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NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1853.
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IK STORE AXD FOR SALE BY
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ocM tf. ' ' " DfAsnviLLC, Tdw.
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ATTOHKEY AILAWASB 1AH3 AGE1IT.
IVoro Village, Texas. ,
'TT7Ti'Wi,',-'',d to thf collection ot debts, and the invfsti
V V gation and perfecting of land title in Texas:
!!. O 1.. O. Tomw,
Hon. JiATcic Gbt.e:,',
" 11. u KmiEr.
Governor f. It. Cxvrtanx..
" 11. Ik CtECTHiKS
-Jobk L. B:ury,
..1 . , "A1T KJfO.17 TEASELS'."
An. .'tw'traWe Book jvr 25 crnli. "Every Emily
should fovea Copy"
rpWENTY THOUSAOT'ttesWdinleM raWjgpj
L t!un b TamfaC A dw caition, revUed A&!j&fy
and itupr.iwii. ir.-,t tsFtted. CTS tC ' "tr
Dr. JIC.STEK'S MEDICAL MANUAL
AND HAND BOOK fr tbe AITL1CTEIJ containing an
mttliiwofloeongiB, ptgress,tieKtmeut and curcof every
funn of iHtew, contracll By prorniscuotn scrual inter
otirse, Lf felf abo or by eexutl excess, with adrico ior
their prevention, written in a larmlmr s,tvi, uvoimng all
delicate or trirat nature.
To whtoh 4ted receipts for the cure of the above di-i-o-'e-i,
and a treatise ni tlx-chum:-, si nipuins and cure of the
l'erer and Ague.
TttTmo.sr or rut Yvnr. of Ometiucs lx Peer. Cot
iwe. 1'BiLiWiU'iUA. DR. HUNTER'S JiEMCAL -MAN'.
C AIa Tlie antuor of Uiis work u-iltke the majority ol those
works who advertise to cure the uisecte of wluch it treats,
a graduate of txw f the best Colleges in the United
State. It atforth tn pVauire to recoaimend bim to the
unfortunate, or to the new of malpractice, on a suocessinl
cud experienced pructiii'iocr, in whe Iiouorand integrity
ber uiay'plifjc tne irretet confidence.
JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D.
I'aoM A. WocnWAHD, M. D.,orPtxir. CxtvsaiaTr, PniL
adcltsia. It gire inc pleas'tre to dd my testimony to
tbeproSes'iottal ab.lity of the Author of the "Medical Man
ual. Nurocrou-ca of Di.es of the Genital Organs,
tome of (beta of long standing, liare come under my no-
lice, in Wllicn tw still 1M Hern nuniresi in restoring u er- ,
fpet beeltu, in stune UKUnoes wlwrc the patient has been
ootuiiderea leyond medical Hid. In the treatment of Semi
nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the lunctions.prodnccd
ly self abiae or exc ot venprr, I do not know liit supc-i.m-
in the profr-fewn. I Inve'been acqnaintoJ with tho
Actltor some thirty years. aaJ deem it no more than justice
to bim, ai well us a kindue-s to the unfortunate victim ot
carlv indiscretion, to reeo:nnind hitt as one, in uboe pro
ressloaal skill tmd tBtegritv, tliev rat.y safelr confide them
selves. " ALF. WOODWARD, M.D.
J"l"bis Is, wi'hont exception, the mast conipreheiiMve and
intelligible ro j ubliahed on the chws of diseases which
it treats. A'vt!dirjgal! technical tenn, it addressed itself
to the reason of its readers. It is free from all objcclioua
ble matter, and no parent, liowever fastidious, e
to placing it inthc baadscf his Mint. The autliorhas de
votl man vtrs to the treatment of the various complaints
treated of, aid "with too little breath to puff,' and "too lit
tle freaampuon to impose,' Ik lias offered to the world at
the merely Domiiui price el 2i cents, tins fruUs of some
twenty years most successful practice "
"So teadieror p.irent should be witliout the knowledge
iaipartedin this invaluable tvori:. It would save years of
pain, rasHtifiklijB an4 terrow to the youth under their
oiiarge." Pf"7t't A J rafale.
A Pre.bjtwMn cle-grauin Ohio, in tvrlting of "Hun
ter's Modical Manual,' nayic "Thousands upon thousands
ofcar youth, by ev:i cx.niiple and influence of the passions
have been led into the habit f tclf-pollntion witb-utrealU-iBg
the sis and feirful c.neqiiencfs upon themselres and
poster; tr. The cii-tituti'ins of thmnsudswbo are raising
Unaln s hare been cufeebh-d, if not btoken down, and they
do not know th- c.-'ie or the cure. Anything that can be
done o to enlighten an 1 infhience the public mind as to
check, and ultimately to remove this wide t-pread souiceof
iinma'i wrct-hedneis, would coaler the greatest Weeing
next to toe religion of Jesus Christ, on the preentand
ooming gcner.itio:if. Intemperance (or the use of inioxi
ratin.T drinks. ) ihoutrh it has slain tlmusands ution tliouv
anda, is net a greater .--courge to the human race. Accept
my than as on
liehalf of tlie nlllicted. snd.vour co-worker m I
tlie cood work vou arc ho acliroly engaged in,"
r.n.tj'inv in nnr it-irt. c tbe united IStales lor 2j cents, or b I
ttostftgo, taany junVtf tbe United States for
COmes lorf 1- .aiis idwi paui,;
Publislicrs. Cor US, Philada.
Ilooksriler-i, Cs.tirasers and Rook Agents stippltrd on
the moat liberal term. fept-Jf- ly
UNITED STATE3 HOTEL.
aHEa'iore HOTEL is now open for the reception of fc,,
I'ERMAXENT AXD TRANSIENT HOARDERS. JHfel
Tl", le;esblished and well-known Housohas under
cciie a rjjorwigh alteration lliroug'iout, and furnished with
lecaod Luslnoieblf KURXITUIIE.
Toe TAULE wnl always be supplied with the BEST tie
market afford; and Ihe 'l'rojirieuir trusts, by a systematic
ooarsc, both, willi wnajits and tlie reguktious ofihehotii
tBcrally, be win be enabled to give ontire satisfaction to
anise that mav favor him with their patronage
txr.W --lvtcw JX07V. S1T.RAS
CIEto in KcCobibs' New Building, on Cherry Strent
JifLn"i Oiijdtnct arm Cnion-.
,leMJ T-w RssiotxcK
STiiTi E O. -A DARK BAY MAR E AU O L'T
eight esrs old, tifieen hand? high, heavy mane and
tail, oaehind foot white, supposed to be witli foal. Infor
nnt'ioa of the animal will be liberally rewarded by calling
nt Price' Livery stable. XovlC -tf.
AIA'ARLE DAVEI.I.IXt; 1IOITJ-E FOR
SsAlA Tlie undersigned offen, for sale his residence
jiSpring cr Church Street, with tlie furniture ifdesired.
T. vnsdc known ou apnlication to
R. C. FOSTER, Sd.
Orin my nbsenre fo Q. M. VOGG. '
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V "ifriiPATiiNT aiEbicixi: house w e ,
respeorTully beg leave to ntako known to the jmhhe I
that wehsvp d ii-arded from our Drng Store all Patent i
Bd Pnwir.et.irv Medicines, and henceforth will not engage
, :ii I,. .1 . .l
in the sale ot ttiem. unr woie aueauun wuiikt tic" jcti
to the prepa.aiio:i nn.l sal- of Leilimate Medicines, which
w. will rtiarraat to be o ti.e TmrVitt qtMlHr.
I'articfisar alivnnon given to tilling Bill and Prescrip
tions. Our prices will he t.un 1 to be as low as tlie lowest,
sr3 we arc determined not .to.be undersold by any iu this
market We keep no clerks in our eii-ploy but llmc ex
perienced in the business,
la conSrmati.w of sheMwie facts, all are invited to call
,. f.,r ihemselrcs. ST RETCH & ORR,
VlNeil and lietail Druggists, corner College ami
' Un-ma tm', lXa--hTi;l. j
TnrEtS7vrisJa. - " RH::t u atism can ,
r. unnl isH-irdUmmatorv. faci'ftl or chronic No
tnatter what form of tlie disease, h..w bad or how lovg
. standi ".! thec eftbt cJcbrtrd Vc(etabe iHtemJ !
remedv. Mott rt..ie s Ji.ieimii.tic vomyoo.iu
"Am: rii.ie s Jineunii.tic Ivtuuni.iu and liluod
For salcbT tue o-ilr Agent, in 'saswiville,
11 t!. SCOVEL.
riwt lli'Vf A URIC It HOLSE
V sEVEN ROUXS.KirClU-S, Ac. a 14 Vine street.
