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WASHY ILL E- UNION AND AM ER I CAN.
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' ' DEE COMPAW,
Of Uaiardville, Connecticut.
a, o.' iuxakd, yitEs'r. a. e. pocolass, gee'r.
ri.ONTINUElo furnish Gun Powder of all their well-J
J known brands, heutixiit Jtiijtt, American djiomny
' jndlinHigt m kegs, half and' quarter tegs and cannistera
- of 'one 'pound seh. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
J BLASTLNG AND MINING
purposes. The repulationof their Gun Powder is. too "wcu
,,knotvn to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
my Povd4r Dfpot, North-east corner of the Square.
. S. n. LOOMIS, Ag"t for tlie U. V, Co,
100 bass lis
. J& STQRE AXD FOR SAtE
" -N0RTU EAST CORXF-R SQUARE,
- oct4 tf Asnvn.ut, 1'kss.
' . Tciaiaessee Powder.
P01lVIER Tennessee "Rifle, in' quarter, lralf and
whole Ueji;i Tennessee Blasting, in fceg,and barreii.
,,A f"U supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in the market, anvavs on band and for
salaby jiuylS CHEATHAM, WATSON & CO.
AFET Y FUSE. .WO.Otw feet genuine Safety Kuse
bv theoricinal manufacturers, for sale bv
CHEATHAM. WATSON" k CO,
at W. H.flOHuos & Co.'., Public Square.
(i:OU('E XV. COOK,
ATTOSKEY AT LA W AKD I.A5D AGENT.
! ' AVoco ViSlusc, TexaA.
"TTyrLE attend to the collect ion ot debts, and the Investi
' V 'gitioa and perfecting of land title ia Texas;
Hon. O W. O. Tottov, Uon-NiTaAjJ Gessx,
R. G. jriCixEV, " R.Ii.RtDr,
" R. L. Cnrrnci3, ' Avs Cabuthem,
'Jon-c I.. .Reikv; Governor Wo. ii. CutrBttL.
"MAS KNOW -THYSELF."
'An lnvahiaibh. JJook or 2. cents. "Every Family
should hare a Copt."
rpWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold inles, jn&W)
and imrirnved. jut issued CW
Or. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL
AND IIAND JJ00K for the AITLICTED containing an
(utlineot the origin, progress, treatment and cureof every
form (X disease, contracted by promiscuous fceiual inter
courve, bv self abue or bv rtualercc3S, with advice for
' their prevention, written In a familiir style, avoiding nil
medicnl techuicalities, and cvervthing that would offend tlie
tar of deccnev, from the result of .some twenty years miccess
f ul practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases ofa
delicate or private nature.
To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis
eases, pud a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever and Ague.
Tusnvoxr op mz Pnor. or OasTmucs jx Vess. Col
ieqe, PnuDtrtnjv-l)R. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN
UAL. Tlie author of this work unlike th majority of those
works wlKiadrertiseto cure the diseases of which it treats,
is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United
States.' Il affords me pleasure to recommend him to the
unfortuna'e, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful
ui J experienced nractiliouiir, in hose honor and integrity
they may pUce the srette-t confidence.
J JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D.
Tko A. Woodward, 51. D,. or Pens. CifivtRsriT, Pmt..
adelthia. It pvesnie pleasure to add niy testimony to
lheproteionaliibil'ty of the Author of Die "Medicsl Man
uaL N umerotw cae of DUea-s of the Genital Organs,
tome of them of Inijj standing, hava come under my no
tice, in which his skill has been inanilest in restoring toper
feet health, in some instances whore the patient has been
considered Leyoad Jioal aid. In the treatment of Semi
nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functious,produeisl
bv self abus or excess of venery. I do not know h;s supe
Jbr in til? prortMio-i. I have been acquainted with tlie
Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice
to him, us well as a kindiMS to the unfortunate victim o!
early indiscretion, to recommend him an one, in whoe pro
tesMonal skill and integritv, thev mav safelv confide them-
selves. AJ.r. uuun a.hd, ji. u.
. . .., . . .- .i . i .1
s 1 Ills is. WllUOUl rxrenuon, e uhww cuiuminiciiitiuu
frrtelligiblc work : pafilatil I oo the eU of ases uliich
ittreais. Avoiding all technical tcrrns. it addresses "self i
to the reosoTiofilff readers. Itis free from all objectioaa
bla matter, an.rno parent, however fastidious, e ,
to tilacuirr it in the hands cf his sons
iuo auiuoruas oe- i
voted maiiv vcarstothe treatment of the various complaints
treated of, ami nvith too little breath to puff, and 'too lit
tle presumption to impose,' lie lux offered to the world at
the merely nominal price of o cents, the fruits of gome
twenty ye'sra most succes-iul practice" HeraU.
ao ieacnr'r jiareui suouia oe wiuioui uie tuowieugw
imnarted in this invaluable wort It wouldsave veais of
pain, mortifioatiou oud sorrow to the youth under their ,
.eharce." 1'eopU'i Adi-vcui.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, iu writing cf "Hun
ter's Medical Manual,' fcayn: 'Thousands upon thousand
cf our youth, by evil example and influence of the irassioii',
have been led into the habit cf Kdf-nollulion wiibut realiz
ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves aad
pnslentr. The constitutions of thousands tvlio aie raising j which it is recommended. 1 houssnds or young men have
families have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and thev j been lesipied by uclrgit,and ootin.aingiet lnjtanrn tun it
A,miVni, tlir uwnr ILK enre. Anvthinrr that can be ! &Hed to bonefl, them. ' ,.
done so to enlighten and influence the 'public mind as to I
check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source f ;
human wretshcdnei-, would confer the greatest blch-jng j
next to the religion of Jems Christ, on the pre-ent and
comin" generations. Intemperance (or tho use of intoxi
eifiiigdrinks,1 though it has slain thousands upon tbou-
auds, n nvt a gteuter sieoiirgo iu tne uumau race, rfccrpi
vnylbanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, vourco-woikeiiu
the good work you are wi actively engaged in."
one copv, i securely cnvcnpeu,j iu uon. n m um, im u (
utaactdany part of the Uuited States for So cents, or 0
nnstaiie. to anv rmrt
forl. Addri3 ( iiost raid.)
1 COSDEN A CO.,
I'ublishets, Dox 196, PhiUda.
Booksellers, Cnva-.ora and Bcok Agwihs supplied on
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UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of AzrA
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT E0ARDERS.
Th' long established and well-known House has under
"ccaoa thorough alteration throughout, and furnished wilh
iesr And foshioueble FURNITURE.
Tne TABLE wul always be supplied with the BEST tlie
market affords aud tho Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and tho regulations ofthehouv
generally, he will ba enabled to give entire satisfaction to
tboso that mav favor him with tbetr palronage
x-lvtrw JNOrV SPERAS
" DR. J. XV. GRAY.
OSes ia McCoraba' New Building, on Cherry Street
llftititn '"jdVrKi: kk2 Cnion.
decl4 lSm Rpuntvcg
STRAYED. -A DARK HAY 3IARE AROLT
eight v ears old, fifieea hands high, bvavy inane and
tail, on; hind foot white, supposed to bo wilh foil. Infor
mation of the animal will be liberally rewarded by calling
at Price's Livery st.il!c. NovlJ tr.
TTTALUAlILi: DWELLING HOUSE FOR
V SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence
rSpriug or Church Street, w ith the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
It. C. FOSTER, Sd.
Or In my absence to O. M. EOOQ.
qr.e 17 tf.
V NTI-PTaTENT JlEOlCINE llblfSE'T-sVE
J respccfully beg leave to make known to ihepublio
thit wchsvo d'isi-ardel from our Drug Store all l'a ent
and Proprietory Medicines, and henceforth will not engage
hi the sale of t'nem. Our whole attention will be den ted
to the prepj-atioa and sale of Legitimate Medicines, wh.cli
we will warrant to 1 ot the purest qcalitr.
'Particular aMen-inn given to fdiing Rilla and Prescrip
tions. O.ir priww:!l Ik- found to be as low as the lowest,
as we are del.Tuinied not to be undcriithl by any in this
market. We keep no clerks in our eu'ploy bul Iho.-e ex
perienced in the Luinen.
In confirmation of the above facts, a1! are invited fo call
and far theniwdxes. SI RETCH A ORR.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, corner Collegs and
Union streets, Na'liville. iiov27
-r- HEl'MATIs.M. RIl:-:tJIA'i'l.sM CA.V
l, be cured, eillier ttifiammaiorv, i trine; or cl-.rnnic. No
matter what form of the disease, !v bad or how lone j
ftandiic hv the use ofthat celebrated Vegetable Internal
remedv!" Mortitaore' Rheumatic Commmnd mdilW
Puririer'" For sale by the ot.lv Agent, in Nashville,
,o ' "11 ti. SCftVKL
1?Olt RENT A HltlCK HOUSE ITU
; SEVEN ROOMS, KITCHEN, Ac.. No. U Vine tin',
between Church and Hrvad. Notes with the most apprcved
securitv required. Apply at office No. S, Cherry at.
