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Wholesale and JUtail Druggists,-.
W af College street, between "Union and the "square, !kV
-A fEDIC AL SADDLEBAS. 1 dozen pairs ofj
Jjl. sorted style., received audfor sale-byV
l)OCKIjr CASE?,-3 dozen Physicians' I'ookrtxCa
1 bes ot Tuils 4 doaeu P!irsiciaiisr Pocket Oases of lu-
strauientij; received aud for sale bjr
T 15 AD AND OIL 20 Bbl-i. ofLiiisecJ Oil; TiiXJ KtgsvL
i j Load of suparior quality; received iukI for sale br
(J UP. CARU.SODA.
000 lbs. received aiid'for'sale
1EPIER,' SPICE, &c.
.L C sacks Allsiiice; 1"J sacks
ifiin;r- inrt 'iKmiids
? . ?o r 1 . ..
Xutmeis. Prime Ground I1
V-pper, GIi)frcr7 UUv:w and
OOCIIINEAI., &c 100 lbs.-best Cochineal; 6y lbs.
solution of ilur. of Tin; for sale bv
CIDER VINEGAR.-, lot" of -superior Cider Vine
cr.ir, for picklinjr,. received and for sale by
nov;J EWIN BROTHERS.
LIVJ3 OIL. 30
for sale by
ivc Oil, of good quality;
EWIN lJROTIIERS. -
IMPERIAL TEA.- -75 boxes, Imperial Tea, of various
grades, some very fine, received bv v
novJ:J E'W'IN BROTHERS. .
SATCHELS. A small" lot of Delluc's supcricir Satch
els, just received by EWLV BROTHKRS.
-1!)00 lbs. Maccobov Snuff in barrels-ond-
Ojars; 1"0 dozen Garrett's
and otlicrs bcotcli bnulls; ISO
dozen Scotch Stmtt" in Rolls. KWINIIROTHBKS.-
C1ASTOR OIL. 701 gallons-No. Castor Oil, received
J and forsale by EWIN DRUTJIEKS-
BROWN'S ESSENCE GINGER CO dozen in
store .-uid expected in a fer days. This valuable and
pleasant article is rapidly growing in public favor, and seems
to be much preferred to any similar article now oeiore ine
public EWIS BROTHERS
XTRACT OF LOG WOOD. 3S0 lbs. Extract m
small boxes; 4fi0 lbs. Biue Vitriol, received and for sale
BAZIN'S PERFU3IERY. We are still agents for
the sale of the various articles of fine and plain fancy
Jjt ihe and coiniuon
parations are more popular in this maiket tlian any other
A Ameriein Perfumerv, and will be sold lo country merchants
and others buyinsr to sell ajrain at Philadehthia prices, with
Oncost of transportation added.
A fresh supply just received.
LINIMENT, &c ! dozen .Mexican
Mustang Liniment: 12 dozen Perr' Davis Pain Killer;
M dozen Li(iuid Opodeldoc; 3tJ dozen Butler Allen's Nerve'
,k r. . i if. .i . i, t. ..
, nov2 1 ' EWIN BROTHERS.
JtTfoOD BOX MATCHES'.-Sy gross best Wood
Box .Matclics, received and tor sale low by
,-iA RICO W ROOT.- 125 iotiiids Ru.hton, Clark & (Jo's
A superior Bermuda Arrow Root, in bulk and pound
Jiiis, men cu iiiiu tui saic luti ui
A fASON'S BLACKING. 11 gross Mason's superior
nov2J EWIN BROTHERS.
V'XIXfZTiYN- MTISTAlin AS dozen of the above
Ll sui K!rior Mustard, received and flu sale by
'tvWT2 EWIN BR0THERS.
uig Soaps, bliavmg Uouipnunds, bliaving breams,
Clognes, Extracts. Ac Ac, prepared by
to rl Itoussel, PhiLidclplua. Thcso PiX!-
iui and convenient articles, received anu mr saie oy
iov23 EWIN BROTHERS.
ST- S25 SEWARD.
-sk) AN A WAY from the subscriber, in Lincoln coun
tv, about the 1st of August,, a Negro Woman
' iei .MARGARET, about 'M years, of brown com-
lion, talks somewhat broken, and tells persons, fliat she
t . . i .t i t- z'r o - ... . n
r fiiance io meci, niai sue is iree. .tiu ucjjhi-hiu jiui
in St. IuLs. Io.. and will trv to iret back there. . '1
C give the above reward if taken out of this State, or-$10
ken in this State and secured in anvjad so that 1 get her-
t to the subscriber at Pleasant Plain.s,Lcoln county,-
ut "t. 25 w2hi ' .
TRUST SALE. . .
Y virtue of the power vested in mc,.by a deed qf trust,
executed by Willie u Norfleet, for the benefit of his
hrities and creditors, I will sell, to the highest bidder, on
Of. lay and Tuesday, the 27th and 23th days of December,
etj:'. a'tthc residence of said Willie I Norflect, in Robert
sl'ountv, Tenn., 12 miles west of Springfield and 0 miles
rori'ort Royal, all the property conveyed in said decdj
Masting of TiiiiEE vali'ablb
MS TRACTS OF LAND.
Tvio first imc.t ponsisls of about 412 acres, of the very
t land in Robertson county situated immediately on
'l L'hur Fork, well tiinbcred.'with a fine farm in a high
-Ji; of cultivation and improvement, with a Spring that
'jiot be surpassed by any in tl.e county for beauty of lo
pin and quality and purity of water. "About l.r0 yards
:i tins spring, anu ujkjii a mosi ueauium aim euimuauuT
TC-"!evation. is siuiateu a ven' line, capacious, new irame
,!hng, with other suitable out buildings and out houses.
L tract will be divided info, and sold m 8 lots. The 1st
sj'ncludes tne resmence and spring jusi ucscnueu; ine
.... ! (! Jl fx 1
- . i : l ,i .
has uK)u it g-ood never failing water, with comfortable
k ii i..:ir .1. . w.l : ..!...... 1
, -ft 'jjtus and other buildings;
;iuu (lie ou in iiic miuiL, cAcupk
'.improvcments are not so good; but all c
5 timber. Tlie second tract consists of al
Sated on both sides of Sulphfir Fork, v
but all of the hncst laud
iiboutS or y acres
lip laieu on otnii smea oi ouijimir j-uii, ivituiu aitn nuu
?d yards and in full view of the residence described above.
U ton this tract is situated fine Saw and Grist Mills; with
F" , .. i c . -t t
Bicicin power, aim sue ior exieusivc usamuaciuriug mi
fes. The third tract consists of about 50 acres of very
i)erior land with sonic improvements. Dut a life estate in
s tract will be sold. Also
' 21 VERY LIKELY NEGROES
Insisting of Men, Womci, Boys and Girls; C likely Mules,
I IE me Mares, 2 Yoke of Oxen, 12 or 14 head of Cattle, about
or 50 heid of Stock Hogs, 1 large Wagon, 0 pair of Mule
araefs, 1 Cany Log, Plows, Hoes, narrows nnd other
rminjr fools and implements, 2 Ox Carts, Log Chains,
fSf .Hars, 1 iiuggvanu iiamcss, asnoiuuns, onus, i-arior
; v Jf ,rnhiir(. House Furniture. Kitchen Ware and Furniture,
- id ntlirr nronertv.
