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TUESDAY 3IOUMNG, NOV.
l', 1853. r
TuE lhvEE. The river is rising slowly. No
boats have arrived for several days.
- Mr. Roehjitp. Our readers will not forget that
'this eminent American tragedian commences Iiia
Vugigement at the Theatre to-night Wc hope
our citizens will give him a good house.
Prof. Paul, F. Eve delivered the Iritrodiictofv -
Y . i 1 . . . . ir ' i ,
,.Tv.t mi u'r i
S'" ' eu'1.Ucti in the Sun.offie. Court. LT
Collrge at Odd Fellows' Hall 0
toother en -
gagements wcliad not the pleasure of hearing-the
distinguished lecturer, but we hear the lecture higu
ly spoken of by those Avho were present. i "5
iSf Col Manvpenxy, Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, was at. Columbus, Ohio, cu route to Wash
ington City, on Monday of last week. , He has
J KiM councils with seventeen different nations of
Indian?, in Nebraska, and represents that country
a over estimated in the public mind. Some of the
Indian tribes are unwilliu" to sell any part of their
Iatul, others would sell all, while more are ready
to sell a portion. It is expected that treaties will
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lit i,il pnrlv minimi, f A pnftlili, l;iHnmwa ?il ifo
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nest stfsion, to organize a Hew territory. -
The Gmcrs. As might have been expected he.
Circus was filled to overflowing last ni"ht - Th?
performances were verv eocd. It comes nn to. all
omes up toall
that has been f aid of it by the ps elswhere.7-
Among the performers, we are glad to notice De.v
SroxE so long and favorably known and admired
in this community, admirable as he was in his old
line of business, he is still more so in this, uex
emanation of his genius for he plays the Clffwn as
if he had been a Jester all his life, lie certainly is
'a man of rare ability.
A performance will be given this evening and to
night, commencing at 2J, and- 7 o'clock. P. M.
Tnr. Gbeat Ciscikkati Tckxcu Mansfield's
Railroad Record publishes some interesting partic-"
ularsof the treat tunnel at Cincinnati The work
' is now in rapid progress, and will Le finished early
in 185i. The total length of the tunnel is 10,0.11
feet, of which 9Cj have been completed. The next
largest tunnel in the United States, which is on the
Baltimore and Ohio road, is 4,1S0 feet long. The
width of the Cincinnati tunnel, walled, is 25 feet,
and height 10 feet There are three shafts leading
down to it, the first ot which is 119 feet, the sec-,
ond 194 feel, and the third 147 feet. These shifts'
are all completed. The tunnel commences in the j
valley of Deer Creek, passes under Walnut Hills,
ond emerges in a ravine on the northern side,
whence flows one of the little branches of Mill
Nnw Orleass Itfms. The local columns of the
daily papers continue to report cases of insanity
with- .itartling rapidity. The impression seems to
gain ground, that they are attributable to the inju
dicious use of quinine. The IMta furnishes' the 1
Quinine ami Madness. The increase in the num
ber of cases of insanity, recently observed amongst
our adopted citizens, is attributed by some of the
city papns to the recklos use of quinine, which
characterized the practice of some physicians during
the late epidemic. We believe our cotemporaries
ha e hit upon the true explanation ofthe melancholy
phenomena. Quinine is a subtle poison, and in
unskillful or careless hands, becomes as deadly as
prusiic ac.d or arsenic. And yet quinine pills were
as freely tdministered by many aspiring juveniles
who, by the shauiefuily-ieaily process which is
fashionable amongst us, have obtained th right to
place those significant, capitals, M. D., after their
names as if they were simple gum-dropsor crumbs
of bread. The result of this "vigorous practice" can
be ssfen daily, in shattered, nervous systems and
The IMeim. of the 20ih. says:
The bark Salem, Capt, Millet, eighty-seven days
from Chincha Islands, Pent, via Callao, arrived at
this port yesterday, having on board 350 tons of
guano, in bulk. This is, we lielieve, the first cargo
ofthe article ever imported into this port. The car
go is conj'gaed to Messrs. Castillo & Harispe.
The following poragraplis are from the True ZW
ia: Wo understand that an order from the Secretary
of War was received yesterday, hy Major (Jeneral
Twiggs, directing him to repair forthwith to Fort
Gibson, Ark where dispatches will meet him,
instructing him in regard to certain troubles in the
Creek Nation: which the Government think him,
with just discrimination, most competent to settle.
It Li stated that Mr. S. F. Wilson, the principal
editor of the Picayune, has declined the honor of
being a candidate on the democratic ticket for State
Senator, for which he was nominated.
Cholera at Quarantine. The following vessels
have arrived at quarantine with cases of cholera on
board, since Friday. 21st inst.. viz:
Oct. 1, ship New York, Liverpool 423 Iti
Oct. 21, s4ip Progress, Liverpool 428 17
Oct, 22, hip Washington, Ltverjioo 932 73
These paengers were all landed at quarantine,
to undergo sanitary regulations. The larger num
ber of immigrants on board the Washington is no
ticeable. Of 932 peisons on board, 73 died of chol
era, and 18 weie lauded sick. The aggregate of
mortality on this vessel is quite equal to that oi the
Sagadahoc, at BoMon.
The total number of cases of cholera on ship
board, reported at quarantine, since September 1 1.
including the new arrivals above noticed, may be
stated as follows: Deaths on board 3G5; persons
landed sick 53. Total of immigrants atticked, re
ported within fertv- days, four hundred und twmly
thte. There must be something wrong in the
ship to produce these deplorable results. That
the plague was stopped at Quarantine argues well
for the efficienc3- of the officials.
The passengers by the Westei n World, which ves
sel went ashore at Squam Beach on Saturday, arriv
ed at Quarantine about 9 o'clock on Sunday evening.
They were taken ashore and provided with supper,
and "yesterday morning came tip to the cit-. The
ship, we understand, had a pilot on board, but he
was not in charge when the vessel went ashore,
the captain having declined to pay the offshore pi
lotage. Xew York Tones, loth.
Natioxal Housk Cosvccnos. This body of cel
ebrated horses met in convention The array of
distinguished gmtlemen of the horse genus is con
siderable. Our friend especially our constant
reador Known as "old boss" will be gratified to hear
the names of these famous quadruped.
Among the entries the Morgan breed have de
cidedly the majority. There is quite a fleck of
"Black Hawks.'"' Fiom Canada, I see the names
of "Bob Logic," Montreal, r.'id the "Canada Leop
ard," Toronto pure thorough-breds. There are
nlso on the list "Imaun," from Gorliam, Maine,
with several of his stock; "Cassius M. Clay." "La
dy Suffolk," '-Young President," "Kentucky Hun
ter." "American Eagle." "The Wagoner," from In
diana; "Alp Osror." Mie! ig.m; "The Rattler," New
York. Some fine geldings, viz: -'Col. Fremont,''
Novelty," "Black Henry," "Gen. Biuoher," "I'er
cey," "BiHy Grav," "Buckskin," "Grov Eagle,"
May Fly," "Yanderbilt," "Dutchman,'' ' Swiss
Boy," &&, whnsc names are well known. Ohio
Statismnn, 25fi fust
Tnr. Hoi Mahket. Tlie Cincinnati Price Cur
rent, of Weducsdaj-, says:
"The contracts during the paft week, so far r.?
lieardof. comprisid Ht.OOO to 15,000 head, all oi
which were disposed of for November delivery, at
$.") per 100 lbs net', with thenvcopt onof ii.OCO head
"delivernbh- from December 'JOih through the season,
itiregtilarins!almetits,at$o.S-l S7,$4 02 and $4 f.O,
n rat'in" S4 7i. The contracts for November de
livery reach 50,000 he id. There i.t a grow:
uression that the crop will not le as large
anticipated. ... . . . 4, -
Our own convictions have been contrary to tins .
opinion; n 1 everything that has transpired lately, j
: ' t...r r !.. firmness of the inatket now, and the
jntiu.... , . . . t i
couiparaitvely tugn puce., cuuuin, u.i- m..,,,,.., ,
For late ilelivorv, wo hear or no sale?, ami the
JiWiestoirerfor-Taiiuary was $4 SO. S!anKbt,-rers
continue to contract for killingat :'.0 cent? per head,
ir.vnniEn.-Tn lontgoinery Mun, Tenn., on
Thursday morning the 27th, Oct, by Uie Rev.
U. Walker, Mr. Robeht S. Payne,' tb,JMi3? Sur;
daughter of John QotD, Esq.
MokdatcL 31: . "
3Ir. Kooers presented a memoriaUfrom 501 citi
zens of Tipton county," praying for a;removal of the
eat of justice in Tipton county to Randolph. Read
-and relerrcd. ' ipt
"Mr. CAnuifiEii introduced a.'1'" 10 amend the act
"to establish tho comity of Upion, pasSffTJanuarv 3,
1850. - :
.Mr, Natk introduced a b.ll to repeal the act of
Ii iB, clitip. 10, "establishing ordinaries and tippling1
.l fco'Vviih the actof-lfUT-f licensing tippli:
-i r, iNELSONino-ouuceti a oiuiio reguiam uic
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f Jfr. NnoN'introduced.i bill to aidihe construc-
tion of the Jvnoxville audCl&flestion orlilue Ridge
jiauroau. v - f im.
