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NASHVILLE, -TENN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, -1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OF.FlbE No. lljDEADEIUCk STREET".
TJIE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to subscribers at tlie following- rates: Single copies, one
year in advance. t2 50; within the, year 3 00; at the cud
of the year 4 00. Clubs Of fivo and upwards 12 00
I cr copy for one year. Clubs or subscribers will be re-
-A 3 f - - II L 41. - l" - :
ccireu lor sujl luuuuis at me lurcgouig rates.
be ThlAVEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdaj
and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if n.. paia a
DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
J3TTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOilTANl
Remittances of subscriptions mat ba laade by mail li our
paper trill be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the cash.
THE HAZARD POW
Of HazardvUle, Connecticut,
a. q.,ruzAED, rutsT. a. k. pouglass, sce'r.
CONTINUE to furni.h dun lewder of all their well
known brands, Kentuety liijle, American Sjartlny
fnJT.ru Jiif.e in tegs, half and quarter kegs and cannistcrs
of one pmimlftaeh. Alan, a full assortment of Powder lor
im.astini: and mininc
purposes. The reputation of their Uun l'owdcr Ulna well
known to require comment. All orders promptly tilled at
my d'otr-ler Vejvt, North-east comer of the Square.
S. II, LOOMLS, Ag't tor the U. P. Co, (
ang2 f Nashville, Tenn.
100 Imgs Rio Coi'fce,
IN STORE AND FOR SALE ITT
S. If. JLoo'mis,
' NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE.
ocU If NASuviu.it, Texx.
POWI) lilt Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, lialf and
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply id" tho above description of Powder; war
ranted equal 'o anr in lite market, always on band and for
sale by julyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
AI'ETY FI TRET .W.txHTfect genuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, for sale by
CHEATHAM, WATSON Jfc CO,
jrlS at W. H.'Cordov A Go.' I'lililicS-iuare.
CKOitCK XV. COOlv,
ATTORKEY AT LAW ATJB LAND AGENT.
, . Woco Villaue, Texas.
Wljj attend tojlie collection of debLand the inresti
gifiou and perfeetfiigoriand titles iu Texas:
llnu.0 XV. 0. Toirny, Hon. Natiiax Ocew,
" ier,: M'Kinxkv; " R. Ij. lttDLvr,
" K'li-'C.ACCTUtus, Abe Uauitiiilis,
Joiix U IIcikk, Governor W'u. IJ. Uaupbixl.
aug:;j twly '
YTTVT.Ti lAl,EItS.-Jul re-
YYJCeivctl, 2.000 holts 'f those
beautiful French I'npcrs, for 1'arlors,
Halls. Aj- tomlher -u-ith a Ftilplulid
nsnortiueutotOuldaud Yeivet Uorders, i'ire hoeeus. Win
dow Curtains, Ac.
;57"0u liand a large assortment of unglazcd I'ajiers, from,
1 0 to 23 els per bolt.
KLA0E3 & C0R1JEY,
iio. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
XV. AV. FINN,
41, MARKET STEEET,
- Ir.TWI KS OJIOK ASD.tlll! S QUARK,
GO LD AND VELVET PA
J'KR HANGINGS. A large
tiid Iwautiful varirtr.
Wrcorntive XV all Taper, all
Sue Uitcst iivncli tleaigus
liorilei-M, AVindotv 1'npers, Tenstcr and Cen.
In; .Iii'cc, alarge assortment.
Cheap lnglnzed lnp:rn 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12i to .25 eta. per Holt. All for sale, and Cniur rou
JTJST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
j .i AT THE
Clark: Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE ltUGGIES, 15AR0CCIIES,
ItOCKAWAYS AND FAMIJ7Y CAKKlAr.S.
t&- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE tliat c&&Ji'
Slout's Coadi Shop ia ou CLAltIC STREET. 55atr
jnlyltf IRA A. STOUT.
" "JIAN KNOW THYSELF."
An Invaluabfy JlooJ; for 25 cent. "JEcery Family
should have a Copy.''
npVhTV THOUSANnCopiesRoldinless rfglf.
Ji than ! montlis. A new edition, revised .
uu.l impmvel, ju.-t is-sued.
Dr. HUNTER'S llEfi
AX1 HAM HOOK fur the AK5LICTED conlainiiie an
outlincof the origin, progre-NX, treatment aud cureof every
form of disease, coutracled by promicuous i-ciual intor
couie, by elf abiiNC or by bextml excess, with advice lor
their prevention; "written in a familiar style, avoiding all
medical U-chnicalities, and everything that would olleud the
irof deccnev, from the result of home twenty years micccss
1'ul practice, exclusively devoted to the cure ol diseases f a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added receipts Cir the cure of the above dis
eases, and a treatise ou the causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever and Ague.
Tfisruroxr of nit Prof, or Orwrrntics rx Pkxx. Cot
Lent!, PmLAi.Eu-niA. OR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN
UA U Tlio author of this work unlike the majority nfthofie
workstthoadvCTtisetoctirethediseaxesof which ittreats,
is a graduate of "one of the best Colleges in the United
States. It affords nie pleasure to recommend him to the
unfortunate, or to the victim.of malpractice, as a successful
und experienced oractiliouer, in whose honor and integrity
they, may place die greatest confidence.
' JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D.
Tabu A. "WooiiWAiin. M. D or Pens. Uxiveiamr, Phil
Atnu iiiA. It gives me plexsuit) to add my testiuionv to
the professional ability of the Author of tlie "Medical Man
ual. ' Numerous cus of Diseases of the Genital Organs,
home or them of long standing, have come under my no
liep. in which his skill has U-eii manifest ill restoring to iht-
fect hculth, in sonic instances where the p.ttient has been
considored beyond medical aid. Ill lliu treatment of Scmi
iial Weakness, or disanangcmeiit of the functionsproduccd
by self abuse or excess ot venery, I do not know his supe
lor iu the profession. I liavo'been acquainted with the
Autliorsouie thirty years, and doom it no more than justice
to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate tictini ot
erly indiscretion, hi recommend him as one, in whose pro
fesMonal akill aud iutegntv, thev mat safely rontide them
fcclves. " AI.V. WOODWARD, M. D.
Ifc'Tl.isis. without exception, t he mipstcoinpreliensive and
intelligible work piiblUheil ou the class of du-eases tihieh
it treats. Avoidingall technical terms, it addresses ilself
to tho reason of lU readers. It is free from all objectioua
blc matter, and no parent, however fastidious, c
to placing il in the hands of his nhis. The author lias de
votcd manyyearhtothetivalmeHtof the various complaints
treated of, and 'with too little breath to puff,' and Uoo lit
tle presumption hi impose,' he hasotVered to the world at
tlie merely nominal price of !!." cents, the fruits of some
twenty years mut successful practice lltrahl.
"No teaclioror parent should be without the knowledge
imparled in this invaluable win k. It wouldsate tears of
pain, mortilicatiou and sorrow to tlie youtli under their
charge." J'it't Ada-Mle.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun
ter's Medical Hammlsays: "Thousands upon thousands
of our youth, by evil example and influence ut the iiassinns,
. hatebeeuleiliiihi the liabit -f wlf-pollution ttitlxut realiz
ing the siu and fearful consequences upon lliein-i-lves and
poslcritr. Tho constitutions of thousands who are raising
families have been enfecblrtl, if not broken down, and they
douotknuw the csuse or the cure. Anything that can be
done so lo enlighten and inthtenee tlio public mind as to
clieck, and ultimately to remove this wide spread tnircc of
human wretchedness, would confer the greatest blesiing
next hi the religion of Jesus Clirist.-on the present and
coming generations. Intemperance (or the uso of intoxi
cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon tlious
ntifls. is not a irrcater sctiurp-e lo the hnniAn ran "Acccut
inr thanks on behalf of tho atllicled, and, your co-i
tliri giMid work yon are so actively engaged in.
One copy, (securely envc'ojieJ,) will be forwarded, free of
postage, to any p:wt of the United States for !' cents, or 0
copies for f 1. " Address (post paid,)
; Publishers, Itov 1 y, Philada.
ltooVscllcrs, Canvassers and Rook Agents supplied on
the most liberal terms. sepl ly
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
mllE above HOTEL is uowien for the rcceplion of
I PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT HOARDERS.
Tuis long cstaoiislietl ana well-known House lias miller.
pie a thottMigU ulteration tliroughout, and furnished with
Tw ami fa-Jiioueble FURNITURE.
The TA15LE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market affords and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both Willi sfirrauts and the regulations of the lions;
geuerally, he will bo enabled to give entire satisfaction lo
lbusctlial may uvtiriuui wiui uieir oainuiage.
29 Tytrw J NO. W. SPERAS
VtaUTAKLE Ij.VIVDS Ft) It SALE. DY Y11S-
V tn. i a nrovision ill the will of JolmDatis. dee'd..
Ihc undersigncil oflcis for sale (he following valuable Tmcls
of Iind, fir : 473acrs on the Tennessee nver, immediate
ly above the tuouiu oi jiuck nver. auoniiu uie iiesi loca
tion on Teunee ttver for a commercial jxiint; l.Vi acres on
Duck river, opposite the mouth of Pine river; SIJ ucres
adjoining the town of Perrvville, in Decatur county; 2l."
acres on tlie East side or Rulfilo river, near the Hurricane
Bottom, snd 1S3 acre near the Vet side of Hutljlo river,
near lis mouth. Tcnus-made known on application to the
t:- DR. J. AV. GltAY."" '
Office in McCom'bi' New Building, on Cherry Street
. Mdween l(J4trtci anil Union.
