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VOL. XXIV. ....... .' liiriI-IEmTiBA KOVJBMBER 17; :185SV' ' ' '" ' : ' '.. . '
rTATTnisi atsjt ATvn?-DTn a-xt'H n . f,i,.H.i-i:..v..: i- "-. .... ..... i --.' ;' 1 - " - , - . vxx..
officeo. n, deaderick street.
i, ' 1 ' . 1 -- 1tt f Mninnqt "..'-"I . . . L " 1 1 L 1 J 1 1 k til t ' (II H I Ml ! I I - W -r - -w-
a uai wNK.bi U.MUS AND AMERICAN Is furnished.
iolimb.wbcreat Uie following itteuSingle copies,
fear iii adrauee. 2 30; wiUiin the j.r$3 00; at Uio
j uie jrejr oa CLuna Of fire and upward
per cuy for one year. Cliib3oruuWiberi--wflIbere-
etiTtdrorsiiinouUisatthcroregoiutfrale ' '
l,ATIIU't'IH'IV' i . .
miiii-iiLuiui is pubiisuea ever l ucsday i
uuojiunuj.iijj per annum in advance; u nc
ndrance, JC. . . . ' ,
OAll.Via ru.l.lUl.j-l .1 t!l,t 11.11
HcmitUiicca of Bubucriptioiu maj ba nado bytnail
lpcr will be sent out of tbe State unless the order
Companied with the cash.
HASRVXLLE WHOLESALE PEICES CUEEEWT.
conEDcm vkivr or joiixsoh, nosx, 4 co. '
Axes. Collins A Co ,...,....4,rlS 00
Oilier warniuted braujs., .y ob,
licEswix. Yellow '
,iS 10 .'.
I'uooiu. ('jituuion, doz...
Bccxrrs. Oliio, l tluz.. ...,..,...
UiirikQi. Couiiuou Castings, "Jf lb...
Mill Crunks, Ac..........
Wagon buxus, $1 sett,..., .
OooriKlcr.-ilolaj.va Larrela, ,
Piirlc ' ' do........'..
illour i ' do
Corrox 1 AC-vs. Assoned .os
Dozen Yarns, '600
' LU - I6. 00 v
.' l)o-, do, ?00..-.,..
, j , Twine,,... ....
CucxseI Common, r. It.
Kelected do .......... i..
I lJurliaui Frui.........
ConDiCL. ll.inilli, ) b...: 1...
Hale ltope .'.
Haggiug, 44 indi , i w
Do. 4S d
CiDto. Common, Tp bbl '.
Candles. Tallnw mould
, ., Adamantine
Coal. Cunibei land, large
Cuaciibs. NixonV, bbL...,
i-7 - &
i - Huston, uu.v.. .........
Canoies. In bulk, f? lb
Coitik. Sheet, l lb.....
have Ji Ijvis. Aloe, India, l K.....
Do. Socotrina, 'y lb. .
40 WJ SO
' '15orix,'relinud.... J.f .j
IUliiiii Coparu '
Drinutone, roll ,
Id (i5 "J
.' &f 40
' a. 75
55 feS CO
1 65 (it 1 75
4A. 0 g-Copperas.... i,. l 2
AM Cfe...!Tir.a?..t . . . .J .j 40
lialIs,Aleipo.... SO "
Gum, Copal, wiubed... 65 (ij
Do. Arabic. India. . . 80 . CS .
-Do. ;Turkey4 ' 40 ' ((5-
"Uo. U range 25
Jalai Koot, pulrerizod.l 25
Isinglass, Kussia C 00
Do. American-,. 1 00
Ipecac Iloot, pulv
Liquoric Paste ,
Oil Vitriol. ..i....
Do. Ctor, y gall....
DaX'.'Uion, iV lb.....
Do. IVppcrauut. .. d . ,
Ottool ltuse, Vox.,..
Quicksilver.. ....... ,
Do. East India....
Snake Koot, Seneca..,
Do. do. Va
Sugar of Lead ,
Sulphate Quinine. . . . .
V i ... l.i
, ,f.. - ... -
,i... - Sal Auiomac...
;. . Sarsapurilla, llond
-:,.. Sal Soda
.!- Sup. Carb. Soda
!. i.' Tartaric Acid.........
-...i, i . Vili iol, blue
DveVWood. Camwood, f?Ib
i u- laogtrocd
.1 - Nicaraugua......
Ka'nTs.iXr, Ac Apples, creen, tt bbl.l
no, duea, uo
Peaches, pealed .... 2
Cmnbemes, y bbl.-.
Almonds, hlicll'd lb
Do. tsolt khell..
Ikt. hard do...
. ' a H
., ... I .
". ' '
' m l
iA-inons, y box......
' Orange, do........
Prunes, y lb, in jars..
llaisins M. K. V box.
Do.Sullana, do.. i
Walnuts, Eng'h V'lb.
Brazil Cream Nuts...
Pea Xuts, y bush. .
Peciis. i) lb
Fe ITU-mi.- Live fieee, V lb
Fisa Cod, dry, y l
.Shad, Baltimore, y lb
Mackeiel, Xo. 1.
Do. No. 2. .
Do. No. 3
GDiStxa. GiiiMjng, yHj...
U niis-. Wheat, y bush 1 '. .'.
a , 20
Corn, ) ellow. ,
' Do. white
.Shorts, V wt. SO
Glass. Country lirandi, SVindow S-10..3 SO
Do. 10-12. .40
Do. 10-14.. 5 OO
Do. 11-16. .5 60
Da 12-13.. 6 00
CcsrowDin. Hiinrd'sKy. ItiUe, keg.5 25
Uhsting 8 75
11jip. Urowu, y ton 120 00
U11.1S. West Flint, XI lb -
Hat. Iaioe, y ton ii-'
a 5 2
a 4 00
Hale, y lit.
Homv. In comb, y It. . . .
J.J Dupev 1 i"s
Maglurv,.. 3 50
Otard.vDupeyA Co),.., 2 SO
Amoricuii, in bbls.. U.
Do. iu 14 lipcs SO
Holland Gin....t 1 80
t Doiiietic Giu 55
Maderia, , :1 SO '
Hurgundy Port 75
Croivn, do '. I'M
Wliito Whip, ?f bill to w
Claret, iu ca-ks 3.". 00
Da in boxes..
.-.-.2 o0i'.Jll5 00
Common ltwtillcJ i. '"0
Ikv Piko's Magnolia.... 25-
' Harper' 25
". Lincoln .?0,i(
, ltoberLsoii couutv S5 d
llisli aud Scotch,
, - Alcohols, 7C6W2 proof. . i
laos. Tentiesseo manufactured ,
Sheet,... .;.......;.-.. i...
PnUburg . .
1 toiler. lb
A ui( rican Sheet, ........
Uirpuddl'd and boiled........
Lit Stock. Hogs, y loo. net
Sheep, tJ head
Cows and Calves ....... .
. .6 rt
. C a
. 5X a
.1 50 a
OA VI i
' Do. Cincinnati,.
, nauicM-1 id.' 20 a 22
endM Naiia Xaila, lOd, t?k'pg.vj ft. igtt 'MS Ji 4it5
f , U, ,
uiim. lunner DDI ..
Urd, Rati. i. v. J
. Ij'ui-eod .v .
1 'VO"?!' 1
iih..i.ifl V$Mf til
w ., i!
a , .
, 1 jiAT. una JiCaa, p
Ited l--.id, Cincinnati
l'russian Hliiej.v.., wt.
Do Green "" 4
Do Ked;.jtie.J.WJ-i ?ai!.tot?:'25'.
. 3 .Whiting,, ,,,,., ,.,..,;.. , &,
' . .. .littjr,.; .. GKf-.
. . eneiianlted,cwt.. ,.jfJau i ft
v A ,,N .'-..i. utPinK .(..t.Ki.
J ejMIn UWCi ...... ... 4 ,rt
" "tiimllli.l-i.i.j""'' ' .n'k I
...un, piio, ........ . t .,
Wdigrisf.-t.v. '.i f0 a
IlAnsr-l.aKS,fAHi.;casb ..a 3,
Kick. Carolina, fresh,.,..,...;.,.,.. .. a none.
Salt. Kanawha tushel . ..TllA J f.0
-J.ivcrool, hne MckiJ..-ji.i.i.2 0iilr2.T73 .
. . . . ,
.. a .9. r.il
.jat-i z-.ia- .
a 5 oO
, ,MtIIctt... .......
.... 0 25
. a 0 SO'
in. . -SO
1 Flax Seed! "iVotf ltVlVr.'V.V
' -iiustttpi: ny.f '.'t i.
, . ... a nominal.
, r. C a
I Srtcts. Cassia, in mats, a fl. , .".
-Oinger,'groui.a.',.V.it'.-.;.i".:'' -"Il' 'a
Do. iace.rt.i.w.i.....,;i5..ts a
a l w
...Vaaa! 'i-'-! ' 'W'
afilT..-."- -'itJ i,18-
Soda. Per pound . . .
1 Hai.ti'ktlb. Helmed, 7f lb...
c. . il i J - " "
J Cr UlHlUU a ... . .
Skcu . men can BlUtered
f.nufrii iiisietiM 'i . jkb; Jl.i.
