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tfASlffaLLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER 23, 1853.
, cwroir ATO AIERICAN.
OPFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET..
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is ftirnished
to subscribers m the following rates: Single copies, one
tear-In advance. J2 0; within the ycar$3 00; at the end
, iilhtgttr 00, Cums 6f fire, and upwards 12 00
per. copj lor one year. Clubs or subscribers mllbere-
s. t lrfl.lorsixnioo!is a; tuojoregoing rales.
. heTIU-TrEEjaiYisimUiweiTuesdar Thursday
and Saturday, at $3 per annum fn advance; if no pjia n
-aUKWYance, t6. "' '
tnansK DAim published at Eight Dollars.
J3TTHE .MONEY I-' LL UASE3 TO ACCOMPANl
m HyrtnBSCKIITIO f23
fc.iem'.ttanc:'.cf subscriptions mar ba Made by mail pur
el a, paper will bo sent out of the State unless the order Isao
etisrt ... .oupanied with lie cash. " ", ,-,
r.i CH VALUABLE IE0NP20EEETY, AlfD FAS3irOKS ALE .
T1IE subscriber would call the attention oljthose who
wisli to embark iu tlie Iron business, also"tlio; who
' I? ; jrifa.tp own a hapdsome and fertile irm, to Ihe following
, uronerir wlii(4i ht nflVr fin-
'1st Jacbou Furnace and lands say about 5o00 acre
riiusiumace w on i waver jam vreoK, liielcson coomy,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the Stale) being
mfr ft 47Jeet hirfu The furnace, execot the stack, is now beinc
rebuilt, and w ill be readr t put in blast by the 1st of Sit"
stioifclaeyed, passes inunediatclr br tlie Furnaca Tlie om is luv-
iM4x' surpassed, and the timber aud ground admirably adapted.
Also, Uclleview Furnace, and sb6u( ZC0((' acres of land,
j. including the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace i on Jtmes'
v.ivrK, ttutnik uirue uiiics oouiu m ouariotie. inete w a
"good water power, and also good farming bud's attached lo
this pro lertr.
Also, the' Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 57,-.-aaii
i ,00 acres of land. Tliefallis28rect, a)id theheadof atcr
imniense. There are Kline very fine tunning lands id Uiis
tract,' and it is altogether a most desirable location.
, Also, the JJill Creek property and Duck itiv? r, ore bank
. In Hickman county, Tennessee. , The Mill' Creek sites, of
"Jf which tlienjarc fire or six1, present thef best" water power
, forthn sizeof the Uream that can be found in any countrr.
Theliuck Hirer ore bank is tlicieavicst deposite of oreiu
uie Diaie, ana lue orecan i prcciireu will! less labor llian
at any bank in the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck Hirer; and the lands around are covered Willi the
best coalinir timber.
Also, the Lower Tunnell at the Narrows of Harpeth, "in
. . . . p r.l. . ft .
j'viuau (vuiuv, i euiic.vteu, wiui ieu acres oi tana inr
LuiKingj and machinery. ItisunnecestarTftispeakofllie
water power at the Narrows of Harpetb. it Is known to
every one, and twenty-five years of experiepee enables th
subriber lb speak wilh certainty of its great benefits and
uefulncss. 1 1 is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
'" lstly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which for beauty and fertility is second to none The ltouse
is large and airy, alid the out-buildings of the best descrip-
i'.' tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, aud alo
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from NaiJiville and 7 from Franklin.- It is a. 'meadow
; Jann," watered bv Little IJarpelh, and the bei-t evidence or
iU quality is the hay produced on it this year, which all
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have-ever seen.
Iti; altogethroneof the most desirable Linns for beauty
and profit that is in the South-west. H contains about OijO
The above property is offered fir sale, not fort'ie purpose
,( of profit tr speculation, but simply from the fact that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, nece3sarilr incMent to so niuch real property lo-
cited at different points, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any one wishing to purchase any of the above property
" will please call on the subscriber at his residence, or ad
' dress him at Good Spring- P. 0., Williamson county. Ten
neesee. aug31 4m II. HELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will pnblish the above until the 1st
of January, 1851, and send bill to this office.
VTECKOESFOR SAIiE.-Tho subscriber lias sev
JSS eral families of Negroes that he will sell at private
- bale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Naslrille and Frank.
. . Iin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. M. BELL.
.- iruKHrruiiE! fubhittjeeh
. T AM just receiving a fine assortment ofFnr-TlS tiTaB
X nitureof the latest and most approved F??y0r?
t yles, which will be warranted as recommend- 1 r I
cu, wu mil uc auiu n9 u;icap as me cucaNsi. uig uu-
asnt free lo the Railroad or anvwhero in the citv". Remem-
btr4.T, Union street, Cheap iumiture Droot
ap27 1 .11. MORTON".
rpiIE SOUTH iASIIVIt,I,E FURNITURE
JL MANUFACMCR1NG COMPANY, are now oflering
' ""jffifci'kod"! assortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur
f- uiiuruai.iueirijepoi(miuiKeisireei,j.uoiuas i
rOrTinew building, (between Union Hall and the
Ixiuare.) which tlier oiler atnricesto suit nurchasers.
botii at wnole sale and retail, l hey intend to give satistac
tion to purcliasera work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Wortatteuded
wilh despalch. R. 11. GROOMS, Pres't.
W.L.NA.VCI. Sec'r ' iept"i:
I7)R SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Cauey
. Fork Jtiver, 75 miles from Nashville, 0 hours travel
by stage vvell timbered, good stock farms, and the river
11a igahle for steamboats 7 or S monthv in the year. Those
wiJiing to engage in the Lumber trade, or in raising stocek
would ao well to give nil! a calL
A. U DAVIS.
Sypt tf it
At tlk. U. S. Mail Packet Oflica.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
T1IK great Remedy for RheumatUm.Goiit, pain In the Sid
Hip, Hack, Limbs and joints Scrofula, King's Evil
Whito hwcllings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. 'Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of beiDgput up in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor lias been so extensively
used by Physicians and the (leoplc in general, both in this
k country anil Europe, tliat it is alnio&t needless lo say any
thins about it. Yet there Jiiar be some, who stand in need
4ifits healing powers who have not yet tried it. For their I
s ikes we will simply state what it has done in thousand of I
cases, and what it will do for them when rlcd. J
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA. j
Read the followinit testimony from a Physician. '
Gkntlkiikx. Your Hebrew Piaster has cuied me of pains j
' of which I have suffered for twelve years jiasf. Duringtliis '
period I labored under an alllictiou of my loiusand side, mid (
tried many remedies that my own medical erjierience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief. At length I used your
Master, and am now bv its good eirects entirely cured. j
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all 1
who are ufT;riug from contraction of the muscles, orpenna- !
mitt pains in tlie side or Dace
Tlie jieople of Georgia have but to become acquainted with
S vinucswncn uiev win rvsiuno na um--.
. 1 .f Tt- -Kr
Yours, truly. JL W. WALKER. M. D-
Forsythc. Monroe county, Ga. .
Tn U. !mr!l t M.iit NWOrWiitU '
TO JlessrS-bCOVll A iteaa, ie Urleaus,la.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Musks. ScoriL A Mkaii: I have been troubled with the
chronic rheumatism for the last twclvejears. Ou the 1st of
piiv ism, 1 oaa . 1 r 1. ikimh... u,,u i 1
. .n... t . 1 . 1. . . T I ... I.. IT.- ... 1 '
n.i 1ia ttnin an rpni 1.11 1 iflri l.fit Jsipm rt wiiitf lor m y na vk. '
At thistimemyatlending Physician proscribed the "Hebrew
1 laner, auu 11 aciea like u eiianu, inu jum icib iudkiiui
"! slept more than half of the night, and in three dav I as
' ' able to ride out. I consider the' "Hebrew Plastei" the beat
' remedy for all sorts of pains now in use
3 O. W. McMINN.
Hcndersonvillc, '. C, Aug.lC, 1S50.
1ST 1ST ST C3T" tST 1ST
Beware of counterfeits and ba.e imitations!
J3r"Tbe genuine will in future have the siguature E.
-s. Taylor on the fcteel plate engraved label mi th lop of each
Pureha'crs are advised that a mean conpterfcit ofjlhisar
' 'icles is in existence.
' " Tlie genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hroughout the South and no pedlar is allowed to" sell it
I tellers- and purchasers gencrallvarc cautioned against boy-
" ingof but our regular agi-nts. otlierwise they u ill be imjios
r ' eJ upon with a worthless article.
