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NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFflCE-No. 11, UEADERICK STREET.
TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
'-to subscribers at the following rites: Single copies,
year in advance. 2 50; within the yeariS 00; at
of the year $1 00. Clbb3 Of fiveaud upwards
per cop for one year. CJubs of subscribers will
ceived for six months at the foregoing rates.
be TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday '!hursdv
anil Saturday, at $5 par annum in advance; if nv pia
d ranee, (6.
DAILY in published at Eight Dollars. ....
iST THE' MONEY H VLli CASES TO ACCOMTAKl
Remittances of subscriptions ma? bo taade by mail,l
paper will bo sent cat of the State unless the order
" companied with the cash.
, KASHVULE WHOLESALE PRICES CtTBHEUT.' 1
C0ISSCTK3 DA1LT BT JOH.NSO.V, HOES, id'"
Axis. Collins lO)
Other warranted brands",
ftj 1 25
5 S to
(3 ' 4
(it 1 00
Kaooxs. Common,)) dox rl 10
Shaker............ ..a 50
lii-crm. Ohio, y dot., ,2 Sil
Castings. Common Castings. lb 4
Mill Cranks, Ac
Wagon boxes, sett.
Coorutiax. Molasses barrels,...
u . Pork do
. . "vVhuky, do
w - i ; Slac): hogsheads...
4CorTOX Yauxs. Atkorted Nos
i j - Do. do.
- i, , Twine,
,,. . halting
Cucxas. Common, W. It....,
Selected do ...
. . . .English Dairy 15
Durham Frui..., .... .
Cobdioi. Manilla, "P lb Is
Hale "Rope '8
Bagging, ""-n ' '
Do. 44 do
. (!$. -,
CiDsa. Common, "J? bbl .......
'Camjlls. Tallow mould
Cincinnati Star. . . . .
. - porm
Coal. Cumberland, large.....
C-AckEBS. Nixon's, y bbL . . . .
C amiss. In bulk, lb.....
Corf ul Sheet, f l
Dttioi A Dim. Aloes, India, V lb...,
Do. Socotriua, y tit.
1,1 " 1 1 AssafoStlda .".YT.
Arrow, I toot . . . . . . . . ,
,. 15 (s$
.. .". '
. JJorox, reliuod
". Balsam Copavia.......
1 65 y
Gum, Copal, washed..
Do. Arabic, India. .
50 (3 '
Do. Urango... ...... 25
Jill Vil - .. r,..,vu,i
A)H lginBjass, lt'issia C 00
' Do. Castor, V g1
Da Lemon, iff ll.
.k Prussiato I'otaah..
-i- "Sf .i Ouicksilver. ."T
,"v S3, 40
Senna, Alexandria... t 85'
Da East India. 14
Snake Itoot, Seneca.... 75
Do. do. Ya 20
Sponge, Uahama 75
Do. Turkey. 1 25
Da Extra tine 1 60
Sugar of Lead 20
Sulphate Quinine 4 00
Sal Amomac 20,
Sarsaparilla, Ilond 40
Sal Soda 5
Sup. Carb. Soda 7
Tartaric Acid CO
' Vitriol, blue 17
Camwood, y lb 6
, rustic 4
i icaraugua. C
Fbcits, Ncra, Ac Apples, green, y bbl.libO
Da Uried 06
Peaches, ealed . .Y;'2
Mfi it CranLetnes, V bbl.r j
mm! Almonds, shell'd Kibe '
-i Uu. bolt shell"."
Wft'J H .; . Do: bard do...
uams . Currants, Zante,...,
j,, . Fdberts...
If i'igs, Turkey
.in Lemons, box....-
V Prunns, tb,in jars-
llaiains, M. R. box.
' Walnuts, Engli V !
llraiil Cream Nuts.. .
Pea Nuts, bush....
Pec ins. lb
' a none.'
r a uoneC
FxiTntKii.--I jve Geese, lb . . . .
' Muskrat -
Fish Cod. dry, V &
Shad, ltaltimore, p
Salmon . ;
' White Fish f. -i
Mackerel, No. 1
Da No. 2
Da No. 8
Grxsfixa. G iuseng, U
G aix. Wheat, ( bush CO
jn.Ti- Deans, white....
1 llran 15
Shorts, f cwt 80
Glass. Country iirands, Window S-10. .8 50
Do. 10-12.. 4 00
Do. 10-14.. 5 00
Da 11-16. .5 50
Da 1-J-18..6 00
GravoWDEt Hamrd'sKy. Rifle, ?keg.5 25
RlasUng 8 75
. Ilxup. Urown, V ton : '.120 00
llioas. Wett Flint, V H. . . . '. 9
Hat. Loose, yu
a 4 00
IlosxT. In comb, 1 lb .-
laox. Tenneiseo manufactured
Pig, x ton '.
American Sheet, .........
,i a none.
bii . t
.... il 6ft
...40 00 a 42 00
G , a
' '' " liar bloom
Hi r puddl'd and boiled '. '
Ij'tx'Stock. Hogs, -Q 100, net. a 00
. Beeves, do ...... 8 00;
a s to
, a 40 00,;
a 8 00
11 20 00
a 80 Oil j
l 50 VK)
- Sheep, t had 1 0 .
, CovsandCahe 20 00.
Leah. Pig, HW lb
Dtr, V T'
Lkatuiji. Sole, Tennessee i
Upper, V dox.i 13 00
Harness, 3 lb ).
i:iit ' Calfskins, J d .V7-0.)
' Hridle -'7 00
' Skirting, ?JK 2
- -Alex. Seignette. . . .
J. JDupoy 1 M
Otard, (Dupey k Co) .-2 -60
American, in bbls -35
Da in V pipes 50
Holland Gin 1 S'
Domestic Gin,.... 3S
' .T3 . ifaderia, 1 50
tfto. !! Rurgundy Port 75
Hba Crown, do
White Wine, bbl 15 00
Claret, in casks ; 85 00
a 40 00
n (Do, in boxes, i
.2 60'i (tflSiOOJ
mm "i I-
'Common Reclifled;'.1:-'. ; . . .
Da Pike's Magnolia., j
Roberupnj rquntyi ,tis
llonong-ahela. , . .
o " 2?
25 a .,23
35 a 40
35 a 45
IwurDon.,.,..,.,.,,.,,..,,. S5a-4 45-
-"d.lrish and Scotc'li,;'."..'-".
5 W "a '.ftrt
ii -Kn tit. Aieoiiots, iKgV2.lirocr.,..i..'. iO.u.a!" 70
Aans.-ia.ls, lOdkeg.....,,-...,.,,, 5.00.
Do d,..'.... 5 0 . ow6 50.-
Do 6d. ....:h'.'.,f.iVl'.l.i.r?SW,,,6,W
Otis. TanrierT. bbl '.20 00' a-Sr O'o
Ijird, fJgatl 90. La -L00-
iSa:fw :::-:AS8 - 2 -1 g
Refined Wbale s'f.t.'.ii'.-l'SO'1 a 1 90
Sperm, winter, in-.ti cHl'TOiKa 'i f
l)o Fall j . j.. -a-.., ..
Oakux. Amncan I? a .
Paixts. White Irfadey.'t'.'.'Hr.Ch " ,(. a ' 250
..!,' BedXeadi-Cinciunati5'...,vr,''l' i9J4'ai'""I''1o
Lclharge -...;.; M Oa 10
Russian HIuc , . , , , ... t., , 1 .00 . L 25r
J'' U , id
Chrome 'Yellow .
i Do- Bed,:C...:V.
. Putty, ,
Spanish liitwn .......
........ 4 a
lUfis.TUps, 1) Hi.', cosh'. . .
Kict Cariiliiii. .fresh'!:
a -none; '
Sait. Kanawbn,?? bushel
Ti 1 2? 1
.. o i -. fiO
2 50 , a 2 75
2 25''V 'S'CD
5 00 a 6 50
S 25 a, ,8,50 ,
j.ivc:rpuui, une sacK.... ....... ,
j'.' 1X -coarse.'
-SttDir-Clovers,.. C... :
. FlaxiSecd,- 66 Jli....
Spices. Cassia, in mats, ?!!.:'.' . .'; ,
Soda.' Per pound.... .. .".
SAVi-KTEa.' Itefiried,? lb
lUa , 10
J Stiux." American Blistered.
1 -2 i in
15 a 16
German ..'..':..'.. J2W
"i Cast . '. !. ; .v. . J .'. r??'.'lu 'l8'Aa
Ruck, p bag ; ..
ft .. a
Nashville, No. 1 . . .
