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I I I. l. UMUIN AND AMERIfhW
UNION AND AMERICAN
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" KASHVILLE WHOLESALE PRICES CTEEEHT.
COSSECTED DAILT EI J08350S, HOEX, & Ca
Asts. Collins A Co IS 00 14 00
Other warranted brands 9 00 bg 10 50
Jtaoous. Common, fj doz
Bt'CVETS. Ohio, y doi
Casmoj. Common Castings, y tU,
Mill Cranio-, Ac
Wagon boxes, y set t. . . .
CoortEins. Molasses barrels,.....
.v Whisky, do
Flour do ,
CdfrtufYanss. Aksorted Nos... ,,
. Dozcu Yarns, 500
. . L"o. do. 60i
" lk). do. 700
' '" ' ' Twine,
i Cheese. Common, W. It.
. English Dairy
t ' Durham Farm
Cocoicc Manilla, V H
Bagging, 44 indi
" ' Do. 44 do
Cider. Common, f) bbl
Ciapus. Tallow mould
Coil. Cumberland, large..
CfUCEEKi. NixonV, i bbl. ,
Caxdies. In bulk, f) lb
Corrtu. Sheet, ytl
Dai'Gj A Dtss. Aloes, India, l
Do. Socotriua, y lb.
r m ., Assafuetida
Arrow Hoot.. ,
Ualls, AlepX ,
Gum, Copal, washed. .
Do. Arabic, India..
1.1 . .
Jalap Root, pulverized. 1
jviauui , asu.iu......
Do. Castor, gall...
Da Iicmnn, y lb....
Ottool Koe, Voz
1'ru vsiate Potash . . . . .
Rhubarb, K. 1
Senna, Alexandria. . .
Da Eat India....
Snake Koot, Seneca. .
Do. do. Ya
Do. Extra tine....
. 4 00
. .. 75
. . . 20
Sal Soda.... ,
Sup. Carb. Soda. . .
Tartaric Acid Co
Vitriol, blue 17
DrelWooD. Camwood, yli u
't Micaraugua. 6
Fainrs, Nets, kc Apples, green, y bbl.l 00
Do. dried, 60
Peachej, pealed ... . 2
Cranbetnes, y bbl..
- : Almonds, shell'd flb
x- Do. solt shell..
. Do. hard do...
Lemons, y box....
' ' 1'runes, y Vb, in jars
laisini, M. H.y box.
Do. Sultana, do..
7 Walnuts, Eng'h y lb.
.i Drazil Cream Suis.. .
l'ea Nuts, y bush....
Fee ins. y lb
jEATntES.--Lire Geoe, y Hi 40
Wild Cat 6
Fish Cod, dry, lb
Shad, lialtimore, y Hi
Mackerel, So. 1
Do. No. 2
Do. So. 3
. GrxsEKQ. Ginseng, llb
Giuis. Wheat, y bushl 60
, Do. white
1 leans, white
Oats, clean ,
Shorts, y cvv t 80
"Glass, Country llrands, Window 8-10.. 8 50
Do. 10-12.. 4 00
Do. 10-14.. 5 00
Do. 11-16.. 5 60
Do. 11-13. .6 00
GuJirownEtt. Hazard's Ky. Hide, yleg.u 25
.'lUnr. Brown, y ton
Hlo. West Flint, y tii
Hat. Loose, y ton
lios'ET. In comb, y lb
1 Alcr. Seignette
J. J Dupey
Otard, ( Dupey A Co), . .
Da. in yt pipes..
a 4 00
.... 2 50
Maderia. 1 50 200
Hurguudy l'mt 75 1 25
Crown, do 1 50 i 2 w
White Wine, p bbl 15 00 a
Claret, in casks 85 00 40 il
Da in boxes 2 50 a 3 00
Couimou Kectllled 20 a 23
Da Pike's Magnolia.... 25 a 2S
Harper's 25 n 2S
IJucoln, 80 u 35
llobertson county So a 40
y--T ' ilonoiigahcla 05 a 45
llourbon 35 n 4
Hye 10 a 50
Irish and Scotch, 2 00 a 8 .Vi
Alcohols. 7C&S-2 proof 60 o 70
,3ttON". Tennessee mauni'actuied
Dand 6 a
' Hod 5
Sheet 7K a
ltoiler Plate a
Viz. V ton 40 00 a
lioiler.Vlb C a
, .Anurican Sheet, K''
. .v.. - Har puddl'd and boiled
lUxt Stoce. Hogs, y 100, net 8 00
!.s DeCFes, do 3 00
Sheep, y bead 1 50
ej. Cows and Calre 20 00
? , 8
a SO 00
a Sp 00
hji. ' -
Nails. Nails, lod. aVeg.;.....
.-j Dai Cd,
Lara, gall ,
a pi 00,
Olire, do,, 1 90
Linseed ............. ...i.i.... 90
,, Sperm, winter,....
' ' Do Fall
Oaecjl American, ?) lb
Paists. White Lead, pure
Ileil Lead, Cincinnati...
Let barge ..............
1 Chinese lilne..;.v:'..:.
Chrome Yellow. .......
Venetian Ited, cwt
Yellow Ocre ............
tamp Black, papers....
Rags. Bags, y fij., cash
Bice. Carolina,.fresh... j. . , .. .
Salt. Kanawha, 7? bushel
Dverpool, line sack. . . 1 . . .
:. r a
Bar, yTU... .' 7
.' : Upper, V doz 18 00
Harness, y lblU 20
Calfskins-a-do. I. oo
2 50 -
' 65 - a
) 90i.- Vl
a 2 75
Red Top. . .... ....... s
. . .Flax Seed, y 56 lb
Mustard, t) lb
00 a ,..
Spices. Cassia, in mats; y lb'. . .". . .
uioves , 4..;...
Mace'. 1 .'
Pimcuto . .
Son.i. Per pound ."
Saltpctlr. Refined. ?R lb . . . '. . . .4 " . .
Starch. Per pound .... .1
Steel. American Blistered
:i Crowley. ii. .. . '.
, , German
'151 tat yie
, .. ...a
Shot. Per bag I '..
Buck, y bag
Soap. Co.tiIe .";
Jiashville, No. 1 -..i...
Tea. Gunpowder, y Bi. .'.
Tlx. English lllock I.
Tallow. Rendered '. '.
Vegetables. Potatoes Irish.
Do. "Sweet "'V...
Vi.VEGiE. Cider, bbl.
Wool. Well washed
Common to good
VALUABLE IRON P30PERTY AND FABJf FOR SALE.