Mr. Nilson- introdaeedabilrfo tegulate the numr
ber of winesses a prosecutor oil the part of the State
may have summoned.. - "
Mr. Davis introdueffd a bill to amendthe revenue
Jaws of this State. fiBJ Z-
AVhich bills sevprallv passSjIthc firstjadiiig and
-were appropriately e?erredS
.SENATE AitecxS sessios.
Mr.'Nccov introduced a bilr to ic-organize, the,
i Judiciary of the State of Tennessee?
.1 'Mr. JJowl ; a bill to repeal the 9tli-ectioii of
"V, P" Ww 5
Mr. Hocnns: abill. concerning tnciemoval of
I , i r if
scats oi justice; wmcii were passeci nrstreauuig.
. The resolution to elect a judge ojffie12th Gir-
cnit was taken up, amended by fixing the election
.the Jstlay olgJJoveiutfcep andJ)ripging on also at
I'lfesusie timeltlie'eleotiifti oY jltde'for the 0th and
, mt. , -n .? '- ' !..'
, .Th. i.m, ,. 1Jru,ornnr;ir! (,f.vr,ei,.-;iii'Hntf1 finm.
r naim uA T V"V'
jnciue inaiaaus oi vi liiiam.uoiiiiien; ana
ere evei ally passed tliird reading.
The SdriatelVdjounfed'tmttl 10 o'clock to-mor-
. . UOUSE liOESUvQ,.fj$SI0.
" ' !Mojji)AT, Oct. 31.
The Honse met pursuant to adjournment
Mr." Speaker Wjsener having measurably recov
ered his health, resruncd his ollicial positio.i.
Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Epgar.
. Mr, Svkes presented a memorial, from the Trus
.tees of the Wiljiank-porFeinale Acidcmy. Read
and referred to" 'the- 'Committee on Education and
Common SnhnftU "
Mr. Thompson, Chairman' "of fhejComimttee on
Common Schools, reported a bill layfng'&fu'ireet tax
for the benefit of'Comniou Schools, and recommended
Mr. Richardson, Chairman of the Committee on
-Enrolled Bills, reported several bills as correctly en
rolled. Mr. Cooke introduced a resolution proposing to
adjourn sine die on the 2Qlh, Dec. next. Mr. Lamb
proposed to.amend itby adding the words, provided
we are ready to adjourn. Mr. Cook nibvt-d to lay
the amendment "on the table; which motion failed.
Mr. Thompson moved to indefinably postpone the
resolution and amendment. Mr. Hubbard moved
to lav them on the table, this. motion liaving prece
dence, the vote was taken, and the House refused to
lay it on the table. The question of the indefinite
postponement recurring iliey were postponed in
definitely. Mr. Lamb introduced a bill to change the time of
holding the Circuit Couit in Tipton County: rca'd
first time and passed.
Mr. Steele introduced a bill to repeal the Tippling
law'- passed Jan, 23j 1&1C, read first time and pass
ed, and referred to the Coinmitlee of Tippling and
Air. Harris introduced a bil1 to appoint' a Chap
lain to the Tennessee Penitentiary, read first time
and passed; refeiTcJ to the Committee on the Peni
tentiary. . .
Mr. V ood, of Hardeman, introduced a bill to au
thorize Executors and Administrators to take iiidw-
ttnent by motion in certain eases, read first time and
Mr. Irwin introduced a bill for the benefit of
Lewis County, read first time and passed.
Mr. Wisener introduced a bill to amend the se
cond section of an act, passed February 4, 134S,
entitled an act to amend an act; aiithorizing Benj.
Hopkhi3 and W. Linker, of the county of Cocke,
to open a turnpike road: read first time, passed ami
referred to the commit tee on Internal Improvement.
Air. W.SKXEI: introduced a bill to legulate the
practice in the Supreme Court; read firattime. passed
ana retened to the Judiciary committee.
Mr. Laxb moved to take up the bill to amend the
act, incorporating the Tazewell and Knoxville Turn
pike Road; rend second time and passed.
Mr. Cakkoll moved to tecousider the vote, pass
ing a resolution to pay Mr. Leuty for four days ser
vices in the organization of this House; motion
Mr. Temple introduced a bill to amend an act.
passed February IG, lSi2, entitled an act, t estab
lish a system of Internal Improvements; read first
time and passed.
Senate Bill No. , to charter the l'igeon Roost
and Chuhhoma Turnpike. Ruad Company was on
motion ot Mr. Lamb, "taken . up amli passed third
reading in the House.
The House then ad journed until 2 o'clock, P. M.
The House met jiersu.itit to adjournment.
The morning business bein through with, the
House took nn the ronort, of the ioint Select Com
mittee on the subject of the ratification ofthe I
amendments to the Constitution, it Iwin? a part
it bem? a part of !
the business made the special order of the day. Mr.
Buford moved a concurrence in the report of the
Committee, which motion prevailed 04 to 4.
The next business under the special order of the
day, being the Ueport of the Judiciary Committee
.on the same subject, but embracing some other
questions connected therewith, was taken up,
the question being a concurrence in the lleport of
the Committee. On motion, the vote -was taken
seperately upon the different questions or resolu
tions, the passage of which were recommended.
1'irst, the schedule is a pr.rt of the Constitution
which was agreed to. Tne second resolution declares
that this Legislature has the power.and should pas a
lav,providiug(br theelection of Judges and Attor
ney General under the amended Constitution. Upon
this proposition an iuteiesting debate sprung up, in
which tlie lotion ing gentlemen sustained the pro
position to wit: Messrs. Cooke, Sykes and Bu
ford ; and was opposed by Messrs. Bailey. Parting
ton and Wisener. Pending this question, and the
debates thereon, thcllouse adjourned until y J o'clodc
to morrow niorniug.
Medicines winch r.everfail to pve satisfaciion,
and can be relied on for the cure ofthe diseases for which
ther arc recommended.
DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Mnnbcrof the Philadel
phia MeJicsl Society, and graduated, in 1S50, from
the University of Pennsylvania, under the guidance of tlie
truly eminent IVofessors Physick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe,
James and Hare, uames celebrated lor uieiical se.euce
Eeing solicited by thousands of his patients to put up his
Preparations, be now oilers to the public, as the results of
bis experience for the past thirty ears, the follow mg valu
able I amilv Medicines, eaiii one .suited to a specitic disease:
Ult. J. S. ItOSK'S NVAl UUS AA'D 1NVICJO
T.ic Greatest Discovery in Medical Science! This a-ton-
Mime pmuration for raising up a weak coiistitiiuon de- '
biiitaied by care, labor, study or di.-eate acts liko a charm, j
It gives strengih aud appetite, and posesses gi eat iuvigora
For Heart Diseases, all Nervous AtTections, Flatulence
Heartburn, Rcillessness, Numbness, Neuralgia, laisiiijr t'ue
spirits, and giving power to the ivhole svstem, it is alir.ot
miraculoiLS in its efctt. 50 cents a bottle.
A Jlediciuc for everx Fnurily.
Do you MiBer with anv pain If vou uo vou will find
immediate relief by using Dr.J S.ROSE'S PAl.N CURERr
It is the only preparaliou which cures nhuost instantly sole
Ihroat, rheusiiaiisui, from colds, jwins in the fide, back or
limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach or bou els, side or
or back, still' neck, bruises, corns and chilblains. There is
oo'.hing equal to it forhuup or rising in the breast. Where.
rer oil hate pain use tlie Paiu Cuicr, safe to all ages.
Price 12. !!5 and 5U cenLs.
Tor all Diseases ol the Kidney and Uladders.
Dr. J. S' AWf CHimpoun-i ml tetrad of imchu.
This is decidedly one of the best remedio ever used for
diseases of the kidney?, hladdtr Ac , and nU for gouiy af
reetioii!.; always highly recouiti'ended bv the late l)r. I'iiy
sic, and many of thn must distinguished medical nun
abroad. Prio 50 cents.
Vox Toiiinle Complaints.
Diu.I.S. Ros..-.s UoLbLN i'ilis, lor falling of the Womb,
Female Weakness, iJebiiitT and u laiaiion. Price 50 cent.
Da. J. S. Hos-.'s FiJiii-K Srtciric. A remedy for painful
MeiisinuiinM. l.i .lo.niaeaor lutes. Price one dollar,
(iit'nt . tin- lor ('iugh anJ Colds.
T(IK.l!St Cvk.h Sviii.r i.n rix V.'ohl j. Dr. Ruse's ccle
bralid (ViUt!Sjriiip, y.vcs innu dinte; reiiT to the worst
'yiupli, v.iieiher ihiMiiii,:ivc ii p'oti-dinif fitun cold. It
allms any iiiitu'ioiml lli Limg", unj lot lilies ihe system
against ftituie aihiA-'. !. at " cents and ft.
