UNION AND AADLRICAN.
office -No. h,deaderick street.
TfU: WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN -Is furnished
to tuljtf iUf ri at the following rales; Single copies, one.
Y-ur inajrane. tf SO; within the yeart5 00; aljhacnd
H.JftIr 5 ta...-tJt-Dirt-Or live and upwards-"- 00 J
per cpy for one year. Clubs of subfci iters will ba re
ceives! for six months at tli foregoing rates. .
lie TUI-WEEKLY is pnUlieJ every Tuesday hursd;
end Saturday, at t& per annum in advance; if nu nib a
DAILY is i.ubtMi.l at IBght Dollars.
I2TTIJI; MONEY r t.h CASES TO ACCOMlAN
Reiuiituice of BoWnjiuiis res., bs taaJe by mill .1 our
paper will be sent out of the SUte unless the fiKler U ar
enmpanied with the cash.
tyVe are authorized to annonnrA Ik W. Kussel, as a
candhUte for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Djvijou
cwiutv, at tlie nest JIarrh elrclion.
CSf tt'c are aulhoi ii-.l to auuounoe Jonx K. Ijuiowoy,
o cdnouute tor tlie Nienruity of Davidson count r
wntnuic tile tICI Itlitit 1 tl imr CPUIil .
J2T"iVe are untaonttxl to announce Hxucu GuKOTkcuxy,-
as a candidate furSiMritTat lbeeosuinir election.
I37We are autborheii to announce Wiu.iam LuTO.f, as
acauJiJutefor SliirilT of Davidson county, at the ensuing
rSTWe are autboriiel to announce H li. lliOLtr as a
candid&te for sheriff, at the envmi election.
CLn:K or nit. corsrr ooimr.
t7'Ve are authorized to announce Josiaii Febbis as a
candidate for County Vmrt Clerk at the' cnuinf: election.
t3T We are anthntired to announce Felix It. Cukatuau
e candidate for re-election for County Couit Cleikat them
-?We are authorired tosnnounceUiAoM. Josh acan
dtdafe farCuuuty Court Clerk, at tha next March election.
- FOR COrNTT TRCSTFF.
t-iT We are EU'Uorized to announce Jonx IUins. for
re-elect iuii asCouu!y Trustee at the ensuing election.
t$f We are authorized to aunouncT'aoVAsSuiNEBas a
candidate forTntteeof Davidson County.
Kf We arc authorized to announce Georoe Clare as
a candidate for Ttustee of Davidson, at the March election.
W e are authorized to auuounce the name of W. K.
IiuhTtrit fCollector) as a caudidste lor Tru-tce lor Daridiou
countr at the next Match eleeilou-.
ISf" Jals T. Faulkxeo is a candidate for Tiexister of
the Lsnd Olfice for MiddleTenues.ee at the ea.-uingsoin
of the Lepilature.
Fn Oi leans, and will lejie the fir.-t ne of water. For
eiht or Pa-ssge apply to J. A R. Y KATM AN,
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET,
rplli; MilendiJ new Menxer leamer, A Citl
i. 11. L W. HI1.1., Tuos. NtwtL,.Mu.s- Vs5l!
In, nil! run in the aboie tiade this M-a- (jtir
S.IH, leaiii p Meiiiphis on her Urt trip on m ''rfiW""
Saturday, Hie 'ISA of October. The HILL connects at
Meoiphiti with the Nashville and Memphis If. S. .Mail Pack,
i Is, .an.! will giie Ihrooh tickets from Jie Orleans to
Th splendid paenfer Meamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville ererv Weduodai, at 0 P M, with freight
aud pisfi'i.iri'i'- l''i the Hill.
A. HAMILTON, . WM,
eclfl A. U DAVIS. S&aU
1IASKV1LLS AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL
OR M KM I'll IS, NEW ORLEANS, ST.
LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE -TRY '.'ciESi:
WEEKLY. The Splendid New Pas.-et)ger5Ii3iS
Steamers 1'itv vv HtsTsvia.K, Joiix Siion, ad hunts,
sr, will leaie Nashiille every Monday, Wednesilay and Fii
ilar, at C o'cliCk P. coHi'ecting at l'sdiicah with the dai
ly Ioui-iilIe and St. lxHiis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Mem
phis ith the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, II.
It. W. Hill. Geo. Collier.and Mary Agnes, giving through
tieketsfrwn Nahiilli loeilher of'the points aboie named.
ThcaccomiiKnlatkHis of this line cannot besurji&ssed, and
palten.'ers will liud it by far the speediest means of tt-aiel
either North or South.
