thirty inch mill, if Dut to Its Tallest
speed, erindfrom ten to flleeubushelsper hour.
These mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom-
Bictioxs roa Uiio. PlacPTonrrnllleboutMretrroin
the Driving Pulley in a level position make the belt of
lather six Srel-;ht inches wid. Give the Ktone240 revolu-
tionrs a minute with tho son. Keep tho neck and step of
Ihe spjndlo weuoiioa. nace tucsuiron the tocc or tae
RunmngStone.lntUasamewayas tbe Cross on the Driver,
that Is.lliewavthcyare trimmed to run.
Refer toThos. fatterton, Ksq.,of Hishland coanty.Ohio,
Jesse Beal, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All orderedlrertedto JOHX E. BOCIIAX
X.5S Broadwav, Nashville, Asentfor Jliddlvund Kast
Tennessee, ot J. II. BURitOWS, I
Jan gC 'l.tr-w. & w. ly. West Prontst.Cln.O. 1
rpllE GREFEXUERG CO.HI'AXY--Takesthi J
i cany opporiuniiy oiacKuowieoing i;ir jrwb ovu.pt.tr
benelit ofthem snituitouslv.
The G. Co. take tlie liberty of snggeotingto the Bakers tf
J , S j' ,,
l!)"1' ' "
Aasliville, to ietiuon tbe legislature, not to permit any
;n the city to make their own bi-ead, without nia-
the fiimiai iwanilt. as such secret wocvedum
I ...!. .ir.l,.;r t!.l-nn. t ...
are lUIUl Hills WJ I1C n iiijuill V. JMhU. null .'llu. 11UL w
bepeiini,ted. The grounds are nrccitel thc-same.
fir , f intallible, there might be some
j.,: : u-.!,!r ,.,; n,l n. ,,i.i:t.. .,.i,.i,.
unJvcrlv- but unforUinuttl v wef.ave befoieustbe
. ... - ... ... ... - . . . ...
Crescent Citv tiaper of tho id of September, from which wc
learn mat r .
I voOUT OF EVERY 100 CASES OF YELLOW FEVER
' treated scientifically by tbe fuculty have died, and ,
98 01m of every 100
. treated ly old icomen, the non-medical members cf tho How.
I ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the Ho- 1
I uKcpathic Doctors, bave been cured. 1
Such statements as the above are injurious to the profes- ,
I sion, for people arc easily led estray, and maybe induced -
to attach les vainc to Latin prescriptions and expensive
lirfbglyphics, and occasionally tmstto tbe dogmas of com-
mon sense, laid down in plain English, to tbe Gimfenberg j
Jledicines, w bicb are warranted to do no barm, an5 lor
which nomouey is exacted iftbeydonot prove beneficial. '
It is well known that the I
Dysentery Syrup anil the Cbildreus' Pmiacea
of the G rxt'enberg Company, bave, in two years past .saved 1
20,000 lives, from Flux and Dysentery when all other rem- j
edies'iad failed. I
But it seems that the objection ti these remedies is, that
"it is au attempt to send forth medicines without ibe pres- f
ence or the Doctor" who is thus deprived of the proper de
gree cf aid and comfort that bo should receive for furnish- '
ing tbe proscription, "Jline iUaufacJirymae." Tbe Doctor .
and tbe medicine should go together, the Jledical Society '
have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder. !
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
Usaitcd. States Ivlail JLIsae
Through in to 50 Hours.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SE.W
WEER'LT STEAM SHIP LIXE
grrtj. LEiVVIS Adgers Vliarvcs every Saturday
ff&$fyi and Wednesday, afterthe arrival of the cars
2m5i from the South and West
Oa Saturday, the newand splendid steamer Jns. Ail
ger, 1,500 tons J. Dickinson, Commander Alnriun,
1,200 tons.'W. Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday the lrnion, 1,500 tons, Richard Adams,
Commander Soiltlierncr, 1,000 tons, Tho.. Ewin, Com
mander. These steamers are unrivalled 'on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure
Travellers by tbis Hue evory possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom
modations, apply at tbe office of the Agent,
septlS HEXRY JlfSSROOX,
CornerEast Bayand Adgcr's Sou. AS'harves.
Cabin passage $25. Steerage
' MARSHAL'S SALE.