- II. AV. RROVVN,
itei. Real Estate Agent.
MEHICAN SOAP. loO boxes American Cream
Soap, in bars; lt bb'.s American Laundry Soap, in
arianteti louoine work oi me launury, m
water, either soil, hard, or salt.
For s lie bv
W. H. GORDON A CO.
CHAMPAGNE. 1D( UASKCSIS CllAS.
Uudsick i Ca.'s Champagne, a direct importation,
und th best brand ever brought to this market Justre
eelred and forfait by
de UART A HOLLINGSWORTII.
DR. MORSE'S i - u .i
NVIOpRATISG CORDIAL, a Pbenqmenos tt MeMcJne.
j Fot eeB.urtes Modic-i !rienco Ui been nAVak'tJini "the
vegetable and mineral klngdcras.tn iearehioraoinethlng t;iat
i .P.M iee1?'0 -nt i wr.' wPJ'MJ?2:?!f E!??
. ana muscular systems, yuinout taenrawpacapi. sujwiurm.
ijt05tntlnn'. vhlrh ill imnnljnts- tnnirn'. and narcottes tad
Wctoforeentalted. TnarsdoieUilii hs4 beenifotintfl Wis
j: vegetable prodaetlon, bronglai from the, sterile dracrtj of
Arab alheSumr.'bj'lheceletiratea ProKjsjorM. Hqraell
.known at a JUangaisbed member or tbe leidiagstieaUflc
societies of the Old World. and eauslly dlsUneuisaodas a
' plijiicltn.acjjenilst.andatraveler. The Juices ofthljlierb,
concentrated and combined with other egetabl medicinal
extracts) are," cim producing remits heretofore unhqardr)or,
, In Uils or any other countrv. At Eret ihe j.ropert!cs attrwa
ted toProf.MOKSiJ'S IJTl'ldOKATtNG BblXlK OK'COK
4'OUli wore deemed fabulous. The public xnonjdecetved
vuuiu swfcueueire lao simple anu uui(ti uw vv
by the discoverer. "Bat facts, undouUOlo racn attested by
wltoeuesor the hlfhett clais- arid character, are now irt
cmphluff over -alL dnabw,, .lAUHKOUUT OVKR
THKOW.V.bj' a mass or 9sM'"0P'f xWcl) Is perfectly irrq
alstablti. ' ' J
The. Kluir, remedies, ia all cases, tba- deplorable .p.vRs
arlng from a, misuse orabaEO.or tbq various organs, uJvlch
Tcidre-up'tho wonderful ciacbino called man, H restore to
Hill vhjor every delicate rutictioiionnect4dwIUilhat mjs
ti i AjUiOoniDoiiiid.fli?tnfv or tnalter snil mind, ltecessan to
"ico-productoh of hntaofi lire. To p,r(ona of feeble fmis-
truiuiraMOi ordeOcientiu'vitut nnwar.-liu rbcommenflea
ni. the onlt .uthanR inr ommnh1iHtltii. ihitt nerfv which is
uecessarj to the prorKjr e,njo;isent of all thp naiural appe- ,
me?, a. -wviics iag iiigner inemni auriuu.es. its uciiiit;ioi
fict arqnotconHnedtoeiiheraexorto'.any age. Thefee
worn man ofbuslness, the victim of nortorts ddpression, the
JntUvldual suTetins from rsi'8 deblliiy or Trora the
weaknesotasi2glerRanvWlllBlflnd,lra,uiedlsite and per
manent relleffronitbo xito of thfsujconi parable, renovator,
Tothose whohavoa nrodlf poeiti6ntopara!jislt will prove
acoiaplete chdHnfalltnceafexuardalnst.taat terrible mal
ady. Therv are many, petbaps, wno have, so. trilled wilh
their constitutions, that tbev think themselves beyond the
reach of judlclne.. Lotootrveii fheii 'depir. ThoJillxtr
deals with disekaq as, iloxliU, without rufrenco to cauiet,
and will net only remove the dljbrder itself, bnl
Itibuild the Jlrokcii Constitution.
Tliedcrajisemeots'ol ilbosy.tem, leartluff to ncrvous.dIs
easea, and ttie forms of nervous dUcaeo ilseif,aroaouuijer
oua that it woul.l require a column tt enumerate the mala
dies for which thio prepatatiorr-is' a .pcclfiot A". fowl how
ever, may be enuuieruleflj viz: -neuralgia, tic dolereaux,
headache, liicipieut jiaraljsisV hysteria, palpititlon pr the
heartt splunl aiTsctfons, mucular debility, tremors, fStU
lenco, a pricking eemmlou lirtbu flesh, cntahnevii torpidity
of the (her, mental depression, akueei of the wlll,.indls
positlon to moVe, fa!Mneis Alter exercise, broten elcep.and
terrifying dreams, inability to remain loose plasrf or posi
tion, weakness oj tha procreative or?aiis, saxual incompe
tsacy'.niciancholy, mbnomsnia. fluor albuseiliUIng at tho
stomach, tomaU Irregalarltiet, chronic teiidehcyto rais
es rriago, emiciatlon r asd a!l'Cmpliuts gruwiog put of a
free indulgence of the" passion;, aijd. alt parrenness that
dcei'not prooeedfrom brjaoie can seibeybod' tlie Teach of
mertlcine. .. ,, , ;.
Whenever the o'rpms to be acted uponars free.frota mal
formation oratrictnral disease it ia averred that
Morse"'!! Iuvigo rating Elirir.
wfilreplnce wcakneji with strengthncapacltywith efficfen
cy, irregularity with' nniform a'nd.natural activity, and this
not only without hazard of ritucti jn,hut with a happy effect
on' the general organization. ll' Hear in 'mind ttist'all
malaijlet, waereverthay bpgln, flnlsh wilh the nerrriut sy.
tem, and that the parallzAliou uf the neryes of mplioa.aud
senatlen is phelcal death. Bear n mind also, that fur eve
ry kind of nervous disease the Ktlxlr Cordial islhe only re
liable preparation known.
Cure of Xerrous Diseases.
No language can eouvoyjsn adeqaato idea of the lmciedi-
,: 77vr, 7 j , i f1". ' i,vwtwiii i
dUoafea.oebllltated and abattcred hervous system, whether
uiuhruuuirii juxct:s3,v,-eaK:Dynamre. or impaireaoysicx
ness,the nostniugand relnxcdorganizaltonlsntoncebracci
TC-vivifled and boill up. 'flo mental and physical ..ymtoip
of nervous disease vaulsh together under Itsiiifiuehce No
isthe rffejt temoorarv: on the eoulrjtrv.the reliel Jj oernii.
nent, for the cordial properties of tho medicine reach the
constitution Itself, and restore it to its 'norma' "condition.
Well may the preparal'on be ealledtha
of the nineteenth century. Jt is, as ths Drstsciontlfiomanln
the world would have 'admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed to have no extstancer"' " '
A Slimulnnt that Entnils riio'Re-Action.
Itsforco is noverexpanded, asis the case with opium, alco
holic preparations, and all other ex'citams. The effect of
these is brief, and it may well be said o: Mm who takes ilicm,
'-The last stale of that man is worse than the first " li Jt the
Elixir is an exhilerant without aslnzle drawback safo in Its
operation, perpetualinitshappy Influence npoa tho nerves,
theiniud,aod the entire organization: It wlllatsoremovede-.
pressions, excitement, a tendency to blush, tleejilossociS,
dislike of society, incapacity lor etuJy or businoss.
Loss ofj Ucntory,"
Confaslon, giddiness, ruih ofblood to theiiead, melancholy,
mental debility, hysteria, wretehednes", thonghts of self ds
slruction,fcar of lnsauity,b)lcboadriasis,dysprpsia gene
ral I rostration, Irritability, nervousness, inabili y to eUep,
diseuscsincident tb females, decay ofthe propogitlng func
tions, h)stcria, monomania, vaguu" terrors, palpitation of tho
heart, iinpolency, consiluillon, etc., etc., from whatever
cru. arilngit is, if there is any reilasce lobe placed on hu
nwau testimony, absolutely Infallible.