LA11 the laud will be sold for one third cash; flic other two
irdsat one and two years, with bond and two good per-
n:il securities, with interest from date and a lien retained
jpl the lands until all the purchase money is paid.
All the other Property will oc sold lor casn.
The beneficiaries named and specified in said deed of frust
11 have their claims in fegal lorms and ready lonpayuicni
f tue nrsioi January nexu
uov3V-SL 3ITLES S. DRAUGnON,
. H. CUESEY, CABINET MAKER AND FUNERAL
S now furnished with good workmen
and well seasoned material to make
j order all kinds of furniture at short nc-
ce. REPAIRING done in the best style and upon very
I can have furniture moved in a firsrate car, and by carc-
il bauds when called upon. Persons havtng turning to do,
bauds when called upon.
nil lind it to their interest to give me a ca;
all, as I ti
Jrstrate Lathe and turner.
Undertaking CotHns of every description, always on
and, which will be furnished at prices a good deal lower
han heretofore furnished in this city. I wdl give my pcr
onal attention to funerals both in the city any country, with
ood hearses, gentle horses and careful drivers. All orders
left at my sales room on College street, opposite theSewanee
3ouse or at my shop near the Depot, will be punctually at
ended to. 3fyself or clerk can always be found at the store,
t -eady to wait on customers, both eight and day. nov25
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS
WORTH OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, --a-JARPETING.
&c. &c. AT BEDUCED32
PRICES. Haviner added two lanre rooms to their cstab
Ishment, and blended the stock of Greenfield, Curry & Co.
i . . . . .... . i i
34 ryitu tlicirs, making it the largest ana Dest siocic ever ouerea
B Vu this market, ana as they are determined to sell, great bar-
-ains can be had for cash, or good notes drawing interest.
' novl W. & T. H. GREENFIELD & CO.
D. G. RUUISEY", City Auctioneer.
t f Ofiice at A A. McLean's, on Cherry Street. novl6-Sm.
r!lE lovers of Juliii Dean Tivist Tobacco, can be
supplid at dec7 R. & J. NIXON'S.
INE TEAS. A large supply of Extra Fine
I? Imperial, Gunpowder and Black Teas. Just m
jecelvedby dec7 R. & J. NIXON. Bs
10 boxes Preserved Canion Ginger;,
10 " ' Chow Chow;
ust received by
DRIED lUKKlUK JbilUiia,
vf f Casks Currents, 1 Cask Dates,
LU 20 boxes Citrons 100 dr'ms Suit or Raisins,
400 jarsPrunes, 50 boxes M R Raisins,
100 boxes do 25 " Layer "
'UTS. 10 bbls. SS Almond,
10 bhls Pecans;
lcask Coco Nuts, ,
20 bags Filberts:
20 u Chsam Nuts,
5 boxes Lemons.
fr?OR SALE FOR CASH. -LANGHORN &
? ARMISTED'S GOLD Leaf Chewing Tobacco. 25
Vtpxes just received, of their purest brands. For sale ai re-
iiil or by the box.
H. G. SCOYEL.
nrjh-aidSfTsllublic Square, three doors west of the
Nashville Db. -vw oct 14.
TRtrNKS Jast receHqd another supply of those sub
SWntial and elegant sole leather Trunks.
de9 J . MYERS l!cGiLL.
dee6tf - W. H. GORTinv "fn
g. New York, igKS&TffSE 25?
ihds Prime Sugar, iri s'ore au3 fti
STRATT OX, SMITH & CO,
COFPEE 23D"bags Prime Rio Coffee, fn store and for
sale low! by STRATTOX, SMITH & CO.
faugl8, - i , , Braidway.
tO'URTOO bbt. Flour, various brands, just received
aiid-'fiir snlo low ! RTIt TTOV SMITH k CO..
VanglS c . V " 'Broadway.
' ALT -Kt(Xj:bbls Kanawha Salt;
5"J0 bogs Coarse do;
300 do Fine-
In store aud for sale by
STRATTOX, SMITH &CO.,-Broadway.-
' nul8 'i&Sd-
TRON AXD CASTINGS S tons Napier's. Hammered
, A Iron; 2iUons.ltolled do;. 15 tons assorted Castings for
4 salc!tujlovv,toclose, by ..
SMITH A- CO
auglS ' Broadway.
LANGIIORNE &. AKMISTEAD'S SUPE
RIOR CHEWING TOHACOO. As nrinciDab accnts
for the sale of the above jiutlv celebrated Tobacco in 'Nash
rille. we are" and wdl continue to' be constantly supplied? '
auirlS ' -T ' " Broadwavv
- . 1 " " :
U, UICIKS ioat crushed, claimed and powaercO.au
drs: rvtine. Al soice. Indigo: Letter. (Jan aim Wntmir
l'ajc; fainr and Tallow Candles; Bar boap and various otuer
articles, all ofwhich will be sold unusnally.low.bv
STRA.TTON, SMITH & CQ
- auglS ' . .Broadway.
GOTTON YARNES-20,000 dozen assorted sizesjust
received and for sale bv
' .. , S"TRATT0N2 SMITH & CO., '
augl8 , Broadway.
1 JD Flour, just received, and for sale low to close,-by
I nor2) STRATTON,-SMITH & CO.
l' "1AA Boxes fresh Westeni-Reserve Ghecso, per steamcr.
JL U.U For sale unusually: low to "clac. j ; - .-:-
Oil t ATI ON, bJl ITll c.UU,' .
liov 20 . - , Broadway
O Vrrels -Louisville Hydraulic Cement m1 store,
STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
Tons Monilla Cordage, various sizes just.received by
. Q nov 20 STRATTON, SMITH fcCo.
H H A HE WARD. I will pay thcaboye reward
CiPXvvv to any pcrsou or .persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warranis,
of the denominations of 100, 80 and 40 acres. Lwill 'pur
chase single warrants of either .denomination. ,'
R. H. BROCKWAY
Room over Oalr nail, cast side Public Square, 2d door
south of City Hotel, Nashville. ' octl4 m27.
Dr. CLASKE'S COMPOUND OF WILD CHXRRY&TAE.
WHICH is considered bv PJiysicIans and' others the
greatest remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption.
Liver Complaint; Bronchitis, Asthma, Soreness in the Chest
Spitting of Blood, Pain or Misery in the Side, difficult or
profuse expectoration, night sweafs, Ac
This belncr the prescription of a regular physician, gradu
afc of the Medical University. Philadelphia, nnd hav'in:
been thoroughly tested, is projierly esteemed one of the mo: i
valuable mid efficient remedies for these and similar coh
plaints ever offered fo the public Price, $1 per bottle; sL
bottles, & mays f,m II. G., SCOVEIj, Agent.
MORE NEW CARPETING.
WE have just received an additional supply of Carpe'
ing, which makes cur -stock complete, from 30 ceni
to $ 2 75 per 'vard, which we arc anxious to sell.
nov20 W. & T. H. GREENFIELD & CO.
RAMAGE & CHUiCH, ' .