Xotes with the mot apjr cd
betvroen t- WK ana i.roaa
il. Applv at office No. Ciierrv st.
R. V. HIIOVV'X,
Real Ectate Agent
Lit '" . . .. i. is,
AII5ltH!Aft .w.vi "'"";
Seam iabsrs; 100 bbls AnteritHR Laundry Soap, in
mass, wirtswihisltrtdothework nf the laundry, in cold
water, either so, hard, or salt. For sile bv
ae-itSll W. 11. (KlRPOX A CO.
n'vri'AGN: 100 RAsiiE'i': cha.
j HuJk A Co.'s Champigne. n direct importation,
and the bt brand ever brouglit to this market Justre
ddtorleby jiaRT A nOLLIXGSWORTII.
JXVlGOR.VriXG CORDIAL, a Phenomenon in Medicine
Health Restored and Life Lengthened, by .
DK. MOUSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXIR OK CORDIAL,
For centuries. Modical science has been ransacking the
vegetable and imneral k1nrJcm.ln search of somotMni: that
should restore the lost or decaying energies of thenciyoja
ami muscular svstems, wunouiluearawhacit 01 eaDsequeai
prostration, vrMoa all ettcjaUnts, tonics, and narcotics bad
heretofore emailed. Tnat iomelhlliff has been found. ,Iti
avegelibla production, brought from tbo etorlle desert ol
Arab a tbeKlonv.bT the celebrated ProfMsorM. Mone.well
known at a dltiupulbed uiemberof the leading cientifle.
tnciouea 01 ilo uia world, and eijuaiiy lusunguisnea a
physician, a cbomist,andatraveler. Thejuicejorthlsherb,
concentrated and combined, vrllu other vegetable medicinal
extracts, are now producinj; reult heretofore unheard of,
In this or anvolherronntrr. At first the tjroncrtles attribu
ted toProf. MOKSE'3 IXX'lGOKATlKG JSLIXIK OK COK-
XJIAL were deemed fabulous. The public often ueceivoa
could nnt believe tbo simple and subllmo truths announced
by tba discoverer. But facts, undeniable facts attoatedby
fitnesses of the highest claw and charactf r, are now trt
umpbinir over all doubts. 1SUBEDUL1TY IS OVEG
THKOVX,by a. mass of toslimoDy -which Is perfectly Irre
sistible. Thu Elixir remedies, in all cases, tho deplorable evils
arising from a inlsuso or abuse of the various organs uhldi
make up the nonderfulmachlne called man. It restores to
1UI vigor every delicate function connected with that mys-'.w-ouecompound
agency of matter an.i mind, uecessarjto
tat re.nroduf tion ofhinnfiii t!fj.. 'fn n-nr, nt fp.rhlp. milf.
j cuitr frame, or defjcienlin vital power, It is recommendeoT
aa lueuuiy means oi couimunlcallng llial energy wuicn is
necesiarj to the proper .enjoyment or all the natural, xppc
titts.as wellss thohVher mental attribuU's. Its ber.ellclal
enacts are not confined to either sexor to any ae. The fee
,bleglil,tho ailine wife,thellsiJeas,ernevalecjoulh,lhoover
worn man 01 business, taevictlm ornervous depression, lite
lndhidual suffering from geneial debility, or Troin the
weakness of ji single organ, vlll all find Immediate, and per
manent relief from the use of thislncomparable renovator.
Tothoie who nave a predlspoiitiontoparalytistt will prove
acomplete and unfaillns safeguard azaidktthatterrlblenial-
ady. i'licro arc many, perhaps, who have so trifled uitli
their constitutions, that they think themselves beyornl the
reach of medicine. Let Dot even these despair. The Elixir
deals with diseaso as it exists, without reference to causes,
and will not only remove the disorder Itself, bill
Unbuild the Broken Const i till ion.
The derjnemen!s ol lbes)tera, leading to nervous dis
eases, andtho forms of nervous disease lltelf,ara so numer
ous that it would require a column to enumerate the mala
dies forwblca thli preparation Is a, specific. A few, how
ever, may be enumerated, viz: neuralgia, tic dolereaux,
headache, Incipient paraljsis, hy&tcria, palpitation or the
heart, spiral affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatu
lence, a pricking sensation in the Eesh, numbness, torpidity
Of tho liter, mental depression, weakness of tho will, in Ji J
position to move, falntnets after oxercUe, broken sleep and
terrifjtnc dreams, lnabilltj to remeln in one place cr posi
tion, weaknecs of the procreatire organs, sexual inenmpi
.tency, melancholy, monomania, flaor albus, sinking at tho
stomach, female liregularities, a chronic tendency to mis
carriage, emaciation, and all complaints growing but of a
freo" Indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that
does not proceed from organic causes beyond the reach of
. Whenever the organs to bo acted upon are frco from mal
formation or Btrlclural diseases it Is averred that
Morse's Invigorating Elixir,
will replace weakneis with strength, incapacity with eEclen
cy, irregularity with uniform and natural activity, and this
not only without hazard of reaction, but with a happy eff
on tbe general organization, try Bear In mind that all
maladies, wherever they begiu, finish with the ncrroua sys
tem,and that the pa rallzatlon of the nerves of laotioaand
sensation is physical death. Eearm taind als ,that f.r eve
ry kind of nervous disease the Klixir Cordial is tueonly re
liable preparation kllOKil.
Cure of Nervous Diseases.
No lanjaage canemveyan sdeqaale Idea of tho immed!
.ateand almost miraculous change which it occasions in the
diseased, debilitated and shattered nervous system, vhether
broken down by excess, weak b nature, or Impaired by lek
ness.tbe nnstrucgand relaxedorsauizatioulsatonco braced
re-vivified and built up. The mental tn-J phjslcal syintotns
of nervous disease vanish together nndor its IcQueiicc. Sot
lstho effect temporar); on the contrary, the rollel is perma
nent, for lha cordial properties of the medicine reach the
coustitntionitsMf, and restore It to Its norma." condition.
Well may the preparation bo called the
cflhe rdneteenth cuntury. It Is, as taeflrstscloutlfic manln
the world -would have tdraitted, that miraclo of medicine
heretofore suppo,ed to hare no distance.
A Stimulant thnt Entails 00 Re-Action.
Its force is nevorexpandod, asis thneeie with opium, alco
holic preparations, tnd all other excitants. The eff; of
these is brief, and It may well be said of him who takes them,
'Tho last state of that man is worse than tho first " But tho
Elixir is an exhilerant without as'mjle draw baci safo in its
operation, prrpetual in lis happy influence upon tho nerves,
themind.and tbe entire organization; it wlltulsi removed.',
pres'ions, cicitem? nt, a tendency to blush, sleepleisness,
dislike of society, incapacity lor study or buslnces.
Low of JIcmorr,J
Confusion, giddiness, rath of blood to thehesd. melancholy,
mental deoility, hysteria, wretchedneo. thoughts of selfde
stractiou.fear oflusanity, hpoclioi.dria-ls,ily.pej)a cccc-
rai jrosiraiion, irriiauiiii), nervuiisuess, inatiilliy to suep,
diseases inUdent to females, doa of tho propagating luno
tlnn. hysteria, monomania, varus terrors, palpiutionnfihe
haarl, ImjKitcncy, constipatlnii, etc., etc., from whatever
cause arisiugil is, if there isauy relianco to bo placed on hu
man testimony, absolutely infallible
A Jrcnt Jlcilicine for Fcinnles,
Tbe unparalleled effets of tMs great re'toratlve.ln all
complaints incident to females, mark n rew era in the an
nals of medicine. Thousands ef stimniuuts have been lu
TenUd t'ouandi or in vigoran's concocted all parporting
t jbe f pe"8? 1 in the vari a diseases and derangements to
wlue'a ihddellcate f irmatlon of woman render her liable
Tha result has hereto oro been uniform. TheM nostrums
navo indeed Imparted a momentary vivacitv to the nervous
systum, atransleut and delus.ve vigor to the muscles; but
this flash of relief has been succeadoJ by a depression nnl I
riuflitlnn crMl.r lh,n l.uf ra .m .v.. A...l t.a.,nn ..t i
Keen utteriytoparalyzethe recuperative powerorthenerves !
and the ritalorgantzallon, and finally to destroy the ucaappy
is presented ai a phenomena in the materia medica hitherto
unliears ol a stimulant without arcactioa.