BY virtue of a writ of A'endici nt ExponRS to me di
rected from the Circuit Court of the United States
far the Middle District of Tenncssee,.which: i feuadtd on
a Judgment rendered in .said Court oa the 2stb da of
JIarch, 1352, wherein Joseph II. Shepherd was Plaintiff
and Hetty Lanier and Felix 11. Lanier were Defendants
I will sell to the highest bidder for cosh at tho Court liotise
door ia the city of Xashville, on Jlonday tlie 7th day of
Xovember next," all the right, title, claim and interest of"
the' defendants in und to 0 certain bouse and lot, lying aud
beingln the city of Xashyille, on College street, it being the
same house and lot now occupifd by Fall A Cunningham
ns a Hardware Store, which has been levied upon and will
be sold as the property of the defendants to satisfy said
writ 1 J.B. CLEMENTS,
JiScpt20 tvr tds JIanhal Mid. Diit Tenn.
KNO'STi THYSELiV ,
I t . -
usymiHi, jsook .for 23 emiu PhmSv
.-v:" 1 .nWtt'li Cap" " i
Ji 5SLTSA ?W Cd,lTOO' xMZ&
nw.iAid.o JiljLIV..J.l. .I.,lLi..l
HOOK for the .lFl.!t'TEO-cuota o.vgta
railllneririuo origin, mriess. t.-eauuent and cure f eWrv.
ct dwa?e contracted by promiscoous seximl irjle'
--i'wiiri)T sexual txeess. nun advice lor
nwaicii techaicahtandcvenlhiof thai winM .rn.1 1
nTl Wair 'cl',-JaVe-rt-wten,vvearsstK!ce-s-
).if!r.v!?:Lc-i'' v devotca W tlcure ot" dux-ej ota.
TUnZ , ..A
ci'fes liWIu :h-3.; o 7 7? 1 ' ctjiuoi uie ntvca:s-
r..,, , , ,r r . . .tv..uii:im uim 10 ll!e
uiteruH m mmhk!,) mm..,. a t.r. .... i
..i . i ,IE.V:u,! inalpraoUce; a a uocesua
...... c- . .. . . : a -
ounruvi iiiciu oi mug Hsnuinar, uaie come under my no
tice, ill Which hia skill tn-h.1i bukKM lr rxlnnri-ti.iv.,.
. u, iu ..iiiu uMuucmmeru uw poiio( lias ueen ,
f.nsiuerai oeiouauiooicanud. in ti;ctiTOUcilotem;- i
nal Weakness, or disan-arigesueut of the functioUi,produced j
by self abuse or excess ol veuorv. I do not know his sune-- r
nor in the urofts-ioii. T Irjv l.-ii miiisintrt! with ttu 1
Authijrsome thirty Tears, and deem it do more than ju.-tice t
(..Mm uuJI .... .'. IT..J .1 r. ........ L I
early indiscretion, to rocommeud bitu as one, in whe pro
fessional sUHl and
selves. Af fr Wi'ODW ARM. SI. II
"1 bis Is vithout exception, the most coTi.prebeusive and
lutdlhribla work tub!isbed un tlh cLis rJ" iiiw. nM,
it beats. Aiuidingatl tedinieul terms.il, nddressei itje)f
to the ltMSeu of lU readers' His tivn frnni .ill oVi".;.n. .
ble matter, and no parent, Iiowcrer faidiou
topUditcitiutbchsBdcoflnViMinW. The anthnrW de-
voted inatiyeiirstoih-lreatmentof tb4'varms'complaiiits
treated of, and ViOi to hule brwJli 1 1 pud,' and.' too lit
tle .resumption to iuipiAe,' he lusofferedta Hie world at
the meieiy nominal jice- of.ar, cents, Ihe finiw of some
twenty years most snenAf-fill prucrice" llinif.t.
'.No teaciieriir parent slk4lldb3 without Ore tnowl edg
imiurtod in lb. utvaliafcle work. It would &v vears iv
ptin, mcrtificatiou .and snrrow to Uio yootlt under their !
cliarge." J'ttf'. Ain'vtK j
A Presbtenan t!i-'Tm-.r in i!li?n u-i4ir., r Tln. I
ter's Medical ManiKrl, says: "TinmKxnds npontbousands
families liavebceii enfirebiwt, ?f m.l bioken do.vii. and tlwr
do not know the c-ueor lh( run-. Ainllimn-th.fc-.il,
.t,.. .tS.. ..i.t . u , j . , .- , .