A Great Medicine for rcntales,
The unparalleled t firsts of this great restorative, in all
romplaiuu incident to females, mark a new era In the an.
nals of tnejk-lne Thqosands of. stimulants have beon in
vented fmusan Is oflnvlgorants. concoct"! all purporting
tbo speciflel in the various diseases and derau,;oments to
which thedclicate fjraailon of woman render heritable
Th rosnlt has hetetotoro been uniform. These nostrums
naxotndeel inijurted a momentary vivacity to the nervous
sjsteru.airansicutr.nd delusive vigor to the muscles; bat
.uis c isn oi reiiei nil ueen aucceedoJ by a depression and
prostration greater than biifire, and the end lias too often
been utterly to paraltzet'verocar.v'ralive Power of thensrvea
andthtitalorganixalioa,and:na!!y to destroythe unaappv
patient. Hut In
is presented as aphennmenrvtntho maT.6na racdlcj hitherto t
unteari of a stimulant without a reacuoa.
nonpars of a afin
. - - : , , . i. . I
tlonaofburope tJ be In this respect aui generis. DJlorse, I
whosename la an uudisputed authority iu sciences, dicor- 1
ersd the production In Arabia, where his attention was end- '
teaoy tae wonuenniiy invigorating eneis u pr iduced upon r
i lUO natives, in UCltae tvooacrlul nowerof pndnranrji. th
runu3nsn rAiuujivu iuv Arau, oi oouiaexrs,in
1 thelrdesertpilgrimagej,isatlributaile lath's use of thlsvl-
I .An appeal ia made to
I Every Woman of Sense,
who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre-
mora, paiLStn the back, or apvulher disorder. whether:, ecn
liar io her sex, or common in both saxes to giye tho luvigo
ratirg Cordial a trial.
or ethers, will find this Cordial after they have u'ed abottlo
or two.a thorough rsgenerator of ;he system. ,ln,all direc
tors aro lobe louul the happy parents of healthy off.prlng,
who would not have been to, but for this oxtraordinary prep
aration. And it Is eouallv r.otetit fur IhA msnv dt..t fnr-
Persons of Pale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, aro restored by the use of abotlleor
Imoio bloom and vigor charging the skin from apale,vel
lorr, sickly color.to abejutlfil Il.irld complexion.
To the Misguided.
These are some of too aad and meiancaoly effects produced
by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back and
limbs, pains in tho head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart dyspepsia, uervousirritabii-
it;, derangement of the digestlro functions, gencraldeblnty,
I'WJ'?.'"1??. i" ,TX mDch,,ob
All thus aiSlcted
Ilefore Contemplating Marriage,
iihnnld reflect that a so Lin J mind and body are the most nee
ctsary requisites to prf-mote connubial happiness; indeed,
wilhouttbese, the journey through life becomes a weary pil
gri:cag,tho proi.ect hourly dirk ens tho v icvt; the mind be
enmesehadowed With dofpalr, and tilled Willi tho melancholy
reflection that the happi-ess ol another becomes blighted
Pnn'nts and Guardinn,
Arooaen misled with re.pect to the cajses-an
dleasof iu theiraonssnd wards. How nflcn do
tn other pan se of wastilif' of tfau fratiiH. Idtnr.r. tnnrtne... r.-l.
p tation of the heart, Indigestion, derangement of tho ntr
vousaysiem, cough and symptoms indicating cotisumptlon,
when the truth Is, thaltheybavo been indulging in a perni
cious though blluring practice, destructive both io icind
and body. ',
Da. Moan's Ixvioosatisu CoacuL has bcon counter
feited by some unprincipled persons.
In future all the genuine Cordial will hayothe proprietors
far-simile pasted over the ce'rkof each bottle, and tlie fol
lowlrg wordsblown lnthoglaos
"UK. MORSE'S INV1CORATISG CORDIAL, ,
H. RING, PROPRIKTOK, N.V."
T f The Cordial is put up highly concentrated, In-pint
Paicx 3 OOper bottle; two for 8 CO: six ror$12 00.
C. II. RlNfi, PROPRIETOR,
1K2 Broadway, Xew Vork.
Bold by Drufglsts throughout Uo United States, Canada
and West Indies and also by AV.t'.tJtlA V, successor to
Cartwrlchl Armstroug,coruerofilarkctand Broad treets,
Nashville, Tenneaseo. loct26 d w&tCm
IV. F. GRAY, SOLE AG EST,
.. . .1
I RARBF.R AND HAIR DRESSER,
j ' : ' 1 No. Ceovr SmEnr.
' "TTT0ULD respectful! v infoim all who linvo any me
' yV f0r the services of a Rather, that he has at this time
in his employ a number of the IwWand most experienced
operators iliat ever handled a inzor or a pair of shcits in
i Nashville. His shonis fitted unncatlv. and gentlemen may
al ays confidently rely 'rtpon'pronrpt atfentiotr hnd comfor
table shaving. He hopes o continue to receive a liberal
share ot enc.tir.igcrr.eut from an intelligent public that
knows how to d.scriminate .between "gilt .and gold, o'er
du3'.ed." , aug'17
EELL AND BRASS EOUHDRY.
aVV.Y'.'w", XEMi P.KOAD Sl'REET,
THE Sublet ilier rc.-ncclfullv returns his
ll.Hv.kf to li e public fur past favers, and to
j-iJ icit a caw ir.iuuire ot patronage in the nbot e
COPPr.K AMI fcllfcH 1KO.N ilALAJTUiilU.
s Tvgc:i-er j" b 'TO dwenrnmr. f Metal; Turnings Metal-. I
ic Packsfgs Dalbit Metal and Castings. ;
Soda Founts, GierAior-. Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve.
COPPER AND SHEFTIRON MANUFACTURING.
ry deScrJptiennMuiufaotuj'ed lo order, or repsii fd at thort
Cnshwill be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
june22 ly R. I'ULK.
iOounxry residi;nce forsale. i
The subscriber offers forsale his rcs5derto situ
ated about 8 miles from Nashville, on the Muriiees- AtL
boro' Turnpike It consists of about 60 acres, one-half ina
high state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never
failing Springs; an extensive Orchard, containittca great va
riety of choice fruit-trees; with commodions dwelling and out
bouses. A further description is unnecessary, as those de
sirous to purchase can call and examine for themelvesi.
Terms One-third cash, arid a credit of one and two year
on the balance. If not sold privately before the 19th inst,
the premises will be offered at public Bale at the Court-house
on that day. nov8 tf S, J . CARTER,
THE CRIPPLE, THE LA3IE, AA'O THE
' Stiff Jointed, can God reliefin that jclemal Remedy,
Chlness Rhenmatic Antodote I
A'worlds-wouderfal external BenuJy, for man in tha
rsad. ful dia 'asaThs Hheuaiattam !.
"ee dying vegctsblee life sustain,
fiee t"fo dlolifnf tt-getate asain;
. - ut 11 served, all a rvinjr, nothlBK stands alone
Where Eerco KheumMtlsmitsnulidote must own.
The ncrvca, tendone,1igaments, fibrous niembranes,spen.
caroB,Sn4jnus'lfi, aro the seats of Rheumalle Pains
TloJ)oloreux,Neuralgia,Gout,.Spttmi, Palsy, loss of Mus
culir Power, wasting andlecay of the muscles, Sumbncsj
Insbilltvtoraove,Servons"Headache, Crlc in the Keck.
'RUiUolats,ileep seated Pains and horcnes, habitual Coll
Fect,PaJustn tboSide, the hip joint., and small orthoback,
"weaknetAf the kidneys, jplnalirrUation, Female Irregular
'lttes,swolleduiDt,n'ervonsorganioditorder, cramp c.l
C vomiting, djsAd palsy, contracted, limbs, ice. Now .Wo
Men of Refinement
"Wliohavea just appreciation of Truth, and aj' them' in
allicandorif'tha above is not lrue ? That being granted,
we.cow propose to aak you why ia it that internal remedies
are always retried to in the treatment of such diseases
Why glve'a man a doaenlnaueeatlng doses of medicine for
a swelling or tlio ancle ? Why physio a man to death for a
few pains ? .Why give a man pills tor ah affection ,of the
tnuscleaT Ah, friends,"Bo sara to give one pill every
bdurVhas tlaln iistaonsacds. Mah's-stomach was not de
signed for the purpose of a, drug (.tore.
Seize Upon Truth
wherever vou And it. We offer a midlclne which will pot
detfouryoWatomseh.itwllInotluterrero with yourrcgular
food, It will iif.tprerent a healiby assimilation of your dl-
geitlvi apparatus, bnt it la a powerfu I oxiernai sumuiant,
which opens the pores of th? tkin, excites the absorbent
aratefn. enetrlea the nerves, muides. and tendons and
Lllgameets ofthe parts to wbleh it is applied, producing n
airee circulation oi uioou tnrougn tau fiaria, muiumHi
thfc nerves, revivifying and building up tho deadened tis
sues to which ills arplied.
The Chinese Rheumatic AiiUdoto
's the only known remedyin the world that will actually
and positively restore Itfss of powerand cuurgy to a palsied
limb, "replace thp deadened, contracted limb, wilh lifi and
ncllvitvi remove all nervous obstructions, mascular cou-
.tracitonaana dlsloruona, toss oi leeiiDg in me extremiues.
In health, thererouste an eqaiilbrium in the nervous and
Circulatory sjstems, and this inuit bo brought about bycx
t: rnal applications.