Wholesale. and Retail Dealers in. Boots and' Shoes,
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
WE arc again ifi receipt of a large assorfed stock "
Boots, Shoes, aud Brogaus, direct from tl
manufactory; Ladies' Mis.es and Children's line Gaiter:
'Boots, Excellors, Slippers and Paris Tics of every deseri
Hon; Gents' superior Calf Wafer-Proof D."S. Boois, stipe
fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Book; Wdikin ,
Shoes, Oxford Ties, Patent Leather nnd Congress Cloth Ga
.fci-s; Boys and Youths' Hoots, Shoes and Brogaus; OverShoei
tor .Men, Women and Ufiildrcn, and Cork boles, &c., cc
e ask merchants and planters' to examine our stock. We
give bargains for cash. - RAMAGE & CHURCH:
Ti RO GANSt Home made Broirans. and No. 1 Eastern
D Broga'us; mud and kip Boots, just received and for .sale,
l w lor castu decii w KAMAGK & UHU.KCH.
r I RAVELLING TRUNKS, Of Sole Leather, Rus-
JL set and black Iron Fiamed Leather Trunks, Valeee.
Cajjiet Bags and School Satchels consfanfly on hiuid at the
lowest prices by dec2-w RAMAGE k CHURCH.
T AND AND MILLS FOR SAT. 10 7 wisli fri
JU sell riiy LANDS AND MILLS situated on Duck River
m .Marshall county, 'llierc are on the place 2 baw and 4 Grist
inns, ami sou acres ot uua, doot wiuco are incultiration.
The balance is well timbered, having a large amount of pop
lar anu ceuar upon it. i no place is wen improved lor a
residence; and has.good w.atcr. For further particulars ap
ply to uieuuuersigned on tiiepremises, or by letter ad
dressed to him at Canev Spring, Tenn.
nov-30 wot A. 0. WILLIAMS,;
L. A. B. LVX1EH.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Market street, Nashville.
T HAVE this day associated with nie in the 'Grocery Busi-
A ness my Brother, L. A. Ijinicr under the above style I
hope all those indebted, fomcwill call und sctlle their, notes
and accounts without lurthcr delay. 1'. LAMblC.
se'p? n w a o
TO CITS' AND COUNTRY RETAIL MEIICHANTS.
Wholesale Variety Store.
iTE have now in Store a large and general assortment of
V VAlUhTX UUUUS, which we will sell at a small
advance for cash, or on timeio punctual men. Conn-. Taj T
stock, as we have a great variety of goods vJJH'Jt
suitable for country stores, 'fcuch as'Cbmb.,1 Ciulen,"
gsiHiisncs, Buspenuci-s, I'cnumcry, uiovcs, iiosieiy,
Spool Cotton, Patent Thread, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Hats,
Caps, Donnets, Dolls, Toys, Pistols, Cap and Letter Paper,
Pins, .Needles, Violin strings, Gum Elastic Goods, &c, &c;
the stock being too numerous to mention. We solicit ti call
from all wishing to "purchase. A. MORRISON &" CO.
Nashville, Sept. 15 wtf.
IN CHANCERY. AT LAFAYETTE. TENNESSEE.
Stnnfnrl Mitchell. " 1
Ti. Ddccmber;Rulcs; 1852.
Tork, Patterson, etals. ) '
IT appearing it the satisfaction of the Clerk and Master,
that Wm. J. York, James J. York and Meredith York,
are defendants in this suit and are non-residents of the State
of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered by the Master, (and so
entered on the Rules,) that publication be made in the Nash,
ville Union, n'ucwspnpcr published in the city of Nashville,
for three successive weeks, notifying said non resident de
fendants to appear, plead, answer or demur to Complainant's
Bill, on orbjfbre the first Monday in February next, at the
court-house In the town of Lafayette, or the same will be ta
ken for confesscl and set for hearing &cparte as to them.
DANIEL D. CLAIBORNE, C. & M.
decH3 w3w prsfce ?3.
IN CHANCERY AT LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE.
Win. Morton, 1
S.imnnl R. Tf:i 't's. 1
December Rules, 1S52.
IT appearing tn'lhc satisfaction of the Clerk nnd Master,
that GraceV Funuav, Sidney Gancs and Joseph Morton,
arc defendents in this suit and are non-residents of the State
of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered by the Master, (and so
entered on the rules,) that publication be made in the Nash
ville Union, a newspaper published in the city of Nashville,
for three successive weeks notifying said non-resident defen
dants to appear, plead, answer or demur to Complainant s
Bill, on or before the first Monday in February next, at the
court-house in the town ot Lafayette, or the same will bo ta
ken lor conlessed and set tor hearing ex parte as to them.
DANIEL D. CLAIBORNE, C. &M.
declC w4w prs fee 3
IN CHANCERY AT LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE.
C.J. White " 1
vs. y Decumber Rules, 1S52.
A. Fergusson, et als. )
TT appeiring to the satisfaction of the Clerk and Master,
X mat baruti vt nite is a aetcnuant in tins suit and is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee : It is therefore order
ed by the Master, (and so enfered on the liulcs,) that publi-
. t. j. :.. .1.. x-.i. -ii. TT - .. ' r .
canon dc maae in ine iasiiviiic union, a newspaper puo
lishcd in the city of Nashville for three successive weeks.
notifying said non-resident defendant to appear, plead, an
swer or demur to Complainant's Bill, on or before the first
Monday in February next, at the court-house in the towii of
Lafavette, or the same will be taken lor confessed and set for
hearing ex parte as fo tier.
DANIEL D. CLAIBORNE, C. &M.
dcc!6 w3w prsfce $3. '
HOTEL AND BOARDING HOUSE.
Corner of Summer and Deaderick Streets, Nashville, Tenn
D. R. DANIELS, Proprietor.
II A v ixsu- taken cuarge ot the large and commo-.
J.J. dions house above, formerly occupid by Mr. H.
Bridges, I will endeavor-to give entire satisfaction to!
the boardingand traveling public rersons rrom the coun
try, on visits or business ia the city will find, my house com
fortable and conveniently situated. My intention is to keen
a house for the accommodation of private boarders in the ci
ty. . I hope to merit'the patronage of thtfpubHc generally.
.aiy prices win oe very moderate. u. it. UA.nix.LH.
"VTEGRO MAN FOR SALE.-Wewillsellforcash
Al on Saturday', 20tn mst, at the Court House, a No. 1
aaan. WILLIAMS & GLOVER.
ATEGROES FOK. SALE.-8 valuable Men. "No. I'm
Al 2 boys. U years, likely Several -Women, rood CnnV-.v
A..T TJTTf TTllO t. ITnirriiV- . . '
w it xiinn jio oi, xiaj t Eiti, Agents.
T?ESH ARRIVALS, ATjR. &J. NIXONlS.
60 Boxes Mccaroni. '25 Tjiror .w .
. .viwm uaxni a ron r ao&'.DOxes
-"" 5 Barrel Oranrrpb w nm u
ir Jut retydo-dayl)y;
B. t J. NIXON.
ss-tfae rcTrl851. bv
the Clerk's. Office, of the
GXEAT CUiE F9 DY8?ZPf lAlr&THIS- SCEEy
. - - TTFIC WONDER!! "J. -0R.
J. S., HOUGHTON'S
THE TEUE DIGISTiyE FLUID,. JOE GASTRIC JUICE.
- '; I'enn.
f -the Gastric Juice.