For ft eight or passage apply to
A. L. DAVIS,
oct5 Agents at Nashville.
n1:w1)rLeansaniF nauville hegulak pas"
fEI.I.E-KEY', 1TYT0N A. KEY. ,FK
y tjoKMANtiEK. This large aud inaguiti- ytVfg
cent SUoiner i now undergoing a thotough
itpuir at Luusville, aud will take her place as a Regulai t
Paeke' iu tlie above trade assoona there is sullicieut water,
uimIwiII ciiitmue during the entire teaou.
In Siit of sjieed.coiutiirl and safe.y, the 11KLLE-KEA is
linturjMHsed on tin- Western waters; which, with the lung
expeneiice of lier gentlemanly Commander aud theae
Vuiiwledf ed busines-capacity of her Clerk (Mr. Iwis North
eru,) enables us conlidently "to lecomiiicnd her to thebusi
nessan.l Unveiling cminiuniiv. Mr. Nutllieru will give
prompt persona! atli ct h. to tilling orders for Groceries, Ac.
A aliare ot pairouage is respect full v "sihcited.
JOHNSON, DOl'.NE A CO ,
ang27 lm Agents.
NaVtiVilIf, I.ouisvillr mul Ciiiriiitmli Kesuliii"
rr'HE Siilendid new Passenger Steamers, fF3t )rv
1 STATESMAN. II. G. McCobas. Master, LfWvstrSy
JOHN P. TWl.EI), DAVin Miluki.. Mailer, JJta
will ir.tike irfuUr trips iu the alwve trade, leaving Nush
ville every Tues.lav. at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will
leave Cincinnati eiery Weuiieda, at 4 o'clock, P.M.
TheaUne bna's are A No. 1, aud are ollieered by eipe
lienced business ineo, wlio will be thankful for orders tor
iniichindi.se and jnomise to gne satisfaction to all who
mav eninut biiiim-.-s to their cat e.
septl7-lf JOHNSON. HORNi: A CO
" Na.livill-mul I.ouitvillc "Weekly 1'iickct,
WM. t: 3tVIX, C T. REKDER. Master.
riHIS splendid Steamer is nesily oiu
X. pleted, and will beat Naslmllethetirst
use of the liier. She will carrv4'Hi ions
tnd her acoiiiniiiodatimis lur pas-angers aie iiueiiialed by
nuy Ismt if b -r dinieii: uins. Mie mil ue commauueu ov
Cnpt. C. T. RLBIlKR, lung and tavmably known to our
Coiiimiuutv, aud the CuuiTierland rner tiade, generalli.
She will make regulai iveeklv Inps, leaving Louisville mi
TUESDAY'S and Nashulle on MGD.W'S, at 4 o'el.K-k,
P M. At the lonner place iMissengers will hud aiious
liailtOA.laiid SleamUjil lines to convey them to any point
r.f destination they may Je-ue, iii: Tlieold eslablished line
to Cincinnati: Union line to Wheeling. Pittsburg and 1au
isville line; Jell'ersiHi Railroad, Ac, Ac. All ati'oi ding the
amplest aeeiHiimndatious, combined w ith eXoditioii.
tJSf All otdersmll be tilled as low asat Cincinnati.
riT l urrieiijlii or I'M-saw noniv 10
ItCNKY T. YEATMAN. Agent.
J. II. CURREY,
Undertaker and Coiliii-iuttker.
fbieoe s'ltet. A-'. MintitU Seuvufr limst.
l.U.S leave to intorni His 11 leo.ts and tne publictij
generallv, that lie lias opened a regular Cot-
r.n Uo.Mii, and having bought the right for inHiiiifactunng
and si'lling in .Middle iViineisee, Skill's Patent Indistmct-
lbte Air-tight and Atrexliaiisted Burial Cases, the lesl
now in uefor preseriiiiit the Corns, be will keep a supply
of them constantly on hand, together with an assortment of
ull kinds nleoiered and wood Cuttins lie is prepared to
tumisli g.tod Hearses and auv tiumber or Hacks that may
be wanted, also shrouds of every description, made 111 the
best stile, together with every equipage nesisary for futie
lals. AH telegraphic despitchcs 01 01 ders ironi Steamboats
uid Railroads, or liom the surrounding cisinliy will be
promptly attended h. Particular utteutioii paid to pie
paring and encasing Unite- for uansporlat on. All orders
left ut his Fuiinlure and Collin R.siins promptly attended
to. both night and day he ni'l give his personal attention
ti.'all lunerals. Clwiges mndcrate.