-. Cincinnati, do,...'.
TfiXGunpowder,' lb'. ; ;
; Voungi Hyson .i,.'.J..f.!;i,
Tix. Eugli sh Mode. , .... ,
linnet " . -tJ- .. i
i- 40 t " 60
Tau.ow. Rendered .!."
VcoCTAnuES Potatoes, Irish...;......-,
TixEOAR. Cider, pbbl.....
Wool Well washed ii.;..t... -
Common to good ....j.. i.;.,..
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOE SALE .
ripUE subscriber would call the attention of those who
Thisfumaco is nn Reaver Dam Creek. Dickson county.
Tennessee, and tha.stack is.tba largest 3n the State, being
II lev lllgll. AllCIUlllUCU, lia'pi lUtJ PU1CK, IS UUW LK.'Ulg
surpassed, and tho timber and grouau admirably adapted
for coaling. " L . '- b j
Also, Relleview Furnace, and aboat 8600 acres of land,
including the Dicksou ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek; about three miles Soflthfof 'Charlotte. There is a
go6d v aWtpoiTer,xnd .also good fkrmiiig lands attached lb
Alsothn Valley, Fnrgeoh Jones' Creckv'ond-aLout"S7,-00
acres of land. The Jail is 23 feet, and the head of water
immense. There are some very Cue farming lands in this
tracVand altogether -3. most desirable location.
A lo, the JI ill Citek proerty and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. Tlicilill Creet, sjte.-y pf
which there are five or six, present the, best, water pojvers
for the siie'of the stream that can bo found in any. country.
The Duck Jtiver ore "bank is the heaviest deposjte'of ore in
the State, and the ore ran' be procured with lexs labor than
at any bank in the coun(rjf It is within half a mile of
Dutk River, and the lands around tire covered with the
best coaling' timber.
Also, the Lower TuRnel, al the Narrows of Ilarpeth, in
Dnvidsoa county, Tennessee, with ten acres of laud for
buil iings and machinery. It is unnecessary to speak of the
water power at the' Narrows of Ilarpeth. ft Is' known lo
every one, and twenty-five years Of experience enables th
subscriber to spaafc with' certainty of it? great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only lobe seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my WilliamAja Farm, on which I now reside, and
which lor beauty and fertility is second to ncne The house
is large and kiry, and the out-buildings cf the best descrip
tion. It is intersected' by the Southern Railroad, and also
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from NishvilM and 7 from Eranklin. It is a '."meadow
farm," watered by Little Ilarpeth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the hay produced on it this year,, whi6h all
who have seen it, 'pronounce it the best they have ever seen".
Itis altogetherone of the most desirable farms for beauty
and profit that Ls.iu the South-west. It contains about 560
The abovo property is offered fur sale'! not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fact that the
snbscribof's health, makes it necessary to rolieveliUnself of
Vai care, necessarily incident to so much real' nronertv lo
cated at different points, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any one withingto purcliaso any of the above property
will please call onihe subscriber at bis residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring P. O, Williamson county. Ten-
neesee. angai 4m m, libi.i.
Cincinnati Fjiouirenvill publish the above uutil the 1st
Of January, 1S51, and send bill to this office. ' ,
VTEGROES FOR SALE Tbe'.subicnbcr has er
J. cral families of Negroes that ho will sell, at private
sale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to
keen them therein. Residence 011 the Nashville and Frank
liu Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashrilla JI. RELL.
DR. Will. aicLANEj.i
INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR.
RESPKOTFULLV announces to the citizensof Nashvilh
aud vicinity, that he has returned again after a re)
deuce of fourteen years in the South, and permanfcntlvla'
catod himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wnsl-
ingtonaud Pearl streets, where'lie may at all times be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He basin his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases of the following diseases, vie Ner
vous ACecuous, uver Uomplamts, Dyspepsias,' Chills and
Fevers. Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds. Couchs. Incinfent Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fit, Dropsies,
other Hemoragus;.I)iairha, Diseases of the Kidneys, iler
curial and .Venertal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other. Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in tho South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of jvhichhe treated with more
tlian ordinary 8iicces., f -' '' - A
Drx MoLane hopes from liiimncb :expfcrince in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree . of mccess that lias, attended
his efTurts hei-elofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick and aUlicled.
Nashville, Feb 'J lj. DR. WlLSIcLANE.
S"AULetlisa4dressed,post-paid,to Soutli N'ashville.
CASH ! CASH 1 1
WNTKl) at the South Nashville Furniture Factory, of
good SEASONED LUMBER '
lOO.OOofeetof linch Walnut Platik--wide; -50,000
do ;s'do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do dor '
100,000 do Walnut Scantling,- 8 feel long, 4, 5 A'C in.'sq're;
ioo,WV uovuerry 110 uo - dor ',
100,000 do lincb. Cherry Plank wide;-
50,000:doi iia do do
50.000 do 2 do do . do: ' '
50.0V0:do, Ash j-anfeiug from lVto in Ihick wide platik
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which CJisA will be paidiHlidulivcry." '- ' - - '
Also, 25.qr 30 good CAJ S INUEMA KERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. ,Abo, 1 pr 2 good UP
HOLSTERS. None butgood.workmcupce -apply. I
IA.M jnt leccivinga hnejissortmcnt ntf nr
nitura tf Uie latest nud most atinruvVd
t les, winch will be warranted as reeomniend-f i 'I '
eJ. and ill lie ool J as cheap as the cbeanest, Havine 'en-
ar(;ed?iiy Wait; ruiHii 1 aliallli-epan assortment 01 Gil
bert's superior Pianos, atai Window Shades, Clock v Mir
ror. Ac. I'miuuireof allliiids: fuadcto Jii-der. Articles
sent lief to tue 1-uilMiJ r umit here in the city. Remem
ber 4. Union sirtfl, Cheip linrnitura Depot
P7 1. II. MORTON.
fsoarrn kg new.
rnllU; SO.UTIIj VAMit U,t,Upi
L MA.NUrAC.MURl.NG. liOMPANV, art
j!1ty.-'pludiil.a.-jii-liiient of Plain and V
lion to purchasers work warranted
Call and examine their stock. -. Orders' for WoHc attended
wiui uespaicu. It. Uj UHUUMM, 1'rPS't.
W. UNAvct Sec'y wp"t
I70R s.Vl.Ki-a-rour valuable! Farmsj -vn the Cauey
? Fork River, 75 miles from Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farmR, and the river
navigable for s!eambo4ts 7 pr.8 monthjinthe vear, Those
wishing to engae in the Lumber (raHu 6r fii raisinir stocek
' , " " Al'Ll DAVIS,
4-5!?Q .bLembarkjn theJro,Lusinei3,.alsq.thoso.,who
wish to own a handsome and fertilearm, to. the following
property whicMieb!Iers,forsli t i ) f
1st. Jatfb-on Furnace' and brfdssav abont 2TP0 "acres.
r 7 "vp'iua .lat.visia-L-t, i nomas fvv
SgnewtUildhij.l(boUveea llhUm Unll and theVgs,
are. which thev od'er' at nricestd mitmirchiiin-o ITri
at whole Mie aud retail. ' They intend to irive satisA
JiEW DUUG -STORE.
...... J. O. BR0WU,
- (jbrmeiiv of Vie firm oEwln, BroumS Co.y
r. t'i : . . 1- f J r
Ko748, College street, three doors from Union, where he
will be pleased to watt upon bis old friends &nd citizens gen
erally. ' Particular a'tention is given to Physicians Pre
scriptions, which will be filled with acenracy and dispatch.
Siikgical IssTccuttrts. comprising Pocket Cacs. assort-
I'Dcktt vial uases; several new pauerna; pecllIums,
ment. Ac. Trusses in every varielr a complete assortment
of evervtliing usually tern in Uii linomsv be louno ai
aug7 . J.G.DltOW.VS.
CHEMICALS A large Mock,, and from the be.tt
manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before
...... V i i ' - j .1.;-
orouguiioims market. Aiienuon oi A uysiciaus iu iuu
part ot mi stock is respect! ully solicited.
1 aug7 J, O. DROWN.
TEirMUA-ARROW ROOT. Warranted Jier-
JLJ fectly pure and fresh: full supply at .
aug7 J..G. DROWN.
Rosa Rear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor
Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as-
sorxinem oi nam no rancy.-oaps, iiait urusiiw, vc, a,u.