JMiratM-snooiifhl of Pepsin, infused in wafer, will digest
or dissolve fivcrpQundsof roast beef in, about two hours, out,
of the stomach. . ? 1 . , '
Pepsin is the chief, element or digesting principfp of the
Gastric Juice the 'solvent of the food, jthc puri.fyiug. pre-
h serving anflwtimuiaungageut oi ine siomacu anu uhwuiksk
Jl is extracted iromjine-aigcaiivei jsioniacn.ui , u, vuu
forming an artificial digestive fluid. preciselydikc the natural
Gastric Juice in its cbemicalrwVers, and furnishing a com
pleteand perfect substitute for it. By the aid of this prepa
ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion and. Dyspepsia are
removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It is
doing wonders for. dyspeptics, during cases of Debility, Ema
ciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consumption,, sup
posed to boon the verge' of the grave The scientific evi
dence upon -which it is based is in tlujhighest degree.curious
Scientific J3vidence.BaronTiiebig, hi his celebrated
.-nfk nn Animal Chemistry, savs: .'An Artificial Digestive.
Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Jmcc,.may be prepared from J
i various articles of food, as meat aud eggs, will.be softened,
-1IH? llllllllll llltlllUlllUt: 111 111C (llll.l(.ll v.
changed and digested, just in mcsanie manner as uiey wuum
be iu the human stomach. '
Dr. Preira, in his famous tre;itise on "Food and Diet,'1
published by Fowler & AVolIs, New York, page 25, states,
the iame great fact, and describes the method of pieparation.
There are few higher authorities than Dr. Priera.
Dr. Combe, in his vahiablcwritings on the "Physiology
of Digestion," obsen es that "a diminution of the due quan
tity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing
cause of Dyspepsia:" and he .states that "a distinguished
proiessor of medicine in London, who was severely afllictcd
with this complaint, finding every things else to fail, had re
course to the Gastric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of
living animals, which proved completely successful."
Dr. Graham, author of the famous works on "Vegetable
Diet," says : " It is a remarkable fac( in Physiology,. that the
stomachs' of animals, macerated in water, impart to the fluid
the property of dissolving various articles of food, and of ef
fecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in no wise di
ferent from the natural digestive process." .
Dr. Simon's creat work, the "Chemistry of Man," (Letf &
Dlanchard. Philadelphia. 1B4C. PP. 321-2.) says: "Thcdis-
ery ot Pepsin tonus a new era m tue cnemicai uisiory oi
estibn. From recent experiments we know that food is
in his great work on Human Physiology, devotes more than
fifty' pages to an examination of this "subject. His experi
ments with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained
from the living-human stomach, and from animals, are well
known. " lii all eases,-"- he says, " diges tion occurred as per
fectly in the artificial as in the natutnldigestion."
Dr. John. W. Draper. Professor of Ghemistry in the Col
lere of the University of ew York, in his "Text Book of
Chemistrv,5' page 3SC, says : " If has been a question whether
. ,. , - t i i r i fi . .
artiuciai uigcsiioucouia oepenormeu oui n is now univer
sally admitted that it may be"
Dr. Carpentcr'sstandard work on Physiology, which is in
theJibraryof every plysician, and is used as a text-book in
all the colleges, is full of evidence similar to the above, re
specting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the
fact that it may be readily separated from the stomach of the
calf or ox. and used for experiments In artificial digestion, or
as a remeuy ipr uiscases oi me siomacu, uiiu uciieiem. eci
tion of the Gastric Juice.
fl . 1?. -I1V ..1 . 1. .1 ii 1 .
All modern works on Chemistry, "Materia MeJicn and Phy-
siolojry, and all g-rtod Medical Dictionaries, describe the char
nJ i o.
actcr ana properties oi l epsm, anu suue many iiiieresimg
detai Is respecting it
Thcfact that an Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice,
perfectly resembling the natural lluid, may be readily pre
pared, does not'adiint of question. The only' wonder is, that
it has not before been applied to the cureot Indigestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally docs such a use suggest itself to the
As a Dyspepsia Cnrcr, Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has
produccd'thc most marvellous effects, in c.ises of Debility,
Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption.
It is impossible to give the details of cases irf the limits of
this advertisement ; but authenticated certificates have been
given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in Phil-
"r i-L.t- -i- i .i i i..-.. ..i n'l.is A, .. t..ii
uueipuia, ;iciv lurKaiiuiusiuiiaiuiii iuu licit ii-..uij mi
desperate cases, and.the cures were not only rapid and won
derful, but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly useful for
i i . t-- i . t .ri . . i . -. . '-ii . ,
tendency to unions uisoruer, uivcr uympiuiiu, rcti-r aim
Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil coeds
ot Quinine and Mercury and other drags upon , the digestive
organs, after a fong sickness. Afso, lor excess m eatmg, and
the too free use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles health
Old Stomach Complaints. There is no form of
Old Stomach Complaints which itdocs not seeni. to reach and
remove at once. Ncuiatter how bad it may be, it gives in
stant relief! A-single dose removes all the unpleasant sj-mp-
toms; and it only needs to be repeated igra. snow time, .to
make these irood effects permanent. Purity of blood and
vigor of body follow at once.. It is particularly excellent, in ,
cascs.ot Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps, boreness ot the J'lt ot
the btomach, Distress niter Oiating, Liow, Cold btate ot the
T" T T - T . . ( C f. 1 .1 TV .
isiooci, .Heaviness, ixiwness oi spirns, ucsponuency, Mia.
ciation. Weakness; Tendency to Insanity, Suicide, Ac.
"Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is sold by nearly all the
dealers in fine dntgs and popular medicines throughout the
united buites. it is prepareu in powaer anu in uiuu lorm,
and in prescription vials for the use of physicians.
Private-Circulars for the'use of physicians, may be
obtained of-Br. J. S. Houghton; or his agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the authorities
upon which the claims of this new remedy arebased. As it
is not a secret remedy; no objection cin be raised against its
use by physicians in respectable standing and regular prac
tice. "Price One Dollau per Bottle.
Pepsin in Powder sent by mad free of postage. For
convenience of sending lo till parte of the country, the Di
gestive Matter of Pepsin is put up in the form of Powder,
"...t. i; i . i . i; ...i j i i 21 . .i rrt
wun uireciions io oe uissoiveu in wuicruv uie imul-iu. xuese
Powders contain Just tlie same matferds 4he Bottles, and
will be sent by mail, free of postage, Ait'Om'Dollar sent
(lwstpaid) to Dr.J: S. HOUGHTON, M.-JL);, Philadelphia,
Please Observe This ! Every Bottle of the Genuine,
Pepsin bears the written signature ot J. b. llouuiiiON,
M D., Sole Proprietor, Philadelphia, Pcnn.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, for Nashville,
J. M. ZIMERMAN,
W. W. BERRY,
H. G. SCOYEL.
Murfreesboro' Binford & McDermott; Fr.klin
E. G. Clouston ; Clarksille Thomas & Wurfield; Pulas
ki W. T. Plummer, Or. W. Uatte & iJro.
jyl0'52 dtrw 12m
THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADAt
THE subscribers take pleasure in informing their friends
nnd the travelling community frcuerallv. that thev have
thisda3' takenpo":session of that well established nnd favor
ably known Hotel Congress iail, nurd and Cnesnut
They have had the house thoroughly repaired, and all the
modern improvements introduced, and furnished in a style
of elejrance which will at once render it unsurpassed for
This is decidedly the best located house m the city, being
in the immediate vicinity of business, the Exchange, Cus
tom House, and many other public buildings'.