Wo know that our theory is a newone, and will have its
enemies, jet we appeal tQ every mau's candid judgment,
and ask him ifltisnot the most reasonibio treatment ever
offered to man t Uoubtless you will say, yes. Our plan
haa been, fairly tested, audfU en universal fatlsractjon. In
the treatment of '(he diseases for which it is recommended,
it is creating a perfect revelation.
'"r Throw Physic'to the Dogs ! "
But mart oh", most noble structure ! you were dettined
to livq a longer and happier lite.! ,
Kliciimatisin in nil its I'onns,
evon of twenty, years standing, yields at once to tha niaglc
charmi of this truly atoirifhing and wonderful external
combination. All person! effected wilh Gout, Kbsuraatic
Painattff'Joints, Contracted and Distorted "Limbs, Jlump
Hack cauied by muscuiarcoiitraclions, und loss of nervous
energy, habitual cramps and Spsjms, loss of mnscnlar mo
lions, spinal irritation, weakness In the small ofthe back .
deep seated piiua and so-enoss In the breast, stomach, aide
and lolns.-wastitu.awav and shrinking of any of the limbs
I BEdDiuciea,'areHll speedily and permanently cured bylhe
h nan of one boltleof this medicine.
a sinking at the stomach, palp tatlon of the heart, sick and
ncryou, headach',cold (set, pains in the bowels and stom
ach. colic, die'., can all be immediately cured by rubbing tho
external surface with'a small portion of thla highly concen
trated medicinal compound.
The External Remedy for Man
i ij uesiinca io crcaid a n
Is destined to crcata a new era in medical science. The
Machine of Man
is easily deranged, and the slightest interference at head
quarterstko stomach) Interferes with tba functional duties
ofellherone of Its organs, producing an unnatural and un
healthy condition of man throughout.
Then why drag out a miserable existence, by gorging
yourself with '-a dose of mediclneevery hour," just because
It Is prescribed bvooeof the -'regular built r" Beware.
"voumr ladv. vounsr man. of ao much poisonous mineral
who have in their families any longstanding eases of Rhea
lratism, Gout,N3nralgia, contracted 'limbs, female weak
ness, weakness all along the back, pain around the kldn'ys,
deep seated aorencss In the breast, aLd all deep seated pains
weadvisoyou to send toour agentand procure a bottle
ofthe n&w article, the new mode of treating such dissases,
and will find relief never before known.
Physician Ileal Thysciri
If you are suffering with any ofthe abnre complaints, resort
to this remedy, and after you are cured recommend it.
The two greatest medical men ofthe ags say, "ihatthe
External Treatment of di'easea is destined to create a new
era In the history of Medical Science." Anntherwritersajs,
"this treatment is fast commending itself to the Medica
Is cured In all cases, by using this medicine.
Ye who are uslr.gyour crutches, hobbling along through
this troublesome world, with a .'stitch In the sida" and a
"catch In the back," will flud certain and permanent re
lief In this External Medicine.
If there bo an) such in the city of Nashville an( surroundlrg
country, wo admoniih you to go to our Agent and procure
a pamphlet and a boltleof the Chinese Kheumatlc Antidote.
Putuptn l&rze Bottles, wilh simple and plain directions,
and sold at S300per bottle; twoboliles for 3300.
A.S YoUATT & CO., Proprietors, Maideu Lane, N. T.,
to whom all orders hould be addressed
Foraaleln Nashville by J. P. DROMGOOLE,
novSl dAtw Only Agent, Xo. 12 College street.
D3CT0E YOURSELF! THE POCKET SSCTJLAPIU3
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
rpHE Fortieth Edition, with Ouo
X Hundred Engravings tdtowing
Diseases and Malionnations oi the
Human SVsiem in everv riiune and
form. To which is added a Treatise
n lhn Ilisoaips nf Fmalef-beincr of
uu me iiscie.i ui teiuuer, uciiig i
.be higbt taporuoe. marked
V-rl TTwft"? s7"
ruKe- Ry ILLIAM i OUNU, M.D.
LetnotaUier Da asliamcd topre-
Bent a coiiycu me iB.-uutiAriuo
lnliianhiIH It mv fiu him mm
an early grave. Let uo young man
or woman enter into the accret obli
gations of marriage life without reading the POCKET
.diSCtiiAi'ius). l.t no one sutienng Item a hacknted
Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings
and the whole train of Despectio sensations, and given up
by their phvsician, be another moment without consulting
the -ESCCLAPIUS. Have the married, or those about to
be married, any impediment, tead this truly useful book, ru
it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate
creatures from the ferv jaws of "death.
:5TAnv person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed in a letter, will receive onecopvof this work by mail,
or five copies will be sent for One Dollar.
Address, post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
wirehlC ly Ao1. 152 fprucf St. rhihJelfhh.
THE undersigned would respectfullv in- cjPJJr3S.
form their Irii-ndo nnrl Hip. nnblir'llijvt -y -i-7
they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No.u4, I
DPitderick ft, where they Intend to carry on COACH MAK- I
izvuin an us branches, liewitl keep constantly on uana
1 Mi assortment of Carriages, which we will disposcofon ,
j reaonahIe terms. Carriages of eTy description made to
oraer promptly, uepainng done ou reasonable terms, anu
! themiblic may rely upon fitting their woik when promised.
I Work entrusted to uswtll bo warranted to be ofU.ebct
1 workmanship and materials.
r3?""I!LA()KSMITHIt;. Everv.lescriniion ofRLACE"-
SMIT H'S W0KK executed in the best manner on liberal J
3rlI0RSE SHOEING. We have in our employ experi '
enced H0RSESH0ERS, and the public may rel von gel tirir i
ttieir uores kiinu in liicneatesl manner. All work's; ci ct'ti
fo our care will be under tho immediate supericUids-tw i
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared lo give.-at-
I isfnetiou to all. We respectfully solicttfrom the public n
1 liberal share of their iKilronhge.
CRAM A SHEPHERD.
TBA A. STOUT, !
COACH MANUFACTURER, I
No. 5 Clahs Sriirxr, Nashville, Tes.t.,
Xextdoer to II. ti. FrentKt Groctry Wurthoutt, an-l ep
posit Jfo ri cC 6'tn'tivi't
Lb kinds ofcarriagcs for sale, with harness rvSJty
J to suit AH work sold bv inc U made at frtjZ?
the Claik Street Manufactorr, arid warranted, and will bo
sold onus good Terms, for Ci:-lioi good notes, a.- any work
made North or Ei't
Rcpairiu.r done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons Wv ing work to repair may lelv on getting it whttt
promire-l. All orders promptly attended to. marl 5.
" S50 UEVi'ARO.
1") ANAWAY from the subscriber on tlie night of
X the Snl inst., his negivj boy AMOS. He is about if
20 years, of ajc, 5 feet 'J or 10 iticbe high and weighsJV
about ISO pounds. Me is a bright mulatto, hat straight
hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass him
self as a white man. lie was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of
Spartanburg District, and was purchased by Capt. Jauies
IJonds of Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lurking in
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt his escape to a
free Stale. He rode off a sorref horse ten or twelve years
old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by waits,
and is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, holds
a fine head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
lo be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
will be given for tlie apprehension of the boy and horse ;
the bov to be lodged in any jail in the State. All expensed
for keeping the horse will also be paid. .
NewberVv, a C. July, W. G. NEEL.
THOMAS rtOnOE. NELSON WALKER.
HODGE . WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Drjcsere, &c, Sc.,
Xo. 13, Cedar stred.
HAVE opened their new eslablis'nmentj and offer to their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up cur
house, we feel confident that all who give us a calf will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Harboring, Hair-Dressing,
Ac, we have hirge, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooras. These are the finest in the city, aud as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the conn
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what
a salutarv effect our pure water has upon a wearied and
cotU body. a"g3-tf
LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which thoy are selling at the time in Nashville, and
the cash remitted or paid to order.
julyill DYER PEARL A CO.
"TNKS. ARNOLD'S COPYING INK: RED
X Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guixot'g Carmine; Mavnard
4 Noyes's Black, in all sued bottles; PavBon'g Indelible luk
by the dozen or single oottle. For sale b v
' norS CHARLES W. SMITH, College street
HENRY'S INVIGORATING COltlMAL,
PURELY VEGETABLE IN ITS COMPOSITION.
I This Invaluable Cordial, Is extracted iroia Iternsand Kools,
I wbicb have been found attetyearsf "experience, by Ihelhot
I skillful Physicians, to b posepsed of qualities mot bene
I Scialin tlie diseases forwhich Ills recommended, and henco
. whilst it ia preseated to tlie public as an eUcacioaa remedy,
ItlsaHo knowntobe ofthat character on which reliance
may be placed as to Us ssfetv. In cases of Impoteney, lie.
r morrhages. Disordered Slertility, Menstruation, orSoppres
, aiou ofthe Menses, Flour Albns or Whiles, orfor
arising from any causa, such as weakness from sickness,
j where tho' patient has been confined to bed for soms time,
i for Females after oonflneiuint. Abortion orMiscarrlsfe, Ibis
, Cordial cannot be excelled In Its salutary eSocts:orIn lou of
jinscuiar jsnergy, irritability. Fnsleal fiostiatlon, -seminal
Weakness, Palpitation ofthe Heart, Indigestion. Slug
gishness, Decay of the Procreative Functions, JVcrvousncn,
&c. where a tosic Mediclno is renulred. It will be found
equal, if not superior to any Compound ever used.