J. II. CURREy.
S. 11 -Furniture and Mattrasscs of every description
made to urde.- and o! Ihe best materials, and warranted; also
luroiture lepsuied iu the best .style and with dispatch.
Bllgil . en. " J. II. 0.
" SOMETHING NEW.
rpHE SOI'TII, NASHVILLE rURXITURE
X M A N'U F ACM U Rl NO COMPANY, are now offeringi
'aW?sileiidid Hssorliiieul ol Plain and Fashionable lur
'"Vi " nitureat tiieir Depot on Maiki-t sti.-et.Thomas'f:s
f?2J2S!new building, ( betii ceil Imou Hall and the
Square, ) which they oiler ill pi ices to suit purchasers.
both at whole sale and retail. Hiev intend to tne satislae
lion to purcliasers- work warranted. '
Call and examine their stock, tlnlers for Work attended '
wilhdesjwtch. R. It. GROOMS, Pres't. ,
W. LNtsTE. SecV Iseptf'i' '
' CASH ! CASH 11
"1 7NTEl at tlie Siuth Nashville Furniture Factory, ol
YY go.nl SEASONED LUMBER -HW.OlW
feet of ljiuch Walnut Plank--wiJe;
SO.tMW do Jo do do do;
50,000 ito S do do do do;
lOO.tKW do Walnut Scantling, 8 feel long, 4, 5 A fiin. sq're;
li)0,(WO do Cherry do do do;
100.009 do 1 inch Cherry Plank wide;
50.000 da do do do;
6J.000 do 2 do do do;
0,000 do Asli, langiiigfrom lJi'to.'i in thick wide plank;
a'Isii, Poplar of all siies used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Oi w ill be tid on delivery.
Also, 25 orflgood CABINETMAKERS wauled, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or i lix1 IT
HOLSTERS. None but good not linen nevd apply .
T AM just receivinga hue assortmeiii 01 r ur-
I niture ol tne laiesi ami
uiosi s i iiuit-unr a
ii ..1. will 1... ir.irisiiii.xi asrecommciiu- -
ed. and w ill be sold as cheap as the cheajKist. Having en- 1
urged my Ware rooms. 1 shall keep an assortment 01 Gil- j
bert's suiierior Piauos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir- !
mrs, Ac. Funiuure of ull kiuds made to order, .miicics
scut flee to the Railroad or am where ill the city. Jleuieiu
Lvr4S. Union street. Cheap Furniture Depot.
J$ ' I II. MORTON.
" " GOLD PEHS.
JOHN Y'ORK A CO., have on hand a variety of siipenor
Gold Pen the best and cheapest article erer offered lor
tale m Nashvilltt. E9ry jvu warranted. octl
STEAM Hit IROQUOIS, C. IE- RSsra,
Ti;R.-;0N, Masiku. This splendid steam. y5,teSS'
er, hav.iijbeeutlioriMi)hlv lejiaired, will run "jgjjiyj
Nea it uiif.Ar Packet beluvou this Port and
' NEW DRUG STOKE. -J.
G. BSOMCH, " '
foperhjt of Hit firm of Ewin, Brown it Co.,)
-.jllAS oiieiied, with an entire new slock of Drugs,
7? Mwlicines, raint30ijl!erfiui!en',..a, At.XT
i A ou the site rnnri lr oeeutiied bv the old hrm.Wioi
No. 4.1, College strict, three door ! Own Union, where lie .
will be pleased to wait iipnVIfi",T.I.Ti
emll.f. i'artibiilar a'tiiilionis given Id Physician' Tre-'-i
KtintKMYil1iich.il HI be tilled Kith accuracy and . dispatch, j
Scroioal Instcuuevts. cumi.risin.' I'ockft Cases, assort
ed; 1'oclLt Vial Cases; scleral Sievv paUextis; "jpeculums, j
assorted; Mi! ife, AnipiitaliiijnndTrepa'i'niiig fiistrnnieiiuy '
in c3.-' onSeparale; Tooth i'orcep and Kevs; Slelfieirojiesy 1
CiMHiinir AiMarutii: Stomach Punii's; DtsxsCtiuu Iuslru-
ments. ic. Trusse'ineven" varielv- a coinnleie assortment
t even uimiruMiiiiv teiii in iuis iiuemay iw: nmuu a
uiiir: .1. o. uitowNU
tV I lmtiufclurers
Lirire sioek. and tri-m the Ut 1
manufacturers some eiceedinly ruie, nerer before
"brought to this market.,, .AWwitjun of .Phyficiaus- to. this
iartt my sloes ist.-iccllully soiic
ItKKMIJIKl AIMtOW HOOT.