''dertwjTlfta ',,.,,. . RtMII-
.ii i ' "
It. J. Ii. MAUCiriSI'S CELEBRATED
CATHOLICON, for the relief aud cure of suffering'
fdioaies. ii sianas pre
emlnant for lt curative
powers In altdtiearrf for
nhl( h tt U recomoeaded,
Of these are Frolantu
Uteri, or Falllar of the
AVomb; Flnur AIbo, or
Whites; Chrnnlc Indira
mstioa and Ulceration of
the Womb; Tncidenul He
morrhage, or Flooiling:,
1'aibfal, Snppretsed, and
Ac.,; jrltli accornpsnjlnjr
no matter how text re or of
how loag stanuin.
The fatholicou Carsnr
pa,es other reiaei'lcs. In
being more certain, less
n rnanil v. nmlll .tilnvlh.
.tn in -i l'tpr mmlltlon. Ict all interested in snch a
r'empily call ana obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ample
prvi, iron, miruiy respeciijo wuivwi "-i'j
of Its ne,togeiberwlthlettorsrfOin UtsVclsJS experienced
)hj,lclans, who have used it in their practice, and speak
rroni tlielrown observations. .
KirRVKs.- P It. Pvrkharu, if. D., Ulfca, X ., L. TI.
FleialuErM. 1)., Cauanil'aljrna, N. Y., M. H. Hills, ii. D.,
Rochester.N. V., 13 Y. Foote, M.J)., Kvracuse.W. Y., Prof.
Dunbar, M. U.,Ttltiinore. Mil , J.U. urrlcr.JH. li , Jialll
uiore.Md , W. W. Jteese, M. ., New York City, XV. Pre,
cotuM. D., CohforJ,N. H.,J.P. Sewlaad,M. XI., Udca,
Pamphlets had E"tls5at JonN P. noiioooU' Patent
alviJirliift Hotl-e, College street, Waoletale and lletail
AL.SO. Fur sale bj .
Da. F. S. 'Holdeidoi, Franklin,
IsiumA. Kcklss, S rin;CclJ,
JakwsT. Bau a W, Gallatin,
Cone & OvrtK, Lebanon," '
CaorjCiT & ltinntE, Murfreesboro;
Ltlter aiimtti to Mttirt. Brack Sr BrKin,JlgnU at
Jfmterri C. S. C, C. S. Heart, ef tamt State.
Cilkick Sraisiis, Jan.Otb, 1P13.
"Mi-..r. rtrirn A- Tl'iinivKaM Kirs: 1 send tor another
bottle of, your :Warchlsi'j Uterine Oathollcon." My wife
has been aniirted-forcleven ;ears,auOa variciyui means
has been reported to for relief, butuooo was obtained until
I received tills nio.llrop from you. Its Influence seemsal-.
inost'ipa;ical:tbcruwasa iaanif!it Jiupioveuioot from the
day it was taken.
As thorn aren preat many fmnalcsin cnrcnunlrj" laborlnjr
nude r llot affliction for which tour medirine proosea
remedy, I reel It n Outy to recommend It to nil such.
(Signed.) CLormi S. Bsard.
JT J. it. JIAKCHISI& CO., Proprietors, Central Depot,-301
Broadway, -S". Y. ov24-
riIIE ClilFl'LU, THE IaAME,
SUIT Joiuled. cm lindrclitfiu that Exlcnial Remedy,
Clmipsc KIiciimalicAiilcdotc I
A worl.l's wonJcrrul external Keuiedy, (or nun .In that
road Tut IU Tlio Ilhcnmatlsm !
"Soe djins veget-ibles life f attain,
Heo I'fo !isotlii vegetate i-Rain;
Alt served, alls rtiiift. nothing stands slono
Where tierce Itbeiiinatism Its antidote mnst own.
The uerres, leislons, lliamenls, fibrous mcmlirjiios.Hpon
curnses,and inns Icj, aro the scats of Khcumatic Paiiii,
'lie l)oloreux,Neuralgia,Cout, Kiaiut, Palsy, loss of Miuv
calar Power, wastiii? and decay of tlio miisrlrs, Nunilm i,
Instilllty to move, Nervous Headache, Crick in the Neck,
Rllffjoluts,dceii seated Pains and Sorem-ij, habitual ('old
Keet, Pains iu tbc. side, tlie hip Joints and small oftlie bark,
weaknessor the kidneys, spinal irritation, Pemalelrrosul.tr.
ltic,,s elled joints, nervous organic disorders, cramp ci
te, vomiting, dead palsy, contracted limbs, 4c. Now we'
aieu of Itcfinnmcnt
Wlmhavca ju,t appreciation of Truth, and ask them In
all csndorlf the above Is not true t That being granted,
we now propose to aak you why Is it that internal remedies
aro always resorted t J In the treatment of eucli disease 1
Why give a man a dozon nauseatlnf: doses of medicine for
a swelllrtgof the ancler Why physic a it.ah'to desth for a
few pain, T Why Rife a man pills lor an affection of the"
inu.'ilej r Ah, friends, "lie jure to give ouo pill every
hour"has slain lit thousands. Man's stomach was not de
signed for the purpose of a drug (tore.
Suizc Upon Truth
wherever von find II. Weoffer a medicine which will not
dcvouryonrstomacli.Itwlllunt Interfere with yourregular
fnod.it will not prevent a healthy assimilation of your di
gestive apparatus, but it is a powerful external stimulant,,
which opens the jores or the Kln, excites toe ausorueni
sj stem, penetrate, the nerfes, muscles, and tendons and
liamerts of the parts 13 which it is applied, producius a
a Tree circulation or blood through the parts, stimulating
the nerves, revivifying and bcllding up the deadened Us-'
sues to which Itls applied.
The Chinese TMictimatic; Antidote
Is the only known remedy In the world that will actually'
and positively restore loss of power and energy to a palsied
limb, replace the deadened, contracted limb, with lit) and
activity, renioto all nervous obstructions, muscular con
traction, and distortions, lnssof feellag III the extremities.
In health, there must bean equilibrium In the nervous aud
circulatory systems, aud this lautlbobrougbt about byex
t rnal applications.
tVekuow that our theory Is a new one, and will liavo Its
enemies, tct we appealto every man's candid judgment,
ami ask him iritis not the most rcaouable treatment ever
offered to man J lloubtless you will say, yes. Our plan
has been fairly tested, and given universal satisfaction. In
tin, treatment of the diseases for which it is recommended,
itls creating a perfect retolutlon.
" Throw rhVMC to thc.ogs !
Hat man nh. mo,t nohlestruetnre I you were' de4tInoil
to live a longer and happier lire I ;
niicumatiMii in nil its Forms, '
even of twenty years standinz, yields at once to the magic
charms of this truly &!tonlhing and wonderful external
iimbinatlon. All persons effected with Gout, Rheumatic
Pains, Miff Joints, Contracted and Distorted I.lrab,, llump
Back caa.edby muscnlaroiitracilous, and loss of nervous
energy, halMtusl cramps and Sjtssms, tors of mncular mo
llons,splual Irritation, weakness in the small of.lha bitcV,
deep seated pains and so-cness in the breast, stomach, sidof
and loins, wasting away and shrinking of any of the limbs
and muscies, arc all speedily and permanently cured by the
uso of one bottle of this medicine.
a sinking at tho stomach, palp'tation of the heart, sick and
nervous beadach, cold lert,puin,in the bowels and stom
ach, colic, e.c, canall belmmediatcly cured by rubbing tho
external surface with a small portion of this highly concen
trated medicinal compound,
Tho 'External Itemed)' lor Jinn ,
!s destined lo create a new era ill medical science. Tho
JInchtnc of Man
Is easllydcrangcd,and the slightest interference at head
quarters (the stomach) lolerferes with tho functional duties
ofcitherone ot its organs, producing an unnatural and un
healthy condition or man throuzhuut.
Then why drag out a miserable existence, by gorging
yourself with '"a dose ormediclneevery hour,'" Jtut lecauso
It Is prescribed byoneor the -'regular built f" liewsre,
voung lady, young man, of so much poisonous mineral
whohave In their families anj Inns standing rase, or Rheu
irnilam. (tout. N'ouralfla. contracted limbs, female weak
ness, weakness all along the back, pain around thekidnojs,-
deep seateu soreness in me ureasi, ulu an iet-i st-aivi i'hiiis
u, .ivi.rt van Lo send toour rerentand procure a bottle
of the new article, the new mode of treating such dlssases,
and will flod relief never before known.
Physician Ileal Thyself!
tr nn nro snfferinsr with ant ortbo above comidalnls, resort
to this remedy, anil after you are cured rei-ommeml It.
The two greatest medical men oi lite ace say, "inai me
KtIi tntiI Treatment ordieaesii destineil fo create a new
lru ill the hlslorv or Medical Science." Anothorwrltcrsats,
"this trealmenl is fast commending itself to the Medical
Chronic Ithcumnticni ; .
Is cured in all cases, by using this medicine'.
Ye who are ujingjour crutches, hobbling along through
this troublesome world, with a "stitch in the side" aud a
"catch in the back,' will find certain and permanent re
lief in this External Medicine.
If them be any such In the city olA'ashvillean surrounding
couutrv. we a'liuonish you to go to our Agent and procure
J? . . ...i . . .i. . i.t ... ti it. i.ii i.i.
a pampulel anu a ihiiliu uuuv imioBt- itucumaui; iiuuuuw.
Put up In larce Kettles, with simple and jdsiu directions,
and sold at $3Uu per bottle: twobottles for S5U0.