THE subscriber would call the attention of those who
wish to embark in the Iron business, also those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to the following-
property which he oilers for sale.
1st. Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in tbe State, being
47 feet high. Thetuniace, except the stack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to put in blast by the 1st of No-
vemoer. ine romeoi me ortn estern Jtlauroad, as sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and the timber and gromm admirably adapted
Also, Belleview i uniaee. and about RCOO acres of land,
including the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, aDout three miles South cf Charlotte. There is a
good water power, and also good farming lands attached to
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones Creek, and about 37,
00 acres of laud. The lallis 23 feet, and the head tI water
immense. 1 here are some very line farming lands in this
tract, and it is altogether a most desirable locution.
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of
which there are tire or sir, present the best water pouers
for the size of the stream that can be found in any country.
The Duck River ore bank is tbe heaviest deposite of ore in
the Stale, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within hilf a mile of
Duck River, and the lands around are covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tuv.nel, at the Nairows of Harpeth, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of Und for
buildings and machinery. It isuttnecestarrto speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. It is known to
every one, and tncnty-Qve years of experience enables th
subscriber to speak with certainty of its grest benefits and
usefulness. 1 1 is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which lor beauty and fertility is second to ncne The house
is large and airy, and the out-buildiugs of the best descriji
lion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
by the Nashville nnd Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville aud 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
larni," watered bv Little Harpeth, and the best evidence of
iLs quality is the liay produced on it this year, which all
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they "have ever seen.
Itis altogetherone of the most desirable tarms for beauty
and proat that is in the South-west. It contains about 560
The above property is oflered for sale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fact that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo
cated at dhTercnt points, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any one wishing to purchase any of the abovo property
will pleasecall onthe subscriber at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamson county. Ten
neesee. aug31 lm M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1851, and send bill to this Ollice.
"VTECSROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has sev
J eial families of Negroes that be will sell at private
sale to persons residents in this Slate, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville aud Frank.
Iin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. M. BELL.
oug31 4 m.
DIt. W3U McLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of NashviH
and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
deuce of fourteen years in the South, and permiuientlvlat
cated himself in South Nashville, at the comer of WasX
ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be founif
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ot the following diseases, viz: Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroflulous, Ilemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, 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 his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of vt hich lie treated with moi e
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in theMedi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and pationage
of the sick aud afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
J3J-AII Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
WNTED at the South Nashville Furniture Factory, of
good SEASONED LUMBER
100,K0 feet or 1 inch Walnut l'lauk--wide;
50,000 do do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,1)00 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4, 5 A 6 in. sq're;
100,000 do Cherry do do do;
100,000 do ys inch Cherry Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,XH) do Ash, ranging from 1 to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which UashvsWX be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or 30 good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be giveu in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP
HOLSTERS. Noue but good workmen need apply,
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
T AM just rcccivinga fine assortment ofFur-,
A uitureof the latest and most approved C
t vies, Inch will be an-auted as recommend-'
ed, and ull be sold us cheap as the cheapest. Having en
arge I my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ol Gil
bert's superior Piano. a!i Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
scut fiee tuthelUilroad or unvwhete in the city. Remem
bcr45. Union street. Cheap Furniture Depot.
ap7 1 .11. MORTON.
'IMIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURN'ITKMI
1 MAXUFACMUUI.NO COMl'AXV, are now ofierijiga.
2gf splendid assortment of Plain aud Fashionabls-Fuj
' tj lutiirc at their Depot on Market fctreet.ThotnasTfiS
aSjjjjuew building, (between Union Hall anil thYr
Square,) which they otter at prices to suit purchasers, Efl
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give satiatac
don to purelia5rs work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work af Ended
with despatch. JL U. GROOMS, IWt.
W. L-Naxce. SccV septT.
I?OU SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Caney
1 Fork River, 75 miles from Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the liver
navigable for steamboats 7 or 3 months in the year. Those
wishins to engage in the Lumber trade, or in raising stocek.
would do well to give me a call.
A. L. DAVIS,
Bait tf. b At tbe U.S. Mail Packet Office.
NEW DRUG STORE.
X G. BROWN,
(formerly of the firm of Ewln, Broien it Co.,)
UAO openea, wiu an enure new sioce oi urugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, ic, 4c-,
on the site formerly occupied by tue old firm."
No. 43, College street, three doors from Union, where he
will be pleased to wait upon bis old friends end citizens gen
erally. Particular attention is given to Physicians' Pro
scriptions, wnicn win oe nuea wim accuracy and oispatcn.
Scbgical Ikstrumexts, comprising Pocket Cases, assort,
ed; Pocktt Vial Cases; several new patterns; Speculums,
assorted; Mid wifer Amputating andTrepanning Instruments,
in cases or separate; Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stethescopes;
Cupping Apparatus; Stomach Pumps; Dissection Instru
ments, ic.. Trusses in even variety a coninlete assortment
of everything usually kept in this hue may be found at
f II E3I I C A LS .A large- stock, and from the
J inauuTacturers, some exceedingly rare, never betore
brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to this
pan oi my siock is respecumiy solicited. -BnST
- J. G.BROWN.
-QEIUIUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted
L lecuvpureaua iresu; lull supply at
aug7 J, G. BROWN.
T ERFU3IERY-In every style, French, German and
A. American uoiogties, llair Uib, romades, ic,.vc
Tooth Powderand I'asle. Piver's Aromal'cViuecar: Glen
Rose Bear's Oil. Bell lavender, brown and white Windsor
Soap, Barbers' Soap in .1 lb bars, together with a general as
sortment oi nam inu fancy soaps, llair lirusnes, itc, sc.
Shell audBiilTalo Dressing and Fine Comb', Ivory do. Pow
der t'uusaudxioxes,liUly wntte, Alabaster, Ac
ang7 J G BROWN.
T EKIN TEA C03IPAN Y. I have a full supply of
JL me nest qualities oi j eas, put up by tins uompany.
it is uie same iormcriy Kept by r.ww, isrown ua, which
gave such general satisfaction. The fie Plus Ultra Black
Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to
any minis market; also, leas in small cauuies oi z ios
each. ang7 J G BROWN.
CONGRESS WATER I have made arrangements
to keen a constant supply of this water, which f receive
direct irom me spring; u gross just received.
aug j u liliUH.1!.
STONE JV ARE Of all descriptions and best quality,
also. Flower Pots, assorted sizes.
aug7 J G BROWN.
BAMBOO FISHING POLES 100 iust received;
also. a full assortment of Fishing Tackle, limerick
Hooks or Snoods, pointed Poles, Ac.
aug j. u. itttuwiM.
