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"ISXr, PmsiHc. Bs5VJusvyif.w. -aw .a- ,-a.sTaML "Ht rm mc - , -;" m I ml ' m m m m 1 mm m a. m m NASHLLEv TENN: TITOItSMY, OCTOBER 27, 1853. ' " - i i ii bttwiibi mm :J"' ' ' it i '- ' - . '- i . ' - NO. 127. t. it . . . . - i 1 . UiNlUjN AiD AAliLiaUAN. office-no. ii, pj3)EtiicK 'CTjuteEr. 0K WEEKLY UNION AND AMERIOAN-Ja furnished to subscriber at the fbHowinjj rates: Single copies, one year iu advanc. ti ; -rilhin theyearfC 00; at the end of the year 1 00. Cuns-rOf five and upward ti 00 ief copy .for or.eytar. ChiV of. subscriber will here-. cclTlCirfixaiinliRatt3ieforeiAi!Siira!e5. ' "v '-'i' bki every -inerasj , jimuj advance, . J)AlU'isrmblhcdalEirfdI)oll?ra. . S3TTHE JJ0NT.V r ' LL CASES TO ACC011TAM SUlKOP.irTIOS , ... s.i.i,, BmiUcnoM of siicHntiona ma ba tfade bj mail4. .oiir risV. . . . , .- tt-f 7 papr will be sent enl pf the Slate unless the crd,e,- ii ac ..oaicjKiuied vn'lbllH! wli. , , .. ,- . fMVII I III! ! II I ' MM I II ' " " JT"5JSlf tor gnnt:iFT. tSTWe are anthoriad to unnounce XVt'. Frsssu as a caiididute for re-c!ec!iou to the ofBco of SherilT of Davidson cfMntr.at the next March election. We nrp authoplnvl to snnouaceMoit1 IwlEosoDSOS. C candidate ust tue iheriffeitv of Dundson coucl v. tgYc are aufiwrucd to announce Exsxil CCNnorxiu, i a ca'.i.lldiilc for SheriiTal the easning election. t3?We are atitboriied to araonnce Wilujim Ldtos. as candidate for SherilT of UjvM-ou co'inty, at the ensuins; election. , tSf We are authorized to announce E. B. Biatarasa candidate fur dieriffi attbe ensuingelediati. Ct-EHif OF THE COrSTV CWCET. I5JU'e are cnthomcd to announce ' Josf in renius as a candidate fur County Court Clerk at lite ensuing ejection. - PETWc nreaHthorized. to unnounce Fuji li. Custuav a caiidhkto f.ir le-election forCouritjr Court Clerk at lieen tuinsr election. If'e are authorired to announce Isaac M. Jose n can-' cidaterorUouutv Court Clerc, at Ue next .Marcli elecliou. " TOIt COPSTT TKCSTET- . ttT" are auAorized to announce Joas K,u.vs fur .r!ectin as Coouty Trustee at tbe ensuing electioai Vif Wc are authorized to a ti ntjunce Thomas 2j bjuiee as a candidate forTrusteeof D-iridfcn County. tf We are authorized to announce Ocoeqs CuRxas a candidate for Trustee of Davidiqn, at the Ian.h election. J3f We ai authorized to announce tbe name of W.K. Hcstu (Collector) us a candidate Jut Truateefor Daridson' comitv nt tbe iiextMarcli elections. J3f Jakes T. FaruocEB is a candidate for Register of the Land Office for Middle Tennessee at the ensuing ressoin ol'Uie Legbtnre. " . SPLENDID LOTTERIES I"01l OCTOHI211, 1853. "Oatlier the iwe buds-while ye may, - , Old Urn: is still a flying ; And that same uau-erlliat blooms to-day ' To-ruarron' shall be dviuj." nt k. Prrfor.R at a diftasice aie particularly, requested" to mail Sitlieir onlcrs for l'nclciges or single TicWK, in these Mag.' iijlicent I queries, trilhout dtl ly. Poverty cannot be cast otT ti soon; and there is no fact in PhiloMiphy more suscepti ,"'3 ble'of denionstratiou than that there isst orp. trnly iortu t Dsto nud fiir-tAiued OlEce . : A Imideomr.-Prize for everyone! ., , ltut it i vitally unporiani to tbe success of the adventure (hat be should 'ORDER EARLY!!! ly postponing jotir Ordrs, jou may miss the tide "which taken at tbe flood, leads oi'i to furtii ie." The sooner ,v' ohc becomes rich the better, and the sooner you luail jour orders for a ' PACKAGE OR SIKGLE TICKET, '.Jnthesepofilarand Lufcy Lotteries,: to- ouftWorld Re nowned and Truly Fortunate Agency, thefiooner you will . ' become rich. Remember that procrastination is the thirf of ' fortanr as well as of time. "T TRIWIPIlAXTSUCCtSS:!' "f7 i- " Xo Alintrmcnt in Selling Prizes! i " J. ' The ''Goddess in Iter lest mood. litltf PritetStUhy PYFEll & CO. front aelQlh " ."' v r. k t r r E3 u a k i: mekchakis." Capital Prize 825,000, " NosVl2,l?,71, SoldinaPacksi of Wlmle Tickc'ts to a ' . Club iu Minstssipul. '" -' , t20,0) fold to a new Correspondent in N. Carolina. ' 518.000 sent in 1'nclaige ofTiikeU to 'Ohio. lf,0o0 sold to antcrch int in PhilSdelphia. SIS.oW sold to aCaptain ofa Steaniboar. ' ' $12,(.i00 hPnt in Package of IljlfTickeb: to South Caroliui. ?9,0Wsold to an old correspondent in Virginia. Si,o00 scut to Tennessee it was the first order for a Pack-. age of Ticket. ; $5,tnH)sent to Camden County, North Oarolina. J" The alxive Prises were all sold audpuid bv the Far Famoil PiizeSt-llersand lkuikers, - 2 PVFEl: A CO , Xo. 1 LigUUrtel, HaUimnrt, sVT.ENmn scirn.uns. fJTheCertMicate Prices of packagtKof quarter tickets uuij , bic n urniH Date, CanHal No.of Price ot .Priceaf Tickets. Packages Oct. Priw. ' ' 1 Ce(J2t,fiW " t 34,000 Hallots. 75 Xos. 12 drawn fio i-" oo 78 No. 7 NVs. 7f Ne-s. 7S Xos. 75 Xo. 78 Jfos. 75 Xos. 73 Nos. 76 Nes. 75 Xos. 73Xo.. 7S No. 7flNos. 7S No. 7a Nos. 75 Nos. 7b Nos. 75 N'cw. 78 Nos. 75 No. 75 Nos. 75 No. 75 Nos. 7 Nos. 1C drawn It drawn If, drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn IS drawn lSdrawu IS draw a 14 drawn 15 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn IS drawn - 14dnnvu 12 drawn 15 drawn Indrawn lidranx 15 drawn 12 drawn 13 drann IS drawn 14 drawn 13 drawn 8 5 10 r. 5 12 25 00 15 00 85 00' OJ 4 5 C1 25. 0Q. 13 00 , C5 0.) IS 00 14 00. .V 00 So 00 18 00 40 00 1 00 4 f ti t ' '8 Tl) n 12 15 34, IS 17 18 13 20 21 ta 21 25 20 27 23 23 ae.ooo 80.0W 24,0(Jfl 4,m 85.H0J . 1VW .otX) -,; o.w Sit.voO 13,tH 8e,tme 8',t0 24,000 1.1.W 7O.00" 10 5 4 1 S 5, lnj 13 00 55 00 25 00 IS 00 85 00 1" 00 It 00 75 On 10 S r. iu it 4 20 81 80,0w0 7." Nos. IS drawn CO 00 ""Brawines forwarded to CoirespondenU by the first mails aller tbe lolteriex pre drawn. "Correi-iiondenta u ill please order a few days before the lotteries are diawn. There is a large pr oentage in favor of tboso purchasers win, order by tlw Package, and the chances of drawing four of tlie largest liize! in the r-cheme, nro thereby seemed. ' S advisetUepurcliase f Package of Tickets In every in- stance. J"llank DraftsorCertificafcsof Dejxsit payable in Gold fat sight, will be piomptlv remittal to those CorrespondeuU who draw prizes at P VFKR A CO'S. ffliemetnber A Package of Tickets, can drew roua of the most splendid prizes in a scheme. J5f"In order to secure a Fortune, and thecash immediate v after the result is known, the readers of this paper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab islled. far fuwdaud truly furtimate Exchange and Lottery Brokers, PVFER A CO., octl lm No 1 Light street. Baltimore. Md. OrciJltKliY, Undci taker anil Cotiin-inaker. OnVetfe strret, A'o. 25, opjMteUti teicanee Jlovir. BEGS leave toinforu'i bis friends and the PuhliCj52E-, geiicrallv, that be has opened a regular Cof-'3ia4 lin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing and sellimr 111 Middle Tennessee. Skill's Patent Indiatruct- ilil. Air-ti'ht and Air-exhausted Uunal Cases, the best now in uw for presen ing the corps, lie will keep a Mipply I uu. ..-.w l , is . . . 1, ... 1 . i.rihem nr.i4lH!itlr on haad.tocell) nana. lotreiner wuit au asauriiuciii. 01 t all kinds ot covered and wood Collins. He U prepared to turoi-di irod Hearses and anv number of Hacks that mav be wauud; aisosni-ouas 01 cvei uescupuuo, maiic m iuu bet st le. taulher with even- equipage necessary for fune rals. AU tetoraphic desplcbcs or orders from Steamboats and Railroads, or fiom the surrounding country will be promptly ntleuded to. Particular attention jwid to prc iiaring ind encasing bojics for tlansjxjrtatorl. All orders l-R at bis Furniture and Couiu Rooms promptly attended to, both Highland day he will give his personal attention to all funerals. Cliargi'-' moderate. J. H.CCRREY. N. B. Funii'uie and Mattrasse's tt every description made to order and of the bost materials, and wananttd; also furniture irpjwed iu Ihe best style and with dispatch. uugU7 1 tN. J. 11. C. SOJECTHITONEW. T Till: SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE MAXUFACMURINO COMPANY, aie now otl'eringt "laspiendid assoitment ot Plain and Fashionable Fur 'H" nitureat ilicir Depot on llni kct street, Thomas' fT fjjjgjnew building, ibelwcMi Union Hall and the fcjj. Squarv.) trfiich they oiler at prices to suit purchaseis, 11 both at whole sale and retail. They intcudto give satisiac tiou to purclia-rs work warranted. Call and e:;a'iiiue their stock. Orders for Work attended with despatch. R. 1L GR00.MS, 1 Wt. V. L-Nastk. Sec'y sept;-,- " " CASH ! CASH ! ! "VTT'NTEn at the South Nashville Furniture Factorr.of VV good SKASONE1) LUMBER ;i iu.t 100,000 fft of li inch Waluut Plank --.wide; . 