Lines of Omntbussesleave for evrey part of the city every
few minutes, their head quarters being within one square o
The subscribers are determined to snare no pains in mak
ing this a convenient and comfortable home to the traveller.
iNUiiiub s jauiioua, rropnetors.
James E. Norris, who is well known to many of the bus
iness men visiting-the city, lately in the Hardware house of
James J. Duncan fc Co., and Truitt, Brother &, Co., and for
merly proprietor of the Virginian Hotel, St, Loins, will have
control of the management of the House; .assisted by polite
and competent persons. July 20, 1852 Cm
VALUABLE LAND FOB SALE-
Within one mile, of the Square of Nashville.
I WILL sell my Tract of Land, lying immediately on the
river, one mile from the Square of .Nashville known as
the Nashville Race Course containing about 00 acres.
The land is of the very best river bottom soil, well adapted
to the production of all kinds of agricultural produce, and
commands n beautiful view of the city and river.
For farming purposes.it cannot be surpassed by any land
in tlx State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and
"the balance well suited for cultivation. Upon the premises
. f it. . - ' t .
is. a good,.comiorianie, , irame aweuing nouse ana an neces
sary ouUiouses, goqd barns,, corn houses, stables, Ac, Up
on the premises ' is, and has'beer: for the last twenty years,
an established, race course, now ingood order, with all nec
essary jmprov,ements,.fine observatory stands, large,- com
modiou5.dining rooms, gaming rooms -4c.; indeed," je very,
convenieace-at'oll necessary or desirable as a race course
and forthatrparricTilar-purpose, commands more advantage
than any other place inTennesseei'-
Tf not sold it will' be rented for the chsuinr? vear.lfiSS. on
accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil-'
. m nSi , n tj - : -n
namson cuuuijr, xeuu., iu muuiiuu. juiuitr, nusuvuie
Tarn " nnUA vcif T,VS ANTIFTI MoOVATlPlir
RurjriwiiVAs:!: sxjsjsij t;u'i-i-o hoes.
IT 10 CJaassortea sizes, .reaLGrilSn's Cotton Hnes.
the best Hoe that is used. -'Chains,.-a' large' variety., Also,
Horse Collars, Hames, C?uri7.C!ombs,.Cotton'"ard3rite j-"
dec? lm ' - JiomuJN.f4ACfiY. ,
' ' ii l? tL; " '.
Negroes from 10 to;55yew.-
cash p'riee fof.SO.Youni
IlSfercd according to Act of Cm
;J. S. HOUGHTON, M. V'm
District Codrffor the Easfcnil)
5) REPAREDfrotn Rennet, or tuef ourtiiiomacn pi,ie
Ox, afren ihe duvctions of Baron Liebig, the great Ph
siolofflcal Chemist,, by J. S. Houghtonj M. D., Philadelphia,
is a trniv jvonacnm remeaj'jor "loigesuoii, "1
ice, Liver Complaint, Consumption and i;ecim,
i-Xaturc'i "own method, by Nature's; pwn -AgeuL
dissolved as rapidly in an artinciai aigesuvc uiuu, prepareu
from Pepsin,, as it is in thejiafural Gastric Juice itself.'
Professor Duntrlisou. of the Jefferson Collejre. Philadelphia,
I L. p-i V 3
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.TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Boxes Stubblefield's oold' Leaf Tobacco;
30 Gov. Jones' '" "
50 " Henry's Kv. "
50 John Anderson Co.'s Smoking Tobacco,'
10 Cases Scotch SnuffiiiBottles; - -5.,."
Napoleon CigarsRegalias;, .( .. v
5 LaNational . " . . ',' . . ,
l Wnrtnr"ifr Inn- " "
2 ? La Luna
'2 " La Flor
In store arid for sale by
novl8 ' '
W. II. GORDON & CO.
A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOR SALE.
ON the West, fort of Stone's river, in Rutherford comity
Tennessee, containing (540 aci-es. The land is of very
superior qualify, yielding heavy crops of cotton, well adapt
ed fo grass' and grain" of all kinds is within three miles of
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good'tur
pike has eood spring and stock water in abundance a
comfortable weather-boarded duelling with good out-houscs,
all new cotton gin and press and all other improvements 1
necucu on a larm., i ueuDscnoer wismng to go oouiu mis
waiter, will sell it on very favorable terms if immediate ap
plication is made to him, .or'in his absence to Major John W;
Childress, near Munrcesboi o .
auglU tf HENRY J. WILLIAMS."
R. F BELL.
Reserving, Forwarding and Commission merchant and
uenerai xeaier m wroceries, xuiciu
and Domestic Liquors.
-Opposite Sewance House College st, Nashville.
J? 25 bbls St. Louis Flour Albibn'Mills;
5 bbls St. Louis Uofden bj-rup; -v..
10 boxes " Loaf Sugar, No. 1; , ; 1
10 bbls " Powdered and Crashed Sugar;
50 " " Cincinnati Flour; best brands;
1000 lbs sugar, cured Beef; canvassed;
1 0 doz zinc Wash Boards;
50 boxes, halves and quarter boxes Star Candles;
5 bbls Sugar House Molasses;
10 " Cider Vinegar; "
50 " rectified "Whiskey;
800 bbls fine Teas in chests and mallatten packs;
100 " Black Tea;
20 boxes Langhorn and Armstead's best Tobacco;
' 5 half pipes superior Cogniac Brandy;
10 casks Port and Madeira Wine;
2 pipes superior Holland Gin;
50 bbls old double distilled Tennessee Whisky;
500' " Kanawha Salt;
20,000 fine Regalia Cigars;
80 b '3 Laguyra and Java Coffee;
Also many other articles in the Grocery line, which will
be sold very low lor cash. , R. F. BELL,
nov29 college street; opposite bewanee House.
FRESH) ARRIVAL. Just received a large supply
Lard Oil, Surgical Instruments,
Window Glass, ifcc, Ac; and for sale low wholesale
and retail by J. M. ZIMMERMAN.
nov 23 bign oi non and Mortar, .Market street.
NOTICE. A TEACHER WANTED suitable to take
charge of a Male and Female School, at the Pleasant
Plain's Male and Female Institute, situated in Coffee county
6'' miles south-east of Hillsboro',on thePelham and Jasper
Turnpike road. ' None need apply unless he can come well
recommended, and well qualified to.teach all the Sciences and
languages usually taught in Schools and Academies. Ap
ply to the uhderaghed."' PLEASANT H. PRICE,
JAMES A. CLARKE,
" iT ' ' ISAAC M. WILKINSON,
novlo t t Trustees.
P. S. School locommcnce from 1st to 15th January next.
-EDWARD HOPPER'S IMPROVED "YEAST POWDERS
L 2bmale'rddf Bread, Hot-Breakfast Giles, Buchcheat
ixH U.C, e-ujieriur io. unyuuny uj me JClTUl oeore pro
ditcedii1 frfvUs . ...
1MIESE POWDERS are an admirable, substitute for
Yeast,. k allkinds of Bread and Batter Cakes, and have
the advantage over that article in making. the batter perfect-,
ly fight and ready for baking.the instant they are mixed.