u.M.n m iu rniiifiimu una uij.iKiite me pilot: mm.i at.l
check, and nltimateir to remon? llihi Ku1.i.niil uuin.ir
human WTetd.edoess, would cooWr tbe greatest bles!ie
... . , i i - . . ... - . . " . i
" reiigron ei jesn? ennst, oi ifie present and
coming giienitut... - Thleniiienutee for the use oTintoai
catiu? drinks,) though it has si&in tluiilsands upon thou.
aails,! not a xmiter scourge to His Iranian race; 'Accept
mytltankgon b(alf (f theaWicted, and.yonr co-worker in
Onecoiiy.iseciirelv imvelrtped, i HMIlTe fonvarded, free of
f'" ti iwi an: j itc.it PIT lflE)UEeu in,
potoe. t any part of the l-nited States fbr K cent-.. or 6
copies fnr$l. Addrefs (postpaid, ,
Pubb'Jieis, IJos 1 M,.PbiUdn.
.nil Book Jjf iits Minplird ot
B.jokse!lers, Canvassers ami
the most liberal terms.
VALUABLE rSOXFEOPERrx' AXD FAESI FOE SALE.
ri"IIE subscriber wmild call the attention of those wHo
.1. wih to embark in the iron btufhe'S, abi llt-e who
wih to own a lMndoine and fertile farm; to' the following
prof ert y which lie o(Hr. 18r sal-J.
1st. Jackson Furnace and IsihIs, say abpoi 2- acre?.
This furnace i oa rtopver -JHhji Ctysk, .Dickfoa -t-ounty,
Tennessee, arid the Mack H the- largest in tlie State, be-os ,
47 feet hicb. The f uruaee.
, eseeptthe stack, is cow being ,
rphmlt mid trillliA riMulvtii W.itf TuSu.i Kr-tfMit.f r V.. '
vember. Toe rouieof tboX.rtli Welftem liailroad, as snr- !
veved, passes iromediately by the Furnace. Tim ore is un- I
surpassed, andflietimber and gionnu admirably adaleil I
fori.aling. , v '
Also, Belleview Furnace, and alioiitfWflO acres of laud. -,
inchidingthe Dickson orebanfc.. TbisFum-tceis ou Jones I
oreer, aoout mreouniles rioum cl t harlolte. 'Jliere is a
good ivater power, and also good fanniBg lands attached to
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones Creek, "and about 57,
00 acres of land. Tbe tall is 21 fe.it, and the bead of water
immense. There ore some very fine farmliijt lands in this
tract, and it is altretber a most desirable location.
Also, the Jlill Creek propertr and Duck River" ore bauk
ia Hickman county, Tennesi-ee. Tlie Jlill tSeek sites, of
wo. ks rL.." :. fc wtTrfAw . gaumed, any i
uai, ii .miu, .r.i. , , , :. . . 7j -. i . ' .....
is a.!T&ir V """"f",'?' "eWMseot wincti it treats, rr has teen tbe
StatEfe1" fW creulnresirom,
ii.. .X- ' f .L' 'V1080 twnoraod tntegritv j or.nreoopj,
they may place tbe gieatesatuiiBdence. " 1 Affdtou,
'1 1 1 V I I i nvonrtTi . . ) . t . .
lo)tA,.Woom-.iEO, Ji. D..orPtNx. lTxtYLn-r i..t.. t . '
ADiirui.i. it gives nc pJeasoj-c.to adil.mr testiiiJonv to-4 -
! ,y !w'A'K'J -of lbs Author bf tb, VMedleal Mart-I 7ffe?3
. .ia,m cw i-wapte ano lunuenee oi tno psWsioni., i iiim
have been led Uiti. thr h-bit if self HntH.n wiib'utreal: .! qxiekia
Big the sin and lerti1 ou.'q-!em.-es nm thetiiielres und ! a!,e' set
wsleritr. Tlie 6u':i.-tiiiit'.i.n . r tl.... ,..l u ;t;.. ' ami rvi-n
which there are five or sir. presentthe btt water power i dies, are aiadelrom ttacavp projieitioj ol medictncs.
for the size cf.tlie stream that can be found in anr cOimirv. Xotfttngiaeit or inetive enter their cuH..-ition, so that
The Duck River ore bank U the hcuviect denoMtt- of ore in
the Stato, and the ore can be jirocured with teat labor than 1
at any bank in the cnmitry. His within half a mile of ;
Duck River, and tbe hind's around are covered with tins -best
coaling timber. ,
Also, the lajwer Tunnel, at ttto arrows of IIar(ictli, in
Davidson county, Tennestee, with ten acres of land for
builJings and machinery. It kunneccsrary to sneak of the
water power at roe Xarrows of Harpeth. It is known to
every one, and twenty-ove years of experience enables t!w
subscriber to speak with certainty of its great benefits' acd
Usefulness. It is, indeed, onlr to beseeu to be appreciated.
