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NASHVILLE, T&f.: 10;-I853r
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ION AND AMBRIGA2JT.
-"OFFICE No. II, DEADEUICK STREET.
TJ1E WIKLY"rjNION AND "AMERICAS Is furnished
to TuibcribwB.t thefollowinjr rates: Single copies one
year insdraricc. t -SO; within the year," 00; at the end
pf flie'ytir'fi )0. Cttrss Of Are anil upward-i $2 00
per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers willle re-
ceived &rsix tarmthH it thaoregotng rale. 1
be TRI-WEEKLY WphbUlieTe,icar!'rhjcdjj'
' and Satuniajf, at 5 per annum in advance; If nut piiq a
, advasije, Jfl. . ...
I)AILTr'pub!isIied l Eigbt DolUnC " '.,.,"'.
15TT0K MONEY I LL OASES "TO ACCOMTASi
'SWIFTItH .JS1 " '
BJsmittiBcea cf miliscriptioas mat bo iuide W miiil il our
. - pspcr will be cent out rr the Bute unless the araes ii ae
' ' oflnpioleu! iriUi the caslu ' . '
cmdidUe for re-election to the olfice of Sheriff of DavIAson
county, tit the next M area elecuoa.
F5f IVe nrettuthorized to announce Jons K. Edmoscsos,
ca-nifdote IT the SherinaJty of IhtTWyou county.
Jegf We ore anthoriil to announce Kxn CtonfiNCil.ui,
jtJi ,a candidate forSherilf at the ensning election.
5We are authoriu.l to announce William Ldtov, as
acandidate for Sheriff of DaviiKm county, at the eiiiuing
. "election. "
CgTWe are authoriavl to announee E. B. BiOLrraaa
candidate for sheriff, at the ensuing election.
gr , cixuk or tjik cocstv cotnsT.
.jgf We are nu'tboriied to announce JosiAn Ftiir.is as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuiuj; election,
f37"We are witborized to announce Fan It. Cheatham
6 candidate for re-election for County Court Clerk at thecu
frVe are suthr.rittJ to announce IsiacM. Joxes acan
didate for County Court Clerk, at the next March election.
FOB COCMT TRFSTEE.
IBtwSST.We are authoriied to announce-Jonx lUt-ts'' for'
re-election ai County Trustea at the ensuing election.
PfTvW-e are authoriied to sJinounceTnoMASStinNKiias a
i.-candiiJate- forlYuiteeof Daridson County
ISf We Hre authorized to announce Geoeog Clark as
a candidate far Trustee of Davidvin, at the March election.
W are authoriied to announce the name of W. K.
IIunti:b (Collector) as a candidate lor Trustee- lor Davidson
tfcountv at. the next March elections. "g
rf- Javis T. Facixxkb U a candidate for Register of
the 1 jnd Office foriliddle Tennessee at the ensuing .teswin
of the LegWature.
STEADIER IROQUOIS, C. l'E
TEKSON', MAstka. 'iTiisfiJendidsteam
rr, haViuc been tlionnighly repaired, will run
Xea ivqular lltekM Sctwecn tuis 1'ort aua
Frw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water. For
eirht vt Passage apply to J. A R. YEATMAX,
' NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET.
THE splendid new pasfenpr steamer, a s30ii
H. R. W. HILL, Tuos. Newkl, Mas
ter, will run In the nbore trade this js- Jzj!(ih&l
sun, leirirg Menit.hU on ber first trip on ' rvSiiiT-rrT
' Saturdav, the 2d of October. Tile HILti connects at
: " iteniphi's rith the Xashvilleand Meninliis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give through tickets from New Orleans t.i
The splendid paseneer Bteanier JOHN SIMPSON, will
leare NaliTiIle ererr Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight,
aud pavngera for the Hill.
A. HAMILTON, I .
ccl6 A. h. DAVIS, f Aent-
KASHVIL1E AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES KAIL
" -TrOnMSMPHIS. NEW ORLEANS. ST. A
V LOUIS AND l-OCISVILLE TRV-V
WREKL1'. The Splendid New Passeneerjg
StfcHDiati CjrrorHrvrsTiix.K, John- Sjurso-, akd Kmbu-
sr, Hill leare Nasliville .very Monday, Wednesday and r n
dav, fcl C o'clock V. M connecting at Paducali with the dai
. ,lvluivilleandSt. Ini IT.S.5lail Itoats, and at Mem--p'liiswith
the splendid New Orleans steamers Dulletin, H,
- H. W.Hill, tieatWlier, and Mary Acnes, girinjt through
i tickets frBmNashriHe toeither of the points above named.
TlieacM)ntTHlii(is4 of this line cannot besuipassed, and
v- pas.venf era will find it by far the ypeedie;t means of travel
- rilher North or South.
Forfreicht orpa--isaeapplr lo
A, I". DAVIS.
rctrt Agents at Nashville.
NEW OEI.EA "AOTlfASHVliEGUiPXs
"EI.T.E-KEY, PEVlON A. KEY, , (BStKs
j Coxkaxder. Tins large and magnfl- j;
crnt Stsamer is now undercvinc a thorough sssafj-
iiiir at Louisville, and will take her place as a Resrui;
Jacic, in tlieobovetradeasoona.i there is sufficient water,
. "and will continue during the entire season.
Ia peiut of speed, comfort and Safety, the BELLE-KEY is
, ita'uryased on the Western waters; which, with the long
v experieuce of Iter gentlemanly Commander and the ac
l nnwIeJieil buaines- cajiacity of her Clork ( Mr. Lewis North
ern,) enables u cotifidcully to lecommeno her to the busi
ness and travelling eomiuuuilr. Mr. Nr-rthera will give
prompt persenal atteitiou to fillingorders for Groceiie?, Ac,
lSf A Sihare oi pjtroaage is resiicclfully solicited.
J OHNSON, HORNE & CO ,
angJT im Agvnts.
ivi'.Ie, JLottisrillc and Cincinnati
i iW.1L1Mf IV TT n If.r..... ir.. fits
JU11.N r. TlVKtU, UAVin illlLLABn, Waster.aggi
will make regwar trips in the above trade, leaving
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, 1. M. Returning,
leave Curcmaau every W edueuay, at 4 o clocfc, I. M.
The above boats are A No. 1, aud are officered by expe
rienced business men, who will bo thankful for orders tor
merchandise, and promic to give Mttlsfaction to all who
may entrust business to tlieTr care.
Nashville aud l,oiiiville Wpcklj- Pucket,
HX GARVIN, C. T. REEDER. Mas,tcr. '
fTHLS splendid Steamer is ncirlr com- w rv
I nn,l irill Uat V..hr;ilall.zif!puf f ii
ric of the river. She will carrv 400 tons KnSJsK
aud her accommodations for passeugers arc unequaled by
any boat oi n.r dimensions, ste will commanaeu by
C"pt. O. T. REEUER, long and favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weeklr trips, leaving iAiuisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville "on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock,
P.M. At the former place pasengera will lind various
:- Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to any joint
of destin-itiou they may desire, vie The old establisHeu line
.to Cincinnati: Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Loti
- isville line; Jefferson Railroad. Ac, Ac All atlbrdingthe
amplest accommodations, coinbiiied'TVitli exedition.
All orders will be cllcd as low as at Ciucinliati.
3S For Freight or Passage, applr to
wp40-U HEXRY tYKATMAN, Agent.
" J. II. CUJtKEY,
, . , Undertaker anil Colfin-ianUcr.
, , CJleQ strttt, A"a. 2.1, opposite iSfiranc Houtt.
BEOH leave w infonfi his friends and the public tpw .
gonerallv, that he has opened a regular Cof-
tin Itoum, and having bought the right for luanufacturing
.and welling in Middle Tennessee, Skiff's Patent Indistinct.
ible Air-tight and Air-exhausted Bunal Cases, the best
,, now in use for preserpng the corjs, he will keep a suply
h of them contanlvonhaiid, together with an assortment of
a!l iinua ot covered ana wood uollins. lie is prepared to
turnisli good Hearses and any number of Hacks that may
bt wanted; also shrouds of every description, made in the
best sti 1, together with every equipage necessary for fune
ral. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats
...'ami Railroad, or firun the surrounding country will be
. promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre
puiiujf and encasing bodies fur tranoporlat.on. All orders
. .'eft at hi Furniture and Ctliu Room piomplly attended
to, both night and day be wilLpve his peminal atteutiou
to all funerals. Charges modemte.
J. II. CURREY.
N. B. Furniture and MattraaSM of every description
made to oitler aud of tliebest materials, and warranted; also
furmtuie repaired m thebert stvleaud with Uispalch.
angi7 r. ex. " J. 11. 0.
rpIIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
X.MANUFACMCRINO COMPANY, are now offering
"TMftiieadid assortment of Plain and Fashionable I iir
("-( mtureat their liepoton Jlarkct street, Tliomiiofi
K?Snew buildimr, (between Union Hall nn.! th
miureai lueir Aepoion jiarKct street, Thamm f
Snew building, tween Union Hall and the!
bquare,; wliich they offer at prices to strit parchascrs, T I
lioui nt wnwe ssie ana rewiL i ury intend to give satisluc
lion to panjhAters work warranted.
'GM and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
if ith despatch. R. 11. GROOMS, lWl.