Hie herb whichfo-ms Its main Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by allthegreat medical and pnarmacenllcal institu
tions of Europe to bo In this rccpsclc ui eeneris. Dr. Morse.
whose name is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov
ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exci-
ted bytto viauderfully Invigorating effects itnr.duccdupon 1
thenathes. In fact tho wonderful power of endurance, the ,
their uesert pilgrimages, lsaiinautaate ta tho use or this vi
An appeal is raado to
Every IToman of Sense,
who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, paics in the bach, or any other disorder, w he'.her pecu
liar ioncrsex,orcouimoiiin both sexes to give the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
or others, will End this t'ordUl aflerlhuy havo used a bottle
or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. In all direc
tinrs are to be louni the happy parents of lieIthyBjprlng,
who would not bavo been so,butfbrthls extraordinary prep
aration. And it Is equally potent for the nidny diseases for
which it is recommended, Ttious'iids of younr men have
been testored by usiugit, and notin a single instance has It
failed to benetii them.
Fcrhonsof Pale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored by ihe use of abottleor
two to bloom and vigor changing the skin from a pale,yel
low, sicklycolor, to a beautiful fiorld complexion.
To the iliisguidcJ,
The-e aresomeof th cad and melancholy effects produced
by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back and
liinos, pains in the head, dimness ol eight, toss of muscular
poxer. palpitation of the hert, dysnepsis, r.i
ity, derangement or the digeeiivelanclions.gcneial debility,
i,SJSV,r the mind are much to be
., , . , . .... . .
, uii-uu' u. t-osui iiiviinir , eoiuusiuu 01 iuear,,oepresston Ol
spirits. evil rore-bodmg, aversion to fociety. slf distrust,
love of.olitudo. timidity, &c, are tome or the evils produced
All inus anucieu
Uefore Contciiiplnting JIarriase.
should refieci that a feound mind antt body are the most nec
essary rcquislies to promote connubial happiness; indeed,
without these, the Journey through lire becomos a weary pil
grimage, tho prospect hourly darkens the view; tho mind ho
comes shadowed w Ith despair, and filled with the melancholy
reflection that the hopjiiness ol another becomes blighted
with jour own.
Parents and Guardians.
Are often misled with respect to Uio causes and sources oj
diseases iu their sons i nd wards. How oficn do they ascribe
toothercaujesof wastlngof the frame, idiocy, madness, pal
pitation of tho heart, indigestion, derangement or the nur
voussystem, cough and symptoms indiciling consumption,
when the truth is, that they have been ludulgingina perni
cious though alluring practice, destructive both to mind
Dr. Mouse's IsvinoaATiNO Cordial lias been counter
felted by some unprincipled persons.
In future ell thegenulne Cordial will have the proprietors
fac-slmlle pasted over the cerk of each bottle, and the lol
lowlng words blow n In the glass
"UK. MORSE'S INVIOOKATir.G CORDIAL,
C. II. KING, I'ROPRIETOIt, N.Y."
Vp The Cordial Is pat up highly concentrated, in pint
Price S3 BO por bottle; two for S3 CO: six for12 00.
C. II. R1N, PROPRIETOR,
19J Broadway, New York.
Sold by Drnrglsts throughout the Unitsd Mates, Canada
and West Indies and also by W.t-'.tJKA Y, successor to
I'artwriertt A Armstrong,cornerorMarketand Broad itrects,
Nashville, Tennessee. oeteo d wd-tOra
W. F. GRAY, SOLE AGEXT,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Cedac Smnitr.
"CTT'OULD respectfully inform all who have any mc
V for the services of a Barber, that he has at th'S time
in his employ a number of the best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in
Nashville. His shop is lilted up neatly, and gentlemen i.iay
nlwavs confidentlv rely ujion prompt "attention and comfor
table' Slaving. He hopes to continue to receive a liberal
share of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows how to disci iuiinttte between "gilt and gold o'er
BELL A?ID DRASS FOUKEEY.
OXriHtXT. XE.ti: ItL'O-AD Si'REET,
TtlL" v!.J.i,.iVi.r-T- c Acniiis,l4iilittr v-ti 1 1 v vs, r. I.Ja
f? (hartVsto fee piiViic for past favors, and so-
JL,' lietUaonnttnmuicco! patitHiagctninc aoove
COi i'Etl-AXD SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Tivreli.er '.vitli everv description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ic Packings, Ralbit Mcttd and Casting?.
Smla Founts, Generators, AlePumps, and Tumpsof eve
ry description inanuli.ctiiied to order, ortcpaired at short
Casi i will be paid at all times for old copper and brrs s.
juneSi iy B. COLE.
C OUNTRVTlESlDENCI-: FOR SALET-r
Tbe subscriber offers forsalc his residence, situ- Sfjj,
ated about $ miles from Nashville, on the Murfrees- t
boro' Turnpike. It c.nsijts nf about CO acres, one-half iua
higli state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never
failing Springs; an extensive Orchard, containing a great va
riety of choice fruit-trees; with commodious dwcllingand ont
houses. A further description is unnccessarr, as these de
sirous to ptirchare can cm acd examine for themselves.
Terms One-third cash, and a credit of one and two vcars
on thebalance. If not sold privately before the 19th tost,
the premises will be offered at public Solent the Court-house
on that day. novS-tf S. J. CARTER.
; DRlJGaiSTS &c,
THK CKIPPLK, THE LA3IE, AND THE
StilTJointed, pan find relief in tliat External Remedy,
Chinexeltheutnatic Antcdotc !
- -A world's wonderful external Remedy, for man in lha
read fal dls ase Tbo Rheumatism!
"Feo j! jlng vegetable life sustain,
' Feel fo dissolving vegetate egaln;
All served, all s rtlng, nothing slnnds alone
Vhere fierce Khcumatiim its antidote must own.
Tho nerves, tendons, ligaments, fibrous meiiibrsne;.ap-n.
euroscs,and muvles, are the seats of Rheumatic Pains
Tic Doloreux, ?'euralgia, Gout, Spasms, Palsy, loss of Mus
cular Power, wasting and decay of tho mnscles, .N'ninba'ii
Inability to move, Nervous Ilecdache, Crick in the Keck,
StirfJoint,"ioSpaeat;i Pains and Soreness, habitual Coll
" Ket, Painsin theSldo, the hip Joints and small ortheba'fc,
, weaknetefcf tho kidneys, spinal irritation, Peinalolrregular
ltlo(, swelled Joints, nervous organic disorders, cramp cl
lc,Tomttlng,'dead paUy, contractsd limbs, &c. Xov wc
3Icn of Kefinemcnt
Tiohavea juet appreciation ofTruth, and ask them in
alt candor irtha above is col true! That being granted,
wo now propose to ask you why isitlbat Internal remedies
are always resorted to in the treatment of auch diseases T
Vby give a raaira dozen nauseating doses of medicine for
-a swelling of the ancle T Why physic amn to death fora
few pains t Why give a man pills lor an affection of tho
niuscles? Ah, friends,"Ro sure it give ouo pill every
hour"has slain its thousands. Man's stomach was not de
signed for the purpose of a druj fibre.
Seize Upon Truth
wherever von find It. We offer a medicine which will net
devour your stomach, it n ill not interfere with yourregular
looJ.it will not prevent a healthy assimilation or jour di
gestive apparatus, but it is a powerful external stimnlant,
which opens the pores of the skiii,xciies the absorbent
system, penetrate 1 the nerves, miScles, and tondons and
ligamorts or the parts to whieh it is applied, producing a
a free circulation of blood through, the parts, stimulating
the'nerves. revivirying and building up ihe deadened tis
sues to which itls appl(ed.
The Chinese Rbcnmatic Antidote
s the onlv known remedvinthe vorld that will actually
and positively restore los of power and energy to a palsied
unio, replace me aeaacnoa.coniriicieu urau, wuaim anu
activity, remove all nervous obstructions, muscular con
tractions and dk-tortlons. loss'of loeling in the extremities.
In health, theromnst bo an equilibrium In the nervous and
circulatory )stems,andthis must bo brought about by ex
t 'rnai applications.
We know that our theory is a newone, acd will have Its
enemies, yet we appeal to every man's candid Judgment,
and Ask him If itls not the most reasonable treatment ever
ofered to man 1 Doubtless you will say, yes. Onr plan
has been fairly tested, and given universal satisfaction. In
the treatment of tho diseases for which It Is recommended,
it is creating a perfect revolution.