50,000 do 1 do do do; , 50,00 do 2 .do do do do; , IOO.OiW do AYahiut Scantlmg. S fset lung, 4, 5 i 6 in. sq're; 100,000 do CUrry do do do; ' 10J.00O do IK inch Chem- Plank wide; ..0,6iHI do do do do; 1 M.OOO do 9 do do do; I f.a.Wt do Asb.tangiugfromlVto in thick wide plank; Alo Poplar of all sires en fw Cabinet pnrp,ise, for whidi Omikwill be paid on delivery. . Alms orSOgtxji C.BIN'ETil.KrjtSwanted, to whom fair prices will be given in caslu Abo, 1 cr afgood UP HOIisTEIW. 1 an! 7 None but good workmen need apply. vnwvrruEjfi! FUiiNITUREll I AM just receirinj;a finji assortment of Ftir-j nitureof Uie latest anil most approved ty7? I tvles wnienwin ee warranieu asivniuiuc-nu- f o,, m ill Iu. artirl . chran aithe cheanest. Having- en- arged tny are room, i suau uecji au nwiijim-M. vi beri's superior Piano, "also Window Shules, "Ock., Mir rors Ac. Furniture of all kind made to order. Articles sent free to tbe Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Rcmemi f ber45. Union ftreel, Cheap Furniture VffCx1tix.rn. j ap27 . . . "tyjViA.j ' r'.L tl rf ... , HB3M?JGGgS& , Vew 'MmMijtB'i j. brown, (formerly -A 7i .tinti fKi$iwJirTiB)u& fit,") VilUlMpIdfoutnntmbuoldlViendacncilizfnAcen' i"? - r: '"articular ACtou",vi in girtn. l'liysicUns' Pre- nn-ipiious, wa-.en-wiux'e mien wiiu aeeurnev rmn tusiwlch. 1. C .. I... .... t . , . ; . -. 1 . i . . .. smuncAi. lswhtw'cmpririnKvI,.16ketC4ises. assort - tssortcd; SfidSi ifc, AmiiufJinPandTrwKitniinsr Initrurflents J m cases jor seiitunt Toot.h.Fprpeji and .Kraelhecopes; j ! CiippiuT Ynuaratuj; S(ftmncli intmp-s; IisSjectfon ' lnitni- . : tnvnlsJid.fhJWiUrVirj vnnetv acomplefe'tssortmcnt'' of ererrthtbg usually kept in this line mar be f.iutd at , 1 "iiiHMirTA r."lT7 "i.-ir1UiiA-1iiiiri,lIi,Vi!n it i ' O nennfdethrers'. stt'fesceeSingiy fr('nlfrer before brmurhtlAihM'tuarkct. Attention cJT.-il'Hjsicianff to this. panoi im!ocjlsrejetiluiij- nolicjicu., soitmeut of Plain mrFaiicffto&TWi HAirnmhesi At. !(! i-1 II . Ii . .r T , r . 'a 7 ft i r . t. s'tbiTrierlrkeDrbT cave such ccneral yat'sfiction. The Tea and Plantation-Imperial aie thflughtto be superior to anv in tbtsrnatU-M: tt-p, Teas in small caddie!, of - lbs eacn. augj .i u liiiun.i, AVATJ3R I have made arrangements to keep a constant supply of this water, which lreceive direct "from the Snring;S gTemtTeccirEd.. - P augi " J , Q fiROWK. STONE WARE Ofall dttcrSptivosaod. beatquality; also. Flower. Pots, assorted Ui. . , .. . . . aug7 " ' .. - . . j pBP.OWK. BA.HUOO FJKlilXti POr.ES lOffiust' ruceiVed;' also, a full assortment' of Fishing Tackle; Limerick Hooks orSnoods, tiomled' l'oles, Ac ' '-. ' ai'g7 ili-J3'R0WJCi "70R'rHE IIAJR"--LT0iis'Kathnriop,Jogfn;3 Hype JD rion Fluid, Iiarrv and CUrchugh'a TricopUeron. at aug- m . .-. - :.?T STARCH. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Stat ch also, superior article of ccuntrrmadeSfarclf. "pg7 ' , ; -J. GDROWy. rpURNIP SEED. A ltrgolotofSumme? and Win JL tcr, and Sumniej and. Wist tar mixed. ; aug7 . .1. a. 11U0WK ,T?ORJEI.LIES. ESt SpurVlii'if ljeUUiie,tAXiMiSsOuu:i. , and Shrefl'Ifinglass; ar, n fine lotcf" s. angT .T. 0. BR0WK. I1 Russia Sheet, Flavoring Extracts, I- EXINGTON .11 DSTARD, in and 1 E Cans; j fresh and just ree'd. aug J, G. JlROW?t. "V7"EAST P"oTVI)ER.S and liiown'a Ess. JaxuaicJuin X ger, 'White Lead, Red Lead; Ghi-qme Yellruv,- Chrome Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil. Turiienriiie, Tarnish. Ac ag7 J G. I1R0WN, 49, College St. THE MAAK -POWDER COMPAl Of Kazardville, Csanecticui. a.- d.' MAZABft, rois'r. a. z. tib'rctAis stcr. ' CONTINUE to rurtiih Gun Powder -of all their ivell known brand,- Kentucky ijlif,t Ameriaua, Xjx-rtiny jndian Riff in kegs, half and quarter kegs and cannitlers of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for. ' BLASTING AND MINING ' nurpofes. The reputation of their Gun Powder isfo well known to require comment, ' All orders promptly filled at hit J'orrdrr fiejvt. North-east comer of the Spiartj. S. II. LOOMIs", Agt for the H. P. Co., aug2 If Nasliville, Teijn. -ITTALI. PAFERS.Iustre- VV ceivod, 2.000-"boJt!f Cf. those beautiful Fjcnch Pairs, for .Patlw, Halls. Ac. tocether with a splendid assortment ot Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire bcrctus, Win-. dow Curtains, Ac lfOa hand alargeasorlaientof imglazcd Papers, from 10 to 25 cts per bolt. KLAGES'A GORREY, "No:' 0, College strecf, nest door to tha BcwaneeHlmse. JulvU : 41, KAEK'ST STRSST, " BETWJEN UJJIOK A!CD TUS SQfACE, . . ., . Xjihr'Me, Timiesste. il.OI.1) AND VELVET PA- SuTfR rr.n u.t.i,ua--,i. urge and beautiful vArietr.' ' " I)ccoralIve"VulI Papers, all tue latest rreucti desijrni. n 1 II". . ...t f ' i tre Pieces alarge itsoitmeiit. Cheap I'nslazeil I'apcr 12,1(0 pieces In store. from to 25 cts. per Bolt. All foi'saV, and Cbbap for U1S1L JU!V7 IT JST Fi:U3K2?.ANI) FOR SALS 7 .-. . , "".AY. ,thS,- " - " Clark Street Coach Fac-tsry,- r ' NO. ft, " i THE LATEST KrVLniiCGGinS, BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES. ' r$r Take PARTICULAR NOTICF. tliat oJS&S' StoulV Coacli Shop is on CLARK. STREET. JSg julylS 'v' ,KA A. STOUT. fltoiTu? rioWlK. " .VEISON- tLWES, ; IIODGi: Ac VALICER. I Estbers, Hcir-DriiserB, &c, &c, 1?-. Cciir ffrftf. S HAVE cpc'.ied tlieir new establishment, and offer to their customers and the public in general inducements uev- t n U'lore otrered 111 this city.' liaving newiy linen tip cur k 1 rMl rt.nfl.l.nl ll.o I oil T-. ln mrA iu n rf;.ll trill .i'u..-r, iivi ..v.-....... t. !- . .- m"- , leave well satisfied. In addilicn to Barbering; Heir-Dress- 1 ing. At, wo have large, commodious and Tieully furnished Buth-Rooms. These are the finest iu the cityj and as to" convenience and comfort, amuot bo surpassed in the coun try. "Yhilc parsing, gentlemen and patronf, just step in. i and see with what magic we "make the liair tty,',aiid hat a talnfarr efftct our pure t.ater has upon a wiaricd luid 1 fvtlt boily. jiucl 'f 4 ITI7JVESSITY OF LOTTISIANA.. XEDICAL' DEPART- j -. 1 r t . : . y . i ... 1 m l riMlAumiit.ourscm Jc.urc n. ims . ,u. JL commence on MONDAY, Xoveiuber 14; and tviller J.vs Joses. M D, Profesfior of Practice, ' 3 L RtBDELL,'M I). Pnifc.-orr,fCherni-irT.; ' Wtp.itec Sro.vn, ii D, Protcssor.of Sicgwyi A II Cesas. II 1). Pro'eisorof Obstetrics. A J Wmamiiumc, il 1), Professorcf Anatomv. GrSTAVAi- A Norr, M D, Professor ofMateria Medica. Thokas Hcxt, J-I D, Professor of Plfysii.lagv and Pathology. Cobxexus C- BEvsn, M I), I Demotistiators of Saucel 1'. 'Cnarrix, M 1), f Anatomy. The rooms for disf ec!:og wiJlbe open from thethirdllou dar iu October lo the Ilrst of April. The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and. Surgeons of the Charity Hospital, and attend this institution from November lo April. .The Students accompany the Professors in their visits, and thus enjoy ext'riordiiiary practical advantages, free of cxpeuse., , . There ate one thousand patients prescribed for dail v in this xiosiiiiai. TI.nm.Tiil.fir r.r nlipnf :ir. ,i,rlr twi-nlr tlioilsnnd. m . . , .. - t - , : . . . . ' the year. TH0.LS IHEST. M. D . augS wSm Dean. I REFER tho Farmers to the sla(cmcnt3 below, made by Dr. John Shelby aud L. F. llradlev. Iliave seerv.it in operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility.. As , he season is advancin?,:I now ollerlhose 1 have on hand for UW. . I 1 CHEATHAM. jnne29, 1S53. NaIiville Tenn. Nasitville, June 25, 1S53. Col. L. P. Cmvrn!t: Dear Air; 1 have been using he "Reaping and MowingMachine" paten tented by Manney j ol Illinois, w hich vou are now offering 10 the citizens of Ten- j I nessee. Itis a fihstratclahor savisgmacuixe. it works I XE1TLT and iiAMDLr. Tlie amount cut per day w ill depend principallr uribn" tthdlsjited of tub teain. i'iir,v!r hour, it tvill Bean orlii 11 the team can ow, fifteen acres n ten lixmrs. ItU entitled to the coufideuco.of. the public Repectfuiy t J.SIiF.I,B. I, L.P. Bradley, now managing the fann of Dr. Shelby, makctbe fullottins statemcat: Wc have liad for mote than one mac r-lr.1. sytheblad audthat.it will raow per dayds much as 14 Hand, anil it can re-.iiBt ie;is iweniv-iour ncrva per uay. june2'.i-tAw. " UFT.RADLEY "VrOTIC li, I am i lo-ing up,jjiy business with a view of i. v licrmatieiitly withdrawing. J'any persons are indebt- ed to me by note and account. sne Ijffiy.ears, and I hope , arm i nnf .... ,,.I.K1a they H1 cairainljay tip witlic-ntrtntiicr delay I have tc-moted mv m - v papers to Ihe room ad- M I.IIVI'. 111. ,.1,1 I'l.ll ' ,,,-...-. j. lining Messrs. Yj", H. f)oi drn ti & ro: a'.i i SAM SEAT. . . . ,. ... , KOBE KEV.' IAK0ES. l ' naie icei.i'u u, i--e-j. arrivals nne ' nuro I'fllaise unrivallcii 1'iAxiK, made!2 byJ.B.Dunbafticnfl Ui:uhM.t J IV, off? A f vartstyle3nhusrze,'tvliii tfll bc'MiIrT.t'eg-loir'ior. eah or good iiotesdrnwiug interest; and wai ranted to give, satisfactions eveiyivpecL -'' apri? V.. A T, lLMlRRENTlELD A CO. T I 'ST. K KCHIV.Kl) -This day, k.t l f rj ' 1H1 bbl Ohio wlfisEy ) 50 bbls crushed Sugar; , . 