Buckwheatranoother Cakes, -whenrmade withjthese Pow
ders, arc less likelvvto aiWgree"Vith;the'stomach than those ,
raade wYeas(;'and,. as'it; requires' ,hu a lew miriutesfto
tpsepn;riBeui,ioi: uabiuK,.ictJuaaiuiuyfjui ever.uuyiugiieiu
,, sour ishtirely avoided.'' They' are "highly recommended
by irtoy-of tKd 'first fiu-niliea-in-this cityandother places.
P"ce95kpclaee Fof sale by s ASTRETCH.
,tlecl V . -'rru, Coraer of Unioaacd Cherry Sta.
T HIIiAUKUriUA JUDICAL ;ilO.L'birlia WtUi l.
beer hand to cure all 'forms of secret" diseases
and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKEL1N
ner ot imrd ana union streets, between bpruce ana rice,
one and a half squares from the Exchange, Philadelpliia. 4
Take Particular Notice. There'is a habiwhica
boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in
dulged in when by themselves, in soJif ude, giwying up witji
the', boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned in 'due
time, not only besets serious.obsfacles to matrimonial har-
piness, but gives rise-to a'series of protracted; insidics and I
ucYHsuuiiig uucciiuii.-' jwn oi iuosc w no inuuigu: iu una
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they
find the nervous system is sliattercd, feel strange and "un
accountable feelings, vague fears in the, mind. Tlieihdivicl
ual becomes feeble; he is unable to labor with accustomed
igor, or to.apnly his: mind,to.study; his step is tanly and
weak, he is dull and irresolute, the countenance isdqwncast,
the eves without natural lustre, shamefacedness is annareritr
These are symptom which ehvuld aichkee the attintionf
Uione similarly ujiKitj' x
If the victim be conscious of the cause of his deay, and
having relinquished the odious practice, he. suffer: "under
those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame
him, producing mental and physical prostration. If he
emancipate; himself before the practice has done its worstr
and enter matrimony, his marriage isjuufruitful, and his
senses tell him that this is caused by his early follien
Too many think they will hug the secret fo thiir own
hearts, and "cure, themselves. Alnsl how ofteu is tlusa fatal
dcliision, and how many a promisi ig youth, who might liavc
been an ornament to, society, lias laded irom tne ear m:
Young Mn! Let no false modesty deter you "from
making yourcase known to one who, from education and re
spectibirity, can alone befriend you. He wlio places himself
uudcr DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide
his honor as a gentleman, and iu whose bosom will be '
orever locked the secret of the patient.
Country IuvalMs. Tinding' it inconvenient to make
personal application? can, In' stating their case 'explicitly".' to- -getherwith
all .their symptoms, (pet letter. iwst paid,)"h.'ive
Forwardedrto them a chest coiitamiuir Dr.. .K 's medicines.
1. appropriated accordingly, aud be cut cd at home..'
;, btncturesoi the uretpra, weakness and 'constitutional ce
bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters
, A remittance of 2.7 cents', in a lefter? postdaid,. ad
dressed to'Dr. Kiiikelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. jnne7 wly
rpAUXDICE, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debilify,Dis
t?.' cases of the"Kidneys, and all diseases arising froui a
disordered. Liver or Stomach; such as Constipatiou, Inward,
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Sfom
acli; Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust forFood, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomach, bouri'.mctations, bmkmg or rlultering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimmingof the llead, Hurried and
ine iiL-uu, uumcu uiiu
Difficult Breathing, rluttenng at the heart, Choking orbuf-
focating, Sensations- when in .a lyingposture, Dmniessof
A'ision. Dots or Webs before the Siffht, r ever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skia and Eves, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs etc.,,
Sudden Flushes of Heat; Burning in the Flesh, Constant.ini
agiuings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits, can be e"
fectiudly cured by
Dr. Hoollarid's Celebrated German Ditters,
I"rcpared by Dit. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine
Store, 120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is .not excelled, if
equaled, by any other preparation in the United States; as
the cures attest, in man v cases after skillful phvs'ciaus had
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids, pos
sessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of the
liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pow
ers in weakness and affections of the digestive, organs, they
are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant,
HEAD AND BE QGXVIXCED.
From the "Boston Bee"
The editor said, Dec. 22d :
Dit. HooPLANo's Cklebii.vti"d Gekman Bittkhs, for the cure
of Liver Complaiut, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, is deservedly one of the most, popular medi
cines of the day. These Bitters have been used bv thou.-
Siinds, and.11 friend at our elbqw says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent cure of ljver complaint
from the use' of this remedy. We are convinced that, 111 the
iise of these bitters, the patient constantly gain strength
and vigor a fact worthy of great consideration. They are
pleasant in lastc and smell, and can be used by persons" with
the most delicate stomachs with safety, uuder any circum
stances. We are speakinir from experience, and to the af
flicted we advise their use.
. 'Scott's Weekly," one of the best, literary papers pub
ished, said, Aug. 2t'lh:
"Dr. Jloofiand's German Bitters maniifactured by Dr.
Jackson, are. now recommended by some of the most prom
inent members of the faculty', as an article of inuch elllciicy
in cases of Female weakness. " As such is flic case, wc would
advise all mothers, to obtain a bottle, and thus save them
selves much sickness. Persons of debilitated constitution
will find these bitters advantageous to their health, as wc
know from experience the salutary effect they have 011 weak
3Iore Evidence. The Hon. C. D. Hineline, Mayor of
the city of Camden, N. J., says:
"Hoot'LANo's German Bitteies. We have seen many flat
tering notices of this medicine, and the source from which
they eune induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits.
From inquiry wc were persuaded to use it, and must say
that we found it sjmcific in its action upon diseases of the
liver and digestive organs, and the influence it exerts ujion
nervous prostration is really surprising. It culms und
"strengthens the nerves, making t-lecp refreshing.
"If this.medicinc was more cenerally used, we are satis
fied there would be less sickness, as from this stomach, liver
and nervous system the great majority of real and imagina
ry dise.ises emanate. Have them in a healthy condition,
and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extra
ordinary medicine we would advise our friends who" are at
all indisposed, lo give a trial: it will recommend itself. It"
should, 111 fact, be in every family. No other medicine can
.produce such evidences of merit.n
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore
going;) from all sections of the Union, the last three years,
and the stongest testimony In its favor, is, that there is" more
of it used in the practice "of the regular physicians of Phila
delphia, than all other nostrums combined a fact that can
easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific prep
aration will meet with their quiet approval when prescdeut
even in this form.
That this medicine will cure liver complaint and dyspep
sia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts spe
cifically upon the stomach and liven it is preferable to calo
mel in all bilious diseases: the effect is immediate. They can
he adnnnisfered to female or infant with safety and reliable
benefit at any time.
LOOK WELL TO. TOE. MARES OP. TnK GENUINE.
They have the written sicnatttre of C- M. JACKSON up--
on the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle without
which they are si
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r 1 Druggisiii,- , '..:
.."ro:,.- .-.i n, '"T
ii iiuiesuig ii-jeuis iui rvuiiiuuivv uuu i (.'iiiies.-K.-e,
SUTCIJFFE, McALLISTiiR it CO.,
juneS eowly. , IA)'iisville, Ky.
DR. ARNOLD'S UNION PILLS.
Green jHiliv Tenn.-, January 10, 1S52.