Pt-fiia-1.lt - ir 1
Gcnnati'.V.:::.;;.'.; i2ftB "13
Shesr - ia
a 2 00
Snor. Per bae .r.Jfff. MX . .
doap, i;isiue .. , i
Cincinnati, do'.-. 3,
Tec Guiiponder, y lb. .
Black Teas .-.ivw.t-i.-j
... .. -t
Tlx. English Block
.' . Banca .
. ' .T
. Tallow. Benderid .
Vxbitables. Potatoes, lrish.i.
.... Con a,
.j,.M. -40. a
.'. SO. a
Vixttnu. Cider, 1 bbl
Wool Well washed.:
Common to good......
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FABM FOR 8 ALE .
TDK subscriber would call -the attention of those' who
wish to embark iu the Iron business, ulso- those -who
wish to own a handsome and fertile form, to the .following
property which he offers for sale.
1st. Jackcon Furnace and lands, sav about 200 acres.
This furnace is Tin Bearer Dam'Creefc- Dickson-country
Tuinaafo. ., ,1 ..... . .1, : . 1 . 1 .. I.. . 1 .. ... i - 1 :.
.uiiw.vi ai.s ,Mv.fi.a iai;c9L 111. uiu oiaiie, ueiil
47 feet high. Tlie taruace, except tliu' stack, Is 'uow being
rebuilt, aud will be ready to put in blast by the 1st of No
vember, 'ibe routeoi tbeiSortli Western Ktulroad, as sur
(eyed, passes imiuediately by.Uie l'urhaoo.- .Tbaore:Uon-j
Surpassed, and tlie timber and grounu juliairably adapted;
Also, licUeview turnace, and about SCQO acres of land,
mcludinsrlhe Dickson ore bank. ThisFurnaceis on Jones'
Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. There is a
good waterpower, abd also good fanning! lauds' attached to.
.Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about .87,-.
00 acres of land. " The tall is 28 feet, and tlie head ot -water
immense. There arc' some very fine farming Lauds iu this
tract, and it is altogether "a most desirable location.
Also, the .Mill Creek nroDcrtv and Duck River ore bank
in. Hickman .county,, Tennessee. The, Mill Creek. Jiites", Jf,j
ii-mil-u mere niir in e ursix.'presem ine oesi' waier-powerrf
for the sizeof the stream (hat can be foujdin anr counfrvL "
The Duck River' ore bank is the heaviest deposlte of ore ill
tbe.btate, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at'any bank'in the couutiy. It is within half a mile of
Duck River, and the lands around are covered with the'
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of IIariH)t!i, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acies of land for
buiUings and machinery. It isunneresiart- to speak of tlie
water power at the Narrows of llarpelh. It is known to
every one, and twenty.fivc years of experience enables th
subscriber to speak with certainty of its great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Earm, on hicli I now reside, aud
whfeh torbcaety and I'ertility'is second toncne -Tlie house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings" bf the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, abd also
Kythc Nashville- and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
(arm," watered bv Little llarjieth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the bay produced pa it this year, which all
who liavescen it, pronounce it the. best they hare ever seen,
his altogethtroue of the most .desirable farms for beauty
andprout that is in the South-west. It coutaius about SCO
The above property is oflcred.f.ir sale, not for tbe purjiose
of profit or speculation, but simply .from the fact that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve hiuiaclf of
tlie care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo
cated at different points, and renders him unable to givq it
that personal attention nhich it requires.
Any one wishing to purchase any of the above property
will please cidl on the subscriber at his residcuce, or ad
dress him at Good Spring. P. 0, Williamsou county. Teu-uee-e.
- augSl tin ' ..'. uJLiB'nLIi.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1851, aud send bill to this ollicci ; i f T
. H r-t-f-
NECROESFOR SAT.E. The subscriber has sev
entl I'auiiltes of Negroes that he -will sell at jirivate
sale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to
keep them therein. Resident-eon Uio NaiJ-ville and Frank,
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. 'M. BKLL.
DR. -Wall. 3ICI.ANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
T laSrKCTFULLY announces to tbe citizensor N'ashvillt
XV and vicinity, that lie has returned again allrr a rcsi
deuce of fourteen Tears in tlie South, ami -ei-nuucutlvli).
cated himself in fsouth Na-Jiville, at the conierof WasV
inglon and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fountf
by those who may wish to consult him. .
He basin his 'jxissessiiHi many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to tlie permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ot the following diseases," vizr Ner
vous AtfectioiLS, Liver Complaints, Dyspc-isias, Chills and
fevers, ncurisies, Asinmas, isiius, uougbs, Incipient con
sumptions Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scrofl'ulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrha-a, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases "of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During bis residence in the South, he attended tooverten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with, more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLaiie hopes from bis much cxperiencoin the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that lias attended
his efforts heretofore. In obtain the confidence and patronage
of the rick and alllicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
1-SfAll laetlers addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
WNTGD at the South Na.shril!o Furniture Factory. of
good KKA.SON HD LUMBKIi
100,000 feet of lt inch Waluut Plauk wide;
50,000 do do do do do;
60,000 do 2 do do- do do;.
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, b feet long, 4, 5.t 6 in. Bq're;
100,000 do Cherry, do do do;
100,000 do 1 inch Cherry Plank wide; ,
50,000 do do do do; , -
50,000 do 2 do do 'do;
6o,(00 do Ash, .unguis from. IJf too in thick. wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Gunk will be paid on delivery.
AU. or 30 -rood CABINETMAKERS wanted, tdwhnm
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 orUgood UP-
itui-S l I.J.S. .Noue out good wormneu neeu apply.
FUENITURE! TrjENITlTEE! !
XAM jnst receiving a Hue assortment of ,lr"rfi?SSJ3
niluie of the, laiest and most apjinivedPyj?
t ties, which will be wamuiieJ as recommend-' I
ed, and will be Mild ,n cheap as "the clieaiest. Having cn
arreil niv Waro room-. I .-IliII keen an assoriment ol Gil-
2 - i
L ben's surior Pianos, aUi Window Sliades, Clocks,.Mir
tots, A(V Fiinniuie of all kinds made to order. Articles
;ent lree.li. the Uadriud or an vu here m the city. .Remem
ber 45, Uuiou tivet. Cheap Furniture Depot.
.ip27 " I.ll.MORTON.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
J MANUFAUHUUl.Mi COMPANY, are now offeriugi
"-tgyt;.lendid assiiilment of llaln aifd Fashionabli. Fiir
pi inliireat their Depot on Market streef,Thomas'f7
S(5iiiiew building, betwecn Union llall and thL.
Sqiui e,) bich they oiler at prices to suit purcliasers, lf
both al h hob sale aud retail.. They intend to give satisiac
lion lo burelia.-s.-rs work warranted.
Call and exaniiue their stock. Orders for Work attended
with despatch. K. U. GROOMS, Pres't.
W. L-Naxck. Sec'y P't'l
"TT'OR KALE. -Four valuable Farms' on the Caney
P Fort River, 75 miles from Nashville. "20 hours travel
by stage well titnberrd, good stock farms, and the
nivi iirable for steamboats 7 or 8 months in the year.
wishing to engage Li the Lumber trade, or in raising
would oo wen to give me a can. -
A. L. DAVIS,
Sept tf n At the U.S. Mail Packet Office,
WEXV DlttJC STOIIE.
1. 0. BE0WK,
(farmeflijof. &e firnof EwinrJir6ivn&rCo.
iXAtj opeueu, wuu an euuru new kiuck ui irugs,
llpilirinpii. Points. Oils. Perfumerr."1 It. Ac..
'on.lfie sit8.6rmerlyocchpiea by the old ,Crra,.
-,&-5iilj KoTtS, College street, thrro doorafrotii "Diiion, where
00 'l n.lILK ii1qi1 tt nrall nnnn lii- nfiT fripnil Kliil ritiin
OH I'prallr. Particular ailenlion is enreu to Fhvuicuins
tZ3 iflitcribtiona. whicU will be filled with accuracy Jiud disnatoli.
'il Kcccic.il. iKsmuursrs, comprising 1'oclCet 'Coses,
. pit. PiieVU v ul Casi: sereral new ratterns: SixTiilums.
otnHilf Xtidtvifp. AniTuitAtinir nntlTrriiiiininr' TntnimefitK.
i.. r;.- n..-it, v" i t-.. "0...1
or separate; Toolh lforeep and Keys; Stethescoe5;
rr t "i v ? . .
itnparaiu; nuiiuacn l unips: Lieciuni imini
a complete assortment
1 oferervthinir usuallrkentin IhiS line
inav be found at
rlllEiU 1CA JT.S. A large slock, and from the best
. inanulacturers. sofne exeeedin'lr -rare, nerer. before
brought to this nuirket. Attention of ,1'hTsicians to this
Ipartof luy stock is respectfully solicited.
augi j. ir. uuo ii
,TEIUI1IA AUUOff ltOOT. Warranted ler-
. mut wiw.uuuvdu, aut. dui, ii , aa.
aug7 -J, Ii. nuutvji
PEUl'l JMERY-l-Ib every Myle, rVeucli, Gcmian and
American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac, Ac ,
Tiotli Powderand Paste, Pjier's-VromaVc Vinegar, Glenn's
Hose Bear's Oil, Bell lavender, brown and white' WJndsor
'Soan. Barbers' Soun iu 1 lb bar, toireiher 1th a reneral as-
soitment tu nam itid fancy soaps, itair urusnes, j:c..c.