J fretly pure and Hvob; full kunply -at
Wai ranted per-
J. O. KNOWN.
Ty HIIVU31 KR V In even- stvlr, Pit-ueh. (Jennau and
American Vloi.es, Hair Oiln; Poinailes, Ac, Ac. ,
! 1 IMJI II I unutl . n w .... , --. ..
r'Rose Bear's Oil, 1WI I Atender, hroirn and while AVmdsor
Tuulb I'owileran.t I'aSle. uver s.iroinaoc uieRar, liieuns
Knan. lt.n litrn Si'j iii 1 lbb:ir. to3tthtf r ith a general as-
sjirtiuetit of Plain nd Fancy Soajis, Hair llriishea, Ac, ic.
Shell and liuil'ihi Ik easing and. Fine Comb, Ivory do. Pow-
i der I'uusand lsoxcs, j.iiiy Wlule, Alabasler. iVc
.1 G BROWN.
PllK'IN TEA OOitiiAN V. 1 have a roll supply of
..the best qualities of Teas put up bv llj's Company.
It is the same formerlr kept bv Kwin, llrowu A Co.. wliich
pavemchaeneral satisfaction.' The Ne Phis Ultra Black
Tea and Plantation Imperial fit a thought to be superior to
anv in this market, al o, Teas in small caddies of C lbs
each. auK; J 0 UROWX.
DOMJill'XS W ATER 1 have made arrangements
to keep a constant upv-!y of this water, which i teceive
dncct from the Soriucr. 3 trross just received,
QTONE WAKE Of all descripthmsand best quahly;
O .lso, j loner, yaw, asforted s?es. t
J O BROWN.
jAJUIJOOl-'lSlllN'ti POLES loOhnt received;
J also, a full avsortnient,iof Fishing'ackle, Limerick
Hooks orSnoods tainted Poles, ic.
anp7 ' 3. 0. BROWN.
OK THE HAIK-Lvoiis' h'athatioii. Bogle's Hype
rion Fluid, Barriraud (ilirchujh's Trionpheious, at
aux7 JO BROWN. .
QTAItCII. 1. boies Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
O also, superior article of country made Starch.
aug7 J. O. BROWN.
rpl fUNlP SEED. A large lot of Summer and Win
X ler, and Summer and Winter mixed.
auT7 J G. BROWN.
?OK JElilil ES. -SiKuklini' tielatiae. UsiirSlieel
Riusnia Sheet, and Shred iMiHass; also, a hue lot of
FlivoiiuR Extracls. aug7 J. O. DROWN.
T EXIXOTOX MUSTAKU.iu )i, M. aud 1 lb Cans;
Jj fresh and just Tec'd. any? J. G. BROWN.
VST POWDEltSand Bniwu'sEsS. Jamaica Gin
ger. White I-ad. Red Le.ul, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
i, Ac. 1 .ard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turjientine, Vaniish. Ac
J. IJ. liKUH j, 4, uoiiege -n.
TSIE HAZARD POW
Of Ilazardville, Connecticut
A. O. HAZARD, PRES'T. A. E. DOUGLASS. SEC'r.
CONTINUE to furaish Gun IVwder or all their well
kuown brand', Keiltrcly liijif, Amtriwn SpoHiny
jn.lUtv liifit in kegs, ludf aud nuarter ktgs and camilsters
of one ixiundeacli. Also, a full as.sortmenl of Powder for
HI.AST1XO AND MIXIXC
purjoses. The reputation or their Gnu Powder is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly tilled at
uiv JvIir I'-ji"!, North-east comer of the Squat e.
S. 11. LOOM IS, Ag't forthe H. P. Co.,
augi If Nashville, Tenn.
VV ceiled, .OiHl l'lts of those
beautiful French Papers, tor Pailois,
lbdls. Ac. together with a snleiidid1
assortment ul Gold and Velvet Bordein, Fire Scnvns, WiU-
dow Cuilains, Ac
i-gTGn hand a laige assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 2.1 cts ir b.!t.
KLAGES A GORBEY,
No. o, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
" Yt . W. FIN.",
41, MABIZET STUEET,
BIT Wi UN UNION AX ti THE SUUARE,
OI.l AND VELVET PA- MpT?
PKII HAMil.MiS. -A large
ami oeaiiuioi iariri. .