Henry's Invigorating CorJial, is one of the most valuable
i -Medicines in the many Complaints to which Female are
subject. It assists nature to. brace the whole system, check
excess, aud creates renewed health and happiness. Less
suffering, disease and unhapptnessamoDgLadieswouldex
iat, werethey geaerally toadopt the use of this -Cordial.
Ladies who are debilitated by these distractions which fe
males aro liable to, are restored by theme ofa bottle or two,
to bloom and to vigor.
That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence of man and
it is the young who are most apt to becomo its victims, from
an Ignorancebf the danger to which thoysntject themselves,,
Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay. Jlanyof
you may now be suffering, misled as to the causa or source
of disease. To those, then, whoby excess have brought on
themselves Premature Impoteney, Involuntary Femlnal
Emissions, Weakness and Shrivellingof tho Genital Organe,
Nervous Affection, orany otherconsequencesof unrestrain
ed Indulgence of the senanat pasilnna, occasioning the ne
cessity of renouncing the felicities of
lessening both mental and bodily capacity. Hold I Henrv'a
Invigorating Cordial, a Mediclue that ia purely Vegetable, I
will aid nature to restore thoio important functions to a I
healthy state, an J will prove ofaervlce to Jon. It possesses
rare virtues. Is a general remover of disease.and strenglh
A; a Tonic Medicine,
It is unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial ou a fooliug
with quack medicine', and, as is customary, appends long
list orKccommeiulatlons, Certificates, ac, beginning wilh
''Hear what the Preacher says," and such like; it is not nec
essary, for "Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only needs a
trial to prove that it will accomplish all we say.
The Genuine' "Henry's Invigorating Cordial,"
Is put upin 8 ox Pannel Bottles, and Is easily recognised bv
the Manufacturer's signature on the label of each Ho'.Ue, (to
counterfeit which is forgery, as wellas the name blownin
Ii, Sold for SircrBottlet Six for $8 810 par dozen.
Prepared only by d. K.COHEN, 'o.3 Fraiuliu Row. Vine
street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all OK.
DKKSmustbo addressed. For sale by all respectable Drug
gists and Merchants throughout the country.
For sale atthe Patent Medicine D;pot,Xo. 12 College St.,
by J. P. Dromgoole, wholesale Agent fortha State,and only
agent In Nashville.
decll Cm d&tw.
AG UE AM) FEVER. OR CHILLS AND FE
VER CV RED UY S Jl ITU'S TONIC S VRUP, This
jutty celebrated Medicine has for many years maintained
its superiority over all other remedies, for the safe, certain,
apeedy, and permanent cure ofAgaeand Fever, or Chills
and Fever, whether uf abort or long standing; and in no
case will it fall to cure, if the directlonsare strictly followed
and carried ouU
This remedy has been extensively usod throughout the
States of Kentucky. Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylva
nia, Michigan, Iowa. Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Texas,
Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, aud Louisiauc; and has per
manently cured over rivz licKnaBDTnocaAMi cases, In alt
its varied forms, many of which bad been of from one to
threcyoars' standing, and had resisted all tho usual rente'
dies known In the countrv; and in no case did this Medicine
fail whore the directions were properly followed. Such ia
itsinvariablesuccess,thata lare number of respectable
Fractllionersof Medicine, in various parts ofthe country,
nso and prescribe it In preference to quinine andall oiher
Tho public are assured that it Is not only certain in Its er
ects as a Tonic, but being composed entirely cf vegetable
medicines, la perfectly innocent In alleescsor circam
sunces, and may be given to females, infants, and alt per
sons of debilitated and delicate constitutions, without the
least fear whatever of any unpleasant effect.
This Medicine Is composed of nrtlrles of tho primes! and
purest quality, and la always made by the propilctor in per
ron, after the established forms of pharmacy j bich cannot
be said of the many Tonics now flooding the Western and
Soathw es'.crn country) and In this respect alone is rendered
greatly superior to the remedies usually prepared and sold
in the country.
By its aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad
ded to its Tonic qnalluea, it is rendered eminently superior
lo quinine aud other remedies as a general and popular
Tonic in all cases whatever, where Tonics are proper to be
administered. Tho pioprletor, Iberetore. respectfully in
vite' practitioners and the public generally to give it but a
fair trial, and they will thoa be convinced of its great supe
riority overall other remedies now in use for the purpose
Persons llvit-g in districts of coufctry subject to Ague and
Fever, thills and Fever,or Bilious Fevers, would dowell
to keepa supply of this valuable remedy always on hand.
The proprietor has now in bis possession thousandsof cer
tificates of its value, given by persons who have used It. with
many letters from merchants who have sild It largely In
their country, as well as from many respoctab e Praelioners
who have used It in preference to other remedies, at'esliog
Its value. J. P. DROMGOOLE,
No 12, Colljge street, Wholesale aud Retail Agent, Nash
vlile.Tenn. declO dditri w.
FOR RENT. A HOUSE CONTAINING SIX
rooms, Ac, on tho Murfreesboro Pike, $i miles from
Nashville. dcc7 R. A. RALLOWE. General Agent
DR. J. U. MARCIIISPS CELEI1 RATED
CATIIOLICON, for the relief and cure of suffering
Females. It stands pre
eminent for its curative
powers in alt diseases for
which it is recommended,
Of these are Prolapsus
Uteri, or Falling of the
Womb; Flour Albus, or
Whites; Chronic Inflam
mation and Ulceration of
the Womb; Incidental He
morrhage, or Flooding;
Painful, Suppressed, and
dec, with accompanying
evils, (Cancer excepted,)
no mailer how severe or of
how long standing.
The Catholicon far sur
passes other remedies, in
being more certain, less
attw n.fre. andteavln? the
system In a better condition. Let all Interested In such a
remedy call ano obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ample
proof, "from highly respectable sources, of the happy nsulta
of its use. together with letters from first-class experienced
physicians, who have used it in their practice, and apeak
from thelrown observations.
KiisHtMis i1 15. Fickham, -M. u.,uiica,A. ..L-.u.
Fleming, M. D., Canandalgua, S. Y., M. H. Hitls.M.D.,
Rochester, N. Y.. II Y. Footc,M. D., Syracuse, N.Y., Prof.
Dunbar. M. 1)., Baltimore. Md , J. C. Orrick, M. D., BalU
ranre,Md , W. W. Reee, M. II., New York City, W. Pres
cott. M. D-, Concord, N". II.. 3. P. Newland,M. D., Utlea,
Pamphlets had gratis at Jons P. Dromuooh's Patent
Medicine House, Collego street, Wcolesale and Kctall
Agvnt Nashville, Tennessee.
ALSO. For aaleb)
Dr. F. S. WoLnainox, Franklin,
I.iiah.V. K slis, Sr-ringfield,
JamksT Bashaw, Gallatin,
Cook & Owtx, Lebanon,
Crockit & Rmnic, MurfreesboroV
Letter Mreiici Menrt. BctikS; BrevnaergiHtt
A'cKbcrrg C. II., S. C-, ij Ret. C. S. Stari, cf tone &tatc.
Glc.xs Sraisos, Jan.Oth, I&3.
Messrs. Illicit ct Browssos Sir.s: I send for another
bottle of jonr'-Marchls't's Uterine Catholicon." My wire
haa been afflicted for eleven years, and a variety of means
baa been resorted to for relief, but none was obtained until
I received this medicine torn you. Its influence seema al
most magical: there was a mauifest improvement f om the
dayil was taken.
As there are a great many females in our country laboring
under the affliction for which your medicine proposes a
remedy, I fuel it a duty to recommend it to all auch.
(Signed.) Cioreii S. Biard.
JO J. B. MAKCHISI ct CO., Proprietors, Central Do
pot, 30t Broadway, X. Y. novSl.
bir WM. McLANE,
IinilAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
T ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of NashvilK
JL and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resit
denceof fourteen years in the South, and peimanentlyla.
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wasi
ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all times bo fuiiM
by those who may wish to consult him.
He basin his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cureof the
most distressing cases of the following diseases, vie Ner
vons Affections. Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con.
sumptions. Rheumatisms, Weak Lumrs, Fits-, Dropsies,
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulons, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Heiuorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Veuercal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over fen
thousand different crises, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experiencein the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
hiseflbrts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
ofthe sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
EAllIiettereaddressd,posf-paid,ot South Nashville.