Forsaleby SCOVIL A MEAD,
f 111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
. 'General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
-- Sold by
EWIN. BROWN & Co.. Nashville. Tenn. i
. IV. & J. 11. lH-.ttlvl, no; 1
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co.. do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do ;
II. G. SC0VEL, do.
J. II. CURREY,
Undertaker and Coflin-makcr.
t! rtrnt, A'. 25, iftiU Semihtf Jliiutt.
BEGS leave to inform his friend and the public.- -
generally, that he has ojened a regular Cof--
'IH 'lin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing
and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skitfa Patent lndistruct
iblo Air-tight and Air-exhausted Bunal Cases, thtf bet
m nwfornreservinir the i. he irill keep a supply
of them eonsUullyon hand, together with an aortmeiil of
all kinds ot covered and wood Coiling He i prepared to
turnish g.vul Hearses and any'nuiiibcr of Hack that may
- b waatedf also snrouns i rci uetujnimi, ma....... ...c
- iwst style, together with every epiijiage neoeary for I"u.e
- rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats
and'ltallruads, or from the snrroiiniliiig oounlry will be
' rnmiptly anendedto. Particular attention paid to pte-
- nariu"- and encasing bodies lor traniportat on." All onlet
left at hi Furniture and Coffin Rooms proaiplly attended
lo, both night and day-he will pt his irsonal attention
.- toallfuuerals. Charges moderate. CURREY
N. Ik Furniture and Mattrasses of every description
made to order and of the best materials, and arrauf el; also
. furniture rejaired in the best slyle and with dispatch.
'" a"g"-7 o x. . .
TAH1A1ILI: DWELLING HOUSE TOR
U 1 1' SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence
en Sprin" or Church Street, with tlie furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
Or In my absence to G. M. FOGG.
nne l7 tf. '
' HEW DRUG STORE,
i . f . 7. .0.. BROWN,
(formerly ofthejirmofEta!n,Broim& Co,)
HAS opened, wilban enure new siock oi i"rugs,
Medicines, Faints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, ia,
m the site former! v occupied bv the old firmJ
Jvo. 4-t Colleirc street, three doors from Union, where he
- will be pleased to wait upon his old friends and citiiens gen"
erally. Particular attention is given to Physicians' Pre-.
scnplions, winch will be lined Willi accuracy ana aispaica,
SffcCidi. Imtkcmknts, romprising Pocket Cases, assort
ed; Pocket- Vial Cases; several new patterns; Speculums,
assorted; Jlidwife, Amptitaliiig'nnd Trepanning Instruments,
In canes or separate: Tooth Forcerf and Keys: Stethoscopes;
Cupping Apparatus; Stomach. Pumps; -Dissection Instru-.
nnna - TM.auufn Bpen. miolv Vimnl-tA..irtrnfnt
UlbUUWfj ............... I. .... 1 . .1. . 1 " .---
oi cveryiiiing usually Kepwu una.iiiceuiay w iuu
aug7 "" J. G.'BROWJv'S
i(HE3IICAI.S. A large stock, and from the beU
j maniiiaciurcrs, some exceeuiDgiy uoicj mo
brought to this market. -Attention! Physicians to thia
rvaitof my stock is respectfully solicited-
au-r X. G.HROWN.
BER3IUIA-AIIROW- ROOT, Warranted, per
fectly pure and fresh; full suppl v at
au-7 " j; 0. BROWN
1EHI'UJERy In every style, French, German and
j. American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ao,Ac ;
'footlrl'owdcrand Prate. Pivers-Aromat;e Vinegar, Glenn's
Knee Bear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor
JSoap, Harbors Spap.in 1 lb ars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain ind Fancyitdaps, Hair1"Bnisl)e!i Ac, Ac
fthcll and Buffalo DreSHiigond Fine Comb, Ivory da Pow
der Pulls and Boxes, Lilly While, Alabaster, A
-aug7. J OHROWK.;
j EKIN TEA. COMPAN Y. I have a full supply of
X' tlM best qualities ef Teas, put up by this Company.
1 1 is the -same formerly .kent by Ewin, Itrown A Co.. which
c-jvc such ceucral,salif'lcUon. Ultra JJlack
Tea hud Plantation Imperial ore thought to bo" superior. :ld
any ih Uus market; also, Teas iu small caddies of SjbsJ
eacli. ugr - JGBROWNl,
OON(JRESS WATER I liave 'madoarrangemenW
r to keep-a conEtant supply of tluswatcr, which 1 receive"
direct from the Spring; 3 ktqs3 justreccived.. ,
,nug7 , e . , ,J Q BRbWNy
iTONE WAJlE-bfall descriptions and best quality;
also. Flower Pots, assorted sizes.
ang? " J G BROWN'.
BA.1IIJOO FISHINC -POLES" 100 just-received;
also, a full assortment"." Of nshing.Tacfcle, "jLimerick
UoofesorSnoods, pointed Poles, Ac.
J. G. BROVN..
J7ORTJIE HAIR-Lvons' Katharion, Bogle's Une
7 rion'FIuid; Barryand Clirchngh's Tricopherons, at
.1 -it utiun c.
O T ARCH. 15 boxes PrtKjtor A Gamble's Pearl Starch'
O also, superior article of country made Starch.
J. G. BROWN.
rpURNIP SEED.-r-A large lot of Summer and Wn;.
JL ter, and bummer and inter mixed.
aug7 J. .G. BUOWN.
IT'OR JELLIES. Snarkltulieianne, Cooper i, jjueet
. Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglas3; al.-o, n line lot'of
HavoringExiract aug7 J. G. BROWA.
LEXfNGTON MUSTARI,in V.aidTliCam;
fresh and Just ree'd. ang7 J. O. BROWN,
7"EAST POWDERS aid Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
1 ger, White Load.- Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Lard Oil, Liuced Oil, Turpentine", "Varnish. &c
J.G. BROWN, 45, Col
Of. "Hazardville, Connccticnt. , .
A. G. HAZARD, PIQT. A. C DOUGLASS, SEC F.
CtONTINUE to furnish Gun Powder cf all their well-
known brands, iiimiuclir Jiiilt. American Siartinv
jrulian Jrfl in kegs, half and quarter kegs and caunislers
01 one pound eacn. Also, a tun assortment i rowdcr lor
IIliAMl.Tlt. A.?U illljl.Mi
purposes. The renutatiou of their Gun Powder is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
tayJ'oiaJfr Vrj;, ortu-east comer ot the Square.
S. H. L00MIS, Ag"t for the H. P. Co
aug2 If Nashville, Tenn.
V V ceived, 2,0iW bolts of those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors,
Halls, Aix. tocethcr witli a splendid 1
assortment ot Uold'and Yelvet Borders, Fire bcreeus. Win
dow curtains, ae. -
0n hand a large assortment of unglazcd Papers, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
KUAUt-H S. UUlvlil.l,
No. 20, College street next door to the Sewanee House,
W. W. FINN,
41, MARKET STREET,
ItTWIIS CSIOX AKD Tnr S QUAES,
O r.T A NT) VKTA'KT PA. . r55
PER HANGINGS. A laree
and beautiful variety.
liucoratirc ali i 'aners, an 1
the latest r rciicli designs.
Rorders, Window Papers, Teastcr and Cen
trc Piece, a large assortment.
Cticau l'ii"lazcd Papers OCK) pieces in store.
from 12X to 2& cts. per Holt. All for sale, and Cheap fob
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKA WAY'S AND FA3IH7Y CARRIAGES.
EST Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that -sr.
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. .gL
julyia iua A.axuur.
JIAII ZII0W THYSELF."
An Invaluable.-Book for 25 cent. "Every Family
should have a 'Copy.'- - -
rpWEXTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less
1 tlian 5 montlis. A new edition, revised
and imoroved. iusL issued.
Xr. UU.llljlVil I'lbUIUAU -I. . U.K.
AND HAND BOOK for Uie AIFLICTED containing an
oiilhncorihe origin, progress, treatment and cureof every
fnrm.i-f disease, contracted by promiscuous xxual inter
course, by idf abuse or by menial excess, with advice lo.
their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding al
medical technicalities, andererything that would offend the
rar of deoancy, from tlie result of some twenty years success
ful practice, exclusively devoted to tlie cure of disyoSes of a
del icate or private nature.
To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis
eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever and Ague.