T70ILTHE HAIR Lyons' Katharion, Bogle's Hype
J rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchugh's Tricopheroas, at
aug7 J U AtKUW.
STARCH. 15 boxes Proctor & Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, superior article of country made Starch.
aug. J. G. BROWN.
TURNIP SEED. A large lot of Summer and Win
ter, and Summer and Winter mixed.
augT J. U. 1IKOWN.
I70R JEI.IiIES. Sparkling Gelaune, (Jooper'a Sheet
. Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinzrlass: also, a tine lot of
Flavoring Extracts. aug? J. G. BROWN.
LEXINGTON MUSTARD, in , and 1 11. Cans;
fresh and just ree'd. aug7 J. (. BROWN.
YEAST POWDERS nnd Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
ger, While Lead, Red lawd. Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, &c. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Ac
aug7 J. U. lli;uv., 4it, College st.
THE HAS ARB POW
Of Haz&rdrille, Connecticut.
A O. HAZ-lBn, PEEs't. A. E. DOUGLASS, SEc'v.
(CONTINUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well
J known brands. Kentucky llifle. American Stforttnv
jnd'tan llijU in kegs, half and quarter kegs and cannisters
ul one pound eacu. Also, a lull assortment ot rowder tor
II LASTING AND MINING
purposes. The reputation of their Guu Powder is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
my J'otnkr Depot, North-east corner cf the Square.
S. IL L00MIS, Ag't for the II. P. Co.,
aug2 tf Nashville, Tenn.
WALL PAPERS.-Just re
ceived. 2.000 bolts of these
beautiful French Papers, foj Parlors,
Halls. Ac tocelher with a-silendid
assortment ot Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire Screens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac
ISrOu hand a large assortment 01 unglazcd Papers, Irom
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
KLAGES k G0RBEY,
No. 20, College Street, next door to the Sewance House.
july!4 , ,
W. W. FINN,
41, HAEKET STREET,
BETU'JKN OXIO.V i.'P III! SQUARE,
' XathtitU, Tmntntet.
aO LD AND VELVET PA- ATTTr'lggi
PER HANGINGS. A large jXO.,"r
aud beautiful Tariety. fTTn lP
Decorative Wall Papers, all CPQcd r&
the latest French designs.
Borders, Window Papers, Teaster and Cciii
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Cheap Uiiglnzetl Papers 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12 to 25 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, aud Cheap -oit
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
EST Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that c-XXv,
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. JggiSE.
July U mA A- STOUT.
THOMAS 110UGE. KELSON" WALKER,
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Drassers, &c, &c,
Kb. 13, Cedar street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and oficr 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 who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dressing,
Ac., we have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These arc the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the conn
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see with what magic w e "make the hair Uy," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied and
cotte body. angS tf
Maimey's Reaper and
I REFER the Fanners to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby und L. F. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied ofits great utility. As
he season is advancing, I now offer those 1 have on hand for
$200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
june29, 1853. Nashville, Tenn.
Nashville. June 23, 1S53.
Col. L. P. Cueathax: Dear .Sir: I have been using
he " Reapiug and Mowing Machine" patentented by Mnnney
of Illinois, which you are now offering to the citizens of Ten
nessee. It is a FIRST BATE LABOR SAVINO MACHINE. It WOI kg
neatly and rapidlt. The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the speed of the team. If the team can
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
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 have had for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I now state that itmows and cutscleanerthan the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and itcanreapat least twenty-four acres per day.
junc29-tAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
TJ ANA WAY from the subscriber on the night of
li the 3rd inst., his negro boj AMOS. He is about fir
20 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high and weighs
about 150 pounds, lie is a bright mulatto, ha. 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
Bonds of Soartanbursr C. H. He is probably lurking in
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt bis escape to a
free State. He rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve ycirs
old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
und is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, holds
a line head, is sunk very much above thoeves and inclines
to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
o-ill be given for the apprehension of the boy and horse;
the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses
for keeping the horse will also be paid.
Newberry, S. C. July, W. G. NEEL.
BARBER AND II AIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Ceoar Stcert.
WOULD respectfully inform all who liave any use
lor the services of a Barber, that he has at ths time
in Ins essploy u number of the best and most experienced
operatrcc ibat ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in
Nashville. His shop is fitted upneatly, und gentlemen may
alwaysconfdently rely upon prompt attention aud comfor
table shaving. He 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
dusted." aug 17
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
osrritoxr, xear jjiioad street.
THE Subscriber respectfully returns his
thanks to the public for past favors, and so
licits a continuance 01 patronage in uie aoore
POPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ie Packings, Balbit Jfetal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Generators, AlePumje, and Pumps of eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash win be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
junc22 ly B. COLE.
! O S. WILLIAMS Arent for John Williams. New
O. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Producs
lor shipment. - uly 11
NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1853.
i rpHE undersigned having jnstarrired from New YorkanoV
j JL Philadelphia; he-wishes to inform his friends and for
merpatrons. that he has purchased as large and fine lassort
' ruent of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought to Nashville. They are now ready for
i nspection at lus store, the
vuiiia's fwijunti ruruttiu.u,
aVo. II, Public Square.
I I hare taken particular pains to hare made an assortment
of Extra S'tz G"tiing for Gentlemen, weighing from 800
i to 350 lbs., and who have always been paying high prices to
I the Merchant-Tailors.
! ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
, from the age of 6 years and upwards.
will take particular notice that I can sunnlv them with Cloth-
ing and i umishing Goods either wholesale or retail, as
low as any one in the city.
ALSO, just received a large lot f fine Flush and Cloth
Caps, of various sizes, which 1 can sell twenlij-fiie tier cent.
lower than any other house in the city.
imiu one, come all, to M. POWERS
World's Clolhine Emnorium.
No. 11. Public Square, Nashville.
Come one Come all This Rock shall fly
From its firm bass as soon as I ! ! ! '
FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1833-1.
rpHE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of
i .asuvme auu surrouuaine country mat he nas nowou
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock ot Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall
and Winter wear.
Among which Hay be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, Spanish do. Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coats, Sack, Paletots,
Box, Frock and Dress Coat?, Business do and other styles
and colors too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests ot ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING. Fine Shirts', Tinder-Shirts, Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac., Ac
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
and examine toy stock before purchasiugelsewhore
sept 13 L. POWERS,
No 34, Market St, opposite Union Street.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bnialinn of men. L. P.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vistings of the
ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis
cription, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothinc
Establishments in New York to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
nings, 231, Broadway, I am preparred to offer to my cus
tomers and the public, Clothing of a superior style and qual
ity. Pleasecall and examine tor yourselves.
septt a T. J. HOUGH, Agent
WE hare just received our assortment of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES & VESTTWBS.
of New Styles anil Varieties.