Shell andliutlalo Dressing ami I'lneUouib', ivory uo, row-
iler l'utlsaiulUoxes.Jjiuy wiuleAlabitster, c
auitf ' JGimoU-X.
'T)i.KIX TIJ- COJIPANY. 1 hate a Hill Supply of
I I .1.-. .... ,lIi:..A nf 'P.Mia ,,-.'1,1. 4ht lVmt,.nv
HIS..VJUUII,H.a.. V.IU.U1'U1 '". " '
' It is the same tonnerl V kept by' Ewiu, BrOwn'&Co., .winch
gave Fuehsreneral satisfaction. Tlie Ne Plus Ultra JUack
' Tea and Plantation Imiierial are thought to be suicrior to
. !.. ai :. l.l n... :.. ......II ...l.r.. .fu 11.
each. aug7 J i J G BROWN.
anv in uiui inaikei; also, im in suiaii wuuica o.i
"lONGKESS WATER 1 have Uiadeamiigctneuis.
V J to keep acotistantnipi-lvoi tins H-ateri whicu I receive.
uirecx, ifiKiLiuupriug; o gross jus. receiTru.
OTOXE WARE Of all descriptions uiid bctqu"aliiy:
O also. Flower Pots, assorted sizes. '
aug7 J .0 BHOWX.
OaAJIIJOOI'lSHIXC VOLES 100 just received;
Jj .also, a full assortment ,of Fishing Tackle, Limerick
Hooks or Snoods, pointed roles, Ac
augi ) tr. iiiiuiiii.
17&R THE HAIR Lyons' Katharion, Bogle's Hype'
JL riun Fluid, Birry and Clirchiigh's Tricopherous, at
aug7 J 6 BROWN.
STAUCH. 15 boxes l'roctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, superior article of country .made Starch. .
aug7 , J,,G, UliUWJ.
rpURNIl' SEED. A large lot of Summer audWin-
i ter, and Summer aud inter mixed.
TT'OR JELIalES. Snarkhni? Oelaiine. Cooper nneel
X Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot Of
rlavonngJaXtracts aug7 J. O.iUtOWJ.
J : EXlNCiTON MUSTAItO, iu X. R. and 1 lb Canst
j fresh and, just ree'd. aug7 J. G, BROWN,
ArEAST .POWDERS mid Browu's Ess. Jamaica tiin
I wn White l.rail. lti-J Ij-jiI (chrome Yellow. Chnnne
Grceif, .tc. Iaixrd Oil, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, Varnish, Jtc
t T I ' 1MI.1M.' (a in -.
ttUTi d. VT. 11 al, lyUlirK ai.
THE HAZARD JPOW-
DER COMPANY, .
Of Haxardville, Connecticnt
A. G. HAZAhD, riuts'T. a. k. uouaL.vss, skc r.
C10NT1NUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well-;
I known brands. Kentvctv SilU. Amerieaa $i.rtiriu
jnduxn JiijU in kegs, half and qiiarter kegs and c-iunisters
01 one pound eacn. jviso, a lull assonmeni oi i-owaer lor
RLASTIXO AXD JIIMX
purjioses. Tbe reputation of their Gun Powder Is too well
known to require connneut. AU orders promptly filled at
uxy.l'owJer Ihjxi, North-east corner of the Square.
S. II. L00MLS, Ag'tfortheH.P.Ca, '
aug2 tf Nashville, Tenn.
WAU PAPERS.-Just re
ceived, 2.000 bolts of those
beautiful French Pajiers, for .Parlors,
Halls. Ac. tozether with a splendid
assortment ot Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire Screens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac.
JgyOn hand a lanre assortment ol unglazol 1 apers.irom
10 to 25 cts per bolt. , . .
jvj.au to a uuhuim,
No. 20. Collesre street, next door to the Sewanee House.
julyH ' -
41, MAKKET STEEET ,
1ITWIII UN IO N A.N I) Til K SyUARB,
, , XuiheUU, Trnnt'ttff.
f OLD AXD VELVET PA-
VJT PER HANGINGS. A large
and beautiful -variety.
Decorative AV nil Papers, all
the latest rrencti designs.
llortlers, n liulow 1'npers, reaster mm cen
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Clieaii Unslazed Pauern 12,000 pieces .in shire.
from 12,; to 25 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and CueAP fok
JXIST TIXISHED AXD TOE SALE.
AT THE ' ' "
Clark Street Coach Tactory,
THE LATIST STYIJ2 BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROC1CAAVAYS AND FA3III.Y CARRIAGES.
ar Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that c"?f6
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. Jfifetti.
TUOMAS 1I0IIGE. KKLSOS WALl.tR.
HODGE & WAT.KEE.
Barbers, HairDrirscw, &c, tic,
Xo. 18, Ceilar street.
HAVKopened their new establislmientj-ind ofler to Jbeir
custiuuers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly filled up trnr
house, we feel confident that all who give us a calf will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dressing,
Ac, we have Urge, commodious and neatly furnished
Balh-Rooms. These are tbe finest iu the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in lhecoun
tiy. While passing, gcntlenien and patroiis. just step in
and see Willi what magic we "make the hair lly," and what
a salutary ctTect our pure water lias iq-ou a wearied and
cotte nny. aug3 tf
Haniiey's Rcapci mul
IHEFEB the Fanners to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and la. K. Rradley. I have seen it 1n
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility,. As
he season is advancing, I now oiler Ihosn'l have on baud for
$2no. U P. C11KATHA1U
jime29, 1853. - Nashville, Teun.
NASnviLLE, June 23, 1S55.
Cot. L. P. Cm-ATHAV: Vear Sir: I have been usTnc
he " Reabiuir and Mowiiie Machine" piilenteuted by Manner
ot Illinois, wbicli you are now otleriug to the citizens ofTen
nessec ltis a Kiii.sTK.TKLACoit kavixoMaciiixi-. It work i
nh-itlv and iupiolt. The aiuouut cut per day will depend
principally upon the speed of the team. If the team can
ravel lour llllie lier uour, ll will iwap or-iiuii, mirai aeil-
n ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public
ResiMJCtfiilly J. SHELBY.
I. L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: e have nad for more than
oue week, one of Col. Cheatliam's mowing and reaping
machiues,wehavelried it iu clover and grain blown atid.tan
glcd, and I iiowshilo that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
sythe blaue, aim inai u win mow jut uayns iiiiicu as i
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres j-er daV.
juue29-tAw. Jj- F, BRADLEY.
D ANAWAY from the subscriber on the night of $M
1 the 3rd iust., bis negro boy AMOS. He is about &
20 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high aud weighs JlSi.
about 150 pounds. He is a bright mulatto, hat straight
hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass him
self as a white man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of
Spartanburg District, and was purchased by Capt, James
BoudsofSpartanburgC.H. lie is probably lurking in
the vicinity of that town, or mayatteihpt bis escape to a
free State He rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve years
old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
and is shod behind, is quick iu gaits aud steps short, holds
a tine head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
to be spitefol. Tbe above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
will be given for the apprehension of the boy and liorse ;
the boy to be lodged in auy jail in the Stale. All exposes
for keeping the burse will also be paid.
. Newberry, S. C.July, W.G. NEEL.
sept4 tf j
II AKltl.lt AXD HAIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Ckdab Strew.
WOULD respectfully inform fill who have any use
for the services of a Uarber, that he has at this time
in his employ a number of the best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in
Nashville His shop is fitted upueatlV. and jrentlenien may
always confidently rely upon prompt attention and comfor
table shaving, lie hopes to continue to receive a liberal
share of encouragement from an Intelligent public that
knows how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
' -' ' BELL AND BEASS FOUNDRY.
THE Subscriber rcsDectfulIr returns his
Hunks to the public for past lavors, and so
licits a continuance of patronage in the above
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING,
Together with every description orMetal; Turnings, Melal
ic Packinirs. Balbit Metal and CastinjTS.
Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve
ry description inanutacturea to order, or repaired at snort
Cash will be paid at all times for old copperand brass.
: Jjune22 ly ' : i - ' ' ik COLE
SS. WILLIAMS Agent for John Williams, New
Orleans, will ulake liberal cash advances on Produce
Piiiliidelpliifi.luj.violiea.toiiifortn.liw friend and lor
'.,") "wierpotrons, thalbeliAS ptjraiasyJakkirKe and fine assort-
menttir.OentleiiKiin.Clything wid hucnisliing Goods thall .wl,5'?f 'f . Wlowiup diseases, vix-
has erer bee., brought to Nashv.lle. They arc now jeady for' 'lX l??b .of th,
nSpii.mavni?rc.uHi . t
1(11CI.I17K f M.II'I'III Vf2 I.'!!" Il
7V1. If. I'lililii Vimi'ir.-
Iharfltftlren Tiortieii!r tiMiiwlailinvfa mfiilrt nn naiwirlmiMil
oi luira btze uVtimj lor Gentlemen, weighing Irom yoQ
to S5oll and w)io hare always pHymgMgb riccs to
the Merchant Tailors. '
ALSO, a splendid assortment of JmlitvTlubb'ei'doodsitino'
'fronillie age of C years and upwards. 1
. .conjrrJtY m i; 1 1 f i r a xts
will take particular notice Ihat I mn snnl.lv lhem with illnfl.,
iiigoiruruishiiig Goods eilher wu'oluau or elt.ul, as
AlaSO, ju-t iceired a iargolotr f Bne Phwli and Cloth
Caps, of various sizes, which 1 can fell Itertdu-Jlcflrr cnt.
lMl-a.l)ftfl nnf nltia. liAiiaoin at.. : ...