Decorative Wall Pnpers, all U
the latest Flench desiirn.
llorder', V imlou- 1'npers, Tenster mid Ceiw
tre l'it-ces, a Urge asortiueul. ,
CheH Ulnalnzeil lnpers-12,Cs)0 pieces in store,
from Yi to aa cts. per Boll. All for sale, aud Cheap i'oh
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKAAVA VS AND FAMILY CARRIAOES.
rsr- Tal c PARTICULAR NOTICE that
Stout's Coach Shop isou CLARK STREET.
IRA A. STOUT.
irioliAs UOOOK. NELSON WALKER.
HODGE .V WALKER.
Earbers, Hair-Dr.-ssers, Ac, Ac,
AT.. IS, rIar tfrttt.
TTAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
1..1 n Ihia ( e !!:ivitl!r
house, we feci confident that all who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. Iu addition to Baibering, H.iir-Dress-imr
Ac we haielarce. commodious and ueally furnished
Bath Rooms. The-eaie the tlnest 111 the city, and as to j
convenience and comfort, cannot be sin passed iu thecoun- J
try. While parsing, penilenieu and Isitrous, just step ill
atid see with what magic ne "make the hair Uy," and what i
a salutary effect our pure water has ujiou a wearied and
,u4U boJv. nug". If I
I REFER the Farmers to the stalenif nfs below, made by j
Dr. JolinShelby and U F. Bradlev. 1 have seen it iii 1
operation several times, 1 am satisfied of its great utility. As j
he season is advancing, 1 now oiler those I have on hand for I
Col. 1 1. P. CnetTHiv: Dear Sir: I have been using
he " Ueiiping and Mo ing Machine" patenienled by Manney
ol Illinois, which jou aie now offering to the citizens of Teri
uessee. It is a fi iist it atc la do r samnoMacuine. It works
vciTLr and rapidlv. The amount cut per day will depend
' principally upon Ihe sjvd of the team, tf the team can
1 at el four miles per hour, it w ill Reap orMoiv, filleen acres
n ten hours. It is entitled lo the conlnjence ot the public.
I Respectfully J.SHKL1U. ;
I, L.F. Bradley, now mauaging the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following stateineut: We have had for more than .
, one week, one of Col. Chealharn's mowing and reaping
machines,wehttvetried il in clover and grain blown and tan- !
glel, and I now state that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
svthi- blade, and that it will mow per day as much as H
hands, and itcan reapat least twenty-four acres per dav.
june29-tAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
' 650 REWARD.
( "O AN AW AY from the aibscriber on the night of
li, the 3rd inst., his negro boy AMOS. He isabout
20 years of age, 5 feet '.' or 10 inches high and weighs
1 aboil 160 pounds. He is a bright mulatto, hat straight
' hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt lo pass lum
1 self as 11 white man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of
' Spartanburg District, aud was purchased br Capt. James
j Bonds of Spananburg C. li. He is probably lurking in
' the vicinity of that town, or mayattempt his escape to a
1 free Stale." He rode off a sorrel'borse ten or twelve years
I old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts,
I and is shod behind, is quick tn gaits and steps short, holds
I a lino head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines
' to be spiteful. The above reward of HFTY DOLLARS
' will be given forthe apprehension of the boy and horse;
1 the boy 'Ui be lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses
for keening the horse ill also be paid,
i Newleri v. S. C. J ul v, W. 0. NEED.
, septl -It'
j ItAKlt lilt AM) HAIR DRESSER,
.1 No. -j-i Ckiuit Strirt.
AIT'OULl) iesHctl"iille inform all who have any use
' forthe services of a Barber, that he has at ths time
i in his employ a number ot Ihe best ami most experienced
! operator that eiei handle! a lazoror a pair of shears in
I Nashville. His shoois tilled uuneatlv. and irentlemeii mav
alw-ys coiifi.ledfli tely upon pioiiipt"at!entio"ii aud comfof
t ible shavii'g. Ho hopes to continue to receive a liberal
s'i:ire of encouragement from un intelligent public that
Knows how to discriminate b.s'iveeii "gilt and gold o'er
d isted." aiig 17
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXFA'O.XT, XKAi: iSl;v.ll SfKEEV.
THE Subscriber respectfully returns his
thanks to the public for past favors, and so-
licitsa continuance ol patronage in lue aboie
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every desci iiition of Metal; Tiiruiugs Metal
ic Packings, Balbit iletal and Castings.
Sods Founts, tiencrators, AlePumjis, and Pumps of eye.
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old coppcrand brass.
junei2-.ly . . B. COLE.