" Throw Physic to the Dogs !
Dut man oh. mostnoblestructure '. you were destined
to live a longer and happier life t
Rheumatism in nil its Forms,
even of twenty years standing, ylel Is at once to the magic
charms of this truly astonishing and wonderful external
combination. All persons effected with Gout. Uhuumstlc
Pains, Slin" Join'-S, Contracted and Distorted Limbs, Hump
Hack caused by muscular contractions, and loss of nervous
encrsrr. habitual cramss and Fpasnis. Iota of muscular mo
tions, spinal Irritation, weakness in the small of the back .
deep seated pains and so'e'ncssin tbe breast, stomach, side
anu loins, watiio away anu suruikingoi anj ui mu iimus
and muscics, are all speedily and permanently cured by the
use of one bptlle of llits medicine.
a sinking at the stomach, palp tstlon or lha heart, sic!: and
neTVrtui headiche, cold feet, nainsin the bowels and stom
ach, colic, die, can all be immediately cured by rubbing the
external surtace with a small portion of this highly conccn-
iraieu meaicicai compound.
The External Remedy for.llatt
Is destined to create a new era In medical science. The
3Iachi:ic of Han
is eaIly deranged, and the slightest interference at head.
quarters iiua stomach) interferes wiui the luiicttonai duties
ofeitherone of lis organs,producingan unnatural and un
healthy condition of man throughout.
llion why drag oat a miserabls existence, by gorging
you reeir with "a aose or medicine every hour,' Just because
it is prescribed byonoor the -'regular built?" Beware,
young lady, youn man, of so much " poisonous mineral
3Iothers and Fathers.
whohave In lhclr famllias any lo-ig standing cases of Khen
inaiisia, tiout, Nenratsia, contraeled limbs, female weak
ness, weakness all along the back, pain arosnd lhoklJnys,
deep 5nwil rareness In the breast, aid all deep seated pains
weTidvise you to send toosr agent and procure a bottle
of tbe new article, the new mode or treating such diseases,
and will Had relief never before known.
Physician Henl Thyself!
If you aresnffeririff with any ofiho above complain's, resort
to this remedy, and afier you arecured recommend it.
tbetwo greatest medical men of tho 0 say, "that the
External Treatment of diseases Is destined to create a new
era in tho history of Wedical Science." Anctherwrllerscys,
"ills treatment" is fcU commending itself to the Jlcdica
Is enred In all cases, by uing thisniedie.ne.
Vo wb ar." using yonr crutches, hobbling along through
this troublesome world, with a "stitch in the side" and a i
"catch inMhe back,'" will find certain and permanent re- j
lief in IhU External Medlt-inu. 1
'f there bo an) such in lbs city ol Nashville an surrounding
country, we admonish you to go to our Agent aud procure
a pamphlet and a bottle or the Chinese Rheumatic Antidote.
Put up 111 lare Bottles, with simple and plain directions,
aud told at STJW per bottle; twobottles for 5300.
A. S. YOTJA1T & CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lane, X. Y.,
to whom all orders should bo addressed I
For sale in Nashville by J. P. DKOMGOOLE, I
nov.'l Joiw "Only Ascot, 12 College street.
D0CX3B Y0UESEL-F! THE POCKET iSSCULAPIUS j
OR, EVERY 0XE HIS OWN PHYSlCrAX
' 1 ,"i'J iorttcta l.ilition, witli Uue
JL Hundred Engravings showing
T 1 " .. 1 If 1 . ' . I' .
irisrtntMTi anu aiaiiumiaucna ui uie
Human System in ever shape nail
form. To which is added a Treati.se
on the Diseases of Females, beinsrof
the highest importance to manied
people, orinosa contemplating mar
riage. JJy WILLIAM YOL'XU, M.D.
Let no father bo ashamed to me
sent a' copv of the JJSCUJLAriCS
to his child. It miv save him Irom
an early grave. Let no youtig man
or woman enter into tlm secret obli
gations of zniirriife life without reading tho POCKET !
-lESCL'LAPIUS. Let no one suffering lrom a hacknied
Cough, Pain in the .Side, restless nights, nervous leehngs j
and the whole train of Despectic sensations, and riven up i
by their physician, be another moment without consulting
the -ESCULAl'IUS. Have the married, or thoo uboutto
be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been the means of.saving thousands of unfortunate
creatitres from the very jaws of death.
t 1ST Any person sending TWEXTY-FIYE CEXTS cn
clasetl in a letter, will receive one copv of this work by mail,
or tire copies will be sent for One Dollar.
Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOCXG,
marchlS ly A7. 152 Sprwe St. lV-Ui'!tlihia.
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form their friends and the tiublic that
thev have taken the old stud of C. T. Watson. No.S),
Deaderick St., n here they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches." We will keep constantly on hand
an assortment of Carriages, v.liich we will disjiose of o:i
reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Woik entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best
rTBLACKSJIITHIXG. Everydescription of BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
t3TH0R.SE SHOEING. We have in our employ experi
enced HORSESHOKltS, and the public may rcl von gelt-'r'
their horses shod in the neatest manner. AllworVrert rpc
to our care will be under theimmcdiato superintiidj.cA. tl
tlie Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to givesat-i-slaction
to all. YVe respectfully solictttrom the public a
liberal share of their patronage.
fob 2 ly CflAU A SHEPHERD.
IEA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clark Street, Xasuviu.k, Thxx.,
Xextdour to jr. S. Frenrh't Own l!tie'iniin(t and ojf
jMit J'-rri cf- Scrc'.rji
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, tritb harness rvwJBj
to suit. All iwtik i1! ld by me is made at R.tfa.
lheCl.uk Street Manufiiclorv, and warranted, und will lie
sold on as good Terms, lor Cah or good notes, as any work
made X.irth or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may ltlv on getting it when
promi.-ed. All orders promptly attended to. marl5.
TT AXAWAY from the subscriber .oa the night of PA,
.lAi the 3rd icstM his negro boy AMOS. He isabout ?a
20 years of age, ." feet ;i or 10 inches high and weighs . tS
about 150 pounds. He is a bright muiit'o. liue straight
hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass him
self as n white man. He was rai.sed bv a Mr. Du"-ey, of
Spartanburg District, and was purchased by Capt James
Bonds of Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lurking in
tho vicinity of that town, or may attempt his escape ton
free State. He rode off a sorrel' horse ten or twelve years
old, w hich has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
and is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, holds
a tiDo head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
will be given for the apprehension of the boy and horse;
the boy to Iks lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses
for keeping tlie horse will also be paid.
Newberrv, S. C. Julv, W. G. XEEL.
THOMAS UODCC NBXSOX VALKKR.
HODGE A WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Dwsscrs, Sc., &c,
Xo. 13, Oi'nr rlrret.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer fo their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this citv. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who rive us a calf will
leave well satisfied. Ia addition to Barbering, Hair-Dressing,
Ac., we havo large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in theooun
trv. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
arid see with whatniagic we "make the hair Hy,"and what
a salutary effect our pure water his upon a wearied and
coUe bxiv. nugS tf
LAND WARRANTS. Wc are buying and pay ing
the verv highest prices for LAND WARRAX ia. Per
sons at a distance haviDg warrants to sell by scndiDg to us
bymailoroiherwise may depend on gettimj the highest
prices at which they are selling at the time in Xashvilie and
tbe cash remitted or paid to order.
july21 DYER PEARL A CO.
TNKS. ARNOLD'S COPYING INK; RED
X Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guizot's Carmine; Maynard
A Xoyes's Black, in all sued bottles; Pavson's Indelible Ink
by the dozen or single oottle. Forsalorjy
pov6 CHARLES W. SMITH, College street,
HENRY'S IXVUJORATKVO CORDIAL,
PURELY YEGETABLE IX ITS C0MP05ITI0X.
This Invaluable Cordial, is extracted from Herbsand Roots,
which have been found after years of experlence.by the most
skillful Ph)slclans, to be possessed of qualities most bene
ficial in the diseases for which Itls recommended, end heoco
whtlu it is presented to the public as au efficacious remedy,
itisalj-) known to bo of that character on which reliance
I msy be placed as toltsstfetv. In eases of Impotcucy, He
j morrhages, Disordered Kiertillty,Menst.-uation, orSoppres
I sion oflho Menses, Flour Albus or Whites, or for
arising from anycauso, such as weakness from sickness,
where the patient has been confined to bed for some time.
