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I If I ' A X. Iibibf k1.' Mir' If r.f gtrgeJjjjmJ JwnjgCTgyrt-y -ajgMMWjMrtyy vol. xxrv;. .Ui UNION AND AIERlGAN; OEI'ICE ?o. 11, DEADERICK STREET. TUB WEEKLY UNION ANI) AMEIUQAN la furnished to subscribers at tlie following rules: Single copies, one vtw in advance. fS 80; vrilhin the year?S GO; nt the end of the ysr& 00. " -Ciiras Of fire and upwards fS 00 lr copy ftwf one. yew, Clubs of subscribers trill be ceiled fwijc-niitii8 at the forogting rates. -l.o TRt-WE&TLY is imblisTwireTcry Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 er annual in advance; if not paid id advance, C. I. -r,!.-:i e DAlLYimwMWwJatSSrfltlKtlUrs.'' ' '-; C3-TIIE MONEY IN ALL OASES TO ACCOMPANY If SUUSCRIITI0NS.JE3 ' '! s j- Rwdttaiweaof subscritrfions.may lie wade by-mail at our k rifc ' )fr -riII be sent act of the State unless tho order is ac cmHDwl with Ute'csdi. ' ron SJIKKU'F. 15S-We are auUioriKtd to nrmotujce L. AY. Fossel.. as a candidate f,ir re-electi;.n to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March etectwu. JST'We areasthorized to announce Johx K. Emio.'msOX, a candidate for the SliernTalty of Davidson county. EST"W are LuthariieJ toannonnce "Kxocu Cuxxlvciiam, as a eaMdidHlc fitr Sheriff at the ensuing election. J3?"Ye ate authorized to announce Wilmam Lutok, as n candidate fw-Sheriff of Davideou county, at the. ensuing election. ElTWe are aiiiliorired to announce E. B. Bicley as a candidate tor sheriff, attfieetHHfingelecliou. clw.k -or rat countv cprjitT. , g"Weare auttiorbwi tn ahnomice Josrut 'Pectus iUa candidal) l.,r Omnly OtMrtClerfcut the ensuhrgel:iifin.' pSrWc are authorized to announce Felix H. OiuttTHix a candidate forre-dcctioii for County Court Clerk at theeu wiing ejection. J3?Ve are authoritjd tonntxnmre Isaac JlrJosra a can didate for Comity 0iirt Ole'rk, nt thenext March elect ioW von county tjiutee. VW We are aotbnrired U announce John' Rains for re-ehctiuu u CuuU-1'niitec at t!ic ensniiu; election. J' tif We are airthnrizedto announce I'hojiasSiiixer as a J camlMatc furTntttttaof l)avidon Countv. ?S"v'5f t 1 a ottodid:t1c for TitM4te of J)avid.-on. at the Martli eleclibn. J:"" We arc atittfaKzotmo announce the name of W-l'S' itums (Liltti:)i cciiiaiiuie lor mistee lor uarnisou oountr at the ftfxHfardi elecHBirs. tST" J-imis T. FAi'txsEa is a candidate for Register of tho I.ar.d ItiSice Cur Middle Tcunc'ieo at the ensuing aefsoin. if the !gi"-latuto. j. ii. cumtEY, Viirfctinkcrnud Colliii-maUcr. GilUfff itrtvt, A. 25, oji-ofife Sewanu Jfmtte. Vi BGS leave to iiiform his friend and llie public. It cencrallr, that he lias eeil a regular uol- 1 i it liotHn, and hMvmt; lionlit the right for manufacturing and Nlhii;r in li4MeTensee, F4citVs 1'atent Itnlistnict iWe A r-t g!i- and Airvhaiiteil Durml C"aes, the best uowin ueir iirervi.ig the ooqi, he nill keep a ippjy of tbeu to'iunU r on hid, toetlier with an assortment if iillkindiotcinered und wd t'oilins. II in prepared to lurniih pmd HejiftBd an- number nf Hacks that mty be trauU-J; alsosdiroud.. of every d9criptiijn, made in (the Immi si le, together with erv equipage necesja'ty for fuiie All eiepfhie dpatIies or orders from Steamboat s rh1 RailroaJn, or from flie wirrtdinding couutrr vtill be ltomit.l aticidod to. I'-irt'ciiiar iittouliou pahl to jnc pMinjc nil encaaiOR Ijodios tar traportal'on. All orders leil 2l bis Furnhwre a4 Cbfiia llooms promptly attended to, IxHli n'i!lit aixl-'laj' ho will give his'personal attention toall fnnej-als. (JharawmUKlemte. '' J. II. CUUREY. N. B. Furniture and fattrasei of erery- description in ie to order and of the best materials, and warranted; also furniture i ("paired in tV.e bet i-t; leand with dinatch. aiigiT o k-:. ' , J, II, Q. 30XSTHI KG NEW. rpim SOUTH -NASIIVILLU FUItNITTTKE Jl KANUKACMUftlMi COMPANY, iirenmv otferingi -ii!Mi JmI itiH4it ot l'lam and liisimwubie hur mttireot tbeir Iepot on Murtct stree,TUoms' f w (HoiiJioc, (betxeeu bw;i Hull and tnet. ipjdrf.i wl, cii tUer ottar ve. tiroes to stut purottesei'S, 1 1 I lxttli at hn'it: saie and i-iit. Tiiey intend to gii e satbdac i'hhi io purcIiA-ew wort narnmlej. Call and c imioe titear akueu. Ordrs for Work attended ttwiU. depalo!i. IL 11. GROOMS, I'Ws't. W-UNaxi-k. Seo'v - i lep'Cf CASH ! 0ASJI! 60.0ij. do S do J tl - dii; , j , , i ii,(m do w .:imn r-c orcmg, lew ooir, in. i re; llV0-i( doCltfrrv d. io do; loo.iKW Jo lii Chero-JSik--w;J;i - ftn,H. 40 Sa ' tie k; &! d" : io do (; . .. , Tiv . - ,1.!..... '. J ,f ii .).: i ,A":n;AlNMAki:wWiteJ,tol, fairpric(.-s""il!lhcaia ca4(- Ami, I or i good UP- HOLSTlvRx None but good workHson need apply. ju17 FUBRITUM. CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c. rriiiu !...-,!.. I,. ni .unwl fr.mi ilia t'iHJ i J. Eas. and UcoiUintly iwaeivingall kinrfeoi" ! r uRNlTiJuh, CAHI 1.11AU, AC 1IH sUicK at JiHKiM i-t consists of liaoiil 3veiT art i do in Ins Uneot uiwi neat, and a-sextensue as any iu the city. Puroliaseni would do well io rall,'a. be is deit-ruiHicd to sell low lor cah or on tiieCrattHuVbd paper. A. i'AJ lhrtsu, march l." Gdhie near Church slreet THVUKisT VALISES, and CARPET BAGS. WEliavejiMfnwivadalKrge a'l.J line as sort men! of TimtVs. 3ant Basr- nnd Valis. (-.msiMiiw ol' Ode. ltair nnd !CiliS 1airter Traveling: Trunk? and Valises, li of Saxony, Lrns t B ells, Wilton uud eoom.i Bags, which we will sell at ' m ric. 1LS. HOLLINS A CO, , ia'-V.t iwner ol Uoiieee ana union sis., .-hjihiu' FlTEKrrUEE! yaENlTURE! ! T AM just rei i-iving line aArsrucnt oflur- Jl mtnrcnl tin- latent ana most approvca a ivLu liu4 mil 1. warranted as recommend-' - ed, od will be sold a cheap as the chea-eM. Having en argeJ my Wa.-e iooui-s I shall keep an a.-NOrtment ol Gil Lort'siieriorPian, al-w Window Shades, Clocks, Mir nirs, Ac Fiimi'urc t-t ali kinds made to older. Aiticles nt freeto tbeRni!i.ad or anywhere in the city. Remeui ber4", Uuion htrcot. Cheap Fimiimre Depot jjp 1. 11. MOTlTv)".. MOKE IJEW PIANOES. TKliave rr-ocivedbv recent urnvals nine V".' ,JM,. ...,.l,,lll l'us-nt: madeS t..l.K TlmiliamandidainSUKlsrtACo., ofTT'5 THfJ virieusstyles and siz.-s. which ill be sold very low lor c a or pny wttes drawing interest, and warranted to give w. at. if. t:r.ur.NFir.Li) a co. i -riviif'"!7 I nmrUi.ii' n! my lmi"es with a Vieivof IN ienaiH-:uly withdraw mg. Many persons are indebt ed to ino bv iH.irt and ecwmt. some for years, and I hvpe tliev ivill call and pay up without furtlKT delay or trouble, "'have reiii'ivcd my Utf.isaud Papers to tho room ad- - joining Mwm. W. II. (iordon Si la ang 14 SAM SEAY. i;R. J. W. GRAY'. Offioe ia MeCombB'Nsw Suilding, on Cherry. S.re8t,, JM.i JrM li'-- ' decll-ism "'rSL'-. 170R S VI. OR KENT A new Irame Ilonsejust X comptetej wiUi seien n.nis, well plastered and -tiered Situate.! ou Church stu-et, in Ilincs' addition to "Nsfihville. Tli said bouse i-i about four hundied yards from tl Feaie Aca-lcun , ai.d will be sold on reasonable terras. For further riArtkul'irs enoniio of R. U Crenhaw, or ati"lS W. D. ROUBRTSON, M'lxmoro st. TTAVANA CIG.VIIW. f nave ih "ay rei-ejn-i I"! in. .kni superior Itiali.i l.ondreand Prensados Cigars, to which we invite Ui6 allentkin ol I'iuiiolars. july SO N. R. AJIXON. TROY'S CLOTJIIKK DEPOT ! Tbe subs-nbeis X liave tin liiiMt cx1ea-ive an.1 varied assoitrcent of 1(liiiigforP.Mvsrro:n4Ul ever olllrod for rale in the Union. Ordcr-' for GintlenKMi'sClothingfilled at tho shott- (1-1 not ice. . rern-pu: chasing ClJhingat this establchmciit. have tbeiH-iniege oi changing tliem iftlsoy jVo. f? W. corner of Chestnut ami "lOst, Philadelphia: April . I ' lv T.UtTK:l'LAK" Nt)TH'S:".-"bur hccihoiU being i n.ll iml n m-inl uunr ut Hum not worth the trouble .".rJlLuviiii- iwImw 1Iih Vlav oIhmn! (inrltxtUs, hd will 'l iierefiiTd(bihi( cimr-lv forCH. Persons M-iliiiig to buv these tenm will I'.nd it to their advutge to call ""l'owots liarins; oKini npiiHtt iw will please rnwht them fur payment, and thoto indebted wtHiplease rl -anapavtt-K .mk'i ItA .1 NIXON. JOHW RICHARDSON,' IJARUEUAND 1IAIK DRESSER Nil. S2 'KTur. STJOBtT. l f..l !l i- Mir HFN'HI 11 table shaving, lie nape it(m: n-n-i.r n...-. slwre of ii.cmr.fe f " ntrfltea i-Wte knows 1k- W dwioM betireon "gslt and gM or dusted." .. ! i,U. rrUme Court (.fTenncscc. lo tne duecfwl. 1 1 oVhi7hight bidder, for Cdsh at the Coutt llfmr ' Nashm onSAtnrdaythe Hh dayofOdtober. 