50 " Loaf . dor . ' 10 " Pow'd dflf .' 'HI J5. liprces S.! Carolini Rice; HIV ' " ' .t BOO cans Baltimore Ovs'ei-s, ' 1 - - - v n riso boxes W. R. Cheese;- .- ' ."'x'' -I.. . nil0 di'iiFancr-Jlnwras: and for sale bv , i?ept8,i. ! . . . ,EDWARD3 A HARRIS. L I." ..t-c --i.a -. 'if at .! ' 1 V-iWl uA3ipe5io.i..iwan-ewieneTOMjctcl Drug, JU. t Jlcdicinec, Kilints. Oils, Pe: rqmeifr, Ar. i,c,XT"A I ! I . I . I T"K!flillA AIITIIIW 'tfiOT Warranted ner- I . au, v. r. nivu. ; fniMUBrarefv deUcite fjncilon eoriPeeted-wlUi Uiaf mys. y J , l uaTe Tt T IMiirKRY-t-Ifi everv strle-TreneurQcrmen and -t tefnstomcuuiid jcvccycf muter yid mioa. i.isar lo .iiiiu suuicjcars a; . V ALiS-SS . f tbole-orodt on oftu.u'an tire. Toron of fWd nnw I IowerlUan I have ever eeen an; . riWS ln-H-PnHP,Kl.:PirRr,,.ATn,iv,t-.YJn.,,(ilnn': i euWr r.anio, Of cnennil vi "wjv.- , cu, n.mnur.ws.Ti.poseaHloeiK ' f, ,, , -? 5 if v , - --T--.n-r ; I atthdiinly means oi communicating mav energy wmcu js and alter trviu? tte nrecrittiona j RosellauVOJ. Hell larender. brown and while .Wiadsor i r iJvZZ... ,.nt nr n th.t niuurmi ni.ne. ,r !TT v"I'""a8 7t.rf,Wi.wtHi1l,i:-ni,fl..rf.ls, -,1. :l: ' ""f"';' .i"'J :.r,.iT,".n ,V. i..r.rM a9eaaiJiuercouninec,wnnoul ; nueii acauuu.uoiijrc.si'iugaiiu rice vomo, ivory ao. row-: 1 4 aer.l'uuaanauoxe.M.iilv Uitc, AlaDaster. Ac . wuru man or business, iasm.ni" , auij7 . JiillRDiVX' 1 individual aaneilntr frpm J DEKIN TE"A' COAIlAX.YPtI liave a full supply if-1 ma.ientrtlierfrointuB.Uje of thl I Itlstie'bame'lbiTritrlrteprbT livin: Brown i'Co'T. which .l.ii:y I '-W-irV o-r ,-i.,'l ;iu i ;3 ;,7 MEDICAL. T ,1,r ' Jilt. HOUSES t rrkviGORATIKG COBUiAr.. a Plieaomenon'ln'MciJiclne. i 1I.HH4 He-lortJ suit Life U'ugthtued.by "For c?nt'u'rii MaJIeal telenro hu Txen rn-aeing the Tegctable ai.J uiinrraltlngiJcnis.lujolrthorjoiaeth'ugthKt thuuld rfstoro Uio lost or decaying enorylMOf tho nervous und iuuculr vatcn!, without ta Jrnl)ct of sulueqnent TirAlnf ntl. Wblfib EilSUinUUUi MIUIL2, IUU liJICUltCS iemtifjreeouned. That ionmUln in liecn foun.1. Itl a Tfetabla vriUue:lon, btougiit fiom lbs storlla Ucert o. ( i-VThBSWDy.byihectlfbraled KrofcasorM. "..'orja.well r:r. '7 " r. . . u-ri.i. n.i niin iLtin-iiL.tmii n t.bvililan.acbamUMudatramler. Th juices i.niils herb, I at homeoud in Europe, butin vain; hiscajatrasuroniiioed coiissr.trated and combined milh other tgetsb!e iiihJ!cilh1 hopeIe. by thousands; and tt-iivas. by accident that be snc oxtracu, are now lro lacing reaultj heraiofore unbeard of, ceed-d iu curing himself. &nh&hA3lK5tpraciicuiffnietl by thddljroverer. But Ucj, nudeidaWa rcis attested by I "td lio character of tL9 mtd;ctno wa? fully established Mltneej of tbe hlgboit class and ruarsrter, are now .rt- ! by its success, as iao-n Vy the ccrtiiicates which havvoeea ninpbiriz over ail duabi. lSCRi;UULll is. OVE j advertised. . v sistsble. , ... j me BtiinremeauM, iu i mmm, "" . n. tmnfli.nl tnelthersexoi to any ase. The fee I . . . . . ...L-t...l .....(a.irniith Ihrtnr., iuesii,Tne ailing Kiu,iaowiii,i"i".- -. . iidiiuuiediate and pern ueuiuiT. or ifjiu tuo Incompatabla reuoviiar. onliiDaralvtlsii itniDfJie i acouiDleto anducfailinssaleguardaitaintttaaiierniJiumii whitavo to trifled itlih k.i. i, ...in... fh.t ihr thmi lnemeires oevona lae retch of medicine. Lei not even ibeie do-p.lr. Thq tllxtr deals wita diseufe as it exUti, wfJiout reference to cauiea, and illuotcnlvreiuofetbe disorder Itself, btt KEllVJlbri TUS BKOKKJi CO.NSTUKnOX. The deran-'emtnts ot tbe .yntem, leading to nervous dls 'ei,ai.dlueIor.ns of nervous dUeate UsHf,ar eonumei ouj that it wouldrcqulre a column to enumerate tbe inula, dies Ut wbicb tbU preparatlon Is a PH h-jw-ever. tay be uumucraled4 viz: uearalgta, t c.dolercaus headache. Incipient paralysis, njsteria, pulplwuoa 01 tne lltxl, splLat aftCtloils, raa.eular debdlty, remprs, flatit iecce a pricking ssnsallou iutba flesb, nuiubne, twpWJtj of tbe iber, mental depreesloutakn.escftho wl l.iudts rKialtioutoniove, f.iutaes after exercise, broken sleep aad lerrif.ine dreams, inability to remein Id one placj, or pot tlon, weakuefs or tb proereaUve orgns, sexual incr.mpe tencyrmetancboly, monomania, flaor albus, jinking t tie iUma'ch, femala li'regularltles, a chronic tendency to mls eirriBM emaciation, and all complaluts growing outofa Z?XtZ0t Ibe panto.., and all barreunessiaat dojsnol proceed fiom organic cause i beyond the reach of 10 Whenever the organs to be acted upon are free from mal--formation orttriclural diseases It is a erred that MOKSK'S 1NV1U0RATIXG EL1XIK will replace weaknet with lrei.gth,lncpciy with cy, irregularity wllh.-unlform and natural ac'.n by, and this SV; .! Idiout hazard or reaction, bat with PPT f t on the general organization. JLT. Be" l ."i'i".-!1 maluai, wherever tb begin ,nnn lliblB nrenaratloa known CUKE OF NEltrOUS DISEASES. ' o language can convey an adequate Idea of the lmincai ateand almost miraculous' change which U oecaio: ln the dlsea.l,debir.tated aud shattered ncn "J'. brokendown by excess, weak by nature, or y': ne.3,tlmunrtrnDgand relaxedorgauizationUa oncebiaced re-v viOod and built tip. The mental ami physical symtonis cf nervous disease vail.h together under Its lnflu isthetfi'ect temporary; on the eontrarj, the rclibl is peims. uent, ror Ihe cordial properties of the medicine reach the conitlta'Jouitseir, and restore It to Its norma' condition. Well may ths prepaiation be calledtlie MEUICISAb WOSDER, ,1 of tho nineteenth conturv. It is, as tho flrstsclenliflc mania . tho wiirld would have admitted, that miracle of medicine heretofore supposed to have no exlstauce. ASTIJlULANTTllATESTAIt-SOKlXCTIOX1 ' lUfofce U neverexpanded, as Is Umcajo with" oplani,alco-'-liolic preparations, and all olher eicitauif. Ihtf effect of these it brief, and lliuty well be said ofhlinwhotakesthoni, 'Tbe last state of that man Is worse than the first-" .Hut the' Jiiixir Is an exhlleraut without asinslcdrawback siJ'e In It j opsrslloo, perpetual In IU happy tulluuico upon the ceivc;, , lnamlnd.and tbe entire orranlzilion; it nlltolso remote da 1 prtsIons, excitement, a tendency to blosh, leepte;.oes, dliiiteotsock-ly, incapacity tor study or buslucts. LOSS OF MEMORY, Confusion, eidd!nesj,rush or blood to Iheliead, melancholy, "inchlardenirity, hVsterla, wretchedness, thanghtsof self do irii.l!r.ii.fear of iusanity.hynoc&oudriaiis.dyspctnls aeac- ral iroalralion, Irritability, nervousness, inability to sltep, I diseases Incident to lemaie9,uecay 01 uie propoguung lunc, lions, hysteria, monomania, vajuo terror;, palpitation of the heart.'iinpotency, constipatloa, etc., clc, from wbntevor cause arisiuglt is, irthera lsaay reliance lo ba placed on hu is.au testimony, absolutely Infallible. A CHEAT MED1CISE FOn FEMALES, The unparalleled elTasta of this great restorative. In all complaints incident to females', malt a nen era in the an caU of medicine. 'lhoa;ands of stimulants have been in vented thousands or mvlgorants concocted all purporting tabc specified In the'vailom diseases and derangements to which the delicate rortnallon of woman render her liable Toe result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums have indeed. Imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous stera,atransientand dclus.ve vigor' to the muscles; but Oil n h nr rrlii 1' has been succeeded by a depression and iirnairation ercatcr than tefjre.and tbe end has too often 1 I ueeu niter vtoparaljzetherecupcratlvepowerofthenerves 1 and the vita"lorganlzation,and anally to ueslroy the unasppy , ! pati'tct. llutin MOKSE'8 1.NV1C0RAT .Nfi EblXIIt, f isprescntedas a phenomena In tbe materia raedica hitherto 1 uuneaM of a ftimulatit -without areactloc. I Tie herb which forms its main ingredient, has been ad ! rclited by alt the great medical and pnarrnacjiitical Ins llu- tlonsortnrope to belu this reupjctsul generis. Er. Morse, t whncaami, is an undisputed authority in sciences, dUcot , cred the production InArabia, where his attention was exI 1 Wbytbe wonderfully Invigorating effects it pnduced upon thenatics. Iufaitihow.mderfulpowerof endiiraiice, the exbauallejj vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexeln 1 their desert pilgriuisges, is attributable to tbe use of ibis vl- lalizlngberb. ' An appeal Is made to ' EVERY WOMAN OF SENSE, .u...ir.N rnun wsaV.uess.djran-ement, nerioasness, tre mors, pains Ij ihe back, or any other disorder, w hethcrpecu liar to bit sox, or common in botbsexes to glT the luvigo rating Cordial a trial. , MAKBIED PERSONS, or fiber's, will find this CordUl after they" have used abotllo or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. In all dlrcc ...i.ijt tntinl Uia hannv rarerits of heallhv o3nrlir. - aihorouii regenerator of the system . . . . i . , i ,.r K a who would not ha, c been so, but ror this extraordioary prep aration. And it Is equally poient far the mmy diseases for which It Is recommended. Tlioussnds of young men have been restored by nslagtt, and nottu a slnjle Instance has It failed W bei.t-fli thoia. PERSONS' OFPALK COMPLEXION, or consumptive habits, are restored by The use of a bottle or two to bl.,om and vigor changing the skin from, a pale, jel loir, sicvly color, to atieutifulflorld complexion. TO THE MISGUIDED. These arc some of the sad and melancnoiy easels prouucea . ;r,y l ibit i or youth, lz. weafcnesi of the back, aud S .fainVl,, the bead, dimness of sight,-lo. of muscuUr limb,!!!"