THEOM.T OOKCPJI: DWU 1 ,, I.IVEH CoHrHINT AND IX-
niaUOX. Thousands hue Letti i-oiedof the above com
plaint", and teri.n-f tli.Kini uiv i uare 0a:i be cuieU, if they
will take Dr. .1. S. HOPE'S ,J- J...,w, and in
UU-Utlumsor lUiiiM'l ' ''. '1'Imj Oyuejtic Ompcund
acts ditvclly ou ihVIrer a,.di Stomach, whilst the Pillscar- I
ry off ail secrelions, keeping the bow els open and regular,
n oil ail&ecnstlODS, Keepinj; uio wraeis hiw:i ami lepwar,
ai,,;ivms,.,t,l.n.rt, and aiHiiite. I liee inrdicuu-s contain
no Calomel or Mercury in any form, but pot-ess trreat toaic.
atterathe, stomach -and liver confpomids which never in
jure, but always improve tlie constitution, as tboii-ands can
All of the above Preparations, with-Dr. Rome's Medical
Adviser to Persons in Sicbiess and in Health, to be had of
W. W. BERRY A DEMOVILl.E.
SHELL & RUTHERFORD, Gallatin,
" W. F.GRAY, Nashville," j i
'. ' ' ' McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia.
" And ol Dealers generally throughout the Stile.
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN-
c 1 1 c .
New York, Oct 31.
The steamer Arctic arrived yesterday, with Liv
erpool dates to the 19 th October.
Intelligence ' from Paris by telegraph says the
Bouree was dull at the opening ye&terday, but be
came gradually steadier, and closed with a rise.
Constantinople. Tho city is trantpiil. A part
of the Russian army will go into winter quarters jt
Odessa, Gth. The Turkish declaration of war ha
been received. The corps of Gen. Loaders is still'
in this vicinity expecting marching orders. The
greatest confidence prevailed in commercial circles.
The cholera lias subsided The demand for ship
pine at St. Petersburg is unabated.
The London 2';a says that the Turkish mani
festo is one of thestrongest and most unanswerable'
state papers issued during the present eehhiry.
Hostilities on the Danube and the shores of the
Casbian Sea are inevitable.
A dispatch from Vienna, dated the 11th, sajs
that Grotschoff replied to the Turkish summons that
he had no authority to commence hdstilitiesor
make -peace or evacuate tha Principalities. He,
therefore refuses either.
Cotton, three days sales 20,000 bales. Exporters
and Speculators took 5,000 bales. Prices arc un
altered. Locisvn.LE. Oct 31. The river is rising with three
feet one incli in the canal.
Pittsburg, Oct. 31. The river is at a stand with
Gfeet G inches water in the channel.
Cincinnati, Oct. 31. The river has risen alto
gether u feet There are now G feet in the ehanneL
This rise will let out some ofthe larger class boqts.
Russian subjects in Turkey are placed under Aus
trian protection. :
Turkey allows neutral flags on the Danube until
the 25th, and no longer.
Agitation 13 manifested in Italy.
Two hundred political arrests were made in Par
is on the night of the 10 th, among them is Air.
Gondchoax, Minister of Finance under the Provin--cial
When the Czar beard that Turkev had declared
war he fell into a rage and swore that he would
wage war to extermination against -Turkey.
Ornar Pacha notified the Russian commander to
clear out the Principalities before the 25th, or he
would commence hostilities. I
It is not supposed that the fighting will com
mence on the Danube, but in Georgia or on the
A battle was fought on the 27th, between the
Schamgl and the Russians, in which the Circassians
retired iuto the Mountains. The loss was heavy on
AH is quiet in France, Prussia and Austria, which
gives indications that they will keep neutral.
The French and English Diplomatists, therefore,
consider that the war will be confined to the Rus
sian front'er and not spread over J'Turope.
Commercial advices from China and India are
New York, Oct. 31. Sales 1,000 bales of Cot
ton. Middling Orleans 10.: Middling Upland 10.
firm. Flour advanced lS'c per bbl. under the
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET.
TacnFUAr, Oct. 2".
Sale of 12 hMf at $5 00,5 Oo, C 30, 4 80, 4 80, 6 W
C 55,5 90, 5 50,5 50, 4 85, 7 50.
The triumphant success of the great Arabian remedy for
man and beiust, IL t). FARRKLVS CELEliltATKD ARA
BIAN LINIMENT, is causing counteifeits to spring up all
over the country, spreading their baneful inlluciice over the
laud, robbing the pockets of the honest and unsuspecting,
by imposing upon them norlhless ami poisonous trash, lor
tlie genuine II. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. Yellow Cit
izens! Look well before vou buy, and see that the labelof tbo
i , . , i. ,,'s. l . 1.' 11 t. If II U.. .....
uuiiie lias me leutrs ti. i. ueiure rarieii ni u uui,
it is ciunterfeit. The label around each bottle of the gen
uine Liniment reads thus, "H. G. Farrell's Celebrated Ara
bian Liniment;" aud the signatuie ofthe proprietor, is writ
ten upon the label also, and these words aie blown in the
glass bottle, "H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, 1'ioiia."
The daring boldness of the i ecreant who would deceive
the people by imposing upon them 'vorthless trash, for a
really genuine nnd good medicine, thus not only cheu'ing
them out of their money, but that which is far dearer (heir
health uht to be held up in scorn, and teceive the con
tempt his dastardly siiirit merits. Let every one ihea who
regards his on n health, and wishes truth and lionesty to tri
umph over deception and rascality, jiut bis heel on all base
impositions, and uphold that uhUJi is just and right The
genuine II. G. Fan-ell' Atabian Liniment has proved itself
to be the most remarkable medicine known for the cure of
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains, wherever located, sprains,
bruises haidened lumps, bums, wounds, corns, chronic
sores and weak ees, lame back, etc. etc .andisaneifeetual
remedy tor hones and catilem the cure of sweeny, distem
per, lameness, dry shoulder, cplint, wounds, etc, etc, aud
will always stop the further progress ef poll-evil, fistula,
ringboue and blood spavin, if used in the beginning, t
Look out for Ctunttr frits!
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately tnadeits apiearance,caled.V. H. Farrell's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of FarrelL many will buy
it in good faith, without the knovlcdge that a counterfeit ex- 1
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their emir when j
tne spurious mixture nas wrougm us em cunu.
Agencies must be addressed
Re sure vou get it
G. before Farrell s, thus IL l. c.
and his signature on the wrapper, alt others are counteifeiU.
, ?olu .' , 'V " """t S;",A"iiZL i
ana uy regular uumuiucu ugi-uia hiiuuuuu, iw unvu
1ST" I'rice 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AOENTS WANTEO ia svery town, village and hamletin
he United States, in whishoneis not already established.
Address II. (5. Farrell as above, accompanied with good rc
ferei.ee as tn -haracter, responsibility-, Ac
DUNCAN, MORG.VN & CO. have received bv lale arri
vals, New Style Dress Goods and Woollen Wrappings
adapted to the wiuter f ales and City trade, which they will
sell very low, and invite the attention of Merchants to their
Kiem.li Prin'd Valencienne?;
New SI 1c Cashmeres;
High col'd French I)eaiue;
Alt woil black do;
Laping black do;
lllack Silks, all widths;
Fancy I)re.vi Silks:
IVintcd SafHoner Velvets
Rmal lSlue Alpacas;
lihick Silk lautre do;
Itlack Silk velvet luubons, an wiaius;
50 dozen Merino Vests, superior quality;
50 do do Pants, do do;
10 do do 'NVr.ippers.do do; o
SO caea New Style Prints;
5 do New Delains;
in bales P.lankeN;
50 do 4-1 lirown Dome'tics;
Which will be sold vcrv low by
bUNCAN, MORGAN .V CO.,
ocfSl Nos. 70 and 71 Public Squat e.
THE HASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COHPAirr.
rpiIIS establishment is now provided with Machinery nnd
JL Tools, complete, of the most modern construction; also
with the beat Mechanical skill that thecountry atrords, and
ruspectftilly solicit orders. They are prepared to execute as
Such as Loivmotices for Passenaer and Freight Trainr.
Passencer, Freight, aud Repair Cirscomuletejl, andalmo?:
every description of work . appertaininglo Kail Load-.
lioat and stationary from a to 500 horse-power with
boilers of the btst Tennessee Ii on.
SAW MILLS. t
Machinen-complete for fitting up Sash or Circular Saws"
complete, with the newest aud most approved modes.
Engines and Machinery made for all sizes, complete; to
gether with Machinery for Sugar Mills aud Cotton Gins; al
so Machinery for Ulast Furnaces, embracing Qtit Iron. Uyl
iiultrt for blast, Ac.
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Roll
ing .Mills complete made ut shortest notice.
HRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, water
wheels, cast iron Bank vaults, Ac, Ac., made, to order.
Address John Thompson, Agent, (who is a practical ma
chenist) or the undersigned. JOHN U. JOHNSON,
juu2t ly b. President.
n ediier Shimier, and for sale low bv
oct20 McCREA A TERR.YS3.