Shell and lliitr.ilu Dressing and Fine Comb, Ivory da Pow
der runs and uoxes, uiiy vy niie, AiaDasier, c
aug7 . J G BROWN,
D EKIN TEA COMPAN V. I have a full supply of
JL:- tbe.best qualities of Tea. put np by this uonipanv.
i: "n9 same lonnenv Keni or r.win. .urown a v-a. iucu
gave Such general sitiffiftion. The Ne Plus Ultra Black
Tea and Plantationjmperial are thought to be superior to
any in this market: alsoj Teas in small caddies of 2 lbs
each. aug7 J G BROWN.
CONGRESS WATER I have made arrangements
J to keep a constant supply oi tins water, wuicn i receive
aUff7 JO BROWN.
CjTON'E WARE Of all descriptions and best quality;
i also. Flower Pots, assorted sixes.
J G BROWN.
BAMROO FISHING POLES 100 iit xeceived;
also, a full assortment of Fishing Tackle, Limerick
Hooks or Snoods, pointed Poles, Ac.
- aug7 J. G. BROYN.
J70R THE HAIR Lyons' Kathanon, llogle's ilype
?i rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchugh's Tricopherou', at
TARCH. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, superior article ofcouutry made Starch.
ig7 J. G. BROWN.
TURNIP SEED. A large lot of Summer and Win
ter, and Summer and Winter mixed.
nug7 J. G. BROWN.
"TT'OR JELLIETi. Sparkling Uelatiue, Uooper- sueuf
JP Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot of
Flavoring Extracts. nugT J. G. BROWN.
IEXINGTON 31 USTARU, in , X, and 1 lb Cans;
fresh and just rea'd. aug7 J. G. UROWN.
"7"EAST POWDERS and Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
X ger, White Lead, Red I-cad, Chromo Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Ac
.augj J. G. BROWN. 43, College st.
THE HAZARD POW
Of HazardviUe, Connecticut
A. O. nAXiim, PttES T. A. E. DOCaiSS, SEO Y.
rtONTINUE to furnish Gun Tf wder of all their well-
known brand. Ktntaehi W1U: American Sporting
jndian Jlifie in kegs, half and quarter kegs and caunisU?rs
of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
BLASTING AND MINING
purposes. The reputation oi tneir uun rwuv is wo wen
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
mf J'uicdcr Mqiol, NoruVeast corner of the Square.
S. II. L00MI3, Ag't fortbe IL P. Co.,
auir2 tf Nashville, Tenn.
WALL PAPERS.Just re
ceived, 2,000 bolts of those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors,
Halls. Ae toirether with a splendid
assortment otGoldand Velvet Borders, Fire bcreeus, Win
dow Curtaius, Ac.
0n hand a large assortment of unglaxed papers, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
No. 20, College street, next door to th Sewanee House.
W. W. FINN,
41, MABKET STREET,
BltVlIS B.V10K,AKDIBJ SQDARB,
.. lashrBU, Tenntme.
r OLD AND VELVET PA
T PER HANGINGS. A Urge
and beautiful variety.
Decorative ivan l-apers, an
the Litest trench designs.
Uorders, liiuow i-npers, a easier nnu vcai
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Cheap Unxlnzed Papers 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12 to 25 cts. per Bolt. All forsale, aud Cheap roit
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
T3T- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE tliat rCaeE,
S tout's Coach Shop is ou CLARK STREET. tl
JUlyiy 1UA A. omu 1.
X301IA4 nODGK. .NKUSOS WAla.
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Dressers, tte., Ac,
aAo- 13, Cedar ttrett.
HAVE opened their new.establixhment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all wlw give us a call will
ii . - i T.. ..i i:.: u.. -t TT..:ptir.
leave weii saiisneu. ju ouuiwhi iu uiiucut, .--..,.-..
iDg, Ao, we have large, contmodious ami neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, caunot bo surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just.step in
nt sm wilh what uiui'ic we "make the hair fly." and what
a salutary effect our pure water lias upon a wearied and
cotu body. "'PJn
T REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
tin. Jnhn Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility, A3
he season is. advancing, 1 now oner tnose l nave on nana lor
200. L. P- CUbAl 1LAJ1.
- . x- i -it. m
JU-S2J, 1B53. iasn?liie, aeiin.
Nashvillk, June 28, 1853.
Cot- L- R.CntATHAit: Dear Sir: I-have been using
i, KllMtimrr anrt Xtiiwintr Machine natonlented bv Manncv
of Illinois. wTiich you are now offering to the citizens of Ten
nessee. Itis a HRSTBATE xanoa savi.no jiacuixe. ii wnras
keatlt and EATintr. The amount cat per day win aepena
principally upon the sjiced of the team. If the team can
ravel lour nines per uuur, w in i.up in .uvw , mivcn 1.1 w
n ten hours It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: We haveliadfor more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham s mowing and reaping
machines, we tiavetneu it in ciovcrana grain mown ana imi
gled, and I now state that it mows aud cuts cleaner than the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
juneVtAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
I- ANAWAY from the subscriber on the night of &j
X, the 3rd mst, his negro boy AMOS. He is about
20 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high and weighs jV
about 150 pounds. He is a .bright mulatto, hat straighl
hair and blue eves, and will no doubt attempt .to pass him
self as a" while man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of
Spirtanburg District, and was purcnased bv Capt. James
Bonds nf Spirlanburg C. H. He is probably lurking in
tho vicinity of that.towu, or may attempt bis escape to a
tree otate. lie rode ou a sorrel norso ten or twelve yesrs
old. which has a scar on both shoulders caused bv u arts,
and is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, h6lds
a tins head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
will be riven for the apprehension of the boy and horse :
the boy to be lodged in auy jail in the State. All expeis
for Keeping uie uorse win aiso do paiu. .
' NewbcrrrS! C. July, W. G. 'lfEEC.
BARBER AND JI AIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Ctiuu Stiicrt.
TTTOULD reiiectfully inform all who have any use
Y . for the fcervices of a Barber, that he has at th;s time
in. but employ a number of tho best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears iu
.Nashville- His shop is fitted mi neatly, and gentlemen tnav
always confidently rely uon prompt attention and comfor-
juiute &uyu xi u in'Lx iu tuuuuut- ui receive a imerai
share of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows how lo aiscnminaie. oeiween "gilt and pild o cr
" "BELL AND BRASS T0TJNDRY.
OKFKOXT, KXAU BROAD Si'JiEET.
THE Subscriber respectfully returns bis
thanks to the public for pasttavors, aud so- fr
licits a continual) ce of patronage in tho abovo J.ii
lini Also ' . fts1
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. -Together
with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal;
ic Packings. Balbit ifetaland Castings.
Soda FouoU. Generators. Ale Pumps, and Pumusof eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash, will be paid at all times far old copper and brass.
jun'e22 ly ' ' " O.COLK
S. -WlLLIAiMS'-Agent lor John Williams, New
tOrleaus,wiiI,mako liberal cash advances 'on Produce
shipment. . ', ' . , i "ulyll I
I3IPOHTAAT AUKIVAIi. .
THE undersigned having jut arrived from New York and
Philadelphia, he wishes, to inforni.his friends andibr
mer patrons, that Jiehas purchased as large and fine assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought lo Nashville!. They are novr ready for
inspection at his stole, the. ,.
WORLD'S CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
Ho. 11. Public Square.
I have taken, particular painsioliavc made-an assortclent
of EAra Shi Vb&xng or Gentlemen, weighing fromSOO
to 3,0 lbs., and whq ba,ve always beecpaying higb prices
the Merchant Tailors.
.ALSO, a splendid assortment of IndiaRobber Goods, and
. , VUl.Uliti.iiS' CJAJ14UAU,
from the age of .Cyenrs and upwards.
will take particular notice that I can supply them, with Cloth.
iuiu i utiiiouiuz vjuuus eiuier huului w& ur.ufeiaiJb,
low as any one in tue City. .
ALSO, just received a large lot ef fine Pluih 'anil Clolh
Caps, ofjVarious sizes, which I can slicedy-jictiver cent.
lower tlian any other 'bouse fn the city. "' r
' Guiu oMjeoms all, to " M. POWERS'1 '
worias Uiotmng tmponum;
No. 11, Public ruinsre, Nashville-
Coma one Cone all ! Tnis Rock shall fly - -
Prompts Ann base as soon as I '
FALL AND WINTER STOCK,FOR 1833-1.