A. S. YOUA1T & CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lano, K. Y.,
to whom all orders should be addressed
For sale In Sash, illo by J. P. DROMGOOhK,
,,o,2l d&w Only Agent, No. 12 College street.
' The undersigned beinsnutborized bva resolulionof
the Hoard of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of "ta-diville.i
at its meeting on tlie Hth instatit, h dispose f tlio follow ing
valuable prujierty, to wit:
Isits, Nos. and S, on the west sido of Summer street,
fronting on said street SO feet and runninr back 210 feet to
un allev. on which there is alt story HRICE TENEMENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Ut No. 23,
situated on the west side of Cherry street, south of llroad
Ktreet. frontiniron Cherrv street .r3 fel. and nmnimr back
lsifeet, on which there aro TWO TENEMENTS, one of
lililUh. unit one ol H uou. tie aiioveiou wilt lie divided
to suit purchaser. For a more particular description bt,
juid lots, rererent-e can be made to tioiic o. 14, pages G0o
nn.l ittiit in tlm Itemslcr's oflice of Daviilson couutv.
The above property will be sold at private sale at any
time betweea now aiid tlie lTth day of December next, and
if not sold previous to tliattime, will be otfered on tlat day
at PURLIC SALE.
The alsivc named rroiicrty will be sold on a credit of one.
twiinnd three tears. Notes iiavableinltank without inter
est, with good endorsers, und a lien retained until the pur
chase money is jwid. XV. H. HORN, Mayor.
J. II. CUItllEY,
(ktinj rtrtrl, A'o. 2.", eppvsitt Seirattft IfoJiM.
BEGS leat e lo infirm his friends and the public
reneiallv. Hut he lias otieneJ a regular Cot-msa'
tin ltismi. and havinir liouclit the risrhtfor mamit'acturing
and f-elliii-i in .Middle Tenne.-vve, SkilTs Patent Indistruct-
ible Air-tight and Air-ex!i:uisted liurial Cases, the best
now in iw:for preset titur the corns, he wilt keen a sunnlv
of I hem constantly on hand, togelher with an asrtment of
all kinds ol covered and wood (.'oihns. He is prepared to
fuuii.-li g.Nnl Hearses and any nuiiibcrof Hacks that may
bo wauled; aUishrouds of every description, made in the
best style, together with every equipage necessary for fune
rals. All telegraphic desutches or orders from Steamboats
and Railroads, or Trout the Niirouiiding country will be
piouiplly attended fo. Particular attention jiaid to pre
nariiur and encaMiiir bodies lor tniniKrtation. All nrders
left at his Furniture utid Collin Rooms promptly attendc'il
I...l. nil.t .....1 .lav 1... ,l-l!l 1T11-A llW f.i.l..il
IT., vinil uiii. uuu nj ii ...i. f, ' - --. jivmuuii u.icilliuu
to all tuueials. (Jliarges moderuie.
J. II, CURREY.
N. R. Furniture and Mattrasscs of every description
made hi order aud of the best materials, and warranted; also
fumiture repaired in the best style and with dispatclu.
aug27 u Ef. J. IL C.
ITHHt SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Caney
Folk River, 75 miles from Nashville. 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river
nai igable tor tdeamboau or. a month; m theyear. l liose
wishing to engage in tlie Lumber trade, or iu raising slocek
would do well lo give me a call.
Sept , If . n At tho U. S. Mail Packet Oflice, ,
TtTVtlltTANT ARItlVAl.. -
rPHE undersigned havingiuarrivcfmmNewYprkand J
I l -, ,.1-lTf t r,.1. 1. l.rnn.1 tifd frtomtlt ,,rA fit 1
I x'niiaacipuia. oe w isiics oh" " .u.
.mer patrons, that lie has purchased as large and fine asiorf-
...r r.. '.1 r-f(l.: nml TnmUtiinir fiwt Hint
men, Ol ucniiwiicii.viuiiiii';; - "
'has ever been brought to Nashville. They are now ready for
nspectioii at his store tne
SVOBIVD'S CI.OTIITXG E3IPOKITJ3I,
tin. 11. Public Satiare.
I have taken particular pains to have made 'art assortment
of Ktira (iiz &4hing for Gentlemen, weiguin" Jrom COO
to 850 lbs., and who have always been paymghigb prices to
the Merchant -1 ailors.
ALSO, u. splendid assort mentof India RubberGoods, and
from the age of C years and upwards.
will take Darticular notice that lean supply them with Cloth'
ing and Furnishing Goods either wuousalk Or ektail, as
low as any one in the city.
ALSO, just received a.Iarge lot of fine Plush and Cloth
Caps, of various sizes, 'which I can sell tatniy-fire per cttit.
lower iitau any oitier uuuso iu iuu .
Cutat one, cane all, to M. POWERS'
World's Clothing Emporium,
augiO 8m No. 11'. Public Square. Nashville.
Come one Come all ! This Rock chilli fly
From it: firm base as soon as I !!!
T-AT.T. ASfD AYINTEK STOCK FOR 1853-1.
rrHE subscriber respecUullyannounces to (be denizens of
I fiasliville ana surronuatng cotiHiry inai ue uas iiwou
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents
TASHI0NAHLE READY MADE CL0THINU, rorFail
and Winter wear.
Among which May be found: Fine Black and lllna Cloth
Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
lilac)?. Blue, Brown, and Olive Over Coats Sack, Paletots,
Bor, Frock and Dress Coals, Business do., and other sfyjes.
and colors toonumerous fo mention.
Pauls and Vests ot ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a fnoral assortment of CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING. Fine Shlrti. Undar-Shirfs, Drawers Suspen
ders, CravaU, Handkerchiefs, Stock Hats, dps, Trunks,
Yalises, Carpet Bags, Ac., ic.
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to nail
and examine my slock before purclusiugelsewliere.
"So 31, jrarket nr., opposite Union Street.
N. I?, Not' to bo sold or undersold by any man or com
bniulkm of man. L. P.
FALL AIID WHITER GOODS.
JUST received at No. Jl, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassnupra pud vsstincs of the
AI.S0 A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing
.Goods. A new and beautiful stylo of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of everydis
crijition, Under-Shirts ancl Drawers.
Haviii!? made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Kstablishmenla in New York to supply me, Wm. T. Jem
mnga, 28), Broadway, I am preparred to oner to my cus
tomers and ue public, Clolbitig ol a superior style and qual
ity. Pleaie call aud mamine for vourselves.
m iijiimll . .
scpl4 O J. J. uuuuu, aRtni.
EPLEIfDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATESi S2YLE
BEAD YOIADE CLOTHING !
II, 4, JESSEIi,
Arcade dotting fjtqru,
AT). 29 MirlcU street, opjMxte tlie Union JTitU.
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
villn ami sniToiiiulini' country, that he has just received ono
of the largest and most compete aasortliismu of OentUiiuni
Fall and UliiUr Golhimj ami I'tiriU'itnfl Qtio.lt pver
brought fo the city, which will be found unsurpassed iu
quality and workmanship, and otMiclilow prices as -aimot
fail to please. The stock has been sejeclod and made up
under my own inspection, exprtidy suited to flu w'auU of
Also, a targe assortment ot
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit.
As my- stock is very large, I can offer grcatinduccmcnls
to country Merchants, pilher wholesale or retail( at vcry
liltle above Eastern prices.
Give mo a call, as I shall tako great pleasure In showing
the Goods. II. A. J ESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 ..Market st,
ocIC Cm Opposite Union Hall.
THE subscriber has jut opened, at his old biand, No 53
JIarket street, next door to T. '. A W, H. Jvrans, the
largest and mast elegant stock of READY MAUE CLOTH
ING aud Gentlemeuii Furnishing floods, he ever had the
pleasure of exhibiting to' Ids frisnds and customers, which
he is offering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
lio confidently believes, give entire sausiaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, nf uverr va
riety of st vie and pattern: do. do. Pants and YesU, Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac., Ac.; Hats and Caps, a ,arge assort-
1. f'...o( l'.tKi Tnintu Xtiirl- Pjlllan. Slotii tTrflYuts.
1111.11 1, V, w--l - , , , .
Uiubrellas, Ao; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket Udkfs., Ac; all ol which are new, and purchased of
tlie best houses in the Eastern cities expressly tor this mar
Thankful for tlie liberal patronage lierelolore bestowed on
him, he invites an examination into his present stock and,
prifps, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
inanas ana customers.
M. SULZUAUlvliif, Agent,
wptCjS 8m No 53 Jlarketst.
GLNTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On CtMtae rtrtrt. out dvor Suvtlt of the Huure.
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizens and
strangers passing through Naahvillo, to call at their
store and examine the most elegant assortment of Finishing
and Fancv Goods, ever brought to Nashville. We haveat all
times the latest styles and best quality ol oods,ana invite
special attention to our J'aieni enouiuer ram csnins, which
. ti i j . f. 1 1. ..i .i it...
WC warrant 10 oe wen maue, anu to utoeiier man uny uiuer
style of Shirts. Our stock consists iu part of Linen and
Muslin Shirts, every size and quality. Silk, Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Shirts and
Drawers, Silk Merino, Shaker, limbs Wool, Cashmere,
Brown Cotton and Country Knit. Half Hose, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Heater, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets, Sscarfs, Cravats, Stocks and
Ties. Susnenders. Silk and Lincu Handkerchiefs, Robe de
Cljauibre, Trunks, Carit Bags, Umbrellas. Canes, Razor,
Strops, Soups, Cologne, Odors, Oils, Tooth Powdei, Hair
YYaslies, loom, iiai, Viom, au, uuu jimr uniui;s, i one
Monies, Pocket Books, AVork Boxes, Dressing Cases, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
N. B, Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton. Gum Goods, Goodyear's Patent, best articles.
Remember the number 5G.