"."W.L.Na.vc. Sec'v r
TTTSTKD at the South Nashriilc Furniture Factory, ot
Vf' i otuiviv'Pii rtrtiiimi - w
VV eood SEASOSED LUMBER
lW,000fot of 1J inch Walnut Plank--wide; "
'80.000 do ii do do do da;
'S0, do -2 do do do ilof ' .
10,W do Walnut Scantling. 8 feet long, 4,'.r. A Mn. sq're;
I'M, 000 doCoerry do do do;
. lo,wu oo l k iiwa v.cerrv riann wide
.) do do ' do;
0.000 do 3 do do do:
, ' C,0W da Ash, Tanging from lo: in thick wkle (ilatik;
Alo. lOJkrnf all sires used tor (.Ikbinet djii-s fur
which Om wdl be paid on delivery.
i "Alio, urJ geod CABINET MAKERS' winded, to w Imm
f.ir pnew ill be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good V I'
JI0I5TERS. None but good workmen need apjilv.
. FURNITURE! FURUITUR2! :
AM just reemviua tiue assortment of Fur
I niltirMftf llvp l5ll.t find rmt4t TfVMl
t-rles. which will be warranted as recommend-'
1 ei, olid will be sold as che.ip as the cheapee L Ifaving en
urged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ot Gil
bert's superior Piano, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
" rors,Ac. Furniture of all kind made ia order. Articles
.rent free to the Railroad or anvwhtre in the city. Remem
- ber 45. Union Rtreet, Cheap Furniture Depot."
' , ttp27 I II. MORTON.
r OObl) JfJirt!.
JOHN YORK. & CO., hare on baud a variety of superior
Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered for
sale p Nashville. Svtrypm warrarttd. octl
WWi$ firm ofEimn, Broum&CdJ
3 Jlcdicine,'Pinnt9,pn,I,erfuincrT; Ac, Ac,
I lk 4, College tfeeJ'eHA aioi from OnIohjlYber6' he
on tne site roomrrir occupied oy uie oia linn,'
"uin be"Weaseil to traJ tnipoa. hisoldfriemlsandciliieoS gen-
K.. 'i . !, J.-. ii,n;.;,ni' Pm.
jimption, which will be,fijle4 with accuracy and dispafen.
SuBOWAt'lsfcttfris; 'eiTnsprisingTocfcet Cases,' avort
ed; Pocktt Vial CasetfeVeral uew ptrttems; -gpeculuias,
assorted; MidwilV; Attiputating aiidTmniung Instrurocnts,
In cases or separate; Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stetliescopej;
Cupjiin( Apparatus; Stomach, lumps; Dissection Instru
menti.'Se TruRai i n erery TOrty iWjtnjilete'assorthient
of ereiyth'iug usually kept in thislmomay be found at
-angt u ' J. Q BROVryS.
CIIE.TIICAI.S. A large- Mock, and from the best
inanufacturersspjne pxpeodiucly rare, new. betbre
brgTi'bmthis'mattee. Attention- bf 'Physiaans' 1o this
arttofihy stock is respectfully bollcited. .
X fectlypureandfr&.h; fuli sjupply flt
J, '6. 11EQWN.
TT-wTRitr-nniKItYIn every stvlc. French. German and
Jt Antericau Cologne-', Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac, Ac. ,
Tooth Powderand PastejPiver's Aromatic Vinegar. Clenn'a
oee Bear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and -whita Windsor
Soap, Barbers' Soap in I lbhars, bigether with a general as
sortment of Plain md Fancy Soips, Hair Brushes, Ac, Ac
Shell audBuHalo Urestuig.anrt i me Cotnb, Ivory uO. '1'ow
.dcr Puffs aud Boxes. Lilly White, Alabaster. Ac
aug7 , , . . J p BROWN.
VEKIN TJJ.V CU3IPAS V. I hare full snWily of
JL ihebettaualitiescfTeayput'upbv this Company.
It U ihc siune formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Co., which
gave such general satisfaction. The No Plus Ultra Black
audPantaUonluipcnalareuiougntioite jsupenor w
in this market; also, Teas in small ca"ddies' of 2 lbs
L aog7 JO BROWS.
CONC.RIiSS W.VTEIt I have made arrangements
to keep aconstantsnpplyof tliis water, which Ireceive
direct from, the Spring; Si gross justreoeived. .
aug7 . . . JO BROWN.
TONE VARE--Ofalldescriptionsaod best quatfty;,
also, Hower Pots, assorted sixes. " "
aUg7 J. G BROWN.
AMUOO FISUIXCV iust"recelved;
also, a full assortment -of Jiishing Tactlf, Limenck
Hooks orSnoMls,!! Ac , ..
jtugj J. U. liiUl
,Tn0'lt TIin ilAIRLTons Katharion, Bogle's H-pe-
JJ rion" Fluid, Barry and Chrchugh a Incoohenms, at
Q TARCII. ,1 5 boxesj Wetor & Gamble s Pearl Starcu
O also, superior article of country made Siarch.
aus- " J-BR0Wy-
r pDRJSil'- SEED. A largo lot ofBiiuimer and Win-
L ter, and Summer and Winter, mixed. . ' .
wuri O Bit OWN
JL Russia Sheet, aim
ired Ismglasj; also, a line lot of
angi It, AtWWV
LEXINGTON MUSTARD, hi ..-und X lb Can
fresh and just ree'd. ang7 .L G. BROWN.
"XrEAST POWDERS and Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
1 ger. White lyead, lted Iad, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac. Jdrd Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish. Ac
nug7 J.O.-BROWN. 43, College St.
Of Eazardville, Connecticut
a. a. iLtxAitr, j-r'St: i. b. bSBfflaK-stc'ri-
GONTINL'Eto-furnWi (Inn Pwdei- of all their well
known brand', KtAtuetif JXjU, Amtrwan Spartiny
pul&n fifflr in Veg, half rind quarter kegs and cannisters
of' ode pound each. Alo, a Tull assortment of Powder for
BLASTING AND MINING
purposes. The reputation of their Gun Powderlstoo well
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
my Potrdi-r Dr;", North-east corner r the Square.
S. H. LOOJnS, Agt for the 1L P. Co.,
ang2 tf ' Nashville, Tenn.
TTTALL i'APEHS'.-just re-
ceived. 2.0C0 holt3 of lhose
beautiful Ftench Papers, for 1'arior.s
11 alls. &.C- tooeiner wuna snieimiu'
a-ssortnient ot Goldand Velvet Borders, lure fccreens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac
JjTOn hand alargeas.'virtrcetit'of nnglaied Papers, from
loVo Suets per bolt.
KLAGES A OORBEY,
No. in, Co'llegestreet.tiext'door to the Sewanee House,
julyli ' "
W. W. FINN,
41, MARKET STSEST,
; ,B KTjW.B BJ .UUIOX AND THE SQUARE,
O LD AND VELVET PA- Jnitf
i mm HA.Mii.Mis. A lanre vr
and beautiful varietv.
Deconitivc Wall Paper, all
tlie latest trench uestgns.
Rordcp:, AVitidow Tapers, TenMer anil Cen
trc Piece", alarge assortment.
Cheap Unglazetl Papers 12,000 pieces in store,
fromlSJito 25 cts. per Bolt. AI 1 for hale; and Cump for.
' JUST PIiasiIED AIID 50E SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROL'CILES, "
ROCKAWAVS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
T Take PARTICULAR .NOTICE that
Stout's Coacli Shon is On CLARK STREET.
ink-ID IRA A. STOUT.
TllOilAS nODcZ rT XELSOS WALKER.
IIODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Drxscrs, Ac, Ac,
J7- 13, CtJar ntfed.
HAVE opened their new eslablishmeut.and offer 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 calf will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Bartering, Hair-Dress-iug,
Ac, we liave large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the fluest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patron, just step in
and see with what magic we "make the hair tiy," and what
a fcalutary effect our pure water lias' upon a wearied and
cvttebody. augS tf
itylazmey'.s Reaper .and
I REFER the Farmers to the statements lielow, made by
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. J have seeu it in
operation sevoral'times, lam satisfled of its gi-eat utility! As
he feaion ia advancing, 1 now offerihose I liave on hand for
fl!00. L. P. CHEATHAM.
june2!, I85S. NaihvilIe,Tenn.
NASimLtr, June 2?, lSS."
Col. L. P. ChrcKTOAK: Dear Sir: I have been using
be " Reaping and Mowing Machine" pstentented by Manney
oi Illinois, wliichyouarenowofferingtothe citizens of Ten
nessee. Itis a iinsTBATELAnonsAvpcMAcuixK. It woike
NKATLY and kapiolt. The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the speed of the (cam. If the team can
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
n ten hours. It is entitled to the contidencj of the public
Respectfully J. snELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the fatm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: Wo have had for more than
one week, one of Coh Cheatham's mowing' and reaping
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I now shite that itmows und cuts ejeaner than the
svthe blade, and that it will mow per day as much a 14
luind, and itcan reap at least twenty-four acres per dav.
June29-lAw,. L.F. BRADLEY.