Trsrmo.w or Tat Pkov. or Oiktcteics is Penx..Col-t-Etis,
PuiLADELrntA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN
UAL. The author of this woik unlike the majority of those
woiks nhoadverlisetocure thediseases of which ittreats,
is a graduate of one of the best Colleges iu the United
States. Jt aflbrds mo pleasure to recommend him to the
11. iiTTVL-ltK. l.-ITr r. HAVTT4T
auuoroiino p .in, ,0 irmmucau
uniominaie, or 10 me Tituni oi i.iai iiueiiec, a
.l.v,ri,. ,.ront;i!nnor ii. limn Imnnrnnil inteel tr
they may place tlie greatest confidcfice.
1 3 JOSEPH LONGSHORE, M. D.
Froy A. WooDWABn'. M. D.. or Vtss. U.mveksitt, Phil-
ADtxruiA. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to J
I lit" I 'I L'H. U'i l.ll ilUI 11. T .'t l.H. .11111. VI v, tut. -
..nll,(,rni -sof iijaa.. r lb. Genital Organs.
z. . . "
some of them of long standing, bare come under my uo-
... . l 'l. 1 .T . .1 : 11 I. , 1 I.. . n.tAvml.. .ur.
I HCe, IU M IU11I 4113 FMII -"Oft lyTCil IU.Mllll.0. IM ...v.. -t, t
i Sect healtii, in some instances where the patient bas been
j considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi
I nal Weakness, or disairangemtnt of the functiouj.prodiiccd
1 by self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his siipe
i nor iu the profession. I have been acquainted with the
1 Author some thirty years, aud deem it no more than justice
to turn, as veil as n kindness to tne uniornmaic ricumw
early indiscretion, to lecomrucnd liim aone, in whose pro
fessional ikill and integrity, they may safely confide Ihem
behes. ALF. WOODWARD, M. D.
Ibis is, without exception, the most comprehensive and
intelligible work published on the class of diseases which
ittreats. Avoidingall technical terms, it addresses itself
1 to the reason ofits readers, ltis tree liomall objection
j ble matter, and no parent, how ever fastidious, c
j toplaciugit in the handsof his sons. Tbe author has de
voted mairyyearstothetrcatmentof the various complaints'
! treated of, aud with-too little breath to puff,' aud 'too Iit-
tie presumption to impose,' he. basofferedto the world ut
the ii;relv nominal ' price of 25 Cents, 'tbefruifapf some
twenty tears most successful practice" Jicrala.
"NotV.icherorpareilt5!iouldbo without tbe knOwledgi
imparted in this invaluable wort. It would save yeara u(
to the vouth under their
aui, iiHiriiiigauuii nuu otiiiui.
ciwrge. J'ttyus iirtau.
A 1'rK.liilen.in clercn-man in Ohio, in writinc: of "Hun
ter's Medical Mantialsays: "Thousands upou thousands
of our Vouth, bv evil example aud influence of the passions,
have been led into the habit f self-pollution without realiz
ing the sin aud fearful consequences upon themselves and
postentr. T1h coistitutions if thousands who arc raising
uuiilirs have been euf-tbled, ifnot broken down, and they
do not knew the csuse or Ihe cure. Auylhing that can be,
done so to enlighten aud inllueuce the public mind as to
check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source of
human wielchuJurss, would confer the greatest lilessiog
next to the leiigam vf Jems Christ, on the present and
coming generations'. Intemperance (or the use of intoxi
caltiuj drinks.) thongli it has slain thousauds. upon tbous
aiids, is not a gre-ilir'scourge to the human race. Accept
my tfunks 0:1 behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in
the good w rrk j ou are so actively engaged in."
line Copy, (securely euvlnpcJ,) will be for-orded, free of
postage, to auy part of the United States for 25 ccuts,or 0
copies tuf fl. Address (post paid,)
' Publishers 15oxl9G,l,huida.
Booksellers, Ccnvasers and Book Agents supplied ou
the most liberal term. bepty; lj-
UN1TED STATES HOTEL.
TnEabove nOTEI. is now open for tlie reception of Ak
Th's long established and well-known House has under
gene a thorough alteration throughout, and Jarnishcd with
few and rashioreble FURNITURE.
Tne TABLE witl alwavs be smmlied with the BEST tbe
market affords; and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic''
course, com mm servants ana uie regulations 01 uie uuu
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage.'
ansa lytrW JNO. W. SPERAS
' IMPORTANT ARRIVAL.
THE undersigned having Just arrived from New York and
Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer patrons, that he has purchased as large and tine assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothinc and Furnishine Goods that
M- bas fiver been brought to Nashville: They are now ready for
nspecuon ai nis iore, me
WORLD'S CtOTMTNG E3IPORITDI,
Xo, Jl, Public Square.
I have taken particular pains to. hare- made an assortment
of Jielra !x 0thing for Gentlemen,, weighing from 300
to 3-V) lbs, and who havealways.bees paying high prfces'to
.theMerchant Tailors. .
ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
from the age of. 6 Tears and upwards.- - - ;
will take particular-notice that lean surmlitthemwith Cloth-
mguia rurntaning; uooas euaer.wnoiESALBor ectail, as
low anjVno in ibecity. " ' r
ALSO, just received a large lot ef fine Plush and Cloth
vapa, 01 vanous sizes, .lyuicu 1 cxn.iemu!iiyyicej)eT crn.
lower man auy vine. Jiouia iu uie raiy, .
Come OMcqm all, to, jrPOWERS
World's Clothini' Emporium,
ngQ-7Sm No. T. Public Square, Nashville.
Cone one Come all I This Bock shall fly
From its firm taao as soon as T!l!
TATiL -AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-1.
rjpHE sutrilfespretfullyhnnounces'tb thtdnizens of
jl -vasuvoienu &unouuutng country joai ue lias now on
haniT, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents
FASHIONABLE HKADY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall
and mter wear. .
' Among which May bo found; Fine Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, Spanish do,'Opcra and. Congress Coats, Double do,
Black, Blue. Brown and Oliye-Over Coats Sacks Paletots.
Box,. Frock and Dress Coots, Business do, 'and other styles
ana coiurs 1110 iiuiueruiia w meuuua.
Pants and Vests of ever stvlc and color, to .suit the most
lasuduoui. - -
Likewise.- a- general assortment of CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING.' FlntfShirt,-Undershirts. Drawers Suspen-
ocrsy yTavaia,-iianuKercmeis, biocks; nais, iaps, 1 runts,
;Yalises, Carpet JJagSj Ac., At '. ""'-
Couatn Merchants, in particular; jire req'nesfed to call
and examine my stock before purchasingelsewhero.
septus ' - "ju. i'uwjsks,
- No 8L Market Si'ODDOMteTJnron 'Street.
-N. B-Notto he sold or undersold byany'mau or com
bniatiouofmcn. L. P.
" ' ' FALL AND WIKTE2 G00D3..
JUSTreeeived at Na 11( Cedar Street a largo and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers end v&stings of the
latest styles. . - " - 'I '
ALSO A largo assortment of gentlemen's furnishing
Goods. A new and beautiful siyle of Stocks.- -
Shirt.Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dls
cripUon, Uuder-Shirts and Drawefs.
Having made arrangement with" one of the'besl Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply "me, Wni.'T. Jen
uings, 2J1, Broadway, I am preparred to offer to my cus
tomers andthe public. Clothing of a"Superjor sty ltf and qnal
ilyi Please call and examine Tor vourselves. i
sept4 a T. J. HOUGH, Agent.
WE have jnst received onr assortment of " t
CLOTHS, CASSIHEBES & TESTINGS,
of "New Styles and Varieties. .. t.f
1 Also, ah assortment pf Fine Reatly-mnilc Clothing,
and Gentlemen's Funiisliing Goods.
sepSJ CLIFTON & ABBOTT,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST, STYLE
OF GENTLEMEN'S i
READ Y-3IADE CLOTHING I
H. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
.lA'b. 2Q-2farI;tl street, opposite'-Vie UnipiiIML
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage bitlierto'bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding cunntrv.tbat Jie lias just received one
of the largest and must complete assortments of Cffitlefnen't
Hdl and iTtnler ClUhluj and Earnlsilng GvuJ ever
brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed in
quality and workmanship, and at such low price; as "annot
fail to please. The stock has been selected and juade up
under my own inspection, exprettly suited to tin wants of
Also, a large assortment of
Children's Clothing, 5
suitable for all ages, and warranted to lit
Asrny stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices. 1
Give meacalL as I shall take great pleasure in showing
the Goods. II. A. JKSSKI.,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market st,
octG 3m Opposite Union Hall.