1 et o7urcel ol'Lvid Ling and being In tlu- Vth I1S- vill sell tnnr. in one tract iv parcel .nwltn 1. W FtlKU Sowtfl. HH, Anmisinuor. av. l'.v JBS-5RW.PAGK, D.StieriflT. tmel mi'i "OTiICK.-"Wie 3khoWrs of the Nashnlle nuu l' vwMMm iUHMad ftimmmy. art-ertuMl o iMftf vMilfc. i the Mmidsv i Spt, fbr the pur - .T IjjtlnfC 'I iiirCCWITli U BUlUWWv; v- v 1 . ...niaonriT'ni KUilU Timr' i. Sun Naitirille Furniture Factorr.nl VV P-as8AsoxKi,i.UMiKn- - ; 1(HW leei mca num i Hk--t; r 7j"KHk oa slaves 60,000 do " no- no o -oo; j, leath, Utco; follces Til i kffllta. His,,WpUm.edH1ly.ailn.I,;mnmay uUi n t.ttd,vc;t hceetmg. iCt , U nfCnmer.d-J,KC.lW - deed , l.l IxigsKio Cllee. N1LI10L Al LACOCK. "zfvVJSi t c.nr lflv-id cu as tho pnxvrty ofBdiwrd S -,tuS7 , xty 10 m4 wdiwenl hi rVvor of Tiim.thv -Uot., - 't.Viv.u.. jiavingbeteteeuto orgMiic INSURANCE. ; ' r THE UNITED KEEHEN'S TNSOHAH'CE COiTPAirj 01 ' -iTASHvmre. ' CAPITAL 100,0Q0 J)0 LLA.SS1 r Cliarteix'i Iy tlie Sta'te. ' THIS Company baring fully organised, is ooir ready to take risls 'on all descriii-xgf .turns of property, against loss or damages gr'X lire, also against perils of theses orinland nar- fe--v jgation. Propositions for insurance will be received at titer office ol the Nasliville Insurance and-1Yu4 Co'.,' College St. A. W. JOHNSON, President. ' J. S. DAsniEt-L, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct, 8,-1852. CnAUt.ESTO.t, JOCIU CAROLINA., . , i Capital 5250,000; 411 Paid la. I HATE been appointed Agent of tlie above Company, at Nashville, and ani fiillv prepared, lo. take Marin e,,l'ire, Itivflr RJ.ks. on IhtTmnt favorable terms. "A full statement of Uic solvency Of the Comiiany can Tie ; seen at theotiice of tlie ashl!le Insurance arm jrust wm mny, on Cullego street. . .scplS- JOHN S. DASHIELL, Ant ' mi; HUTIJAL PHOrECTION INSC2ANCS COHTAirr 02? NASHVILLE, IEN1IXSSEE. nFFI FFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Fo.-t OfBcc, and oniiositethe Verandah, will insuroon l!i mutual prin ciple, Houses, iiercnanaize, x.c, ngainsi jjoss or wamage uy Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes cf Vesselsof every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivera. Also, the Lives of persons in good healthy for a single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Rank Notes trans mitted rr mail. a All persons having their lives or property insured in this Institution, are entitled to a full jiarticijKition in all the prof its, without anY liability ttf loss beyond the amount of' Pre miums which they may pay. i. r. i iiAiicii, i resmcni. f!.Rr JOHNSON, Vice President., L'cicfanr. ' Tjanl C. J. F. WnACToy, Sccic TENNESSEE KAEtNE AND FIRE INSURANCE C01I t lp P ANY. CAPITAL 150,000. OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway "between the Nashville Inn and the Flauters'llank. 3 hey will make insurance on nouses and Hoods of even' de scription against firej on Steamboats and Cargo against firo and tberisk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel llnats and ;tber.riTer cnifls, and on ea vessels and other cargoes, on tba.ciualtenns. JOHN M. HILL, Piesident. .? J3oscrn Yaiilx, Secreiarr. " r " DmECTors. Alex. Allison,- John Mj Hill, F. 15. Fogg, G. 3d. Fog,.Tanve.s Correy, Jno. M. I5a.s, Joseph AVoods, Sam uel Scay, MalUiev Watson, J. J. White, Jacoi McGavock. jaul : ' ' '' 1 ' LIFE IKSDRANB, - NcirY'ork Life Insurance Compnny, No. 106 Broudtray, IVezo York. OSf TUB JIHTKAL l'LAH, Acoiimulatcil Capital S50t),r,i(i.oo. 1! . T.ll nmntior nt l'AH..to fnoil hT thi Coiapcnyup to July 1st, 1832 eight thousand 'sj2 nix hundred and eiphtyone. aietiay irHDivUoiidi mode unuuallv on all Llfo Po- --ac lieieluohapoofslock,bsarir.glnleret&ttho rate of 0 per ent. Jfj The dividends heretofore have always averaged from 41 to 50 per cent. )Q' Persons taking out Policies lor tbe -whl9 terra ot life can give their n.te at 12 months for -Iftper cent of tho yreroluni, and iayClpe.rceutlncash. ApplIcicaUon for riski, prospectus of the company, or In formation rcUtlng to tho subjector Life Insurauco mar bti iade at tlie office of tho undtirslgned General Areut fur the State of Tennessee. JOSEPH HASH. OHco Jf . V'. corncr:Public Square, - oprMMllo'Planters' Hank. Ka'.liville, Aug: 11), 1SG2. iKtua Insiiraiicc Va. of Hartford., LIPS DEPARTMENT. Annuity Fund TTiXCMtJlVtbYheiJ pledgeUjnd appro priatad,fjg3 J-i wi'Jiils rUiorveJ accumulations, bj the chartartwi'j, auid regulations of the Company, In the payment of Anau ' lies and loeies Upon Insuranceon Life, and In no ovcntlla Idoforo'.her debts, contracts, liabilities, or eugageracnts of Jio cotanauy. OFFirjBlSS. ' ' Tnos: K. Rxxrx, Pres't, 8. L. hoostss, S.ecr8tary; K A. licLSLiv, Vice J. W. Sxxaontt,Acl'y,Presae!.t. , Managing- Directors for fAe Life Drparlmcnl. U. A.'UrLKLiy, Jons L.Koswili., IIoojrt Bcati, KotAXn HiraiR, MiusA.Ttttlz, Edims G. ltirtxT HlNUl Q.. PfcATV. 'Thlsbeliif; ajotntStoct propriety company, and condnc nwl ontH9cah system, the Managers Lave adopted a table olrstesofpremlum as low as Is consistent with safety and mih JnwM-tliun those of the Mutual Companies. Applications for risks on while persops, rceolvcii oy ino will lurnisn rrepeciuuesoi lae ivupa formation relative thereto. ; against ulseaauatnd Occidents causing Usuea anu losses aojasi.'a ai iuis iJkzency JOS. A'ASII.Asent, OHceX. V.'. corner Public Suare, opposite Planters lUnt. Samrilio. aug. 11), 1852. lUcdicnL Kxniitisicr. r .,f-nS7'"' rW",l' I OU:$bours,3to5,r.n. DESK ABLE C3UNT2Y KESIDESCE 1'OR SALE. TT WISH toiinnoso of nirra rParm on w.l Vrees,U fiSBi 8 mile? fnmi Nashville, alKit-5. I'hIh liXHn Uie .i!ur-v- -.V.Tr tfreboro' Turnpike, aiming, the landsof 1 irdwell " . . 1 i'Z I 31 ( t "f tk-l N .UUIH " w.. . - .... ! tivation nitliasguodorclunls aslhercare m theS:atc.con. , listing of pearhei, apples, pears, grap.es plumbs in a great varieii: two neverfailin!? siiriits mid evcral 'dialvLcite sniiini. The in.nrovenients aru vjrv ijiir cunsistintr of a good franii- house, with norch feetfiwnt; m:c good brick J'ons, wi .noki-hoiite. kitcben. MaMos,cnbs Ac. The orcli :ntl. hv cloatten1ir.n. would yield iioui "M to S50l year- ly.asthe fiuit is of the choicest kind. My only leaou for wi-Jiiug to di-poe of it is my intention to ch.iiige my loca tion and business. 1 v ill dipo-'e f cu tux-ban J furniture to anv perMKi wishing to jmrohae the said latin. Terms acco-incodatin!r. Title indisinitable. rorfuilher particu- Jars enauire of , . ! MOSfcS, 5. i ang I N. 1'. College sf. 1 "UNTv"ESSrTY OF NASHVILLE- MEDICAL DEPART .rrMIR Third 1 willo.au MENT. . . ! annuil Coarse of l.ecuire in this Department . ! mence on Tuesday the tin-t of N'ovcnibcr next, 5iml continue till the tin,t of the eosuintr March. Pu-l'F. Evb. M. 1)., Piintfiples nnd Practice of Surgery, Jou.v M. Watson, M. l)n Ubstetricsund the Diseases of "Women aud Children. A. 11. BiettAKAX, M.H., Surgical andPatbological Anat omy and Phvsiohigy. W. K. Bo'ivuxo, M. 1). Instifutcs and Practice ofJIedi cine. ' C. K. Winston, M. 1)., Material Medicaaud Medical Ju i ipnidence RoiiertT. Porteh, M. D-, General "and SjeCMil Anatomy. .1. Ueheies LisnsusY, M. 1).. Chemistry and Pirarmacy. WiilluiT. Unions, M. D. Dcmonstnitoro! Anatomy. The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, on the "first Monday of Octolier. A fjll VriVmmvri crtt of Lchires will lie given by "the Profess.-ors, commencing also on the lirst Monday of Oc tober. The Students will have free access to the State Hospital. Fee of each Professor fl5. Matriculation ticket ?o; Dis-s-ccting ticket -Jin. Graduation fee $25. Good board can be obtained in the city at from ?2 50 to :J lier week. Further information may be owoineu oy au- dresjintr tho Dean I. ii. iiinitinijitit Nashville. Jolv M wAtw. Dean. . FOR BALE. l llV-KITt Altl.F. VA11M AI) ! rr A nn Hi.-. O'lntin Tumnike. ZM. miles from .Nashville, ,;,i.;n;,,.,oiwt?: nn which the subscriber nowre- jiidiw. The dwelling, which lias recently been erected, is i . . ,, JJi, .. fcITi nmi.pba a convenient ,l!an. embracing nine rooms and several balls, with all uc- oessrtrvouthnildintrs. The' soil is very productive. Tlie waier is cool and pure, flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds, , of bearing fiuit trees of excellent quality. , In point of health aud socictv, the neighborhood is uti 8urrased. Tbe tract is susceptible of being divided into three lots, each having a bei-utiful building site, with tun ning wafer. Terms and time accommodating. Possession can be'Iuul at any time - Ai H.