"I " AN AWAY from the subscriber on the night of
j I.V the 3rd inst., lus negro boy AMOS. He is about
J 20 years of age, ft feet 9 or 10 fncbcj high and weighsjjv
I about 15a pound. Heis'si briglit ninlatto, has straight
j hair and'blne eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass bun-
self as a white man. lie was raiwd by a Mr. Dicker, of
Spartanburg District, and was purchased bv Capt. James
Bonds or Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lmking in
the vicinity of that town, or mayattempt his escape to a
free State, lie rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve yeejs
old.'which has a' scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
aud is shod . behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, holds
a line head, is sunk very much above thevcs and inclines
to be spiteful. -The ab ivp reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
u-ill lu ufvn fiwttie armrehensioii of the bov and lion;
J the boy to lie lodged in any jail in the Slate. All exponHes
i Newberry, S.C.Jnlr, W.G.-NEEL.
wptt tf ' "
BARBER ATrt) U-Vnt tRESSER,
No. 22 CfioLtk Srplltr.
'V'Trori.D TMi'ctfi1iv mform all who hare any ttse
furihe erv oe- iY a Barber, that he has at tbs tixe
in hut pmittui A. iii:n.iMr ,.f t!t, mift mrfit ATrvripnr:ed
"J ujrialifi thit ever bundle a raxor or a pair of shears in
' 1 Nfth ville,' Hi hflp fi'teil nptieally, and gentlemen maV
itIv urn-'iT rirormit atteniion and comf or-
b!r shaving. lle'hnr" o wnlitms to receive a' liberal
shire of ttseomwt.ient fnn an iufellirent nnblic that
kfHiw"! Titlw to-ifhcriminate between wgiTt and gold o'er
' BELL AiS)" iSib'S I'OUNDSY. " ' " "
TIlKSnbsc'ririor resneetfullv retnrns his
tlianks to the public for past favors, and so
licits a continuance of patronaeln the above
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Casltrgs. r
Soda ruunts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of fve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
juneitt ly . B. COLE.
S. WILLIAMS Agent tor John WiUiams; New
Orleans, will malt) liberal cash advanced cn ProJaca
iMWilOif ilnn'iiilillnill 1 1 ii ilrfrl
iwnm!TVT A HfmVXr..
jfTJIJBjtndersirned haying juitarrived from NewYorfc and
i;niutaclplliafne wisimss u imunu-uis. uiemis uiu ivr
! .has ever been, brought toNashviHe.. Thoyirauow ready Xar
nspectum at na aiore,uie
WORED'S CLDTaTING EMPORIUM,
No. 11. Public. SflUane. - -
IKVvetaken particular pains to have mad?: an oisprlment f"de'ncf to P.ttpfure. ProlapsusCteri, or jlearincf Down. Ir
;t( JCfir Sia CMMn-J for GenUemeo, "weighing IromSop t reularPaiclul or Profuse Mnstmatlon, a Tendency to.
toSW) Jb?.t and who have always been paying higti pricel tii
ALSO, a splendid assortmentof India-RnbberUoods,and
CU1LDRENS' CLOTHING, . r .'
from the age of 6 year and upwards: 1 -
' - COUNTRY MERCHANTS -will
take narticular notice that, I can sutinlv them with Cloth-
, ing;and Furnishing Goods e(tlier wbousale ux pjitV 1
low a any one in we ciy .
ALSO, just received a large lot ef fine PIuh and Cloth
Cabal of various sixes, which I can sell wtyfr Tf! eft.
lowefthan any other house in tho citjv . . .
Oouie.imt, aM al!, to M. POWERS
' ' "World's Clothing Emporium, :
augoO No. 11, Public Square. Nasjiville.
Coma one Come all S This Reck ahall. fly -Troct
Its firm base os soon its Ii!!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK TOR 1853-1.
rrHE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of .
11 USUI illC UUU BUilUUUUlUK UWUU , ii...uw uu.i uu
hand, and receiving additions daily, a largo stock of Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall
and Winter wear.
- Among which May bo found: FincBlack andBInu.CIoth
Cloaksr Spanish do, Opera and Congress, Coats, Double.dc,
Black. Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coata, Sack. Palelpts,
Box, Frock aud Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles
and colors too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests ot ever style and color, to, suit jh? most
Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDRENS
CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
And examine my stock before purchasingelsewbere. - '
Kent is . L. POWERS..
No Si, Market SU- opposite Union Street. J
J. B. riot to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bniation of men. L. P.
" FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, largo and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and Vistings of the'
latest styles. . , .
ALSO A large assortmentof gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stocks.
'Shirt Collars, Cravats, Sospenders, Gloves of every ins
cription, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of tbe best Clothing
Establishments in New York to snnmV me." Wm. T. Jen
nings, 231, Broadway, I am preparred to offer to my cus. '
tomers and the pubIic,.01otbing of asupenor style aDdqcil-'
nr. jftease can and examine tor vnurseivcs.
sept4 q J. HOUGH. Agent.
WE have just received our assortment of "
CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES & YESTINGS,
of New Styles und Varieties.
Also, an assortment of Fine Ready-itinde Clothing,
and Gentlemen's furnishing Goods.
Rep20 CLI ETON A ABBOTT
No. 15 (Vdar st.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
READYOIADE CLOTHING !
H. A. JESSEL, "
Arcade Clothing1 Store,
' JW 29 Jfarl-it sU-eet, opposite the Union Hall.
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
' upon him, begs- leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and aurronndmcr countrr. that he has hut received one
of the largest and most complete assortments of GtpiUjntri'a
Fall and Winter UlotiiiM and Furnishing ' ttxfjs ever'
, l. . . t ?i ill 1.. r...u.t 1 i :..
urougui 10 ine cuywuicu wm ue kmuiu uusui jaK-ii in
quality and workman-hip, andatsuchlow prices as 'cannot
fail to please. The slock has been selected .and made up
under my own inspection, erprevli suited; tp U13 wents of'
Also, a large assortment of
suitable for.all ages, and warranted to tit
As my stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices
Give me a call, as 1 shall take great plea-sure in showing-"
the Goods. II. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market st,
ocfS 8m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR "tIIE TRACK."
THE subscriber has just opeurd, at his old stand, JCo PS
Market street, next door to T. W- A W, H. Evan, the
largest aud mot elegant stock of READYMADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, be ever had the.
pleasure of exhibiting to his frisnds and cutnmers,'whicli
he is ofleriugat wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he confidently believes, give entire satislactiou.
His stock con? Ufa of Frock and Dress Coat, of every va
riety of stvle and pattern; do. do. Pant and Vests, 0 ver-muts-
Box Coats. Ac Ac: Hats and Cans, a larce assort
ment; Carpet Bags, Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
l'ocket lldk&, Ae all ot which are new, and purcbased.of
the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly tor this mar
ket. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he invites an examination into his present stock and
prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
M. SUL7.BACKER, Agent,
sept53 Sra No. 58 Marketst.
100 imsrs Rio
IX STORK AXD FOR SALE BY
S. If- IiOomis9
. NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
octl tf Nashville, Ten.
POWDER .Tennessee Rifie, in quarter; 'half1 and'
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting,-in kegsand barrel."
A full supply of the above description' of Powder, war
ranted equal to any ia tho market, always on band and for
sale by julyli CHEATHAM, VATSON A CO. ,
rAPETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
15 bv the original manufacturers, forsale bv
CHEATHAM, WATON A CO.
JylS atW. H.Goktov A Co.'s.. Public Square.
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATTORNEY AT-LAWAHD LAND AGENT,
Woco Village, Texas.
WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi
gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas:
Hon. O W. O. Tottos, Hon. Nauun- Gntcr, .,
" R. G. MTvrsxKr, " R. L. Ridlct,
" R. U Cakcthkh, ' Aek CAncniins,
STonx Ij. Biubx,. Governor Wa. B. Cahpbcll,
augCl twly i
"GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On (MUne ttrtft, cnie door South of tU JSjvore.,
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizen and
strangers passing through Nashville, to call-at their
store and examine the most elegant assortment of Finishing
and Fancy Goods, ever brought to Nashville. We have at all
times the latest MVlcs and best quality of Goods, and invite
special attention tb our PatcntShoulder Seam Shirts, wliich
we warrant to be well made, and to Gt better than any other
stjle of Shirts. Onr stock consists in part of Linen and
MuslinShirt, evcrysize and quality, bilk. Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Shirt, und
Drawers, Silk Merino, Sliakcr, Lambs Wool, Cashmere,
Brown Cotton and Country Knit Half Uoe, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets, Sscarfs, CravatSj Stocks and
Ties, Suspenders, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Robe de
Chambre, Trunks, Carpel Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Razor
Strops, Soap, Cologne, Odors, Oils, Tooth Powders, Hair
Washes Tooth.-Hat, Cloth, Nail, and Hair Brushes. Perte
Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxe, Dressing Cases, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
N. B Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton. Gum Good', Goodyear's Patent, best articles.
Remember the number 50.
MYERS A McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
CAUTION TO GINNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
the" samples drawn from the edges of the bale will fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the wholo bale; other
wise they will claim, from the seller or owner, as damages
the difference between the actual worth at the time the fact
is ascertained, and the original cost, with all expenses in
curred p'oyious to detection, and the cost of returning the
cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case of fraud in packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers oi
this citv, with the name of the seller, owner and ginner.
The undersigned are compelled to this course by the fre
quent cases of fraud detected in traitraadjaUel! packing
cotton resulting frequently in heavy losses to the owner,
and will If coutiuued, lowerthe character of Nashvilte Cot
ton, and thereby injure those who pack cotton honestly.