THE subscriber respectfully announces fo'tlie denizens of
Naslryille and surrounding country that he harnWon
hand, and receiving additions dallyV'a larrftocb of Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE 0LOTH1NO, for Fall
and Winter wear.
Among Which May be follrtd: Flrte Black and Blue CJbtb
Cloaks, t-panish do. Opera and Congress Coiits, Double do.
Black, Blue, Brown -and, Olive Over Coats, .Sack, Pjiletots,
Box, Frocfc and Dress Coats, Duaiuess do., and otjier styles
and colors' too numerous to metttion.
' Pants and Vesti ofertr 8tyWindolor, lo suit the most
fastiduous. , ,
Likewise, a general assirfment of CIIILDRENS'
CLOTH ING. Fiue'Shirts, UndeNShirts,: Drawers Suspeu-
Valuscs, Cirpet Bags, At, Ac - ' -
Country Merchants, in particular, are reaucsied to olll
and examine my stock before purchasibgelsewhere. ;''
sepua l J'OWERS,
No 3tKiIarkci ott opposite Union Street
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold bvanv man or ehm
bniation of men. " Lv P.-
FALI. AND TVTNTER OOOTlff
JUST receyed at A'o. 1, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock' of Cloths. Cassimersand vistinm nftliii
ALSO A largo assortment of1 gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. Anew and beautiful style o'f Stocks.'
Shirt ColLirs. Cravats. Sosrienders. Gloves of fVprrdis-
cription,,Undcr-Shit U and Drawers.
Havmirmade arransrement withTinoof the best C!rithini
Ea.tab(shmenUi Nev York to supply- me,i Wtan jT Jen
nings, 2sSl', ltmailwayj I am preparied to pirer'to.my,"cn-
jomers ana iae public, notuing oi a superior style and qual
ity. Please call ami examine tor yoursehes.
septl a 1. J. HOUGH. A?ent.
WE have just received oar assortment of
. . CL0HIS, CASSIKERES & 'VESTHTGS,
of New Style-iiml Varieties.
Also, an assort mem of Fine Ktyidy-mndc Clothing,
and Gentlemen's I'urilishiiig Goods.- 'J
sepia.' CLIFTON A ABBOTT, .
- - ' No. 15 Cedar'si
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
OF OEIITLEMEN'S ' ! ' ' i
RE.VDY-3IADE CLOTHING I
II. JL. JESSEIi,
Arcada Clothing Starpj T
JV). 20 Uarhii street, opposite Me. Cnibir. JliiO..
TiTiVN'KlFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto' bestowed
upon him. bess.leavo. u inform the citizens of Nasb-
villa and surrounding country, that be has jut received one
of the largest and most complete asMirtnienis of OtiitUnua't
tan ana ttutwr VmUuwj arui luniu.'untj iivoat ever
brouirht to the city, which will be Xound unsurpassed in
(uahiy and workmanship, and at such low price as -annol
lau 10 piease.. i lie stock lias been flectea and made up
under my own inspection, .exvrealif suited to the wants of
the city. '
Also, a large assortment of
suitable fur all ages, aud warranted, to lit.
Asmy etoclis very Jargef can offer great inducements
lo' country Merchants, cither wholesale or retail; at very
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in'showing
the Goods. - H. A. JtSSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 23 Market st,
oct6 3m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR THE TRACK.n
THE subscriber has jutt opened, ti his old-stand,-No-88
Marketstrect; next door .to T. W. A W. 11. Evans, the
largest and most elegant stock of READY MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he ever had the
pleasure of exhibiting to his frisads and customers, 'which
tie is offering at wholeiale and retail, ou such terms as will,
he confidently believes, give entire satisfaction.
His sloclc consists of Frock and Dress Coats; of evert va
riety of style and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests,. Orer
coats, Box Coats', fie, Ac.; H.its and Caps, a large assort
ment; Uarpet JJags, i runts, blurts, uollars, blocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large, assortment of (1 lores, llosiery.and
Pocket Hdkfs:, ttci all of which are "new, and' purchased of
the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly for this mar
ket. -. - ' "
Thankful for the liberal patronase heretofore bestowed on
hTm, he'invites" an examination into bis present stock and
prices, as, lie is oeiemnnea to spare no pains to please nis
friends and customers. '
M. SULZBACKER, Agent,
septSS Sm, No 53 Marketst.'
100 ba&rs Rao Coiifcc-
M STORM AiVD FOR SALE BY
NdRTH AST CORKER' SQiUATlE,
1 -1.11.21' r-Anrct' crirr xinS -
"T" O WD ER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter j half and
? i i i n. m ..: : i 1
wuoieKe. ienuc.-seu xia.iitu, ui jkegs aim parrels.
A full sunnlv of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to auy in the market, always on hand and for
salaby julyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
QAFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
l... (1... nn'mnt manilft)M,1..H fr,f e.ta V.r-
CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO.
at W. n.GoBno.v A Co.'s., Public Square.
GEORGE W., COOK,
ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAND AGENT.
t oco lllase, Texas.
l A ILL attend to Uie collection ot debts, and the investi-
I T. aU0A.'Ifid perlectingoi land titles in Teia
Hou.0 W..O. Torros. . iHon. Natoas Geiet, t
" R.G. M'Kis.vKr, IL.RiDt.tnr, iA
" R. Ii. CAiirniCfw, ' Aug Cauktuies,
fcJoux L. Uiuex, Governor WjuB. CAKrBUi,
GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On OulU-jo ttrtft. om aanr-Sfoth: of the Sauare- '
rpHB uiiders-:gned' would respectfully invite citizebs'and
I straneers' mssine through Nashville, to call at their
stare -and examine the mmi elegant assortment of Finishing-
JTS 1 1 1.. . .1 II, T. I . . R
ana ra!icyjroous,everonugui iu na.invine, vvenaveasail
times the latest styles and best quality of Goods, and Invite
special attention tooirr Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, whiih
wewarranirooe wen maue, ana 10 ui oetter-man anyotner
style of Shirtsj Oiir stock consists in part of Linen and
Muslin Shirts, every size Hnd quality, bilk. Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Bpjwn Cotton Shirts and
Drawers', SilK Mtrntb; 'Snaker, Lambs' Wool, Cashmere,
Brown Cotton and" 'Country Knit Half Ho!, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog Skin, Clolh, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlefs, Sscarfs, Cravats. Stocks and
Ties, Suspenders, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Robe dc
Chainbre. Trunks. Carpet Bairs. Umbrellas. Canes. Razur
Strops, Snaps, Cologne, Odors, Oils, Tooth Powders, Hair
Ylosties, lMiii, Jia'.Ulotn, rall,and llair llruslies, t'orte
Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxttr, Dressing Cases, and
many other atticles too numerous to mention.'
. ii uinies underwear of bur, Merino, Cashmeie and
Cotton. Gum Goods, Goodvear's Palent, best articles.
Remember the number 50.
Furnishing: Store, College street 1 -tleac South' of the
Square, -Nashville. octll: -
"tVAXUA " LE LANDS FORSALE.-BY VII
"y 'tue of n provision in the will of John Divis, dee'd.,
the undersigned ofleis for" sale the following valuable Tracts
of Laud, viz : 473 acr3 on the Teiniessee river, immediate;
ly above me raovlti ot Due hver, anordingthe best loca
acres' on the East sjde of Biiftalo river, nearthe Hurricane
lwttpm, sna iva acres near me v est side ot uuUalo river,
near its tnouih. Terms made known on application "to the
JP. NORTON. I -,,
EWD. D. HICKS.
-1 7-ALIIAULE CITY FROIUiRT Y FOR SALE
The undersigned, being authorized by a resolution of
the Board of Major and Aldermen of the Ortyof Nashville,
at its meeting on" the. l ith instant, to. disposapfjhe following
valuable property, to uit: f
."Lotc, 03. 22 lind on the west side of Stinimcc street,
fronting on faid street 30i-et aud running bark 210 feet to
au alley, on h.ic! there is atiyostoryBRiCK TENEMENT;
occupied at present by Wm. O. Hurt, Ako, Iit Na 23,
situated on.lhe. 'west side, of Cherry street, south of Broad
street, froritirig on Cherry street 53 ft et, and mnning back
lisl feet,,ia width thrre are'TtVO TENEMENTS, one of.
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots will be divided
to suit purchasers- F)r a. .more, particular description ot
said loty, re rerence can be made to Hook, No. 14,- pages C05.
and-"o6 inthe Ri-gistcrM olhce of Davidson county.