ALU ABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
The undersigned being authorized by a resolution of
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen ofthe City of Nashville,
at its meeting on the Hthinstant, to dispose ofthe following
valuable property, to wit:
Lots, Nos. 22 and 23, on the west side of Summer street,
fronting on said street 30 feet and running back 210 feet to
an alley, on wluch there Is a two story BRICK TENEMENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Lot No. 28,
situated on the west side of Cherry street, south of Broad
street, fronting on Cherry street 53 feet and running back
180 feet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots will he divided
to suit purchasers. For a more particular description ot
said lots, reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages 605
and 606 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. JS otes payable in Bank without inter
est, with good endorsers, and a lien retained until the pur
chase money is paid. W. n, HORN, Mavor.
ATTEND TO THAT COUGH. FROA THE
convincing testimony which accompanies Dr. C Wil
liams' great Cough remedy we cheerfully recommend this
moat valuable and scientific preparation to all persona Inter
ested, from the helpless Invalid who Is living without hope,
to the suffering patientw bo Is writhing under the flrat at
tacks of that fell and relentless destroyer Costcxr-rioN.
This superior preparation is remarkably pleasant to tho
taste, aiidhaathe singular peculiarity for medicine, of Im
parting a dollghtful flavor; and Is so spoedy iq its opera
tions, that patients plainly feel Its good effects in a few min
utes aftr taking the flr.t doae. It will be found to be a
qaick and positive remedy for arresting the formation ofTrf
BLtci.is on tub LCKos,'&nd removing those already formed,
and also, to be the speediest and most effective of ail medi
cinal agents in the cureof aU otherdlscaaes of the Throat,
For full dsscript'ons oflts merits, virtues, &s., see Pamph
lets lobe had of the Agenta.
Foraale Wholesale aad Retail, and on Agency by J,M.
ZIMMERMAN", Wholesale Druggist, who is tho General
Agent for this popular anil valuable prcparalioa at the city
of .Vasavllle and surrounding country. It Is also for la by
the following Druggists :
BERRY & DEMOVILLE.
II. G. SCOVEL.
J. II.CURREY, NashvUIe.
E. C. t'LOUSTO.V, I Vranfclln T
F.S. WOLDRIUGE, "anklln.T.
HAWKINS &TOWLER, Columbia.
And by all Druggi'taln every town in the Stale of Teonej
see,and all tho SonthernandWoitera Slates,
Corner of Market und Broad st-., Nashtille.
W. F. GRAY,
S SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT AND
ARMSTRONG, 'Wholesale Dealer in Drugs, Med
icines, Paints, Dyes, Glassware, and Variety Goods,
Comer uf Broad and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee. Would respectfully inform the public-that be has
purchased the stcrckcfCartwrigbt & Armstrong, Druggu-is,
comer of Broadway and Market, where be intends keeping
a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Turpentine, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass; Glass Ware,
and all other articles usually kept in Drugstores, together
wilh a stock of varieties suitable for the Country Trade.
Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers, and
Planters, ure invited to call and examine the nock before
purchasing elsewhere, an he is determined to sell at such
prices as ,wiU give satisfaction to all; theqnality of thegoods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock having
been purchased in the East since purchasing the stock, will
enable him to compete wilh any house in' theSouth west. He
oners tor sale low lor osti, or ou time to punctual rrcn
500 gallons lunners Oil;
10 bbls Linseed do;
5 bbls Lsrd doj
4 bbK Epsom Salts;
WO lbs Ex Logwood;
200 Rs Madder;
lo lbs Muriatc.of Tin;
o00 lbs Alum;
2-V) lbs Gum Camphor;
50CK!hs Sup Carb Soda;
500 Its Litluirse:
lOOOlbs Venetian Red;
lOOOlbs Spanish Whiting;
4'.' bxs Rooa's Scotch SuulT;
20 bxs Garretl's do do;
ot0 Itja Aqtu Anioaia;
2''') liis Spirits Nitre;
ZtiO lbs SulphuricAcid;
50 gross M'Lane's Verniifcre 500 lbs Nitric
20 gross r ahnstock a do; fx0 ILs Muriatic
50 grossMustamrLinament: 10 lbs Svrun lod Iron:
COO lbs Red Lead;
Feathers, Beoswar, Ginseng, Ac, taken in tiade at mar
ket prices. octW
THE GRiEFENHERG VEGETABLE PILLS.
ARE compounded with the utmost care and skill, and the
ingredients are thoroughly tested by the most eminent
Chemists. They are especially valuable for tho prevention
and rare of fevers in general, all Billions and Liver com
plaints, Costiveness, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action
of tho bowels. Sick Headaches, Influenza, Asthms, and a
variety of other chmnicl diseases, and -iu fine for all fami
ly uses. Price, with full directions, 23 cents per box.
For salo by ALEX. -MACKENZIE,
dec3. No. 17, College street.
And by every Druggist in the Slate.
THEGILtEFENBERG DYSENTERY" SYR
UP. Is an uneqtuled remedy in all cases ot BOWEL
COMPLAINT and ASIATIC C1I0LER, if taken with the
first symptoms, viz: Vomitingand Diarrhoea. In the past
wo vears, it has cured thousands in this State of BLOODY
FLUX, when all o:herremedics had faded.
Price, 0 cents per bottle. AI .EX. MACKENZIE,
Agent, College street,
And for sale by every Druggist in the State.
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON.
For the disease of Females, is one ofthe most extra
ordinary and valuable medicines now extant It is prepar
ed by Dr. Tnos. Pour-rot, -of New York; an Alopathic
Physician, who has practiced .successfully in Utica, New
York, forty years. Its discovery was the re ult of chance,
while experimenting on remedies for a totally diflerent train
of disorders. For s x vears it lias been tested in every part
of the world. In the State cf Tennessee it has performed
wonderful cures. I will not say that it has been successful
in every case, but when it does not cure it nevertoils to re
lieve the most distressing symptoms. I am permitfed by
William Parkes, Esq.. uf Lawrencebnrg, to state that in a
few weeks it completely cured hisnegio girl, who had been
for five years in the hands of physicians who had not been
able to relieve her.
Forsale by every Druggist in the State, and by
dect. No. 17. College street, Nashville.
"YXOODEN WARE. We have just received bum.
V New York, purchased there at ih lowrt rafe- for
Wooden Bowls, with choppers;
Rolling Pins Beefsteak Mauls;
Pastry Bo-vls, Lemon Squeezers,
Lignum Vita Faucits, H ooden Spoon.-,
Wooden Indies. IVtafoe Mashers, 1
Towel Rollers, Bung ..tarts.
Cocoa Shell Dippers, Hearth Brooms,
Rat and Mouse Traps. Clothes Pins,
Juniper and Cedar Woods, Brass and Iron bound Palls
Bed Cords, Clothe s Lines, Bulter Spades,
Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine Balls.
dec; S::0W,MACKENZIE ACQ.
BRUSHES! BRUSHES ! Steele's best bell
shaped Dusters, of all sizes, fancv and plain patterns;
Corner Dusters, Window Washers,
Fly Brushes, Toy Brushes.
Counter Dusters, Hearth Brooms,
Whisk Brushes, Italian Whisks,
Common Dusting Brushes,
Scrubbing Brushes, Blacking Brushes,
Mops, Window Brushes,
Crumb Brushes, Tea Cup Mops.
Bcckskics for polishing plale furniture.
For sal by SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO,
dec2 House Furnishing store, 17 College st.
IDS TO .HOUSEKEEPING. Manilla Door
Mats, plain and fancy;
Alicant Mats, three sizes;
Jute Mats, plain and fancy of all sizes;
Coir Mats, various patterns; ' "
Fancy Harder Mats, with wood centres;
Sheep Skin Mats, all colors;
Open Mats, from 8 to 8 feat each; ' -. ,
Oil Cloth Table Mats;
Palm Lear do;
Chinese Tabic and Tea Mais.
The above articles are for salo at lower prices than they
havc ever before been offered in this city.
lrc2 SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
(1 UN POWDER. JUST RECEIVED AT
X'ny Powder Deport
500 kegs Hazards Kentucky Rifle Powder;
230 halves do do do do;
100 quarter do do do do;
150 kegs do Sea shooting do do;
ALSO. -500 canisters of one pound each a verv fine ar
ticle. For sale by S. It. LOOMIS,
nov21 Ira Agent for the Hazard Powder Co.
NTED atthe South Nashville Furniture Factory, ol
V good SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of VA inch Walnut Plankwide;
50,000 do do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do .do;
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, S feet long, -1, 5 A 6 in. sq're;
100,000 do Cherry do do do;
100,000 do linch Cherry Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash, rangingfrom 1J to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Cheiwill be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or 80 good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP
HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply.
ADIES WINTER SHOES WE ARE NOW
opening direct from the most fashionable Eastern
Ladies' winter Gaiters, assorted colors;
do Kid, Morocco and Calf Skin Boots;
do Buskins and Slippers;
do White Kid and Satin Gaiters;
do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes.