CIII'KSK 100 boxesjust received ier Shipper and
forsale low by oct-Jo McCltKA & TElttUSS.
KEXXKTT AM. 50 baiTels of this celebratedand
iioimlar Ale in stole and forsalelow bv
McCREA A TERRAS?,
TUYAN'S AM) LOCK'S PULMONIC VA
O I'KUS ror the cure of Cough, Colds Asthma
Consumption, ltronchitis Intluenza, Hoarseness, Difficult
Ilreathin", Pains in thet'hest, Sptiting of Wood and Sure
Throat. "Perfect freedom from cough in ten minutes afler
ue-for sale by H. G.SCOVKU
rTiHISSIN For Adult and Children Utero Abdomi-
JL ual Supporters of tlie mojt approved patterns and
m0.ern invention, recommended by tlie -Medical Faculty.
for sale by II. G.SCOVEU
PREMIUM ESSENCE OK COFKEE.-G. HU
MOND'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE, for examples of
whicii, the Franklin Institute ot Philadelphia, nnd the
American Institute. New York, have awarded premiiuns;
.lames R. Chilton, the eminent Chemist, and many others,
have certified to its wholesomeness, superiority over the
raw article, the facility with which it settles the coffee, ma
king it bright and clear as wine, as well as imparling a de- '
For sale in packages of 25 cents each, by
it . DR. MOUSE'S
TSyi?.??,ATI!,G.CO?V.,,A1;' ""omenon in MeOlclne.
.X Health KejtortJ aud U LngUiened,br
DK.'MdKS'S INVIGORATING KLIXIK OR CORDIAL.
Tor centuries, Medical science ha been rnielnr the
VepstablosnU mineral klngdcun.liifeirchorsoinetlilnluiat
should restore ihadiut or deeay.nenerctaa of the nervous
and muscoUr j'stem,it!ipQttnedrabaetoCiubequent
iirosuattou, wlilen all stlmuUuts. tonics, and narcotics had
heretofore entailed. Thalaomeihlng has been found It it
a veffotable production, brought from tie Morile deserts of
Amu a the Stony, by the celebrate IToressorM. Morse.well
known as a distinguished member of the leadlnr tclontlll
societies of too Old World, and equally distinguished la Ta
physician, a cheintit,auii a traveler. The Juices f this herb
coueentraud and couiblnsd w 1th other tegetabte medicinal
extracts, aie now producing results heretofore unheard of,
i mli Is or nuyothercoumry. At lint the properties attribu
ted toPror. MOIWK'S lNViGOKATING KLIX1K OK UOK
UIAIj were deemed fabulous. The nublic often iWMvarf
could tint believe the timpiii and sublime truths announced
by the discoverer. But tics, undeniable facts attested by
-witnesses of the highe.1 class and tharact-r, are now .rt-
uinpDing over an uouots. i.iuufiuubiii la uvun-
The Kliht. remedies, fn all cases, the deplorable evils
sri!inc;'frora a lnlsaso or&bjra oi ibe various organs which
make up the wonderful machine called man. It rrstoresto
fult.vtfur every delicate function connected with that ms-
teflous compound agency of matter and mind, ecrair to
there product onofWau life. To p.. of feeble nius-
btegiil.tlieailiiis irj.t!iolu.le34.rracatea youth, the over
worniaaii ofbuainejs, the virlim of nervous depression, the
InditfJ'ua! saffctlag froiu general debility, or froia the
weaknesrof aatnglo organ, will all itndlminedlate and per
manent rtlierfiomtlic use of tliiiiucoinparuble renovator.
Totlioe who have a preJIsposltioiiloraralytlsttwiUprove
acfliupleto and ui.f.illii!" 8aie;uarda!sainltaattcrribld mal
ady. Tlieroare rcauy, perhaps, wnobave to triBed wl h
their constitution, tuat they think themselves beyond tho
rasthof inedieliie. Letnotrven theso dcspelr. The Hlxlr
deals Wit.1 dUjas.j as K exists, without reference to causes,
and 'wlllnotonlrremoretlie disorder Itself, but
Jlcbuild thc Urolieu Constitution.
The.dorau;renienU ot theij item, lcadlnir to nervous dis
eases, and tho forms ofnervpus disease ltsell, are so numer
ous that it would rcipitrc a eoluinn to enumerate the mala
dies forwhieh thi preparaliou is a tpuciflj. A few, how
ever, may be enumerate., viz: cetiralgia, tic dolereaux,
headache, Incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpitilioii ol tho
heart, spinal affections, muscular debilltv, tremors, 2atu
lunce, a nrictllii sensation In the flesh, iniinbnets. ton.Mltv
of Urn liver, mental depression, weakness of the will, indis-
pos.uoii to ciove, uiDiuaisaiierocerclsj, broieu sleep ana
lcrrifin dreams, tiigbtllty to reiusin in one plaea or posi
tion, weakness of th? prccrealie orgtns, sexual lncompj
toccy,inelaEchoty, monomania, flaor albus, sinking at thc
suciaca, ieaiaie nri'guiarmes, a chronic tcnooucjio mis.
earriazc, emaciation, ana an comn aims crowtuz cut or
free tndulcence of the. passions, and all barrenness that
does not. prccccdfroai organic causes be ond tha reach of
V.'heiierer tho organs to beaded tfpon arc f.ce from mal.
lormauon orsiru-iurai uiseases it is averred mat
Jlorse Iitvigoratiiis Elixir.
will reblac weakne.s with s;ren2tti. Incapacity with cKcIcn
cy. Irregularity Willi uniform and natunl mlhliv. and this
not only wiihout hhzard of reao loii,but with a happy effect
vtt iflu gcuviM UIttUILIUUU, iL Ill 1I11IIU 1UB1 Bll
inalalles, wherever the) begin, finish wiih the uerrons sys-
iea,anu mat tne piraiizauon oi ine nerves or motion and
eenrallnu is pbsiuil death. Bear in miliil also, that for eve.
ry Linn or nervous disease tne .uir Uotdlal Is the only re.
name prepaialloa Known.
jCure of Nervous Diseases.
N"o language can convey an adeqaate Idea of the ImtueJI.
ateaud atmostmiraculous chanro which it occasions In the
diseased, debditated and shattered nervous system, whether
broken donn b excess, weak bynaturo.or iuipalredbyslck
ness,tlie nnstrungand relaxcdorgaiilzationisatoncebraced
re-vivifled and built up. The meulal an 1 physical tymtonis
of nervous disease vanish together under its influence. Nor
Istue iffe.-t tetun irary; on the coutrarj.tbercllet is neiuia
nent, for the coidial Drooerdes of the medicine reach the
constitution itself, androgti.re It to Its norma' condition.
well may tha preparation be ralledthe
ofthe ciDcteenth. century. It is, as the flrst scientific man In
tha world wou'dhavo admitted, that miracle of medicine
nereii)ire suppo sea to Have no exlslance.
A Stimulant Unit Entails o Re-Action.
Il'for. e Is ueverexpanded, as is lhacase nlth opium, Ieo
holic preparations, and all other excltams. Thc effect of
tliBo Is bncf.and Hmsy well besanl nfhim who takes ihem,
--ine lasisiaieoi mai man is worse man ine nrt.t " isuttne
1'Jivir I au exhilerant withoutasintledrawback safe In Its
operation, perpetuklln its happy Influence u)on the nerves,
the mind, and the t-n!ireorg-aiilzslion;it willulsoremot e de
presdous. excitement, a tendency to blui.Ii, leptessuess,
iiisiue 01 society, u.capacily lor study or business.
Los of Jlemory,
Coufjsion, giddiness, rah of blood to Ihehead, melancholy.
inruini debiiit, iiy)tena,wreicliediie-s, uionghts or seirde
struct'on,fear of insanity, Iiyiioehondriais,dysncpeIa gene
ral I rcMrailon, Irritabillly, ncrvoasuess, Inabiliiy to sleep,
dlseaseslrxident to females, decay of the propogitlng func
tions, hysteria, monomania, vague terrors, palpitation of the
heart, tniboteucv, ouetisalion. etc., etc., from whatever
causeariilngit Is, if there isany reliance lobe placed onhu-
man testimony, absolutely lntauibie.
A Great liledicine for I'emnles,
The unparalleled effects of this great restorative, in all
complaints incider.t to females, mark a new era In the an
nals ofme'llcrne Thoa.ands rf stimnlants have been in
vented fiousanJs of lurlgorants concocted all purporting
t be specific I in the vail m liiS'ases and derangeiaenU tj
whlh thedeticate formation of woman render herliable.
Toe result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums
havelndeel Imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous
3) stem. atiansient end delus.ve vigor to the muscles; but
this fi ish of relkf h is been succeeded by a depression and
prostration greater than before, and the end has too often
been utter:) to paralzethe recuperative powerof the nerves
acdtlievltalorganizatiou,and dnally to destroy the unaappv
patient. Hut lit
3Ior.-c's In vioratinjr Elixir,
is presented as a phenomena In the materia medlca hitherto
uulitT.r4 of a stimulant without a reaction.