. . ANDREW ALLISON, Agent, '
Tenn. Manufacturing Co., Lebanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO..
- " ' " Of Svoamore Mill.
JOHNSON A WEAVER.
- .... J. A R. YEATMAN.
'" ' 1 Alisonia Manufacturing Co.
WM. B. AHSUSTEAD A CO.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON, HORNE A. CO.
J. A. McLISTER it CO. "
P. E. B00NE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
"TOTICE. I am closing up my business with a view of
IN permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed to ine by note and account, some for years, and 1 hope
they will call und pay up without further delay or trouble.
Ihava removed my. Books and Papers to the room ad
joining Messrs. TV. H. Gordon A Co.
' aug l BAM SEAT. .
BANKING'S PATENT LACE. OR ARBOMIKAIr SUP-
' PiTRTES. . .
Tain in lhehesf. Weakness and Bleedlng'of thoLungs,
liitpitatiomDf toe Heart, llvspfpsia. uosureneS3 ana rues-,
i pouV in the Bacfc.Spimil Curvatures, and Znlargement of
! nr ,nA Qhnnf.l- V1i;nn.nf thi R,lwo1l nWI n Ten.
Aboruon.jmd l'atnlnU'regnancy, ana tne Daasnape tact'
dent to Child Beaong-, a-.Disposition toDronping, Lounging
and.WearioesSt common to clerics, mechanics, jjtndeut,
seamsfrcsse, tad xiQierb who keep inclined positions'.
The subscriber has had. the exclusive sale of this cdfbrat
td Htvet for several years, during which period, .l?!
number have been fold to those wltp have given the highest
testimonial of their remarkable curative powers, The most
.satisfactory reference can be given to persona Inthejaryor
Nftshvilleiudsumiun'ling erantr-;urmermorty thiy are
Tecommended by someofUie must'telebrated and extensive
J Practitioners of Medicine in Nashville and the adiacent
...... . ... .11 . . v J
Druggist aud Apothecarr.North side ofthc ln61icSqttire,
three loor"West of the Nashville Inn. auglS If.
' " DR. LEBBY'S "PTLT: OINTMENT
IS PREPARED Tor-the Grafonburg Companr'by Dr.
BBWAMUf.EnmT.of New-Hampshire. He is a Physician
eightyreight years of age, aud( has for the last ixty-three
j ears, used tbis Ointment in his practice. A cureis'war
rahfed, no matter how exfroae the cie
This is sufficient tofmlucc every person suffering-under
thisdiscasc totryit. Pricoper Rotilof; I.
Tho Vegetable Pills, prepared hy the Grafenburg
Company, are used, constantly by hundreds oftbousauda,
who attest their vplue. '
Thaliw operation"" of Mcdicmeisto give incTcise:d''iictirity
to the means possessed by Nature for the removal of the
causes Ofdisease. Foralf billioua.disorders, Costifeness,
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of the Bowels;, Liver
Complaints, Headache. Activity pf the Stomach. Ac Price
23 cents per Bor, with full directions. For Sale by alfDrug
gTt: ' - octlg ALEX. MeKENZlE.Agetit.p
J. tl. I!nrrovt ? Patent Plantation
rTllUS "Mill differ, from all others In the construe tlon of
L- the uppr Or Running Stone, which Is composed 01
French Burr Blocks, enclosed tit a cast Iron Case, which
forms the-backandhoopotthe Stone with a Cast Iron Eje.or
Bash, than Isofcrealer external diameter at tbebottom, that
at the top which Is secured to tho hae k by fourbolts, so that
eyery block is In. the form of a dove tall, which gives greater
strength to aStonetbananycther method which Is reqnlred
In small mills, where the stone is run with great speed, aad
heroines danjreroas If not strourly made. It also gives any
webrht to astoae ofsmall diameter that li reqnlred, without
having ItthloK orhlgh, that makes It topheavj.
l"hls mill is a tquaro frame made of wood or cajllron.ln
the form Df.a bni,witb "Hndse-tree, Spindle llalanee. Bins
Driver, and Kegulattnic Screw, and grinds own the same
principle as alaro mill, differing or.lj In the Kann'er Stone;
this being of great werhlenahW It to grind nearer the cea
tera greater quantity ofjrrain n llh lou power than any other
Qlllnowln nse. This mill Is portable, and may be attached
'to 'steam, water, horse or hand power.
..A1.SO, all sizes of Erenca Burr 111 Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Jo4pR II. fturrows, of Cincinnati, is the Inventor, for
which heohtalned betters Patent la 1P.M. for alllnfriuge
meiiU the purchaser will bo held responsible for the right
of Using. '
These Mill donol require a MlUrlght to set them np; and
all that UiiRcessary to put them in operation. Is to attach a
hand to the pulley on the spindle, with a drnm sufficiently'
large to tin a twenty-four inch Mill 241 revolntlonj' jier
mlnnte, attached to-Gin, Steam, or Water Power. Bjrthe
steady application ottwoherse power the Mill will ertnd 8.x
(O 8 basheli er hoorof good meal: and will grind wheat
at wpII bs corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put to its fullest
speed, wIP grindfr0io,ten to flfleenboshelsperhonr.
5"he mills are warranted to he in every respect as recom
UiaicTiossroi Usikci. Placi yonrmlllabontSOfeetfrom
the .Pririug Puller in a level KsiUon; make the belt of
leather slv or eight Inches wide. Give the StoneStO revolu
tions a minute -with Ihc sun. Keep the neck and step of
the spindlo well-oiled. Place the star on the back of the
Knnntng f.tooe, In th same way as the Cross on the Stiver,
that M,the way they are trimmed to run.'
Kafer to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio,
Jesse &al, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ord'-rs directed to JOHN H. BOOM AN,
Ni Ci Kroadway. Nashville. Asent for Mlddleand East
Tennessee, or J. II. BUKROWS,
Jan5C 1. tr-w. cV w. ly. West Front st.Cln.O,
ESB'B PATElfT STRAW CuTTEE amXSOWES
DENT CORN, CHOPPER.
THIS venr important invention has been in use.about
thred years. " Tho Inventor has made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
every one n hu has Used it, und is the, most superior machine
in use, for the purpose for which it is designed. It. is sim
ple in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by & boy 12 years of age.
It will cut straw or com in the shuck from half Inch to
three incites in leuglli. Many certificates might be pro
duced from Farmers who have nseil tliem, to prove their
superiority over any other straw and corn cutter nowin
ne. Persons needing snch an article may rest assured
tliat in it they will lind a valuable acqm'sition to their farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means forman
ufactnring these machines, and he how solicits for. them
the attention of the public, and the tanners and planters
liarticolarly, of the South and West, He will hereafter be
able to till all orders raoidly. and ensnres" all machines to
Jo the work for which they are designed.
iieing tne inventor anu patentee, anu sole proprietor, ne
will dispose of rights for counties or Slates on reasonable
terms, to nay Jlechanicwhomay wish to manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sepT ilni ' JOHN E. ERR
DR. TRASK!S MAGNETIC OHfTMENT.
MR WINTERS had lostnearly all of his hair and
J1.1.I Wnlnld for many years: bytlie use of three bot-
Ua vf.lit Kigni'lic Oint&ent, had 'An Mir snHrtli rt
stored, and now has as beaufifula headof hair as any man
eould wislt. lib age is aboutlX) years.
A Kiu of Mr. Wai reu, oi this town, 14 years of age, had
been atfl'.ctcd with the Asthma from his, cradle He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a lovtug and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever sawr he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By theuseof a few bottles of theOint
menthe xetxiioroygTUjcurai, and for seveu months pait has
enjoved robust health.
This was an extreme case of infiamtnat'um of" Uit y7m,
of long standing; hasnvai icty of treatment from no lessihan
tight different physiciau-s, without receiving benefit was
cured Vv the use only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This was four moutlis ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is'still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. Ihavetieated two cases of Clrunic Sort
Eye with the Ointment, both of the patieuls so tidiriy.
btixd, astoneed an attendant to lead, them from place to
place. One of them lud b.s.'ii aflheied' 18 years, the other
about 0 vears. They had tried tho bestphysiciaus in the
State, without benetit; and one of them bad been under th
trealmeutof the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, tf Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundred. of dollars in
vain efforts to eject a cure. They are now by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of I'iles, and in no can hat it
faU-fd of giving vitm-diuls rtlief 'and vthtruRia permanent
curt. I have alsoused it beneficially in severecases ofEry
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within the lastear
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnrtlc
From a thorough trial of the-Ointment in nearly every
disease for 11 hich it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of tfle, most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours.
- BURTON HUHBELL, M. D.
Daled Jail 27, 1S50, Amelia, Ohio.
The characlerof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this; city, Thoi e are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to. the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by H. G. SCOYEL,
3 BERRY A DEMO VILLE,
mavB , . CARTWR1GHT A ARMSTRONG. '
- A CARD.
I HAVE this day associated with Tne in the Raddling Bu
siness ravsou, A. C. MARCH. Tho business, in future
wMl be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. AU
persons indebted, to me, by note or account, will please come
upmdnuike payment. J. D. MARCH.
5" Tliankfiil for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a coulinuaucaof the same is respectfully-solicited.
o. 11, jia.i.ju. s, ;u..