SVT..., . 1 -.;.j'-j-l.-J.J
THE subscriber bas jnst opened, at bis old stand. No 53
Market street next door to T. W. A W. n. Evans, the
largest aud most elegant stock of READY MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he ever bad the
pleasure of exhibiting to his frisnds and customers, which
be is offering 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 ra-'
riety of style and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac.; Hats and Caps, a arge assort
ment; Carpet Bags, Trunks, "Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket Hdkfk, Ac all ot which are new, and purchased of
the best houses in 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,
sept33 3m No. 53 MarketsL
100 "bags Kio Coffee,
IX STORE AND FOR SALE BY
. II. jliQOiliiS.
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
octl tf NASnviu-K, Tew.
POWDER Tennessee RiSe,- in quarter, half and
whrJekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, -warranted
equal to any in the market alwavs on hand and for
sale by julyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO. " "
OAFETYFUSE. W0.000 feet genuine Safely Fuse
bv the original manufacturers, for sale by
CHEATHAM. WATSON k C01
at W. ll.GoHno A Co.'., Public Sauare.
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAND AGENT.
woco village, icxas.
'ILL attend to the collection of debts, and tlie investi
gation and perfecting of land titles m Texas:
non. O W. O. ToTTO-v, Hon. Natiias Grskx, .
" R. G. MTvisxet, " R.L. RiDLEr, .
" K. L. CABtrrnxia, Abe CARumERS,
"John Ij. Bbjex, Governor Wm.B. CAxrBELL.
aug:31 twly :
GENTLEMEN'S 0TJT-Firm?G ESTABLISHMENT.
On Vullge etrert, on duor South of Vie Square.
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizens and
itronirers nassinsr throueh Nashville, to call at their
store and examlnethe most elegant assortment of Finishing-
and Fancy .Goods, ever brought to Nashville. e have at all
times the latest styles and best quality of Goods, and invite
special attentionloour Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, which
n e warrant lo be well made, and to fit better than any other
style of Shirts. Our stock consists in part of Linen and
Muslin Shirts, every size and quality, hilk. Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Clinton Flannel, Brown Cotton Shirts and
Drawers, Silk Merino, Shaker. Lambs Wool, Cashmere,
Itrown Cotton and Country Knit Half Hose, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog-Skin, Cioth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets, Sscarfs Cravats, Stocks and
Tie, Susjwtiders, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Robe de
Chamhre, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas. Canes, Kuzor
Strops, Soaps, Cologne. Odors, Oils, Tooth Powders, Hair
Washes, Tooth, Hat, Cloth, Nail, and Hair Brushes, Porte
Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
N. IS Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton. Gum Goods, Goodyear's Patent, best articles.
Remember tlie number SG.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
V'VI.UXlf LE I.ND's'FOR.SALE.-RY'IlC
tue of a provision in the will of John Davis,- dee'd.,
the underslgucd otfei s for sale the following valuable Tracts
of latnd, viz : 473acrs on,the Tennessee river, immediate
ly above' the rsouth of Duck river, affording the best loca
tion On Tennessee river for a commercial point; 150 acres on
Duck river, opposite the mouth of Pine river; 31) acres
adjoining the town of Perrwille, in Decatur county; 215
acies on the East side of Buffalo river, near the Hurricane
Bottom, snd IDS acres near tbe West side of Buffalo river,
near its moutlu Terms made known on application to the
undersigned. JO. W. H0RTON, i FTtr)n
EWD.D. HICKS. &ccutots
novj eodAwlm. - '
"T J ALUARLE CITY' PItOPERTY'ToIlSALG
y The undersigned being authorized by a resolution of
tbe 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, No&?22 and 28, on the west side of Summer street,
fronting on.faid street! feet aod running, back 210 feet to
an alley, on which there is atwostorv 'BRICK TENEMENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Xot No. 23,
Situated on me isesniiacui iucrrj aireci, s-ntm ui. ihikiu
street, fronting on Cherry street 53 feet and running back
160 feet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots will be divided
to suit purchasers. For a more particular description ot
said lots reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages 605
and 605 in the Register's office of Davidson county.
The above property will be sold at private sale at any
time between now and the 17th day of December next, and
if not sold previous to that time, will be offered on 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 good endorsers, and a'lien retained 'until the pur
chase money is paid. ' W. H. HORNrMayor.
DR. J. W. GRAY.' ' .
Office in McComii' Hew Bnilding,4on Cherry.
. , Meticeen Dtadenct.andjjtotu
deeli 12m Rrsincrcx
WINNING'S PATENT LACE, OR ABDOMINAL SUP
PORTER, FOR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those
who are afflicted with the following diseases, vie
Weakness of ihe Breast, Bronchitis. Shortness of Breath,
Pain in the Chest Weakness and Bleeding of the Lung,
Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Costiveness and Piles,
1'ain In the Back, Spinal Curvatures, ariH' Enlargement of
one Hip and Shoulder, Falling of the Bowels, and a Ten,
rlpnrr tn Itimtnw IVntanaiia- fTfprT or Rearinir Down. Ir
regular, Painful or Profuso Menstruation, a Tendency to people, or those jcnntemplating mar
Abortion, and Painful Pregnancr, and tlie bid shape inci. rioce. By WILLIAM YOUNU.M.D.
dent to Child Bearicg.a Disposition to Droopiny, Lounging , Let no father-be ashamed to ni'e
and Wearinesa, common to clerks, mechanics) student! ( KBtu copy of tbe oESCULAPlUS
seamstresses, an others who keep inclined positions. 1 to hts cbildr Jt may sate him from
Tlie subscriber has had the exclusive sale of this cettlrat- ! an early gravft. I-et Cd ypuiw man
eil Brace for several years, durinir which period a large
number hve been bold to those who have given the highest
festiinotiirfii of their remarknhln curative nowtrs. The most
satisfactory referent an be given to persons iu the city of
Nashville, and surrounding ouatry; furthermore, they are
recommended by some of the most celebrated and extensive
Practitioners ofiledicine in Nashville and tha erliacsnt
country Forsaleby H G SC0VEL
Druggist and Ajjothecary.Norlh side 6f the JMblicSquare,
.lureeaoors itestoiinaatnyiUe inn. augis it,
DR. LTSaVf? VTiP. tflrffirfEWT
TS PREPARED for the Grafenbnrg Company by Dr.
J. llrxfAHrx' UCBr. ot Iiew Harrrnshire. He is a Physician
. eighty-stjhtyearil iit oe, and .has for the last sixty4bree
j cam useu uus uii;iiii(-iji in nis practice, a cure is war
ranted, no matter how extreme- the ease.
This Is sufficient to induce every person sufjarinj unjjer
tliisdiseae to try It PriceperBoltlei 1,
l ite vegeiauie 'l'liis. prepared by the Urafenbnrg
.Company, are used constantly by hundreds ofjhousancby
w mi unesi iueir vaiue.
The true operation of Medicine is to give increased activity
10 me means possessco oy -nature lor the removal ot tbe
causes of disease. Forall biltious disorders, Costiyeness,
n.:..r . 1 1- . 1 .a , -
K13- ociio Aur... jicr. E.J .IK. agent.
J. 11. IlurrnwN Patent I'lnntatiou
MiHIR Mill differ from all others In the construe lion of
tho upper or Konnlue Floi.e, wbleh Is caiapoied ot
French Burr Rlnefca. Hiirln.r.d In a i-ntt Irnn wM.-h
terras Ihe back and hoop of the Stone with a Cant Iron Eje.or
Bnsh, than la ofereater external diameter at the bottom that
ai uie mp, which Is secured to the back bv four bolU, to that
every blocs Is In the form of a dove tall, which jctves greater
iicukiu 10 asiooeinananyomer meuiou waicn is required
In small milts, where tbe stone is run wilh great speed, and
wi.uuiusuBiirt3ruu3 11 noi strongly maae. 11 also gives any
weight to t s'.one ofsxatl diameter that Is rrniiirrii wlthnnt
u:iTinguiiiicc Qnugn, inat maKe-i l Inpiieavy.
This mill Is asanaro frama randa at vmiI &i ui:irnn.!Ti
the form of a bus,vr Itli Br.dfe-tree, h'plndlo Balance, King
incr, nuu neguuxviu? -cruw, sun jrrinus aiiou iae same
principle as alartu mlll.diffuriner onlvin tba Banner Stone:
thisbeine of erealwelzhtenables it toirrind nearer the cen
ter a rreater quantity ofsrnitii with less oower than anv other
mill now in use. This mill is portable, and may beattaeaed "i
10 steam, water, liorse or nana power.
ALSO, all sizes or Kfench Hurr 41111 Stones, manufactured
on tbe si-me principle.