SS. WILLIAMS Agent tor John Williams, New
, Orleans, will make liberal cssh advances on Froduca
ior. 1. if
rT""iHEundersijrned having just arri red from New Y'orkand
X Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer natrons, iliat he has purchased as Iarse and fine assort
ment of Oenilemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
bas ever beeu brought laNashvilh-. Ttwvarenowvreadyfcr
....w-i;..!, i I.U ot.t ilia
- ''wOKLU'S CLOTHING EMl'OItlUJl,
jfG. nf public Square,
I hare taken particular imins to bare made an assortment
(lr fatra Gotiind flr Oeutlemeu, weighing from BuO
to S50 lbs., and who bare always been paying high, prices to
the Merchant Tailors,
' AIS 0, a splendid (
assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
rrom the age of T vears and upward.
COUNTJrY 211 IIKCII ANTS
will take particular notice that lean supply them VTith Cloth
in; mid I'lirHishinx Goods either iriioLfcSALE or retail, as
low as any one in the Cilr.
ALSO, just receired a Urge lot of tine I'luh and Cloth
it .ai-. in i.iiiuu.t ttm:. niiicii i trail mii mew true iter crm.
I lourerinau anr oinernousa in me nn.
Ouuif onr, court all, to " M. POWERS'
VioilJs Uottunx buiporium,
No. 11, Public Npuie, Nashville
! augSO 3m
Come ons Come all ! This Rock shall fly
From its firm base as soon as I ! I !
FALL AM) YVINTEK STOCK I'OJl 1853-1.
r pilE bcriber respectfully announces to the denizens of
X. Na.hville atid surroundinfr couutrv that he has now on
hand, and receiviiiff additions daily, a laice stock oi Gents
FASHIONABLE "READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall
and Winter wear.
Among which May be found: Fine Black and Bluo Cloth
Cloaks, j-panish do, Opera aud Congress Coals, Double do.
Black. Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coats, Sack. Paletots,
Box, r met and IJress Uoaw, uusiuessdo., and other styles
I and colors .too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests ol ever style and color, to suit the most
; Liken ife. a general assortment of CHILDREN'S'
I CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shiris, Drawers Suspen
I ders, Ciarats, Handkerchief, Stock?, Hals, Caps, Trunks,
1 Valises, Carpet Bags, &c., Ac.
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
anu ezamme my siock ueioie puicnas!uireiscrnere
sept IS L. POWERS,
No H, Market St, opposite Union Street.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bniation of men. h. P.
FALL AND WINTER O00DS.
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers aud vistings of the
ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis
criptiou, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New Y'otk to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
nings, all, Broadway, I am preparred to offer to my cus
tomers and the iiublic,,Clothingot a superior style audqual-
itr. i lease call ami examine tor vourseives.
1'. J. HOUGH. Agent.
T"VTU have Just received onr assortment of
V CLorHS. CASSIMEHES & VESTKIGS,
of Xew Styles mid Varieties.
Also, auassorlment of Title Kendy-iimde Clothing,
and Geutlemeu's Purnishitig Ouods.
sep20 CLIFTON A ABUOIT,
No. 1 Cedar st. j
SPLENDID ASS0RTKENT OF THE LATE3T STYLE
READV-MADE CLOTHING ! ,
H. A. JIISSKI
Arcade Clothing Store,
Ao. 29 ifitrkit ttreet, opposite the Union ILill.
THANKFUL Tor the liberal patronage bijheito bestowed
tipou him, begs leave to iuTonn too citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding ccuntrr, that he has just received one
of the largest and most complete assortmentsor titntlnntu'
Fait ami W'inUr Clothing aiul FuruM'utg OooJt ever
brought to the city, wliich will be found unsuqrased in
quality and w orkinanshiii, and at such low price as -annot
fail to please. The stock has beeu selected and made up
uuder my own inspection, tspretily suited to Ihj wants of
Also, a large assortment of
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit.
As my stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at i cry
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in showing
the Goods. H. A. JKSSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 .Market st,
oc'X 5m Opposite Union Hull.
"CLEAR THE TRACK."
rfMIK subscriber has jut opened, at his o'd stand. No 53
L Market street, next door to T. W. A W. H. Evans, the
largest and most elegant stock of READY' MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he ever had the
pleasure of exhibiting to bis frisads and customers, which
he is offering at wholesale and retail, ou such terms as w ill,
lie confidently believes, give entire satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety of style aud pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac ; Hats and Caps, a large assort
ment: Caruet Bass. Trunks. Shirts. Collars. Stocks. Cravats.