?!" tno l,eau,lllllllV5S i eigmfmja UI muit-UHii rower, palpitation ofthe heart, djspopsis, nervous lrtiut.ll- iy, derangement of tho digestive lULciluns,geneialdblilty, 1 SmiWrtl9 l tUUSUIUL.UUU, . ... I " Mentally, the fearful effects on the mind aro much to be dreaded. I-ossof memory, confusion orideasjiiepn'siion of j mints-ei II fore-bodlngi, aversion to society, self, distrust, t luya of solitude, timidity, etc., aro to'iieottneevusprouutea. All thus atliicled BEFORE CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE, should reflect that a sound mind and body are tin most nee CEsary requisites to jiromote connubial happiness; Indeed, without these, the Journey thronghllfebecoaics a weary pil grimage, lae prospect aounj uarnciis 1110 iirwi tno umuus-( comesshadowed with despair, and tilled with Ihe melancholy j reflfctlonthat the happluessol another becomes blighted j nilDjuui " " ' PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. Are often misled with respect to the causes and sources of diseasesin theirsonstnd wards. How ofien do they ascribe toothercausesorwastlngorthe frame, idiocy, madness, pal p Ulion or tho heart, indigestion, derangement of the ner- oust? stem, cough and sjmptoms Indicating consumption, wheiilbe truth is, that the) have been iudulgiug in a perni cious though allaring practice, destructive both to mind, and body. CAUTION. Dr. Mokse's Isvioorauso CoanuL has been counter feited by some unprincipled persons. , Iu future all the genulno Coidial will have the proprietors . facsimile pasted over the csrkof each bottle, and the fol lowing words blown in theeta'sf "DR. MORSE'S INVIROHATIXG CORDIAL, C..H. RING, PROPRIETOR, N". Y." fTp The Cordial Is put up highly concentrated, lrr pint bottles Prici S3 00 per bottle; two for S 00: six for 12 00. v 1 C. H. KINfS, PROPRIETOR, li2 Broadway. New York. Sold by Druggists throughout tho Untisd Slates, Canada aai west Indies, AGENTS. N'ishville W. F. CRAY, successor to CartwrighiiJ: Arm strong. oct-;6 diwaiT om. LANDS FOR SA1.E. TnK subscriber, wishing to move to the South, of fere his lands, containing about 8'X) acres, 'for$i sale on good term. The lands are situated in Hickman county, Tenn., about three miles west of Centre ville, on the , south side of Duck Rive. About 400 aci e of tillable, and about 200 in a good state of cultivation, with tolerable good logdwclling, und other house., with four excellent springs, and can be at ranged so as to make two separate farm. For further information, apply to the subscriber on the tiremises, orto A. M. Williams," Centreviile. sep!7-4twy A. C. DANSBKE. TENIJESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE. MtJItFRKESBORO, TKSS, THE next term or the Tennessee Baptist Female Inalilutj will commenco on Jlonday.Scpt 12, 1S531 The teachers, recently of the'N'ashville FemalerInslitute, will ma"k every effort to secure to those entrusted to -their cliarge, a thorough and judicious cducaiioit 'ami- would be pleased to receive the patronage of their former friend., information may be obtained of Ker. JOS. JL "EATON. D. D., Prcs'tBoard Tnist'., ' JAS. F. FLETCHER, Esq ..Secretary, juy2C 3m end or ofthe Teacher ' ROUANS ! DROGANS ! ! 5000 pairs Negro Brogan, consisting of Home made and Eastern Shoes, which we offer at verv Tow rates. Farmers and all others ih wa-it ofgood aud cheap Shoe., would do well to give -us a call before buying. Also, a large'assortmenl oflKip nnd ater proof and Negro Boots, suitable for the approaching seaon; for.-sale; kxTby ochl btw R S. ROLLINS A CO. , CORN "WANTED. I wLh to purchase ONE TUO C SAND BARRELS of Corn. ctl4-lm . A. HAMILTON. -DRITGS, &C. BISdsOe'S AI.TEE.AT1VS mirpntmrti 77. Jiciiu-Jioetr cil JitiiitdM fbr th VUAt.-'tSf tUf'lAr'r Dy.ii, JZifomiisnt and Imlatiiiitf, the SpUen JkxrUncrnZ, CtJic. laUilfiKyl 'iUx, IhnttirpatioK, 'eh ydixafti of in JfOTU, andtacidiieattt i ari?e from a dlrritr& tiait cf tie &Vnwcv Littr r MchmH, at 1 fhrcfuli c.ul San? if arm !. Fur General PeliM. i iruzn jxiui jrnumMy nrytrt inerc eqiiolintl.ettM-cHjUrittlfrdiai. '. 1 : rjisewmxellirom nisDert. Kesoufhi ctd trunj nbrweran? Tcnn., with whon Io!Tcn ndvUed diuingthe time ot nir f BHltenn lleupms. Temu Anril 17.1352. i . . . .... . xo ne waa reduced i - eve roue that afienrardsrecovti. spcisiaand LiTeraflecdon, ot many Physicians iu this I relieL lie nuailv suceeded own, in being restored to good health. AL liAJUIUlT, IV. 1). Iliysiciaas 'are requested to trr this preparation. We feclsati.fied it will sustain the character tre give to it in this publication. IIcntsvu-le. Januarv 12. 1352. DlBLrso5.'t take the liberty and fell it to te my duty to hm'nie'nd to" all persons suffcrinj' from disease of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Couipuundr ibi a vcxr aeperior medicine, lly son, aged loyeare, had been under medical treatment about five cars for dysj)epshi.and diar rhea when baring aimed desiiaired of lus recoverr, I con- cmueo ui try your alterative, two Dottles of which,.! believe, entirely cured him. 1IICAJAU OAY.CE. HnxTs'viLl.r Oct. 17,A853. Dr. BiiESOE-iScme time lias elapsed tince I gan a cei UBcatc that my wire had been greatly benefited by your Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving- to the public, that my wife had for three or four years been subject to the. worst kind of spells of cramp 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 differea meiliciues, pth momentary relieC Being persuaded to! try your alterative compouudI did so audTam happv to say that it has entirely cured her; .and I would conscientiously recommend it to all pel-sons suffering from diseases of tbe liver and dyspepsia. '. B. ROBERTSON, i , ilDSTSTItLE, Sept.S!, 1S51. Da. BtEOSOS Having seen the publication of ynut Alter ative Compound, I think it my duty tesay to the publicy that I had been for yeajs'tubjetf to' spells of 'Cramp Colic, in its worst form; that I l,ad tried almost every thing that is gi ven by physicians; andtieverfonnd any thing that would ccr tainly relisveme, until 1 tried the above medicine, svhichnas relieved me in ei ery attack in less than an hour. AyM.B.'iLOYD. Giles Corjxrr, Tenn., Dec 25, 1951. - Drt. Bledsoe: I feel that 1 should fall short of luv dnty to you and.tolh&"wbo are afflicted, were I not t6 further recoiumeud jour Alterative, Compound. It lias; entirely re-i lieved me, so that I have not bad cuuso to take anything in two months , I can eat unythiug I .want with impunity, and believe'iny health is as guoil us it ever is at my advanced age. Should.l ever suffer from dyspensia again I WiaU be sure to' call oa vou. I am ven- itisricctfUllv tout friend. - ELIZABETH J-UARW00D. ' ' IIcntsvjllk, AUt, August 24, 18?L This is to certif)-, that I had suifcred for many years with (Dyspepsia and Diseases" of the Liver. I'hytician after Phy siciau liad prescribed for me without m v recciviug any beri cfit, wlien I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative Compound, whicli'oired n.e soundly, and I recornipend it because of Ihe aiue hapy v cfiet-t upon others of m v ucquaint ance. ' JOSEPH GAItOTHERS. .',1,- Hcxtsville, Ala., JlarchS, 1852. ' Da. BLzbsAc Snt : Jndiiuj from the certificates you have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me to add further evidence in recurd to the healinz' virtues of I your Compound; but I ainst say, that for years I suffered a great ueat Irani Liysiiepsia aoa enlargement ot the spleen, and "thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak ing yourcomiiouud about nine, weeks since, and have' gained 25 or SO pounds, and feel about a'S well aS I ever did. HENRY J. G0FF. tSfThe above medicineiforsaleJn every Drug Store iu the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN DERSUOTT, General Agent, for wholesaleing the med icine. J50Pricc-51 perpmt Bottle. novlS Ivd tr v.jcjcu rvYsa .t DR. TRASTf'S KAGJTETIC OTNTnrFTWT. A MR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and had bcen"bald for many vcars: br the use of ? tlts of Uie Ifjanetic OlntiMnt, hail J,ii hair e.ulinh rt ttoreJ, andnon'hasas beautifula headof hairasanyman could wish. UU ago is about 7.0 years. A son of Mr. Warren, of this tutrn, 14 rears of age, had been afflicted with the Asthma from his" cradle He had the benefit of tlie best medical advice that a loving and wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of the most aggravated cases I oversaw; he was emaciated al most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint menthc was tiwrovg7iii;eurrl, and for seven months past has enjoyed robust health. This was an extreme case or infammaiion of the spltxn, pf lung standing; has a vai ictyj of ti eatinent f 1 om no less than tlnht different physicians, without receiving benefit was cured bv the U'eof onlv four bottle of the Magnetic Oint- j nient, t Tliis was four months agoand the lady (a Mrs. Dun ! ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual j household duties. I have treated two cases of CJironit Svre j Eye with the Ointment, both of the patients so neaHy IlflnJ, a to nted an attendant to lead them from place to place. One of them had been afllicfed 18 years, the other about 3years. They had tried the best physicians in the State, without beueiit; and one of them bad been under Ilia j treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for i i eighteen months,a!id had expended hundreds of dollars in vain' cfi'oits to effect a cure. They aro now by use of the Magnetic Oiutmcnt, nearlv'or -qiute cured; and are able to read aud attend to any ordinaiy busmen. I buve u-ed the the Liver that he was freooe:itlv fur wifcs at a time luutbiu t.-i tin -nsa Ointment In aliumberofcaacf Piles, and in no cm hart K ,"Sd TheSSSS fre meeiVe saSe " ""?il-4ln-fZZTt& " ' .V,REU'ARU. " dtr, ! 1?ANAWAYfronit?uWrfber", thenightof II by the ue of tbe JLtphet!e From a thorough trial of the Ointment in neatlr every dkeaseforwhiclTit is recommended, I cat, confidently re- commend it to be one of the ma-t useful remedies ever of- fered to tlie nuhlic. Resnectfollv Y'ours. BURTON UUBBELL, JL D. Dated Jan 27,1350, Amelia. Ohio. The character of dds Ointment, as au efficient remedy, U established in this city. TVrenrequitca uumberof Indi viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of this extraordinary Ointment. For iSale by IL G. SCOVEL, BERRY & DEMOVILLE, may?" CARTWRIGHTA ARMSTRONO. IRA A STOUT, . COACH .MANUFACTURER, .j No. 5 ClAIUC STEBiT, NA5nVILLEThSS alsrfifoOA to Jr. '. Frtnck'e (jrwutif IVarehoUie, and op paiift Mitrie A UtrattonU ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with liarncs; tosuiL AH work sold by me is made atJSfcsGJ the Clark Street Manufiictory, and warranted, and will be sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes; as any work made North or East. Repuiriug.done with promptness and dispatch; and all 1 . O, , 1 1 . - I . persons leaving work to repair may rely on gcttuig it when A CARD, IHAY"E Ibis day associated tvith me in the Saddling Bo sinesi my son, A. C. JIARCH. The business, in future will be conducted in the name of J. D."JIarch A Son. " All .persons tndebfed to. tne, by npto qr.acconut, will plitse come up and make paytneni " J.D.MARCH. 3f ninkful for tiie liberal share of patronage hereto fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully sxhcited. Jau2 . JL V. MARCH Jt SON. LAND WARRANTS. We arc buviug and paviug tlic very highest prices forUVN,WA'RRANl'b'. "j'cr- sous at a aisuince uavnig warrants tosen uysenamgio us bycailorWhcrwisc may depend on getting the highest S rices at which they tiro sellingat thtf time in Nashvilic and .e Cash remitted or paid to order. Julys! DYER PEARL A CO. , . ., . , for7sale. , X' iil-JsrRXRLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated 'J. on'the Gallatin Turnpike, FA miles Trom Nashville, .containing about 75 acrefj on which: the tmbscriber now re sidos. The dfclliDg,.wliichlia' recently been, erected, is of the best, materials and style, and upon a convenient plan;' embracing i due rooms aud several halls, with all. ac cessary outbnildingf.- 'fhe: soil is very productive. Tbewafcr is cool and purej flowing in abundance, Tbeorchard cctaina various kinds,-' of IxMringfinit fiocs of excelleiitqudity.' In point pf health and society, tho neighborhood is un surpassed. The tract i su-ceptible pf being divided into three lotseach baritig a b?aiitifnl buildiny site, with tun-ning-.u-ateri Terrxntand'tiiiie Bccotdmodating. 'Possession can be had at any time. . A. II. FORD. For further particulars, apply to 'LINDSLGV & CROCKETT; ' Jnlv27 2;iivff ttr - Agents, Collcge'street 170R SALE OR RENT. A new Frami-House jtif t . completed witli seven- rooms, well plistercd- andpa pered.i Situated on ,Church. street, in J lines' j additional Nashville. Tli? satil 'lajuse is about four, hundred yards from the Female Academy, and jviTl be sold oa feasoaable terms. ' 'i- ' ' 1 For further particulars enquire of R. L. Crenshaw, r - ftticlS...,. , r . V D. ROBERTSON.iJl'Leraore t, . ..: ... - , :, ,-4 ' iy.-M l I-. iAnSCELIiSJEOUS:' ESTABLISHED JFOE T3f YEAHS. OUR Goods ore selected and purchased by ourselveJ, with great euro iu the best maikets, which enables us to sell low tor CASH. Our Caddies are WARRANTED to keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house in. the" coun try. Toyf, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Rcvplvers aud Self cocking; Spanish Cigars, Ac. , Ac. julrSC tf. SINGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT KEEDLE J?2FEK DICrjXAE ACTION SEWING alAt'HINE! Scured hf two Distinct Patents. THESE extraordinary Machines buve had htimerous di plomas and medals awarded t& them . as the besA Sew invM.i.liiiiiCM...w:Cui n-1. r ..r.i. . . ct ' -,...-' w . v. ucunu. nt www Hfliuvuciliucuuri aitractive features cf the Great Exhibition at tbe Crystal PaliceinNewYork. The proprietors having perfected their great manufactory in New York, are now able to produce the Hichines at a cheaner jabx and havn riofprminl in i,;,!.. K.r.i ii, public, by reducing the price $25. HcreaRer tltfcso uori- vailed Machines will be sold at cither of our legnlar.oEcea IUI $100 Cash, without Deduction or Discount. Of the admirable qualttiestiftheseilachines for all the workof the Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler, Catriage Trimmer, Cap Maker, and. Corset Maker, it is un necessary to speak. 1 he character ofthe machines brtuesc. branches of business Is csfablibel, and they are known and admitted to be the most perfect instnuneiiti for the pur pose ever devised. The clear profit on. each machine is frouiiiJoOto tlOOOa year, dcpendhi.on the fineness and diSiculty ofthe work done. IVe desire to call the particu lar attention of Shirt and Collar irantifacfurets tti our ma chine for stitching fine linen and cotton goods. We can satisfy any person interested tliat no other machine hasever done or .can dotbtsktud of sfitchipg pcrfectlr. Thepricebf the machine includes tlie necessaiy articles for usin.- When ordered they are pocked, complete for Immediate use, and full printed instruct1, jus fort-sing- are furnished. Either of tho Express" Companies, or .Men-tints visiting the places where our ofBees arc located, affoid a.couvenient medium for purcliasing niech'utes. Principal Office. No. 32;3 Broadway, N. Y". .AO. Sol Washington St., Ikstnn. No. 57 South 4th SL, Philadelphia. No. 159 Baltimore SL, Baltimore, -No. 1U7 Elm St., Cincinnati. , I. M. SINGER A CO. Brascn Orncrs. julygo Cm Iturroiv's Patent Plantation COIXX MILL,. THIS Mill differs from all others In the construe tlon of the 'upper or Harming Stone, Which Is composed ot French Burr .Blocks, enclosed in a cast iron Case, which forma the back and hooper the Stone with a Cast Iron Eye, or Buh,lbanlsofgreaterexterna!dinteler at the bottom that at tha top, which is secured to the back by fourbolts,so that every block la in the form of a dove tall, which rives sr enter mreugia to asionoioanasyoiner metaou wnica is rcqmrca Inlmall mill,, where the stone is run with great- speed, and ' ircumpsuaiigerous u uoi strongly maiio, iiaiso gives any weight to astor.e of small diameter that is required without uaTiuguimcE or niga, mat mases-ii top ueavy. This millls asquare frame madeor wood or caatlron, In j the form of a busx. with Bndza-trce. :.bplndlelsaIanee,King iiriver, sou neguiaung acrew, anu gnnii ui.on mo same principle as a lane mill. differing onl in the Rnnner Stone: this being of great weight enables it to grind nearer the cen- teragreaterquanUtvofgralnwithlesspowcrthananyoiher millnowln