In addition to a large assortment on hacd for Ladies, Glv
rLtxxx, Missis, Rots, and Childbbx, alapttdto thx tea ton
to which we invite the attention of purchasers, wholesale
andretaiL A.B. A C W.ROBERTSON,
nov2S No. " College street
CAN DIiES. 20 boxes W bite and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Sperm do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
' For sale by may22 EDWARD3 A RARRI8.
f f iucu uu s nrcuuvu ( uv T:
10O- do I'ale'i da do; '
CO do RobertoaconntyD D.Wbtskv;'"
40 do Old Monongabela do;
2.1 bUsoIdHourL'n Whis'y 50 baskets Coanipagte;
100 do American Rrandv. a Dines Holland ffirc
10 do N E Rum: ia Ltm irtml r.r,lml-
"I lihl. OM Pnr Win.
no S M Wine;
do Waller'a WInler
20 bids pure Peach Brandy;
111 Mdl Ard Hr-.l,-
,r " 20 boxes liock Wine;
- aalfptpei Madeira and 20 boxes assorted Brandies:
Sherry Wines; 20 boxes Claret Wine.
S J P'pes Old Brandv;
Inatoreacdforsaleby ocl9 BEN M.NOEL A CO
UUNDRIES.-ONE HUNDRED DF1FTY
O bags prime Rio Coffee;
, ??i St Uvii Mab Flonn Flour
Im U.uv-f1' W bWs St Louis city MUli
? RhoiUrf Molasses; 2 cast, Madder;
IrJ, Cfi " ,-.-r-"Uu.-!c ui5im doh vinegar;
500 M,L No ! anawa Salt; 2T, bbls Loar Su
20 bbls Powdered Suzar.
100 Demijohns, assorted;
5 tierces Rice;
5 ccrcons best Indigo;
10 bags RaceGingerv
10 bagi Pepper;
In store and forsale by
iw ouis vruineaDUgar;
50 bags Cotton Yams;
10 casks Soda. '
BEN. M. NOEL A AO.
McCREA & TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and College Strseta, HasJmTla, Teaa. ,
AgcnUor SniilK'i Pittiburgh and inrKnf, XX. Z, and
Celebrated Kennttt'i '
PALE ALES, PORTER BROWN STOUT.
HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
125 Bbls OWSmith'sinttsburgh Ale or summer um;
150 "Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
,100K do do for family use;
SO Casks JJotUed do;
may22 ly r. a.
ALE I ALE!! 100 BARRELS SMITH'S
celebrated Ale, received bv Georgetown, and for sale
low by McCREA 4 TERRASS,
TLOWS! PLOWS! ! 150 BUST PEACOCK
JL Plows, just received by Georgetown, and forsale low by
McCREA A TERRASS,
or27 . Broadway.
LANGIIORNE ife AlUIISTEADSl'OBAC
CO TiO boxes justreceiyed bythe Monticello. andfor
sale low by McCREA i TERRASS,
SPICES. 20 BAGS SPICES; "
2D bags Prp:r; 20 bajrs Ginger,
Received this dav ptr steamtr HartsviDe.
wnuv22 J M'tiREA A TERR.VSS-
JAVA COFFEE.-40 PACKETS BEST OLD
Java CoKre, received per steamer Uartsville,
POV22 M'UREA A TERRASS.
MADDER I CASK BEST DV1CU MAD
der, leceived to-dav.
nov22 ' M'CREA A TERRASS.
PORT WINE 20 BARRELS PORT WINE,
received by M'CREA A TERRASS.
RANDY lO CASKS SIGNETT AND
puy Drandy, received per steamer Uartsville.
novsa M'CREA A TERRASS.
DOZEN BUCKETS FOR KALE BY "
novzs M'CREA A TERRASS.
MACKEREL 20 BARRELS MACKEREL;
80 half bbls Mackerel; SO kits do;
J ust received and fur sale low by
JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO.,
. " Broadway.
STAR CANDLES--100 BOXES STAR CAN
dies ju.t received and for sale low, to close, br
nov23 JjOHNSON, HORNBi CO.
SUGAR-20 BARRELS CIlWHEDCGAlf;
20 bbls Loaf Sugar; 10 bbls Powder'd do;
Just leceived and forsale bv
ot22 JOHNSON, U0RNE A CO.
AR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD:
Just received by
nov22 JOHNSON, nORNE A CO.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT SOO bXrreiS
Louisville Uydraalic Cement. Just received and for
8leby JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
Q ALT 200 BAGS TURKS ISLAM) S.VXT;
O 150 bags Fine Salt; just received br
PQT22 JOHNSON", II0RNEAC0.
LE! ALE! 150 BARRELS 'TRACEYTi
Y llkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re
ceived and forsale low o close, by
ot27 J01INS0N, HORNE A CO.
SCALES! SCALES'! ! WE ARE (CON--STANTL1
supplied wilh Blundell's unequalled "Vi beeh
and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to" 3,000 lbs,, which wiU be
We can also supply Railroad 5ac and Jkjxi Scales,
from thne to fifty tons, on tho most reasonable terms.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO,
T7VRESH GROCERIES DIRECT riOM NEW
I? Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee;
Laguvra Coffee; tpice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac For
sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
ANGHORN Jlc ARMISTEAD ItX) PACK-
ages orLanghorn A Annistead's superior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale by
oct2 JOHNSON, HORNEA CO.
COPARTNERSHIPI HAVE THIS DAY
associated with me in tha Wholesale Grocery, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. WIL
1.1AM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style
of LANIER A PHILLIP
I II. LANIER.
u n. lamce. wir. rinixirs.
LANIER A PHILLIPS,
"WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSIflN, ECE1V1HG
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
pov2 Xo. 33, Martit strut. XathvUle Tea.
JUST RECEIVED FROM ST LOUIS,
75 barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 " Crushed do;
10 - Pulverized do;
100 boxes Star Candles;
50 " Rosin Sn m.
For salo low by LANIER A FHlLLirS-
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR FI FT IViFO UR
bags Buckwheat Flour for sale bv
pot-- LANIER A PHILLIPS.
PERKINS & CXACir,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
Corner of CoXUge and Church ttreitt, XaihtiB.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana;
50 do Laguyara; 50 do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; l,i;00 American ;
lOv',0000 Cubit 6's and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 00 ooxes Sperm aud Star;
200 boxes, Stcrine an Tallowp
COTTON YARNS A lo', of assorted Nos. Osnnburs, su-
perioi quality at manufacturers prices;
FRUITS lOi) bxs Raisin's, assorted sizes; tn drums Figs;
5o frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;
73 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbls Oidligtr, 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS S0) boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do Qt, Pt,and Pt Flasks;
75 do Flint Tumb era and Goblets;
60 do Squattaxtd Cap Jars;
ItO Dcmijons, live and thrw gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
10 cass Scotch Ale '
. 73 barrels American and French Brandy;
S.j do Apple and Peach "
100 do " hisky, various brands;
30 do Holland Gin; 23 do N. E. Rum;
23 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 130 bbb. and yt bbls rebelled and H. House;
75 bbls St Ijuis a ml N O Golden Syrup; '
NAILS 130 kegs PitUbuigh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheebujc " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 coses Tonutoe Catsup;
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 3 do Loaf (Lovcriuir's:)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 13 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 20") bblsKanawhn; 230 sacks tine and coase;
133 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban ,"i do Fancv Soap;
SEEDS 15 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind-superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, Salac-atus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, ic
For salo low forcash by PERKINS & CLACK.
RfLiheral advances oo consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon aud Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
mays PERKINS A CLACK.
UGAR. 200 hhdsTrirae New Sugar;
50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar;
50 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdereddo;
Justreceivedaadfbrsaleby EDWARDS A HARRIS.
"l TOLASSES, SYRUP, C 150 bbls Prune Mo
XYJL lasses; 20hblsSuagr House Molasses;
10 bbls uolden Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Syrup, just re-
ceived and for sale by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
COFFEE. 800 bags Green Rio Coffee;
100 bags Lagiryra Coffee; 50 bags St Jago Coffee;
25 do Java do, just received and for sale by
may 22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
SALT, NAILS, Stc. 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
SOO kegs Nails and Brads, forsale by
may2a EDWARDS A HABRI3.
CIGARS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
100,000 Imitation do dec
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by
mav22 EDWARDS 4 HARRIS:
1 CTmeretX ""7
' ft 'l - .
Cotton i, w
. Canton Flannel do ..
, Merino Draworj. . , (
Cashmere do M
i Cotton do u
i Robede Chambre. . ,
! OIOVM '
Umbrellas, M m
Ptrfumery, . u
Sird'cxTmCoKf "UJa -
T7-1D AND SILK-GL'oV'ES.-WE HIVFIV
Cashmere Plush, lini-o"
Cloth, Fur tep,;.
Buci GannUetts, lined-
T-r,r, . MYERS A McGlLI.