-i OLD. ... TV- fur-Hi..,. ,,aVi;Mit.ir nnnlr to i LUsDSLEY A CROCKETT, I iulv-1'7 2awlf tw Agents, College street " EXCHANGE HOTEL7r'r ! Corner of'sistli and Main Street,' , ' LOUISVILLE, ZY. I rriHEundcrsigncew-ould respccifully inform his fiicnds JL ami tl.e traveling jmblic in general, that he has leased tho abote named Hotel for n term oi years. Having gone to a Teit oxiieiiseiuretiting. nid refurnishing the same, so I that it is imiw second to no hotel iu the Went. Hoping by , MiictatIsitiontob.isiuc&itomerit a liberal share ol the ! public" favor. - t t15,0.,, , ' 1 FormcrlyofthENashvdlc, Inn. Louisville, July 39 TK o riSm. . , 1FA1IA9I SSRiSAD. (Sraliun 'Bread for 'ilispep . C rv-(,:. r l.u 1..I.1 Mmrv t.tliAf.lwAt v 1 J -. . T viYftVfM. (nv4 ,w- '-1 ' ' ! TOTICE.-'-f shall ill :i Tew days be m receipt oi bj IN F:dls;ocJ.of " . . - ... '. 1 - WAXTi TAPER- . , ii,r;r;B4nll ie fltest an.I most fa-luouablc styles for I Parfors. Hall . Chambers, Ac, together wiJi a large variety I of Phv-scroeiij, W.indow Papcf.'Sc. .... T.'. W. T'lNN.41.Mareet.St, fpll Jf llwee:i Lniou aua me aiiirc. . TJ.IAr."J VK' ViVa.--IU" bags St Ixiu. Mills, expressly A' ft later v, ' 8 SICHOL & J'EACCK 7"t T Alt.C A.V ULrPt.-htob:.sei.ba.fii!ul(iuartcr boxes O Stir CatKhtc. oucT. NIC1IOL A PKACOCIv O ' ' IIG AltS."t bbls St Uinis Crushed Stignr; t'owacnii " NICHOL APKACOCIC ! f'.a-wnsTrv TTAJ'E Tcmoved their office to the West side 01 uiei u rT licScnarcnevr the Planters' Bant, over tlte oihee ot VE Tcmoved their oHice to the West side of the Pub-' - 1 & Co. c WH.1.1.111N Airenl lor jouu iiimtiis. .vi Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce iromnt atleHtKHi-Hmi'iwflii-" ..u ' " rl:" . 7 r rvtrVs viTv ,i,fi,P,f''!. hues DRUGGISTS &C, SEW DHUG STOHE. J. 0. E20WN, ( firnncrty of the firm of Kwln, Brown it Co.,) j r-.y vi i f-,. iw .. . ij - - - -r No. 43, College strc-et, three doors from- Dnion, wheie ho will be pleased to wait upon his pld friends and citizens gen crallv Particular attention is given lo Physicians' Pre set ip'tionsj which" will be filled with accuracy and dispatch. .Soboical Instbumexts, comprising Pocket Cases, assort pfe l'ocktt Vial'Cases: several new Tiittcrns: Spcculums, assorted; Midwife; Amputating andTrenanning Instruments, J jncascs or separate; Tooth Forcep and 1 Keys; Stethescopes; cnrminir Annaraius: siomacii l umps: jjis?cuua juiwiTi. , ' tr.ent.-, &c Trusses in erery variety a complete assortment 6l'vcrTthing usually kept In this line may be found at , aug7 ; JtQ.BH0VN'S. 01IK3IICALS. A large stock, and from the best manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before brought to this market. Attention o"f Physicians to .this Wri of mv stock is respectfullr solicited. UUg7 " J. G.RKOWN. ER3IUA AHUOW ROOT Warranted pet fectly piu-e and fresh: full supply at aug7 ' J. 0. BROWN. ERFUMERY In eTerj' ty!e, Flench, German and American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, &c,ic, , Tooth Powderand Paste. Fiver's Aromat'C Vinegar, Glenn s Roseltear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor Soap, Barbers' Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as sortment of Plain i nd FancySoaps, Hair Brushes, Ac, Ac. Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Comb, Ivory do. Pow der.PuHs and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster, Ac BK7 ' J O BROWN. EKIN TEATcOMPAN X. I have a full supply of the best qualities of Teas, pnt up by this Company. It is the same tonncrly kept by Ewin, Brown k Co., which gave such general satisfaction. Tlie Ne Plus Ultra Black Tea and Plantation Imperial ate thought to be superior to tiny in this market; also. Teas in small caddies of 2 lbs ea5L ang7 J Q BROWN. CtONCRESS WATER 1 have made airangements to keep a constant supply of this water, which 1 receive direct from tho Spfingj'3- gross just received. iM"7 Vv'. J G BROWN. " r l r I ' ' . . ' . . QTONl WARE Of all desciiptionsand best quality; O also, .Flower l'ots; assortcdsiies. ang7 '-'. ' - J 0 BROWN. BA:II100 I'ISHiVg rOEES 100 itwt receivedr also, a full assortment of Fishing Tackle", Limerick Hooks orSnoods, iointed PoIes,"Ac aug7 J. G. BR0 J. ff70R TIIEIIAlRLvcmsCfttharionTBogle's Hypc j rion Fluid, Barry and (Jlirchngh's Tricopherou, at aug7 ! 0 BROWN TARCII. 13 boxes' Piostor & Gamble's Pearl Starch also, sutierior article of couutrv made Starch. m,"7 J. G. BROWN. npL'KNlP SEEO. A largo lot of Summer andWin- X ler, and Summer and inter mixed. aug. J O. BROWN. T?OR JELLIES Sparkling Gelatine. Coulter e neei ti j t7? i .. fi i r JLi Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot Flavoring Extracts. ang7 J. 0. BROWN. IEXI NGTON 31 L'STARU , in ,V, J, and 1 lb Cans; j fresh and just ree'd. nug7 J. G." BROWN. E.VS'O'O WlDEltS and Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin 1 ger, White Lead, Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Ac aug7 J. G. BROWN, 4 College st. TRm HA&AIS pow der COMPANY, Of HazardvUle, Cocaecticut. A. O. ItAIAUD, PBEs't. A. E D0UGL.IS3, sec't. (CONTINUE to furnih Gim Powder of all their well J known brands', Kruiuchj ffifie, Amtrim Sjvrliny jiujvtn Jllfii in kegs, lialf and quarter kegs and caiinWer of one pound eacli. Also, a full assortment of Powder for ltLASTING AND JIINING nuioscs. The reputation of theii-Guu Powder is too well known to require comment. All orders promptly lllled at my rowiltr J-jot, North-east comer of the Square. S. IL LOOMIS, Ag't forthe H. P. Co., aUrr2 if Nashville, Tcnn. "ITTTTAIiIj l'APERS. Jnstre- YY ceived, 2.0vK bolts of those beautiful French Pacers, for Parlors, Halls. Ac. loirclher with a Fnlcndidt assortment ot uold ana civet uoruers, i ire oci eeus, urn . dow Curtains, Ac P37"0n hand n large assortment of unglaied Papers, from 10 to 25 cts per bolt. . . , KLAGES A GORBEY. No. 2(, College street, next door to the Sewanee House. jiilyl4 ;;.M- ' . W. W. 1'INK, 41, MARKET STEEET , bVtwkes union an i) the SQUAnr, Xadirill, Tettiif&te. flT.Tl iTl.VF!I.VrTT.t. rB3 V.X )'KR H.VNGINGS.-A largo aud beautiful variety. f IJecoram-c u an i-apori, an m t . the 1 itest I-renili le-inn. IJorders, Window Papers, Teasdcr and Ccn. trc Pieces, a large assortment Cheap Lnglu-j-ctl Papers 1200 pieces in store, from to 25 cti jier Bolt. All forfale, and Ciicai- oit Casu. ' . july" JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE AT THE ! Clark Street Coach Factory, NO. 5, THE LATEST STYLE P.UGGIKS, BAROUCHES, ROCK AW AYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES. 3f- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that KXl Sloul's Coach ShorV is on CLAR K STREET. ; 1 . t jHtr- STOUT. JUty A J ..... ... TUOKAS IIODOE. XELsOX WAI.KEU. IIOUGE A; AVAliKTllt. Barters, Hair-Dris3er3, be, &c, Xo. 13, Glar $tr((L HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer lo their customers and the public iu general inducements ner erbeforc offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house, w e feel confident that all who give us a call will len-p. u-Ml satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dress- , Ac, we liave large, commodious and neatly furnished Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in tlie city, and as to I convenience and comfort, cannot ba surpassed in tne cotm I trv. While passing, gentlemeu and patrons. jut slep in I mid see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary effect our pure water lus upou a weaned and crMe body. "r"- UNrVEESITY OF LO iJISI Alf A. MEDICAL DEPART MENT. rpIIE Annuel Course of Lectures in this Deportment will JL commence on MONDAY, November 14, and will tcr minate in the ensuing March, Jaues Jones, M D, Professor of Practice. " J L Riddell, M I), Professor of Chemistrv. Waeemc Stoxc, M D, Professor of Surgery. A 11 Cu.f.is, JI D, IWcssorof Obstetncs. A J Wr-DUEnucriN, Ml), Profes?or of Anatomy. GrsTAVAs A Nott. JI 1). Piofessor of Jlatena Jledica. Thomas Hcxt, Jl D, Professor of Physiology aud Pathology. Cokxelics C. Heard, jl u, I uimonsiraiors oi Samfel P. Cnorrix. M I), f Anatomy. The rooms for dissect'ng will be open from the third Jlon dav in October to the First of April. The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of tho Cfiaritv llosp'ital, and attend this institution from November to April. The Students accompany the Professors in their visits, aud thus enjoy extraordinary practical advautages, free of expense. f . There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in fins Hospital. , The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in (!, ,r. TUOJLVS HU.NT. Jl. D , aug3 wSm Bearl. Mowcs. I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by Vti John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. 