The above property wdl be sold at private sale at any
time between now and the 17th day of December next, and
if not sold previous to tliat time, will be offered on (hat day
atPUBLlO SALE, i
The abore named property will bo sold on a credit of one,
two and ilirteiyttir. .Notes payable in Bank without inter
est, with good endorsers, and a lien retained until the pur
chase money is paid; ' W. II. HORN, Mayor.- '
Txt2l If. :
T7"ENNE'1T.ALE. 50 barrels of this celebrated and.
IV popular Ale in store and tor sale low by
" . . ', , McCREA A.TERRASS,
lHEESE;100'boTts just received per' Shipper, and
J tor sale low by ' -,oet20J McCItEA TERKASS,
tion on lennesseenycr tur a commercial point; IjO acres on
Duck river; oppositd.tlie .mouth of Pine river; Zl acres
artfoininir the town of Pcrrvv'He. in Decatur couuitv: STlS
BAOTrDTQ'S PAIE3T LACE. OH ABDOMIIfAL STO-i
I If'Jj; weak and delicate per-ons, male or female, and those
1 ..,whor afflicted wiSi the lollowmz diseWs. Tic -
Paloitatn Tit"' r?,? eeaingoi tnt umg.
Pain In u,. f.,v. -Vf. vosnveness and Poies,
in'ni- i&S?E.fe.rtK?1 largement of
jcut f ji.. t- .. r . i, w' j wni-B. am a i ph.
..yvuiuer, romnKoi me Bowels. an,t T.
1 ZlCL pSu rw' "T1 0r- Vovrti,.
iS I JlEortion. and IWrfnl Pr" S ntlCD f
Abortion, anaiinfulPreenaey,and thi d 1.
and W canness, common to clerks, mechanics, studenti.
seamstltsses, and others 'wlioteep inclined po4iiioh. "
Theslibsoribcrhasbad the exclusive sale of this etilrat
td -BrattJ for several rears, during which period a Urge
number have been sold to those who have; given the- highest
Jestiroonials of theiremarkable curative powers. The most
Satisfactory references can be given to persons in fhe city of
'Nashville and surrounding country; rurtliermorcV they are
recommended bv some of the uiostcetebratcd and extensive
J'ractitiopers of Medicine in Nashville aud the adjarcot
country t For sale bv U (1- SCQY EL.
Druggist and Apothecary, 'North side of the 1'ublicSquarc,
three doorg West of the Nashville Inn. ' ' a'ugl9 if.
I, DR. HURTS' PILE OOTmENT
S PREPARED fortbe Grsfenburg Coiqpanyby Dr.
Bexj uiik Li but, of New Hampshire, ne rs a 'I'hvslcian
eighty-ight years ot heaud has for the last sixty-three
years used tins Ointment jn his practice. A cure is war
ranted, no matter how extreme the caie.
This is sufficient to induce every perxro sruTeriD' under
this disease to tryit. PriwoerBottlu"K-
Tlie Vegetable Fills, -preiiatTd by the Grafcntrarg
who attest their value.
The frufoiwration of Medicine is ta give increased activity
1. 11... rv,..,w, 1 1 . , .- . .1 .
i . aire uauu cuasiaiuiv nr mi!iurii-i m Frint.4init4
causes Of disease. Forall hilliou-l iltsnnlrrs. t!ns(!rHni
- "i " ' U..-S.-W.-CU ui .luiun: lurn u remnvai oi uie
Juiperfect Digestion, Deficient Actiou of the Bowels, liver
Complaintsileadache. Activity of the Stom'acb, Ac. Price
ireiuainrmii, wim iuu uirccuims. torsale uvall Dili"
P ocf I?; ALEX. McKENZIB. Agent
Hurrowt I'atent IMnuiution
HIS Jlllt differ from all others in the construe tlorr of
tlio upper or Kannlne Stoner which is -composed oi
French Kurr Blocks, enclosed In a eastlron C-as. which
form thebactindhdopnrthu Stone with a Cast lion Eji.dr
Ba9b,thani9ofsreaterexternsldiameter at tbetKittoin that
al the top, which !s secured totha back by (Vur bolts, so that
every block Is In the form of a dove tall, which cites greater
trenglh to aStODUlhsnanyolher uieihrrd which Is required
Inimall mill., wherMbe slonets run wttb groat fpe-d,and
becomes danseroustf not etronglr made. UaUoelyesany
welsbt to a stone of small diameter thut is require! without
bavil.g lllhlck or Ulzb, thai mates It lov heavy, i '
This mill is a square frame mads of wood or castlroo,in
tbeform of a busi,wllh liridge-tree. Spindle italanee.Klni;
Driver, and Kegalattn Screw, and jrlAdS Ui-bn tbe same
principle as a lari.6 mill, dlffuring onlj Ui the Runner S toner
this beiup of preat wclsht enable Ittoriud. nearer the-cen-teragreaterquantltv
ofgraln with les power than any other
mill now la use. Thiamin Is portable, and may be attached
to tteam, water, horse or band power.
ALSO, all sizes of Ert-ncb Burr M ill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
.Joseph ft.. .Barrows, of Cincinnati, is the inventor, for
which he obtained Letters Patent in 1R42. For alilnfringe
menti the purchaser will be held respocsible fbrthe right
Theso Mills do not require aMlllright to sat them up; and
all thai Is necessary to put them In operation, s. to attach a
hand to the pulley on the spindle, with s drum' sntadently
Urge to run a twenty-four inch Milt 240 revolutions iper
minute, attached to Gin, Steam. or WaPjr fower, Bythb
steady application ilftwohr.o power the Mill will grim) s.x
to 8 bojhels jerhourofs"od meal: and will frrind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch milt, If put lo its fullest,
speed, wll1 grind fiom ten to HftceabusheNperhour.
Thrse mills are warranted to be In tvery respect as recom
mended. DiRicTioxs roa Usi.io. Place your mill ahoutsurectfrom
the Driving Pulley In a level poilllou; make the belt of
leather six or eleht .inches w!d. Give the Stoneu revolu
tions a minute with tho son. Keep the neck arul flap of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the bacf of the
Uunntnj: Stone, in thesamewayas the Cross on the Driver,
that Is, the way they are trimmed to rub.
Kifer to Tnoj. Patterson, Ksq., of Highland county..Qhio,
Jesse Deal, Eq.,of Cllntdn counly. Ohio; C. S. Uratlbu'ry,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number ofoihnrs. '
All ordersdlrectedto JOHN E. HO IT MAX,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddleand East
Tennesee, or ' J. II. BUHItOWS",
Jan 20 d.tr-w.cVw.ly. West Front l.C)n.O,
ERB'S PATENT STRAW COTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT CORK CHOPPER!'
THIS vtry important invention has been' in nse about
three years. The inventor 'ha1 made 'irnproYenrenU
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
every one who has used it, and is the most superior machine
in use, for the purpose fr which it is designed, ' It is sim
pie in all itsparU, durable nnd easily kept in order It is
9elPfeedinnnd easily worked by a boy IS years of age.
It will cut straw or corn in the shuck from half inch to
three inches in length. Many certificates might, ba pro
duced from Farmers who have used them, to prove their
superiority over any other straw and com cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
thaUn it they will lind a valuable acquisition to their farm
' The subscriber lias greatly exfandjed his mcaqs,fqrman.
vjfacluring these machines, and lie how soTiciU for them
ihe attention of tho public, nnd the farmers and planters
particularly, of the South and Vet. He will hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly. ar(d ensutes 'all machines to
do the work for. which they are, desigued..
Being the. inventor and pateutee, and sole proprietor, be
will dispose of rights fbr counties or States on rcasoUable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
aud will furnish one sot of casting for patterns.
sep7-m A JOHN E. ERR,
DR. PRASE'S MAGHETIC OCmiEHT.
A "MR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of bis hair and
had been bald for mahy' ycavs; by the use of Viree bet
tie of the jftUfnttic Ointment, ha4 his hair entirely re
ttorei, and now lias as beautiful a, head of hair as any man
could wislu His age is about o0 years,
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age; bad
been afllicled with the Asthma from his cradle lie had
the benefit bf the best medical advice (hat a loving and
wealthy father could procure, witlxnit avail. It was one1 of
the most aggravated cases I erersnw; ha was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. Bytheuseof afety Ixittlesof .Uie Oirit
menthc was thoroughly cuitJ, and for seven myoths past has
enjoyed rbbnst health.