Also, an assortment of Fine Itcudv-niadeCIotliiiiir.
and Gentlemen's FurnisUius Goods.
Scp20 CLIFTON & ABBOTT,
No. 15 Cedar tt.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
READY-MADE CLOTHING I
II. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
io. 29 Marl-it street, opposite the Union Hall.
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding country, that ho has just received one
of the largest and most complete assortments of GentUnierCi
Fall and fFlnter Cimliing und FarnUhxug G001U ever
brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed in
quality and workmanship, and at such low prices as -annot
tail to please, the stock has been selected and made up
under my own inspection, exprt&ly suited to thj wants of
Also, a large assortment ol
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tiL
As my stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country' Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, us I shall take great pleasure in showing
Uie Goods. II. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market st,
nct 3m Opposite Union Hall.
THE subscriber has ju-t opened, at his old stand. No 53
Market street, next door to T. W. & W. H. Evans, the
largest and most elegant stock or 11KAD V MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furni3hin? Goods, he ever had the
pleasure of exhibiting to his frisnds and customers, which
he is ottering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he confidently believes, give entire satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety of style and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a arge assort
ment; Carjiet Bags, Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assoi tment ot Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket Hdkfs., Ac; all ol which are new, and purchased of
the best houses iu the Eastern cities expressly for this mar
ket Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he invites an examination into bis present stock and
prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
M. SULZBACKER, Agent,
septSS 3m No. 53 Marketst
100 lins Rio Coii'ee,
IX STORE AXD FOR SALE BY
. H. lioouiis,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
octl If Nashville, Tens.
POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels,
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in the market, always on hand and for
sale by julyl5- CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
AFICTYFUSI3l00oM7ceTgenuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, for sale by
CHEATHAM. WATSON 'A CO.
jylS at W. H. Gordon- A Co.'s., PublicSquare.
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATT0ENEY AT LA W AND LAND AGENT.
Woco Villase, Texas.
WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi
gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas:
Hon. O W. O. Ton-os, Hon. Natjitax Greek,
" R. G. M'Ktsxnv, " R. L. Ridlet,
" R. L. Carctueus, ' Abe Carutoers,
Joitx L. Bries, Governor Wu.B. CaurnELL.
GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On Otlnje tlreet, one dvor Ixniih the Square.
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizens and
strangers passing through Nashville, to calljit their
store and examine the most elegant assortment of Finishimr
and Fancy Goods, ever brought to Nashville. We have at all
times the latest styles and best quality of Goods, and invite
special attention to our Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, which
we warrant to be well made, and to Gt better than any other
style of Shirts. Our stock consists in part of Linen and
Muslin Shirts, evcrysize and quality, bilk. Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Shirts and
Drawers, Silk Merino. Shaker, Iaiinbs Wool, Cashmere,
Brown Cotton and Country Knit Half Hose, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets, Sscarfs, Cravats, Stocks and
Ties, Suspenders, Silk aud linen Handkerchiefs, Robe de
Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, and
many other articles too numerous 10 mention.
N. B. Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton.' Gum Goods, Goodycar's Patent, best articles.
Remember the number 50.
MYERS A McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
VALUABLE LANDS FORsTLEBYVilE
tue of a provision in the will of John Davis, dee'd.,
the undersigned ofliis for sale the following valuable Tracts
of Land, viz : 473 acrs on the Tennessee river, immediate
ly above the mouth of Duck river, affording the best loca
tion on Tennessee nver for a commercial point; 150 acres on
Duck river, opposite the mouth of Pine river; SIJ acres
adjoining the town of Perrvville. in Decatur county; 215
acres on the East side of Buffalo river, near the Hurricane
Bottom, snd 103 acres near tbe West side of Buffalo river,
near its mouth. Terms made known on application to the
undersigned. ffll Executor,
tt ALI f A I J L E C IT Y PR O PE RT Y FO R S A L E
V The undersigned being authorized by a resolution of
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Nashville,
at its meeting on the 14th instant, to dispose of the following
valuable property, to wit:
Lot Nos. 22 and 23, 011 the west side of Summer street,
froutin'" on said street 30 feet and running back 210 feet to
an alley, on which there is a twostory BRlCKTENEMENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also,-Lot No. 23,
situated on the west side of Cherry street, south of Broad
street fiontincon Cherry street 53 feet, and running back
180 feet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots wdl be divided
to suit purchasers. For a more particular description ot
said Kt, reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages C05
and 00'j in tbe Register's office of Davidson county.
The above proerty will be sold at private sale at any
time between now and tho 17th day of December next, and
if not sold previous to that time, will be offered ou that day
at PUBLIC SALE.
The above named property will be sold on a credit of one,
two and three years. Notes payable in Bank without inter
est with eood endorsers, and a lien retained until the pur
chase money is paid. W. H. HORN, Mayor.
DR. J. W. GRAY.
Office in MeCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street
Jidaetn Veaderkk and Union,
decll 12m Residence
BANNTNG'S PATENT LACE. OR ABDOMINAL STTP-
Inr i . . PORTER,
M1.d.e!i.ci,e Penou. male or female, and those
U'.v oar? "juiced with the following diseases, viz: -
P in5phbefBS,VBronc,'Ui3- ShoSn of 1'reath,
i"n. Vue Chest. Weakness and Bleodimrof the Lumr?
U "S fn&U5 VF iness d HlS
nni Till, it ct ,?pm C.iatur, and Enlargement of
-v-w .."".u,-, , ryiapsos ien,oc Bearin-Down Ir.
Abortion and ufol Pregnancy, and the bad shape inci
! de5l' Ch.lId bearing, a Dpos.tien to Drooping, LiWinr
1 and S canness, common to clerk, mechanic! stuOentf
The subscriber Iras had tbeexclusire sale of this celebrat
ed Hnce for several years, during which period alare
number have been sold to those who have given the highest
testimonials of their remarkable curative powers. The most
satisfactory references cai be given to persous in the city of
Nashville and surrounding country; furthermore, they'are
recommended by Rome of the most celebrated arid extensive
Practitioners of Medicine in Nashville and the adjacent
country. Forsaleby II G SCOVEL
Druggist and Apothecary, North side of the PublicSquare,
three doors West of the Nashville Inn. auglS tf,
, drTlTbby's YixzomriiEKi i
TS PREPARED for the Grafenbur Company by Dr. 1
JL Bexjamix LiBnr.of New Hampshire. He is a Physician !
eighty-eight years of aje, and has for tho last sixty-three
years used this Ointment in his prsctice. A euro is war-
rantsd, no matter bow extreme the case. -This
is sufficient to induce evert" ierson sulTerin! tiniTr
thisdiseasetotryit. Price per Bottle J; 1.-
The Vegetable Fills, prepared by the GrafenCurg
Company, are used constantly by hundreds ofthousanda,
who attest their valua.