1 have seen it in operation several times I am satisfied of itsgreat utility. As he season is advancing, I now offerthose I have on hand ror oQti L. P. CHEATHAJI. "jmie2?, 1S50. NaihviUe.Tcnn. NASimLLE. June 2!, 185S. Cot. I- P. CncATHAit: Dear Sir: I have been using lie -'Reaping and Jlowing Jlachino" patcnicnted by Manner ol Illinois which you are now offering to the citizens of Ten nessee. 1 1 is a first nATE labor savixti Jf ACttixE. It works keatlt and luriDLT. The amount cut per day will depend principally upon tho speed of the team. If the team can revel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Jlow, fifteen acres 11 ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public Respectfullv J. SHELBY. ii'IfcF. Bradley how managing the farm of Dr. Shelby, make the following statement: Wo havehadfor more than ono.week,one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping machines, we havctried it in clover and gram blown and lan Mcd, and I now state that itmoivs and culs cleaner than tho Vythc blade, and that it will mow per day as much.asH hands and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day. junc-2 -t A w. r. i.iwiui.r. . Order of Easiness", Dec. Term, 1833. Supreme Court. 4th Circuit, 1st week in December, 1S..-J. 18th 7th 6th 6th th do 2d do do; do Sd do do; 4th week andlst and 2d weckin Jan., 1554. Sd and 4th weeks in January, ; 1654. Mir nnd 1st weekiuFebruary, 1S51. do do do n.:.,i i,.;nra fmm M-h Circuit taken up aim dis posed o at the same time assigned for the civil. ' Byorderof the Court Clerk. ftps.' 1 -r-OR SAIiE. A Farm of 120 acres of Land, G and a jj half miles from Nashville ;, on the Ubanon Pike . ihe nrincin.il Portion of the Farm lies m Stone s River, bottom, Kar cWd-balance heavily timbered; iniprove.nen s arevery goSl. In feci, there are two sets of 'Wcments rhe dice, will, all necessary out "1 Blacksmith Shop-Ui-sl raie waier, - - particulars apply to , "ffiS? St, Or, GEO. 1). 1LUILET, ' ptu On the premises. Vtakk vomt OWN PKESEItViai.-Justre. IVI VP,r sm,U lot of fine Suear, suitable .tor .rresery. ttx!rl . juneSQ Jl, A J, NIXON, NASHVILLE, TENN 5 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 1853. DRUGS, &0. DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOITIID Itytpepiu, JJtarwarn. iiistiie of we JUtreb, ami tuehdiuatet jsaris fnn.i a dimrjerd ttate cf tie Stemaei, J.ir r JSoweL . a Scrofvla aixl Sara f any Had. Fur Gtrural lltMity, from trftcA Ijidm frfjuti.tiy tf(r, U'ure it uot its tqtialin tit icholt lutir'ux ileSiai. THE inventor of this preparation was for three years s completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity ot I the Livertliat be was frcauentlv for wis-ks at a time unable to raise himsilf from his bed. Hesought aid from physician i at homeandinEurojie, but in vain; bis case was pronounced ! boiielcss bv thousands, and it was br accident that be sue- r,.i : .n.h;mCjr c n i.. i.., i .. .t:;.. ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med , : I. , , . : t, if. icuie, ins succe-w iu aucu cases ues Dcen unnaiicu. lie has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse quently said nothing tliiougliflie press of his own cae, uutil the character of the medicine was fully established by its success, as shown Yy the certificates which liave oeen advertised. I subjoin the certifici te of Prof. JL G abbkrt, of Me tophi's, Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my tHlTenng. MEMnns, Tenn., Aprilir,l'-'2. I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Ur.J N. Bledsoe and eouie years ago he was reducid I tel eve lower than I have evcrsecu any one that afterwards recover ed, with what I supposed to be'Dyspepsiaand Liver atleciion, and after trying the prescriptions ot many llij-sicians in this as ivell as other countries, without relief.'he unally suceeded with a preparation of hia own in being restored to good tealth. JI. GABBERT, M. 1). Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We feelsatitfied itwill sustain the character we give to it in this publication. - ' HirxTSTiu.c, January 12,1S52. Dn. Bledsoe: I lake tlie liberty and fell it to Le my dutv lo recommend to all persons sulfering from disease of the Btoraach and bowels, tout Alterative Compound, as a very scperior medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under medical treatment about live years for dyspepsia and diar rheawhen having almost despaired of bis recovery, I con cluded to trv vour Alterative, two bottles of whioh, I believe, entirely cured him. MICAJAU CAYCE. HtlXTSVlLLE. Oct. 7,ao Dr. Bledsoe Some time lias eia-ed since I gave a cei tlficate that my wife liad been greatly beneiited by your Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to -the public, that my wife had for three or four years been subject to the worst kind of spells of cramji in the stomach from dyspepsia. 1 had tried of several whom I thought to be the best physicians in the place and a great many difTercn medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to tiy youralterative compound, I did. so and! am happy to say that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously recommend jt to all persons suffering from diseases of the liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON. lltrsTsviLLE, Sept 29, 1151. Dk. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter ative Compound, I think it my duty te say to tho public, that I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing tliat is gi veu byphysiciana, and never found any thing that would cer tainly i-jlieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which nas relieved me In every attack in less than an hour. WM. B. LLOYD. Giles CouxTr, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851. Dn. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my duty to you and to those who are afUicted, were I not to further recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re lieved me, so tint I have not had cause to take anything in two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age Should 1 ever sillier from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to call on you. 1 um vciy respectfully your friend. ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD. HtrxTsviLLE, Ala., August 24, 1S51 ith reeeivinrr anr efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative Compound, winch cured me soundly, and I recommend it became of the same liappy effect upon others of my acquaint auce. JOSEPH CAROTIIERS. Hcyrs villi, Al-u, March 3, 1S52. De. Bledsoe: Sirt : Judging from the certificates you have already adi ertised.it will be almost unnecessary for me to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of your Compound; but I ainstsay, that for years I suffered a great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, and thoughtthat I never would recover. I commenced tak ing your compound about uiue weeks since, and have gained 25 or CO pounds, uud feel about as u ell as I ever did. HENRY J. GOFF. rgfThe above medicine is forsala in every Drug Store in the citv, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaleing the med icine. Price ?1 per pint l'-ottla. novlS lvd tr DR. FRASX'S MAGNETIC OnTTilEIIT. AilR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and had been bald for many years; by the ue of three tlf of tht M.mn'tle OinUanit, had "hi hair (lUireli; re stored, and now has as beautiful a head cf hair as any man could wish. His age is about 50 years. A son of Mr. Warren, ol this town, 14 years of age, had been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle He had the benefit of the be?t medical advice that a luring and wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of the most aggravated cases I cversaw; he was emaciated al most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of theOint ment ho was tltorougkty cured, and for seven months past has enjoyed robust health. T!ii3 was an extreme case of