MYERS A McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. foctll
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
These Plasters possess the advantage of being put tip in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
maff.s. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
nsedbyPhvaiciansandthe people iu general, both in this
country anil Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it. Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its healing powers who have not yet tried it. For their
sakes wo will simply state what it has done in thousand of
cases, aud what it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following teslimony from a Physician.
Gkntleukx. Your Hebrew Plasterhas cured ine of pains
of which I have suffered for twelveyears past. Duringthis
period I labored under an allliction of my loins and side, and
Iried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief At length I used your
Plaster, and am nowbv its good effects entirely cured,
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who are suffering fiom contraction of the muscles, orpenna
nent pains in the side or back.
The people of Georgiahave but to become acquainted with
s virtues when they will resort lo its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, M. D..
Forsythe, Monroe county, Ga.
To Messrs. Scovil A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Mksars. Scovtl A JIkap: I have been troubled with the
chronic rheumatism for tlie last twelve years. On the 1st ol
fuly 1S4;i, 1 was so bad that I could not turn myself In bed,
and the tiain so severe that I had uot slept a wink for six days.
At thisXime my attending Physician prescribed the "Hebrew
Plaster," and it acted like a charm; tho pain left me and I
slept more Hum half of the night, and in three days I was
able to ride out. 1 consider tho "Hebrew Plaster'' the best
remedy for all sorts of pains now in uso.
O. XV. McMlNN.
Hendcrsonville, N. C, Aug. 16, 1850.
157" E37 tST V3 V8 XST VST
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations I
J3f The genuine will in future have tho signature E.
Taylor on the steel plate engraved label on tba top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar-
icles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hroughout the South and no pedlar ia allowed to sell it
liealem and purchasers rfnerallvnre cautioned airainst btlv-
ingof but our regular agents, otherwise they will be impos
ed upon tvitu a woriui&ss unicie.
Foriale by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Cliartres street. New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern Stales, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
EW1N, BROWN A Co., Nashville, Tenn.
XV. W. A J. B. BERRY. do:
j. Jl. ziMbtuiAit a uo., (to;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do;
II. O. SC0VEL, do.
CETJTCHF1ELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GRIFFINH0USE,
THIS well known Hotel situated within a few slops J4;
ot tlie passenger car landingof the Western and Sj
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of
Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by Mr. J. XV. F. llryson and
1-adv. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Grininacquiredaveryhtgh reputation as a hist class hotel
The present proprietor having secured tlie services of Col.
Grifhn's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and bouse boy, and havingturnisued tne house entirely
anew .hopes to retain its hieh reputation and meritpubho
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to ana trout the boats. THUS. (JKUlutu ir.i.Li, ,
feb21 ly I'roprietor.
THE great Reniedv for RheumatUui.Gout, pain in thcSid
Hip, Back, Linibs and joints. Scrofula, King's .Evil
While Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, nml all fixed
pains whatever. SVbere this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
BAHNTNG'S PATENT LACE. OR ABLQHIKAI. SUP
nrTtOR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those j
T who aro Atllicted tvim-'tlie tollowing. diseases, viz: j
- . ., i ii ..-i.:i:. oi. .. . . ,,r ii . i k
tVeafcnessot tlie urcasr, jinnwims, iu.ot m mcaw,
p.,m in ,tu Hrwst. Weakness and Dlcedinsr of the Lmigs.
Palpitation wftbeUcart, Dyspepsia, Oostiveness and Pils
Pain in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, aud Enlargement of
cne-UipandSlioulder, Falling of the Rowels and a,Teu
dencr to Rupture. Prolapsus Uteri, or Beanng Doivn, Ir-
reTUar. Painful or l"rofuso Menstruation, a T endeBoy lo
. r , . , . . t ii... 1...1 I...I
.Abortion, ami l aimm a regaaucy,, aim iw w"i
dent to Child Bearing a Disposition fo Drooping, Ixmging
and Weariness, commoa. to clerks, mechanics, students,
seamstresses, aud others wlio keep inclii.ed posllloai.
The subscriber has bad the exclusive sale of Ibis edrlirat
eiliract for several years, during wbich period a large
number have been sold to those wLo iiare riven Hie highest
, latimonbls of their remarkable curative powers. The inot
salisfaetory references cau be given to persons in the city oi
Nashville arid surrounding country; furilicriiiore, they are
recommended bv KnmAOf Ida m.-ut PMlehmll and extensive
Practitioners' of Medicine, ip NaJiTlllr anil tha crliicent
country. Forsale by 11 (J SCOi'Efi
Druggist and Apilbecnry, North side of the PublicSquare,
inree aoors- v esi oi me asii vine inn. aug l u,
DR. UBBY-S PILE OINTMENT
TS PREPARED lbrtlia (Irafenlmiv tl..nnn-.'br DrJ
X Benjamw LiBBr.of New Hampshire. He u a "Physician
eighty-eight years of ac. and has for (he lafct wxty-thrco
years used this Ointment in lifs practice. A cure is war
ranted, no maltr how extreme the case.
This isulficienttoiiidiice every person suffering Under
l!i!iliiWis fn frviL Prieiifiir Ttiitllf i I ."V. t
Ttp Yeyetahlc Pills, prepared bytheGrabur'
Company, arp usad prm?tsnly bv hundreds Jof thmIsanda;,
who attest their valua. ' -r-. '
Th8 .true operation of Medicine's fo give increased aptljify
lollio" niouns jiossesseil by Nature for the "removal of the
causes of disease. Vivlf billions disorders. Ccstirenes.
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of tho Bowels, Liver
uouipjBinis, iieadactic. Activityot tlie Nlomarli. Ac Price
25 cents tier Bor, with full directions. ?Fnr tnie by all Dnuf-;
gist. octia ALKX. McKENZIE. Agcut-
J. IT. ltiirraw'ai l'atont l'liin tutlon
THIS Mil! differ from all others In the construe tlnn of
the upper Or Hunning Stone, which Is composed ol'
French llurr Blocks, enclosed lit a east Iron Cane, which
forges the back and hoop of tlie Sloue with a Cast Irou Kye.or
Bush, thanUoffrcitereilnrnaliliamcter at the bottom that
at the top, which Is secured loll, b'acK ly r,iirpos,ao that
every Mock Is In the form qfa dVivo tall, which elves greater
strength to aBtoneth.inany oilier nielli od which Is required
In small mills, where the stone is run with great speed, and
becomesdangerous If not strongly mado. it also gives auy
woiKiH to a atone ol small utameier mat is required wltuout
having it thick ct high, llial makes It Ion heavy
this mill fa a snuirp framtfmadecf wood nr eastlron.ln
Ihn form of a huV,'wltti Bridge-tree, Kjiincto ia)6n,"e, King
Driver, and Kegulatim; Screw, and crlnds ul'on the aame
principle as alarie inilLdiiTerinc only In the Kunner Stone:
this being ofgrealweiirhtcqatiles It to grind nearer the cen
ter a greater quantity ofgrahi with less wer than any other
mill low in uio. Tul, mill Is inrf(.blo, and may be attacked
to steam, water, horse or hand i.ovut'.
Al.su. all sizes or Jsrancu Kurr Mill Kioncj. manuractured
on the same principle.
jasepn ii. unrrnwa, or i:inctnnal1, l the Inventor, tor
which ho obtained Letter, Patent lu ifttt. for alllnriiugu
meuti the purchaser will be-held responsible for the risht
These JIM, Jo uot require aMiltrigbtto set them up; and
all that is necessary to put them In operation. Is to attach a
hand to the pulley on the spindle, with a drum sufficiently
largo to run a lvecy-four inch !l!l SjO reft,Inous per
inlhute, attached to Uln, Htsam, or Water Power. By the
steady application rtwohnrsa power the Mill will grind a.x
lo S tmshiilt per liourorguod meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn, 'I ho thirty inch mill, If put to Its fullest
ipecd, wIP grind from ten to Alteon bushels per hour.
These mills are warranted to bo iu every resneel as recom
lliRkc-nnxs roa Uaiso. rlace your mill about Mfeet from
the Driving Pulley in a level position; make the belt of
leather six or eight Inches wide. Give the StoneStn revolu
tions n raluGle with the tuu. Roep (lie neck and Hep of
the spindle veil oiled. Placp he star qu the back nf the
Running Stone, in tho same wayca the Gross on the Driver,
that Is, the. way they aro trmiUedtp run.
itofcr to Thus, Patterson. Km-.of llizliland county. Olilo,
Jessu Ileal, Kiq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S, Bradbury,
Ksq , oi Lincinaati, anu a uuiHior oroir.eri.
Ait oruersuireciciiio juuji i. nuuaiA.t,
N. 32 Broadway, Narhvllle, Azent for Mlddleand Kaat
Tennessee, or J. H. BUKKOWS,
JanSu 4. tr-w. & w. ly. West Front at. Uln.O,
ERB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention has been in use about
ihree years. The inventor has made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given eutire satisfaction to
every one who has used, it, find is lbs most superior machine
in use, for tljS purpcc for tihicli it is designed. It is sim
pie iu al its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily .worked Irynbot-12 years of age.