Tho true operation of Medicine is to give in creased activily
to the means possessed by Nature for the removal cf the
causes of disease. Forall billions disorders. Costiveness,
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of the Bowels, Livsr
Complaints, Headache. Activity of tbe Stomach. Ao. lrice
25 cents per Box, with full directions Forsale by all Drug
gist octlJS ALEX. McKENZfE, Agent.
J. II. Iturrow's I'utcnt Plantation
THIS Mill differ from all others In lha construe Hon of
the uppr or Running .SUjiie, which U composed 01
French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast Iron Case, -which
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eye.or
Hush, IbanUofzreater external iliumeter at the bottom' that
at the ton, which U secured to the back bv four bolts, so that
every block i In theforra ofa dove tail, which gives greater )
trcuiu ui aoboneiuiiianvoiaer nieuina wuica is requirea
In small mills, where tbe stouo Is run with sreat speed, and
becomes dangerous If not strongly made. ItalsoKlvesaiiy
weight to a stone ofsutall diameter that U required without
having It thick or high, that mates It lop heavy.
This mill Is a square frame made of wood or raslIron,ln
the form of a busi.wllh ISriJge-tree, Spindle ltalanre, Ring
Driver, and Kcgalatlns Screw, sud griuds"ui on lha uaue
principle as a larv.e mill, differing onl In the Kunner stone;
this being of great weight enables it to grind nearer tho efrn
teragreaterquantlty ofgrain with less power than an joiner
mill now In use. This mill Isportable,andmaj beatuched
to steam, water, horse or hand oover.
ALSO, all sizes of Krench Burr Milt Stones, manufactured
on the same princiole.
Joseph II. tturrows, of Cincinnati, Is the inventor, for
which he obtained i',teri Patent lu 1&42. For alilnMnge
ments the purchaser will be held responsible for tbe right
These Mills do not require a Mlllrlght to set them up; and
all that is necessary to put them in operation, Is to attach a
hand to the pulley on the spindle, wilti a drum suUcieally
large to run a twenty-four inch Mill 240 revolutions per
mlaute, attached to Gin, Mcam, or Water Power. Br the
steady application of two hersepowcr tho Mill will grind six
(o a bushels per honrof good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, If put to Us fullest
speed, wli grindfrom ten to cTlcepbusbelsperhour.
These mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom
mended. Dieictioxs roK Using. Place yourmlUaboutSOreetfrom
the Driving Pulley in a level position; make the belt of
leather six or eight inches wld. Give the StoneS4(l revolu
tions a minute with lha sun. Keep the uect and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place thastaron the back of the
Kunning Stone, in the same way as Ihe Cross on tho Driver,
that is, the way they are trimmed to run.
Kfer to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio,
Jesse Beal,Eq.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All orders directed to JOHN E. B0U.MA5,
N; 52 Broadway, Nashville, A-entfnr .Mlddleand East
Tennessee, or J. II. HUHKOWS,
JanSC 4.tr-w.Scw.ly. West Front st.Cin.O,
ERB'S PATENT STRAW COTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention lias been ia 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 used il, and is the most superior machine
in use, for the purpose liir which it is designed. It is sim
ple in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a boy 12 years of age.
It will cut straw or com in the shuck from half inch to
three inches in length. Many certifle-ites might be pro
duced from Farmer who bava used them, to pruve their
superiority over any other straw and com cutter now in
Use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will nnd a valuable acquisition to their farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means forman
ufacturing these machines, and be now solicits for .them
the attention of the public, and the farmers and planters
particularly, of the South and West. He will hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do the work for which they are designed.
Being the inventor and patentee, aad sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture tbem,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sepT 6m J0HNF1ERB.
DR. FRASZ'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all or his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the use of thrte lot.
tUt of tlu Magnetic Ointment, luid hie hair entirely re
ttored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of ace. had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle' lie had 1
the benefit or the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he waa emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of afewbottlesof the Oint
ment he was thoroughly cured, andfor seven months pustha3
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of inflammation of the tplfen,
of long standing; has a vai iety Of treatment from no less than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four Lotties of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This was fourmouths agoandthc lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to ber usual
household duties. I have treated two cases of Clronie Sort
Eye with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
Uml, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of tbem bad be;n afflicted 13 years, the other
about 9 years. They had tried tl e best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and one of them bud keen under tbe
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; ami are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no case hoe it
failed of gicing immediate rtlief and qentraliaperrninent
cure. I have alsoused it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I hare within the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of tbe Magntlic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of tho most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public Respectfully Yours,
burton: hubbell, m. d.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of ibis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by II- O. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLE,
rnavt CARTWRIGHTA ARMSTRONG.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted in the nune of J. 1). March A Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. D. MARCIL
ltf Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the name is respectidly solicited.
jan2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
I AND W AIlllANTS. We are buying and paving
i the very highest prices for IAND WARRANTS. I'er
sons at a distance having warrants tosell by sending to us
by niailorotjienvb may depend on getting; the highest
prices at which theyaresellingatthotimeinNashvilie, and
tbe cash remitted or laid to order.
juy21 DYER PEARL A CO.
1?OIl .VlTiToit UHN'IVA new Frame Uousejuit
' completed with seven rooms, well plastered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, in Ilines additional
Nashville. Tbe said house is about four hundred yards
from the Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable
For further particulars enquire of R. L. Crenshaw, r
auglS W. D. ROBERTSON, M'Lemore st.
I'VIms EITIXG CORDIAL, a Phenomenon In Medicine.