The herb which forms Its main Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all the great medical and pharmacentieal lns'itn
llonsof Enrone to belu this rcipect tut genera Dr. Morse,
hoenams is an undisputed authority In sciences, discov
ered theproduct on in Arabia, where his attention was exrl
tedbythe wonderfully iutigoraticgefleets It pr duced upon
the ratives., In fact the W"ndrtful powerof endurance, the
cxhausiless vigor exhibited by tho Arab, of both sexes, In
the!rdeert pilgrimages, issttrib'atable to the use of this vi
An appeal is made to
Every Woman of Sense,
whonlTir3frii weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, ilnstn the back, or an) other disorder, liether pecu
liar tn her J'X, or common In both sexes to giro the Invigo
rating Cord ial a trial .
ort t'aers, will Cnd this Cordi! after they have used a bottle
or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. Inaltdirec-
are to be found thc nanny t arents of heaithvoflsnrimr.
would nothave bsen ;o, but fur this extraorilinar) prep
on. And It is equally ro'.ent for the many diseases for
which it is recommended. Ihoassnds of young men hare
been restored by uslagtt, and notin a single instance has it
failed to benefit them.
Persons of I'nle Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored bjlhe use of abottleor
two to bloom and Igor charging the skin from a pale,) el
lo,.e!cklycolor,to a besutifut florid complexion. -To
These areomeof the sad and melancholy enVcts produced
r.y earl) habits of jnutli, mz. weakness of the bsck and
limbs, pains in the head, dlmti-ss of bight, loss of muscular
fiower, palpitation ofthe heart, d)spepia, ncrtousirritabil
ty, derangement ofthe digestive tunrtlons, general debility,
symptomnof consumption, tS-c.
.Menlnll). the fearful effects on thc mind aro much to bo
Ireaded. bojsof memory, coi.fusion oftdras, depression of
spirits. evil foro-bodlngv aversion to society,' self distrust,
liivcofsolitnile. timidity, &c ,are lomeof the'cvils produced.
All thus altlicled
IJefore Coutemplatins JInrringe.
sliould reflei that a sound mind and body are the mo'tnee
essat) reiiulsi.es to promote connubial happiness; Indeed,
without these, the journcj through Ilfubecoincs a wcarv pil
grimage, the prospect hourly darken the iew; the min'dbe
coines.li.i'loued with despair, and tilled with the melancholy
rellect'iui thai the happiness ol another becomes blMited
with your own. "
Arc often misled with respect lo the causes and sources ol
discascsin tht-irsousind wards. How ofieu do thev ascribe
toothercausesof wastiugorthe Irame, idiocy, madness, pal
p tation of the heart, Indigestion, derangement of the ner
vouss)stem, cough and symptoms Indicating consumption,
whenthetrulh Is, llialthcy have been iudulging in a perni
e'ons tiiough alluring p'actlcc, de-tructhe both to rciud
Da. Morse's Iviiioihtiio CoanixL has been counter
feited by ionic unpriiulpled persons.
In future ell thegenuine Cordial will havcthe proprietors
f-oimile pasted over the cork of each bottle, and the lol
Iowing words blown in the glass
"lJIt. MOKSE'.S I.NVICOKATlVCr COIiDIAL,
c. ii. p.i.vn, rnopiuEToit, n.y."
Vf The Cordial Is .put up highly concentrated, in pint
Pnitx $3 00 p;r bottle; two for Si 00: six for 612 00.
C. II. HUM, PROPKIETOK.
1!2 Broadway, New York.
Stfld by Druggists throughout the Unitsd Stales, Canada
and Vet Indies, niid also by V. F. (1IJAY, successor to
'artwrighti Arinstniiig, corner of Market and Broad treots,
Nahville,Tcunessoe. loctSG d w&ICiii.
4 Cherry Street, ojqt-xite Cooper't Jiuildingt.
rrHL above establishment is now ojien to the public
J.. and in a stylo demonstrating to those who
call that there is nothing left undone. The bar is J
sfoefced wiih the fiucst iues, Liquors, Cigars, etc. etc.
nnd the Restaurant is to arranged that the guest may
rely ori the luxuries, of the season being properly
served tin. In fact, his arrangements are comnlete.
and he Iiopes to enjoy aoi.-te patronage. The abote depart
ment trill be under the Immediate superintendence of Mr.
J. S. Bectou, the undersigned himself devoting his entire
atte tion to the C-Wviin-nnii general supply departments.
Continual experience of tba last fifteen tears in some of
the first house j in New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and
this city serve to make him of opinion thalbe can conduct
a house tn meet the withes of a good custom
J-LCNCH every day from 10tol2W, nnd at night
from 9 to 12 o'clock W. 0. HALLORAN,
octll lin Proprietor.
"A'LlIAJHimA SIIOOTJNO GALLERY."
t"TMIE above Gallery is now in full blast, and fully an
I fitvering the ends for which it was established, viz : A
place of genteel and innocent amusement; it is well con
structed, and has nlready opened a new era in our city
amusen enfs. The gallery itselr is one of tlie finest in the
Union, having a large room attached wherein will be tound
the prominent newspaper of the day, for those who prefer
reading hi practicing ou the gallery. Gentlemen, call and
see. W. O. II A LI.OR AN, Proprietor.
P.S. A biket of Champagne will be opened to the gen.
tleman imcriiiirtlie bell the greatest numberof times in snc-
i cession between now and New Year's Day, M.
' octW AV. O. IL
THEBEST OF BOOTS AUD SHOES ARE ALWAYS THE I
; CHEAPEST. I
CHARLES SAYERS, conier of Market and
Union streets, would say to his customers and fcHB 1 I
the pubh'c that he still continues to manufacture all " sjfci. '
1 l.'l.nn. .. U ,1 , ... l.r I t
Kiuus Ol liooisuuu iiw ilk vuj suonesL notice nuu ui glvu
materials. He has s.ow ou land
. . i .7 t -i
Iarge,stock ot ne above
named articles, both heavy i.ud lieht of the latest fashion.
of his own mike, which he offers for sale at as low prices
as the same quality can be purchased in the city. All he
asks, is to give him" a call and be convinced that it is to the
interest or tne buyer to encourage home industry He also
makes to order und keeps on hand n superior article of La-dies-Shoe-s,
suitable for fall and winter wear. ' ( t
l'.ti Re-niringdoue at the shortest notice and on rea
sonahle terms. w n . oct4 Sm
-iTA'nCH. 50 boxes Fox's PearlStarch. Forsale by
sep24 W. H.GORDON A CO.
cmari.amu, or uenuent in vital power, it is recommcnuea
a'tiieonly means ol communicatiDg that energy which is rrin'Mi-- 7" j i i 1. aulc? l 0r stock
; iifcesiUj tome proper enjoyment ot all tha naiunl appe- 7V7,r n, m Mn price?, a f
tit, as well as the hi-jtcr mental atiribdtes. Us beneficial d" r ilantilUs, oolen UnU, Caus Jto, rich Muslin
fifects are lift confined to tltharsaior to any ase. Thefae- lines ana lasnmicres at 2o. U and 3 cents ir mni
THE 2MP0SlXm OF FASHIOjr.
Mi HP ilA
-fcVC- T-rr. UiW iUfc-
Paris Imported Ronncts, Millinery, Ac.
FAI.I, FASHION'S FOR 1S53.
500 FAKCY BONlfETS.
WE would repectiBlIv inform the Lndics of town
and country that we niP, on Tuesday inornino- the
";" ueucui, me tartest and most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, and new fctjles, of Emb'd i
Jielgnade and other stvles or Straw Bonnets erer opened at i
Kashrille or in the West. Likewise, rich I'lumex, Head
Dresses. Vlnn-nM !;,.,. tc T..r. . t '
Dresses. Flom-r T!i
Drotdens and Fancy Good Ac, toninrisio0,0w worth.
iiaviEir iinrw-tT frJ a n. i j: e i - . . ?
j shall & Tm&lh tt Tr i ar.s, our prices
verthed MfSinf n T t lhe I?ed uu milleaery adrer-
t OurlonToiii -.. 1,iuiciug wuc uie iuie)i sijiea.
uadvantal,,,K y.er7 "tsnsivc business, most give
eronrse.re3 that our friends are well sati-ficdl 5nj now
, (, taM K
pel lor Mennos at 80c worth 1.25; ricli Needlework goods
ChemizctLs. Infants Robes. 1'ointe.I Collar?.
Ilaudk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.S5 to 1,75, cheap at
U 60 to 5.00. Likewise, a largo slock of Fancy Goods and
Trimming;, liaving a larps Mock this falL our object is to
make small profits and Ltrjre sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good bargain-.
At tlie Parisian World of Fashion, No. is, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
oct I 3m Agent.
THE RAILROAD CIRCUS!
And Crystal Amphitheatre !