Joseph II. liurrovs, of Cincinnati, Is the inventor, for
woicn neooiamea letters raieni in 1BU. tr or aiunirltige
menti the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These Mills Jo not require a Millright to (t them op; and
all that U necessary to pat them inoperallon, la to attach a
hand to tho pulley on the spindle, wilh a drum sufficiently
large to run a twenty-four inch Mill 210 revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By the
sieany application oi two nrse power ine .Mill will er'.nd s.r
(o o ousneis per nonroi goon ineai: ana win grind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put to Us fullest
speed, wli' grind from ten to fifteen bushel, per hoar.
Vhese mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom
mended. . Dirictioxs ma Usiko. Place joarmlllabontSflfeetfrom
the Driving Pulley in a level po.Ulon; make the belt of
leather six or eight Inches will. Give the Stoneti4(l revolu
tions a minute with the sun. Keep the neck and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on tbe back of the
BanningStone.lnthasamewayas the Cross on the Driver,
that is.theway they arc trimmed to run.
Kefer to Tbos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county.Oblo,
Jesse Beal, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdireetedto JOHN K. BOOMAN,
X. 5-2 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Middleand Kast
Tennessee, or J. H. BUKKOWS,
Jan 20 d. tr-'w. & w. ly. West Front st. Cin.O,
ERB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention has been in use about
three years. The inventor has made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It lias given entire satisfaction to
eveTy one who has used it, and is the most superior machine
IU iitr, nil luc puinj-c Hr nuitu 11. I wcsiiicu. i. 13 sun
pie ill all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by abov 12 years of age.
It will cut straw or corn in the shuck from lialf inch to
three inches in length. Many certificates might be pro
duced from Farmers ho have -used them, to prove tlieir
superiority over any other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will find a valuable acquisition to their form
Tbe subscriber has greatly extended his means for man
ufacturing tlice machines, and he now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and the farmers and planters
particularly, of the South and West. He wili hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do the work lorwuicu they are designed.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, be
will dispose of rights Tor counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sep7 Cm JOHN E. ERR.
DR. TRASS'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS bad lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the use of three hot
t'en of Uie Migneiic Oinliueut, had hit hair entirely re
tturtiy and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could jvish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town. 14 years of asc. had
been. "afflicted wilh the Asthma from his cradle-. He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most ascravafed cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment be was tlmroughticurtd, and fur seven months past has
enjoyea roousi ueaiin.
This was an extreme case of inflammation cf (hi spleen,
of long standing; has a vat iety of treatment from no less than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. 1 have treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
Wt;,7, us to need tin attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afflicted 18 years, the other
about Oyeari They had tried tho best physicians in the
'State, without benelit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of tho celebrated Dr. Mirny, 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 to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Oiutmcnt in a number of cases of Pile and in no case hajit
faS'd of giving immetliate relief and generally a permanent
cure. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least 1 have within the last year
cured 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 rccommandeJ, I can confidently re
commend it fo be one of the most usetut remedies ever ol
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours.
BURTON UUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27. 1550. Amelia. Ohio.
Tlie character of this Ointment as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a nuniberof indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to Deaitn to me use oi
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by H. O. SCOVFJ..
11. li. SUU1 tH,
BERRY A DEM0VILLE,
THAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu.
siness mv son. A C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be' condii'cied'in the name of J. D. March A Son. All
personsndebted to me, by note or account, will please come
nn imA malcR mvment- J. D. MARCH.
jgf Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance OI tue, same is respecmuiy souciiea.
J. D. MAR'CH A SON.
AND WARRANTS. We are buying and paying
therm-Inchest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per- I
1 i tbft vervhiptiest nnces
sons at a distance havinff warrants to sell by sendine to us
by mailorotberwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which tliey are selling at the time in Nashvilio and
Uie cash remitted or paid to order,
julyzl - DYER PEARL A CO.
JOHN YORK A CO.," have on hand a variety of 'superior
Gold Pens, the besr and cheapest article ever offered for
sale m Nashville, ifcfjf warranted. octl
OLIiARff.-EVERY' VARIETY OF COL.
JjARS, latest styles and best-quality received and fo
fthjby . ,noy3 . MYERS A McGILL.
UOCT0R YOURSELF! THE POCKET .ESCULAP1U5
OR, EVERY ONE niS OWN PHYSICIAN
THE Fortieth Edition, wilh Oue
Hundred Engravings showing
Diseases and Malformations of the
ITumau System in every shape and
form. To which is ndded.a Treatise
on the Diseases of Females, bein of
menignesi importance to married
I or woman enter into the secret obli-
gations of marriage life without rcadin- the Tf)i',K'Pr
feCULAPiys Ut no one suffering from a hacknfed
I Congh , Pain in the Side, restless nighu, nervous feelings
and the whofe train of Depecticfensatious, and giveii up
ny iueir pnysician, oo anoiner moment without consult1!!?
the AESCULAPIUS. Have O15 married,-those aboutto
up utamea, any impacumout, read thU truly useful Ixok as
it has been thcTfleans of saving thousands or unfortunate
creatures from the very jaws of death.
ST. Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en-
yiuBru inn leiier. win receive onrY.i.fth,itr.ri-K mn;i
M fire rplftvvt!l be sent Jhr One Illar.
Address (post-paid UR. wil. YOUNG,
marchlC-ly A'o. 152 Spruce St. Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE Established 15
1-1 J. OJ . -'tJ'iA, Theoldest, surest aud
best hand to cure all forms of stcret disease of the skin, and
Military habits of voiilli U ni? Kivvn tv v ie
or fhird and Union otieits, between Spruce and Pine one
and a half squares from the Exchange. Pldlade'iihia. '
Take Particular Notice.-Theie is a habit which
boys teach each other at the academy or college a liabit in
duled in when br themu-lrru I.. ri;i.i :.u
the boy to manhood, ami ;r n.. iS,jr.i t A.
fm !'-. ... H-'"l .tlf-'lHUj.H )l UUC.
bcj,k-u wjihw obstacles to mattlmonial bnn
piness, but girca rise to a feries of protracted, insidious-and
devastating affections. Few of .thwe who indulge in this
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until tbey
find tlie nervous system is shattered, feel strange and unac
countable feelings, yague fears in tbe mind. The individual
becomfs feeble, he is unahle to labor irin. s.-.,.i'
W, or to apply his mind to siudy. uissiepisurdyi.ndv.eak
'"- inuouiuie, uiu couuienanceis downcast, the
eves without natural la?tre, shamefaceducss w ap-iareut
TItt6 arc mmtotltymx trteeK. ihmh1 mmnt-n ti iA. .a
- . . . v-'i ; -....... Mc 01
tApe timMrlif afjltcttd.
If the victim be conscious of the canse of lis decay and
having relinquished the odious practice, he suffers under
those terrible nocturnal emissions, whick weaken and sliame
him, producing mental and physical prostration. If he
emancimlo himsolf tv-fara .u r.. 1,.
enter matnmoiiy, his marriage is unfruitful., and his
senses tell him that this is caused by his carlv rollies.
Too many think they will hug the secret to- tlieir own
hearts, and cure themselves. Ala! how often is this a fatal
delusion, and how many a promising yonth. lo might have
been an ornament to appioiy. has faded from tlie earth'
x otintr 3Ien ! Lot no iMa moiWr Aai. i r.
making your caseknown toone who.froineduealiortaniln
speciabihty, can alone befriend you. 1 !e who places himsell
under DR. KINKELI.V.S treatiueut may religiously confide
his honor as a p-entleman, ahd in whose bosom will be for
ever locked the secret or the patient
Country Invalids. Finding it Inconvenient fo mate
personal annlication. can. bvgt4timrilipiri-is.ni:o:iir i..
gether witij al theirsymptojng,(uerlctterpost-l!aid.) have'
forwarded to them a chest containing lr. IC's medicines.
appropnated accordingly, and be cured at home.
cinctures 01 ine ureiua, weakness and constitutional de
bility, nrompllv cured, and full viiror restored. All ljitor
, remittance of 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad
dressed to Dr. Kinkeliu. Philadelphia, wilt secure Ids book
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. - -Rent! wly
TOTIIE PUDLIC.-RADWAV A- CO.,TIIE
Inventors, ilanufacturcrs and Proprietors ofthe justly
celebrated R. RR. Remedies, were tbe first to discover a
Remedy posessine the Marvelous and ilirmnil.iiw nnr.r
of stopping tlie most Excruciating Pins in au insant al
laying the worst Crainp3 and Spasms, either internal or ex
ternal, in a few minutes, and soothing tbe most severe
Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic Doloreux,
as soon as applied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist ol
three Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful pow
ers oyercertain complaints and diseases and will instantly
.-...... i t iiuuiuu osieui irotn paiu.