This was an extreme case ot infiimmatmn cf the ipleen;
of long standing; nas a vai tety oi treatment trom no less man
eight dinercnV pbysicuins, .wnnoui receiving benebt was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic; Oint
ment. This waS four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still ill good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two casctfof ChronUSfre
Eu with Uie Ointment, both pf .the patients so ruarlf
blind, as io need an attendant to lead them front place, to
place. One of them 'had been afllicled 13 years, the othtr
about 9 years. They bad tried the be.-t physicians' in.ihe
State, witliout benefit; andnnecf them bud been uiider'the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzxy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen montbsand bad expended hnndreds.of dollars in
vain efforts to etTect a cure. They are now by use of th
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quife cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used ' the
Ointment in a number of cases ofPiles, and irfnW Xaeit
failed of ailing immediate rdief and generally a jxrmanenl
cure, 1 Lave also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but pot least. I have, within the InMyenr
cured four cases or CANCER by the pse of the Jfagattic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly' every
disease for which it is recommended, I cad confidently re
commend it to bo oue of the most useful remedies ever of.
fercd to the pubb'c Respectfully Yours, . .
BURTON HUBBELt, M- D.
Dated Jan 27, 1 950, Amelia. Ohio.
The character of -this Ointment, asan efficient remedy, is
established in. Ibis city. There are quite a comber of 'indi
viduals who. ascriba their restoration to health to the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by IL O". SCOVETj, ,.
i BERRV & DEJfOVILLE; ' 1
may6 CARTWRIOHT A ARMSTRONO.
I HAVE this day associated with me m the Saddling Ru
sinews my son, A. C. MAKCIL The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J. D. JIarcli A Son. All
persons indebted tq mf by note" or account, will please come
up aud make, payment. J. D, MAKCiL -
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a cuuuuuauvv ui iue. Miine is n-sicuuiiy soiicueu.
ian2 , V, ,MAKCU A SON.
LA-ND W.UlltAJVTS. We are buyingand payin
Uie Very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Pe:
sons ax a awanca naving warranu to sen DysenoiuK
by mail or otherwise may dejwnd on getting the hif
prices at which they are selling at the time in N ashvilie.
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
Uie cash remitted or paid to order. . . - .
july21 DYER PEARL A CO.
170R.SAI.E OR RENT. A new F rame-House jutt
1 completed with seven rooms, well plastered, and pa
pered. ' Situated on Church street, in I lines i additional
Nashville. Tho said bouse U about four hundred yards'
rromtha Female Academy, and wiU be sold on reasonable
kjSi fiuther. narticulan enquire of R.-L. Crenshaw, r
vp Sli al fe3
I'h'W156 COKDtAI,, a Phenomenon In Medicine.
"B.wumuiua.i.iio iDgtneneu.oy .
DK. 3I0KSE'3 1SVIGQUAT1SG KL1XIK OK COKDUL.
For eontnries, If adlctd science has been ransacking Uie
j vegetable an J -miner.! Llujrdcin j,lu arch of som thing that
j should restore the lost or decaying cncrglaC.-aie nervous
. and muscular system, without, taadrawbaek of tubseqaanl
' I:osiratlwn, wblen ail stiniuUnts. toolcs, and nareutica had
heretofore entailed. That something lis been round. Itis
a vegetable production, brought from tho sterile lUterts of
, Arab a thoSlouy.by the celebrated Professor JU. Morse.welt
known at a distinguished member of the loading aclentlflj
I JocieUesorthe OU World, and equally dfatiaguhhed as a
l Phjild.p a clietnUl.and a traveler. The juices hf this herb,
j onrentrated and couibioed with other .tpeUbla medicinal
inihi p results horotofora unheard oi,
,rj J Uc '"""J- ar' 'na tropenies miriou-
Di ArorM.0K3E'S WVlaOKATO-LIXlKOR COK
eoul I m i1? ii,oen,e fAhnlou. The public often dacolved
IL di,'J th2 nll"nd.aablliue truths anhoimced
un-ie or la hl-hatt class and rharactr arnnur lri.
TMtfo'lVK'. ,"1"?1-, WCKKDULITY "5 OVeS
iisuble. ' J 0f uunoor iclr t perfectly Irre
-feJ .hlatl -remeJica. ii nllcaiea.tho deplorablo eviU
mae ap liu-wonderfat inwhln. tailed man. It restores ii
fl Tlfor Bvery deBcate ranclion.eoan.cted wllh that m
,lm,SM.,""i matter and ralid, etrto
oula,rrani,.ordelictent In vital power, ItU revommended
as the only means of eomruuntcaUntlhat energy which la
BCCeaW InthB proper enjoyment of all tha natural appo
tit, !s ell as the hUoer mental attributes. Its bvnaueia!
enects are not confined toellhersexor lo any aj;e. Thefao
blegtrl.tho ailiug wIfo,thelisilcsj,crneTaleayoulh,thbOTer
worn man of business, tho victim of nerrnas depression, tha
inuiujuai junerlue Iroin goneral debility, or fiora tho
weakues.ofaaincle organ, will all fled im mediate and per
msr.enl relief froiatlio lite of ihislncouiparabla renovator
Tothose who hard a predisposition to paralysis It will prove
aovitupleto and oufalllnf saieguardasaiuttUatterrlbla mal
ady. There are mayy, perhaps, wno have su IrlQed with
IHelr eoiistltatloh, that they thlntr thenne'.res beyond thd
reach of medicine. Let not even iheso de.patr. Tho tllxlr
uuais riui utMiwis I.exUts, without refereuce to-causes,
auu nmuoioii.y remoieiue disorder Itaeir, but
Rebuild the llrokcn Constitntion.
The dennztfrueh'ts of the tvitem. leadln? lo nervous dl
cass, and tho form of nervous dlseasa tuelf.are soBDmer-
ousinai.ii wouiaroquira a eolutnu lo enumerate the mala,
dies for which thit preparation Is a .peclns. A few, how.
tver, may be euanlerated, vix: neuralgia, tic dolereaur,
headache, Incipient piraljsls, hysteria, palpllntlon or tha
heart, spiual aOVctious, uiutcular debility, minors, fiatu
lrr.ee, a prlckln: seusaliou in thu Sesh, uambness, torpidity
nf lha liver, man Lit depression, weakness of the will, India
position to move, famtuais after exercise, broken sleep and
lerrifjln droaniu. Inability to remain iu one placa or pvsU
tldn, weatneia of tha procrcative organs, sexual tncnuip
tarey.Kielanelio'.y, lnonomauia, fluor albas, alutlug at-tha
stjmach, fjinalo ii regularities, a chroiila tendency, lo mis
earrlajfo, emaciation, and alt complaints grbwing out of a
free lndutreiice of the passions, and all barrenness that
doe. not proceed from organic causes bejoad the reach of
Whecever'the organs to beactod upon are free from mal
formation or strlvtural dLseajes it Is averred thai
iUort.e'8 Invigorating Elixir,
wilt replace weakne'S wltbVitrLHTth.lnearjaeltvwith efficient
ey, .irregalar.ty wiiji un form anj natural activity, aud this
not only without hszxrUofn-ac ion, but with a happy effect
oil lha general tnraurzatlon. - Bear In mind that all
maladies, wherever tber bezi.i. finish wilh lha nerraua ara-
teui, and that the paralizitiou fcf the nerves of motlouand
sensation Is physical death. Bear in mibd also, that for eva.
rv kind of nerrous dlsaasa lha Kllvir (tnrdial ia tha nnlv rau
llAbleprepaialioa known. -
Cure of Nervous Diseases.
No lanrnare can eonTBV an edtinuata Idiea of the Immadl.
aieaoil almost inirxQuloas ehanjre which It occasions In tho,
diseased. debllitatad aud shattered nervous system, whether
broken dowD byexcess,wcak bynatura,ortinpalredbyaickrt
nes3,iue acsirunsaua reiaxeuorganizauonisaioncaDracea
ra-vivISedkndbuiltup. Tho mental' anl pbjstcal symtoms
of cai tans itiseasa vanish toeether under Uainfluenee. Nor
Is tho enact temporarj; on tha contrary, the rclial Is perma
nent, for ,lbe cordial prpriies of tha medicine reach the
cornUtulfori itself, and restore It to Ha norma condition.
well may lha preparal'on be calledtha
cf the nineteenth century. Itis, as the flritscientlflcman la
the world would have admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed la hare no existanee.
A Stimulant that Entails Tio Re-Action.