O EATING FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS. AVith
O lection of Performers from the European and Ameri
can Circuses and Hippodromes, express! r for this colossal
enlcrpriic, with more Novelties and Talent than has ever
before been ollcred by a travelling Company, will exhibit in
NASHVILLE, fcomer of Locust and Market streets,) on
MONDAY EVENING, October Slst, and 2; P.M.T P. M,
each subsequent day.
Admission 50 cents; children half price.
Anio: g the distinguished Artists are the following, who
now first make a tour of th's country:
11'lle Rosa, the most beautiful anil expert Female Eques
trian the Profession has ever produced.
Doxxa Isabella, tlie celebrated Spanish mistress of the
horse, with her beautiful thorough. bred Pvrenean Mares,
Countess Monlejo and Queen Christina.
Le Jklxe Utmr, the Bov Hero, confessedly the most ex-
franrdinary Equestrian on either Continent.
Heer Ccistb, Maitck A'ALEXnxr, and Mons'etir Giuime,
the famous European Hipjiodioti e Performers", in those
three most exciting Keats of the Hippodrome Le Perch
Eijuioise, La Trapazo, and Spirited Chariot Contest.
Da.vS.ioxe. the celebrated New Orleans Clown the ac
complished geutlemati and skillful Rider, and Piquant Wit,
with bis Ballet aud Pantomime Troupe, producing every
night the thrilling Equestrian Pantomime entitled The
Besides these, there are Messrs. IL P. MicKivy. Wil
liams, IL F. Nichols, Sam Btirre, Di-itu. Lovett, Miss Mmr,
Paiuxe, and Margukrictte, aud Maitcis, Jaiies. and
Myers' celebratu! Brass Reud and Sirins Band consti
tute the Orchestra.
Tlie Stud of trained Trick and Manage Horses, are
the most beautiful and obedient that have ever been seen
in this country. oct2j tf
MEMBERS OP THE I, L' (J LS L AT UK E
And the nuraarcru Strangers sevr visiting; the City
ARE respectfully invited to call and examino WATER
FIELD A WALKER'S Mtc Style lrts UaU for the
The style of Hats issued br thii Establishment has always
takeu tlie lead; manufactured from the finest material, ot
superior finish and faultless design, impervious to rain and
atmospheric changes; their Hats challenge competition with
the Hats of thc Season.
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
octl City Hat and Cap Store.
If your Head is dillicnlt to Pit Call and hare the
shape and size accurately taken bv Waterfield ,t Walker's
French Craniotiuter, they a e daily manufacturing Hats to
order by this valuable machine, and in all cases produce an
easy and comfortable fit.
octl tVAlKKHKLil i YYALK&ll.
Our Panel Ilctiartment Comprises Ladies' Ridins
Hats, ofthe latest desicn. Children's fancy Hats and Cans
of all the latest styles ot the Season; all of which wc shall
sell at our usual moderate price?.
octl WATEKFIELD A WALKEK.
r"PO .IIERCJIAXTS.-Merchantj who wish to pur
JL chase a select assortment of Hats and Caps should call
at Watertield A Walker's their assortment is new and va
ried, and their prices low and uniform.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 26, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdev's. octl
JOHNSON &T WEAVER7
NO. 29 A- 31, SOCTII MARKET STHEET, NASHVILLE, TENJf.,
GENERAL COMMISSION, BECETVTKO,
AM) PG-n.VAKDIXG MEIICIIANTS.
Aud Keccivers nnd Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
Nashville, Oct (5,1835 wAtw.
Xo, 7, Xorth College Street,
WOULD respectfully inform Druggists, Merchants,
Physicians and 'Manufacturers, that ther have
again commenced the Drug business in the new building
on College, near Church street, and intend contining them
selves to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near
ly entirely a fresh one, and they are determined to mako
both tho prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men
640 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil;
SvO ' " Tanners' Oil;
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
14.5S do Madder, " "
OSO do Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
7500 do Sup. Carb. Soda;
t'O Gro. M'Lane s Vermifuge;
10 do M Lane s Liver PilL;
5!0 do Fahncstock's Vermifuge;
100 doz. Mustang Liniment;
100 Gro. wood bovMatches;
880 doz. Mason's Blacking;
2S0 tn. O. D. Cajs;
10O0 pound Red Lead dry;
800 do White do do;
t'OO do Letharge;
1G0O do Eng. A eiietian Red;
200 bush. Kenlncky Rlue Grass Seed;
45 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snufl', in package?;
SI do Garrett's do do;
CO doz, do in bottles;
48 do MaccaboySnnff, in cots;
1000 lbs. " " in jars and bbls;
S00 boxes Window Glass assorted;
4000 lbs. Putty;
l;0 twunds Pearl Sage;
110 do Tapioca;
C"x) do Gum Arabic;
6 doz. Cod LiverOil Rushlon, Clarke A Co's;
CO do Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxes;
SC do Soda;
CO pounds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Hydriodate of Potash;
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron;
Schseflelin s Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases oflnstniments, of various styles;
Physicians Pocket Cases of Vials a large varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trepanninj and
Midwifelnstrument', in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes,
jiff- Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac., taken
at the highest market rates. octI8 tf
OLD LEAF AXI FOIL 10 ounces Abbey's
best Gold Ieaf ; 15 Packs' best Cold Leaf. Received
and rorsale low by oct20 EW1N BROTHERS.
Z INC 'WHITE PAINT. 50 kegs received and for
sale low. This article is said to be much superior to
: l.unt.nnv fxT .wji. n otv in ewu
S.nSiJli&r is aoolitd
and costs but little more. It is coming largely mto use m
the eastern cities. oct20 EWLN BROTllhlto.
McGiVoct deceased. to come forwara f P
meat, and those having claims agams i',I
fied to present them within the time prescribed by law or
they will be t jrcver narrea.
FALL GO O D S
DUNCAN, MORGAN & GO.,
On Tucstlar, Wednesday nnd Thursday,
TO CLOSE OUT CONSIGNMENTS.
in- Hie ffrcate variety. Ladies Dress Goods,
istntts, omen and Gentleuieu'ii Wear, bnjicrior
black and colored Twilled French Ciotlis. ami Doc Skin rv.
I MueVe. 't. Trf fin7L,'n
this -itt aiicr.ui, jiunuuifauc?. omcK. uiue, prey and
mn t-ie:i,iB,-.M"!'1!n deWs Scotch PhCds.
S,Ti, cl)yil1 de W001 Freuc"
mI English ntennos, Sdk warp Alpacca, ricl. lustre, Rro-
I VV 151 w " sell atanciion, odTUESDAV, WEDNESDAY ! RELiA:F nii7 7 5 """""o mmnstantij
j yy nd Thursday; Member jauViA ana mhM reg oi 3?a N?m "f"
wtho..! rerre, the Urt and W rMoct cve I KKStJLVE 1 l tlc,1OT-
otrereJu, Neville, of forcig,, and Uomeitiq, Stable ad HltrEfjJiJ,
wwn i ETriiTnrFPrtiiln Mmnloiifrj
fine s.. 'ura uu origin colored nam Jeans, DiacK ana lancy
ide i ?. "I'd Satin Acstings Cashmcro and Yelccnnca 1ol,
. i trench Vest Shapes, black Silk Velvet of siineriornualilr.
Wacx and cntoml TVMw vl.-,.t. ,,-.j. n.....r. :.
Cloth mi iT- tu'u'w Aipacca. miic Ugured Lama ( ui.tiiA JiUrtOU Kidwar'a Reody Relief wQt rr
.. ..n -j.7 , asumcres, glossy, black lusterin? Sillcs ' here the snfferer frtirn all Dain iu fb?a
nmius, rancy colored S lks..Dress SUks tif neiwti-l,.
tcred Pouhus. Lyons hit Sillr'i,. rZ?. Iar '?4',V
tiuBaratludo, Bonnet Wbrnfvv iV
and superior quality, black and colored Martha R7bboxS
and oipcn Uaslimcre Uloven, Twisted Silk Jlittsl
Mitts, and Cloves of all the diilerent prices end qual-
" " 'luaoncs. tjiotu tiloves Hon,l KZA.
the black and colored Castmcre, Altacca. Lawns, Wool
and Merino Hose and half H.-se, black, red, bine, Vellow
and fancy colored Prints of every variety; four quarter
double purolc and English Print; Fumita're Prints. Tur
key Red da. Cashmere do, new style Euglish do.