REG ULATE each Organ'to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away alt Diseased Deposiles.
RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors
REBUILD the Weak and Broken Down Constitution.
RESTORE to Health. Strenirth and Viiror nil unsniimt
and worn out parts.
R. R. R. NO.l. R.HHnrvTlM,1-T(li.r fn-.ll
Complaints, Internal or External. The moment it is ap
plied externally, or taken into the system, it will stop the
most excruciating pain aud quickly remove its cuise.
RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in
Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Rsdnay3 Heady
Relief relieved him from nain in rifteen mirnifn nul.l.,i
him to walk two miles without the aid of slick or crutch In
three days, and cured him entirely in one week.
Thousands of other coses equally as wonderful as the
above, have been cuied by R. R. Relief.
CHOLERA MORBUS. Radwa's Readr Relief will re
lieve tbe sufferer from all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes.
It will cure the most depserate cases in a few hours.
X?l.-ftl, ,l 1 fT-1 ... . . . . . ....
allays the most pamful paroxysms. It will always cure
SICK HEADACHE. It will relieve the most distre"
.iiiuiijii.wi.T.. me moment K. 11. Keliet is applied it
i .. .... . i. . ..,, f... 1
pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed
AGUE. In ten minutes n tea spoonful cfR. It. Relu
will stop the Chills and break the Fever.
Acnes ot all kinds, rains of all kinds, Bruises, Burns.
Scalds, Strains, Sprains. Stiff Joints. Lameness. Ono an-
plication ofRadway's Ready Relief will, in a few moments,
entirely stop tlie pain.
It reduces swellines. heals sores, cuts and wounds, re
moves bruises, allays the most violent irritation. Forall
pain3 use R. R. Relief. Look for tbe signature of Radway
A Co. on each bottle.
R R. R. NO. 2. Radwav's Rennvat
Resolves. Renovates. Rebuild. It cures
Bleeding of the Lungs,
St. Vitus' Dance.
lironchitis, rever Sores,
the above eighteen complaints R. R. Resolvent will nosi
It renovates the system completely, Resolving away from
tlie Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposit, free
ing the Blood and Fluids of Life from all conupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to every
Organ and Member of the body. ,
LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY. .
Hon. J. J. Middleton, ofWaccamaw, S. C, writes uj
under date or May, 2d, 1853, that Radwav's Renovating Re
solvent cured one or his negroes, on his plantation at Beau
fort, of a Scrofulous complaint, of mauy years' standing..
The jmor lellow was a disgusting object of pity; he was a
moving mass or sores. The other negroes could not remain
in the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radwaj 's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon
the plantation. To tlie ople of S. C. Mr.' Middlelon is
well known, and to tbe political woild Mr. Middleton is no
SCROFULA. When tbe patient has been afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptoms will appear on the
luii.is if 21. i mier using jwa. i.esoiveni:
Fifty j ears
1 ir.rtiein day.
We have had cases where old men of sixty years, who
have been scrofulous nil their lives, entirely cured bv Rad
wav's Renovating Resolvent R. K, Remedies exhibit, thiir
efficacy immediately. They do not keep the afflicted pain
stricken sutlerer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring, le
building, and regulating the diseased bo.jy, to health and
Mr. W. B. Oliver, ol Dayton, Dooly Co7 Ga.. under date
of May 30, 1S33, writes "tliat a servant girl who was so re
duced that no one would give a thrip for her life," She was
so covered with sores dat there was not a spot of pure flesh
ofthe size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured by Radwav's Renovating Resolvent
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Westford,
Mass., has been covered wilh sores for nineteen years, aud
cured bv R. R. Resolvent
SALT RHEUM. The most obstina ie cases of Salt Rheum
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
One gentleman whe supposed that this complaint was he
reditary in his family, and hud been afllcted with Salt
Rheum sincfj his birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles
ofthe renovating Resolvent, and the poisonoua Rheum en.
tircly eradicated from hw system.
1TREGENERATES every orgarr and member ofthe
body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
WEAKNESS, in Male or Fernale, is quickly cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made strong., vigorous and
heMtby. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or
diseases of either one or more of tbe generative organs, are
quickly removed, and the body restored to alkealthy and
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 the most nervous, Gloomy and dc
depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy.
Persons wishing this remedy will please ask for Radway
Renovating Resolvent Its price is one dollar per bottle.
jo smait Domes, nor is tne genuine ever sold for less, l-acn
bottle bears the fac simile sirnatnm i.f
ItAIJWAl S, Ca,163lllton st.1. i.
R. R. R., for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for TennncssceL
MANDF1ELDS A CO, Memphis.
HUDGLV, WELLS A JOHNSON,
novl 4m Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere,
SS. VILLLVMr Agent for John Williams, New
, Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
for shipment. '.. 'olyll
r,0 ron SAI.E.-A tAiii
t u- store house, w th a argu ball ahov
Jnnly dj.ell.ng fa the basement and part of bV:
?m AJlH M''' Property is orr CollS
Hill, Cherry street A bargain can be fiad by arru
soon, at office No. 63 Cherry street. 7 "PP'fg-r-ovti
ATEGROES FOR SALE A verr rF,
Tytt vnerry at.
Briet f "1S- a-.Vi.K--A
: . . . .'I'.' r n . . .
" or rooms x tehen
ALSO, a Brick House wilh n
street, near Cedar. " "-p
. V j0" a yerT neat Ur:ck .House with 4 room, -
100 Cherry street, below the Verandah. '
Brdstrcet,running back llofeet, UigUitreT " 1"
ALSO, a vacant Lot near tba N.AC. ICR. Depot front,
a 110 feet on the Penitentiary Pike rSti&si
AIi50. elcht beautifiil
Nos SO. 32. 32. 102. 104, 126, 174. and 176. ""
AfoO. One Of Roive'xlsnw Tisflnt r-Arn ,.l.a- Tf ..
V "i'piicauoa as umcc !o. 6S Cherry street.
li. W. BROWN,
nov9-tf Real Estate Agent.
CHANCERY SALE IN PURSUANCE : OF
an order, made in the carcw of If. F. lu.mi -.i.
miuutrator vs. James Irtnn, et alst, at the October Termr
1853. of theChancenrCr.iirtiit r'l.lw.;iu t:ii..ii.- n..
t - j " , , i - , , . , , - " w.-.o,.Mv, i,iiiikiiiu me
higtiest bidder at the Court House, in Nashville, on Satur
day, the26ih day of November next, all of the Real Estate in
thepuadincrs rnuutioncl whirh mmiit, r.-.j
-i , , ., .-' , - . . . duuui i lerrcu
fnble bin dmgand busmi-ia on Market street and the
Murfrflvborougli, Pike, in South Nashville, a plat of which
will be exhibited on the day of sale.
The above property will be shown by Mr. Jam..
any person wbo desires to examine it
Terms of Sale Una unit Tv
payable at Ihe Planters' BankatlNasivUle, with approved
secttnty and a lieu retained until the purchase
be paid. TUOS. J. MUNF0RD.
oi-igT-i.i cjgrf. aud jJast8
V rtieoubscnber offers forsale ills residence, silu- if'i
itedabon,3 miles from Nashville, on theMnrfrws-
o - 'I". ' I . .. - .
. . , l - -uuu, uv BV cs, uuM4
high state of cultivation, tbe balance woodland; three
laihmr Smini. an u.t....t. . it.i i . . . i -
xm tipike. ii c.osists of about CO aores, one-lialf in a
. , r . - Ft - wiuMuu,oiiiuirimsprcLinii
riety or choice fruit-trees; with commodious dwelling and out
iiuuses. a tanner description is unnecessary, as those de
sirouAto piirclm-o can call and examineforthemselves.
Terms -One-llnrd cash, aud a credit crone and two years
on thebalance. Knot ,1J privately before the 19th Inst,
the premises will be offered at public saleat the Court-honse
on that day. nov3 If S. J. CARTER.
I'lctles; 10 doz. I
SARIIINKS. &c inn irrr.
Oysters; 10 cases Sardines; 20 cases assorted
Iresti reaches. Just received and 'for sal
novlS EDWARDS A HARRIS.
STAR CANDLES. 50 BOXES AND 35 HALF
boxes Star Candles, just received per Hart.ville. and
for sale By novl2 DAVLSASWANN.
J LIQUORS! EltitORStl
UST received per Cumberland,
40 bbU old Jlonongahela Whisky;
2." old Rye, 5 years old;
2tf " eight pipe Signetta;
In store and for sale, low for cash.
"CtSS. DAVIS ASWANN.