Lastly, my V il!iamoa Farm, on which I now rend, ttid
...1." t I . -in-... : ... . M .
I which tor beauty and fertility ii second to none Tbabouve 1
is large and airy, ami tbe out-bnikliugscf the best descrip
tion. It is inte'rseoted by the Southern Railroad, and ao
by ths IScshville and Iranklin TurBpike. Itis 11 miles:
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It ia a"inealow
lann," watered br Little llatpeth,and the best evidence of
its quality is the hay produced oa it tbis year, which all
who ltareseen it, pronounce it the best they bave ever seen.
Itis altOjKtlierouu oftbe tuost desirable tarms for beanty
aud profit tliat is in the ioulh-west it contains about 50
The' above nronerty is offered for sale, not for
ehlmilf of 1
ofprollt or speculatiMi, but' Simply from tbe fac:
subscriber's health, makes it necessarr to relieve 1
the care, iiecoosarily incideut to so uiiich roal property lo
cated at different (splits, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it require.
Any one wi-hing to purchase any cf the above properly
will please call 011 1 tie sub-cribcr at his residence, or arf
drwa him at Good Springy P. O., WiUkuitsou county. Ten
iieosee. augyl lm JI. BELL.
Cincinnati Enqjiitw will publish the above until the ls4
of January, 1S54, and send bill to this office.
"JVTEGROKS FOR SALE. TU subserifcer hat .7
cral families of Xegroes that be will sell at private
sale to persons resideuts in tbis State, ami who intend fo
keen them thei ein. Residence on the XaiLv ille- arid Frank
liu Turnpike, 11 mile frmu Nashville. JI. BELL.
about lfi) .ouds. He U a bright mulatto, h.ii straight
hair and blue eyes, nud will no doubt attempt to pass him
self us a white man. He was raised bvajlr. Dickey, of ,
Spartanburg District, ami was (rereljised by Capt James '
Bonds of Spartanburg V. II. He is probably lurking in 1
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt bis e-eape to a 1
free State. He rod oil" a snrrel horse ten i- tuelve yeim
old, which has a soar on l-olh stltuildei s eauseil bv warts.
and is shid behind, is quick iu gaits and steps short, holds
fine head, is sunk very pmcb above l!icpesi.nd inclines
to besiteful. Tbe abovts teward of FIFTY BOLLAIkS 1
will be given for the sippreheu-don nf the but and Imrse;
the boy to be lislged in aii jail in the State. All etpeiiseM '
Tor keeping the ln.ise will "also Le paid. ;
XewLcrrr,. C. July, ', AV.fi. XF.KL.
sept4 tf " j
EBB'S PATEIiT STRAW CUITEP.A11D LXDEPEX-" !
DEBT C0BN CH0PPEE. j
THIS very important invention 1ms been in use about
three years. Tlie inventor lia.- made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STB UV AND CORX I
CUTTING JIACHIXE. It has ghen entire satisfaction to j
every oue who lias used it, and N the most superior machine
in uie, lia- the piupoe for which it is des'iied. It is sim
ple in all its parts, durable and caailr kept in order. It U :
self-feeding, and easily worked byabov liyears of age. !
It wilt cut straw or corn in the shuck from Italf inrli tn 1
three inches in length. JUny certilicates might be pro
duced from Farmets who bave used them, to prove their
superiority oter anyother sttaw and corn cutler now in
ue. Persons ueediug saclt an article nuv rest assured
that in il they will Hua a valuable acquisitiu'u to their farm
The subscriber lias greatly extended his means forman.
ufacturicg these machine, and he nowxJicit. for Jhem
ihe attention of the public, and the farmers and planter
particularly, of the South and Wet. He will lrennr bo
able to fill all orders rapidly, asd ensures all machiues to
do the Work for which they are designed.