Dn. Arnold Dear Sir I coasider it but ah "act.of jus
tice to yourself and the community, fo state to you the very
frcat benefit I havereceived from the use oi your Union
ills. Having been 'for quita a number of years, greatly
troubled with dispepsfc, and constipation of tlie bowels; at
times alarming me greatly, I used every other remedy, al
most that I ever read or head of for the disease, all without
the least beneficial effect. I had almost come fo the belief,
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
-great debility, and'my 6tomach was greatly injured by tak
ing ihe different Pills, medicine, xc; but on hearing my
' neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of
your Union Pills, I concluded to give them a trial, and
bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. Jfcrom
the lirst dese of one Pill I was satisfied it was the medicine
for me. I have not yet used quite one vial, and can now say
-to you' with the utmost pleasure, that I have not for the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I have
since commencing the use ot your l .us. i would take no
sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my family have used them with the same harrpj-
effect. At times some of the negroes have had symptoms
of fever at the first complaint I have given them 'one or
two Pills, and never had fc repeat tlie dose but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines used by my family,
have had the most happy efiect I shall always keep a sup
ply of your Pills on hand, and I think that no one, laboring
as'l have undergreat debility and dyspepsia, with all their
evil consequences, but what would, after a use of your med
itliues, join me in saying the same of them.
Respectfully W W MASTERSON
For Sale at the Drug Stores of ZIMERMAN, T.WELLS,
BEECH, FLEMMING & CO., and BOURNE'S
TEING the sole ownar of House's Celebrated Medicines,
ate and Pills, now in the lands'of Iocatttu""atoti
Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia. I offer
to sell the same extremely low to Agents or others who wisl
to purchase. I have alwa large quantity of said medicines;
together with Gray's invaluable Ointment, on hand and will
sell hem at wholesale or retail at lower rates than they havi
ever oeen sold in this market. A large discountwill be al
lowed to those whofbuy to sell again. - M. BOURNE,
june 7 wtf Opposite True Whig Office-
Nashtille, June 2, 1851.
This is to certify that M Bourne is mr authorized Agent
to sell and put out on commission Gray s Invaluable Oint
ment, in the State of Tennessee, Kentucky,- Virginia, and
North Carolina. No Ointment is genuine unless it bears the
written signature of Wm F Gray upon the outside label ot
Uie boaiid all who insh'thc genuine must see that it is
written before thebov, asMhereore be imitations cut.
Beware of an article purporting, to be put up by WW Gray,
of Raleigh, N C, which is a base counterfeit. Thename ol
W W Gray is engraved, as will be seen by close inspection.
Thereforein order to avoid imposition getthe ointinentut
npbv the undersigned. WM F G"Ax.
iSESIBABIiE- PROPERTY FOR SALE.
1 The large Warehouse and Lot on College one dcor
from Broad street, recently-occupied by the jtasnviue Man
ufacturing Company, is ofrered for sale on accommodating
terms, r&pp1! .-.0." ' -'iTSt . J . a?..
vaep4. ,YJ' A J K - i tx-vm iu:
mm.. ALrcx to Tstmt jjcted.
eitv.and tint hewill
"devote his attention to the alleviation of
iuman sutJcnncr, bv curinr Rheu
matiem, GoutfNetifalgia; Coughs, Can
cers, Piles: :boreJs.Tes, bcrofula.-Diseasee
.'of the skinPjarrhcoa and. Gravel, Fer
males snffcring'Vlth ,irrcgtilarities,"nei -
vousness and 'dcbtlitry, can be perma'
nently cured. r
Disease of a peculiar character I gnar
OBfcc'lo remove in a few days radically.
without offensive "or deleterious Medi
cines. Patients would save much time
and moneyv to say nothing of anxiety 'of
mind, by giving him a.j.11.
Invalids from anv section nf flip mnnfm by addressing
letterstatlngjhe symptoms and'enclosmg a fee," can have
adviceand medicines sent to them with full directions.
The subscriber, wishes it. distinctly underslcod, lat the
above cures arc eflecled without the use of Mercury, as the
ctrre is entirely dependent on the use of roots', according lo
, the Indian practice.
Jhc subscriber also keeps anlnEimaryon the corner oi
Ylneand Demumbraiie stieels;. large and comfortable i corns,
well ventillated, and in a very retired part of the citvr 1 1
any wish to be under his immediate aud peisonnl carVand
direction,-they 'cairtome inland no pains w 11 be spared
to render them comfortable and to tflect a speedy cure.
For particulars, see mv ciiculars of certificates."
- . f - - DR; JllTCHELTi,
Indian Botanic Doctor; Office on -Market street, third-dcor
from the Square, East side Sign of the Indian.
Nashville, 3rav 1 ', 1 851.
To the Editors of the 'Nashville Unic'm Gentlemen, By
publishing-thc following you will much oblige meand confer
a favor on suffering humanity. It is but- justice to the pub
lic that the virtues of Mitchell's Indian Rheumatic Extract
should be made familiarly known o even' one, andpartlcp i
lariyto Uiose alllictcd with that painful disease called Jitc
matisin. I have been snfl'erirg with that dt?easefor the la'
twtfyears. Lbave applied to nunioi ous physicians; also tried
Various remedies,, leconimendcd lotuic ifr but only fcucd
tcmpoiary relief and almost in des-pairof ever getting" en
tirely cuitHlj btit hearing-of Mitchell's Indian Rheumatic
Extract, for sometime, I was not willing ,to try W, as 1 have
snent so much mouev. and nil to no purpose : but i.strtfnr
a card in your paper of Dr. ilitcheH's arrival here; I senifor
him, -when he called on me and assured me he would effect
acute; also saiistied me by ccrtincates ncm nigmy mpcvia
ble pci sons in Louisville, some of w horn urc personally kr.cwn
to me, that got well by the use of his Extract, which induced
me. tb give it a trial; and I takepleaStuein stating, tliat after
ai .. . f a i ... .. , ..... j l'j::.,. r .
me ue oi iwo uouies i am entirely reneveu. j-chui nip a-
, 1. . . -...jr.. ,i.i n.n.H...i,c
; ,ju,ri,-i n,,:r,.i,. i i, nf i,r.
Ahi A 1
Public Square, 3d door from the Xew" - -
ANOTHER I3IPORTANT CURE
7 J' MIT OJl ELL' S IN
I) TA JS' EX Tit A C r
Nashville,) May ', lSal.
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir. I take pleasure in siding to"
,vou, and for the benefit of the public, that my Lrother, (a
Mad of fifteen years,) who has been afflicted with the Rheu
matism, for "sometime, in one of lus kliees and backhand
having tried various letcedies, all of which had heretbfoie
proved useless, I was almost m despair that he' ever would-
be. anvthinir but a crinnlc for the rest of Ins life, a the leadtr ,i i:
tf his hue were drawn. But hearing that Mr. Mcintosh , an
old resident of Nashville, had been cured by the use of your
Extract, induced me to try it for my brother, and to my great
astonishment, by the use of one bottle he has legair.cd tlie
use of his limbs, and is entirely free of all iain. I, thei elbre,
feel in duty bound, after having tested a medicine which
must lc- of so much use to those afflicted -with this. ah -fill
diseise, to, unsolicited, publicly recommend it as a cc:
Resneclfullv. vonrs. O. D. WALLING.