EXTRA FAMILY' FLOUR.
OOQ BBLS. Extra Family Flour in ftore and for sale
DAVIS A SWANS.
CARPETTNGS, MATTINGS, RUGS. Ac., Ac
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.
HAVE now in store, a large stock of Three-ply sup. In
gram and W ool figured Carpeting. Cotton Druggette
Adelad; Mats, Tufte Rags, fancy and whito checked Mat
ting or all kinA. and will be leceiving regularly from the
manufactures all new stvles, which they will sell by the
piece ouly at very low price.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
angSO b o Nos.70 and 71, Public Square.
DR. ROGERS' LIVERW0RTH AND TAR
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Qmgls, CAdt, Infiuenza, AUhna, J'.ronchilit, tpittaiy oj
Bluud, and all other Lung Complrintt tending to
THE GREAT C0TJGHT RXMZDT!
READER I havo jou a Cough, which you are neglecting;
under the idea that it is only a common cold, tliat it
will goon "wear itself out r" Let a friend tell you, in all kind
ness, what will S.X111 be tlie probable result
In a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself, you
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression acros3
the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and when you raise
anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white, frothy
matter, streaked, perhaps, wilh blood. If yon sttll take no
medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you
will soon have ncctic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats .Copi
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you stiC
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see you consign
ed to the pave, leaving your friends to mourn how rapidly
CONSUMPTION did its work, and hurried you away.
Friend I have you no cause to oe alarmed? In the above
sketch you may see as In a glass, how every case of Con
sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this
great Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold 1 If this had been attended to, all might
have been well but, beingneglected, under the fatal delusion
that it would " wear itself," it transferred Its deadly action
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercles. Another, ana another cold added fuel to the
Bame, until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate
eaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At
his crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, and often time
sets at defiance all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine win oftcntimea
arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will alwavs
make the patient more comfortaole, and prolong his life, and
is therefore worthy ora trial; but in its incipient or fanning
periods. Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and
"Dr. Rogers Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, and Canchalagua,"
if taken at this time, will cureit AS SURELY AS IT
ISTAKENlH This is strong language, but we can refer
you to numberless living witnesses to prove tliat it is TRUE!
And therefore, we earnestly exhort e err man, woman and
child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icine by you ia the house; and whenever you take Cold, do
not "let it alone" to work mischiefin your srsfem. Tuiter-vli-
cate it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully -healing com
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full
vigor to a good old age 1
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and subject to Croup; Remember! There never was
case or Croup, which did not originate in a Cold! And
when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, you
know not that, before morning, Croup may not set in, and
ere you can cet a Physician, your dear child may be beyond
the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you value
the lives of your children, keep this medicine bv you in the
house, and when yonr little one take cold and commence
coughing, give It to them at once, and rest not until the c.u-h
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after tTie
most extended experience, that if this ad -ice were followed
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold wonld be enrol, befute it could arrive at th's ag
gravated anc) fatal stage. Let every Motlier. especially, heed
well these remarks, tliat she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing over the early blight or soir.e cherished blossom, lave
occasion bitterly to reproach herxJf fur her criminal neglect
It is an old adage, that "to be furwanird, is to Le forearmed."
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers Syrup ofLlVERWORT.
TAR and CANCHALAGUA, aud let no olher be palmed on
jou. SCO VILA MEAD,
111 Chartres Street New Orleans,
Wholesale General Agents for Ihe Southern States, to whom
all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed.
Also sold by BERRY,
Atlanta, July 15, 1853;
R ANA WAY from the subscriber on the night of .
the 8rd inst, his negro boy AMOS. He b about it?
20 years or age, .1 feet or 10 inches high and weighs AH
about 15o pound. He is a bright mulatto, haktraigEii
hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass him
self as a white man. He was raised by a Mr. Dicker, of
Spartanburg District and wat purchased bv Capt James
Bonds or Spartanburg C. II. He ia probably lurking in
the vicinity or that town, or may attempt his escape to a
free State, He rode off a sorrel'horsa tcn or twelve years
old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
and i3 shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, hold
a fine head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
will be given for the apprehension of tbe boy and horse;
the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. AU expenses
for keeping the horse will also be paid.
Newterry, S. C. July. W. 0. NEEL.
TUOXAS rOPUC .TUSO.T WA1XX2.
HODGE Ai WALKER.
Barbers, HairDrjisen, Ac, Ac,
Ao. 13, Cedar street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to Ihetr
customers and the publicin general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up onr
house, we feel confident that all who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Ikir-Dress-ing,
Ac., we have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon-a wearied and
cotte body. augS tf
I70R SALE OR RENT. A new Frama House iult
? completed with seven rooms, well plant ered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street in llines'j additional
Nashville. The 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, er
IJ-Or, the Franklin Pike, between the residences Jol iSSS
peph Vaubt and Jame- A. Woods, Eun, containinff 2. acres ' . t??T? tntilL Thai aatnVaiwTha Sin rISS
on it anxcellentsnring e!y appS
noi R. YT. 3R0YN, Gen. Ag't, kwn,M a: dSniuhM m p;ol"rM. Morse.w.U
0Ct? N'lC SSCherrr at .oc.elies oi the mT",!?!Lf?. ." tentHe
Dtt- MOJ-SKV-.' INVICOKATIXG JiLIXIK OIT COSDIAt
'Of eentnrl-t.i.fl. .- ...
ve;UM.Dd k iM . wo rantae.taj tan
merout,ana a traveler Tae latee-Sr shi.i.Z,tr
con:entrated aud comblaedwlth oOut't'SSimS
fnXIfu.tt5rart Dr PMeS' 'e"'t 17SC,
ranrothereountry. At 2rt the properties itShn
tca: toProf. if O USE'S 1 N V I GO K ATI fl G SnlK OR CUK
!r we.r.'s ?I.e6l41 faheJoa. The pablio ofUn draivid
tVn-'7.,rar-.,BJU fac" ""-' rcw attested by
witnesses of the hljhet class and eharacUr. sr.... ,X
w.-.it . . . - . -. .-u cuiuitT aisunrafhftii ,
umnbliis- am. .ii .!....
TllUlil-, . v.. KHBIIUIUII U UJ
stst bl J n,u oC tesUmoay which Is- perfectly I
I i! rt.i f,r . TfrDVItl 1 I l-i1' : . . ....
rUin.?"IEre,medl4,'ln " , the depltrraMe eviU
fnake up the wonderful machine called man. It restore, to
ISrionfTV7 d"! IhncUon connected wJti that mv-
th. .1 V :rr.u,,u ?"7 or matter and mlad. Mcessan t
I: .1' or dene ent lo vitat power, tt U recomme
tlt . i.Ti .l Is , wm an ina natural appo
errJ .m t sJ'V,l,Bern't atlrlbates. Its benBcUU
wti.t 'I? "'.""""'"Itoelthersexor to any in. Thefee-
1nTli"ld;ii0,,,,,?M; "Tllm ofnervous depression, tho
weIiie.., "?s fror" fneral debility, or from the
T ?tho,w0otho '" loParsUUrTnJv.tor
reach of medicine. -Leiaot even these despair? T& S
deal, with dlseas It e,Uts, wtthoat refereae lo cwiS'
aod wlllnotonlyreniovethe disorder luelf, but
Rebuild the Broken Constitti Hon.
The deranxemenU t ttie system, leadlnjrto Btrvons dis
eases, aod thi forms ofoerrous disease lUelf.are sonumer
oas that It would require a column lo ennmerate the mala
dies foe which thl preparation Is a tpeclfle. A rew, how
ever, ray be enumerated, vU.- nearalgta, tie dolereaax.
headache, Incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpi utlon or tha
heart, spinal atr-ctlons, muscular debility, tremors, flatn
VJ8'. Prick'nt sensation fa tho flesh, numbness, toroldttr
of lhrer, meital depression, weakntss ofthe will, indis
position to movo, falntness afterexercise, broken a!ep and
terrify ma- drcaois, laabllay to remain in one plaea or pol
llon, weakoeis r th procreative orgsna,sexuat incompe
UnejynelaBchaly. cionomsnU, floor albas, sdnxlsg at tha
stjiaAh,rmaln Irreilarltles, a chronic tendency lo mls-currU-e,
emaciation; and all cooipfaints gnrvlng- out or a
frea m-'ulrencii or tho passions, and all barreaneas that
Joes not proceed bom organic causes beyond tha reach ot
"t'lTieiHrver the orsrana to baactad buhiim fra fmm r
formation: or strictural diseases tt 1 averred that
Morse's Invigorating Elixir.
will replace weaknea with trru-th.ln-rjrli rltt, rikk.