LAND WARRANTS. Wo bits buying and pavinjr
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Fer
rous ot a distance having warrants to sell by.sandiugto usr
bvmailorotherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which they arc selling at the time in Nashville, and
the cash remitted or paid to order.
juy2i D-YER PEARL & CO.
1 7OII SALE OR RENT. A new Frame Housejutt
. completed with seven rooms, well plastered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, in Hmesl additional
Nashville. The said house is about finr hundred yardi
from the Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable
terms. K '
For further particulars enquire of R. L, Crenshaw i
augl?v - W.D.ROUERTSON.ll'Leinoreat,
hfrr-f- 1 Mfceaa)iv 1 Klrir 1 i.rfSjsawli'iaHa-ati' iaa 1
j T KVIOOHATIXG C'OKUlAL,a Phenomenon irrifedlclue.
-- Health Restored end Lite) Leu5tbenedby
I DK.MOKSK,lXVlGt)IrATlSG KLlXlK OK. CORDIAL.
1 Fof 'cnto'i Mdl)l sclimtelia becrvr'an.acslnV tho
eS and BTrAUtuzdcm,tn scarth of wnatalBn that
should restore the ltt,or dseayiug enerslidof. the nefvoas
pfostration,whlcttaiItimuIiu,U, tonic,, and narcotics -bad
heretofore entailed, Ttml somrthln bal been found. Ills
avegetable prpiloctl.m.TjfOught from the- swrlledeerWof
known as a dlsltng-tiUtibd member of the la'Ucs:cieolia'
societies of the Old "Wnrtd, and-equally Httirga'lbt
j physician, a cheuilst,a&J.HtraveIer. Th.eJaices.rtfaisberU;
concentrated and comlined witb, other eg"lihlin4icliiil
extracts, are now DroJuotnir results heretufdre unkear.i nt
1,, il.l. . o..w..ir..,. 1 ,.'-., . . . '
1" y. .......... v
could notbellevethesimideandabUidotrhths annouied
by the discoverer, cut lac 19, uodenubie rs'u kltestrd
witnesses of the Elehoul class And tharirtcr, artreow '
THKOWX,byamassof iMlmouy which l petfectlj lrre-
nM.nl.tn. y.vu- all ..,.1. I Vl! ft KlllI I.1TV1 IK IkVITW.
arising from a mlsnsesir abate of tho various urcan which
make np the wonderful machine called man. It restores to
full vigor every delicate fundloa connected Hlth" that nijs
terlouscomDonnd nv-en.-r of siktler and mind, i t-rfiian to
there.productio'nofhutnaiilirv. To jfrons of feeble iuu- I
crilar frame, or deficient rn-'Tital power, tlr reeemraendedP
astbeonly means of rvrqriiui.lcaUns lhat tneyj wtilcti is. -
necessary to lae proper m.jojioent OI all tb namrai ppe-
tltes, as well as thahlzber luontal atulbutev lu bniifial
effect are notcooflqedjoetlBeraaxor to any ajt. Theies-
blegiil.lhe ailing wffJ.the listless, ern.rated youth ll,er
worn man of business, iarfcHlinorjiervnnA depresn.thir.
individual suffering trcw. eaeial deUUtj, It Horn the
weakness of a single organ, w ill all And Immediate and per-
maneni rtuei irom iue inu or mis incomparable innovator.
TothosO who have a predisposiUontQparalitlsll.wlllprote
There are many, perhap, who have so trifled with
their constitutions, thkt liny ihint; themsslvea beyond th
reach of medicine. Lei not i'veo these de'pur. TUe hliIr
aeais wiia uisuase as it
and will not only remo
of tb disorder ttself.but
Rebuild the tliokuu Constitution.
The derangements of ttosy.tcm, leadifisr to nervoai dls
eases, and the forms ofiiercoas diseasv llsU,ari sodnmer
dies for which thl,prepraili,n u a specltti. A(faw,hn.
avr. nuv imhi,isnii,i,f. if, r.nii.oicTj ti,. ,1,-1.,,
bcad&cbe, Inciplant pusiisii, hysteria, pulpit .nun o' t&e -
tptrifiing dreams, laabillt to remain
tlon, weakness of lb? proertstive orgSns,
iency,meiancnoiy, monomania, naor ui
stomach, female liregaUritie. a chronic
carriage, emaciation, and att cointitalolf ercwlr.ir oat if a I
frB liidnurence of lh .pfciidus, and all barennte that' (
does not proceed fioia p.-iaUc causes bjond lh9-xei.h of J
medicine. - 1
liPRPrilrlhiinrffsni'tn K.)i.t.it tltinnarA frPA flam m.l.
formation orstrictural dUees ttlsaverredtlut "f
illore'a Icvigorating EILt i r.
will replace weakness with strength, Incapacity with efficien
cy, irrrguuriiy wun nnuurm anu natural tc irnj, ana mis
not only wiihuut hazard ot reaction, but wlih a haupy oVet
on the general orzanirsUou. M T Bar in mind tUat all
malaJles, wherever they begin; snlsh with the iiVrrous sy-
tp:n. ftnd thst thit nsritli &'T..nAr lh nervM nf (TultinA mid
sensation is physical death. Bcarlnmli.dsl,hattoreve-'
rykfndof nervous dlseaie-lhe Elixir ConllaJ I thanuly te
liaile prepaiation knows.
Cnra of Nervous Disca-"".
No language can convey an adequate Idea if the iciioedi-T
ateand almost miraculous change which '. mcaal'ins In the
dljemed, debilitated aadtttaRorBd'serVdus'syttem, whemrr
Lroicondown by excess,wac iy nature, or luipaircinysicx
zies..,the untruits;acd relaxed orfrant-allAn Is utoncenracrd
re-vlvlSedandbalitap. Tbi. mental shJ phlcit tymtnins
of nervous dlse.aseVkUs.htoicether.!ind'ritsiiiQninc. Xpr
Is the effect temporary: oil the contrary, Ue. roller, is perma
nent, for the coidlal properltr of the mtdlclae reach the
constitution Itie'.f. andiwt'.re It to Its norma? cor.dillon.
well may the preparation bn cailedthe
cf the nineteenth century'. Uls.asihcflrst.cleatificmanln
the world would have admitted, thatmlracla ot mediclae
heretofore supposed to h lx no existnc.
A Stimulant that Entails No Re-Action.
Its force Is neverexpanded, a is thacafe with cplnm, alco
holic preparation", and alt other excitants. The enoct of
these Is br.ef, and it may well be said of him who tikes ihem,
"The lat state of lhat maa Is worse than the first " Sutthe
Elixir Is an exhllerani without' alneledrabac'r safe In its
operation, perpetual luttsjiappy Influence npon the nerves,'
the mind, and thu entiraorantzatioi.; It willal.oreraovode
presilons, excitement, a tendaccy to blush, sleeplessness,
dislike of society, Incapacity lor study or business.
Loss of JMemory,
Confusion, piddlnBss.ruth of blood to thehead, melancholy,
mental debility, hysteria, wretchednets, thoughu of self de
struction, fear ofiimulty, hypochondriasis, dy-pili gene
ral prostration, Irritability, nervoassess, inability 10 l:ep,
diseases Incident to f.-male,dscny ofthe propo-stir); func
tions, hysteria, raocomanli, rajuo terrors, palpitation of the.
heart, impotency, constipatlos, etc-, e;v'.v from whatever
cause arising it is, if there.ljaoy reliance to be plaeedonhu
man testimony, absolutely iiilalllble.
A Creat Medicine for,remtiIe,
The unparalleled effects Of this frreit reitorativei in all
complaints incident to female', matK a new era In the an
nals of medicine. Thousand of stimulants have been in
ventedthousands of lnl?oranlcOncocted all purporting
to be specified in the Tariciu diseases and oleraajrements to
which the delicate formation or woman render her liable.
The result has heretofore beerVtiqiform. These-nostrums
have indeed Imparted a momentary vivacity -to the uerrons
system, a transient and delnj.ve vigor to the moe!es; but
this dish of relief has been luccecdol by a depression and
prostration greater than beford, and the end has ton -often
(won utterly to paraljzelhe racnixratlve power of the nerves
andthB vital organization, and anally to destroy the unaappy
3Iorc's Invigorating JEIixir
Is presented as apheuomebalnthe. materia medica hitherto
nnhear4 ot a stimulaot without areactioc.
The herb which forms Its 'main ingredient, has been ad
milted by all the great tuedlcat.and pharmaceutical Insiitu
tlonsof tu rope to be in this reJpct sal generis. Dr. Mane,
whose name is an undispated authority In sciences, discov- .
eri-d the production in Arabia, where his attentioh was exsU
tod by the wonderfully Invigorating effects it pr duce l upon .
the natives. lnfctthewnnaeifuipowerofendurance, thn
exhanslless vigor, exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes. In :
their desert pilgrimages, Is attributable to the use of this vi
An appeal Is made to
Every Woman of Sense,
who suffers from weasrnesSderaniroment, nervousness, tre
mors, pains in the back, or anyother disorder, whetherpecu
liar toher sox, or common in both sexes to give the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial. '
it arried Persons;,
orothers, will find this Cordial aJierthey have used abotUe ,
or two, a thorough regenerator of the pjsleia. lu all direc
tion are to be found the happy parents of healthy oOsptlnc;.0
who would nothave been o,bnl tor this extraordinary prep
aration. Audit Is equally potent for the many diseases fori
which His recommended. Thousands of yoone men hava .
been restored by using it, and uutin a single lnstaate ha It'
failed to bencdt them.