It will cut straw or com in tne snqcK trom nail men to
three inches in lensfh. Many oerlillpates might be pro
duced frora Farmers wbq Jjuvb used them, to prove their
siqieriority oyer any other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons needing- such an article may rest assured
that in it they will Una a valuable acquisition to their farm
llie subienber has "reatlv extended his means for man
ufacturing these machines, and bo now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and tbe fanners and planters
particularly, of the bouth and West. He will hereafter be
able to fill nil orders rapidly, and ensures all macbiues to
do the woric lorwnicu tney are aesigneu.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
terms, to nuvMechamcwlinmarwishto manufacture them.
and will furnish one set of Casting-for patterns.
sep7 t.m IUllt E-Etl.
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all or Insliairand
had been bald for jnany years; by tlie use of three tot
tk of the ifJiinetle Ointment, hid liU lair entirtly re
etortd, ami now has at lieatdifulaheadof hair as any man
eould wislu His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, ol this town, 14 years or age, liad
lieo n nt!licti-il with tbe Asthma from his cradle lie had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one ol
the most aggravated cases 1 ever saw; he wxs cmacialed al
most to a skeleton. By tbe use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment lm ve:t!uinninhtu cured, aud for bcvcn months past has
enjoyed robnst health.
.Tins was an extreme case oi uynimmuu'n y wr ijwra,i
of long standing; has a variety oftieatnicntlnim no less than
ruiht different iihvsicinus. without reccivinsr benefit was
cured bv tho uof only four buttles of tlie Magnetic Oint
ment. This was four montlis agoand the lady (a Mrs. Dun
Iiam,) is still in gooil health, and able lo attend to her usual
household duties. I bavo treated two cases of Vhrvuie ikrt
Eut with the Ointment, both of the jiaticnts to nearly
until, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. Oue of them had been alllictcd Id years, tlie oilier
about yyears. They had tried the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; andoneof them had been under tbe
treatmeut of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They arc now bv use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cmed; and are able to
reaii and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment iu a number of cases of Piles, and in uo cae hat it
failed of (jiving immediate relief and generally a immanent
cure. 1 have alsoused it beneficially in seveiecases ofEry
8ipclas. And last but not least, I have within tbe last year
cured four cases of CANCER by tho use of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I cau confidently re
commend it fo be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to tbe public Respectfully Yours,
BURTON UUBBELL, JL D.
Dated Jan 27,1850, Amelia, Ohio.
Tlie character of tliis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There aro quite a number of indk
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use.of
this extraordinary Ointment,
For sale by U. G. SC0VEL,
3 BERRY A DEM0VILLE,
mayS CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG.
I HAVE this dav associated with me tn the Saddling Bu
siness mv son, A. C. MARCH. Tbe business, in future
wdl be conducted in tlie name of , J. J). March A Soiu All,
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please coma,
up and make pavment. J- D. MARCH.
jf" Thankful for tbe liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
jgnS J. D. MARCH A SON.
ANU WAKHANTS. We are biiymgand paying'
the very highest prices for LAN D WARRANTS. Per
sons at a dis'tarice having warraulslo sell bysending lo" us"
bymailorotlicrtvise may depend oa getting the highest,
pricesat'whiclitheyarcfcelliugatthetimein Nashvilie, and
the cash remitted or toid to order.
julyai DYER PEARL A CO.
. . GOLD PENS".;
JOHN YORK A CO., have on hand a variety of superior."
Gold Pens, tho best ana xnespesi article ever onerea tor
sale in Naihville. Etery fn tearrantnl. octl
or.T.AItS.-EVEKY VARIETY OF COI
t I1.U0, latest styles and best quality received and lo
by . .. i' fas MYERS A McGILL. .
BOCT0R YOURSELF! THE JESCULAJIUS
vii, EVEKY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
f nil, fortieth Edition, with Ooo
J. Hundred Engravings .-.houin
Diseases, and Malformations of the
i.m..ii),ii!ia m every shape and
fonn. To which is added a Treatise
j tnaiwscwa otiemalcs, being of
1 'e highest imporiance to married
jicvjikt, oi unie couiempiaiuig mar
rUge. By WILLIAM Y&UN0, M.D.
Let no father be ashamed to pre
sent a cony of tbe -JSCULAPJUS
to his child. It may saye hiia trom
an early grave. Let no young man
or woman enter into the secret old!.
u .i . . ..
gsliona of marriage h'5j withont reading tho Pflfk-vr
Cough, Pain lit U'e Side resllow nlghtV nervous Ming,
and the whole tram of DeHpcctic sensation, and given rm
by their physician, be nootUer moment willinut consolbng
the ..ES0ULAPIU3. Have the married, or tliosu alajut to
ipPTOrncil, uny impsdiuif nt, read tbjs truly useful book, as
'it has been the mpaps of saying tjiou-sauds cf uuturtmtule
vi"mii x.r tne crj jans ji ueaill.
W. Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS cn
Closed in a letter. wil receive one eppr of Uiisjrork by mail,
,or nye copies will bo sent Tot One IWlar.
Address, (poibpaid.) UK. WM. Y0UNO.
marcblo ly T. 152 Sjtrvce St. PMUMphut.
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL H0USE.-Eslablisl.ed 15
lost Iwnd to cure all Joiina of ocrpt 0 , of tUc f kin, and
inlllllM. hnlulu n,.ri!.fl. 1. 1111 1 111.' In ...
r mTf Pi,M , i? .'"'" ""Ii- tt'.ttr.i.i.t, it. corner
oi nun ana union mieeis, let cen Spnice and Pine.oue
V. , exenange, i iiiiaueiiiiiia.
r rake Particular Notiop Tlin.i. ; a i.t.n
i' V T'1' Tb ,ner at ''BECadcmvor collepp u Iiabit in
ilulgbd in when by IhemseUes, In solitude, growiugm, with
: . he boy to iiianlio.H3. and nhicli, if not abandoned in due
, ..... .j uru. st-nuus oosiaciesio matrimonial hap
nincss, but pyes rise to a sies of protracted, insidnms and
devastating affections. lew iT Uiose who indulge-in this
pcniiciwis practice an; aware nf tbe oiiisequences,untiJ tly
End the nervous system is shatlered. feci strange and iliwc
counfable feelings, va?,efeai8 inthemipd. Tde In.hvlduai
beccra fep b!e, he is unUe mJabr.rwith aMuislmnii vb
or, or to apply Ins mind to study; his slep is tardy and weaC
he is dull and irresolute, tlio coiiiitenaiioA i. ,i. .1 '
reveswilhout natural lustre. slianu.fjcediHsi, is apimient.
.Tlcoe are fymiitoint ichiei elould utvaten the aUttUwn of
wiote nmiutriy agiittett.
Ifthe victim be conscious of the cause of his decay and
havmg relinquished tho odious ptaclice, ho sinTers "imder
those tembl nocturnal einiaions, whitl, weaken jid shame
him, produc ng mental and phvsiI pnatration. Jf he
emancipate bjmec'r Ut,fiiie the piaclioe has done its worst,
and cntrr matrimony, his marmifreis niifniifful. ami his
senses tell linn that this is cau-ed by his carlv folli,
Too many think thev will hug Iho secre't to their own
hearts, and cure themselves, Ala-J how ofleri is tlusa fatal
delusion, and how many a promisingyouth, who uMA have
been an otninieut fo society, has faded from the earth!
younir Men! Let no false modesty deter yon from
makimr vour case known tonne wlm rr-.i.iit...i;,i..
.spectability . Ifflif hefiifnil yi'll. IW who pUfM ninisell
... uimui u.i u cqiifinrtn, ami 111 towito Ixxs'in will be for
ever locked the secret of fhepntient.
uiiiury ininnus.iiMding it inconvenient fo make
apjimpnated accoidtnglv, and heciirodat hon'ie.
cinctures of llieureiha. wiknessand cortstitutional de
bditr, promptlrcureil. and full vimir rnsforml. All L.ii
. . - - a -,11 -
, Arftnuttsrtsorif 35eonu In a letter, post paid.ad-drcs-sed
(o Dr. Kinkeiin. Phila.lclphia, will secure his book
on tbe Secret Infirmities of Youth. septl wlv '
TO THE PITBLIC KAI WAY & CO., THE
Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of the iustlv
..t..l..l T i T 11 . ir .1....- .1 , r
wicmaicu 11. 11. jMiuieuies, were mu ursfc 10 discover a
Remedy posscsin;rthe MarveliHis auJMirracnluua notver
of stopping the iqoit Eifcruelatitig Painiin an ins'alit, al
l;n.. A. ...... .Ki n . , . u.. . .... . :.i 1 ,
P . "sfc viui, 1114 wijiiijiiir iiier internal or cx
nal. in a few minutes, and auotbinrr the most serem
Paroxysms of Rheumatism. Neuralria. and Tic Dolnreuv.
as soon as applied. The R. R. R. Remedies com.itof
three Remedies, each poisosU'3 fjiuck and wundetful pow
ers overcertaln coifipfaints and diseases and will instantly
Khl.lh h the Human System from pain.
REGULATE each Organ to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away ull Diseased Depohitcs.
RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors.
REBUILD the Weak and Broken Down Constitution,
RESTORE to Health. Strenirth and Vimrall unsound
and worn out parts.
R. R. R NO. 1. Radwav's Rja.lv Relief, for all Acuta
Complaints, Internal fir EternaL The moment it is ap
plied, externally, pr taken into, tbe system, it will slop tbe
most excruciating pain and quick.!y remove its canse.
RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in
Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. lUdway'i Ready
Relief relieved him from pain in fitleen minutes, enabled
him to walk tyo miles without the aid of stick or crutch in
three days, and cured bira entirely in oue week.
Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful as tlie
above, have been cured by R. R. Belief.
CHOLERA MORBUS. Radway's Ready Relief will re
lieve the sufferer from all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes.'
It will euro the most depserute cases in afew hours.
NEURALGIA The moment li. R. Relief is applied if
allavs the most painful paroxvsms. It will always cure.
SlCK HEADACHE It will relieve thomost distre-sing
pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed
AGUE. In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Relie
will stop the Chills aud break the Fever.
Aches of all kinds. Pains of all kinds. Bruises. Bums.
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, lameness. Oue up-
plication ol Had way a Beady Belief wil., in a few momenta,
entirely stpp Hip pain.
It reduces swellings, deals sores, cuts i.nil wounds, re
moves bruises, allavs the most violent irritations. For all
pains use R. IL Relief. Look for the signature of Rodway
t to. oucacli bouie.
R. R. R. NO. 2 Railway's Renovating Resolvent.
Resolves, Renovates, Rebuilds. It cures
Bleeding of the Lungs,
St. Vitus' Dance.
Bronchitis, Fever Sores;
The above eighteen complaints R. R, Resolvent will posi
11 renovaies tne system completely, nesoivinguwayirom
the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free
ing the Blood and Fluids of Life from all corrupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength, to every
Organ and Member of the bodr.
LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY.
Hon. J. J. Middleton, ofWaccamaw, S. C, writes ru
under date of .May, 2d, 1S53, tliat Radwav's Renovating Re
solvent cured ono of his negroes, ou bis plantation at Bean
fort, of a Scrofulous complaint, of many years' standing.
Tlie poor fellow was a disgusting object of pity; he was a
moving mass of sores. The otber nf gmcs could not remain
iu the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon
the plantation. To tlie iicoplc of S. C. Mr. Middleton is
well known, and to the i-olitical world Mr. Middleton is 110
SCROFULA. When the patient lias been afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptoms will appear on the
TlllllU l'A alter using tuii. liesolvenu
Tenth day, '
1 liirtielh dav.
We have had exsea where old men of sixty years, who
have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rail
way's Renovating Resolvent. R, R. Remedies exhibit their
etlicacyimmediaiely. They do not keep the afflicted pain
stricken suderer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating., restoring, iu
buildiug, and regulating Hie diseased lusty, to health and
Mr. XV. li. Oliver, of Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga, under date
of May C0.1S53, writes "that a serraut girl who was so re
duced tliat no one would give a tbrip for her life," She was
so covered with sores Cat there was not a spot of pure flesh
of the size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured by Radway's Renovating Resolvent
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Weslford,
Mass , has been covered w ith sores for nineteen years, and
cured by R. R. Resolvent
SALT RHEUM. Tbe most obsfinale cases orSaltRheum
trill quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
One gentleman who supposed that this complaint was he
reditary in his family, and had been atllcled with Salt
Rheum since bis birth, was cured by-the use of a few bottles
of the renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum en
tirely eradicated iromnissvstcm.
IT REGENERATES every organ and member oflhe
body; il makes sound, boiltby and stongall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
WEAKNESS, in Male fir Female, is qnickly cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made stronr. vtirorous and
healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions hi men, or
diseases of cither one or more of tlie generative organs, are
quickly removed, ana we ixxiy restored to a healthy and
LOW SPIRITS' NERVOUSNESS. Tn women, the nu
merous contplainls and ailments which cast such gloom
over their spirits, a few doses of the Renovating Resolvent
will quickly remove, and the roost nervous, Gloomy and de
depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy.
Persons wishing this remedy will jilease ask for Radway's
Renovating- Resolveht Its price is one dollar per bottle.
.o smau oolites, nor is tne genuine ever sold for less, fcacn
bottle bears the fac simile signature of
RADWAY A CO., 162 Fulfon st N.Y.
R. R. R for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennnessce.
MANDFIELUS A CO, Memphis.
HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON, ,
novl 4m Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
"TATE will pay the highest rice in Cash or Groceries for
T T an Kinds oi I'rouuce-
MORRIS A STR.m0Ni
-in.niaiaiipncaiion. can, uy staling their case explicitly, lo
gether with al their syiiiptouis, ()er letteriswt-jIniL) have
lonYardiid fo thoni a cha,t conh.ltina- I)r 'k-.V...li;,.;,,
and family dwelbng in the basement and pait C "ti
n,atoaiTOo,C5UierrfstrecV: , "'"S
T KSIR AHI.E iii'fr.nixr: iott'oi, .. . t t.
-L--O1T the Franklin Pike, between the 0 jS
. - v..iuicujiriiig. Aia earn- applications V
oct R. W. L'ROU'.V, Gcrl Ag't,
ito. ixunerry su
S VMisnlt 1 -iV "viu nana, yj years oW, and Chid
0- iwiumc leaiiesce.
octS - R.W. BROWN,
yp.l Clierrr .
TTOlTSliS AND LOiv i.vti, .v u 1 "
AJL Brick House will. .7. S " " "
the Franklin 1st K"t?0. on
folk. ' -r""'K "'ereaacncetirUea.Woud
3 .T7 nea'RrTck IHouse with 4 rooms. v.
100 Cfcwiy sl.t, Ixtow the Verandah. " S 4e
A fO, a vacant. 11 fronting Jo feet on th nnrlh .;.t.
Bnodstreet ninnimr back nn r-, iiV-V A1" au,e 01
AIO, a vurant Iit near the N. A O. lC R, f.nni
mgHO leot on the Penilentiary Pike; ruBhing-ck '
ALSO, eight beaub'M ImiMing Jjtfa in West Nashville,
Nos. 82. 5l, llii. 104, 174. and ITS.
1 . v"8- '""vos UrSe patent com crushers. JIake
" v -l'l1""""" a. uuicc iu. uo vncrry street.
lr If- 'Y. BROWN,
nov9-lf Real f-atala Agent.
HANCEKYSAIaE IN Pl'KslfANCE OF
V an onier, mane in Hie causo or II. V. Iieinnmnt
minLstrator, vs. James Irwin, ctalsL, nt the October Term.
IS13. ofthe Chanrrv Cimrlnt Plurl.wiu 1 ...:n ...11 .1. "
highest bidder at ihn f!nnrl linnet in v.'i.i..:it .. u..,..
day, the Mth daynf November next, all oftbo IfuIEslale in
Hie pI-aihngHuteiilioned. which ci.nsisU of sundn- very eli
gible buildingand business I.n on Market street and the
.Mlirlrefslxiri.UL'-ll Pike, in Smith Kml.rilL. . !.. r-.,.:.i.
will U-exbibiled on Die dav .d-sale. 1 """"
The above property will Iiesluiwn br 'Mr. Jam Inr!
any person wlio desires to examine it.
Terms of Hale -Oqo Hhil Twr. vears credit, nofe
payalileat thp PLvitrs' Bank at, Nasliville, withaimhived
..1..: 1 tzt .1. . ...
J The iiibscnlier offeR, nirasL. I..- foul tialy- Oil.,
aieu aixHita miles Inun Na-diville. on lh MnrtV..
boro Turnpike. 1 1 consists of about CO acres, one-half iu a
Inch stale of colli viil win il,..l..l....,,. n.. 1. .1
f Jl. . . wwiiy niaiqiiiiiii, lunx- IICTIT
lading Spiings; an extensive OrchariUaii.taiuinga great va
riety of choice fruitdrcsMj with commodious dwellingand is.t
House. A nirthcriirscriptionU uunecessarv, as tlkise de
sirous to pdrelm-s- con call and examine for ihemselves.
Terms Oue-lhml casli ami m nn..tit nrn.....i ..... -
. . , - - -iiHuui ivtwm 1.11 hhj)
on the balance. If pot sohlpriratelv boforelh., ljilimr
the premiss will beoOered al taihl IC fi!lll.!lt llm fi-ufrf.liiui.
on that dar. roiva If S T i tmu
QYSTlj'HS, SARDINES, AC.-lOO ICEGS
hpuoil Oysters; lo cases Sardines; 20 cases aSMirled
i'lCClesrlO doz. lmli lVnfle-i tn. nwii .r r. 1 .1 .
. - .... . .ni . 1 ia uuu 11 -I i-nic
hS novlS EDWARDS HARUK. -
STAK CANTLE.S.-50 llOXES'ANI) "Jo HALF
boxes htar Candles, jnst received per Hartsville. and
for sale by mwI2 DaVISASWANN.
TU&T received er Cumberland,
(J 40 bbls old MonoiigaheU U'hisiy;
25 " old Rye, 5 years old;
23 " eight pipes Signetta;
In stora and lor sale, low for cash.
'c'"- DAVIS & SWAVN,
EXTItA F.UIII.Y PI.OUK.
)f)Q liUU Extra Family Flour in store and for sale
CARPETINGS, MATTINGS, RUGS. Ac,
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.
HAVE now io store, a large stock of Threc-plv sup. Ia
grain and Wool figured Cuqietings Cotton Druggette
Adelode Mats, Tuftie Rngs, fancy und whito checked Mat
ting of all kinds, and will be leceiving regularly from the
mamifactures all new styles, which they will sell by the
piece-only at very low prices.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
augSO b Nos.70 and 71. PublicSquare.