" "'V ill llic i-iij.
dmu onf, earn tut, tii'- 'i " :
,Wrld's CJolbing Emporium,
Xn.ll, 1'ahlic .Square. NiJivillft,
Ceme, one Comaall Taij Eoclc shall., fly.
Trom Iu firm haso.as soon as I !!!
FAT.I.-AXD WINTIlllsTonii r.viiir isr.ii.
'"pilKubscubc.r.riWiIiillinimi to the.ilenizeiis of
A. Nashville and surrounding country tliaTlieTias'iiowot.
namt, and, receiving iiiIditHitis.daily',.,a Jaie stock o( Gents
rniiiUa-vAlilitS JSWAWI. JJ.VDE CLOTII.LNG, for Fall
uuii. ivjiuer near.
Among, Which May be founil: FineBtaek ima Bide Cloth
Cloaks,-Stanish do, Operiand CoBgress Coats, Double do,
Black, Blue. Brown- and Olive Over Confn Ssu-t
BoxFriick and Dress, Coats, Business do, and oilier styles,
uuu wivsts luuuuuiemus ui lueuuon.
Pants and Vests ot ever styV and color, to snit'the most
ItaSllllllOtlKa Jl- I ,, r
Likewise; a . general , .assortment- of CUILDRENS'
CLOTHING. Fine Shiits. Undcr-Shirls. Drawers Snsrw-n.
dcrs. Cravats,, HanJkeicliiefs,Stocfc?, Hats; gW, Trunks,
Valises, Carjiet liags.Ac, Ac.
CQimtry 'MerclianLs, tn particular, are requested to call
aim yiiuuiuu mrsiocK oeioie puicuasingeisewliere
iIll3"" ' POWERS,
'No 31, Marlet Sr.? ripposlte Unfoii Street. '
X. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any nun or com
bniation of men, 1
FALL AND WINTEE GOODS.
TTIIST received at Jin. 11. Cedan Street, n larr-o wall
fJ selected Stock of Cloths. Cassiniers and vistinir. of ih
aalaClj.. ICS. ' '
ALS0r-(Va .large assortment of fcentlt-trien's Fnniishing
Goods. A new'iiniT bJlulilul stvle of Stocks.
Sliirt ColUirs. Cravats. Suspenders. Gloves' of everV'dis-'
-i--It.ffina TT.,.1 Ol.:..- 1 H... J
miii.wu, u..uciv'iiiiiiuu l'iat.'7l. ,
Having made arrangement with one of tbe best Clothing
Kstabn'shiueiilsili New Yorkb) supply me, AVm. T. Jen"
nings, '231, 'Broadway, I urn ptvpane'd to offer to my ctli
tomers and tbe mtblic. Clolhiiisr of asuneriorstvleandoual-
ily. Please call aud examine lor yourselves.
septt o- T. J. HOUGH, Airent.
- . . NEW GOODS.
A7"I'abave just received oura-bortinent of
V CLOTHS. CASSIHTERES & VESTTrTOS.
or Xew Stylos and Vnrietier.
Also, an assortment oraFiue ICeiiily-iiiade-Clotliiiig,
and Gentlemen's I'lirnisliing (ioods.
fp2J CLIFTON 4 A11150TT,
No. is Cedar f '.
SPLENDID ASS0ETA1E1IT Or THE LATEST STYLE
' OF GENTLEMEN'S
READY-MADE CLOTHING i.
II. A. JISSEIj, i
Arcade Clothing Store,
No. 29 Mtrlsl street, opposite the Union ITaU.
a'Ml.VNKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
. uion him, begs leave lo inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surroundiiif' uountrv. that he has iust received one
bf the'largestand most complete assortments of. Gentlemen
rail una Hutler uwhitHj and r u-niniftiug l.voda ever
broucht to the city, which, will be. found unsurva;ed in
quality and workmanship, and at such low price, as cannot
fail to please. . Tlie stock bas, been selected and made up
under my own.iusjiectrou, efpreuly suited to Uu wants of
Also, a large assortment oi
suitable firallages,aud warraulcd tobt
Amy 'sUHilc is very large, I can oiTer great'lnducements
to country Merebairts, eilher wholesale or retail, at very
Give mea call, as 1 shall take erent plexsure in sfiowiBsjl
.1... fi..i. i i i-i...r '
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market si,
oeIC 3m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR THE TRACK.''
rj"MIK subscriber has jn-t opent-d, at h-s old stand, Nri'SS
J Market street, next door to T. W. & W. n. Evan, tbe
largest and most elegant stock ;r READY MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he ever had the
tiletisure ofexbibiting to his frisnds and customers, which
ic is Otleriug at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he eonli Jcntly believes, sire entire satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety of style and patlem; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over--coats,
Box Coats, Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a arge assort-'
ment; Carjct Bags, Trunks; Shirts, Collars, Slocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket lldkfs., A-c4 all ol which are new, arid purchased of
the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly for this mar
ket Thankful for the liberal natronase heretofore bestowed on
1 Ium, he invites uo exam.uation intd bis present stock-and
. rices, as be is determined to spare no pains to please his
rien'ds aud customers.
M. SULZUACKER, Agent,
seplSS-m No 53 Marketst.
100 buss Rio Coffee,
Lr STOIiE AXD FOR SALE BY
. II. liOOSifiiS,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE, -octl
tf Nashvillk, Tkntc.
POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrets.
V full supply of the above description of powder, war
ranted equal io any in the market, ulwavson band aud for
sale by jidyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
QAl'l ITY T l IS E. 500,1 K) feet gen uine Safety Fuse
theorbfhal manufacturers, for tale by
Utlr.ATllAJI, WATHUil t;o.
atWVH.GoimoN; A (!o.'.. PuhlieSqnare.
GEORGE AV. COOK,
ATT0ENEY AT LA W'AKD LAND AGENT.
H'oro Villaue. Trias. 1
"YTT'l'l'n'I'nd to the collection ol debts, and the investi
VV gation and j-ei feeling of land titles in Tcias:
lion. 0 W. O.Tormv, Hon. Nawias Omtnf,
11. (L M'Klnxkt, ".. B. 1.. RiuLer,
" B. L. CABifrntclii, ' '' ' AtiK tlir.iTriiKns,' ,
Sfo'itN Ii. lliuw. Governor Wir. B. Cautoill.
aug-,1 - twly
GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On Oillnle tlreet. vu o.r Sjnth, of Hit Square.
rrMIE mnlers'gned would respectfully; invite citizens and
J. strangers passing through Nxsliville, to call at their
store and examine the most elegant nssoitineut of Finishing
and Fancy Goods, ever"br.mgbt hi Nashville. We baveat all
tunes tlie latest sty les and ncMquainv oi woous,anu invue
special attention to our Patent Shoulder Scam Shirts, winch
newainuittr.be .welj made, and. fo tit better than any other
stjle of Shirts. Our stock consists in part of IJpen" and
.Muslin Shiits, every size aud quality. Silk, Merino, Cash
mere. Shaker, Canton Flannel, Blown Cotton Shirts, aud
Drawers; Silk Merino, Shaker, Lambs Wool, Cashmere,
Bruwn Cotton and Country Knit Half Hoe, Kid, Silk,
Uqcfc, Heaver, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Liacd and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets, Sscarfs. Cravats, Slocks aud
Ties, Suspeuders, Silkabd Linen lbiudkerchiefs, Bobode
Chambre, Trunks, Caqiet Bags, Umbrellas. Cancs,,1Uizor
Strops, Soaps, Cologne. Odors, Oils, Tooth Powders, Hair
Washes, Tooth. Jtat, Cloth, Xail.and Hair Brushes, -Porte-Monies,
Pocket.Books, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, and
mauv-alhtr articles too numerous hi mention,
JsOJ. Indies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cottoy Gum Goods, Gtx.dyear'a Patent, best articles.
Remember tlie number flij.
MYERS & McGlLL'3.
Fumishiutr Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Sqnre,;Xa.shville. ' - I00!11
VTALIIAKLE LANDS FORSALE. BY'VIR"
V tue of a nrovisuin in tilt? will of John Davis, dee'd.
ihe undersigned ode) s for sale the following valuable Tracts
nfl.-md. viz : 473 acr-s on the Teuncssee river, immediate-
K-above Ihe raouili of Duck river, affording the best loca
lion on Tenuessee river for a commercial point; 150 acres on
Duck river, ommsite-tho month of Pine-river, .'acres
atljoining tbe town nf lVrrvville. in Decitur county; 215
acres on tlie East side or Bnirilo river, nearthc Harricane
Bottom, snd 193 acres near the West side of Buffalo river,
ncarits mouth. Tcnnmade known on application to the
midersigued. JU. V.lIUi: H).. I LWutors.