use. This mill isportable,audmay beatuched to steam, water, horse or hand power. ...... . . ' . r . . . learermecen- AL.iu, an sizes otcrencn Burr aim biones. manufactured on tue tame principle. josepn ti. narrows, ot Cincinnati, Is tn inventor, lor which b obtained Lotters Pateat in 13-13. Fur alllnfringe me'iit" the purchaser will bo held responsible furtbe right oi using. These Mills donot rcqnire a Millrightto tat fhetn nr; and all thai Is necessary lo put them in operation. Is to attach a ! hand to tho pulley on the spindle, wllh a drum surhcienUy , large to run a twenty-fonr Inch Mill 240. revolutions per ml.ntp. sttaplip.1 tn l.tn. Stfiiin. nrtValpr- Pnupr. RvlhA steady application ortwohrsepower the Mill will grind ix ' to 8 bushels per hour or good meal: and will grtad wheat I as well as corn. The thirty inch mill. If patio its fullest sned,wlr gnudrrom ten to BIteenbasbelsperhour. fhese mills are warranted to be In every respect as roiom- . mended. t Directioss roa t'siro. Place yourmlllabout20feetrrom , j the Driving Pulley in a level position: make the belt of 1 I leather sir or eight Itichoj wld9. Give tho Stone240 revolu- I I tions a minute with the son. Keep Ihe nock and step of ' j the spindle well oiled. Place tbestaron the back of the ' i Runtilng Stone, in tho same way as the Cross on the Driver, , that Is, the way they are trimmed to run. I ' its Te r to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio, . I T 1. i T." . f . i i., . .. . nl.T.. c o.-,ik- .in;, uiU.ti. MtiiMiii iuuu.i. uuiuj v. . jii.u u j i j , Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others. All ordersdlretledto JOHS E. BOUMAN. N.52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddieand East ', TennesscC.or J. II. BURROWS, Jan 2611. tr-w. & w. ly. West Front it. Cln.O. I THE GREFENRER(J COMPANY Takes this 1 early opportunity of acknowledging- the great eomjtli- mrfltpaiu wj meir jicuicmes Dy mc Tr!Nlvr:ss;i.'K sitatr 'irnn TENNESSEE STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY in their tcsolution of May 5th. ThatllieyAhall urge upon tbe Legislature the passage cf a Iain-, requiring-the rrctjs for all these medicines lo be filed," by which tlie members of tlie said society may be enabled to have all the use aud benefit of them gratuitously. TheG. Co. take the liberty of suggesting to. the Baketa of Nashville, to petition the Legislature, not to permit any iamnies in mc ciiy 10 mase meiv uwu urcau, wuuoui ihr- kiugknown tbe modut operandi, assuch secret pioceedings j niurr nrrvrnvinn r At-x nt? vnimin ttvpr ! .fJS seicn.ihcally by the tacii ty iiav. dial, and luiu u... 98 cases of even 100 treated lj oli women, the non-medical members of the How ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the llo UMcpatbic Doctors, have been cured. aucnstareinenuasiiieaDove are injurious to me proics- ; sloh. for oeoDle are'casil vied cstrav. and mav be induced I I to attach IeS value to Latin piescriptious and expensive I j Hiroglyphics, and occasionally trust to the (logtnas of in- j J mon sense, laid down in plaiu Englisli, to the liiteleuberg I ' Medicine, whicli are warranted to do no harm, and for ! which no money is exacted lflbcydonot prove bciieticuu 1 It is well known that the j Dysentery Syrup und the Children.' Panacea ! or the Grauenoerg Company, have, iutivo years past saved .( 20,000 live, from ilux and" Dysentery hen all other rem edies had failed. . " I But it seems that lbs objection to these remedies Is thht i Ut la an r, t n.r.T.t tn ..nil fnHh M.tMnM nllltmi tl.a n.M. ' ence of the Doctor" who is tint deprived or tlie proper de-f c ree of aid and coaifort iffort that, be should receive for furnish- - . - ing the proscription, "JJinc illaulachrvuctt" The Doctor ailU IUU lilCUIlli.C iuwiu uucuiri, illCUl1 I iarc niucd t ct no quack put them asunder, anu me meuicme suouiu go logeiner, me aicuicai sjocieiy Cpf20 TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. Uiotc8 SJsates Mallliiaae Through in -IS to 50 Hour. NEW YORK AND CHARLESTOS' SEM WEEh'DY STEAM XU1P LINE ,IV LEAVES Adzcr's Wharves every Saturday fe3 and V'edncdAy, aftcrtha arrival ofthe cars from tlie Soutli and West. "Oa Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Jas. Ail.- gcr, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson,, uonunanuer .uunoii, 1,2iX1 tons, W. Foster, Commander. On Wednesday thd Virion, 1,SH) tons. Richanl Adam., Commander Southerner- 1,000 tous, Thos-Ewan, Com mander. These steamers nreararivalled-'on thc'Coastlfor safety, speed andcomfoit. Experienced and couttcous Comnum deis, and tablessupplicd with every luxnry, will irrsnre Traveller by thi3 line every poiiible comfort and accom modation. " ' For freight or iia.age, having elegant State Room Acoom modations. apply at tho office of the Agent, septl5 nENRY J1IS3R00N; ComcrEasfBay and'A dge r"s Sou. Wharves. Cabin pasaagc $25. tcersgc $3. " ' MARSHAL'S SALE. 5 BY virtue of writ or Vendici ni Exjionaa. to mc di rected from tho Circuit Court of the, United Stales for the Middle District of Tetmeasce, which is fouud-d on a Judgment rendered in Said Court on the 25th day of JIarch, 1853, -wherein Joseph II. Slicpherd ni Piamtlfl and IlBtty Lanier and Felix R, Lanier were Defendants I will sell to thejiigbest bidder for casli attbe Court house doer in the- citv o? Nashville, on Mundav Ihe 7th day of November next, aU the right, title, claim" and Interest of the defendant. in und In n rprlsii, honso aud -lot. lymg and being in the city of Nashville, on College street, it being the " ..1 . Tll .1- irnnninuham . same uuuse uuu, 101 now occupivu wj. " n ci irn..r.. i-i ..: An f-r-iitfl itnon and will be nold as tlie property of lho defendants- to ' Mt isry said ;writ, J.-B. CLEMENTS. (i;t20-lTr.tJia ii , ... .- . "rf; f Jlarsbjil Mid. Djit. Teas. , I -t . VMSCELLANEgtrS..' ''HAJr KNOW THYSELF." An ltraltMe 23 tenU. Eri Wi, should have a Copy? TWENTY TnoUSAXDCopiessotdinM thanA moTitlis. A netv edition, revised jtiMiili and Iionroved. just issuetL i3Ur JIUNTliirs MEDIfiAr. lf.ivniT -AND HANDBOOK tor tbe AEFLICTEO eoutainibir an ouihne ofthe origin, pregrj-w. tiwtmeot aud enreof every form of disease, coutractel by proaiiscuoiK sexual, 'inter corafe, bv self abueor by .sexual eiceAS,-witli advice tor "Tiprei emiiw, written vn a urauiar sivie, avoutit; medical technicalities, arid arcrvthaitrthai would ofleud t! carol decency, from thcrtstW sonm twenty yeaja success- . . i ...... uuuic. ucmiru u. uv rtin; in auraKS 01 a, si?"'1 . . ... . f.andatroitisoonthecauseisvmtwMulrun.oftlm -v.uISaa,e,t)ic,,ptB;r)rtbecurof the above dL- '2.- .. ' Lict C,?' mB 1 OEittTRiO'-i Pdx.Col-- SPy.15-nu5TCKS MEDICAL MAX. woikadf Uust emjoHty rftluw, fcriJZ&2j5 uiifbrtnnxiA . -V 11,. r . ? "niucaij mm to tne ate, or lo the rienced Drartu they-may place the greatest ctHifidwce.' - J 1 !naP'1lllfr.f.,mr,n Fnost A. AYocnausn, .at j;it' -II.. o I some of them of long stand jig, li-iVc come under mr i?-i tice.in which hU skill ha beau niauiR-t .r, .i.,. i:.,. 4 feet health, iu some instances where tbe palienC has beeu, i consideied beyobd medical ui,L Ii the treatment of Semi-' r nai eaxness, or dLsariangemenrof the IuncUiMs,prodacc.r t by self abuse or eicesa of rauery. I do not know hi supe- i . nor lo tbe profession. I liare'been ucqnuattMLTiitU tfce lo hinr, i well a3 a kinimess lo lUo uufortunale Tictim of ' , ,. . . s . , ?"v mj'ffetit.n, to rfaxarmien.num aa one, m whose jto- ! "' and lutegrity, they may safely confide tbem- J-!?'- - -, ALF. W000WARD;M. D. 1 . , i,-' 'w exception, U most corDp;haisiveand 1 intelligible itors published on tbe class of diseases which j1-"9"- A Voiding uUUchnicnl ("erns it addrcssc's jiadf . . iii utiusiEaucra. iu iree irom iui oujecitona I ile matter, and do parent, however fasliilk.u r lo" placing it m the hands ofWs ms. Tue author hai ie voted many years, to tlicrtrcatiDeutntthR treated of. aud nvith try little breath to putt, and 'too lit tle jrcsiiifiptioa to impose, he hsofferedto the world at tbe merely nominal price of 25 cents, the frails cf Some twenty years most succcs-ful practice "lieraU. "No teaclieror parent fhocM bo without tho toowlcdg. imparted in this inraliiabls tvork.. It .wuuld savo years oo pain, mnrtitkaiiiyi aud sorrow lo the voiitli under; thctr charge.' iVfi-'a A.u..ttt. " K Presbyterian c!ergyitm in Oiiio, In writing of "nun. Icr's Medical Manual, nivs: "I boiisauds upon thousands of CHtry-tmih, by evil exurmle and ihtlueneeof thepassiona, hare beert led into tire habit cf srinpcl'mtioil wilh.ul reuliz jjigtbesin and fL-artul cfctoequepces upon themselyes add Tioslcntr. Ths imititntli if14 nf Iniaiainrl mTirv ink- t4r '. fandlira hare been cal'.