Itsforee Is neverexpanded, as Is thac&se with opium, alec
bolid preparalioDS, and all other excitants. Tha ecjet of
these is brief,and ltmay well basaid of him who takes ihera
'The last state of (hat man Is wow than the first " Bat tha
Elixir Is an exhllarant without aslntladrawback afa la Its
operation, perpetual Iu its happy influence upon the selves,
the mind, and the entire organization; It will also remoreda
presdoiu, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness,
dUUkoof eoclety, Incapacity tur luiy or bdsioess.
Xoss of Jleraory,
Confusion, ctddiness,rush of blood to the head, melancholy,
nieulal dordlity, bysteriawretchedners, thoughts of self de
struction, fear ofiusanIty,byrlochondriails,dypepkla gene
ral prostration, Irritability, Lervoosness, inability to sleep,
diseases incident to females, decay of Ihe propogsting func
tions, hysteria, moaomania, vaxua terrors, palpitation of lha
heart, lmpotency, constipation, etc., etc., from whatever
causa arisiuglt Is. IX there iaany reliance to ba placed on bur
nau testimony, absolutely Infallible
A Great Hediciiie- for J'cmales,
The unparalleled. elfrets of IhU great restorative, In. all
complaints, tncidect to females, mark, anew .era la the an
oals of medicine. Thousands of stimulants hava been In
vented thousands of Invlgorants concoctarl all purporting
toba speclfle 1 la tha various diseases and derangements to
which thedollcala formation of woman render heritable.
Tna-result has haretofora been uniform. These nostrums
havelndeol Imparted a momentary vivacity to tha nervous
s stem, a transient and delusive vigor to tha muscles; but
this flash of relief has been. succeedoJ by a depression and
prostration greater iban before, and tha end has too often
oeen utterly to pa rat) ta tha recuperative powerof tha nerve
and tha vital organization, and finally to destroy tha unaappy
Morse's Invigorating Elixir.
Ispresenteda a phenomena In tho materia medics hitherto
uuhearl 01 a stimulant without a reaction.
Tha herb which forms Its main Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by'all tha great medical and pharmaceutical iinlltu
tlonsof Karope to batn this respect tul generis. Dr. Morse,
whoso name is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov
ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exci
ted by the wocdarfally Invigorating effects it prjdnced upon
tha natives, lnf-clthe wonderful power of endurance, the
exhaualless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes, la
tieir desert pilgrimages, lj attributable to lha use of this vi
An appeal Is made to ,
Every Woman of Sense,
who suffers from weaknuss, derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, palosln the back, or any other disorder.whetherpecu
liar to her kx, or common la both saxes to give the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
orotbers, will And this Cordi.l attar lhay havo used a twit tie
or two, a thorough rectnerator of tba system, la atl direc
tions are tobe loaul the happy parents of healthy offspring,
whowonldr.othnvo been sn,butforth!s extraordinary pre p
aialloDj And.lt ts equally potent for the many d'scascs lor
which it Is recopimeoded. 1 houssnds of young man hava
been lestorcd by uslaglt, and cotla a single Instance his It
failed lo benefit them.
Persons of Pale Complexion,
or ccnsumptlvo habits, are restored by Uie use of abottladr
two lo bloom and vigor changing the skin from apalojol
low, sicaij cv:vi, iv r vcruui'ii unuu luiujuoiiuu.
To the itlisgnidetl,
These arosomeoftba aid and melancholy effects produced
by early habits of youth, viz. weak n-ss of the back and
limbs, pains In the head, itlmness or sight, loss of muscul.tr
power, -alpitalioii oflhxheiirt. dyspepsia, narvous irritabil
ity, derangement of the dlgesllvu funciioas, general dability,
symptoms cr consumption, ve.
AlenUllT, tha fetrful effects on Ihe intsJ are much to be
dreaded. Lospf memory, confuslou of ideas,depression ef
spfrlts.evlt foro-bodingt, aversion to society, self distiuil,
love ofsolitud.tttnldiiy,dic ,are oma of the evils producjd
AU thus amicted
llcforc Contemplating JUarriagc.
should,.refieci I bat. a sound mind and body are tho raostnea-
eisary requisites lo promote .connuniai nappiness; inui-eiry
without these, the Jourue'ythroughllfabecomesa'weary pii
grixage, the pro-perl hourly darkens the vlr-w; the mind be
comes shadowed wilh dafpair, ajid filled wilh thauolaucho y
reflection that tho happiness ol another becooiea bligbud
with your own.
I'nrfnts nnil (Juanlian.
Are often mislad wlib- resrwet to the cmmi and'winrces nj
dlseaseiiilheirkonsijid wariU. How oriea do they ascribe
tnolhercansasorwastiiigofthe frame, Idiocy, maduess, pat
pi titiorr of Ihetifart, Indigestion, derange'iuent of the nr
voussystem. cough and sni)tiiuis Indiciling consumpttoi,
when tha truth is, thatthey have bn ludulgiugina pjri'i
eious though alluring p ac'live, dustruClvu both to iclud
and body. 1 ' '
, ., ,, Caution,
I)r. Moxsc's IiviauRLitM Uo&diii has bean counter
feited by soma ulipnr.clpled j:rs- n-.
In future all IhexeiMiiua Cordi.il wilt bavethe proprietors
fic-sirollo pasted over JUe.CAf f each bottle, and. Iba aol
lowing wor.ls blown lu tla- ia---
1)K. ilOKSB'K INVlftuir ATTvG CORDIAL,
Cfl. III.VO, CBuPlUK-TOUy N.Y."'
7T"p The Cordial is put up highly concentrated, In pint
Paid S3 00 per bottle; two r..r S CO: six for S12 00.
C. 11. HrJf'l; PHOPKIKrOK.
I l'Ji Broadway,NeW'Yortc.
Sold by Druggists through jut the L'nUsJ Siatas, Canada
and West Indierainlalsoby W.fr'.tSieAY, successor to
snwrichi& Armiiongtearnerof-.Marktand Criad streets,
Nasbxillej Tennessee- loctioV-d,w4l;iu
' " J. II. CDRREY. "
GJIrje HfrM, A'o. 25, opptite Seianet How.
BEOS leave to inform his friends and'the pnolifcss-yg
geucrallr. that he baa opened a regular Cof-"'""
fin Room, and liaving bought the rightifor rxianufacturing
and selliug in Middle Tenuessee, SkilTs PatenUndistrucU
ibltf Air-tight and Air-exhausted Runal Case, the best
now in nse for preserving the corps; he will keep a suppljr
of Uitm omstantlr on hand, together wilh au assortment el
all kinds of covered and wood Coffins. U,fatP"PBfed W
furnuh good yearsei and any number ?f IUckn ttat may
be wanted: alsosbrouds of every description, made id tbq
best style, together tvith every equipage necessary for fune
rals.. AlttelrgraphicdespatcnesorordeM fKrm Steamboats
andRaUrcadstorfrom'the surrounding country vvill be
prompUy attendcd.to. PanicuUr ,tt,nt.o.t pud to pre
paring and encasing bodies for transportat on. Alt orders
left at his Furniture and Cofhn Rooms prompUy attended,
to. both night and day- he will give his personal attention
toallfimerab, Charges moderate.
j,-. B.Funiiture and Mattrasses pf every description
made to order and of the best materials, and warranted; also
furniture repaired In the best style and with dispatch.
vatil tf J.1L C.
VALUAUXE lWEl.l.ln HOUSE FOR
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale'his residence
on SpriDgflr Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known, on application to
R. C. FOSTER, 3d.
Or in my absence to Q.iL FOGG.
nnelT tf. -
JOHN YORK A CO, have on hand a variety of superior
Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered for
sale m rtashville. i.nery pemrarranua, vcu.
Ani.T.AUS P.VERY .VARIETY. OF COL-
J LARS, latest styles and best quality received and fo
celebrated It, R. R. Remedies, were tie first to discover a
Remedy possessing the- Mamloua and Mirracdcos power
of stopping the rooatExcruciaUnKPinainan instant, al
laying thij worst Cramps and Spoms either internal or ex
trrnal in a few minutes, raid soothr tK m .
Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic IWorear.
as scon asanplied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist ot
three Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful pow
ers over certaiu complaiuU and diseases and will instantly
RELIEVE Ihe Human System from pain.
REG ULATE each Organ ta Unltbr Action.
RESOLVE away all biseaaed Depbaites.
RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors
REBUILD the Weaknnd Broken Down Censfitnt'ion
RESTORE lo Health, Strength and Vigor aU naioanj
and worn out parts.