Tor Femalesafterconflnemant, Abortion or Miscarriage, this
Cordial cannot bo excelled in its salutary effects: or In ion of
Muscular Energy, Irritabllitv, Physical Pio'tiation, Semi
nal Weakness, falpitattan of tho Heart, Indigestion. Slegi
glshness. Decay of tho Procrcativo functions, Nervousness,
&c, whore a tosic Medicine is required, It will be found
equal, if not superior to any Compound ever used.
Ilenrj's Invigorating Cordial, Is one of the most valuable
Medicines In the many Complaints to which Females are
subject. It assists nature to bracx the whole systsci, check
excess, and creates renewed health aud happinexs. I.es
suffering, disease and unhappiness auioDg Ladies would ex
ist, were they generally to adopt the use of this Cordial.
Ladles who uro debilitate 1 by those obstructions which fe
males are liable to, are restored by the use of a bottle or tn o,
to bloom an-l to vigor.
That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence of man and
it is the young who are most apt to become Us victims, from
an ignorance of the danger to which they subject thamselves,
Weakness of the System, and Premature Dcay. Many of
you may now bo suffering, misled as to tbe cause or source
of disease. To those, then, who by excess have brought on
themselvus Premataie lihnotencv. involuntary hemlnal
Kmisslon?, Weakness andShrivellingof the GeaitalOrgans,
Nervous Affection, or any otherconsequeocosof unrestrain
ed indulgence of the sensnil. nastlons, occasioning the ne
cessity or renouncing thfj felicities of
lessening both mental and bodily opacity. Hold I Hcnry
InvigoratlngCordlal, a Medicine that Is purely Vegetable,
will aid naturu to restore those important functions to a
healthy state, an' will prove ofservice to you. Ikpossesaes
rare virtues, isa general remover of disease,and strenglh"
ener of the system.
As a Tonic Medicine,
it Isunsurpzssed. We do not place this Cordial on a fooling
with quack medicines, and, as Is customary, append a long
ltt of Recommendations, Cert'flcales, &c, beginning with
''Hear what the Preacher says," and such tike; itls 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 oz Pan n el Rottlcs,aud is easily recognized bv
thu Mauafacturor'ssignatnreontlie label of each Bottle, (to
counterleit which isforgoryO as well as the name blownln
Sold for S2 per Bottle: Six Tr SS $1S per dozen.
Prepared only by ti. E. COHEN, N'o. 3 Fraiulin Row, Vine
street, below Eighth. Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all OR.
liERSmastbe addressed. For sale by ell respectable Drug
gists and Merchants throughout the coun'ry-
For sale atthe Patent Medicine Depot.No. 12 College St.;
by J. P. D.-omgoole, wholesale Agent ferthe State, and ouly
igent in Nashville.
AGI'E AND FEVER, OR CHILLS AXD FE
VER Cl'KEO 11 Y SMITH'S TOXIC SYRUP. This
jusVy celebrated Medicine has for many years maintained
Its superiority over all oilier remedies, lor the safe, certain,
sreedy, and permanent cure of Agueand Fever, or Chills
ami Fever, whether of short or long standing: and In no
cmso will It fall to euro, if the Jircctlousare strictly lollowed
and carried out.
This remedy has been extensively ned throushout the
States of Kentucky. Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, hennsylia
nia, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois. Mis-ourl. Texa,
Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Iioalsiana; and has per
manently cured over Five iirNDtiKDTnocstvND eases, in all
its varied forms, many urwhlch had been or from one to
threoyears' standing, a'pd bad resisted all the usual reme
died known In the country: and in no case did this Medicine
fail where the directions were properly followed. Such Is
Its invariable snceess, that a lar.ro number of respeclahle
Practitioners oT Medicine, In various parts cf thn conr.try,
use and prescribe it in preference to quinine andall other
1 he public are assured that it isnotonly certain in Its ef
oc: as a Tonic, but being composed entirely cf vegetable
medicines, is perfectly innocent in altcasesor circum
stances, audmay begiven to females, infants, and all per
sons or debilitated end deli. ate con'tltutlom, without the
least Tear wbatnvernf aiiyiinploasanteffcct.
This Medicine is composed of article! of the prlmest and
purest quality, and Is ahvajs uiado by tho proprietor iu per
son, after the o.tablisbed forms of pharmacy (which cannot
be slid of tho maay Tonics now flooding tho Western and
Southwes'eru country ) and la this rejject alono is rendered
grnst'y superior to the remedies usually prepared and said
In the country.
By its aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad
ded' to its Tonic qualities, it is rendered eminently superior
to quinine and other remedies as a general and popular
Topic in all cases w hatevcr, where Tonics are proper to be
administered. Ihe proprietor, therelore, respectfully in
vites practitioners and tho public generally to give It but a
fair trial, and they will then to convince! of Us great supe
riority over a 1 other remedies hot, in use for the purpose
Pi rsonsliviLg in districts of country sntject to Agueand
Fever, I hills ami Fover,or ililious Fevers, would do well
to keep a supply ofthls valuable remedy always on hand.
The proprietor has now in his posesion tliousandsof cer
tificates of its value, given by persons whohave usedit. with
many letters from merchants who havo sMd it largely In
their country, ls w ell ai from mauy respectab e Practioners
w ho have used it iu preference to other remedies, at'esting
its value. J. P. UROMGOOLE,
No 12, Colllge street, Wholesale aud Retail Agent, Nash
ville.Tenn. declO ddctri w.
170R RENT. A HOUSE CONTAINING SIX
JL rooms, ic . on the Murfrees.boro' Pike. 1j miles from
Nashville. dcc7 R. A. BALLOWE. General Agent
DR. J. B. MARCHLSI'S CELEBRATED
CATHOLICOX, for the relief and cure of suffering
remaies. it stanos pre
eminent for its curative
powers in all diseases ror
w hich it is recommended,
Of these are frolapsus
Uteri, or Falling or the
Womb; Flour Albus, or
Whites; Chronic Inflam
mation and Ulceration of
the Womb; Incidental He
morrhage, or Flooding;
Painful. Suppressed, and
itc, with accompanying
evils, (Cancer excepted,)
no matter how severeorof
how long standing.
The Catholienn far sur
passes other remer'ies, in
being more certain, less
exneusiv e. and leaving tbe
systom in a better condition. Let all Interested in such a
remedy call ano obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ample
priof, rrom highly respectable sources, oftha happy r suits
of Its use, together with letters from first-class experienced
physicians, who have used It ill their practice, and speak
rrom iheirown observations.
Rtrinisras.- P B. Feckham, M. D., Utica, N. Y., I.. D.
Fleming, M. D.. Canandalgua, N. Y., M. H. Hills, M. I).,
Rochester, N. Y., D Y. Foote, M. IX, Syracuse, X. Y., Prof.
Dunbar, M. D , Baltimore, Md , J. C. Orrick, M. D , Balti
more. Md., W. W. Reese, M. D., New York City, V.'. Pres
cott, M. D , Cancord, N. II., J. P. Newlaad, M. D., Utica,
Pamphlets had gratis at Joit-c P. Dromooole's Patent
Medicine House, College street, Wholesale and Retail
Agent Nashville, Tennessee.
ALSO. For sale by
Da. F. S. Woidridge, Franklin,
IshahA. Ecklis,S' ringfleld,
JiMuT Basiiiw. Gallatin,
Cook & Owk, Lebanon,
Ceocxct V; Ridulc, Murfrcesboro.
LtXtrr nllrtllti to .Vessrt. Brach Uroxnlon, Agents at
Jftwberry C. JI., S. C, iy Rtv. C. S. Beard, cf samt State.
Glcns Sfrikos, Jan.Olh, 1?53.
Messrs. Ilticil & Browsson Sirs: I send for another
bottle of your "Marchisi's Uterine Catho'.icon." My wife
has been afflicted for eleven years, and a variety of means
has been resorted loforrelief, but none was obtained until
I received this medicine from you. Its infliieuco seems al
most magical: there was a manifest Improvement f.omthe
day It was taken.
As there are a great many females in cur country laboring
undo r the affliction for which your medicine proposes a
remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend It to all such.
(Signed.) Clocoii S. Beied.
JT J. B. MARCfllRI & CO., Proprietors, Central De
pot, KOI Broadway, N. Y. novSt.