ITmlos-llns Ac: a lanre aSsortmeut of Gloves, llosierv and I
Pocket Hdkfs., Ac; all ol which are new, and purchased of I
the best bouses in the Eastern cities expressly lor tuts uiar
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he un ites 1111 examination into his present stock and
prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
M. SULZBACKER, Agi-nt,
Wpt5S .".m No. r3 Marketst.
100 Imgs Kio CoS"fe9
7.V STORE AND FOR SALE BY
. 11. ILooBiaiS;,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
otUlf Nasiivillk, Tkxn.
IOWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and bane's.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal 16 any iu the market, always on hand aud for
sale by julyis" CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
OAI'CTY FlJSE. oOO.Otlil feet genuine Safety Fuse
O bv the onsiual manulacturers, tor sale bv
CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO.
at W. II.Goitnov A Co.'s., Public Square.
GEOROE W. COOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
Waco Village, Texas.
I "i TILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi
i YV gstion and perfecting of laud titles in Texas:
I Hon. O W. O. Torrov, Hon. Natsian Green,
" R. (i. M Kixnet, " K. U UioLEr,
" R. Ii. Carctuers, ' Abe CakuthliS,
Joun U Beien, Governor Wh. B. Caui-bell.
GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT.
On CoUetje streit, one door South of the Square.
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizens and
strangers passing through Nashville, to call at their
store and examine the most elegant assortment of Finishing
and Fancy Goods, ever brought to Nashville. We have at all
times the latest styles and best quality of Goods, and invite
special attention to our Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, whic
we warrant to be well made, aud lo lit better than any other
style of Shirts. Our stock consists in part of Linen and
.Muslin Jsiuris, every size auu uiiauiy. nua, .sieriuu, uasu
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Sh rts and
Drawers, Silk Merino, Shaker, Lambs Wool, Cashmere,
Brown Coltou and Country Knit Half Hose, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets. Sscarfs, Cravats, Stocks and
Ties, Suspenders, Silk and Linen llaudkerchiefs, Robe de
Chambre, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Razor
Strops, Soaps, Cologne, Odors, Oils, Tooth Powders, Hair
Washes Tooth. Hat. Cloth. Nail, and Hair Brushes. Porte-
. .. ..t- . - 1 1:11. r l.
Monies, Pocket Books, Woik Boies, Dressing Cases, and I
many other articles too numerous to mention. '
N." B. Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton. Gum Good', Goodyear s Patent, best articles.
Remember the number fit).
MYERS A McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
CAUTION TO GIXNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton lo
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
the samples drawn from theedges of the bale n ill fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the whole bale; other
wise they will claim, from the seller or owner, as damages,
the difference between the actual wottti at the time the fact
is ascertained, and the original cost, with all expenses in
curred pvious to detection, and the cost of returning the
cotton -should it be returned. And furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case of fraud in packing cotton is
delected, cause ihe same to be published in the papers ot
this city, with the names of the seller, owner and irinncr.
The undersigned are compelled to this course by the fre
quent cases ol" fraud defected iu twrVr and .! packing
cottou i esulting frequently in heavy losses to ihe owner,
and will if continued, lower the character of Nashville Cot
ton, aud Ibeieby injure those who pack cottou honestly.
ANDREW ALLISON, Agent, "
Tenn. Manufacturing Co., Iebanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.,
Of Sycamore Mills.
JOHNSON A WEAVER.
.;.. J. A R. YEATMAN.
Alisonia Manufacturing Co.
. WM. B. ARM ISTEAD A CO.
JOHNSON A SMITH.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
J. A. McALISTER if- CO.!
Y. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
"VTOTICE. I am closing up my busiuess with a view of
l permanently withdrawing. Many persous are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, and I hope
they will call and pay up without further delay or trouble.
Ihave remoTedmy liosksand Papers to the room ad
joining Messrs. W. H. Gordon A Co.
' aug U SAM SEA Y.
TENN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
HAHNTNG'S PATENT LAOF, OR A2D0HINAL SUP
PORTER, "17011 weak and delicate per-ons, male or female, and those
.X: who are, afllicled with the following diseases,
AVeaknesis of the Breasf, Bronchitis, Shortness of llreath.