' -' EWl. D. HICKS. J JV"
TrTT.IfARIaEciTY PROPERTY FORS.VLE
' Tlio under.igned U-ing authorizeil by a resolution of
the Board ol jilayoraud Aldermen et me L,ny o. .sa.si.vine,
at its meeting on tbe, 14 th instant, to dispase of tbe following
valuable property, to wit: , .
I nts Vim. ! and 2-J. on the west side of bHmmer street.
frontini: liu siiid street SO fi-et and running back 210 feet io
an allejvon wbiditbereUatwostoryBRlCKTENEMENT,
(ecupicd at piesent by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Lot No. 23,
ciiM-it...l rui the west side of Cherry street, south of Broad
street. fioulmVon- Cherry street 53 feet, and running back
l.sofeet. on which there are TWO TENEMENIV, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots willbe divided
to suit purcbAScrS. For a more particular description ot
said lots, reference can be made to Pook No. 14, pages 605
and Kofl in the Register othce ot Davidson county.
' The ulwive nrot-ertv will be sold at private sale at any
time between now and tlie 1711: day of December next, and
if not sold prevlonslo thai lime, will be offered on that day
atruubii; HJalaKi.'. I,-
The almvo uanied nrooerty will be sold on a credit of one,
two and three years. Notes payable in Bank without inter
est, witu trood endorsere, anu a lieu reuiineu unin uie pui-
. ' " . ., ii- ii uni.v
cnaso numey is paid. uubj, -uajv"
ALE. 50 barrels of this celebrated and
popular Ale in stmt! and for sale low by
1 McCREA A TERR.4SS,
""1HEESE." 100 boies just received per Skipper and
J for sale low by ocl2ti McCUl. & TERBASS,
BAITinSQ'ff PATENT LACE, OK ABDOMINAL BtJP-1
t- T?0R weak and JelifcitP
, -i v.i.i.t& ,sZ l,".?- a,u! "'eMmg of 11 Jmg,,
T .T. r . " .air AIt7U. If V9DUA1A. I TaMtit-uiaauA
Tlw s.ibsrriborhas.had tlioexrlnsiv., saUi :Z r..,
......a . vv..o....a ........ .....u.C;UI Hie IllglleSl
testiniuialsoflhivcreiinirkabi-',rurativiiworS. Tim must
Jiatiifaciorj- references can lie given lo persons ,d tlie city Of
mtinimendedTiy nestfliod,o-celebrited awLexteii
couuirr. Fer sale bv II G' SCOY
..uv.aa.waaj.aa hi ,U .laaaaa.aa.u al.4 U...lUV.lk
Druegist and Atiotbccary, Xorih side of the PubiieS.iliart'.
....M.UWI 3 i, in me aiasm iiitT-iiiu. au;ri- i-H.
.. . DE. LHJBrS PILE OINTMENT
TS PREPARED, for the (Ir.iteUbiirjr Company by Dr,
J. BtvjAvixXjCBT.ol'Xeir Jlampshire, Hi is a Physician
eiirhty-eia?ht years if at-o. anil laLSLirilie lsst sinlv-irui'.
"years Used lllis Oinlmeut in jus, practice. A cure is wars
ranted, no matter hoo' extreini! Ihe case. -
Ttiis-is siilltcien't'toiiidnrc cVerr person suffering under
IhisdLsoasolo try it PriceperBotllo) 1 .
The Vegetable I'ills. oreoared br the Grafeiili.irn-
uiuijauiir, arouseu consiauny oi Hundreds ol UnHisaiwuL
ul.n otlMUliaal- ...it.... '
Tbe tnieooeratiou nf Meilieme is to ir TnerMSA.t &Wivtf t-
-uine -means possessed by .mature tnc Ibft removal ot Ihe
causes oi disease, forall .billions djsonlers, Costiveness,
complaints. Headache. Activity ofthe Slouiaih. .tc IVfce
25 ccntsiierBox. with lull directions. Formle bv all Dnln.
. I -..V..W., afv.iw.nt a..4,na,iM aail. l-u.. VliV In.' VI
gist. - bctlS ALEXwMcKKNZIM. Agent."
3. II. Ttnrrnxv'M l'jitnit lMzuilnlloU
mills Mill differs from all others In tho construe Hon
-- me upper or Kitnnln? Stone, w
which Is eompojed oi
rre.ieh lidrr HloekH. enrlnscit ln- As.e Iron fi. ... whlrli
forms the back aud hoop .C tha Stone with a Cast I-oiiEve, or
liuah.thianlsufsreaterextm'nslttiaiiieter at thel-ottnni that
at tbatop.-wblcli Is wiinraM to tha hat by four bolt, so taaV
every blorkis In. Uie form ora.toyeUll. nhich eive greater
strength to aStouethanaiiyotlicr im ihfij wliTvliU required
In .mall mills, vhere the stiine is run ollh ;ret Vjmed.aad
beroiuesdauirous If not lroRgly made. II alto sites any
we-hrlit to astono oOmall illaniL-U-r ihil Isretmlred without
baring It tliict orhlzh, that makes It lonheavv.
his mill I a miliar. trntHA hisiIh nf wiwwi nr--LI-.nn.1ti
the form of n bus!., wild llrulge-tree. Spindle BalauceiKlng
uriver. ana Keguuvini !-crer, una grinds tii on Ike iame
prinrlpln al alaro mill, Jlnerti.f; oulj In the Kunnor Monj;
Ibis being of great welglitenablec it to trrln.l nearer the ten-
teragreaterqiuintlty of grain wllhle-s ower ihau auj other
mill now In uii). Ilils mill lsirtable,Sndmay beattacbed
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALo'O, all sIzoa of trench Bare Mill Stones, manufactured
On tbe same principle.
Joseph II. Burrows, of Ciaelunatl, ia tbo luvoator, for
which be obtained Letter Patent in IW J, For alllnfrlcge
inti.t, the purchaser will be held responsible forthe right
of using. '
Thi.f.0 Jlills .lonot roaolre a Millrli-ht lo laittbemun: and
all that U necessary to put then, tn operation, is to attach a
uauu muio puney ouuie spib.uc, wun a drum sntncientiy
large to run a tbi.lr-f.)ur turh Mill viu revolations per
inUute, .alUcheJ to Gin, .Strain, or Water Power. Kytbe
toa-Iv annliratlon nf two hnrstt oower the Mill will rrin.l six
to 8 bushel ler hnurof good meal: and will srriud wheat
as well as corn.. Tbe thirty Inch mill, if putlo IU fullest
sneeu,wit gnnu.roiu icn in nupenuunuoisper liour.
These mills are warranted lobe in evoryresDtetas recom
DntvcTioKa roa Uia Place your milt about 20 feel from
the Driving Pulley iu a level position; make tbe belt or
either six or eight Inches wld. Give ihe StnneiMO revolu
tions a ralnutrf with the sun. Kerp.tbe neck and step of
the spludla well oiled. Place tho.laron the batk of tho
RnnnlnrMone.ln thosamowaraj the Croit on tbo Driver,
tint Is, Ihe way they are trimmed to run.
it.fer to Thos. Patterson, Ksqi'of Highland county, Ohio,
Jense lhal,Eq.,of Cllnlou county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
x-4 , oi iinc.iiiiaii,auu 9. Dumber niuinersa
All ordaradlroetedto JOHN K. BOOM AS.
Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Midilleind East
Tennessee, or J. H. BUKhOWS,
janao q. ir-w. w. jy, wen rrontti.un.u,
EBB'S PATENT STBAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT C0EN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention baa been in use about
three years. The inventor has made Improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. ' It has given entire satisfaction to
every one who has nsed it, and ii the most superior machine
in. use,, tor tbe purposo lor wiucn it is designed, it is Sim
pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It Is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a boy 12 years of age.
It will cut straw or corn in the shuck from half inch to
three Inches in length. Many certificates might be pro
duced from Farmers who have used them, to nrove tlieir
superiority over any other straw and euro cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will hnd a valuable acquisition to their farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means for man
ufacturing these macnines,"aud he now solicits for them
the attention or the public, and the. tanners und planters
particularly, of tho South and West, Be will hereafter be
able to till all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do toe wore lorwmcn tueyare uesigneu.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights fiir counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any .Mechanic who may wish tn manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sop7 6m JOU.N K. Mill.
DB. HUSK'S MAGNETIC OINTiCENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the. use of three hot
Ik) ofthe Mitynelit Ointment, hiid hi hair entirely re
tUireil, and now lias as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His ags is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asttuna Irom his cradle- He
tbe benefit of the best medical advice that
wealthy father could procure, without avail.
It was one of
the most aggravated cases 1 ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a tew bottles of the Oint
ment he was thoroughly cured, and for seven months past bas
enjoyed robust iicaiiii.