DR. 1VM. McLANE,
IXTjIAK AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Xashvillt
and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
deuce of fourteen vcars in the South, and permanenilyla.
cated himself in South Nashville, nt the comer of W aslt
ingtonund Pearl streets, where he may at all times be foum
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing' cases oi the following diseases, viz Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hcmoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Heuioragcs; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, .Mer
curial and Venereal Taints oft!. e Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, AVorms and various other Diaeasca incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLaue hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Pmfessiou and the degree of success that lias attended
hiscflorts heretofore, toobtjin the confidence and patronage
ol the sicU and amictea.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WJL McLAXE.
57"AI1 1, ltersaddressed,post-paid, nt South Xashvilie.
J LUABLECITY PROPERTY FORSALE
r The underlined beintr autherized b v a resolution of
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Xashvilie,
at its meeting on the 1-1 th instmt, to dispose of the following
valuable pioperty, to wit
Lots, Xos. 22 and 23, on tbe west side cf Summer street,
fronting on said street 30 feet and running back 210 feet to
on alley, on which there is a two story BRICK TEXEMEXT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt, Also, Lot Xo. 23,
situated on the west side of Cherry street, south of Broad
street, fronting on Cherry street 53 feet and running back
ISO feet, on which there are TWO TEXEMEXTS, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots wUl be divided
to suit purchasers. For a moro particular description ot
said lots, reference can be made to Book X'o. 14, pages 600
and 60 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
nt PUBLIC SALE.
The above named property will be sold on a credit of one,
two and three years. Notes payable in Bank without inter
est, with good endorsers, and a lien retained until tbe pur
chase money is paid. W. II. H0RX, Mayor.
ATTEND TO THAT COUGH. FRO THE
convincing testimony which accompanies Dr. C. Wil
liams' great Coucrh remedy we cheerfully recommend this
most valuablo anu scientific preparation to all persons Inter
ested, from the helpless Invalid who is living without hope,
to the sufferlngpatleiitwho Is writhing under the first at
tacks of that fd! and relentless destroyer Cossumptiok.
Ihls superior preparation is remarkably pleasant lo the
taste, audhasthe siDgnlar peculiarity for medicine, or Im
parting a delightful flavor; and Is so spoedy in its opera
tions, that patients plainly feel Its good effeetsln a few min
utes after taking the first )oe. It will be found to be a
quick and positive remedy for arresting the formation ofTc
bleclbs on TOE Lexus, and removing those already formed,
and also, to be the speediest and most effective of all medi
cinal agents In the cure of all other diseases of tho Throat,
For full descript'ons ofits merits, virtues, dtc, see Pamph
lets to be had of the Agents.
For sale Wholesale and Retail, and on Agency by J.M.
ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the General
Agent for this popular and valuable preparation at tbo city
of Nashville and surrounding country. It Is also fgr sale by
the following Druggists :
BERRY & DKMOVILLK.
GEORGE W. HENDEKSH0TT,
JO. G. BROWN.
J. H.CURKEY, Nashville.
E. C.CLOUSTON, ) .
F. S. WOLDKIDGrL, 1 rrulla,I.
HAWKINS TOWLER, Columbia.
And by all Dmggl'tsln every town in the State of Tennes
see, and all the Sonthern and Western Slates.
DRU & STORE.
Cornerof Market and Broad sts., Nashville.
S SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT AND
ARMSTRONG, 'Wholesale Dealer in Drugs, Med
icines, Paints, Dyes, Glassware, und Variety Goods,
Corner cf Broad and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee. Would respectfnlly inform the public that he has
purchased the stock of Cartwright & Armstrong, Druggist),
corner of Broadway and Market, where he intends keeping
a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Turpentine. Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Glass Ware,
and airothsrarticlcs usually kept in Drugstores, together
with a slock of variet'.es suitable forthe Countiy Trade.
Druggists, Merchants, Physician, Manufacturers, and
Planters, are invited to call and examine tbe stock before
purchasing elsjwhere, as he is determined to sell at such
prices as will give satisfaction to all; tbe quality of the goods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock having
been purcha-ed in the East since purcliastng the stock, will
enible him to compete with any house in tlie South west He
offers for sale low for cash, or "on time to punctual men
ouo gallons Tanner s OH; lbs Litharge;
10 bbls Linseed do;
loOOlbs Venetian Eed;
40 bxs lioon's Scotch Snuff;
20 bxs Garrett's da do;
4 bblsMacaboy's Snuff;
MO los Aqua Aroonia;
2"ii lbs Spirits Nitre;
500 fis SulDhuricAcid:
5 bbls Lird do;
4 bbls Epsom Salts;
5or Jus Ear J-ogwood;
200 It-s Madder;
175 lbs Muriate of Tin;
500 lbs Alum:
2."i0 lbs Gum Camphor;
SOOOlbs Slip Carb Soda;
&o gross.u Lane s ermu ge soo Hs Nunc do;
20 gross Falmstock's do; 500 lbs Muriatic do;
50 gross Mustang Linament; 10 IbsSvuipIod Iron;
500 tts Red Lead;
Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac, taken in trade at mar
ket prices. octSO
THE GE.EFENHERG 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 the prevention
and cure of fevers in general, all Billious and Liver com
plaints, Costiveniis, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action
of the bowels, S.ck Headaches, Influenza, Asthma, and a
variety of other chrouicl diseases, and in line for all fami
lv uses. Price, with full directions, 25 cents per box.
' For sale by ALEX MACKENZIE,
dec3. No. 17, College street.
And by every Druggist in the Slate.
THE GREFENBERG DYSENTERY' SYR
UP. Is an untqtuled remedr in all cases ot BOWEL
COMPLAINT and ASIATIC CHOLERA, if taken with the
first symptoms, viz: Vomiting and Diarrhoea. In tlie past
wo ye'irs, it has cured thousands in this State of BLOOD Y
FLUX, when all other remedies had failed.
Price, 0 cents per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE,
Agent, College street,
And for sale by every Druggist in the State.
ARMIALL'S UTKItlNirCATIIOLICON .
For the disease of Females, is one of the most extra
ordinary anil valuable medicines now extant It is prepar
ed by Dr. Tnos. PoMKnor, of New York,. an Alopathic
Physician, who has practiced successfully in Utica, New
York, forty years. Its discovery was thereult of chance,
while expenmentingon remedies ior a totally diflcreiit train
of disorders. For s'x years it has been tested in every part
of the world. In the State of 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 Deverfails to re
lieve the most distressing symptoms. I am permitted by
William Parkes, Esq.. of Lawrenceburg, to state that in a
few weeks it completely cured hisnegto girl, who had been
lor lira years in the hands of physicians who had not been
able to relieve her.
For sale by everv Druggist in the State, and bv
dec. Xo. 17, College street Xashvilie.
TaTXJODEN WAKE. We have just received tioni
N'ew York, purchased there at the lowest rata for
Wooden Bowls, with choppers;
Rolling Pins Beef steak Mauls;
Pastry Bowls, Lemon Squeezers,
Lignum Vitas Faucits, ooden Spoons,
Wooden ladles, Potatoe Mashers,
Towel Rollers, Bung starts,
Cocoa Shell Dippers, Hearth Brooms,
Rat and Mouse Traps. Clothes Pins,
Juniper and Cedar Woods, Brass aud Iron bound Palls
Bed cords, cioines Lines, jiutier Spades,
Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine Balls.
dec2 ' SXOW. MACKENZIE ACQ.
BRUSHES ! BRUSHES ! Steele's best bell
shaped Dusters, of all sizes, fancy 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,
Crmnb Brushes, Tea Cup Mops.
Buckskins for polishing plate furniture.
For sale by SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
dec2 House Furnishine store, 17 College st
A IDS TO HOUSEKEEPING. Manilla Door
.3 Mr.ts, plain and fancy;
Alicant Mats,, three sizes;
Jute Mats, plain and fancy of all sizes;
Coir Mats, various patterns;
Fancy Border Mats, with wood centres;
Sheep Skin Mats, all colors;
Open Mats, from 3 to 3 feet each;
Oil Cloth Table Mats;
Palm Leaf " do;
Chinese Tableand Tea Mats.
The above articles tire for sale at lower prices than they
hare ever before been offered in this city.
dec2 SXOW, MACKENZIE k CO.
GUN POWDER.-JUST RECEIVED AT
my Powder Deport
500 kegs Hazards Kentucky Rifle Powder;
280 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. Forsaleby S. II. LOOSilS,
nov24 lm Arcnt tor the Hazard Powder Co.