R. R. R.N0. 1. Radway's Ready Relief, for all Acuta
ConrpIainU, Internal or External. The moment it is ap
plied externally, fcr taken into the system, itwiU stop tho
it'J?.tt.pam and quickly remove iU cause.
RUKUJlATISiL-Mr. Granger. aa welt known in
Brooklyn i. was a rriprfe for nine vmis. Radway's Rdr
itelier relieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enableir
".walk two miles wimou: tba aid of stick or crutch 'in
three days, and cured him entirely in oue week.
Thousands of other cases eoually wonderful as the
above. Iiave been cured by 11. U. ljik.r c
CHOLERA MOUBUS. Radway's !Uady Relief will re
lieve the sufferer from all paiu in fifteen or tty mTactet
It will cure the most depstraie cases in afcw tw,i.
NEUKALGtA- The moment R. R Relief is applied it
aljaya the most painful paroxysms. It will always cure
SICK HEADACHE. It will relieve theniastdistrrisirar
pains iu Efieen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewea
AGUE In ten minutes a tea spoosful of R. P Eebo
will stop the ChilU and break the Fever.
Aches of all kinds, Pains ofalikuHb, Rruisea, ltnmj.
Scalds. Strains, Sprains, Stiff Jointx, Lameness. Oat ap
plication of IJsAlway's Ready Relief will, in a few mom ems,
entirely stop tbe pain.
It reduces swellings, heals sores, cuts and wfjotkLi, re
moves bruises allays the nist violent irritations. For all
pains uso R. R. lCelieC Look lor the signature of Redvrjy
A Co. cncacli bottle.
R. R. R. NO. 2. Radway's Renevatin
Kesolves, Kenovates, ilebmkb. It cures
Scrofula, ' Tumor,'
Bteodfa of Use Longs,
Sores, Rickets. Salt Rheum.
AsUima, Nodes, Canker,
UruDchitis, . Fever Sores, Rash,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Tatters',
The above eighteen conrafaints R. IL Resolvent will rai.
It renovates tbe system comp'tttalr. Resolving away rrom.
the Solids all impure Poisonous and iHsaused Deposits, frce-iog-
tbe Blood and Fluids of Lit. from alt corrupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Iftiilih and Strength to ererr
l I It I. - f . t . . V .1
LETTERS FROM UK ,H AUTH0RITT.
Hon. J. J. lliddleton. orV.'iccaaww. S. C wriL n
under date of May, 2d, ISW.thtt Had way's Renovating Re
solvent cured one of his negroes, on lu plantation at Beaa
fort,ofa Scrofulous complaint, of mauy yeurH ataadmc.
The poor fellow was a disgusting object of pitv; La was a
moving mass cf sores. The other negrves could not remain
in the same place with him. H was entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolveat, and is now at work rport
the plantation. To the peopled 3. C. Mr. Aliddleton Lt
well known, aud to the political world llr. Aliddleton unit
SCROFULA. TVhen the patient has been afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptom will appear on tha
mYlTltl 111-,- A : , 1 Si i . -1
aaiaujxa aaieriuuig a. iw ivcsoivenr:
We hare liad cases where old men of sixty yuirw, who
have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rad
way's Renovating Resolvent. R. Ii. Remedies exhibit their
efficacy immediately. They do not keep the afflicted pein
stricken suderer hugering iu doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instamly relieving pain, renovating; restoring, ie
building, and regulating the. diseased body, to health and
Mr. W. R. Oliver, of Dayton, Uooly Co., Co., under data
of May 30.1453, writes "that a servant girl who wis so rr
duced that jio one would gireathrtp for her life,'" She was
so covered with sores Cat there was K a spot of pirn fiesh
ofthe sue of silver doHar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured by Rad wav's Renovating IUirolveut.
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of AVestford,
Mass, has been covered with sores for nineteen years, and
cured by IS. R- Resolvent.
SALT KHEU1I. The most obstinate cases ofSaltRheun
wUl.quidlj jield to the RENOVATING RESOLVKNT
Oue gentleman who supposed tnat this couiphunt was h
reditaryin his family, and had been a fill ted with Salt
Rheum since, bin birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles
ofthe renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Kheuta en
tirely eradicated from bis system.
IT REGENERATES every organ and member ofthe,
body; it makes sound, healthy and stangall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
"WEAKNESS, in Maleer Female, U quickly cured, and.
the debilitated and emaciated made stromr, vigorous end
healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or
diseases of either ooe or mure, of the generative organs, am
quickly removed, and the body restored to a hsollhy and
LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. Jn women, Uie nu
merous complaints and ailments which cast such gtocsi
over their spirits, a few doses rf the- Reoovaling Resolvent
will quickly removeand Uie most nervous. Gloomy and ile
dep'ressed,"feel healthy, strong and happy.
Persons wishing this remedy will pleue ask tor Rad way '
Renovating Resolvent. Its price is oue dollar per bottle.
No smalt bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for fesi Each
botUa bears lha fac simile signature of
RADWAV & CO.,162 Fulton at. N.T.
R.R. IL, for sal a by Druggiits cenemlly.
J. M. ZillMEraiAN,
'Wbolesala Agenffor Tennnessee.
' MANDFlBLlrS A CO. Memphis.
HUDGIN, WRLLS A JOHNSON,
novl Im Chaltanoifa.
And Druggist nnd Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
rr-iIIE great Remedy furRbeumatam,l3ont, pain In the Sid
JL Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Sarofulo, King's EriL
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and alt fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of beinjrpnt up In
air-t igbt boxes ; hence they retain Un-ir full virtues in all e.i-
Tliis celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensive! r
used by Physicians and the people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it is almost needless ta say nay"
Hung cboui it. a ei mere may ne some, woo tuna m need,
of its healing powers who have not yet tried iL For tbeir
sakes we will simply state what it has dona in thousand of,
cases, and what lt will do for them when 'ncd.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read Uie following testimony from a Physician.
Gcrrujicx. Vour Hebrew Plaster has curec rae, of pains,
of which I have suffered for twelve years past. DunngUu.-s
poriod I labored under an aflliction of my loins and siiie, and
tried many remedies that my own medical experience rcg
geated, but wilhoutobtaming relief. At length I nsadyour
Plaster, and am now by its good fects entirely cured,
will recommend tho Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, or penna-t
nent pains in tbe aide or back.
The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted TV'ti
ts virtues when Uiey will resort to it use.
Yours, truly, JL W. WALKER, M. D,
Fursythe, Monroe county, tlx.
Ta Meesrs-Scovil A-Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW1 DAVID'S OR HEBREW TLASTER LN NORTH
JIessrs. Scovii. A Mead: I have been troubled with tho
chronic rhedraatism r the last twelre years. On Uie H.ct
ruly la-l'J, I was ta bad thai I cooM not turn myself ia bed,
and the pain so severe that I had i otsJeptawinkforaixdaya.
At this time myatleridmg Physician prescribed the 'Hebrew
Plaster "-and it acted like a charm; therein left me and C
' slept mora than half of the rugbt, and la thrco dava I was
able to ride out. I consider the Hebrew Plaster" tie best
remedy for all sorts of pa'ns now in iuu
tr sr S" sr sr est er
jlware of counterfeits and, base imitations I
f The genuine will in future have the signature K.
Taylor on Uie steel plate engraved label on Uie top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
icles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
broogbout the South and no pedlar is allowed to seU it.
Dealers and purchasers generally are cauticoed against boy
ingof but our regular agents, otherwise they will ba impos
ed upon with a worthless articla.
Forsaleby SC0V1L & MEAD,
111 Chartres street, NewrOrleana.
General Wholesale Agents for Uie Southern Slates, to whom
-Borders must be addressed.
EWIN. RROWIi A Co., Nashville. Tcnn.
W. W. A J. R. BERRY, do,
J. SC ZIMERMAN A Co.. do
CARTWRIOHT A ARMSTRONG, dor
, THOMAS WELLS, do ,
Ui a. SeOVEL. do.
UNTIED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDER?. JESi.
This long established and well-known Hcuse has under
irrae a thorourh alteration throughout, and furnished with
Sew and fashmneble FURNITURE.
Tbe TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market affords: and tho Proprietor trusts, by a sv.nt.s
eouree, both with servants and the regaiaticis of tha houJi
generally, he will be enabled to give enurt faction to
tnose wax may ravur bus mm --.
V g. iMWs---J-nlaTL. -Mtite-sisKife-