-eblnl, if imj tuikrjt dowi,,and tliey uuuuiMun n:c rwiir ine tun", iivtlung that can be done so to cnhgMen in I h-ftWc'c' tt-i- 'pnhlife mind as to check, and ultimately tu rwuore tuo iyidi.-h'prvnd snurce or human wrelchednts. won!.) tnufir :!u oniti.t h'.f t next to tlis n-!iTioo llf Jun. I'ltrtt ..it.. r..., ,Sl n ....... - . ... . ... u",i nvnin',(nmw.liA.. I .. . .. ... . , . i .. . . c - 1 - calinZ'driuks.,lIm2bit baa slain t hoosHn.Lr.irim HiTTrl --"". iinuiijcii iur uic use m iriuui- ,u7 Jfc rm di,is not a greater Scourge ti tbo human race- Accent ! inyuianKson ocnaa ol. Uie uuiicted, iidiI, yiiur co-vottc uw kw( iii ikjuiiire so,aciirciy engaged in. ingagrt in. rjilLfrwarded,.rreeol. states tor 'centsor b vuij, su.cil CIlTeivpCU. Wl uqstagc, to any part J the .United St coiiies for ? 1. Address (post paid.) , " ' v' COSDENACO. ' - .i v - JhibIisbers1Bis.llj(i,Ih'dadA; Byoksdlcrs, Cauvaisera aud Book Agents supplied on the" oldst liberal term. ' septW ly f VALUABLE IROirPSOPEKTY AND FARit FOR SALE, rf"HEsubscribcr would call the attcnlion pf those JL wish to embark in the Iron business, also ittosc wish to own a Italidnm arifl fprrH. firm- In tho frdbiwmrt- property which lie olfersj'orsaie. . 1-st. Jactcsotirarii-iceanilbinils, say about S-W acres. Thiafhrnace br on Beaver IJatn Creek, Dieksou-county; Tennessee, and tiie Muck is Ihe .largest-iu the Slate, being1 47 feet high. The lurnace, except the stack, is now being rebuilt, and will be ready lo put in blast-by tbelst of No vember. Tho rom.of tl North Weitcyn iLailrou J, as. sur veyed, passes immediately by tlie f urjiace. The or6 is nn surpassed, aild the timber and -ground kdmirably adapted for ciialing. . ; Also, Bcllevietv Furnace, and " about RfiiiO acres of land, including tbe Dickson ore bank. ThU F urnuce is on JpneV Creek, about three iiiiks Soath cf Charlotte. There is a good wafer power, aud also good farming lands attached to thb property. Abo. tlie "Valley Fonrcon Joliei" Creek, and about 37.- 00 acres of bind. Tlie all is 2S feet, and the bead ot water immense There are some very fine fanninhnda-iii this ; tract, aud it is altogether a most; desirablo.locajioa-. Also, the Mill Crek property and Duck River ore bank in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of . .i... .,- . . "" nJr;' cr,iW j &,r ,u,l!',Je 4"e J? fJ,u?dJln "JT eountrr. The Duck Rivr ore bank is tbe heaviest deposite of ore in i .i ... . . i.i. . . -.it ii . i I luejjiaic, aiui uieorenui oe iirocuiva w.unesa laoor man at any bank in the toun'rv. It is within half a mile of Dock River, and the lands around are covered wilh the best coaling timber. Also, the Lower Tunnel, a( the Narrows of Harpefh, in uavidsou county, ienncssee, win ten acres ol una tor buildings and machinery. D isuimecestan-to speak of the water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. It IS Known lO I everv one. aud twcntv.lire venr ,f experience enables tW subscribertospeak with certainty cf its great bcnebl and usefulness. It is, indeed, only to lie seen to be appreciated. lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and which torbeadty and fertility is second to none Tbe house is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip tion. It is intersected bvtbe Southern Railroad, and also by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is II miles from Nashville" and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow farm," watered bv Little Harpelh, and the best evidence of its quality is the hay produced on ii this year, which all who baveseen it, pronounce it tbe best they have ever seen. Itisaltogetherone6f themost deirable tanns for beauty and profit tliat is in the South-west. It contains about CtiO acres. Tbe above property is offered for sale, not for the purpose of profit or speculation, but simply from the fact that the subscriber's health-, makes it ncce-sary to relieve himself of the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lw cited at different points, and renders him unub.o tu give it that personal attention which it requires. Any one wishing to purchase any of the above propertv will plcasecall vothc subscriber at bis residence, i-r ad dress him at Good Spring P. 0-, Williamson county, Tcn i!eeec ruigsil m JL BELL. Cincinnati Ewpiirer will publish tlie above until the 1st of January, 1154, and send bill to thin office. TeT:ROES FOR .SALE The subscriber has sey X cral families of Negroe that he will sell at private sale to persons residents in. this State, and who intend to keen them therein. Re-iileuco on the Nashville and Frank. I lin Turnpike, 11 miles Troai Nashville. M.BELL. 1 about 15; pound.. Hei a hair aud blue eyes, nnd will f e,f a wIlit(.-man- j,e i.t irar ,,,,..1 lrtj - i,;i,i ,,...i..u i .-a.. iii uo iiiiuui uiiempi.io pass mm was raised bv a Mr. Dicker, of ! Snarfanburir District, and was purchased bv Cant. James ( Bonds of Spartanburg C. IL He probably lurking in I the vicinityof that tojvn, or may attempt his escape to a free Slate. He rodeflff'a sorrel horse ten or twelve yean : old. which has a. scar on both shoulders cansed by warts, 1 and is sbiid behind, is quick iu gait and step short, hold ! u tine beail, ts sunk very mudi above the eve aft d inclit.es j to be spiteful, The above reranl ot," FIFTY DOLLARS 1 will bo given fortl.c eppielieujion it the Jiyand imrse; ' tlie boy to bo lodged In any Jail fn the State. Alt expensed ' for keeping the Iionm will also be t aid. j Newberry, S.C. JuK. "W. O. NEEI. sept l tl EBB'S PATENT STRAW CUITER AND INDEPEN BENT CORN CH0PPEH'. rpiIILS very impiHHmit iiiventmri Ira been ?i rite ajioat three yiant . Thu inyenlo. luR mado Inqirovemeiit "a icnuereu i. pcntci h. aoiim a.u i uii. I v 1 I'T f 11 kj. m 1 1 V"L T I aL . . ef . CUTTING -MACHINE. It ba4 gTven entire" SA!ls6ictioato. every onenliolias iwxl it, and is the.uit itirior machine I in use, for the purpo-e f;ir v.-hich it i designed. It is slm pie in all its parLa,- ilumble anipeflsilv kept in nidtr. '.It h j sejr-feedirig, and ea.ilr worked by a boy 12 years of z,gp. ' Itwiltc'nt straw of cortl in tlie shusk Jijtn'half inelt to three inches in length. Jlany cettificato nright: bo .pro duced from FarmcM who have ued them, Uf prove their superiority-over anV other straw artd corti cutter uow ji Use. Purmxis necdio soclt an .artiofc may res't asswed that in it they will find a valuable acquiytioa. Jo their fatm nr stable. . Thosubscrilr.hasi greatly extended his 'means forman iifacturiiig tli-c,iiiachiiic,and he now solicit for them the fttfcrition of the public, aud 'the farmers and planters particnlarly, .f tho South and. West Ue will Jioreafter be ante 10 till an omen; rap'Uly. and ensures all machines to do the work for which they are designed. Being tbe inventor and pateiitee,-.iujd. nolejrvprietor, he will dispose of rights tor counties pr Stales 011 reasonable term., to nby Xleclianic wlio may wish to inantrfacture itenv and will furnish mia s.Lnf rewtinr. f.ir mtferu. . sen7 0m " JOHN E. ERR. i I . i ! VALUABLE: LAND FOR: SALE. V 11,. r.it. .1 . nf November next, tUcundcrsianed wi V ) offer for sale 4'n acres of river bottom and island Iaind, fcl i.vrt, -nnntv. Ala., tt the point where tlie N, & C. lC. croeses the Tennessee Itief, I uauiog through the. same 1 he tract contaiu 4-.i acrcn. and is divided into 7 lots of from 1 to 40 acre each, ' about 160 acres cleared"" and iaauigli stair or cumvaiiou, 109 ruuauningiionnno Iv limbered, with choice grdwth. It i Ibe fractional 16th Siction' fn Tmvnship 1 of iiange'9 East. The abova placo Isagomlone, rich aJ Guano itjeiC rejideredrvahti.ble bytho 75 bushels per acre. Teiuj, Credit of 1, i and i years, equal annual pay ments, be'n wUres-tfrom.datc. Said ljudirill be actual lvsold if il goes above a very moderate minimum price fixed br the -Trustees', according to la iv. ' ' - ' -: A, OUNTER, ' ' 'P6-N-T.1K.9 ta slw Jonesville, acfcOTmnty,Alt? " .I u"' KM ' "! a t5 aVCis- hiJi'i---.! ii ,i . iJiu-. t ' c)-ic iMEDIGAL. OR. Wery OEO( I A- -Wnodrwl EDc-rtritigs sdmwirur ' Diseases a-ml lfnlf.. .e.i Human Srsu?m in everr shane and ,: torni, Towfaicbi!,M .Tli....- S on. tbe Diseases of Fimi! r the highet impcrtance to named g t"!""-. oriuosttconrempratjnr mcr raFl Br,w,I1-LIAMYDLM,M.D. nuier oe a.ham,l tr r cftb -ESCULAPiCS I " dnfi. It mar save hirnr tnay save him trom ' an early graTTd. Let no voctrn-mnn I v . w.ht mm uwi cm.i .vi: -v . 1 a??i Ba without rrs. sWi-AriUri. l,et noouft siifiuff fi. V. u.- . Courh j Pan, in the -fi'rl from hectoied and'the whole train of ik,' nervous feelings nytjieirplrvfckn. be armther trWent .SijSi.vS i the CUMPICS. Ifarctlw' JXTa; ? he married, aur imrlimeut,1eaalrtr "5f .cry m of -death. irj anyjiersoa seeding T1VETY-FIVE CEXT?, - 1 iSj.. " wi.. virani,, jijc w. YOriYR. iinnrA.. j . ..... mm1 R. R.