J. Health Kejtowd and Lite In7th.n..l
1 DK. MOUSE 1NVIGOKAT1XG ELIXIR OR CORDIAL.
For eonturles, Mdieal science has been rantactiinr the
vegetable and mineral tlogdcm,tn search ofwmethlar that
should restore the lost or decaying energies or Ihe nervous
and muscular systems without thedrawbacfc or subsequent
prostration, which all stimulants, tonics, and narcotics had
heretofore entailed. That something hai been found. Iti
a.vegeuble production, brought from the atertle deserts or
Arab a the Shiny, by the celebrated Professor M. ilcrse.weli
known as a distinguished member ot the leading cieatISe
societies or the Old World, and equally .dlangnlshed u a
physician, a coemlst,and atraveler. The Juices ofthlsherb,
contentrated end combined with other vegetable- medicinal
iV.fct" ""rn0"iwfducing-results heretofore enhaard of,
ted tV?nSlc'J,i;,,r7.' AUravtli properties attrlbu
5?iV.0"of -HORSE'S 1KVIGOKATIXG KLttlK OK CUK.
Kinij ?Ietaedbnloua. The public often deceived
l tataM ' r miW f """"""IT 'Web i, perfectly lrr
.Hnlr re1n,eJlc. In all cases, the deplorable evils
arising from a mlsusa or abase of the variou.nri. Vi v
make np the wonderful machtna U.d m,. It.torelto
IM vigor .very delicate function connected 'with ttit mva!
JltL10?30 r-our,! agency of matter and I mind. alar to
the re-product on of human Ufo. To persona oV feebiTmn
cular frame, r deficient in vital rw,Tu"en?ruendil
as the only means of communicating that enem wtUeh It
necessary to the proper enjoyment or all the nawrll Lpp!
iiUs.aswetlajtiehtrberinental attributes. Ita bln.neili
effects are uotcouttoedtoeither.exor to any age Th.ri,
worn man orbusiness, the victim or nervous depression tht
Individual suffetlog; rrom general debility, Sr rrora th
weakness or single organ, will all Und immediate aad per
manent relierfromthe use of this Incomparable renovator
Totiioso who have a predisposition to paralyiisitwlll prove
a complete and unfailing- safeguard against that terrible mal
ady. There are many, perhaps, who hare so trifled with
their constitutions, (hat they think themselves beyond th
reach of medicine. Letnotrven these despair. The Elixir
deals with dUeasa as H exists, without reference to cauiea,
amu .111 uutuiuj r;uivie uv uisurucr itaeii, out
Rebuild the Broken Constitution.
Tl, .t...... ... . it... , , . ..
... uvii.uu,vum vi 1U.1JIKIU, icauiui? to nervous au
eascs, andlhefurma ofnervous dlscace lUelf.are to numer
ous that It would roqutra a column to enumerate, the mala,
dies for which this preparation is a specific. A rew, how.
ever, may be enumerated, vix: neuralgia, tic dolereanr,
headache, tnelplont paraljsis, hysteria, palpitation of the
heart, spinal affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatu
lence, a pricking sensation m the flesh, numbness, torpidity
of the liver, meutal depression, weakness of th will, indis
position to move, ratntuues alter exercise, broken sleep and
terrifying dreamstuabllity to remain iu one place or post.
tion,wcakne.s or th. procrrative organs, sexual incompe
tency, melancholy, monomania, fluor albut. sinking at the
stomach, female lir. gularilles, a chronic tendency to mis
earr'ago, emaciation, and all complalnu growing on', or a
free indulgence of the pulsions, and alt barrenness that
does not proceed from organic causes beyond tbe reach of
Whenever the organ to tie acted Upon are free from mal
forination orstr.ctural diseases it Is averred. that
Morse's Invigorating Elixir,
wilt replace wejtneji with strength, Incapacity with eflcleni
cy. Irregularity with unform and natural acltvllT, and this
not out) wlihout hixird or reaction, but with a happy effect
on the general organization, tr f Hear In mind that all
maladies, wherever they begin, finish itu the nervous sr-
lam .mil Ih.tH.. i.ihII..I... ..r ik. . ... ... ' .
....u.,.,!.,,,,, iuu 11 c 1 1 cm 01 motion ana
sensation Is physical death. Hear in mind also, that for eve
ry tlud or nervous disease the Elixir Cordial is the ouly re
liable prepaiatlon known.
Cure of Nervous Diseases.
language can convey an adequate Idea of the lmtnedi.
ateandalmostmiraeulous Changs which It occasion In the
diseased, debilitated and aliatlered nervous system, whether
broken down by excess, weak by nature, or Impaired by slck
ness.tlie unstrungand relaxed organization Is at once braced
re-vivified and built up. Tho mental and ph) steal symtouu
of neivous disease vauish together under lu Influence. Nor
lathe effect temporary; on the contrary, thorcliet is peima
nent, Tor the cordial proierus ot the medicine reach the
constitution ltsoir, and restore it to lu uuruu? condition.
Well may tha preparation be called lha
or the nineteenth century. It Is, as theflrstscicntlflcnian to
the world would hava admitted, that miracle or medicine
heretofore supposed to have no exIsUnce.
A Stimulant that Entails No Re-Action.
Itsforce Is neterexpanded, at Is tha case with opium, alco
holic preparatious, aud all other excitants. The effect of
these Is brief, and itmay well be said of him who takes them,
"The last state or that man la worse than the first " lSutthe
Elixir Is an exhllenint without aslntledrawback safe In IU
operation, perpetual in its happy influence upon the neives,
the mind, and the entire organization; It will also remove de
pressions, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness,
dislike ot society, Incapacity tor aluJy or business.
Loss of memory,
Confulon, giddiness, rush of blood to thehead, melancholy
mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thougbu or self de
struction, fear orinsanlly.hypochondriasis.dysprpsla rene
rat prostration, Irritability, nervousness, Inability to sleep,
diseases Incident to feuiles, decay orthe propogating func
tions, hysteria, monomania, vague terrors, palpitation or the
heart, linpotency, constipation, etc., etc., from whatever
cause arislngit Is, inhere isany reliance to be placed on hu
man testimony, absolutely Infallible.
A Croat Medicine for Females,
The unparalleled effrcu of this great restorative. In all
complalnu incident to females, mark a new era in the an
nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulanu have been in
vented thousands orinvlgorants concocted ail purporting
to be specified in tho various diseases and derangements to
which the delicate formation of woman render her liable.
The result has heretofore been uniform. Thcso nostrums
have indeed Imparted a atomeuUry vivacity to the nervous
system, a transient and delusive vigor to the muscles; but
this flish of relief h been aueeeedaJby a depression and
prostration greater than beforehand tho end has too often
been utterly toparal)zelhe recuperative power of the nerves
and the vlul organization, and finally to destroy tha unaannv
patient. Batln "J
lorse's Invigorating Elixir.
Ispresenteda a phenomena. In the materia medica hitherto
unhearl cf a ttuuulant-without a reaction.