infijm'tiathn of flit epUen, oi ion long standing; has a variety cf treatment from no less than lit different physicians, without recetvinir benetit was evji cured by the use of only four bottles of tlie Magnetic Oint ment. This was four months nzoand the Luly (a Mrs. Dun ham,) is still in good health, una able to attend to her usual household duties. I have treated two cases of Chronic Sore Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so iry UmJ, as to need an attendant to bad them from place to place One of them bad been nfUicfed is years, the other about 9 years. They had tried the best piivsicans in tbe State, without benefit; aud one of them had been under tho treatment of the celebrated Dr. Miiny, of Cincinnati, for eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in vain euons io eneti a cure, iney are now c JIagnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured: an t, r. i .i. nd are able to read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and.in no caee hatit cured four cases of CANCER by the me cf the jfayrtetic Uinimeni aionet From a thoiough trial of the Ointment in neaily every disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently 1 1 commend it to be one of tho most useful remedies ever of fered to the public Respectfully Yours. BURTON HUBBELL, Jl. D. Dated Jan 27, 1 S50, Amelia, Ohio. Tlie character of ibis Ointment, as nn efficient remedy, is established in this city. There are quite a number of indi vidual who ascribe their restoration to health t) the use cf this extraordinary Ointment. Forsalaby H. G. SCOVEL. BERRY A DEMOV'ILLE. mavG CARTWRIGUT A ARMSTRONG. " IRA A. STOUT, COACH illANUFACTintER, No. 5 Clawc Street, NASnviLLE, Texx., Xextduor to JI. S. French't Grocery Warehouse, and op posite iTi'rrUtb Strattmts A LLkind3 of carriages' for sale, with harness pjffiTlt, to suit All work sold bv me is mado at W-V- the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be goodTerms,lorCaShorgoodnolcs,nsanywork Ih or East sold on as good lern m.idn North or East Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all persons leaving work lo repair may rely on getting it when promised. All orders promptly attended to. mar!5. A CARD. I HAVE this day associated with me m the Saddling Ba. sinc-ffi my son, A. 0. JIARC1L The business, in future will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. All persons indebted to me, by note oraccount, will please come 1111 and make payment. " J. D. JIARCIL r-y inanKim lor me iiuerni suure oi jwimmwv fore, a continuance of the same ii rcspcctlullvSolicitcd. iar.2 J. 1). MARCH A SON. LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving the vciy lug" pnccA forlVNI) WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on gemns? mo uiguesj prices at which they arc selling at the time in Nashvme. and the cash remitted or paid loorde juU-21 DYER PEARL A CO. REN. 31. NOEL & CO. GROCERS, AND COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND F0RWAEDIN3 JEERCKAOTS, Aud Dealers in Porcign anil Domestic T.iqttors, aOL LFJijMK T E. F. 3ELL. an,r,loiTn r.-ni "Rptail GrOCOT. DCllO: in Foreign, Dsinesticiiquors, Eeceimg', ForwurdiE and Canuaission Merchant, CTjposite Sewanee House, College st, No 28. 1IERR3IAN S. SARONI, Professor of Vocal Husie. In3trnaieiital .Music and Composition. Teems. One Dollar a Lcson, payable quarlcrlyi Letters addressed as above, v ill meet with prompt attention. JebS ly- , U.CCAECTn. vyjf.TEROT. , .J.CDEW CARlfTII, TERRY" Ac DEAV. ! DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. Voi,ifnriel StMni' "MtrOaht St., I'fiiladelphi. apnb. ly f II 1 1, 7 .itV .- -..Tiii-aSSiiiic MISCELLANEOUS. ESfADLISHED EOS TEN YEARS. OUR Goods are -elected aud purchased by ourselves, with great care in the best markets, which, enable- us lo sell low lor CASH. Our Gaudies are WARRANTED to keep dry ; and we sell as cheap as any house in the coun try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, 'Revolvers and Self cocking; Spanish Cigrirs, ic.,&c. july26 tf. SINGER'S 1ATNTSTR AIGHT "NEEDLE PERPEN DICULAR ACTION SEWING DIACEUiYE! Soured hy two Distinct Patents. THESU extraordinary Machines lave had numerous di plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew ing Machines ever devised. They now form one of the most attractive features of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in New York. The proprietors tntvicg perfected their great manufactory in New York, are now able to produce the Machines at a cheaper rate, and have determined to give the bencfitto the public, by reducing toe price $25. Hereafter these unri valled Machines will be sold at cither of our regular offices for ft 100 Cash, without Deduction or Discount. Of the admirable qualities or these Machines for all the workof the-Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler, Cairiago Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it is un necessary to speak. The character of the machines forthee branches of business is established, and they are known and admittel to be the mostperfect instruments for the pur pose ever devised. The clear prbtlt on each machine is man S5o0 tu-Jloyo a j car, detcuding on the Oneness and difficulty cf the work done. We desire to call the particu lar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma chine for stitching fine linen and cottou goods. We can Batisfy any person interested that no other machine has ever done or can do this kind of stitching perfectly. The price of the machine includes tha necessary articles for using. When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate usej and full printed instructi jns for using are furnished. Either of the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting the places where cur offices are located, affoi d a convenient medium for purchasing mechines. Principal Office, No. 823 Broadway, N. Y. .xo. soi iv asningxon cl, uosion. Bcaxcii Offices, i .4"L?' ? ifflS" No. 197 Elm St, CinciunatL I. M. SINGHR A CO. julyCO 3m J. II. UurrovV Patent Plantation COKV JIll.U THIS Mill differs from all others in the construe lion of the upper or Kanning Stone, which is composed of French Durr BIocls, eaclosed In a cast Iron Case, which forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron E;e,or Bash,thaaisofereaterexterntl diameter at the bottom tliat at the top, -which Is secured to the back by four bolts, so that every block is In the form of a dove tall, which gives greater strength to aotouefhananyoUier method which is required iasmall mills, where the stone Is rau wilh greet speed, and becomesdanserouslf not strongly made. It also gives any weleht to a stone of small diameter thst Is required without baring itthiek or high, that makes It top heavy. This mill Is a square frame made of wood or castlron.Ia the form ora busx,with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, Itiog' Driver, and Keguliting Screw, and grinds ui-oa the same principle as a urte mill, UitrsrlDg only in me Manner r-ione; this being ofgrestweiEhteoables it to grind nearer the cen- ! teracreaterQuantitv oigrain vrnnies power man any oiuur - mill now iu use. This mill Is portable,and may beattachsd to ti.TTi. vr-t.-. hnr.e or hand Dower, ALSO, all sizes otErcnch Burril ill Stones, inanufaetared on the same priocinle. Joseph H. Barrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for which he obtained Letters Patent In 1812. For alllnfringe ments tho purchaser will ba held responsible for tho right ofusing. These Mills do not require a Millright to set them up; and allthatis necessary to put them In operation, is to attach a hand totheruliey on the spindle, with a dram sufflciently !arB to run a twonty-four inch Mill iMO revolutions per minute, attached to Gin, Steam, orWater Power. By the steadv application of two hrse power the Mill will grind s.x to 8 bushels perhoarof good meal: and will grind wheat as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill. If put to Its fullest speed, wlit grlndfrotn ten to arteonbushelsperhour. Those mills aro warranted to be in every respect as recom mended. Dwictioss raa Usiifo. Place iparmlllaboutEOfeetfrom tho Driving Pulley in a level iiojition; make tho belt of leather six or eight lacheswld. GleiheStonc21() revolu tions a minute with the sun. Keep the neck and step of tho spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of the Banning Stone, In the same way as tho Cross on the Driver, thst Is, the way they are trimmed to run. Kofer- toThos.Paticrson,Esq.,ofIIIghland county.Ohio, Jese Real, E.q.