'N. B. Persons w-fshlng to confer with me, can do so 1
by calling at my residence, Spring street, Edgefield, Tenn ,
Davidson Cocnty, Tenn., July 5, 1S51. "''"
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, I feel it my duty "to ncknowl-fiv '
edge to the afflicted, the benefit I have received from your lif"
Indian Rheumatic Extracts. I have been suffering with ' . J
Rheumatism in my hips for some time. I was under the VSj
treatment of a physician considered a good one, who told mo v "S3
. . i . . . 1 ... , ii . r t.- i5
that-ne couiti not euect a cure on me. i tearing iu vour jx-
tract etl'ectingso many cures in the cityof Nashville, induced
me fo try it; and I hike pleasure in stating- iliat the use of
one bottle of your Extract has given me great i ellef. 1 con
sider it a ven- valuable remedy for wliat it is recommended,
particularly ior Bheuniaf isnu
Yours; respectfully, D. BRINKLEY; '
Nashville, Tenn., July SI, 1851.
To the Editors of the Union: Deeming it my duty to the
public aud especially iofhiteeiiilHcfed with Rheumatism, thai
Ihave been relieved by Mitchell's Indian Ilheiin atic Extract.
I have been iifllicted fr a number of years.aud ajjiilied to a
number oT physicians for relief, but'iif vain. I also tried
different remedies recommended for Rheumatism, but found
them all to be humbngs. Hearing of Dr. "Mitchell's Indirn
RheumaticiExtract, 1 called on the Doctor, and he assured"
me I could be cured. Having SJ ent so much money and
found no relief. 1 concluded fo be humbugged no more. I
told the Doctor 1 would givehiin a certain sum if Fe would-
elfect a cure. Ulie iioctor took mv case anu iurnisiieu me 1
with" moil icTiics: T ISTlOived riTSdircctions: arid I am now-.'
hniinv in ht nia fiflni- O-n tiftinr tirilinHlos nf Ins prlr-tpf unit VkA
"It.- -- - - . - ......
r i.s 1.1 l zr. . l.. T ..i:...i lr
inu ui uim uiihmi luiiiviiir ii:iiiciii, 1 cumuli iciicil-u.twh
As an act of justice to Dr. Jlitchellj I take this method of lei
commending it to those who are similaily afllictcd. as a ctfridfc''s'l
fain remedy fur Rheumatism.
Yours, respectfully, JO. L. R"i AN.
August 4. -J
Lincoln Cocntt, Tenn., 5ray-2, 1852.
To all afllicfed with Rheumatism, the mosfpiuiful ai:d
annoying of diseases in the whole catalogue of human suf
fering, f would say, apply to Dr. Mitchell, Orhis Agents, for
some of his invaluable "Indian Rheumatic Extract; and I
venture to assert you will not be humbugged but find relief
from j-our snfic'riugs; There is a great aversion fo Patent
Jledicines by the public generally, as.fhey have Lecn so of
ten deceived; but this invaluable remedy is worthy a trial,
and has, so far, proved eflecfiud whenever tried". I will
give a brief statement of my case that those who have been
long afllictcd may not yet despond while Dr. Mitchell sur
vives. Having been afllicfed with the worst of maladies for more
than six years, being confined to mv room a great porth-n of
i .? i iY j i?. 1.. - . , . - - i -i fi-
me nine, anu imaoic to ue uy uay or mgni mv jomis sui
fened, my muscles partially ossified, and so much emaciated
as to seem more like an inhabitant of another eWorld than.,
Willis Ha v ? n tr.i w-wt I'hvsinIo,nCcM
miiu.-iuns i or
fn for vcuf-
near seven years. I
le in the vigor and full
selves it you wisu to be m the vigor i
again. Yours truly,
STATE OF TENNESSEE, f -Humphreys
Cjanty, County Court December Xenn,
' 1352 .
Urbane Harris Adm'r, 4c, ' Pe:iti01(o sell land and
V. r i
. Thehcirs of Jesse Rogers; dee'd. ) "cK--- f
IT appearing to the Couri, tliat Gideon, Jacob, James and ;
Elizabeth Rogers, heirs of Sion Rogers.ldec'd, and Mrs. "
Jones, formerly Miss Rogers; and Mrs. 'liompklns, for
merly Miss Rogers, children of the said esse, deceased,.!
arc non-residents of toe State of Tennessee and beyond the $
reach of the process of this Court, it is, therefore, ordered
tliat publication be madctn the Nashville Union, a newspa
per published in the citv of Nashville. TeuiBssee. 7ir three
successive weeks, requiring said defendantsio appear at the
next term of said Court, to be lieU at the court
house in the t6wn of Wavtrly on the 1st Moiday in January
1853, and then and there plead, answer r demur fo said
petition, or otherwise the same will be taljen for confessed,
and set tor hearing ex parte. I
f- -dce-"r LEVI McCD
LEVI McCOLLTJM", Qlerk.
NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
Cedar Street. Post Office Buildings, Nashville, Tens.
STUDENTS admitted any time, duriag the year. The
courseof instruction embraces Bookhceping by Double
Entry, as used in every department of bisiness, Commercial
Calculations, Mercantile Forms and Customs, and Business
Penvthnnship. The design of the institution is to give young
men a thorough training, preparatory0 entering into busi
ness. I n a properly conducted Mercantile Institution, a bet-
f ter knowledge of Mercantile Science cap be obtained, in from
eight to twelve weeks, than can be acquired in any one branch
of business in u life-time. The pnnSples of Accounts are
first thoroughly taught, aud then theirpp'Icaiiwi to every
Tariety and class of nusiness operation!, is made familiar by
frequent examples. The Student is rcJpiired to perform the
same kind of work' as if he wereln 4 Counting Room. A
'thorg'Cotniftj.UiJs.eJvei InMercantile. Calcui J"
lations, upon the moMarovedSih6ds7MOu3iness Peif-" Tr
munsbip upon practical and scientific principles. Thestu-j..
dant is also cxercifed in forming the arious instruments of
writing, common to business transactions. ae
This Institution has been lor some true in successful opera
tion. Tl undersigned-having beeafor three years Princi
pal of a Commercial CaJIcge in Kentucky, is prepared to give
the most satisfactory assurances of lis ability to conduct a
similar Institution in Nashville, in af manner eminently wor
thy of a generous patronage.
Tuition (in advanceYTor the abo
Ann T 1. - ? ' Tl " .
course of instruction is'
poKJ. insurucuona ure given ui iti
Arithmetic not inconneclion with
in and Jiercanmu
twenty lessons in writing, $5, and
IWVUM 1CKUU1 iu Hiiuui:, V, uuu rii uvi - .
metic A night courseis given foithose who cannot attend
during ine oay., itoomsampiy iiimeu i
augll-wlv f E. FISIv, Pnncipal.
LlXitmed are .this day
JQ opening a fine and well sel
ed stock ot snoi-'yj t; m
Ttrleand Double Barrel
ot eery twscwption, eowpnsini
juird ijiunajiiJieayy ueerijuns,
Ihese guns were all'made to
i' wud order, and we have. .
; "P:" v-.niatoHiers audi
no hesitation in recommending
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efn to uu' .-
ouierd wiaiiiug iu, puiutwc
TARCH. 50 boxesP
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