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all qualities aud widths
brown Muslins und Drillings of all widths; blue, drab'
red, green and marble Blankets; large stock of Bed' Blan
sets, mo itiincets; steamboat bcith do. heavr
Flannels, Bed Tickings, 5-4. 7-3 and 4-4 wide Funiirnre
and Apron Checks, ilickiur Shirtings, Mariners stripes,
and counterpain Checks, Fancy Nett Cajs, woolen Hoods,
woolen Comforis, and the greatest variety of Trimmings
and Lace xvork, white goods of all qualities, Swiss Nain
sook. Book and Mull Muslins. Jaconelt f!amhrii. funsa
barreil Muslins, white and colored Cambrics, Needles
- Pins, Silk, Liuea aud Cotton Threads, Buttons for Over
coats, ares'j coat: . pitta and vest?. Uraids. Tan Ar
Also 50O cases Beaver, Silk, Moleskin and Angola Hats,
k"osuth and Mexican soft Hut. black, white and colored;
black and colored wool Hats, large stock of Caps of every
yarietv. Umbrellas, of all tlieditterent sizes and qualities;
new full style Silk Bonnets, trimmed ; Travelling Bgs,
Carpet do., Sn'rliU, Hardware, Cutlery, Paper, Ac 4c
The stock is lite largest ever offered in this market, and will
be sold freely. Several large consignments which we have
iu.Mruuuon.sio ci'e. ine latest styles ot rrencli and oilier
continental comjjosc a large portion of this stock, which
win oe sold wiiQoui reserve, lenns liberal
DUNCAN. MORGAN A CO.
FUTURE SALES, lsss.
DewnberlSth. Hth.and l.'tlu ,
T JTAIX'AK LE C1T Y PitOPEUT Y POK S A UK
The undersigned being autliorized bva resolution of
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen ofthe City of Nashville,
at its meeting ou the Hth instant, to dispose ofthe followim
valuable projierty, to wit "
IsiU, Nos. 22 and 2 ;, on the west side cf Summer street,
frouting on said street w feet and running back 210 feet to
an alley, on which there isatwostory BRlCK TENEMENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also. Iot Nrt. 28.
situated on the west side of Cherrr street, south of llioad
strcei, ironuugon Cherry street S3 feet, and running back
ISO feet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
IHUUrv and one or OOD. The above lots will be divided
to suit purchasers. For a more particular description ot
said lots, reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages 605
and C06 in the Register's odice of Davidson county.
The above prorty will bssold at private sale at any
time between now and tlie 17th day of December next, and
if not sold previous to that time, will be offered on that dav
at PUBLIC SALE. 1
I Tlie above named property will be sold on a credit of one,
' two and three years. N otes payable in Bank without inter
I est, with good endorsers, and a'lien retained until the pur-
. ,J i-"1. ,, ii. uuiha, flavor.
1V"E(;KOES POlt SALE. Avery likely; negro wo
jlN man, an excellent field hand, 19 years old, and child
3 years old. .1 wish to sell said negroes tosome person who
will give them a good home in Middle Tennessee.
oct3 No. 03 Cherry sU
On Hie Franklin Pike, between the residences of Jo
seph Vaulx and James A. Woods, Esqs containing 23 acres
has on it an excellentspring. Make early applications to ,
R. W. BROWN.'Oen'l Agt,
ocl3 No. B3 Cherry st. j
HOUSE A1TD LOT FOR SALE.
BY virtue of a decree ofthe County Court of Darid.-on
county, rendered at the October Term, 1838, in the
rasjnf Xfftrr f. Ifanril-' .titminiatnln, r.r V.
tr?lV wVl nn, I nil,.,- r.n.tt I ni nir... r. ,t.. f
Court House in tho city of Nashville, on V.'ednesday the 1
Sdof November. ISk!, a House and Lot, situated about one
mile from Nashville, on the North side ofthe Charlotte '
Pike, fronting on said pike 43 feet, and extendingback2H I
Said House and Lot belongs to the estate of William Hen-
dricks dee d, and is sold for distribution. t
Tirais Thirty dollars in Cash and the balance on a
credit of 1, 2 and Syears. Notes tvith good security required
and a l'cn retained on thc property until all the purchase
money is paid. F. R. CHEATILVM,
octli d.Uw td Clerk,
FOR SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the "Caney
Fork River, 75 miles from Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river
naiigable for steamboats 7 or s months' in the year. Those
wishing to engage in the Lumber trade, or in raising atocek
would do well to give nic a call.
A L. DAVIS,
Sept tf b At the U.S. Mail Packet Office.
Jessec J. Page and others j
LAND FOR SALE.
Lucy H. Page etaL
BY virtue ofthe decrco of the Honorable Circuit Court
of Davidson county, at the September Term, 1858, I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, on Satur
day, the 5th day of November, 1?."S, in front of the Court
House door, in the city of Nashville, a tract of land Ijingm
Davidsou county, in district No. 11, containing about one
hundred and twenty-eight acres being a tract owned by
the late William Page.
Teems. One hundred dollars in cash will be renured
the balance on a credit of oneyear.
octia dltAwtd' THOS. T. SMILEY, a Clerk.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
T A. A J. G. McCLELLAND have jost received the
largest und best selected stock ol Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than ther can be found iu any other
house iu the city. At No. 20 Public square.
Jlicli Drcsi (.'ooils.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Laines;
Check do Rich Plaid "
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Sujier bl'k do ' Glasgow Plaids;
I'laid Poplins; Plain Moas. de Laines;
Plain " Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
Neat de Laines,
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac
White Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackonets, Swisses, Tarllons;
Vat. Luces, Edgings and Inserting;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmingsltiid Flouncing?;
Lace and Muslin Collars and Chimizctte;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Lawn Hdkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotlen do;
Black Lace Veils, Riblmns, Ac
In Cloak, Talmas and Mantillas, we have the richest as
sortment ever offered in this market, in Velvet. Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets tor making tberu.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting. Siitinetbi, Flannels, Tick,
ing", Shirtings, Bleached and lirown Domestics, Bed
Blanket, Sujr Coat Blankets, Shawls, Litisay. Print,
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing save themselves some money.
octll McCLELLAND'S, No. go Public sqcare
WRAPPING PAPER.-400 bundles East Ten
nessee medium Wrapping Paper. Received jr
Railroad this day, and for sale by
nug7 W. rn GORDON A CO.
LlliUORS 100 bbls Star Whisky; - - - -100
bbls Old Bonrbon, Monongahela, and old Eye do;
100 eighth pipes Cliampaigne Brandy, sup. article;
M casks Malaga Wine. For sale by
septet W. 11. GORDON A1 CO.
A3IERICAN SOAP. 1 00 boxes American Cream
Soap; in bars; 100 bbls American Laundry Soap, iu
mass. Warranted to do the work of the laundry, 'n 'd
water, either soft, hard, or salt Fors de by
septal W. II.GORDON A CO.
i r EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigoe Brandy;
10 10 " " JlarrettACo's do;
10 " " A.SignelI's do;
5 quarter casks Malaga Wine;
5 eighth pipes Muscat do;
2 fcegsStoughton's Bitters;
5 bbls Old Rye Whisky;
50 Star do;
For sale by aug27 W . H. GORDON A CO.
LASSIVAItE. 500 boxeslancy Pint Flasks;
200 " " do,
100 " " Quart do.
Forsale bv W. II. GORDON A CO.
FLOlIC i00 bbls extra White Wheat Flour;
200 " New York Mills ex-Family do;
200 " Montgomery ' do;
100 " Gallego Mills do;
Forsale by septL-7 W. H. GORDON A CO.f
D'lJRKEE'S IJAKLVG POWDEIlSloO case
and half cases Durkee's celebrated Baking Powders,,
iresh, for sale by . W. ILGOK"NA CO.
T7NLISII AHJSTAltU SKED.-
One bail barrel
ofthe best English White Mustard Seed, for Pickling.
Justreeeiredandforsaleby STBETCIIA Oltlt.
septU Druggi$bi, corner ColIegend Union Sts.
fe mti ce
t i w iitKruuLIC-nAoirAY Jk CO., TIIF.
! . lnJe! .V1 Ml"in'acturer and Proprietors of the juatir
I ? rfft 1L Pw Ko werirtuofirWdiaeovrri
PfS31DS tb ilarveloas and 31irrucnloa.i power
j of atoppinJ:tl:e moet ernciatins Vains in aa instant, al
tenia, m a few minutes andanotbing the moi serere
) laroxysins orBueumaifctm, NetrraigiaCand Tic IJolorrux.
i 'f800" M applied. The IL K. K. liemedies. consist ot
mw iiwiieaies, caca possesainir (loick and wonderful now
j. . ... . ....
)M-wivfWtn -It s -
REBUILD the AVelnT 11."".
RTOHEto Ilculth TvaR uni
and worn out parts. "
rom5"f?- I.-dvray's Reodr Rcrief. for mR Ac0t
mosf r toto it will tojvL
B.H T . w0"" ano well knownlt
vA&IJPJ Kadwa,', Read,
! ctited bim enUrely uTon wk!
' . llKu,sa"1 r other caes iqnaitj- ,9 wonderful as Ui
I li tre be-n curtfd by R. It. Rebet
It will cure the roost depscrate cases in a few hours.
NEURALGIA The moment R. R. Relief a applied ,2
allays the most painful paruxvsms. It will always ciire.
SICK HEAlAC'iIE. It Will relieve tlieuoat distre-stn?
pams m CHeeir minutes. It will likewise pretent renewe4
AOUE.-.Ia ten bitntrtes a tj spoonful cf R. R. ReLe.
wdl stop the Uiills and break the I ev.r.
o AcJ,hw,.ofi4"kiai1 1M"a fJlfcind, Braises, Bare.