This was an extreme case of inftammatifin nf the vleen,
of long standing; lias araitety of treatment from mi less Ihau
eiglU differeut physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured br tho usoof only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This wasfouriiibntbs agoand the lady aMrs. Dun
ham.) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I havetrealed two eases of t'Armia itr
Egea with Uie Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
liinJ. as loneed an attendant lo lead them from nlaco to
place. One of them had been aillicted 18 years, the other
r. art .- m. 1 .. I a-7.l al.. I 1 - I - I., al. ..
aooiu liyearsa ami, iiau ii.uu i.ie ix-s. pursiciaiis in me
'Stale, without benefit; and one of them hnd been under tbo
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able lo
read and attend to any ordinary business. I luive used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and iu 7,o cam 7km it
failfd of uicinij immediate relief aul generally a jiermnntut
cure. I have also used it beneficially iu severe cases of Ery
sipelas. Aud last but not least, I have within the last year
cut ed four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can. confideiitly re
commend it to be one ofthe most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectful! y Yours.
BURTON UUUUELL, JL 1).
Dated Jan 27, 1 8150, Amelia, Ohio.
The cliaracterof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in IhidcitV. There are quite a nnmberof indi
viduals who ascribe tfieirxestoratnw to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment,
For sale by If. G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEJI0VILLE.
may6 CARTWP.IOHT A ARMSTRONG.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness hit son, A. C. MAKC1 L Tlie business, in future
will be conducted iu the name of J. D. March A Son. All
persous indebted to ine, by nolo or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. J). MARCH.
3f Thankful for the liberal share of patronage' hereto
fore, a continuance or the same is respecthillysolicited.
jalig J. D. iLVRCU A S0N.
LAND WARRANTS We are bnyingand paying
the very highest prices for LAN D WARRANT. Per
sons at ii distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by niail or otherwise may depend on getynsr the highest
prices at which they are sellingat tlie time in Nashvilie and
tbe cash remitted or paid to order.
Jnly21 OYERPEARLA C0.
17OR SALE OR REi'T. A new Frame, Hwisejutt
? completed with seren rooms, well plastered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street. In limes j additional
Nashville. The said house is about our ' hundred yards
from the Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable
terms. " .
For further particulars enquire of R. K Crenshaw, r
auglS W. p. R0UERTS0N, M'Letnore t.
' Tl m ,J ?i i. ""'"iJ "r Bowels and a TerA t '.oration, which all .UumUuts, ..ale, ju.d uarcoUcs lud
dency1 t Kunture, Pmlapsus Utrri, or llearini: Down, Ir. S, fx-fU'rotveuuiled. Th s.imeUitii!r Lai been rouad.'"ltu
r " i w, 14.-3 -neaisiniaiyin, i. Tendencv to "i,D-i.'n jiiuuaciKiBurouxuv Joni.ine su.riinsiiuertfirj.
rtuimMin, mm j aimiii i-n'tfiuncv, and llio bid oh ii o fiia-i 1 C,uu ""nny.oy uittCiJieuraie.l l'rorsir.vi. .Morsq.welt
lentMCbild l-3aring,.-1)iaiIsiti..ntoDioiiuiir l'Jjm.i...L . ,w.? HHKllnid uiember or the leadius icltntlac
mid Weariness, conmiou to' clerks. mhX Xl""'nt.o (lid Wo.Id.aad e.iually dt.Kogulsl.eJ as a
.fcam'stressc.saurfiKhers wls.k.vn uJ ZlZuL' f The j...ce.,.f thishcrb.
L !iifli grt
mi. aionsit's :
ISJ'1,7,k K-matO cOKDMIa Pfiiholno'nOn In MMUlneJ
X llajLA lieilnrrail m l T li' 1 .1 u .
f DK.,MC(KSK'3 laWJQOKATINO ELIXIR OK COPniTi
; Fo!r ..VaiaL tl.ll 1 .?.A?J4b
,. ' .MIHUhmilBUH,
I II. a a., i.a., - T .-..a.
A ixirr. !u"'.u w,.ul..?u'' eo"ule
,. , . " " -. " UUK A I 1 U EJal A IK. (J Ii LOB-
J coni.t iTnih.S fl,l,moB" Tba pablW otteb deolJ
1 "bv tho dllirJr S,?"JP 0 a"J ulIia.e trnlhs aunoanced
li.e1?ui'u,S1 'ue!'' onuenlable facu attested by
j -lef .r yi'ltoitMvirlfr'ii
------1 -J Ul WSUIBOn Y WBlCU l.a OStfilPllr 1 r-M.
I "v:u'i ...
Hrl-ini, fraa. - "l."... " l ""I
--.-. ..u3u or uoute oi me. various orant vhirh
make unihe w.,i..rrr,,iM.,-Mn ,. .'rL "J!?11' wllca
ii.T V j'T ? raauerand mind, icesari rto
thew.prodttrt oaolhnintairlira. To personsof feebUmui!
T L ..I ; Vr. It U reconiiiwnJed
2 tbe only means of communicating that energy whleh li
np.v.lur. I i ft, . ..,,,.w ....... . . ... .,
. j ...jujiuvukuf m. mo nalaralanne.
iiirs, as wi-ii as luenifaer menial ntirllinla. r.- i.....il -i.-
eferts arenoteonOnedtoelUiersexorto anyaje. TbeAro-
w.....aioaiiiiuK wi.v,iucia8.iu3s,rnvaieavoain, tbo over
won, man of boslnosi, tbevicttmofnerroa denresaiou, tl.,
tmllvblual. uiTeriag frum general debility, ur rfom ihe
weakness ofaslngle organ. will all flndlmmedlata r..l nrr.
mauent relief from the UMrofUiU lncou6aiahta
"'"..wi Hauuares preuispoiiioiiiop&raiy,iaiiwiilprove
V, uuuuiii Hieaaruuin.nai iaaiiemoidn.il-
adv. There aro many, perhaps, who have, to triBe.1 wlib
their constilatlois. thal ther think Ibemselves befon.I tha
roich.of meilicine. Jt not even these despair. TUo Elixir
uu-ais wiia uaseast as i&exisu. wiinoui rar.reaeci to nuit...
aua win noionir remove ine- uisorder nseir, out
Rebuild thcRrokeu Constitution.
The derangements of the svstom. leadimr to uervons dti
eas-, aud ihe forms of nervous disease itself,ant aonumers
ou uui iv wouia roouire a column lo enuinerata tha uialn.
dies forwhlch this preparation Is a speciflc. A few, bow.
oier. .nay b auuiuerated, tii: neuralgia, tic doleieaui,
headache, indolent oaralisls. hvsteria. rultiiinton at ika
heart, .plant atfeetlous, muieuUr.dcbillty, trtuior, flatov
ufljie liver, mental depression, weakness of the wlllfludlt-.
a IIIK1U.Z souuiivii in inu aesa. cumoneis. uinMaiiii-
I"....un .uniove, liiuiueis auereiercisj,. orosen sleep aud
terrirIn'c dreams, tn.bllii to remain in one place ur il
tloir,.'vreaknes9 of th iirocreallvo orirans. sexuml ln-fimn..
teorytmelancho!y, iiiiaiioinanu, tlaor albus, sinklogat tha
sUniicb.fem'ale im-mUritles. a cbroalo tendenevio ml-
carriage, eiiuelatlnn, and all complaints growing out of a
free tudnlgenee nf t!s-psssions, and all barrenness that
does not, proceed from organic cause beyond he reach of
Whenever the or?atis to beactad nmuiirn frri from muL.
foruiatlon or strictural diseases It 1 averred that
niorseN iKvigorating Elixir.
wlllrenlace weoknes. with streurth.ltininsrHv villi nMrlnnS
c.rr4rreguUrity with uniform and natural artirity, and this
not only Mihout bazird of reaction, bat with a harmr effeet
on the general -jrc-uaizatl.Hi. il y Hear In lnlu.1 that all
m3li.ll.ia wharu,.. Il.-t l...in al t.t. ...m. . a. .. .
tern, aad that the prallzallon f tha nerves joL uiitioiiaad
Minsatlou U phVblcal death. Bearlti mind also, that for eve.
ry kind of nervous disease the Klivir Cordial U the only io-
liable iireparatioit known.
Cure of Nervous. Diseases.
No lanffiiaire can convev an aJennat l.tna or ihii tmm..11.
ateaad almost miraculous change which iLocrasiousin tho
diseased, debilitated and shattered nervous system, whether
Drntendown by excess, weaK bynalura, or Impaired byalcfc
nessithe uustrungaod reUiedorgaulzatlonUatiineebraced
re.vlviOeJar.dbulltap. Tho mental aud plijticil symb.nis
of nervous disease vanish together under Us Influence. Jior
is the clfc:t tcuiporurj; on tho contrary, tho reliul l perma.
oebt, for the- cordial properUe. of tbu medicine, reach. the
constitution luclf, and restore It to Its norma) condition.
W ell'may the preparation br ealledthe
ofthe nineteenth century. It Is, as thaOntscIentlflcminla
the world would haw admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed to hava no exlstance.-
A Stimulant that Entails No Re-Action.