WXTED atthe South Nashville Furniture Factory, 6J
good SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of 1 U' inch Walnut Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,000 do Walnut Scantling; 8 feet long, 4, 5 A 6 in. gq're;
100,000 do Cherry ' do do do;
100,000 do 14 inch Cherry Tlank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50.000 do 2 do do do:
50,000 do Ash,nmgingfromlto5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Cdh will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or 0 good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or2eood UP-
uvjLo ai-ivo. avoue uufcgwu vvorKmenneea aprjlv.
-T ADIES WINTERSHOES AYE ARE NOW
lj opening direct irom the most fashionable Eastern
Ladies' winter Gaiters, assorted colors;
do Kid, Morocco and CalfSkin Boots;
do Buskins and Slippers;
dd White Kid and Satin Gaiters;
do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes.
In addition to a large assortment on hatidfor Ladies, Ges
tlkxot, Misses, Bora, and CraLDruw, adapted to th teaton
to which we invite tho attention of purchasers, wholesale
and retaiL A.B. A C. W. ROBERTSON,
nov23 Xo. 45 College street
CANDLES. K0 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Sperm do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
For sale by in&y28 EDWARDS HARRIS.
WINES AND LIQUORSjTHREE IIUX
dred bbU Leond'a Rectified Whisky;
100 do Pate's do do;
50 do Robertson county D D Whi.-kv;
40 do Old Mor.ongahcU do;"
25 bbls old Bourb'n Whts'y 50 baskets Champagne;
100 do American Brandv: a nines Hnl!nil Tm-
S0 do N E Rum; " in boxes asnrft C!.t&Z
do S M Wine;
do Walker's Winter
iSO bbls Oh! Port Win-
20bblpure Peach Brandy;
10 bbls Apple Brandv;
.111 lwv.ll..l. V1-I-
- haif-pipes Madeira and 20 boxes assorted Brandies;
8 Jtfpipea Old Brandy;
In store and for gale by ocioo. BEX It NOEL A CO
SUNDRIESTfoj, E HUNDRED AND FIFTY
bags prime Rio Cofr-
100 hM.r Flour,
Im hbUtfS bbJs St Louis city Mills
?.XX "OKeboi ed Molasses; 2 casks Madder.
iXX ,"";a??r-noc.8e "4: 1W boxet Glass ware:
100 Demijohns, assorted;
20 bblJ Crashed Suga?
50 bags Gittoa Yarns;
10 casks Soda.
a tierces iiice;
5 ecroens best Indigo;
10 hags Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store and for sale by
BEX. M. NOEL A iO.
McCREA Jt TERRASS,
CcrnsrofSroad and CoUege Streets, HashTille, Tena.
Agent for Smith' nttdmrghm! JV&Hn$, A"-L"X, and
PALE ALES, PORTER BROWN STOUT.
UAVEnowinstorethefoUowing, which fliey will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
125 Bbls G W Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summeruse;
150 " Kennett Brand equal to the best ScotcKAle;
100) do do for family use;
20 Casks Bottled do;
may22 ly b. o.
LEI ALE!! 100 BARRELS .SMITH'S
celebrated Ale, received by Georgetown, and for sale
MCUKEA i TEKKASS,
I) LOWS ! PLOWS! I J50 BIT PEACOCK
. Plows, just received bv Georgetown, and for sale low by
McCREA A TERRASS,
LANGHOKNE .V AR3IISTEA1FS TOBAC
CO 50 boxes just received by the Monticello, and for
sale low by MeCKKA ATERR.SS,
pov-7 ' Broadivar.
SPICES. 20 BAGS SPICES;
20 bags Pepper; 20 bags Ginger,
Received this day per steamer llartsvilie;
DOV22 jrCREA A TERRASS.
JAYA COFFEE 10 PACKER'S Bi:sTOLD
Java Coffee, received per steamer llartsvilie
"Q M'CREA A TERRASS.
MADDER I CASK BEST Ilb'i CII JI AD
der, reoeivcl to-da.
nov2J ' M'CKEA A TERRASS.
PORT WINE-20 BARRELS PORTVINE-,
received by M'CREA A TERRASS.
RANDY 10 CASKS SIGNETT AND DP.
pny Brandy, received per steamer Harts vvtle.
no vita M'CREA A TERRASS.
rrv DOZEN BUCKETS FOE SALE MX
)Unovi2 ?i'K?4 A TERRASS.
MACKEREI-O BARRELS jTaCKeTTelT
SO half bbls Mackerel; 30 kits do;
Just received and for &ale low by
JOUXSOX,H0RXE i CO .
, nT- . Broadway.
STAR CANDLES 100 BOXES STAR CAX
dies juat received acd for salelow,to close, bv
nor22 JOHNSON, HORN K A CO.
S UGAR "0 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR;
25 bbls Loaf Sugar; 1 1 bbls Powderd do;
Just received and lor sale bv
nov22 30HXS0X, HORXE A CO,
AR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD;
Just received by
nov22 JOHXSOX, U0RXE A CO.
HYDRAULIC CEJIENT 300 IJARltELS
Loitisville Uvdrauhc Cement, Just received and for
sale by J0HX30X, HORXE A CO.
SALT aoo BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
150 bags Fine Salt; just received by
ALE! ALE! ! 50 BARRELS'''ilt7EY sV
W ilkm s" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re
ccircd and forsale low to close, by
"ov27 JOHNSON, HORXE A CO.
O CALES ! SCALriS ! ! WE ARE CON
O STANTLY supplied with Bhmdell's unequalled Wheel
and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which will be
sold exceedingly low.
We can also supply Railroad Tract and Depot Scales,
from three to fifty tons, on the most reasonable terms.
J0UXS0X, HORXE A CO.,
FRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROMNElV
Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee;
Laguyra Coffee; t-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. 4a For
sale low for Cash by J 0I1XS0X, HORXE A CO.
nor 5 u
ANGHOK.V Jc AIUHSTEiVD. 100 PACK.
ages of Langhorn A Armistead's superior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale bv
octS JOHXSOX, HORXE A CO.
COPARTNERS IUP I HAVE THIS DAY
associated with me in the Wholesale Grocery, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. WIL
LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style
of LANIER A PHILLIP '
. fr' L. II. IiANIER.
L. H. ti"IEB. WV. pniLtlPS.
LANIER & PHILLIPS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMiUSSIQN, RECEIVING
AXD FORWARDIXG MERCHANTS.
nov2 Xo. 39. Market ttreet. XathiSlle 7n
UST RECEIVED FROJI ST LOUIS,"
' ooarreis Loaraugar;
20 " Crushed do;
- 10- ' Pulverized do;
100 boxes Star Candles;
50 " Rosin Soap.
For sale low by LAXIER A PHILLIPS.
BUCKWHEAT FLO Ult F I F T X - A' OUR
bags Buckwheat Flour for sale bv
novas LAXIER A PHILLIPS.
PERKXf.3 tt CLACK,
Commission and Forwarding Alcrclmtits,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
Corner of College and Church street, XMieiUe.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana;
50 do Laguyara; 50 do Jarx
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American;
100,0000 Cuba 6 s and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star;
20O boxes Slenne an Tallow;,
COTTON YARN'S A lot of assorted Xos. Osnuburs, su-
perioi quality at manufacturers prices;
FRUITS 10O bxs Itaisins, assorted sizes; 5ii drums FJgs;
50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and lialf barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St Louis CHfunjon's:)
GLASS 500 boxes Wirn'ow, all sizes;
125 do Qt, Pt,and It. Flasks;
75 do Flint Tnmb era and Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
SO Demijyns, five and three gallons;
IROX Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
IV tlWB owicu .vie -
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
S3 do Apple and Peach "
400 do A tiisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 23 do N. E. Rum;
25 do Wine, varioia kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 150 bbls and yt bblsrcboiled and S. House;
75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Svrup
NAILS 130 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; "
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted lckles
10 eaaen Tomatoe Catsup; '
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crashed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf iLoverine's:!
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Bace and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250acks tine and coas e;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes tuble salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do FancvSoap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Liud, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, saloeralns, Soda, Axes, (Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac.
For sale low forcash by PERKINS A CLACK.
ICgf"Liberal ad ranees on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
mayS PERKINS A CLACK.
UGAK. 200 hhds Prime NewSugar;
50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar;
50 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdcreddo;
Just received and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS,
MOLASSES, SYRUP, VC 150 bbls Prime Mo
lasses; 20 bbls SnagrIIou.se MoUsses;
10 bbls Golden Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Syrup, iustre
ceived and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS,
OFFEE. 300 bags Green Rio Coffee;
100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St Jago Coffee;
25 do Java do, just received and for sale by
may 22 . EDWARDS A KARRIS.