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury, Esq .of Cincinnati, nnd a number of others. All ordersdlrectedto JOHN E. BOOM AN, Ne.52 Broadway, NashTlIlo, Agent for Mlddlmnd East Tennessee, or JL O. BUKKOWS, Jan 5S d. tr-w. & w. ly. TctX Front st. Cln.O, rriirre fiR.T'Vr'VltKItC COMPANY Takes this JL early opportunity of acknowledging M qrtvl tomjdi- meti nam io weir jur.utiuir u TENNESSEE STATE JIEIMCAI. SOCIETY in their resolution of May Mi. "That they shall urga upon ( the Leuislature the passage of a Law, requiring tlie rt llllllllBZ " l- TjHI, jo.fr hilllllM for all the; medicine to uc nica, ot wiucu ir.e umuwrn -VT(;k01?J i'OIC SAJ.E. ine suoscnoernasseT of the said socety may be enabled tohavoall the use ami ( Jj grid families of Negroes that he will sell at private benefit cf them gratuitously. . gale to persons residents in this Slate, and who intend to The G. Co. fake the liberty of snggestingto Ihc Bakers or I lre tbcm thertiu. Residence on the Nashville and i rank Nashville, to petition the legislature, not to permit any lin.Turnpike, 11 miles from NashviHc. JL BELL. tumuies in tne cry ionx.Kciiieir on" ureuu, ' lr;nL-mii.im thn tuotlu fiirrat'ti. OS such secre! asnucnsecreipKiwii.ps r are mmnous to t e weii-uomgoi Hr. .--- bepernnitea. i ne grounus are It Doctors were always in.a.i.u.e mere .u.s... 90 OUT OF EYERY'lon CxVSES 6f YFJ.LOW FEn'ER treated Eclentifieally by the faculty have died, anil, 03 chocs of every 100 treated by oU wmen, the non-medical members ol the How ard Association,-and by more eiccssive humbugs the Ho UKepathic Doctors, have been cutcd. Such statements as tbe tbove are injurious to the profes- sirm. fortieonleareeasilrledestray, una may uq luuuieu to attacli less value 10 ijaim Hiroslyphics, end occasional! f,.ne l,,lil num in nkin Kami; Jlcdicincs, which are'warninted to do no harm, anu lor which no money is exacted iftheydunot prove bencticial. His well kriown mat tne i Dysentery Svrnp nnd the Cliiltlrcns' Pniia of the Gnofenberg Company, have, in two years past s icen saved 20,000 lives, from Flux and Dysentery when ail other rem- ;, 1...1 r, ;!..,! flint tl.e obiection to these remedies H tliat .... . .u... .I,- "it is an attempt to end forth medicines without the pres ence or the Doctor" who is thus deprived or the proper He rree of aid and comfort that he should receive for fiirnish- rn-ihftnioscrintion. "Jiiue iUu lacliryiaie." ine uoctor and ff.amedtc.no should go t bV 1 have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder. fpt-20 TO TRAYELEERS GOING NORTH- H t. -w, V x ted States MaalliMie Through in 13 to30 Hours. NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMI WEEKLY STEAM S1UP LINE. TXr. LEAVES Adgcrs Wliarrcs every Saturday fSLTT5 .-ffi! and Wednesday, afterthe arrivaloflhe cars SSdj from the South landAVcst. . . . 1 1 i:j .lmnplllG. A if fl, -,ti,r,lit- I'm nmv nnd sitlendid " . , -f" ' U.llnrlnn. ger, 1,500 tons, J. uicEinson, wiuumuuti I,2o0 tons, W. Foster, Commander. On Wednesday the Uuion, 1.B00 tons. Richard Adams, Commander Sbutherncr, LOOOtons, Thos. Lwan,tom- nlTlfe' sfcimers are unrivalled on tbe oast for safety, speed ond comfort. Experienced and courteous Comman- uers, ana laoicssuppiieu nuu ..... Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom modation. . , .... , , For freight or passage, having eiegani oiaie iwwm iituum- Comernast Bay and Adgcr's Sou. "Wliarrcs. Steerage 8a. aads4 .,,4pglIrt-.,T I")Yvirtuocf a writ of Vendici ni Lxiwnas to me oi- J rccted from the Circuit Court of the United Stoics for the Middle Liismci 01 aennessee, wmcu is louuucu . , 1 1 1 : .. : .1 r ... . ,1,. .1 . 1 1. . 1 -i jr. jnd'Tneni renuercu m pum juiii. nu w; .y Jlareh? 1858. wherein Joseph H. Shepherd wis Plamtiff . nnd Hetty Lanier and Felix R. Ijinier were Defendants. I will sell to the Highest wader tor casn at, ine touo -f door in the city of Nashville, on Monday the "th day 01 November next, all the right, title, claim and ,nt?re7n . the.defendants in una to a certain house cnu ;, y ,v iH.ingmtrcitVofNasl.yille.onConegest same bouse and lot now occupied by Fall t- j -., .ftit.nts lo satisfy said De soiu as me property 01 me " j j rji.EJlENTS, writ - ." ..... ... . n. writ. Scpt20 tw Ids; jlarshai Jim. uuu jTOcr i-wou. " "f- (i,mvti,n lixlidinunv nil in the i y truto tne oogmaso, . i" C - II g",-. ll also be B.:d. sit. to tne i.Kcicnoenr , '-"r-i MISCELLANEOUS. MAN KNOW THYSELF." , A InvalualU, Book , 25 c,U. -Etoy Family 1 7oii?c have a Cppv.'' , rpWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less X tlian 6 monies. A new eui'.ion, revised and improved, just lssuco. CV4T I AND HANDBOOK fir the AFFLICTED containing an outline ot the origin, progress, treatment and cureof every form of disease, eoniracied by promiscuous sexual inter- j course, by self abuse or by sexual excels with advice lor their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that Would offend the j ear of decency, from the result ol sonic twenty years success- .i.iic, cciuajn.-!j ucvuico io lueciiru or uiseasesoi a delvcute or private nature. To which is added rvcciota for the run nf t!i nliorft iK-t- ! ??"'C!'' a"d a treatise on die causes, symptoms and cure of the lever and. Ague. Tlstimoxt' or the 1eof. or Oestctsich a Paxx.Col- lege, PniLADELruiA. Dlt. HUNTKlfS MEDICAL MAN- UAL. The author of this work unlike the majority ot thwsa I works whnadvcrt&cto erne the dbeases of wuicli it treats, 1 is a graduate of one of tbe best Colleges in the United I Htaics, It affords mo pleasure to Tf commend him to the , unfortunate, or to tlie victim of malpractice, as a successful anuexperrcnceupracuuoutr, in wlwse nonorand inUgnty they may place tbe greatest confidence JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D. Fitou A. WoemvAHD, M. DorPfcxx. Umveesitt, Phil adelfiiia. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the prclesstonal ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous cases of DiseAtes of the Genital Organs, some of them of long standing, have come under my no tice, in which his skill has been manifest in restoring to jr fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical ai(L In the treatment of Semi nal Weiuiess, or disarrangement of the mnctious,produced by self abuse or exes-s ol veneiy. I do not know his supe rior in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion, to rccommeud hici as one, ui hose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them selves. " ALF. WOODW'ARD, M. D. "Ill is is, without exception, tbe most comprehensive and intelligible work published on tho class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason of its readers. Ilis free from all objection ble matter, and no parent, however fastidious, can object to placing it in the hands of his sons. The author has de voted many years lo the treatment of the virions complaints' treated fj "and Trim too t.ttle breath to puff and Hoo lit tle presumption to impose,' hu has offered to the. world at the merely nominal rice of 25 cents, the fruits of some twenty years m-at successful practice" IlrralJ. "No teachrrui patent shoulu be without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save rears' u pain, ni(.rtiucalKti and sorrow to the youdi under their cnargiv a VttfX Mck.m. A Presbyterian olercynian in Ohio, in writing of "Hun ters 's Medical Minimi, rays: "Thousands upon thousands of onr youth, by em exauiple and iullunceot the passions, nave oeen leu mm me iumid ten-pollution wnnoutrvam Ingt'uesin and feor'iil Ciaeiue!ice-i upon themselves and Poa'-critr. The .cuustnutHsus- of thciaudst ho are raising tirailies hare been cnf.tblrd, if mil broken down, and they do not know the csuseor the cure. Anything that can ha 1'one so to erllrghtcn jndintlueuce the "public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread sourcecf human wrttchedneis, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present aud coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of icitjxi cating drinks,; thuugrf it has tlaia thousands upon thous ands, is not a greater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks ou behalf of the afflicted, and, vour co-worker in tlie good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped,! will be forwarded, free of postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or I) copies fbr?l. " Address uioot paid,) C03DEN A CO , Publishers, Box 196, Philudj. Booksellers, Canvassers and Rook Agents supplied on the most liberal terms. scpt27 ly VALUABLE LEON PROPERTY AND FARM FOR SALE. rpHE subscriber would call the attention or those who JL wish to embark in the Iron business, also thoc who wish to own a handsome and fertile firm, to the following property which he offer for sale. 1st. Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres. This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek. Dickson countv. i Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the State, being 47 tect nign. l he turnace, except tne stacK, is now Dcing rebuilt, and will be ready to putiu blast bfthelstof No vember. The routeofthe North Western Railroad, as sur veyed, pavos immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un surpassed, and the timber and ground admirably adapted for coaling. Also, Belleview Furnace, and about 8600 acres of rand, including the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones' Creek, aoout three miles South of Charlotte. There is a good water power, and also good farming lands attached to tbispropertv. Also, tbe "Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 37, 00 acres of land. ' The fall is 2S feet, and the head of water immense. There are some very fine firming lands in this tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location. Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck Kiver ore bank In Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek site, of which there are five or six, present the best water power f.irthe bizeoftrie stream that can oe found m any country. i ne auck iwver ui uaak ilc uwi hi iici'ww w "l c lL the State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than at anr bank in the country". It is within half a mile of Duck River, and tho lands around ate covered with the best coaling timber. Al?o, the Lowef Tunnel, at the Narrows or Harpeth, in Davidson county, Tennessee, with tea acres of land for buiUings and machinery. It is unnecest arr to speak of the water power at tlie Narrows or Harpeth. It is known to every one, and twentv-hve years or experience enables the suliscribertospcok with certainty of its great benefits and usefulness. It is, indeed, oolv to be n to be appreciated. Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and which lor beauty and fertility is second to none Tbe house is large and airy, and tbe out-buildings cf the beat descrip tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also by tlie Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is II miles from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is 3 "meadow farm,'' watered by Little Uarpeth, and the best evidence of its quality is the hay produced on it tliis year,, which all who have seen it, pumounce it the best they have ever seen. Itis altogetheroue or the mut desirable tarms for beauty and profit that is in the South-west It contains about SCO acres. The above property is offered for sale, no for the mu-pose of profit or speculation, but simply fromtbe Cictthat the suoscnoer iieiuin, mui.u3 1. uctsaoij umwiiowuwvii the care, necessarily incident to so much real riroperty lo cated nt different pirints, and renders him unable to gire it that personal attention which it requires. Anr one wishing to purchase any of tho above property will please call 011 the subscriber at bis residence, or ad dress him at Good Spring P. 0, Williamson county. Ten neesee. ungSt 4m JL BELL. Cincinnati Enquirer vnilpubluh the above until the 1st 01 jannuiy, i-w-i, ana semi m.i wmu nam , augSl im. ,,,. . , . vAVAV from the subscriber ou tfce nteht of , , .hil . bis ne.no b-.y AMOS. HeisaboutAr , - - -r ,7 iv, ,, , n fnrfl h;h !in j w.;,u, tv v i tai j w , -- .vv-..'. n r- i Iku stroizut raj'lr. Dicker, of1 t to pass mm- Spartanburg District, and wusmirrfiased by Cajit. JamM ffinds or Spartanburg C. II. He is piobably lurking in. tlie vicinity or lint town, or may attempt his escape to a. StetfhfiK r "iril.T ?,,tri,nn,h Aove tlwevM and inclines to be spiteful. The aboTe reward 'Ute. .!l expenses Newberry, S. C. July, W. (Ji NKEL. I scptl 11 -vlTuABLEFAEH FORSAii. T WISH to selllhc Farm on which I rtMu'e. . 7S ' jTlutin Turrimke, cftuUHiiHjabout'iaavaof goodLand, 1, ' ouehalfof which ii is oloared audio a li-irh taleof cuuie- ' lion, and 111 ouierjiau in wuwa aau, 'w ( t iilnthdcotmty.ftndi lentyofir. The lmprovnments corf I sist of a In and commodious Dwi'lutg, Kitchen, .ab- ' .. ... rt-.J , . .. I 1 . . . . V AnH, P.hinl -I i I loom, ruio.Q House, wieru, ico uvihk-, 4.k'u S:.riD!- House, Uaruj.l ' of 12 acres, with every . wiuIf. nr if ilesireo. I wi'l sen Is" (u ucius, ni(.o-'n'x I au'llie men'ts. swings,, Ac The r.,uisvi..e Rai& roadmns tbrouginae irccu 11 1 seiutan r ueiui , residence and farm, as convenient to the city, i,ofle.edf.r t rT: ....! v.!,i i toll tl.f,n-iid.;ntriiiiur- f chf&cwiH doweljto make early ai.plication. lWssion I , j. . .. u f... ,li -. h.ih.ltrtui.litl.in'.inT n fttvt- 1 cfnoegiveiiaba.i uwc iw jiui.itni ....... n. -. f ing crop. I win if desired sell alt my stocK or any purr to ! tho pnichaser, also most of my house-holdfnrniture if de- septt lm X W..I0IINS0J.. ER3'S PATENT STRAY CUTTER AND INDEPEN DENT CORN CHOPPER. rjMHS very important invention lias been in use about X three vears. The inventor has made improvements which liave rendered tt perfect as a STRAW AND CORN CUTTING MACHINE, a has given entire satisfaction to every one who has used it, and is the mcst superior machine in use, for the purpose for which it is designed. It u son . " L.. j ut .,,.1 ... v.nt in order, it plo in all its parts, durable and easily kept in orocr. Ulf-feeding, and easily worked by aboy 12 rr ,V:5!t1 It will cut straw or com m the sbucK irom -lhrceincl.es in length, jrany certificates a a r v t,.r. used them, ' P" "er uuecu uwiu 1 " , ...itpr rtowin :t.. ,jW straw ana corn ciu.cr iiuit iu u4. Persons needmg such an article inay rest assured valuable acquisition to their farm that in it they will tind a j or stable. subscriber has greatly extended his means forman- UIC SUUSCyiol-. 4 ".i I,. ... w j fr.r Ihpm : XLnTnT' farmers and planters HvldLj-iv of the South and West. He will hereafter be PH to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to do me work for which tficy are designed j t , . nt ui 1, ,,. the, inrrntoranu tiaieniee. anu aoie propneior, ne will dispose of rights fcr counties or states 011 reasonable term', to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them, and will furnish one set of casting for patterns, sep? Cm JOHNE. ERR. V"7ANTED ByayoungladY, who has bad coruid V V erable experience as a Music Teacher, a situation In some School cf character. She can reler to those for whom she has taught, and is a member ofithe lesbytenan Church. Address A. N. S., Caitalian Springs Sumner. 0unty,Tmessee, sept9-lm , ; ' ,1 nrnona r Will LiC LTIVCU JU UIC ttUWlcucit.--" . gO. 106., IMEDICAL. rnfTM TnmilurLI LPCToVnS OSvSL THE Fortieth Edition, with One ttn,w?r.T rnonrinn .l,iir,i. j Disease!! and Maltiimiatious of the iiuinau jivstem in every snape ana form. To which is added a Treatise" on the Discasc-i of Females, being of 1 Uigur unpunance hi mamcu people, or!hne contemplating mar rtiTO. By WILLIAHYUUNC,M.D. Iot no faiher be ashamed to pre sent a amy or the aESCULAPIUS to his child It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obli gations of marriage life without reading tbe- POCKET AESCULAPIUS. I.ct no one suffering from & hacknied. Cough, Pain in tbe Side, restless nights, cerrous) feelings and the whole train of Despeetic sensations, and giTea up by their phrslcian, be another moment without cousiUtinj tbe aESCULAPlUS. Have the married, or those about to be married, any impediment, read this, truly useful book, su jt has been the means of saving thousands of nofbrtunaia creatures from the'.Tery jaws of death. nfT" Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en e!oed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or five copies will bo sent for One Dollar. Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNO. marchlS ly Jo. 152 5trti PhiluJebhia. R. R. R. NO PAIN KILLER. TO KILL PAIN we must paralyse the nerves, or In other words produce a jxtftyoC the part to which tha yi tilUria applied. iWnisau unnahtra sensation, arising from an injury or disease which, being transmitted along the nerves) to the brain, give an uneasy perception to the mind. . Remedies recommended to Kill Ittrx, or Paix Ktllxes, are either producers ot Paralysis, or they are not what they are recommended for. If the sufferer of pain is to undergo a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or if the part of the body suffering the tortures of pain, is to suffer an attack of paralysis, we think tbe tbe remedy must be worse than tlie disease. And, if Pjio- is) to be Killed' then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also. - If, on the other band, it is not a "pain, tiller fit is a mis nomer, and not wliat its advertisement claims for it ' Railway's Ready Relief does not Km. paln.Lut it sibdues, its paroxyisms and relieves tbe sufferer from ail painful and uneasy 'sensations. Radway's Ready Relief is quick in its action it instantly relieves, and irimiediatcly' alter seta about ramovtug the cause of the pain, it vtli and cure, it relieves and removes the troubling cause, and hence the joy it infuses. R. R. 11. Its Two Actions. Tbe primary action or BadwuT's Readv Relief is, to allay the effects or any pain ful causes'lhat tlie'human KVslem may be visited with. Its secondary action is, to remove tho cause itself; this it will immediately accomplish, for it is so powerful in action so quick and effectual, tliat tbe moment it it applied or taken the painful paroxyistus are relieved, and the unsound parts made whole, strung, healthy and Vigorous. External Pnms Rhennmtism. Itdraj's Ready Belief applied externally to the parts where 'ilie pain is fel: , will instantly allay the paruxyfcins, scatter the cause, pr Ms xf-ti i,v, tditU Cituf U yv,aud,iu a few mo msnts the sufferer will Irt quite easy. If tlie attack is re cent a few applications will cure it. 11 Chronic, Radwaj's Renovating Resolvent, used in connection with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu matism in its most aggravtl i, lJr- Xrphilitic fJciitic nervous, muscular or iultuuxtorr ifor wonderful cases of Rhenmatism, cared by It. IJ. R. Remedies, ee lUdway's family Friend for the" month or March, lsiS- a copy will be sent to all wlio n L-h it, free oT charge, by ad dressing Radway A Co.,N.w York Uit.v.l Pains around tlie Liver, Kidneys and Heart are relieved, and the unnatural IrriUIions instautly subdned by a simple application or IL R. Relief. Sick Head Ache. R. R. R. will mall cases cure thU distressing complaint lis ant actd properties when taken into the stomach, will neutralize, tha acid, and make the stomach clean, an A the breath sweet. IU counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction when applied to the head, and invigorate and enliven, and refresh the senses. Internal Pain?. Diarrhea, Dysealery, Cholera or Cholera Jlorbus. The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system whileit is under the influence of these maladies, will, in a moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving efficacy of "the It. iL'ltelief. It ullays irritation, it arrests spasmodic action, It neutralizes the poisonous miasma tliat causes thesa painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and in vigor ales with warmth and strength the cold, cramped, and shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores cadi member and organ of the body to a healthful ami vigorous condition. ltadways Ready Leber, and each ot the B. R. R. Kerne i dies, are'niutle from the active ltropeTties of medicines.- - Nothing inert or inactive enter their composition, so taut the system is not clojed wilh worthless and inert matter. In conclusion we would remind the reader that Sdways Ready Robe; relieves the sufferer from pain inot kills.) and cures or removes all unnatural causes of Rheumatic, Neural gic and Nervous .or pajuful character. ... Radn-ay's Regulators prepared from the active pnncipla alone of Medicinal Herb. Roots Plants and Gums, will reg ulate aud keep hi a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart, kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. They will curecostiyness'.iadigestivness, indigestion,, dyspepsia, and all billions complaints and levers. The ladies will find Radway's Regulators the very best reg ulator of the system", in assisting tardy nature in the dis cliarge of hcrmunthly duties. No griping pains or sickness at stomach follows their.operalion, but they insure to all who take thcra a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of the, system. Radway's Renovating Relvi t, is a powerful resolrer of all diseased deposits tliat have been lying in th" system for Tears. A puritycr of the biood and a renovator of the whole body. 1 lor further information oT the wonderful pain-re!eariii and curative powers oT tbe R. R. Remedies, the public a referred to our monthly publications, or Guide tobealth. co pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at ourR. 1C 1. office, lGi Fulton street. New York. . vRADWAY A CO,l2 Fulton st. N.Y'. . forsalbyDruggistsI Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee. ' MANDFIELD3 A CO, Memphis. " .. I HUDGIN, WELLS A JOILS'SON", . juiyS-12m Chattanooga, -And Druggist and MerchanU eTerywhere. ' JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTES, rpnn great Rem'cdy'for Rheumattsm,Gout, pain In the Sid X Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed twins whatever. Wfiero this Plaster is applied Pain cannot exist. . Tliese Flasters possess the advantage or being put up in nir-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli mafes. This celebrated rain Extractor has Jbeen so extenstoiy useilbylivsiciansaudthe people in general, both in this country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any trittWr nbnilt it Yt there mar be some, who stand in need ofits healing powars wlio have not yet tried it For their ssecs we win s. nmy sul WB u . .u-. i cases, and what, twill do foe them when tried, , vnjmr PPOM flEORfllA. GEEEX.Yor Hebrew Pliterhss cured m, ofpalrrs of which I have suffered for twelve years past. AunnginM gested,but without oltaming relieC At length t used TW riaster; anu am wwiw jiajiwi . will rccoinmcnd the Jaw Lurid or Hebrew Plaster to ill who are suffering fmm contraction of the muscles, or perma nent pains in the side or back. , The people of Georgia hare but to become acqnamted with ts -virtues when Iter will resort to its use. Yonts, truly, JL W. WALKER, M. Forsjthe, Monroe-county, Go. . To Meiirs-Scovil A Mead, New Orleans,!. JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH CAROLINA. Mrccp -ft-n-rii. Hfnn: I have been troubled with th va ine jsroi 1 uuu uc iw.". s. r ., 77, iti At thistUmyatUn.1 t "o, ou 1. u -o - -r -. . , WM I slept more than half ortherught jdin 5J) JJ hIiIh tn rid out I consider the "Hebrew A-iasier muur. remedy for all sorts Of pains now in me ilcillSS'- r ' " nccdersonville. N. O, Aug. 11,1330- rsr VtT &T 1ST C3T sr IknvareorcounterfeiUandbaserumUtionsl r Tl genuine wffl in future have the signature K. Taytur ou the sleel plate engraved label on tlie top of each Purchasers are ad vised that a mean counterfeit of this ar icles is in existence. -Tlie eenuine.is sold only by us, and our agentiappcmled. hnwhoiit the South and no pedlar is allowed bjsell jt, Dealers 'and purchasers generally are cautioned agalnrt buy ing of but our regular agents, otherwise they will be impos- edupon with a wortldess articls. Forsaleby SC0V1L A MEAD, . Ill Chartres afreet, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agenttforthe Southern States, to whnax all orders must lie addressed. Sold by EWIN, BROWN O. Nashville, Tenn. ' W. W. A J. B. BERRY. do; J. M. ZIJIERJLVN A Co, do: CARTWRIGUT A ARMSTRONG, do? TltmfAKWEldS. jnlyWtww H. O. SCOVEL. da TOTTED STATES HOTEL. AUOUSTA. OA. I Jpim T 4ND TOAtvSIENT B0ARDERS.S3L J- 4'"UIAfc?,:.d.n,l welt-known House has undiT- r. nAntnTor ins receouoa ui .m. TU'8 & alteration throughout, and famished with Tm TADUJ riU alwys be supplied market affords: and the , Anemr trusu uj . ?l.u"JZTl. th rwmlations oftbehousa course, pom vriod to course, bothw, ana & that may UrKttriVe a PEAK; TT-- nn win in JN " w 1 TUOJlASlLVRniXC Chiirman, tor ships est, ulyH mg purposes. julySO 'i I.