1'crs.onsuf Pale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of a bottle pr
two to bloom and vlor chang-iny the skin from a pale, yet
low, sickly eolor.to a beautiful florid complexion.
To the Misguided,
These areeomeof the cad and melancholy effects produce!
bv earlv habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back, aad"
ltmbs, pains in the hcnd.dlniiies of sight, loss of muscular
power, paipiiauonci lav uenri, ujjiepsia, flarvuu.iinwuii
fty, derangement of the digestive luuciions.geneia! debility,
aymptoms of consumption, A.c.'
AlenUllV,the fearful effect on the mlrd are innch to ba
dreadedi " Lossof memory,eoiiruion of Wea.s,depreMlon 'of
spirits. evil fore-bodlngsv aversion to society, self distrust,
All thus afflicted
Defoire Contcniplaiing Marriage,
hould reflect that a sound mind and body are the inot nec
essary requisites to prOiuoto connubial happiness; Indf-ej!,'
wtthont those, th jonrney thronich life becomes a weary pil
grimage, the prospect hourlydarkens the viewt tho mind be
cornea shadow c.i with despair,and tilled with themelanchoiy
reflection that the happlneiiot kcuther becomes blighted
with your own.
Parents and Guardians.
when the truth is. thalthevhaVe been indiilirir--lri a-inrni
clons thonjh alluring practice, de'trncllve' tioth to u:ind
Da. Monsn's 1hvioor-ii.i-i Coebisl has beian .countcr-i
felled bv some unnrlnclblad nennai. T
lu future all the genuine Coidist will havethepr,)prutnrsT
far-aiinlle paste.! over itie catcoi estn ooiue,-ana iaa ioi- j
towlni' wonuniowu mtnegiats
"lift. MORSE'S INVlRtlKATING CORDIAL,
C. ti. lllffO", PROPRIbTfOfr, , Y
jTr The Cordlsl Is put op' highly eohtsutrated. In pfat
Prick S3 tWper bottla; two fcr S5 00; sik torl2 08.
C. If. JtlNtl, PKOPKltrOK,
19! broadwayi New YnrV.
Bold by Driicglats throuphnnt the Knitsd Hlates, Ctr.sda
and West Indies, and aIo,by W. FRRAYr successor to
fartwrlghtcV Armsuongjco'rner of Market indRfoad street,
Nasbvllte.Tenness?. ' tocref-d wActCl'i
PIIILOTOREIf OR I'EilALKfJ RIEND
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, -.Miscarriage
or Abortion, and the relief uf ail those
Sympathetic Nervous AiTecticna attndnt on
Much pf the 5ufi-jiD2aUeiids3tupon the livet cf females'
at the present day may be traced- to some flight imprndeuce
or neglect during some critical period of their pecnliarsea
sons; causing obstructions,- jrregclarity, Aci.'whicb.'if not
relieved, gradually weaken. and deranges the system, aad by
sympathy induces those chrome forms of disease Con-'
sumption. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many cf
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that ase when the bud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the eil'ectsof obstruction, aad tha want of a remedy to cssijt
nature at that eventful period.
TRY THE PH1L0T0KEN.
It t 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, to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience an i: skill can
perform. Soldbv SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street. New Orletfns.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must' lie addressed. -
julyl lydtwAw. .
TtTEGROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has s ev
JM eral families of Negroes lhat bo will sell at private
bale Jo persons residents in tlu -State; and who intend J.
keep them therein. Residence on the NajhviU.and I ran.
I'm Turnpike, II mifes from Jiishville. L ALU,
T TAIjTJ ABLE DWELLINCJIOUSE TOR
V SALE. The undersigned offers for sale hu residence
on Spring or Church Street with the fomiture ifdestred.
Terms tnade known on appltcahoaw r pog-pEB
une 17 tf. "
" ..-"'- "
--.., -' :
' -f ,
netti, spmai auecuoui, laacniar uesiiuy, iramors, nam. : isud!-. acrauii, rain", stiu Jwnw; Ltuuuis. yue, ap
Ience, a pricking seusattou ia the flesh, nambniaj, torpidltv ' f.li(iuu'6.RAd'waj',Re3jiy Relief wjl. iaa feWmoment.'
of the liver, mental depreIOh, we&knetaclthti will, iadu-w Vnrirerrtopthpaih '
vviiuuii im uiuic, imuimu;, iiici a.ikia, viviu. sicci ,uu I. -..1...... I, . T . . , , ,
Are onen jnlsled wnn restrfci io uia causes ma sources rj . (rje mUly raBMOieS tliot rnT-Own jncMIc-U-experieticesug-dlseasesin
their sonssnd ward. How onen do they ascribe . WUhut6l;i.ws: rtAff. At lehgtb I uSed-your
tooihercau.esofwaitiDBoflhe frame, idiocy, madness, il- 1 fc. . ' w v UvVutni affe-ta eiittrelv cured.
pltaUonof the heart, Jndlgetlion, derangemenf cf the n.r- S!"T1hA J-nt itJhriwsiPr lT.ll
loussv.stem.con'hand.Tnivtr.ms indlcattne consainnilori, f wtlfrtMimiiWnd the .ew P.riJ or llebrew I7aster bull
j . : .-..-i, u ... .. .
rpO THE rfBLIC RADWAY & CO.. Tirn
' X .feveutors, Manofsctorcrs and l'roprietots of tlie justly
EyteunucU'tt. iv. iv. nemesues, wen? uin wm ui Gucover a
,Uemdy -possessing tlie Murvelwt. apd Mirraculcus power
'or atcj-ping tt.e most Elcru'e'ating l'iln iff an instant, al-
I ... i .. . t ' .
vuiK ie worm (.ramps ana watrns cttner miiniai or ex-
'w .minutes. anascothiDg. Uie most severe
laroxysms ot Kttimtin m' on.t Tt ll.-,f.
nt"J-. The R- R' It- .Remedies cunsd ot
! JJI;GUIATEeachOrgan'toHelthy Action..
' RfchOLVE away all Diseased D.wjitR.
rtFJ.Sh YiEor'aU nasound-i
f".?"" wiiKMimimtcn uotvn uonatitfrtinn
"'". 'auwaj s Ready Relief? I8r all Acute '!
i, wtopbiihi, uu;rn3i gr iuxieruat 'lite momefct lUitan-
t pueuextemaiiy, or razen m:n the system, it will stoo the
' most crticuliC2 nain and tfifictlv hnnin.i.'. .
i , RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a masoo. well known in
a cripplc for Dm kmXkX
p.,; -,.. i tun ,.i
le,'f him from tisin In fifteen minutea. enabled
hjia ta waR two mile without the aid of atic or crutchjm
three days, and cured him entiretv in on km1t
JTliousansJs of other ca;ea equally as -wonderful as the
abore. harts been cured by R, Ii. Rebef. .
CHOLERA MOBBCFiRad way's Ready Relief.wMl re
lieve the snf&rer from all ram in fifteen o trentirfninrtfo
f WnlA V? Imjnent r, 1-.1e,'ef 13 PPl'J U
r nlluvs thalilnlr nalnf.il iwraTttiw Itwnlt ,lw.i, wt'i
iilCK JIEADACUf. It jvill relieve tiienxwtdistfuisjng ,
Iiu3 iu uutcu iiiiuLi-.aj. n win likewise prevent reneweu
4 - . -r1 nunntM a ; teanwonFM cf.R R. Rabe
win 3'3iii.niira ana CiTKisTTne t ever.
l ' acoca uiuii tuw?, rjins ct allcindA, lirnises, - Bnrn,
VSriV lt.--N0. 2.-
ItadwsiyV Renorting Resdlvint.
ebuilda. ft cures . .
. JT -
Tumors, Ifieediog of the Lungs,
Consumptron', St. Vitus' Dance- '' .
iytEe, SaltRlieum, t ,
1113. .WiifM I T-i r
vRrune'tHsiS, 1- ..PeTtr'Snre "'Rashi'"
Ulcera, Krvsitietas. Tetter.
The buve eighteen eouipiamts Ii. It. Resolvent wtl) posi--"
. It'IV'Doratei the svstm comnliiiMr lls.lrfno. nmi- fn-.m
'tb &,WiU all impure Poisoooa ard Diseaisil Depnsitii, free-'
- mg- tlictDloiid aad Fluid. of I jfb from all corrOut humor.
. . L- , -I- tf ... . . . f r
wiuti,ijiefjy auu iffr, iieaiuiauifrengut jo-pvery
"Organ 'and Member of Cie body.
! ilBTTERSFROAr lliflfl AUtnOIflTY: ' '
Men. J. J. M-adtefofWaccaniasvHl'a. writes ns'
under dale lot Mar, id, 1 that Rad way's Renovating Re
solrestcuredooeofhianeffroes,on hi plantatioo at lieau-
netrroes could not remain
in tbi&ima nlaoeivith bim,- fie ira entirely cured br
Radwiv'sReOuvatinc: Re.-oIvent. and is now at workurtn
S.ihKnlintiilinn 'To itiA.-rwwif C "lf T;.Vrf1.., ,j '
.ffeli Known, and to the political world iIr.iIiddIetott.isni
SCr.rCfFCLA. Vv'tiep tlie. patient has been afBicled for
five years, or under, favorable symptoms will appear ua the
-: ' Ten years - . nu. tb Fifth day,
. . . , Filb2eu year. .- Seventh day,
Twenty'yearS Tenth day,
Thirly years " Fitteentb day,
Fonyjearsi " " ' TwentieSL dhy, '
ifty years " ' Thirtieth diy.