Tt , . " . , , . . .1 . ..!. TllFI 1.1 ... 1 . U
xeing me invemor aiifi imienitu, uu j..... ., ...
C. B- R- erotics the Tennesee Hirer, rnnningthrbugli lb4
same, Tlv.tniat contains 4a arrej, and is divided iutr7
t.i.nf Fmm lm' t.4ij .ii-rFS tuf-!i ahont too ,1 l"T-. rs. t
arid in a high state of cultvaiion, the remaining jioi tion futu: i
lr timbered with clioiccgiowtli. It is the fractional lath. (
l. ..: :.. I-,,.... . , : .. l . ni. t t ... m .
oxiiuki ui iu.. ti . iu, nniijri.- j xj? me an.ve pntce
is a goodoce; rietms Gcano itself, rendered valuable by the
very many and numerous, advaiftages it combines. The It.'
RoaJninnhig tnocglt it, and steamboat jwvigation round
and about it . It can't be beat for Com no trouble to raiso
76 bushels per acre.
Tekus Credit of I, 2, 3 and 4 rear", equal ammal pay
mtntsbearingiatoreatfrtini date. SilduLuid will be actual
Ivsolajf f goes above it very moderates minimum prica;
'fixed by the Trustee, accordin? to lav.v
W. H CHKISTlAlx, Ki'Tjt o
A. GUXTEK, ) is-Li".-'
t j it w Jonwrille, Jackson county, Ala.
usposeot ngnis ior eouiiyt--" . .
1 to any Jleebanio wlw fBRfwisIi to m'annfjcture them, I
IwillfurniahonesetM raiding ror patterns .
ep7 m JOHN E. LRU j
VALUABLE XAND F0S SALE. j
OX the StU day qtJroieuiber next, the u-idersigued will
"oKerfor sale 420 acres of river bottom and island Land,
u.n in Jitcfcson couutv, Afct, at the Imint wliere flie X. &
iUV.AUil lUUtlSKLFI TSXx T.1 ' f IT rjmn
f "l VRRV OHE lils OWN PUYaiCUX
rrS rTirffeih Edition, wfth Ooo
- ura:flS-cm in every shape and ?
' ".Which UadJe.1 -Traal,:
T il inolll AfFMIttW K.. .... f ."-1
'. tbohfghest iiopurtnee to' narreil 2 t
I pevpic, mUioe.coiitemTAiK m'. t
i ''"J-Jt wJLUAMYUDXt,Jl.l).
J-B ' uu tie a.iained
'f m nuuer iw asSawed to pre- vl
font pom-of tho .ESCCLAPfts
' to bis cHkL It inav save him hv.m -
an enrly grave. Let no touok man
f OC onwn enter ot the'seerrt oWi-
WSL???? . iLreadi, POCKET
: "h.iiu.a i-ei noose sullennir front a haelmrd
-ww .miDiira aimra. or inose accnt tn
tnpedimeot, read this tralv nsefu! bor.t
nvans of SHrimf tbousandj of unfbrtusata
ho crv jmrs of death.
aoetl las letter. wtM neivi.l.r.i'....i .-i
a mil be seat for Oae HHr. ,
(post-pd,) DR. WM. YOOXO.
-XO PAIN KILLER.
rpo K ILI, PAI X we must paralyse the nerves, or In other
X words krodnce a vtttry of the part to which tbe nam.
kUler 13 applied.
JUk iaan naeatnra sHisatioo, arisuig from an tnjurr
or disejiso which, being iransmrtted al.jng the nerrea to
the brain, gireauu imeayr jurct-tw to tbe mind.
Rerec-he-j recon-edeu to Kill Paix, or Pxd" Killexs,
are-either prodeeiot llirsivsis, or rhevare notwhatther
are reeftumscaded for. ii thi eeC'erer ot' pain ia to nndeivu
aMipe-M4-otyitaJty,orifil-e unfurtuBkte arm or. le.-. or
irtheptut of the b&oy i?ering. the tortures of pain, Tito
sufleransttactofparaljws, we think tbe the remedy must
be- worse than the diseaie. And. if puitt is late JCtfUJ
tlien the. nerfes that transmitted ties sensation, and tie
Sfciies that peremte its luipitaBtjies. mnat be killed alio.