ALT, NAILS, ic 1,000 bbla Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
500 kegs Nails and Brads, forsale by
may28 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
CIGARS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; forsaleby
maySS EDWARDS A HARRIS;
Zll ( ? . s- "VJ"-,C no; ivai uuts tinegar
600 bbls No 1 lvanawa Salt; 25 bbls LoarSurar;
1 W I . .1,11V HVUiril-T' .1.1 1.1.1 . 11 .1
1ii irn . . . i ". " '
l Present stock at greatlvrnJ PP. w" wdl seU our
centlower than 1;
Patent Shoulder Searn Shirt!0""" a P"1
C-shmere Umletshh?5 hM-ertrT ranety;
I Cotton do "
, Canton Flannel do .r ,
Cotton do .
And many other articles, in . " "
may be fund ' r "oice Gloves, among whicti
Itnek Gauatlctta, Msed- " ' " 1
, Kid d.v, 4c. '
dec 17 .
v , -I MYERS'4v Metltl.L.
anllWtaterw. :E-1DV 3UDE IXO, for "aH
w t , dv Pera snd Congress Coabv. Deuble do.
Kfefe .Ut! .cLm. Palelols:
i . . voais Business do- and other tv!i
and colors too numerous to mention. 7
fJtidutJ VeatS l eW S'-Vle aD J to suit the moat
,I;lle.wj?f' "general assortment of CHIMimrVH"
ti""; f '"3 Shirts, Under-Shirta, Drawers Suscei.-
v v, , - L.1M)WERS.
V It v ,t . i '. Iartet opposite Union Street
bnution"oi0?,'e orun byanvirnvnorp
rpilh surberliasju -t opH. hLd snxnlra
INC ami LtsutfemcD. Furnishing Ctoods, he ever had tbe
pureof exhibiting to bis fnsnds and 'clonbJ
he uoffenngat wholesale and retaLon such term.-a, w,U
he cr.nu,!BUj believes, give entire satisfactinu
-.J'4,C? """'"f Frock and Dress Coats. of evenr vj
nety of style ami mttern; do. do. Pints ami A esjs. Over
coaLs,itoxCOTts,Ac,ic.;HaU and Cajv, a IrX, s.
UmbrelUj Ac.; a large assortment f Gloves, Hrr 3
Upbeat houses in tho Eastern cities expressly Uiumar-
hmi.be inv,teSaneMmin;ltKmint) th pnetat uk j
price., as he determined to spare no pains fo please bt
Ineads and custorosra. 1
QTEA31ER N A S H TILL IL-
O THOS. BEI.T.SNVlisrt it.JzZ t:.
. . ... -i.ji.u. iiii.t ijKa
supenor Steamer having been thoroughly ffg
orerhauleil. duriBoth m enn... t -. . , .
.1.. i 'n " V ' ";' , in cooipieie or
der and wi resume her regular trips inth, NrW Orieaos
and Nashville trade, on tlie first rise of water
For freight or passage, having excellent acciimmodation.
STEADIER IROQUOIS, C. PE- msrT
TEKSO.V, Masteb. iliis splendid steam
er, having been thoroughly repaired, will run
Nea regular Packet between this I'ort and 1 'I
Frvy Orleans, and will leave the first n of water For
eight or Passage apply to J. 4 JI. YKATMAX.
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TJ.S. MAIL PACZET.
'teudid new pasiiDger steamer,
JL II. It W. ILIJ,THi.NawKlt;
ler, will run in the above trade this sea
son, learirir a.ffmnM.. 1... ;
- p. - i iiipuii
""",?-' ua w wciooer. The IIILIj connects at
Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Paek
ets.and will give through ticket from New Orleans to
The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 PM.with freight
anj passengers for the Hill.
A. HAMILTON, I . ,
ootfi A. L. DAVIS, i ASfnt-
NASHVLLLS AND MEMPHISSTTED STATES HAIL
T70R MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS ST. A
Sleamers Crrr or IlrsTTnr Tnnv .
st, will leave Nashville every Mondav, Wednesday and Fri
dav, at 6 o'clock P. M connecUnz at Paducahwith the dal
ly Louisville and St Louis U. a Mail Boats and at Mn
RnJJ ;!"? te splendid NevrOrIuu sleamers BuIleU'n. H.
K. . Hill, Geo. ColSer, and Marr Agnes, giving tbroagti
tickets frum Nashville to eiiher ef'tbe points above named.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
pser era will find it by far the speediest means of travel
eithsr North or South.
Fo.-freight orpasevge apply to
. ' . Agents at Nashville.
K2W ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE BEQTJLAB, PAS
RELLE-KEY. PEYTOX V. KEY.
CoilVAvnr-s Tfit.!.- ....ii:
11 1. BIIU UMlUii-
cent Steamer is noisr iiniTimrntni, . thimn.k .
repair Jit Imsville, and will take her place a a iUtUrt
I'-n-t ui ... it. . . .i .i . . . . .
- - ..H.wii..MUIln.,u 2--
t it ",c"l"-"c'u,:as""oiias mere is sumcism water,
ami will continue during the entire season.
In point of speed, comfort and safelv, the BELLE-KEY ii
unsurpassed on the Western waters;' which, with the long
experience of her gentlemanlr Commander and the ac
knowledged business capacity of her Clerk i Mr. Lewis North
ern,) enables us confidently to recommend her to tbo busi
ness and travelling communitr. Mr. Northern will give
promjit personal attention to filiingordere for Groceries, Ac
A share cf patronapa is refniectfiilly solicited.
JOHNSON, HORXE A CO,
Nashville, Louisville and Cincinnati Rrgular
U'p.11. 1. ..lv.1.
THE Splendid new Piisecgvr Steamers.
STaTRsmav ii n vm.u.o r..
" v. ra. w saf. .HIKici . I
JOHN 1 Tirptn n, ir.... VI..,.. J
.- ... . - . 1.1 . VAIIW dllUOU,JIIUIUt2pp
itiiuisi 1 1 13 iu iiiv nuuic miir, icavioir .1 mrn
rr f . . , . . . . s ...
uiiocierjr luesuav, ai i ociocx, r. ji. iieiiirning; wiu
leave Cincinnati every Wednesdav, at 4 o'clock, P.M.
The above boa's are A Xo. 1, and are officered by expe
ri enced business men, who will be thinkfnl for orders for
mcrobantli.se. and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care.
sept!7-tf JOHNSON. HORXE A CO.
Niishvillennd Louisville Weekly Packet,
W. GARVIN, C. T. REKDER. Mister.
fTMUS splendid Steamer is smrlr com- .pni" )v
X pleted, and will beat Xashvilie the first U&ttt
rise of the river. She will carry 4i tons fSmtBmm
and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by
any boat of her dimensions. She will tx commanded br
Capt C. T. RELDER, long aud favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weeklv trips, leaving Louiarille ou
TUESDAY'S and Nashville irn FttlDAT'ST at 4 o'clock.
P M. At the former place passengers will find vari ens
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to any koint
of destination they may desire, viz: The old established lice
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou
isville line; Jefferson Railroad, Ac.,ic All affording the
amplest accommodations, enmb-ned wit- expedition.
1ST All orders will be filled as low as at Cincinnati.
J5f For Freight or Passage, apply to
sep40 tf HENKYT. YEATMAN, Agent
QTEAMERE. HOWARD. R.Y. ,
n Kniminn M.al.i- TV,; .1;J I If if I'll II
steamer is now m fine oruer and will run asaaMMMHi
..v - 1 1--1 . . . . u 1.. DlllLllMlU
a regular packet during the season between this port and
New Orleans. She will leave on the first rise of water.
For freight or passage apply to
nova J. A R. TEATMAX. Agent.
Saint Louis and Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam
ALEOXIA Carr. Jauct Mi its.
SALLIE WEST Cait. J. V. Tnaoor.
rpHB above splendid steamOT will com- tfpp"
I mence- their regular trips on the first
rise in Cumberland River, and continue inMaWsB
tbe trade during the season, leaving Xashvilie and St. Lotus
every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. M. For freight or pas
sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply to
novS b A. HAMILTON. Agent
THE A3IEIUCA. THIS PA
vorito Passenger and Freight steamer,
now at Smithland. has been thorooehlr re-E
I aired the past summer, and will resume her regular trips
tnder the command of Capt JxxssJohssoit, between thta
port and New Orleans, on the first rise of water, and con
tinue until the season is closed. Forfreigbt or passage ap
ply to JOHNSON Yv AYEBy
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