-NO PAHf IULLER- rpO EILLPAINwemititnaraljsetUrKtTioriac AEi&sr -aaaSs I'dia is an unnatura sen.-alien. r?ain J or disease which, heing transmitted akthe;nerTeVto t, ,r s'x1""! "'c-v 'TOfdvii o me mini. Reiuedie.rccotniondc(I to Kiij.I'ao.-, or I'alt Kj.x are either producers of I'aralysis. or itievan- cot what tier are recommended for. If the sufferer of pain is to uadenra a-stttpenaioaofvitaJity, or ifrbe nnlurttirtate armorletr or it the part of the body suffering Oie torture of pain, is ta siiQcran attack orjiaralysiA we- thmfctba tho remwly mtut I worse tlian U.e disea-"e. And. if fam a XotxSUW then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and'ii sdibie that perceive iu Qripleasantxiei;. trmst be kilTcd al.-o. at; on xhe other land, il is not a "ptintztW," It uanu nomcr, and not wbatita dveriiseuient claims for jt. Radway's Rcadr ReUer does not Ktu, psJa, but it subdues its paruxy isms and relieves the snffererfrom a'l puinfiif and, uneasy fvnsagon. Rtdwav's Resdr Relief is quick rn-iw action it Instantly relieves, and imtediatelr (tr sets, abut removing the caiiso of tbe pom, it touthm raid arret, it relieves aatremore the ironb)mg cause, aad Mum MICJV'I I. tiuusc. lit. R. It. ItsTvrn Action Th nr.m,w.:. or ltadwa'y's Headv IfelicfL" tji'layilieeffects'ofanVpajn- - - uauwi.jMwa mill TDIICQ WtlU. Kn ., irPVu . ",e!' vasormi pan I iiutde whole. Strong. hcdtiiT and rig j. . EitcniHlPuias? Rlieuinatt I ilc&cf aoidUxIexU-rnallBta tba nurti votous. :m. iuaway j ceaor a parts where the, pain is frit , JlmsUntljf tuhif tl paroiA iss, scatter the eum-Jm, tet&ek tt tAoirafKi? , t9 ufcrewill be quite J'lf&i the cause, or t 3 I. 1 r i the attack is re cent a fe i appUcul muvs will cure it. II Chrouic lUdway'a Rcuotating ReJyent, used it cunuecticn with tlie Keody RebeC is cerinia u coraRiieu tUAtisin Ih its most aggravated form., whether Syphilitic Sciatic nervous, rausciAir or iiieania'orf .fdr wonderful caso-rof RlifiUimUKu, cured br H. IL ft. Itedie. T...i , r. v i.-.-.i.' .j . . V inuHaiowiaur xinuiw(-iieiflOII Ot. JlaTCil, ltS X wfei R . , .copy-viiUbeTjcut to ail who wish it, tree of cicuve, byad WP i dressinijRadway .5 Cb.,Nw Yorktitv.) wlu. I pains around the Liver, Sidnevs and Heart ire' relieved and trie nxtnattual lmta tnni In(an tly tu &dtxt fcyaaimpLe applicaUontrK:.R. Relief. . Sick Head Achc? R. R. R. will in all case j cure Ui. distressing complaint. Iu ant acd properties when takeu into&es&MriacbV, will beutraliie tbe actdr and make the stomach dean, hnd the breath sireet - ' IU ctmnterTritAntetlHoyy will produce a reaction wher spplied, tu tuchead, and inviguiate aul pnb vo andjvfrti thescnsRS Ititcrnul PiiinS. Diarrhea, tlrseiiterr. Cholera or Cholera Morbus. 1 Ti.ennnitLTalandvifJent imUtioBftfiat afflict tSesvsttza wliilett is under the influence of these mahdies, in n. moment, yiell, to the i-iotltinc aad piuD-rehartngeisicacyof tlie It. It. Relief. It aikys irnntUoo, it arrwij aivsmodic actiriu it neutralize the poiOT.oro miasria(hat caiisestheoe painful and eakenKlg ttlHcIjarges; it enlivens and- iavigor atcic with warmth, aad strength: tbe cold, crampad. and shrivelled limbs and joiut3,ind restores each-member anil ,orpio of the body to a healthful and vip irons cendi'icm. lUdway's Beady Reuef, Knd each of ibeB. E.'R. Reme dies, are made from file activ pvopertie of med cine Nothing inert oriusctire enters their composftfuo, o tba: UirsjMem is not ctegged will, worthless and iaertmatze. In conclusion we would remind the reader tht &ulwav . Ready Rolicf, relieve lh suaVre r from pain , not kill, i aaa cures orremovea all unnatural causes of Rheumatic, Neuri. -gie and Nenou,or irnful diaracter. Hadway'n RegulaturSi prepared from the active princip; u!ateandkcertnahealtby Condition, tbe bowels, liver.. W I kMnevs. skinT and all other oreansi' ihe bodr. Thir w ajoueei jicuiciuai iierus, ikhhi iidu ana utnss, will re M.r r,s.ttrtip. ifM,ii?tMrn. tnfK.Mtn.n. ,f.Mun... . all WHioir comphiiaU and levers. rr.,r t - . vv ' "-t "Jrir,j", The ladies will find Radway 'a Itegu'atora Uie very best reg ulator cf tho system, in ass-sung. tardr nature .in the du eluirge of her monthly dmiea. Nogriping pains oraickne. at stomach folbwa their operation, but tier insure to all whu take them aplcasaat and easy discharge of the. offals of tha system. Bad way's Recovatinz-Rcsolreiit, is a powerful' resolver of all diseased deposits, that have been lying- in the.statem for vcavs. Apurifyerof tbe blood anda renovator oftie wbole body. For further information of tbe wonderful paia-releavir-g and curative powers of tbe E. R. Remedies, the public are referred to ourmoutbly publications, or GDide tobealtb, co pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at curR. IL R. office, 152 Fulton street, New Y ork. RADWAY A COlta Tulton at N. Y. R. R. R, for sale by Druggists generally. 1M.Z11R.ER1IAN, Wholesale Agent for Teunnessee. MANHF1ELDS A. CO. Slemphi. HUD0IN, WELLS A JOHNSON, jutyS-lSm . Chatt-aocga. Aud Druggist asd Mereb-nts everywhere. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PIASTER, THE great Remedv for Rheumattan,Gir, pain In the Sid Hip, Back, Limbs and joint,. Scrofula, King's LO White Swellings,' Hard Tumor, ritiff" Joints, and allfixra pains whatever. Where Una Plaster is applied Pain cannot exist. These Praster-t possess the advantage of beirg putt up m sir-light boxes ; hence they retain tbur full virtues; iu all cli mate. Tbi celebrated Pain Extracter has been so extensit' r f laseilbyPhysieiaMaiidthepeiiple m general, both inti: touutry and ravopcvisat it u almost noruic-3 tii any anr thing about it. Yet there may be some, wba stand m r e-4 ofitxliealing powers who have not yet tried itt Fortheir sake we wjll smiply stale what it baa done an- thousand cases, and wliat it will do for thm when tried. A VOICE FROJIGEORGLVn Read the fdlowinc: ttetlmonr fmm a Physicisij. GiTHTLXiiw.-1-Your Uebrw Plaster ha cured me of pain t which I have suifcred. for twelve years tsl. Durinirdi. j iieriod I labored under an affiiclu-u tfmy loins and aide, and I' iried many remedied that mr own medical experience rai 1 . :.. i.-r ,.t .c w . . " mieil, iiUL ivauiiui yu mutiny; i ciwi. icugia i Qjeu yoi. l'lhter, aud am now by it good effect entirely curei will lecomiuotKl tlie Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to a!" wlo are suffenng front cootractioa ofthe zuuscigs, orperrru Drat pains iu the side or back. Thn ieople of Georgialiave but to become acqnslrifed w'fa 19 yirtisya when they wfil resort to its use. ' J - Yours, trnly, M. W. "WALKER, JL D - Forsythe, Monroe rotmty, G. To Jlesers-Scovil k Mead, New' Orleans, La. JEW DAVtD'S ORf HEBREYV PLASTER" IN NORTH .' - : CAROLINA Tltcv sVy-.vit. M MrAD: I Iuir, liiM, tnaihTt with 1 .,p V - .- , ' .'. t .t - 1 .. , - rt it . ... ( coruuic rueuuiaiisui iirv u ins. ivf ri I c cmt. uu iijci.i v iriY lS4tt, I was so bad that I coukl not ttiro royself In bev. aid tbe pain.sQ svcip that I Jiad hot slept a wink fur six: da Al this time tny attidins: Flivsician preeribed"the -"Hetr-w -Plaster," and it acted lo-e 'cfiana; tbe pam-left me an. ideptjrwire than half of-ti nght, ruuliu three days 1 waj able fo ride out. I ednrider '!ar "Hebre-r.PHster" the be remedv fwaRaorUerr'.'BsrK'' in ue rj . G. W. McJriNN 'Hendersonte,ilO,Ang.It!, 1SW. BeTrare of counterfeit and base imitaliens I, - - lOSTfin 'nuaror will fn furore harsthe sh-nahm r Taylor ou the steel plate engraved label on the top of eact. box. Irrchifer3 are advised, that a mean ccuaterfeit of this a icte is In exWeuce. The genuine i sold only by u, and onr 'gents"ppcinWl, linxigfiqut the South -end no pedlar in allowed toU DeaJere and purchaser generally are cauUot against b: -ing of out our regnlar agrtb", otherwise they "wiUoe impu-i- tngoi oi ed bpon - Fori Generat . noon wiui awoniuess anic. FoVilttby.. isCOVIL A MEAD, tu Juarireaatreei,(riew,i.,rlens. WhoJeale Asents for the Southerns ttes. lo wiiom- aiioniera musL iu? nuorcsseii. nl.. ,...IiJ. 1, , - . ' Sold by EW1N, DROWTf k C.NtshvilTe,Tno - vv vi. a o. i. Liriiij t w'i . J. JL ZIIIKHJIAN A Co,t.,dd CARTWRIUHT A ARM3TEONO,do: THOMAS"WEU, .', do, IL a. SCOVEU do. UNITED STATES HOTEL, "i- julyWtw en fnr tbe recestlon of . TtieTABLEwidalwaybe'iH)ired with IhwBESTtha xaarkcl aifbriby andithe Proprietor la-aat.vbyirirrjteia8t.c course, both with servant and the rrgulaB'oOT.of the bcuat rii,mllv. be will be. ccahledto rive entire'satisfactiiin to rf-W ... Tr - anil man"- -in i m -a"oJ -tali tu biotiu. 1 . 'IS Mi i i PERMANENT AND TILO"5IENTJ30AJtDER3-jtl n.:. i. a-tahiisliad aixi well-lc-own HouieJias under Kit. b "i , - . i nri h wt i .'-i'