Its force I neverexpanded, m's thneasewltb opium, alco
hol! preparation., and all other excitaats. The -etTect of
these ls.br.cf. and it may well be said of him who takes them,
'The last state of that man is wOrs than the first" Butihe
Elixir is, an exbllcrant without asinxlo draw back a&fa In Its
ope ration, perpctutl la itshappy influence u'potrtlie'uerves;
thomlnd,and tho entire organization; It will also remove de
pressions, excitement, a tendency to blusli steeplci-neij,
dislikeof soclety,lDepaeIty lor Matty ot basinets,
Los of Jlemory,
Confaslon, g!dJines?,ru,h of blood totheheail.raelattcholy,
mental debllitr, hysteria,'wrrtrhi'dnojs, thoughts of selTde- -suuctlou,fcar
of iiuaiaUy,hypochondrUsi3,d)spep:la .eeno
ral prostralioir, lrrftatlliiy, nervonsuess, Inabtllry to sleep,
diseases incident to females, dtuiy of the pronogitingfune-'
tions, hysteria, monomauia, vajuo terrors, pafplulion ofthe
heart, lurpotuney, ennstlpalloa, etc., etc., from whatever
.cause arising It li, if there Is any reliance tote placed on hu
man testimony, absolutely lLtalllbla.
A Great Medicine for Females,
'The unparalleled effect of this great restorative, in 'all
complaint. Incident to females, mart a new era in the an
nals of medicine. Thousand of rtimulanU have! been In
vented thousand of Invlgorant concocted all purporting,
to be specifle.i lu the various diseases and derangements to
which the delicate formation of woman render ber liable. -Tne
result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums
have indeed Imparted a momentary vivacity to tha nervoas
system, a transient knd delusive rigor to tbo muscle; but
this Huh of relief has been sacceedodbya depression and
prostration greater than before., and tbo end bas too often
been utterly toparalyze the recuperative power of the nerve
and the vital organization,. nd Anally to destroy tho aua7lpy
Morse's Invigorating Elixir."
Ispreienteda aphedomebalnthe materia medlca hitherto.
unbrar4 of a stimulant without a reaction.
Tbe herb which films itr miaia Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all the great medical and pb.rmacv ntlc.l Institu
tion. of Kuropo to bein this re-pectiuf generis". Dr. Mor',
wbosename Is an undisputed authority in srieuce, Uncov
ered the production In Arabia, where his attention was u til
ted by thewooderfullyinvigoratingeflijita 1t prxtuced upon
thanatlte. Iufactiho wonderful jKiwerof endurance, the
cxhauslles vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both neresMu
tbelrdeertpi!griiuige,iattriutabla lo tho usu.of this vi
Au appeal is made to
Every Woman of SriiM,
whosulTirsfroia weakness, derangement, nervonsuess, tr
raors, pain. In the hack, or any oilier disorder, vbeUaerpecu
liar lober ex,orc.imiuoiiiu bolhsAxes togUtf tbe Tiivigi
rating Cordial a trial.
or others, will Snd this Cordial after they hava nsed a bottle
ortwo.a thorough regenerator of .he system, lu all direc
tions are to be loan 1 lliu bappy parent of healthy otT.prlng,
whostould not have been so, but tut this extraordloaiy prep,
aration. .ud It lsequally (silent Mr tbe many disease for
which It is recommended. Thousand nf young meu have
beu ietori?d by uslagil, and uoiln a singiu lostanco has ll
failed to benetll them.
IVrsons of Pnle Complexion,
orconuuuptivi-haMLs, are lertnrmlbjr tbeuseof abottleor
two lo bloom and vigor changing theskfn from a pale, jel
low, sickly color, to a be ulifol fiotid complexion.
To the jUisgiiidcU,
Thee areeomeofthe sad an. I niel.ncboly eOVcts product. J
by early habit of youth, viz. wcaknr of tb-t back and
limbs, palnstu tbe head, dlmurss of sight, loss of muscntar
J.ower, palpitation ot thu heart, dyspeptU, nervomlrriUbil
ly, derangement of tbe dlgesilvo functions, general debility,
y mptOniN of consumption, ttic
JtlenUUy.tbe fearful eHV-cU on the mind are much lo bo
dreaded. Lossof meinory.confaslon ofideas, depression of
spiriti.evll fore-bodiugs,.averii.-lii to society, self dittruid,
All thus afflicted
ItH'ore ContriniilntintT JInrTiase.
should reflect that asound in in. I anj b-.ly arethn most nec
essary retiiiislte to promote connubial bttisitness: Indeed.
without tliese. the lourncy tbrrvasli Ilf.it. t-coii'tj wearir i.il-
grlm.ge,lbepripect hourly dar a ens the view; tho mind b
comes siiauowei. w.i.t oipa.r, aim i.ii.-j wiui tbe ninlanrboty
reflection that the bappinos ol- number become blighted
Pa mils a ml Giianlinns. '
Are often misled with respect t.HBw causes and onrreoj
dltiuesiu Ibeir nn tnd wants. How oflen do they ascribe
toothercausesof wastrngoflhe fraim', idiocy, ni.-idnp, pil
jii tation of tbe hiart. Indigestion, ilerangi-mri.t of tbe ner
vonssystem, rough and simi-bun Indicating coiisuniptlun,
when the truth Is, that they have been tuJuiging In a. perni
cious tbougb alluring practice, dcstrncliiu bulb to irlu.l
and body. '
Ihi. Morsc". Imviooahiso ConnriL ha been counter
feit.' . I by mine unprincipled person. :
lu future all tbe genuine Cordial will have ihe. proprietors
ficstmlle paled over the carl of each bottle, and Ihe lol
luwiug worils blown In ttiHgta.s
"UK. MOKaSK'tr I.WlOOllATIVG COKBtAIa,
C. II. KINO. i'UOPKlKTOK. -r.'.YJi
fTT The Cordial Is put up highly concentrated, lu pint
Paicx $3 OOper bottle: two for 85 Wtsix for $12 00".
r v.. II. KI.VU. PkOfKlitrOK, I
, . li'J Broadway, New York.
Sold'by Druggists throughout the lTnlts.1 8ate. Cuiia.li
and West Iudlo and also by M'.l'.OttAV, successor to
Cartw'rUhtdt Armstroug.cornerofMarketaiid Broad .treets,
N'ashvllle,Tennesee. loct'.-v .1 w&iCm
W. F. GRRAY, Vt.A.liC;lt7;
J. H. CURREY,
CJlegt street, Ao. 25, appMite Xeioaiie Hunt.
BEGS leave loinfonii his friends and the public
generally, that he bas opened a. regular Cof-'-K13
lip Room, and having nought the-right for nuuiifacliiring
and selliugin MiddleTennessce, SkitTs Patent Indistrucl
iblo Air-tight and Air-exhausted Kunal Cases, tho best
now iu use for preserving the corps, he will keep a supply
of them constantly on baud, together with an assortment of
all kinds o) covered and wood Collins, lie is prrtred to
fnrni-b good Hearses and any number of Hacki that may
tx wanted; also shrouds of every descrijition, made in tlie
best style, together with every equipage necessary for fune
rals. All telegraphic depatches or orders from .Steamboats
and Railroads, or from the surrounding country will be
promptly attended to. -Particular ailenlion jiaid to pre
paring and encasing bodies for tnmsiorlafon. AH orders
la at his Furniture and Collin Rooms promptly attended '
to both nMit and djy bo will give his personal attention
hi'all funerals. Charges moderate. CUR KEY
jf.jB. Furniture and JIattrasses of every description
made to order and of tlie best materials, and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch.
aug27 ass- . , J.H. C.
VALUA11LE DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale hfs residence
oo Spring or Church Street, with tbe furniture if desired.
Terms niado known oa application to
K. a FOSTER, 3d.
Qr in my absence fo o. M. FOGG,
tine 17 tf.
JOHXYORKi CP have on hand a variety of .operior
Gold Pens the best and cheapest article ever offered for
sale in XashTille. 'Ever? pen varratleil. ' octl
GO LLA1LS. EVERY VARIETY OF COI
L.VRS, latest styles and best quality received and fo
ale by nov3 MYERS A McGILL.
r I u l JlAiPI RLJC-RADWAY A CO., THE
j i. ; . A aiannmcrarei aSd lroprietors of lb justly
ctJebrated R. R.- Remedies. -..r il,t;. i.. .1.. i
Bemedy ssessingthe Marvelous and Mirraculoa power
Jif stopping the m(VExOTiei.iti Pains iaa iiwtit. al-
toa-and Tic Uolnn-nT
.aUE-UOII W U('JilCU, aUU IS 1W JhCllaCUieS COlaSlSl Ot
tliree Keinedies, each possessing quick aud wonderful pow
ers overcerlain cnmplainU aud diseases and will instantly
, BELILVE.tbe Human System from pain.
BEUULATK each Organ to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away alt Diseased Depositcs. ,
RENOVATE the body from alt Corrupt Humors.
BEBU1LI) the Weak and Broken Down Constitution.
RESTORE to-Health, Strength and Vigocall unsound
;and worn out ports.
R. R. R. NO. 1. Badway's Readr Keliei; for all Acui-
Loumlaints, Internal or External. The moment It is ap
plied externally, or taken into the system, it wilt Klon thcr
U"i?TTt?i7" ln" Iiain 10,1 'loicttr remove its ouse.