If, on the other band, it u not a m iUW "it ia
cottier, and not what its advertisement claims for it.
ltuntrT? Keaay Keller does not Kill pain, bat
i it s.bditea its pjroxrtsins mi teheves tbe sotferer from fl
in uuBur wairass. anirtr s Jteady KtllS a
its action it imnniiily rv-lieiets. and immediaiely
i about removniv the cause of the paio, it tociht
I hence-the joy it mfines. '
K. IJ. K.-Its Tu'il Actinn. ThnrimrrH;rn
. .r . 1 i ....: ..... . ... r . J
"unaj s wu,r ueimu', wwiay uie eoeuot any pain
ful causes that the Uuinuu svstrni mv hp tuitu! nil;.
: ' Ils secondary action ", to remove uv caiw- itnelf; this it
I : n r. ii .. ,? . . , - . .
wilt immedialetr tceomolii.il. fc.rit is so tunrcrfhl In cti.in
) ia quick and etleclnal, that Ui hkhwI irt is applied ortaksa
i tl jiainfkil paroxyijins ara relieved, and trie uasuiad parts
utwie whole, strong, heafttty and Ticorotu.
: Extcrunl Patau-UlieiiaiaUsm. Radrfaj's Reiy
i Relief aoilied exisrnallv tn Um mm (rium ttu. ,-.".; f.i.
i WlH iosfantly a,T llw paroxvistn., scatter tke cause, or L-J
i !i,r" vwf, x.. ua .-a t: m.
, ttuo. ih a lew mo
ll' 'lit &tte!r ! rw.
mtotoMie fnnrrrwifl he q":eear.
cent a few aDolioHiorrS will cwre it
i K C'lirouic, Itadwy's Renovating Rev.lreBt, used in
) connection witli the Kewly Relief is certniu to cure Rhen
j malign in iuzESbt aggraratd fBM.whehtr Sypinhtic
! Scijttc nervous, musculcror iutU:.M.rv ,for wnndrfnl
cases of RheotrutUm, cwred bv !C It R. Remedies; ee
Bad war's family Friend fcr the'moath f Jlarth, ,M8 a
copy will be Sunt Jo alt wto wish it, ftee &f cbaige, by ad
dieMtiiur Rjdway Jt Co.. Xw York Citt i
PjRuaronnd thcljrer, Kidneva and Heart are relieved,
'ami the uhnaural rnfutitms itutaatlv sobdsed by a suxt&la
appKcaiioaof it. Pw Uee '
Mc!i iicml Ache 1. It It will ib all cases cur tius
?te" U,K coiprolitiBt. Its ant acid proparties when taken
mm "stn:!i, will neurraitw tlw acid, and mtui tho
Its citer-irrrtMeiijcae-f, w pi.icp a reaction when
apf'd to tkekwd, uii 4aotrsf and elive, and refreJi
theienses. . . uKT
Intcrual Patnst. DwrriHo, Dysentery, Otolei-T'or
, -.i'riuniiHturaland viaJent lrntabon lliataffliet the ystm
I wiuieit u uuuer irwiuwHitee ot utese maladies, wlIL ia a
I moment, yield to Ibk sferthiafc and pam-renVTirig "etiicacy ot
.tbalU lCKeiieC Ualtsya WTttitkm. U arrests asmodio
j action, it Leuinnzea the -poisonous auaama that causes these
luiu.ui duu Hmiuiw uis.uuj., :t rnuteus ami uiviiror
.. .-.t. . ....... i .. .x 1 1 , -
atcs with v.aruilh and sirensrtn the eoid. eiamnnl n.l
shriTelled limbs and jMaU, and reitorert eacb niu tier and
or-iHi of the body to a h-aihtijul aa.1 vitrous ooadiUon.
KiUway's lvemlv l"t, !.dK.cti c4 the It. IL It. Iteme-
itwsysient is nor ci-iggra wi:n worrriNHs od inert matter.
In ctHichisnm we wtmld remind jbt reader that Sadway'a
Ready Relief, iiJvi th mAter trom pnm ( not kills,) and
tiiifor r era reiid! acatUunUcausenof RiMusiabc, Xeaxal
gic Mid Xerrous .or jnunfiil cbaracter.
Kiuiwav's ItegBlafors, prepared from tie active principle
akmeof Medicwal Herba, Roots, Ilants ami Gums, will reg
ulato and keep in a honWiy cctHiilion. the bowels, liver, heart,
kidney, skis, and al! eiaer organ of the body. They will
cure eoativnac, iudigaativtHM, indijrestiou, dyspepsia, and
all biltiow onranMotK and levers.