Scalds, btrams. Sprains, Stiff Joiofc.. Lameness. Oae ,
pncation of Rod way 's I&sad, Relief will, iu a twinomcnL..
entirely stop the twin.
It reduces swellings, beak iwes, citte and wounds, rs
f.,3'?; ll??-'e most violent irritations. Eora-1
o i1U 3JrX0- Raday' Renovating Resolren
Resolves, Reaovates.Refcaildi It cares- K
5S- Tundra, Bleeding of ths Lunr.
Syphibs. CuTHfWeo, ft.VtI'tol "
STm. vJSS Slt Rheum.
Asthms. Node. Canker.
Bronchitis, Fever Sores, K
"tV - .J-'ip". Tetters,
The above eighteen complaints R. R. Resolyent will rxn
.i UJHn? ,he ?,tetm watpWelv. Resolving awsvfren:
the Solids all impure Prisonous aud DiseaseJ Depositi fr.
ing the Blood and Fluids of Life from all corraKrncrt
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to ever
Organ and, Member of the body.
LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY.
Hon J J MUdleton. of Waccamaw, S. C, writes vt.
undtrdate ofMay. 2d. 1353. that Radw.vs HenovatiDg Rj
solvent cured one ofhts negroes, on ha plantation at Bean
tort, or a Scrofulous complaint, of many yean' siaadiu,?
The poor fellow was a disgusting nbsect' of pitv he was
moving mass of sores. The other negroes ctxild not reaix .-i
in the same place with him. He was entirely cured h
Radway s lieoovaUng Itesolveof, and is now at work jtk ,
the plantation. To the people of S. C.Mr. Mlddletca 5
well known, and to the poiitical world Mr. Middleton l
SCKOFULA. When tire patient has bcec afflicted f -Tm'.tv
........ . u-tug i w j nttsofveni:
Tenth day, '
1 ifty years
We have had cases where old men of sixty Tei w' -
have been scry fu!us all their Btea, entirely cured bv Vjx
way's Renovating Resolreat. R. R. Remedies exhibit f t
efficacy immediately. They do Bt keep .fee afflicted r
stricken suKerer lmgering in doubt, but readdv exlubit I -emcacyjinsfcinilyrefievrogpa
budding, and regulating the diseased body, to LeallTL
Mr. W. B-Ohver, ot Dayton, 0oo!y Col, Ga, under J -of
May SO, 1S.W, writes "that a servant girl whJ was j r
dnced that no one woaH give a tbrip for her life," She
so covered with sores (Lat there was not a spot of pure C
of the sue of h silver dollar oa ber whole bodv, wajec
ly cured bv Radrray's Reaovatisg Resolvent "
J NINETEEN YEARS. .Mr. Henderson, of West r
Mas., has been covered with sores for nineteen Tears. L
cared by It. R. Resolvent
SALT-RHBUM. The most obstinate case of Salt Rhe
will quickly yield te the RENOVATING RESOU I N
One gentleaHin whe ipptt"ffd that this complaint was
reditary mhw family, ami bad been articled with a
Rheum since hs birth, was cwreu by the us; of a few be"
ofthe renovating Readveot, and the powMeta lUieum V:
tirelr eradicated lmmmsystnL
IT REGENERATES every organ and member of.
body; it makes sound, healthy and Woogall weak. tLseasc a
aud nnsound parts.
.t F' in J,aI.ormHle. is qoickly cared, '
the debilitated and emaeuted made strong, -vigonms t. ,
healthy. Iinpoieaoe and Nocturnal Emissionid men.f
diseases of either one or more nf th u.i;.. 1.
quickly removed, and tho body restored to a healthy
LOW Sl'IIllTS-S-HnVOUSNESS In womsn, f;e
merous complaints ami ailments which east s?ch c.jt
over their spirits, a few aWw ofthe lUnontmir H, .
w',lnllr. Z' aBA ,be 10091 nervous. Gloomy taa..:
depressed, feci heaHhy, strong and happy,
1 ersonsnislHn- ths remedy will please ask tor Radw"
Keoovating Resolvent Ita price u oae dslhrperbot
r I?" """"S DGr -t.he pwume ever sold for less, la
botlIe &e "5.,.? oatore of
. . . CO., Ji Fulton st N
B. K. K, for sale by ilniggtstd mmerally.
,iti J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
JVbelesate Agent fer Tennneswe.
MASDFIELD3 A CO, Memph
HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
novl 4ra Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
NEW 0BXEAN3 AND KTvmi vj. s. MAIL PACKED
npiIE splendid new pasienger steamer,
JL JU ti. IV. THOS.NnTK,JIas- Vw-Hiil1
ter, wiu run in the above trade ths sea
son, leavtcg Mem pais on her flrst trip on
baturday, the 22d of October. The HILL ecuner:
Memphis with tlie Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mad Pac
e's, and will give through tickets from New Orleans '
The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, w
leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 P M, with fee
and passengers tor the UilL "
A. ILV3I1LTON, 1 , ,
octS A. L. DAVIS, " -A5eDl-
NASHVLLLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED. STATES MA.L
FOR MEMPHIS. NEW O RLE.VNS. ST. A .?
LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE-TRY V5?rVv5SuJ
"WEEKLY The Splendid New PasHHigCTaSEHSiSSS
Steamers Crrr or HcA-isvtLr, Joh-v Smrsox tso tun
sr, will leave Nashville every ilondar, Wednesday and 1
day. at C o'clock P. M, ceaneetuig at Paducah with the
ly Louisville and St Louis U.S.5lad Bonis, and at Me"
Dhu with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin,
R. W. Hill, Geo. CoiHer, and Mary Agnes, giving thrsr
tickets from Nashville to either of the potato above r.s.-.
TheaccommodalioBsof this line cannot be surpassed,, s J
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of tr
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. Ik UAVts.
octl Agents at Na jt '
NEW 0RLEAiANASHVILREGULA2 PA.
BELLE-KEY. PEYTON A. KEY, ff73'Sv.
CovMAXmtn. This large and magnifi- 4rtfS,
cent Steamer is now undergoing a thorough jiiK:
repair at Louisville, and will take ber place as a Reg-.
Packet in tho above trade as soon as there is. sutficien -.
aud will continue during (he entire season.
In point of seed, comfort and safety, the BELLG-Kl
unsurpassed on the Western waters;' which, with the I.
experience of her gratlemanlr Commander and 'ha
knowledged busines- capacity oflier Clerk M r. Lewis ,.r
era,) enables us confidently is recommend her to the I -pess
and travelling community. Mr. Northern will i
prompt personal attention to filling orders tor Groceries, .
Z3f A share ot patroeoge is respectfully solicited
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO
aug27 lm Ag.i
Nnshvillc. Louisville nnd Cincinnati ivgul .rl
rpHE Splendid new Pasnsrer Steamers, , KJJh
JOHN P. TWEED, Davio MitLaar., M.ister,Ki3r
will make regular trips In the above trade, leaving N
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Return n, k
leave Cincinnati every Wetteesday, at 4 o dock, P. M.
The above boats are A No. I, end are officered bv ei -rienced
business men, who will be thankful for orders l
merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to aj w
mar entrust business to their care.
Nushville and Louiwille AVeckly Packrt,
AVJI. GARVIN, C. T. REEUER. MasUr
THIS splendid Steamer is neirlv com- rv I
. , I 1 :,, 1 . v I .1 , . f Ik !uW I
picicu, Hiiu nui .insu.uiv inn um, Cjiij
ri of the river. She wilt carry 4-' Iota obBSKCSu
and her accommodations (or rsLweozens areuneaoaled
any boat of hsr dimenstoos. She will be commanded l 9
Capt a T. REEDER, long and favorably known tc.
commnnity, and the Cumberland river trade, genera. j
She will make recnlar weekly trips. lea vu2 LouisT..jerl
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY" at 1 o' toe j
P M. At the former place passengers will find var. x
Railroad and. Steamboat lines to convey tbem to any rc.;i
of destination they may desire, vie The old ertablisbed ;3
to Cincinnati: Union line to WhediDK Pittsbanr and I.
isville line: Jeffenon RailroaiL Ac, Ac. All aifbntmg 11
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
Ktf- All orders will be filled as low as at Cmdnrtat,
ST For Freight or lage. spply 'to
tt IllUltl A. i lumu... svr.
C . PB-
O TEItSON,M.sTi- rbis splendid steam
er bavin" been luorwigair repaireu, win run ;
vL, nu.Tr Haket between this Port and
Vrw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water.. I j
eight or rassage apply a a. iv. itiaijn.'5
rKHICAL CJARD.-Da. J. S. KsaKlUlAN taw
IV I tnrned froffl Eurerje and wiH resume the praetce I
his profession, otGeeju beretefore on Spring stree', oppos I
the Ebiscopat Caureli. fartieular attention gtveatoccrr.:.
diseases and surgical case. j
Office hours fer consnKatieH frest 3 o'clock to lo. A I
and front 2 to 4 r.M. oct9 .al