The herb which forms Its main Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all the great medical and pharmaceutical Institu
tions oThurope to beln this respect sul generis. Dr. Morse,
whose name 19 an undisputed anlhority in sciences, discov
ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exci
ted by tbe wonderfully invigorating effects It priducedupon
tbe natives. In tact the wonderful power of endurance, the
exhaustless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes.ln
their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the use of this vi
An appeal la made to
Kvsry Woinnn of Seme,
who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, pkinslu the back, or any other disorder, whetberpecu
Uartoher sex, orcommouinboth sexes to give the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
or others, will find this CordUl after they have used a bottle
or two.a thorough regenerator of the system, in alldlree
tiocs are to be louiri the happy parenU or healthy offspring,
who would nothave been to, but for this extraordinary prep
aration. And itis equally potent for the many diseases tor
which it is recommended. Thousands or young men havo
been leatoredby usiagit, and notin a single Instance has It
tailed to benefit them.
1'crsons of Pale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of abottleor
two to bloom and 1 Igor changing the skin from a pale, yel
low, sickly color, to a beautiful florid complexion.
To the Jlisguulcd,
These arcomooftho sad aud melancholy effects nrodurrd
by early habits of )milh, iz. weakneM or the back and
limbs, pains in the head, dimness of sight, loas or muscular '
power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous Irrltabll-
iiy, derangement orthe digesilra functions, general debility, 1
symptomitor consumption, Arc. j
.Mentally, the fearful effects on the mind are much to be j
dreaded. I-ossof memory, confusion oHdeas, depression or
spints-etil fore-bodingi, aversion to society, seir distrust, '
love ofsolitnde- timidity, cVc.,ar some orthe evils produced
All thus afflicted
Hi-fore Contcmpluting marriage.
should reflect that asound mind and bodv are ths moxtn,-. .
essary requisite to promote connubial happiness; iudred,
without laoso, the journey through lire becomes a wearv pil
grimage, the prospect hour! darkens tha view; the mind be
coraessiiadoweu nu urspair,aca lined with the melancholy
reflection that the happiness ol another becomes blighted
with your own. B
Parents and Cimrdiuns.
Are often misled with respect to tho causes and sources ol
diseases in their sous rnd wards. How often do they ascribe
to other cause.or waiting of the frame, Idiocy, madness, pal
pitation of the heart, IndlgertiOn, derangement cf tho ner
vous system, cough and symptoms Indie illng cnnsuniptlon,
when the truth Is. that they have Lreu ludu1 jing in a perni
cious though alluring practice, destructive both to mind
Ph. Moxsx's Inviooaxvim CvrnUL has been counter
felted by some unprincipled pers-.ns.
Iu future all the genuine Cordial wilt hare tbe proprietors
fae-similo pasted oer the cork or each bottle, and the fol
lowing words blown In the glass
'OK. MORSE'S INVIHOKATIVG COKfilAL,
C. If. 8l.NO, VUOl'KIKTOK, N.Y."
TTF The Cordial is put up highly eoucoatrated. In pint
bottles. ' '
Paicx $3 00 per bottle: two Tor SJ CO: sir Kir SIT 00,
c. 11. mxi:, PitopKiKioi:.
li Broadway, Xew York.
Sold by Druggist throughout the Unilsd States, Canada
and West Indies and also by W.l-'.tiltAY, successor 10
Cartw right & Armstrong, corner or Market and Broad streets,
Sajhvlllu, Tennessee. loctSC dwitCm
JW'. F.f!lt,VY, SOL AO EXT,
J. II. CURKEY '
G&eg tlreet, Xo. 23, opjiotiie Semtnee Ifvuse.
BEGS leave to inform his friends and tbe pnMir ' m.
generally, that be has opened a regular Cof-w
fin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing
and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skiff's Patent Indistruct
ible Air-tight and Air-exhausted Buna! Cases, the best
now in use for preserving tlie corps, be will keep a supply
of them constantly on band, together with an assortment of
all kinds of covered and wood Coflios. lie is prepared to
furnish good Hearses and any number of Hacks tbat may
be wanted; also shrouds of every description, made in the
best style, together with every equipage necessary for fune
rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats
and Railroads, or from the surrounding country will be
promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre
paring and encasing bodies for traniportat-orf. All orders
left at his Furniture and Coffin Rooms promptly attended
to, bothnightand day lie will give his personal atteution
to oil funerals. Charges moderate.
Jf. B. Furniture and Mattresses of every description
made to order and of the bet materials, and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch.
augg7 o c. J.H.C.
7ALCAHl.K mYLXMN'J IIOtfSH "Foil
SALE. The undersigned offers for sole his residence
on Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
. . It- C. FOSTER. 3d.
Or in my absence to ,G. M. FOGG
una 17 tf.
JOHN YORK A CO., have on hand a variety of superior
Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever ottered for
gale m Nashville. Eeery peaiearranled. octl
OOLIiAIlS.-IiVliUY VAKIL.TY OF COL
LARS, latest styles and best quality received and fo
ale by nov3 MYERS A McGILL.
rpOTHE PimMC-IlADWAT & CO., THE
A. Inveutcra Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly
EIf 3 .mediea, were the first to discover a
Remedy possessing the Marvelous mid Mirracnlons power
of stopping the- most Excruciating Pud in an instant, al
ia) ing me worst t. ramps and t-pasnis. either internal or ex
ternal, in a few minutes, and soothing tbe most" tevara
Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and TicDoloreux.
as soon as applied. The R. R. R. Remeuiea consist ot
three Remedies, each prweising quick and wonderful pow
ers over certain complaints and disease and will instantly
RELIEVE the Unman System from pain.
REGULATE each Organ to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposifes.
RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors.
REBUILD tbe Weak and Broken Down Constitution.
RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all unsound
and worn out parts.
R. K. R. N 0. 1 , Rad way's Ready Relief, for all Acuta
Lomplahils, Internal or External. The moment it is ap
plied exturnally, or taken into tbe system, it will stop- tbo
m mi?r!S?,nfrpio n1 c,klT remove its cause.
ikUfcUMATISil Mr. Granger, a mason well known ill
Brooklyn, wm a cripple fur nine years. ISadway's Read,
heiier relieved him from pain in Eileen minutes, enablesT
him to walk- two mile wiitMmt the aid of stick or crutch jn
three days, and cured him entirely in one week.
Thousand of other cases eqiailr u wot-derful as the
above, .have been cured by R, R. Relief.
irerUSA "'PI'V11'' K4dT Helief will re
lieve the sufTerer from all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes.
Tl.V?. il? mo,t Ieprat cases in arew hoars.