The ladies wift Sad Radway's Regulators Ibe very best reg
ulator of the RvstMn, in asmsiicir tardv nature in the tlis-
cuarge oi iir aniy uu. -oth r"or sicknesii
at slomachfolkms their ojraliiai, but th,v in-nre to all who
tike them a pSocsant and eay disclwrge of tbe offids of tbe
Itadwoy's ReniratiBgResolvejit, isapowerfnl rtsolver of
all diseased deposits that have been l.vwg ia the system for
vears. A purify er of thcblootl ami a 'renovator of tbe whole
Jfer further inftinnattwi of the wooderfnl pain-relearing
and earative powers of the It R. Remedies, tbe public are
rofeired to ourttonthly publications, or G aide to health, eo-
pieaof whielt can bo bad:grati by addressing us&tourK.
i-r- office, 182 Fulton street, New York,
' ' , .UAD5iY,'t CO.,l.;2 Fulton st, X.Y.
R. R. R., for safe by Druarisw eeoerallr.
J. JL ZlMMIOtJlAX;
Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee.
MAX DFI ELDS A CO, Memphis.
And Drugipt and Jlerchanls everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HE3227Kf PLASTES,
THE great Remedy for Rheomattsra.Gout, pain In theSid
Hip, Back, limbs' and joints, f-crwinla, King's Evil
Vfhite hweiliuas. Hard Tumors, sitift Joints, and all fixnl
pains w tuteier. "Wfcere this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
Tlieie Plaster? ro-tnst!ie advantage of being put op la
air-tigbtboxei ; heece tbey retain their full virtues in all cli
Tliis celebrated Pain Extrsefor baa been so extenatvelv
ucd by Physicians and the people in general, both in thi
conntry and Bnropo, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it Yet there may be seme, who stand in need
uf its healing now ers who have not yet tried it For their
sake we will mmply state wbat it ha done in thousand ot
cases, and what ft will do (br them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the fuilowinc testimony from a Physician.
Gextlemex. Your Hebrew Plaster bea cured me of pains
of wbirh I liave suffered for twelve years past During this
period I labored timlcran affliction of my loins and side, and
tried many reracdieM Mi at my own medteal ripe rlencfr sug
gested, but wuluxit olitoinmg relief. At length I used your
I'HM-ter, and am now br its good effects entirely cured,
will rceouinied the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who arc'snlTirihg from etrntractlen of the muscles, or pern a
nent pains in the aide or back.
The people of Georgia have bat to become acquainted with.
U virtues, when they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, JL
Forsjtbe, Jlenroe county, Ga.
To Messrs. Seovi I A Jlead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER LX NORTH
Jlsssas Scovil A JIkad: I hare been t-oubled with tbe
chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the 1st t
pily 1&49, 1 was so Uud that I could not turn myself In bed,
and the pain so s-vere that I had rot slept a winkfor six days.
At thLstiiBemyatituw Physician, ptenciibed the "Htbrew
Plaster," and it'ected like a charm; tie pain. left me and 1
Iept more than half of she night, and in three days I was
abfe to ride out. 1 consider the "Hebrew Plaster" tbe best
remedy fer all sorts of pains now is me
O. W. JIcJHXX.
HendersoHviKe, X. C, Aug. 1, 1850.
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ZT The. geouiuewill ia fcture bave te signature Y
Tayloroutba Moot plate eorased label oa the lop of each
1'nrchasers are adrised that & mean counterfeit of this
ieles i in exfctetiee.
Tbe genuine is soid only by as, and oar agents appointed
hroughoattheSouat aHd bo pedlar is allowed to sell y.
Dealer nod pnrchatrs gecerailv are cautioned against bnv
ingnf but our regular agents, ntlterwii-e they will be impli
ed upon 'with a werttriesw ariiel.
Forsale by SCOVIL A .MEAD,
. , 111 Cbartres street, New Orleans,
general Vhoiefale Agents far the Southern States, to wbom
all dtii must he addressed.
" Sohl'by' " EWTX: BROWX O, Nashville, Tenn.
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' PSRMAXEXT AXITRA7s-Ient BO ARDERS.Jp.
Tb; Jong established aed well-known House has mider
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course, both with servants and the regulations oftbe bcusr
Snerally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction lo
one that ma v favor him with their patronage.
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