DE.R0GERS LIVES WORTH AND TAR
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Cough. Oidt, Jnjintnza, Atthma, fironchitit, tpilling rj
Uluod, and all othtr Lung QmpUiinl tending to
TES G2EAT COUGH REMEDYl
EEADER1 ltave you a Cough, which you are neglecting,
under the idea tliat it is only a common cold, thai it
will 6oon "wear itself outl" I-etu friend tell vou, in all kind
ness, what will soon bo tho probable result"
In a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself; you
will bogin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across
tlio chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and when vou raise
anything- it will be a thick and vellowiah, or white frothy
nutter, streaked, jierhaps, with blood. If you still take na
medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and vou'
will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats ,Cofi
ous Expectoratiou, and then Great Prostration. If you sti!!,
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see you coiuslm
ed lathe, grave. lea ring your friends toinourn how rapidly
C0NSUMIT10N did its work, and hurried you away.-"-Friend!
have you no cause 16 te alarmed? In the above
sketch you may see as in a glass, bow every case of Con
sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions w lio.n this -great
Destroyer luu gathered to tbe tumb, 'every sicgle case
began with a Coldl If this had been attended to, all might
have been well bnt, betogneglcctcd, under tbe Cital delation
thatit would ''wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
to the substance, of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercle". Another, and another cold added fuel to the
name, uutd these tubercles began to sullen .and Juppurate
eaving, by tlieir ulceration, great cavities in the Luogs. At
his crisis, the disease is very dillicutt of cure, and bftentimo
seta atdefiance. all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes
arrest the disease, or check ifs progress, and will alwavs
make tbe jaitieut more cmnforla'ile, and prolong his life, aid
ia therefore worthy of a trial; but iu its incipient or forming
periods, Consumption is as curable as any other discase.anil
"Dr. Rogers' 5Svrnp of Liverw ruth.-Tat", and Csiichalagua.''
if Lit en at this time, will cure it Zf AS jSUKELY AS IT
Ir, TAKI-s liT-J inw is strong language, but wecan refer
yon to numbeilesa living witnesses hi prove thatit is TRUEf
And tlierefore, we earnestly exhort even' man, woman, and
child, who has n Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icino by you in the liotise; and wlntnever you take Cold, do
not "let It alone" to work mischief in your xvstc-m, but eradi
cate it thoroughly, at once, hy this po er, ifilly healiugcoih
ponnd and leave your Lungs uninjured, to conyyou in full
vigor to a good old age 1
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and MJbject to Croup? Remember! There never was
case of Croup, nfiich did not originate Tn a Cold! 'And
wlicn your eluhj goes fo lieil wneezipg and .coughing, you
know not that, U-fore morning, Croiip may not set iu, and
ere you can get a Phvsician, vniirdearchilil may lie hertmd
the reach ot Iielp. We IhsccIiiii theit-tore. 11, you value
the litcsof four children, keen tins nieilieinehv von in tlii
house, and when your lilllc lines hike cold and omimeniif
coughing, give ithitlieiiiatonce,aud rest not until the oiigh
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after tlie
most cxtendeil experience, that if this advice were followed
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
forth cold wroild becuml, lieforc it could arrive at this ag
gravated aud fatal stage. Let every Mother, ncially, heed
well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing over the early blight-of sOine rlierished litiw'soni; have
occasioa bitlcrly 'U) reproach herself tor hcncriminal neglect
It is an old nda'e, thai "lobe fnrwnritcd, Utbe forcaruieiL"
Parents! ao lot it bu iii vour-case.
Be sure to ask fur Dr. A Rogers' Si moot LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCHALAG, UA, and let no i-ther be paluied on'
you. SCOVII.& MEAD,
111 C liarlrc-4 Street, New Orleans,
Wholesale General Agents for the Smlberu Stales, fo whom
all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed.
. ' Atmxta, Jniy 15, 1353.
KANAWAYTnimtliCMibscriber on thenrghtofpv
tbc 3rd inst, his negro boy AMOS. He is about
20 years of age, 5 feet U or 10 1 nches high and weighs fV
about 150 pounds. Ho is a bright mulatto, hsi 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 wxs purcluvsed tor Capt James
Bonds of Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lurking-iu
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt bis escape lo a
freer State. He rode oil' a sorrel horse tea ortwelve years
old, which has a fear on both shoulders caused by warfs,
and is shod behind, is quick iif gaits and stqis short, holds
a fine bead, is sunk very much above the eyes and inclines
to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY COLLARS
will be given for tlio apprehension of tbe boy and liorse;
Hie boy to bo lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses
for keeping tho horse will also be paid.
Newlerrv,S.C.JuIy, W.G. NEEL.
sept4 if "
TU0UAS IIODCC XELSOS WAIJCM.
. -HODGE ,V WALKEU.
Barbers, HairrDKSsers, At, Ac., .
Jd. 13, Cedar trett.
HAVE opened tlieir new establishment, and offer tolheir
-customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered' in this city. Having newly fitted up our
bouse, we feel confident tliat all who give" us -a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition toBarberiag, Hair-Dress-inir.
Ac we have large, commodious and neatlr furnished
Bath-Boom. These aie the Rncst in the city, and ftstc-
cuuicuicum Anu wimu i, Kiuuuh ik; surpasseu in tne coun
try. While pasi-ing, geiillemeu and patrons, jost step in
and see with what magic we "make tbe Tuair fly," and what
a, salutary effect cur pure water has upon a wearied and
calle body. angt If
JTOIt.SAT.lj OU KENT. A new Frame House jat
. -completed with seven rooms, well plastered' and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, in Bines'! additional
Nashville. Tbe said bouse is about four hundred yards
from the Female- -Academy, and will be sold on reasonable"
terms. e -
Tor further particulars enquire of B, L. Crenshaw, r
auglS c - W.D: ROBERTSON; MLemcro at.
KaWMlI irv fin. ,1 If.... am
Pf Vi- THOS. J. ML'.NKOUDr
ia.t2. td Clerk and Master.
ot'NTKY Ki'sifinVr-iT iviu a i u r-
IRliI2&C0? " '""onoa lri Medicine.
"aalta.KestorBd.and Lite lengthened. or .
DK. MOKSE'.i 1SVIUOKAT1SG HLIXIir ow n.-.cn...
Jl?r.?J,latJ'!i''!?1 -rlooca lew been ran-aetlna- th.
h.,uu , ,h ,7 , '"IWcmW a,el( orm.thm taa.
r piosintioa whi Jri r. , laB,-ralrD"s orreoicqaaat
I L"':,!??.',1.,,'"'al't. tunica, and rtcoitV; h..i
veubleIpT,"uio i"t!.hlns h" a'roand. Iu
Aral? a lh8 Sionr r?; ' brStUt f,0,a torilo deaort ot
societies r the vu Wortd Z?VL ?!ilaX "Seattaa
phy.rd,b;chemut,ai.d atn'rt.T. ,dittSU,eJ M
couceatrat! ,0 c.iTiati wTu ollJ? .U.Sa'u"?
.xiraeta.are now prodaclue reVulta heretofort!dl?aV
fu Ihrs 1 oranytheaBl ry! At rat tbo rtiLnSf
ted toProf. AIOfWK'S I.NVlGOKATINO SuxUUJK CoSl
DIAL were deemed fabolous. The pobtle otohd
could, nolbelieve theimjdo and sublime truth, aonrniaeod
by tho discoverer. But facts, undeniable Ikcu alteatedbr
wltnj.Me.of Ue blgUe.1 ctaaa and rharacter, areloVtX
aiataWe ' ra m" toaony which Is perfectly Irro
The Kuxia rVmedlos, In all cases,, the deplorable evBs
make up tr.o wonderrul machine called man. It restores to
1.117.; '7 ,8lu,'fmctionc.nttectedwlih that nut
Uen!"V,nJ,u'vor,,,1',lerd '"""1. McessarVto
5CLn. '0' c,o!cdnSthat'eneiWMeb I.
in!r f n . P'rr enjoymsal of all laa aaturat aVrveT
"u-tf MnH? 'Kker uieaul atirlbutej Iu .Tut
tiZ. , n"eoiia"l to either set or to aa ajrtr. TbetZ
aeommau, ,n7rrr MParal7ialtwlll provo
theirc.mltulh.a.:i:.-rs.r'I.rB.0l,i""." 'fWt wllla
reach of medicliH.. uSSTi? TX
and will not .in lyre move the U!s.r.Iecitir,l,i.V '
- Kebnild thollrok.u Coustitmlon.
ThaeraiiRe,oeiiUDf the.yatem, leading to aervoaa dla
eates.andtiiur.irw ufuerroua diu... n.Ti " "
oua thalTt wour.tre.iui k iiM. ... " 'mer-
die-rr.Mch thl,prrarallonU a speeltte. A tow, 6nw
S'l!',-1', W '""ratoJ, tri; neuraljla, tic doUreaul
hA IT,'!?:.t " .nrsteria, palpi.jao,,
beart.arloal aoVctloua. oupacaUr debaity, tremora. IIiib.
leace. a nrickln? sensation In th fl.h .Tiv-- . fl
f Ihc. Ilrer, mental depression, weakness of lha wrllU fadlal
jHHiitlon tomi.re, faiutoe.s after exercise, bro.en sleep and
t.irr.f,lnr divains.li.ilillii, 1., r.,,,in 1,1 , tl.-
tollfZ't"."? t I"""! "vgaas.aexu.1 iDcoSpe
atomacll.foiaala iregulariUes, a chranle Undencvt ial
carrage. emaciation, amr .11 eomplainu growlnc out of a
free IMlulreura of th n..inn. ....( .11 k ""u .
mHcim. 1'r"ceJ Uom O'"11 rau" beyond the reach or
Whenever the organs to b acted upou are Tree from raal.
formatidit or strictural dNeaaes II Is averred that
will replace weatnoM with trengta.lacapacily with eBclra
ey, Irregularity with ua.forui and natural activllv. aud this
noionl, withnat haiiid at reaction, but with a tir-trf rBfert
on the. general orgaultalion. r r- Ber lu mini taal all
malaJlej, wherever tney begin, finish with tho nervous aT
tem.and that the DlratiziUou uf th nr. nt ' .
aeu-ailon Is phykUal df.ath. Bear In mlud a!-., that tor evo.