NEL KALGLV. The moment R. R. Relief is applied it
allaya the most painful paroxysms. It will always curt
pains in Cfleen mmutes. 11 will likewise prevent renewed
AGUE. In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Belie)
will stop the Chills and break: tbe Fever.
Aches of all kinds. Pains of all kinds, Bruisea, Burns,
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joint?, Lameness. One ap
plication of Rad way's; Ready Relief will, in a few moments ,
entirely stop the pain.
It reduces swellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, re
mo real bruises,- allays the mdst violent irritations. For all
pains use R. It, Relief. Look for the signature of Had way
A Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R. NO. 2. Radway's Renoroiieg Resolvent.
stcsoti ua, itcuuvaie zicouuos; it cures
Dteesling of the Lump,
St. Vitas' Dance.
Asthma, ' Nodes,
Bronchitis, Fever Sores,
The above eighteeu t-omtttaittts K. R. Resolvent wdl tub.
It renovates tbevsystem aimpleteiy, Kesolvini- array from
the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free
ing; tbe Blood and Fluids of Life from alt corrupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to every
Organ and Member of the body.
"LETTERS FROM HIGH ALT1I0RIT V.
Hon. J. J. MlddleUm, of Waccuiuaw. S. C, writes us
under date of May, 2d, lSM.that Radway's Renovatmi; Re
solvent cured one of bis negroes, on lus plantation at Beau
fort, of a Scrofulous complaint, of many jeum" atanuin,
Tbe poor fellow was s disgusting object of pity; be was a '
moving mass of sores. The other negroes could not remain
In the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, aud is now at work upon
the plantation. To the opJe of S. C. Mr. Middleton is
well known, and to the political work! Mr. Middleton is no
SCROFULA. When tbe patient lias been afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptoms will appear ca th
T1I1KD DAVatleruaing R. R. Resolvent
ten years on tbe Fifth day.
Tenth day, "
We have bad cases where old meo of sixty years, who
have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rail
way's Renovating Resol vent R. It. Remedies exhibit their
efficacy immediately. They do not keep tbe afflicted pain,
stricken sutJerer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring, re
building, and regulating tbe diseased body, to health and
Mr. W. B. Oliver, ol Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga., under date
of May SO, 1SS3, writes 'that a servant girl who was so re
duced that no one would give a thrip fur ber life," She was
so covered with sorts Uat there was not a spot cf pure flesh
of the sixe of a silrer dollar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured br Radway's Renovating Resolvent
' NINETEEN. YEA US. Mr. llendermn, of Westforf,
Mass . baa been covered with sores ft-r umeteen years, and
cured by I!. R. Resolvent.
SALT RHEUM. The most obatioafe case- ofSalt Rheum
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT
One gentleman whe supposed that this complaint was he
reditary in bis family, and. had been afUctcd with Salt
Rheum since bis birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles
of tbe renovating Resolvent, and tbe potgosou Rheum en.
tireiy eradicated from his system.
IT REGENERATES every organ- and member of the
body; it makes sound, healthy and stougall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
AVEAKNESS, in Male or Female, is qnickly cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and
healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or
diseases of either one or more of Ike generative organs, are
quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and
LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In woroetj, tbe nu
merous complaints and ailments which east such gloom
over their spirits, few doses of tbe Renovating Resolvent
will quickly remove, and the most nervous. Gloomy and de
depressed, feel healthy, strong ami happy.
Persons wishing this remedytvill plese ask for Radway's
Renovating Resolvent. Jts price is one dollar per bottle.
No small bottles nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Each,
bottle bears the fac simile signature tf
BADWAV 4 CO.,l2 Fulton it N.Y.
R. R. IL, for sale by Druggist generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennnesseo.
MANDFIEL1W A CO, Memphis.
novl lm Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVTD'3 HEBREW PIASTER,
rpHE great Remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, pain Ic the Sid
JL Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
White bwellings, Hard Tumor?, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where Ibis Plaster is applied Pain cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of being put np la
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physicians and the people In general, both in thfa
country and Europe, tbat it is almost needless to say any
tiling about it. Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its healing powers who have not yet tried it For their
sakes we will simply state what it has- done in .hocsand vt
cases, and what jt will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following testimony from a Physician.
Gentlkhex Your Hebrew Plastcr nas cured me of pains
of which I have suffered for twelve years past. During this
period I labored under an affliction of my loins and side, and
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief At length I used your
Plaster, and am now by its good effects entirely cured
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who are suffering frem contraction of the muscles, or perma
nent pains in the side or back.
The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted with
ts virtues when they will retort to its use.
Yours, tmly, M.W. WALKER, M. D,
Forsythe, Monroe cosnly, Gs.
To Messrs. Scoril A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Mes.rs. Scorn. A Mead: -I have been troubled with tha
chronic rheumatism for tbe last twelve years. On tbe 1st or
ftdy 1SPJ, I was so bad that I could not turn myself In bed,
and the paiu so severe that I bad not Mpt a wink for six days.
At this time my attending Physician prescribed the "Hebrew
Plaster," and it acted Hie a etiann; the pain left me and I
slept more than half of the night, and in three days I was
able to ride. out. I consider the "Hebrew Plaster' the best
remedy for all sorta of pains now in use
G. W. McMllfN.
nendenonviWe, N. C, Aug. 18, lZO.
2T 15T t3 SJ 1ST J2T IS
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations I
jgf The genmne wiH in future have the signatire
Taylor on the steel plate engraved label on, thai top of each
Purchasers are advised that 3 mean counterfeit of ttusar
icles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hrougbouttbe South and no pedlar is allowed to jiell iu
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned again! t buy
ing of but our regular, agents, otherwise they will bo impos
ed upon with a worthless article.
Forsaleby SCOVHs A MEAD,
111 Chart res street. New Orleans.
GeneranVholesale Agents for the Southern Stales, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWIX, BROWN A Co, Nsihrulet, Tents.
W. W. A J. B. BERRY, doj
J.JI. ZIMERMAN A Co, do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do,
THOMAS WELLS, do ,
July 1-dtww H. Q. SCOVEL. do.
UNITED STATES HOT5LT
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception cf i
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. H-M
This long established and well-known House has under
gde a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
tew and fashioneble FURNITURE.
Tbe TABLE will always be supplied with tbe BEST tha
market affords- snd the Proprietor trusts, by aasvttematio
course, both with servants and the regulations of the houaz
jrenerafly, he will be enabled to give entire aaostacUon to
thcao that may favor him with thiir patronage
fm23 lytrw JNO. W. SPERAS