MlbUMATlSM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in
nTOtlyn.ws a cripple for nine Tears. RadwayV lteadr
lteUef relieved him from pain in fifteen minute, enabled
him to walk, two aides wunout tbe aid of stick or crutch in
three days, and cured him entirely in one week.
TbousandioT other cases, cowidly as wonderful as tho
alwviv have been cured by It, R.l'ibeC
'rSw r KJr Relief will re
lieve: tlie .iiBerer from all pain m lltVen or twenty minutes.
NEL RAI.G1A. The momenta R. Belief u applied it
allays the mosbpainful paroxysms. It will always cure.
SICK, HEADACHE-It will reliere the most dUtre-simr
pains in ERcsin mitaUfei. It will likewise prevent renewed
AGUE. -In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Relia
will stop tbe Chills and break the Fever.
Achtiof all kinds. Pains of all kinds. HmisAs ttnmi
.. . . . . il i nri... T n I . . T
Scalds, Strains,. Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lsineuess. One ap
jJication ofRadwav's Ready Relief wU, fn a few moment,
entirely stop the jniin.
It reduce wellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, re
mom bruises, allays the most violent irritation-!.- Vorsll
rium asa Ii. IOteheC Look for the Ngnahire of Radway
A Co. pn each bottle.
R R. R. NO. 2. Bad war's KenorsiiRo- Tiiwdnnt
TJ . 1 . T , T -1 ! 1 Ta
i.cwiivi, ivcuuiaaei., iveuuiius. Jl cures
BTeeslinir of the)' Ltroirs.
St. Vitus! Dance.
The abo'vo eighteen comnkimfs R. IL Resolvent will Tins.
It renovates thesvstem comntelelv. lvWdric ntnrrmm
the Solids all liupuraPoLsooous and Disoased Deposits, (n.
ing the Blood anil Fluids of Life (rum all eorrunt humot-s;
restoring Knergyand Vigor, ilc.Uth and Strength to every
Organ and Member of tho body.
LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY.
Ilea. Ji JOIiddlelon, ofWaccamaw. S. C writes ui
under dale ofMay, 2d, 1S5S, that lUdwav's RcnovatfmrRe-
solveat cured tmu of hi. netfiTies, on his plantation at Beau,
fort, of a. Scrofulous complaint, of many years' standing-.
The poor fello was a disgusting object of pity; ho was a
movi ng lnavrof Mies. wTlieothernegroeii eiMdilnot remain
in the same place will. biai. He was entirely cured b'
Radway's Renovating Itesolvenl, and is now at work upon
the plantation. To the? people of R C Mr. Middloton U
well ,kny-Drand to tbe. political world Mr. Middleton is uo
SCROFULA. -When Ihe patient has term afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptouis will appear oa tbo
-1-11,111 111 v. .. . ra r a. .
miiiw it . a.ieruaiii iiw. iiesiHvene
" Thirty years.,
i mnieur tuy.
We' hare had eases where old men ofsiitr vears. wfin
haye beeo.crofuousall their lives, entirely cured by Rail
way's Renovating Resolvent. R. It Remedies exhibit their
elGcacrpmmediately. Tlier do not keep tho afflicted pain
stricken sutterer hngenngin doubt, butreadily exhibit their
elticacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring; ie
building, and regulating tho diseased bHly, to health and
Mr. W.B. Oliver, of Dayton. Dooly Co.,Ga.. under dale
of M ay S50, 1 S&3, w riles "that a serrant girl wlo wis so re
duced that no one would give a Ihrip. for her life," Sba wac
so covered with fOris Cant there was not a spot of pure flesh
ofthe size of a silver dollar on her whole body,, was entire
ly cured bv Radvrav s Renoratuig Resolvent
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Ileniknsin, cr W-trorJ.
Mass.. ha.s b.n covered with sores 6.r nineteeu years, anil
SALT RHEUM. The most obstinate eases ofSaltRbenm
will quickly yield to the RENOYAT1NO RESOLVENT.
One gentleman whe suppojed that this complaint was he
reditary irt his family, and iid been articled wilh Salt
Rheum since his birth, was cured by tha use of a few bottle
of piej renovating Resolvent and the poisonous Rheum en.
tirely eradicated from his system.
IT REGENERATES every organ and member oTCio
body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall ireaki disea-M-d
and unsound ports.
WEAKNESS, in Male or Female, h quickly cured, aad
the debilitated and emaciated made strung, vigorous and
healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions ni men, or
diseases of either one or moie of Uio generative organ, are
quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy aud
LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In women, the nu
merous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom
over their spirits, a few doses ofthe Renovating Resolvent
will quickly- remove, and tbe most nervous, Gloomy and ile
depressed, feel healthy, strong- ami happy.
Persons wishingthts rrancdy will please ask for Radway.
Rcoovsling.-Ros.lvciiL Its price is olio dollar per bottle.
No. small bottles, nor is the gvauiDe, ever soldfor less. Each
bottlel-ears tbe (oc simile stguaturn ef
1LVDWAY & CO.,lte Fulton st. X. Y.
R. R. R for sale by Druggists genemlly.
.-' J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
. Wliolesale Ageut for Tennoe-wsee.
MAN DF1ELI )S A CO, Memphis.
' IIUDGl.N,-WELLS A JOHNSON.
novl-Mra ' Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
rplIEgreat Remedy for Rheumallsm.Gouf, pain Id tbe Sid
J Hip, Back, Iambs and joints. Scrofula, King's Eril
White Swellings, Hard Tumor, Slifl" Joints, and 'all fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster U applied Pain rsnnot
(Tliese Piasters possess tbe advantage of being put up in
airtight boxes; heuce they retain their Hill virtues in all ell-
This celebrahxl Paiir Extractor has" been so extensirely
rdhyl'hysiriauiiandlbc jwoplo in general, botbinthM
oaiutry and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
ai.: i i :i e-... .t. ... . i v a-- . y J.
uiiul; auuti. .-. iriinuvitraf unsimc. nui MUlil m netHl
of its l.ealinir powers w1h lave not yet tried it For their
Bakes we win suupiy siaie wuai il lias done in thousand of.
cases, and what it will dofiirtheui nbcn tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read tbe tbHuwunr tcstimtny from a Phyaci&n.
Gumtlxucn. Your Hebrew Plaster bus cured me of pains
of which I ltavc snllerrd for twelve years past. During this
period 1 labored underan affliction of my loins and sulr.anil
Irwd mauy remedies, that my own medical experience sug
gested. but h ithont obtainiag relief. At length 1 used you r
Plaster, aud am now by its gbod effect entirely cured,
wiirfecommend the Jew D-.ivid or Hebrew Plaster-to all
who are suffering from contraction of tbe muscles, OT perma
nent pains in-the side or back.
, 1 lie; jjeople pj l.eorgia Have but to become acquainfed with
ts' virtues whin tliey will resort toils use.
' Yoors, truly, JI. W. AVALKES, M. P,
" Forsythe, Sleriroa cc-naty, us.
To Messrs. Scovil A Mead, New" Orleans, La.
IfkW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IX X0RTII
Misses. Scorn. A Mead: I have been troubled with tho
chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the I t of
fuly 1840, 1 was sai bad that I could Hi turn myself In bed,
and tho paiu so severe that I had iotsleptawinkfur.ixdy.
At this tunc my attending Physician prescribed tho "Hebrew
Plaster,"' and it acted lite a charm; tlie twain left me and I
slept more than half of Ihe night, and in three, dars I was
ableto ride out. I consider the -Hebrew Plaster the be.t
remedy lbr all sort of t-atns now in use
n w McMIXX.
Hendersonville, X. C, Ang.ltt, lliy.
537" ir :?r rsr ur tsr
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations!
J"Tbe genuine will in future have tbu signature EL
Taylor on the steel plate engraved, label on tba top of each
Purchasers arc. advised that a mean counterfeit of Ihii ar--icles
is in existence.
Tlie (genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hrooghtsit Uie ixmlh- -and tio dlr is allowed to sell it.
Dealr'andpuTcIinsers gen rally are cautioned against bny
ingof but our regular agents, otlierwiso they wiM be Impon
eil upon with a worthless article.
Forsaleby SCOVIL 4 MEAD,
111 Chart res street. New Orleans.
General AYholesalo A gents fertile Suothenr Stated, to whom
all orders ifiiutbe,,iddreoxl.
Sold by EWI.V, Bll0A'X k Co., Xahrille, Tenn.
- ' W. W. A 3. B. BERRY, - do? .
J. M. ZIMKIUIAX A Co.. do.
CaVRTWRIGHT A AR3STE0NG,dn;
TH0M.VS WKIJ!, do,
julyl-dtwyr II. G. SCOVEIa, do.
UNITED STATE3 HOTEL.
; AUQUSfy, OA.
THE above HOTEL is now open for Uie reception nf
PERM AXEX? AND TRS'y IUNT BOAIIDERH.MI
This long esiablislied and well-known Bouse bos under
get., a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
few and fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied withjhe BEST tho
market affords; and tha Proprietor trusts, by a systentitio
coarse, both with servants and the regulations ofthe hoasi
generally, he will be enabled to give entire' satisfaction ta
those that rosy favor him with their patronage,
(ansa lytrw, , JNO. V. SPEBAS
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