Whave had cases where ofd men of sixty year?, who
have keen scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured-by Rad
was Renovatins; Resolvent. R. It. Remedies exhibit. their
ethcairiaimediaiely. They, dq r-otkeep the alllicted pain
trickin sitllercr lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving poiu, renovating, restoring, le
buildrig, and rrgulating the diseased body, to health and
Mr. W.ll. Oliver, ot Dayfoo. Dooly Co, Ga., underdatd
of May 80, lsas, writes "-that a servant girl who was so re
duced that nn one would give a. thrip for her life,"' She was.
o covirvd with orVs that Ibere was not a spot of pure flesh
oCtheliizo of a silver dollar on her whole body, was. entire
ly cnrnd by Radwav's-Renoyatmg Resolvent,
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Westford.
Mass.,Jias been covered with sores for nineteen years, and
cured hr lL R. Resolvent.
SALT RHEUiLThe most obstinate cases ofSaltRBeu-n
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
One gentleman wot. supposed that this complaint was be-
rprlilrfrr m his fjrmlv. :uttl !li1 rurt afllctjil trith Suit
t Rheum since bis birtfi, vra- cured by the Use of a few bottles
. "....,. - 11 . T-M 1 7 !,.. : . , I
... ..k. eiiv, d.liij iKmira nuu uic iuiauuuu3 llucum vu
tirelrciirf:catett from his avatenr,
IT RKUBNERATES every orcari and roember of the -body;
it makes oumL healthy and stougall weak, diseased
ana unsonaa pans.
WEAKNESS, in Male cr female, is nuictlr tured. and
thodtbiliUted and emaciaieit made strong-, vigorous and
.healthy. Jmimtance and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or
diseased of either one or more of the generative organs, art
quickly removed, and tin; body restored to a healthy and
SJund CQnUltien. .
" 'LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS In women, the nu
merous 'cotsptaiots and ailments which .cast ucTl gloom
over their spinU, a few dose-i of the Renovating Resolvent
will quickly remove, and )be most nervous, Gloomy aodtle
depreted, fevl healthy, strong and lutp(y.
Perjons wishing this remedy will please ask for Radway's
Renotating Resolvent. ' Its price is one dollar per bottle.
No sriall bottles, nor is the genuine ever soldforfess. Each
bottle bears the-fac simile signature of
RAD WAY. A CO., 1C3 Fulton St. N. Y.
R. 11. R., for said by Druggists generally.
' J. 31. ZIMMERMAN,
- - Wholesale Agent for Teunnessee.
i.. -- :,-- " MASIIFIELDS h CO, Memphis.
-- . IIUDG1N, WELLS A JOHNSON,
. novI-J-lnx ... Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants, everywhere
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheumattsm.Gout.pain In the Sid
jlip. Rack, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Lvil
White Swelhofft, Hard Tumors-, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where thi3 Plaster is applied Pain cannot
TImsc Plasfers possess the advantage of being pat 'opln
air-tight boxes, hence they reiain the.'rfull virtues in all cli
mates. ThU celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physician and the. people in general, bothintbiit
country ana Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
tiling about itv Yet there, may be some, who stand in nteit
of Its teaKce Jkw en who have notj ct tried it- i'or their
saton we win simply stateivbat it Imj Jooe in thousand of
ca-,61!, sud wb4t H will for tbetn nhed ned".
A "VOICE FROM GEORGIA. '
Reat the.t.'ilviftinff testiruouy from a PbyehHan.
Gk-vilkuen. Your Hebrew llaif er has cured io of pains
f which Iha'veiartred for" twelve yWrs past: Durttglu
penou t Uborea under air atmeuoa ot sir ioms ana skip, ana
- .ihc ate fairfnrrofti ennlr-n-irm of th muscles, br persna-
; ujm palus ii the swe or bne- " j
Tli r.u.hi of OfirEial.M r i -i! t.. become acquainted with .
ts"v.Vliie.-vbeo Ib? wHI recrt iir uv.'
. .. oun, rnAyt - ' ' W- WAIiKER.M. I).,
- ' .- is!? Monroe county. Kin.
T"olle-iASoirU i-Matvd, iu yilc04,iJi.
P'JBVi"DAVlD3"0fc HEltSEvr PtASPTRR IN NORTH
j- - tAROIHNA. .
MessiutieaYit A SiiBi.1 Hkv "been troubled with, the
chraiic rfteuu-ttistn Aw ib Iat iiirey eai. On thalstot
ftuj tSH-', wa- i,u ukiw i iviu i mm lujwt 114 UTO,
aud the'paliisn svsel tftal t hdtt 1 citsleptawIiikfotsiYdays.
At thist!memftfen4trgJ'by atianpreatrlbed th "Hebrew
Pla!.ter," and it acted hbe i'rhaim the pain left me and I
sleet more tutu half of the niht, and in tlim days 1 was
fcbhito ride rj.f I-rtsisiiftr'Thi- "Hebrew Plaster' thebest
remedy tor all slhrta of-'ruiinauotr in use.
- si ()- w' JJeMJJW.
. ' ' Hen.ielwia?ille,jr,.C., Aug, 16V 18.10. . .
w?" "tar rF" gr :sr -xsr ' vsr
1 ,. . -.
RewTsxe cf couBtesia and ba-vimitationsf
pgrThe pwiBiQe will rtifuinre Vavo the signslure E.
TajIdrcwtbestcdprtfeeoF-aved htbeToathe topofeach
b0; ... ' - - J ' - 'rk-
turchasers are adatcd that a masH-counterfeit of.this ar
iclti is in existence. ,. . . ,
Ifce- Edne H srtd only by us and our toturpmnted
britoghcnittl.eS.-KflTl no pMfeir 'VnLh.,v
DctJers aad purchaecra Kenerally are cautioned aeamst buy
bgrf"uTirrsrV. .envise they wtfl be impos-
edvtWw1WCrthtoM&rt,a"' PfOVIL & MEAD,
Fbrsaleby w cksjtrw street, New Orleans. - '
General Wholesale Anfor t Southern States, to whom
a Q crdera must bcaawrw-y;
KW1.N. DROWN A (..Na!,hvilUr,Tenn.
Sold by .
W. - J- u- iviw 1 , mi;
J. M. Z1MERMAN A do;
THOMAS WKLLS, do;
1L G. SCOVBI, 1 do.
UNITED STATES HOTEL. - ...
THE above HOTELIs now open for the reception of hrL
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS-lSlI
Ib's. long tsdabUshed and well-known House, has., nnder
gese a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
iVItnd faslnoneble FUKNTrURE.
The TABLE wul always be sopplied with the BBiT toe
moi-ketaflbrds-, and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
cwrse,bothnthmnUanIthe rrgulationa ofthehocM
geiSly, he will be enabled to give entire Eatisfaction to
by I wV. ' V . 7 SH"'-'iu woBueriui-pcw-
;n- I "''"'r'rPPBtsandiseasesaad wiltlnstinUr
i luirr urmmiM m.ij...;.. t. r .
in one place or r.ost-..? V"- ".." Brr.:' ...'.. . '"?"" 'VT I.
excal luci.mi.H. movea oruie, aiuys me most violent irritations, t or ail I
tendency to mls-.i, A. C'-tneach bottle. ,. ... , .. i
ESTABLISHED FOR TEN YEARS.
DUR Coods are selervd ai.J pt.rchafe'1 by ourselves,
"with great care in tha I esr markets, which -enables us
to sell low Jpr CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED U
keep drv; aad we sell an cheap as any house ia the coun
try. Toys, Poete Cutlerr, l'istols. Revolvers asd Sell
cockingSpania Cigars, J;i-.,iVc. July 25 tf.
DOCTOR YOUHSELE? THE POCKET xSSCULAPIUS
' OK;' EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
THRToHietb Edition, wsth One
.Hundred Engraviug shwi.ig
. Diseases and MaHorniariorrs of the
IlirniatfSrsfem in every shrceand
on the Kreases, of Females, being of ;
menirae-r irtrpcnaofe to" marraeJF
- pwpift w UjoMsoonterapUtiog mar- j
naure. uj iw-tAJl VUL M,.V U i
LeT'nofillier be ashjnvl topr.'
Sent a eopypf Hie jfiSCULAi'n s
to bis. child. It may ie him in. n
an earrv grave, isn iyi vnesg man NCi-JS
or woloaa enier into t ut semt nhi,. Tsri
r V 9 eiJJwsui.1 'Uf t US) Vf ItllUUt -XMUUiiiOg
-thecESCUktpiUS,- Have the mai-ris-d. or, thos about t5
be mamcd, any umiedufnt, rad this tralv neftil book, as
it' has been the Taenn of saving- th.xriands of imfbrtunau
creatures from, the very jatu of featb.
EBT ' Anyperson. sessdm; TWiNTY-FlVl: CENTS ta
eloseir in S letter', -wHI reevi r oM copy of this work by ami,
ortryecopie wiJI be;f-enl liicOne Lollar.