:?.. m orvouidia-we(Uia KtUtr Cordial U the oalr re
liable preparation known.
Cure of Nerrons Diseases.
No language ca h cuveah aJeqoate Idea or the imraedl
ateaudalmoatiulraculou, ehaui which it occaatonaio lha
diieaawl, debilitated and .battered nervous ayalom; whether
l1rfllAB1l.ll.ll k.aa. . . 1. I . . - . ' . 1
... . . - . .jiuianuw w paired by alek.
ne.a,lUe unstrung aod reUxed orraulration Is atonee braced
re.vlTiUodaii.l bultvup. The m.util ,d phjaleal lyratnaS
Ulhfteirevt tomrmrarr. oil the contrary, therellei u permal
ueut, for the cordial properties of Ue medicine reach th
eonjutulloiiiueir, androatore It to lu norma coudUon
Vt ell may th preparaUon be- called tlie ,
or the nineteenth century. It Is, as theflratsefentlnc man lu
the world would hjva admitted, that miracle oCmcjiclM
heretofore supposed to hare no distance.
A Stimnlnnt that Entnils No He-Action.
Its force Is neverexpanded, aa is tb.caie with onlum alco
liolic preparations, and all othe exeilanta. Th tSeet. at
these' a brier, and It inaywelt belaid orhira who take. ihm
'llie last Hate or thai nan ts worse than the fJraU' ButthJ
Elixir Is an exhllerantwithoutaslniledrawback safe tnlts
ope ratios, perpetual In lta happy lofiaence niioa U.Mrves
llienilnd.and the nnllre organization; It williMreaorel87
iireadons, excitement, a tendeccy to blaah. aleepleiiaess.
dhdite ol society, Incapacity iorala4y or builnoa.
toss of Memory,
Confuiton, gjdlueas,ruih or blood tolhehead.roeiincaorr
me Dial Uebjlity, lijatvrta, wretchedno.a. thoajht, of wlfdeJ
atructlon.fcar of Insanity, hypuehondriaila.dyanewla reae
rat prMtritIorjlrrit.Mmy,iiervoniess, Inabtniy lo ,!,,"
diseaaea Incident to hmales.decay ofthe propogauaeroocl
4loii. hpterla,im'aomanIa,ragu UrrorsiardtttroiTorUio
heart, lmpouncj, conatlpalloa, te etc., from -whatever
cause ariaiuglt la. inhere ia any reliance 10 be rdaced OE hu
laaulestimoiiy.absoluUlyUrallible. A Creat Medicine for Females,
The unparalleled eOeeta oCLthls ereat re,toratlr In all
complaints incident to females, mark a new era In tho ae
nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulant, hare been In--vente-d
tHousanda'orinTtgoraatacoacocted' all punsirtlne
tobo aiiecl3e4to the various dlwatet and derancemaiiU t
which tBedellcato formation of womah render her liable.
Tae result haa lierelolore been unlforuj. Tbmi DOillnmi
have Indeed Imparted a momentary vividly loth nervous
aystenuatranslrntaiKi deln-nvn ylgnt to ih moKl bat
this flish of relief hi, been succeeded by a depreasion aiul
-pMftntion-greaterUian befjre.and the end ha a too often
been utterly to pa ralj xe the recuperative power or U nerve
aud the vltalorjranliatlou.and Anally lo destroy Iho nnaanrv
latlent. liutln "J
Morse's Invigorating Eluir.
ts presented a a phenomena luth materia medics hitherto
unhear4 of a atlmulaDt without a reaction.
The herb which forms Its main ingredient, baa been ad
milted by alUhegreat medics! and pharmacratleal liurlla
tiona or Europe to be lo tills respect tul generia. Dr. .Morse
whole name la an undisputed authority In sclrnrer, discov
ered the production in. Arabia, where his atteatlnn was ascl
ted by the wooderfally InrlffontlegeBecL, It or iduced upen
the satires. In tact the wonderful powpr of endurance, tic
cxhauitles, vlgAr oxhlbIle.t by the Arab, or both aexrs, la
their desert pilgrimages, la attributable to tho aw of tkla vi
An appeal II made lo
Every AVouum of Sense,
whosnAersfroo. weatne,,, derangement, nervooiness, tre
mors, palos In lha bark, or any other dlorderrwbeUer pecu
liar lo her er, or common In bplh sexes to rive the luvleo
ratluR Cordial atrial. a '
or others', will Und thla cordial anerthuy have used abotll
or twp.aihorousti rar"rwrtor oCiha system, litalldtrae
tlora are l be n.uud llie happy parents or healthy oftsnrisr.
whowouldnlithavo Wenao,butforthisextraniinary vrep
aration. And it is equally poient for the many diseases for
which it ia' recommended. Thon.anil, of younr nitn have
been icstorrdliyuauglt,and uollaa aIo;;I lujlAaeohaa It
l'ersonsof I'nle Completion,
or consuuiplivfl habits, are- reptored by the use of aibottijor
tot. bloom and visnrchairsim; the akin frora apale.Tvl
To tint Jtliginded,
These are some ortfte aad ami melancholy effect, produced
by early habit, or youth, viz. wraknras of the back and
limbs, pains in the head,.lininess of si-lit, loas of routcaiar
iiower, palpllatinu of the heart, dt spepaia, oervona Irrltabll
it), derangement of the digestive funcUous.reneral .Ubilitr.
Meutally.ttHfuarfiiletrecls on tho mln.t are much to b
dreaded. Loss of memory, cnnresloi, orideas, depression of
aplnU.evll fore-Udliig, aversion to society, aiir distrntt,
bu eofaoliludo. timidity, Ac, are lomuorthee, IU iirodnced
All thus atnicteil
llefore Conlcniplnling Mnrringc.
abnuht rrllert that a sonmt mind ami body are the most nee
easary' re'tuUlie to promote connubial happincas; lodead,
willntiit these, tho Journey through life becomes a weary ptj
grimsge.theprospect boarlydartena the via w; the rolmlb
cninesanauoMeu w itnuespair, aud tUIed with themebncbolT
rriWilnHihal tbe bappiwas ol another becomes bllrhU'd
with your own.
ArooJen'mWcJ with repect to the ctuw, and aourrea o!
discatestn tlieir a.iiisbd warda, llow ..fjen do iheyascrlbn
tn.ithHreauieanrwa.tlugorthu rraiue, liHocy, niadnras, pal
llitlcnof the.beart, liidigasticn. ilrraneeiuent ot the nr
tousiystem.roiixh and aymbloms Indicating consasption,
whmtlletrnibia, tbattbuy bave beea Imtulclnirtna parol'
dona tlioujti alluring practice, destructive- both to nslnj.
Pa. -MoRsa'a lsvioflRansu Ccanur. has beea coanter
felted by aamebnprtnelpled persnns.
Infuture all tbe genuine Cordial will have tba proprietors
far-aimllA-pattedover the cerkof each bottle, and tho lol
lowhigworda blown Intheclaaa
"UK. MORSE'S INVIOORATISG COHDIAL,
. -. 0. U. UIXO. PROPKIKTOttNA."
Tr The Cordial la put up hlzlilj concentrated, in pint
Paicx, S3 00 per bottle; two tor 95 Cfealx atrSU 00.
C. IL KIXO, PROPKHfTOK,
192 H roadway, SMrTork.
PolJ by DraggWts throughnst tin, luiud Kiatei. Canada
and Weil tndlea and alaa by TV.f.fJISAY, aocretsnr lo
Cartw rljht & Arm Jtron, corp cr of Market and Crotd itrats,
Sajhrllle'.Tenucve. locttC d w&tCm
, W. r. OKAY, SOPH AGEST,
JTAKBEnANIJ ir vm DRESSEn,
No. 22 Cedak Srarar.
WOULD respectfully inform all who have any twei
for Ibc services of a Barber, that be has at this time
in his employ av number of tho best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears In
aslivilfe. His shop is Btteil up neatly, and gentlemen may
always confklentlr rely upon prompt attention and coml.--table
sharing. He hopes to continue to receive a libra al
ahare of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows how .to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXflOST, 2VEAI: SllOAD ii SHEET.
THE Subscriber reatiectfullr returns his
inanxsio llie mimic lor past tavnrs, and so
licits a continuance of patronage in tbe above'
'line, also at
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MAN UFA CTtTRlNO.
Together with everr description of Mtal;Turniogs Metal
ic Packings. RalTn't Metal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Ocoerafors, Ale Pump, and Pnmp of eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper ana brass.
jimeaa-ly. R- COLH.
-ct V. MYERS. respectfuEv informs
r- 1 K. .ill. 11 a vf-Vnfthvilu. iin.l tlM. ntih.C
lie gent, rally, that be still continues the abovei
business on ciierxy street, between thenar anu
Linestrcefs, below; the. Theatre, where he us. prepared to
build Conches and Carriages of all kinds to order
Ha will keep eonstanllr orr hand an assortment of Ilns
giesjI5arouchBs,Pha!tons, etc., which he will offer
for sale low for cash. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a calL .,
l-(iairing in all branches done at tbe. shortest notice and
in the neatest manner. ang23 8m.