- , . . . MYERS A McOlLi
om wrae all 1 Tail Hock ihauiy
iron its firm bass as soon as I "
riW'P 1V,'VI'ER STOCK FOR lS33- t
rpHE subscriber irespectfuliinounces lo the W, w'
aasiiville and surroundinr countrv that he has mm-
hand, and receinug additions daily, a Jarre s'ockcl rv
niZ Whicl' "7ra?.b fimn: Black and Blue CV .
K Sv n.pl,ll:it d0' F?a-n1 Congress Coats, DqqhA, .
Black. Blue, Brown and Olive Ove? Coats, sTckVPaul
Box, Frock and Dress Coat. B.ines da, and her Mt l. ,
and colors toonumcroua to mention.
f iiiduou'1 VfetU ' erer ''-Tle "nd CO,or' to mit ,e
ruiTirilv. V6"'. "- CHILD"! r-
CLOTHING. Fid Shirti, Under-Shirbv. Drawers Sa ,
Country Merchants, iu paiticukr, are reqrts.'ed fo ra.1
and examine my ttoctbtfore purchasiBgelsewbero
v t - - K l'GWERN,
v n x- i . . opravstte Union Slrre
. 0-tt-Nolto be sold or undersold bvanvman.r j
tjaiatimt of men. " 1 '
Tilt. siuiacntiertiasjiutoiracil, "aihsuTa siand, a
JIarket street next door to T. W. A W. IL Evaas. l -'"fP1
oc"t of RUDY MADE CLOTa
IM. and (.eiitlemeas Iunsi.hing- Gidi.he e"vtr tl t1
ph-BsnreofeJliitHlirto Iris rrfc-nds ami cirsf-ww. -!
. " ai v$"Aji "" retail, on surf, !., M
he continently believes, rive entire sutisaciitMi.
His stock consists of Frock and Diw tWs. ot tt-
nety of style and pattern; do. do. Panta ami Vs-.i. Orw
coat-. Box CiMts, Ac. Ac; Hats and Caps. . ,ri-. a
lueut; Carjiet Rags. Trjnks, SHrKOJbiW. St.fcf r-v.
uwuj. $ti.ttl'"F" as-,'rtwent of JtWrr "
Pocket Hdifs.. Ac ; afi of which are new, w,c puru-. . a
the best lioasei m the lstenicities expicsl i'.;, tu.
ThanWdfWtJieHbeTalptnge henrtcwuwi. , v.n
btznvho Invites an examination into bis prrrert sti. -k t t
prices, as he defei mined to spare no twuhs to jJeav h
thends and customers. 1
. . H SULZBACKEU, Ar,jr.
septSS-jni No ,v Maiktta
CTEAMER NASHVILLE fog.
O THOS. BIJ.LSNYDEit.MA.TWc Ih.s jgSZiN
superior Steamer having been ttioronn'!.Iy jgjKrgg,
oierhauled, during the post summer, is now in ej.-y, ,
dcr.and will resume her regular trips ia th? Nrw Ol!--s
and Nashville trade, on tin first rise of water.
Fiirfreigtorpa..sage,liaviDg excellent actoiruin'a .
OTE.VMER IROOUOIS, C PE- ipsnc,-
O TERSON, M tsTEa. i-hissplwdid steani- Ll
er, having been thoronghly repaired, will run ftEHfiS
Nea regular lacket iKtween this Port and
Frw Orleans, and will leave the first na of water, i
eight or Passage apply to J. K. YEATMAN.
NEW 0RLEftNH AN3 "MEMPHIS U. S. MAIL PACKET,
' I ""HE splendid new natamrrrr tm-
X IL R. W. DILI Tho. Ntwrr,Ma-
ikt, win run in met aoove trade Ibis sv-i
sou, leavirg Meoipbis Cn her first trinon
Saturday, the 22d or Oetober. Tlie HILL -counecfj -Mempms
wiUi the Nashville and Mernphs V. S, Mail Pacl
ets,and will give through Uckets frtmi New Orleans ti
The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, w J
leave Nashville every Wednesdav, at t PM.trith freta.l
ard passengers for the HilL '
i II iffl msa
aV II.11L.1U. f .
A L. DAVIS. )"
NASHVILLE AND "M"E"MPTTTS UNITED STATES HAIL
-T-70P.MEMPHLS, NEW ORLEANS. ST. A
I? LOOIS AND LOUISVILLE-TRY -7?f:
WEEKLY The Snlendid X.-- m.,.-?!
QlMm.H ffwn. tlnMn.. T O . . . I..- L .
-'. -' v.... ua niiaiiu Ngiu .1.1'.., r. . I, .
st, will leave Nashville every Mondnv, Wedoaailsr and I'r
day, at fl o'clock P. JL, connecting at Palucah with the da
ly Louisville and St Louis U.S. Mad Huts, and at Men
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, II
It. W.Hill, Geo. Collier, and Jlarv Agnes, giving; tbroiijc'i
tickets frsm Nashville to either of "the point above named
"Hie accommodation of this bne cannot besui-passed. and
passengers will find it briar tire ..neediest men as of lral
either North orSnilh-
For freight ortxissnge aprdr to
A. U DAVIS,
- 0010 , AReatsatNashvilV.
NEW OSiVEAlfS AND NASOTILLE 2EQIILAE "PAS
T ELLE-KE Y, PEYTON A. KEY. , f""PS"K
cent Steamtris now nndetgoinga thorough JsJgSfe
Packet in tho above trade as soon as there is efficient water.
- .1 :it j - .,
nun nut cuuunueuunngttie entire H-ason.
In point of speed, comfort and safely, the BELLE KEY
unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, with the loc
experience of her gentlemanlr Commander and the a
knowledjed business capacity ofher l"lerk ( 5lr. Lewis Norli
eni,) enables as confidentlr'to recommend her to tlx buss
nessand travelling comm'unitr. Jlr. Northern w-JI g vo
prompt personal attention to hllingorders for Groceries, &
pgf" A share ol patroaake is rwiiecifnllv solicited.
JOHNSON, HORNEA CO,
ang27 Im Agents.
Nashville, Louisrille and Cincinnati Itegnlar
THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, .pai lv
STATESMAN. IL G. JlcCouas. Master, tl?
JOHN P.TWEED, DavioMillahd, Master,.
win maae regular mps in the above trade, leaving Naso
vine every luesrlay, at 4 o'clock, P. JI. Returning;, w. 1
leave Cinciunatt every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock. P. Ji.
. The above boats arj A No. 1, and are officered by expe
ri creed-business men, who will be thankful for orders fx
mercliandise. and promise to give sabsfactioa to all who
may entrust businets to their care.
sepU7-tf JOHNSON. HORNE A CO.
Nashville aud I-oJiivillc Weekly Packet,
"WM. GARVIN, C. T. HEEDER. Mahter.
THIS splendid Steamer Is ne-iriv com- (TSt-- p.
pleied, and will be at Nashville the first Utlrtetm
rise of fhr river. She will carrr 4 - tons tmltBMimtfm
and her accommodations for paisttJjrers arcunequaled bv
any bout of fur dimensions, irbe will b commanded br
Capt C". T. REEDER, long and Uvorablr known toour
corrunimity, and the Cumberland river trade, generaCr
She trill make regular weekly trips. leav.ng-Lcsiisvillnoii
TUESDAY'S and Nashville i,, FRIDAY'S; at 4. o'docr
P. M. At tbe former pkee pc-engers w3l find various
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey thetn to any poim
of destination they may desire, vie Tbe old esUblishedUxs
to Cincinnati; Union hne to Wheeling; Pittsburg' and Lrms
isville hne; Jefferson Railroad, Ac, Ac. All aiferding ti
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
t3J AH orders will be filled as low as at Cincinnati,
FtF For Freight or Passage, apply to
KptOtr HENttYT. YEATilN, Agent
ST EAM ER E. HOWARD. R. Y.
Norrrntucr, Master This splendid
steamer is now in fin. mt...,! 'u . -
a rItwcket dririnKthe season between this port ana
New Orleans. She will leavu on the first rise ol water.
x nciut w. yoazafle apply lO
Saint Louis and Nu-hville Seiui-WeeUf Steam
Alf Om Vaft Mittxa.
cvillt) -V t it I -a . ... -.---
tr in fTiimlSaPTlnH nsrsr tarl :.
- . . - s J) - V4 VUUililUC ill Sasss
the trade during the season, laving Nashville and S
every Tuesday and Saturday at 4P.1I. For freight
rrw rt4TTvlrlTiiBrtprnaa1 siiwHn.n.. .I.i:
"-is- "-r j, .s Mwuiuiuuauuir.Bf appir 10
n8 I A HAJ1ILTO3. Agent
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now at smitniana, au been tliorooghly re-S atM
iiaitcu mejsv Bummer, ana wul resume her regular rricst
under the command of Capt JsJomvso!, between this
port and New Orleans, on tbe first nse cf water, and con
tinue until the season is closed. For freight or ri4z- ao.
plj to J0HNS0NA WEAVER,