AdJres, tjposs-uud.; 0K. WM. YOUNQ,
tnarchIiV A'- vf.v Vr. PHixliipLi.
LR. WM. OtcLuVN,
LKBIAIf AND GKRJtAN EOOT DOCTOR,
EESPEUTVOLLY itwuMei t therrtiuAsof Nashvt'
audyiciuitf, that be ha retained again, after ram
dence of funrteeii vVnfs in the Sontb, and penftaaenlljla.
ctled hsm-selC ia South Nnshvilh-, at the, comer' cf csr
iujrtouand Pearl atrveta. where & nar at all times ha bung
by those who may wfth 'o wwalt hrro
IJ lus in bUposesiaAnr certincsi-t from men f
tn,ojit standing certiftingto the pement cureof Cia
'moi-t drrtrttswng cases of ttiefbliowmg Ureases, Ttt Ner
tou AlTections, Liver Complaints jJvsjwfisiss, Chills and
1'evers, Pleurisi AMhmas, Cold t'sxigtoi laeipierit Con
sumption?. Rheumatisms, Weak I.nags, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancero, V leers. Scroffulou.. UemoDtasM of tlb Lunev. an t
other Hemorages; Dtarrbcea, lHw ae) of th Kidneys. Mer-
Eunai uuu rtiienw lainui m ine itiooa; Uksoases. Ot iii
dren, Worms and vlmt other Dieftineidiit ta lbs ha
During fats resRIeoce in Use South, be atten led fo over ten
thousand different cases, all ef- whit he treated with more
than ordinary succeoa
Dr.' McLanc Hopes from his ranch experientsiu tha Medi
cal I'rofcisioiu and the clere of wieoeM tjt has. attended
hisefiorta herttofbre, to obtain the coonduce and paToc8
of th sick and aWidesJ.
-NasUviile, FebtJ ly. DR. WM. McLANE,
JSrViU Letters addrertRed, post-paid, to South Naahvuie.
VALUABLE IRON PR QPEEIY AND FARM TOR SALE
a"HE fubicribcr would call Mm attention nf tinsel w:.o
. wish to embark, in the lam business, alsa those who
wish io own a baodsotne sad fei tile turn, k tb following
property which he oiJars fir sale.
1 st- Jackiou purnace aad lands, tay about 2300 acres.
This furnace U on Ueavev IKm Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the fctook is the largos in the Slabt, boum
47 iect higb. The fureace, except Uw stack, is bow being
rebuilt, anil rriil be ready to pat in blast by the 1st of
Tern ber The roateof tte North Western lUilroad, as Mir
Toyed, passes imHMsikteiy by ttts FurBaee. The. ore u un
suiassed, aad Uie tiiBbtr aud gnxuxi admirably adapted
AIo, Uelfeview Furnace, and about "X acres of land,
including the Dickson ore bonk. This Furnace n on JoctV
Creck,-about three miies Seuth of Charlotte. Thero Is s
good water power, aSel also gooil Cunung iands attached to
Also, the valley Forge on Jooes' Creet. and about 3 -00
acres of land. The fall is -sfeet, and the bead ef water
immense. There aru some very ftne- firming landjf in thia
tract, and il is.altogether a mtut dessraMe location.
Also, thu Mill Ciwk pcoperty and Duck River ere barj.
in Hickman oouafy, Teaoesaeft The Mul Creek sites, of
which there are Bve or str. prei-nt tho best water powers
for the srzenf ths stream that can. be found tn any country
The- Duet River ore bauk is toe heaviest deposite of ere !n
the State, and tbo ore Of be procured with lew labor tbsn
at any hoak in the country. It ia withm half a cuia of
Duck River, and the lands amend are covered with tho
best coaling timber.
A!u, the Lower Tusqel at the Narrows of Harpcth, in
Davidson county, Tenmsfeefl. with ten acres of bad k
builring and machinery. It n unnecemarT to speakof a
water power at tbe Narrows oflUrpeth. It Is known tu
every unir, and twenty-five yews of experience enable tba
rabcriber to speak with crrtamir of its great benefiU and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only Wboseeatoba appreciated
Lastly, my WUIkimsoii Farm, en which I now reside, en J
which ipr beauty and- ffertiiity is second to none Tbe bonis
is Urge and airy, and the om-buildtngs of the beat descrip
tion. It is tnleVsected bv tbroui hern Railroad, and als.
by the Nashville and Franklin Tnnipike. It is 11 miles
from NashviUe - end 7 from "Franklin It is a "meadow
farm," watered by Little Harpcb, aad tbe beet evidence cf
Its qualify is trie Lay produced on it this yew, which aU
who have seen it, pronounce if tin best they ha re ever seen
ItUaltogf-tberoneoftheraojit desirable farms for beauty
and profit that U in the South-west. It contains about L
Tbe above property is offered 6r sale, not for the purpose
ofpruSt or speculation, but simply from tbe fact that tba
subscriber's health, malte it necesary to rcliere bimsolf of
tbe carp; necesssrilr incident 1 so much real property lo
cated, at different pajats, aad renders him nnabte'to give t:
.that personal attentlun wbieh it reqidres.
Any"onen-uhiDj;!opurchAse any of the abova properly
will plearecall 011 the rabscriber at bis residence, or ad
dress him atGood Spring P. O., Wilbamson county. Tia
neesee. - nugSl lai JL BELL,
.Cincinnati Enquirer will pab&ih the above until to 1st
of January, 1361,. and send bill to this office.
' -Fata asiil Wasater "
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AVI 3. Ohmtr Sfraf and Mnrttt Street, IteAtiZ ,
HAS recfsved bis hew FH InnoristiniM of RIC N1
ELKtJANTFAliL AND WISTER GOODS, to i.i
-be takes pleasure in iBVAietf tiu aitennoti of friends is
the public,' feeling: assured iht be eao 05er aiTgreit ba.
earns as can 1 tnund ih th lv.
IN RICH PALL AND WINTER SILKS.
Of IS? latest Parisian, ftvte-t, which are IriU esegas". 13
eluding a beautiful variety of tbe rwlK-vt and baacUio:
Ilaid, Brocade; Diock, Bawuieyr. Unpxd, tiunil, w
and Watered Sdts, as liss ben in thi.niy.
New ud EPBatifu! rarisiim PInM,
- Of entireuew design, ttiththe B.irilitnet sal
RICHEST COJIUINATION OV COLOIIX,
Including (he gay, guve, nchsiid elegant.
Sqw and. Choice Frenflr Ierinos.
Tlie raost desirabte colors m na-ket, em bracing ih - tc
'fanionablesbarie- -which the ladies w-.'I find beaittu'u,
ELJJG.VNT ItlCH JJUL VINES AND CAMr
.. AliUtES, ,
Of the choicest patterrw and matcbeuat.iul colors, and a
factevefv other ktod of Dry U.xJ.s.iutHiefbr
LArES and CIIILOREN'S U ,lRDROBr
Oduion Crape and EmbrotdereiJ Shawls, of alt fcr Js.
- eludinsr Jhe Rich Broche, or Cashmere iuwbc
3IOUHN1NC GOODS OF ALL JtLXM,
- OfRomJjazinei-, Alpacca, Cloths, Caruun, El-kxIr'X5.ae'J
Barege, fSrenadlns, Monrmog Sleeie, ( . .liars, Cbm..t, '
llaBdfcerchiera, and cvprvrhlug el suitubie for a
Abo a beautibd variety of
LACE GOODS, .
Ifoniton. Valenejeune, and Needle-work Collars; R!-"-Cambrie
Cbomiietts and Sleeves; '.a sett; Jaotiet
Swiss Edging, JoKertirtp, Cambric end Swisi Pltnrnc
anplique-woric. Also a hrfe asmitnoat if
EADIES' AND GEMEJIEN'SGIX)VSS,
Handkcr chief, Cravnlsj Stlk, Cotktt, and Merino Lni"
hirts and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AJfITA3niA GOOD,
Of Linen and Cotton Shee'ings and shirtings, Tabi- Ea
masks. Napkins, ToweKs. Cny and DiuiWsk
Flanneln, iu.iun r leunei. V i-ish Pljnnel-i aad
Cambric, Ac, Ae.
' ERENCU CXOT1IS, DOE Sltl.V AND
Tweed Cassim-ree; OtH-tWrngi". "f H kinds. And w
open in a few dart abeanf'Thr a-ortment cf thy
JVTEUT STVI.ES OI" l'ARISIAN sILOAKS
AND JLVXTIIL.Vs, ,
MaJeof tba very b mtlmil. Ac, Ac.
Gill and examine this laijre andboe aasjortitlibt cfpood-:,
suitable to the aUBWhiB? eion, aad you trill c ; b
dtsanprintc.! eBtfr hi styje ot prices.
SeptSL 169. JAMmijacnoL.
-77011 SALE. Fo 1-idtiabfe PtrewToii the Cier
JJ Fork Itiver, 75 mls fiwa h'aih ville, 2i hours trsrel
by stage well timbered, piod- st' farms, find the nrer
navigable for steamboat-. Tw SUseotlH in tiie'rear. Tamo
wLshmg to eogage in tbe Liaber trade, or ia'iisicg utocd
would So welffo give sw 1 esll. EkYI9
. &pt tf 5 ,. J,t tha. CvS. Mall I". ttet OfaW.
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