I Irregularity With uniform and natural activity, and this
j " iuwuimuiu u. imwua, irn. wi.u a nappy lie .
on the geuaral orgaulzatioo. jrp Baar tn mind thV all
maladiea, wherever ihry begin, BuL.h wilh the sem-as sys
tem, and Jhatthn naralizatlon of tha nerves of motion a.nd
aens allon Is physTta! death. Bear In tnlhd also, that for ova
ry imu oi nervoas disease he Jsllxlr Cordial la tha osly re
liable preparation known.
Curo of Nervous Discuses.
No lanrnare carieonvevaa. adennata I.tna. or UmlmmKii.
ateand almost miraculous change which 11 occasions In tha
.ll.i'N.T . .I.I.UlTI an. I .i.,.-HJ n.. ... . . . .
, -.-. .mm. i-iwui, wBcuier
b roken do w n by excess, weak by n ata re, o r i ni paired bj slck
ness.tha unstrung and related organization Is at once braced
re-vlvlBedsanlballtup. The meoul and phjsieal ijmtoma
of nervous disease vanish together under Its Influence. Sor
lathe (tract temporary: on tha contrary, tha relief is perma
nent, for the cordial properties of the medicloa reach tit
eonstltntlonltseir, and restore It to Its norms; condition.
well may the preparation ba calledlhe
ofthe nineteenth century. It Is, as theflrsttclentlfleaaaln
the. world, would have admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore Hipojed to have no exlstance.
A Stimulant Ihnt EntaiN No "Re-Action.
Its force Is never expanded, as Is tin case with oplom, alco
holic preparations, and all other exeitants. The effect of
these Is brief, and itmsywell basald of him who. take then,
"The last stateof that man Is worsu than the Brst But the
Elixir Is au exhlleranl without asinrledrawback safe In it
operation, perpetual In Its happy Influence upon tba nerves,
the mind, and the entire organization; It wilfAlso remove da
presalonvexrllement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness,
dislike of society, Incapacity lor stn4y or buslncsv
Loss of Memory,!
Confusion, giddiness, rush of blood to the head, melancholy,
mental debility, bjstrrU,wretcbedneis, thoughts of self de
struction, fear ofiusanlty,hypocbondriasis,dys:epla gene
ral prastratton, irritability, nervousness, Inabill.y to sleep,
diseases incident to femaliu,decay of ihe propogatlograne.
tions, hysteria, monomania, vagae terrors, palpitation, of tha
heart, lmpotency, constipation, etc.. ete, from whatever
causa arlsingil is, Ifthere lsany reliance to be pUcedonha
raan testimony, absolutely Infallible.
A Greut Medicine for Females,
Tbe unparalleled effects of" this great restorative, la alt
complaints Incident to females, mark, a new mlntk. ...
nals of medicine. Thousand of stimulant base been In
vented Poasanda of lBTlgeants concocted all pnrport'nc
to bo apcclfled In the various disease and derailments to
which thadelicate formation of woman render heritable.
Tae resolt has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums
have Indeed imparted a momentary vivacity to tha nervoaj
s)tera,alrsu!eutand delaslva vigor lo the muscles; bat
this flub of relief ha been succecde! by a depression and
prostration greater than before, and tho end baa too often
been utterly to paraljze the recuperative powerofthe nerves
and tbe vital organization, and Anally lo destroy the nnaappr
patient. Batln "
Morse's Invigorating Elixir.
Is presented as a phenomena In the materia medlea hitherto
unheard of a stloinlant wlthont a reaction.
The herb which forms Its main Ingredient, hat been ad
milted by all the great medical and pharmacealiral Institu
tions or Europe to be In this respect snl generis. Dr. Morse,
whose name is an undisputed authority In sciences, discov
ered the production in Arabia, where his atttntlomwas exci
ted by tho wonderfally Invlgoratir-g eOeeta It prodaced upon
the natives. In fact the wonderful power of endurance, tha
exhaustless vigor exhibited by the Arab, or both sexes, In
their desert pilgrimages, Is attrlbatable to the us of tali vi
An appeal is made to
Every Woman of Sense,
who suffers from weaknes,derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, pains in tho back, or any other disorder, whether pecu
liar to her sex, or common in both sexes to give tha Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
or ethers, wilt flndttat. Cordt.l after they have used abottla
or two.a thorough regenerator of tha avstem. la all direc
tors are to be Ion ul the happy parent of healthy offspring,
who wouldnot have been so, but for this extraordinary prep
aration. And it Is equally potent for the many disease for
which It Is recommended. Thousands of young men havo
been testored by uslagit, and notln a single Instance has it
failed to benefit them.
Persona of Pnlc Complexion,
or eonsnmptlve habits, are restored by Uie use of abottleor
two to bloom and vigor changing tbe skin from apale.jel
low, sickly color, to a besulifulflarid complexion.
To the Mignidcd,
These aresomeof the sad and melancaoly effeetapredneed
by early hiblts of joutb. viz. weakness of tho back and
limbs, pains in the head, dimness or sight, loss-of muscnlar
power, palpitation of tha heart, dyspepsia, nervonsirrltabll
iiy, derangement of the digestive fancUons,gsneraldebillly
symptom cf coninmptioii.cVc.
MenUlly.the learful eflecta on the mind are ranch to b
dreaded. Loss-f memory. confssion of idras,depresion of
.i-...-;.ii iiiiG-wim5, Aim, ion u socieiy, mix ajitrnat.
live ofsoMinde. tlmldliy, &c.,are lorae oftheevll prodacedl
All thus aflllcled
liciore Contemplating Marriage,
ahonld reflect that a son ml mind and body are the most nec
essary requisites to promote connnblat happiness; Indeed,
without these, the Journey thronghlire becomes a weary pil
grimage, theprospect hourly darken the view: the mind Oo
come shadowed with ue.pajr, and filled with the melmcholy
reflection that thx happiness of another become bllrhted
with your own.
Parents and Guardians.
Are often misled with respect to the rsu-es aod sources oj
diseasesin their sans snd wards. How oflea do they ascribu
toothercsueof wa.tlrgof the frame. Idiocy, madness, pal
pitation of the heart, indigestion, derangement of thenar
voussysleni,coarh and symptoms Indicating consumption,
when ihe truth Is, that they have been indulging In a porn!
clou though alluring practice, destructive both to mind
Da. Mom's Ixviookaiixo CoanuL has been, counter
feited by some unprincipled person.
In future all the genuine Cordial will havi the proprietors
be-simlle pasted over the earkof each bott c, and the fol
low. ng word blown Intheglass
"Dhr. AtORSE'S IN'.IKOKATl'tG CORDIAL,
O. II. KLN'G, PBOPH1J1TOK. XT."
TTT9 Iho Cordial Is put up highly concentrated, la pint
Pain J3 00 tier bottle: two for ? Mcslx forjll 00.
C. II. Kl.trt, PROPBlETOlt.
Bold by Drnggists thronjhout the t niisd StaUs, Canada
and West ladle and Also by AV.t'.tiUAV, soccesior to
-artw right A Armstrong, corner of Market and Broad tracts,
Nashville, Tennessee. octSS d w&tllrn
W. F. GRAY", SOLE AGEiiT,
J0H1T RICHARDS 0N '
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
- No. 23 Cepas Stbikt.
WOULD respectfully irifunn all who have, any use
for the services of a Barber, that he bas at th-s lima
in his employ a number of the best and most. exjrienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in
Nashville. His shop is fitted up neatly, and gentlemen may
always confidently rely upon prompt'atfentton and comfor
table sharing. lie hopes to continue hi receive a, liberal
share of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows- how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
BELL AHD BRASS FOUNDRY.
O.YA'OAT, SEAR BROAD Sl'REET.
THE Subscriber rescettfnllv retnnu hi
thanks to tlie public for past favors, and so-
iiauarxmunuan.ee of patronage in the above
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFA(TTURIN.O.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings ifelal
ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings.
SodaFotmU, Generators, AfePunips, and Pumps of eve
ry description manufactured to order; or repaired at short
-Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
juneS ly XX COLE.
N. M YERS, respectfully informs
the citizens of Nashville, and the pub-OswS
lie gent tally, that he still continues the above,
business co Cherry street. between Cedar and
Line streets, below the Theatre, where bo U prepared to
bnild Coaches and Carriages of all kinds to order
He will keep constantly on hand an asortment of Hus-gies,Ilaroiiches,Ph.-eton.H,
etc., which. ho will offer
for sale low for cash. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and
In the neateat manner, aug23 ?m.