Pain fn' the Chest, -Weakness and Bleeding of thf Ltmgs,
"P.dpitutron ofliie Heart; Dyspepsia. Costireness and Piles,
Pain iiij the Hack, Spiral Curvatures, and Enlargement ol
one Hip and Shoulder, Failing of the Bowels, and a Ten
dency to Rupture, Prolapsm Ule,), ()r Bearing Down, Ir
regular, Painful of Profus Menstruation, a Tendency fo
Aborliou, and Painful Pieguar.cy, and the bad share inci
deulto Child Bearing, a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging
and Weariness, i-oiniiion to clerks, mechanics, sluJeuts,
seamstresses, aud others 11 ho keep inclined xwitions.
The subscriber has had the exclusive saUofthis eelrOral
tJ Pmce for several years, during which periisl a Urge
number have been sold to t We 11 ho have given the highest
teslimouialsof their remaikable curaliie powers. Theniot
satisfactory refeiences can begiieii to persona in the city of
Nashville and surrounding counti v; - furthermore, they aie
recommended bv some of tlie most celebrafeil and extensive
Practitioners ot Medicine in Nashville and the adjacent
country Fora!eby II G SC0VEL
Dnitgrist and Apothecarv, North side of the PiihlicSquarc,
IhieeiiiHirsWest of the Nashville Inn. angle: - If,
DR. LIUBY'S PII.E OINTMENT
IS PRKPARKD lor Uie Grareubiirg Companv by Dr.
ItkNjAUtx LiBitr.of New llainpshiie. II is a Physician
eighty-fcighryears of a,e, and has for the last sixty.tbne
years used this Ointment in his practice. A cure is war
ranted, 110 matter how e.xf reme the case.
This is sufiicit nt to induce ei try person suffering under
thisdiscjse to try it. Pi ice per Bottle fl.
The Vegetable Pills, prepared by the Grafenburg
Company, are used coustanlly by hundreds of thousandj,
who attest their value:
The Irueojieraliunuf Medicine is to give increased activity
to the means possessed by Nature for the removal of the
cau-es of disease. Forall bilLous disorders, Costiveness,
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of the Dowels, I jver
Coaiplaints. Headache. Activity of the Stomach, Ac. Price
2 " cents per Dor, with full directions. Forsale by all Drug-gi-t.
ocGJ ALEX. McKENZlE; Agent.
- PHILOTOJCEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Much of the suffering attendant upon the lives of females
at the present daymay be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during some critical period of their peculiar sea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Cou
siimption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurrv-thcni
to an early grave or i euder them invalids for life. Manv of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when tlie'bud
was jusLbursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the etfectsof obstruction, and the want ofa remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
TRY THE PH1L0T0KEN.
It is not offered as a cure cf all ills that flesh is heir to,
but asa-remeJy aud prevcntiie for a certain class of com
plaints, iu nhich it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or thai meJiciue directed with exper'enceand: skill can
perform. Sold by SCOV1L A MKAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must beaddiessed.
julyl ly dtwAw.
OR. WM. McLAXE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
I") nSPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Nashvilk
j and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resj
deuce of fourteen vears in the South, and pemianentlvla
cated himself iu South Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
iiigtonand Pearl stieels, wheie he nuyatall times be fuuui
by those who may wish to consult him.
"Ho basin his "possession many certificates from men (
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ot the following diseases, viz: Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas. Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Henioptasis of the Lungs, and
other Heinoragcs; Diarrhoja, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended fo over ten
thousand ditlerent cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of uccess that has attended
his efforts heretofoie, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick and alHicleJ.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
tPAll letters addressed.posf-paid. to South Nashville.
ERB'S PATENT STEAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT C02N CHOPPER,
THIS very important invention has been in use about
three years. The ini-entor has made improvements
which have lendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE., It has given entire .satisfaction to
every one who has used it, and is the most superior machine
in use, for the purpose for which it is designed. It is Sim
pie in all its parts, durable and easilv kept iu order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked byabov 1 years of age.
It wilt cut straw or corn in the shuck from half inch to
three inches iu length. .Many certificates might be pro
duced ftom Farmers who have used them, to prove tiieir
superiority over anv otl.er straw and corn cutter now in
1 ersons neeuuiir shcii :ui anicie 111.1v resi ussureu
that in it they will tin J a valuable acquisition to their farm
: or siauie.
I Tlie subscriber has rreatlv extended his means forman-
iifacturing these machines, and he now solicits for them
the attention of the public, aud Ihe farmer.- and planters
particularly, of the South and West, lie will hercaller be
able to till all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do Ibe work for ivhich they are designed.
Being the imeiilor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
sep7-C.il JOHN E. ERB.
DR. FBASK'S MAOIIETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the U.-&. o( three fat
tics of the Magnetic Ointment, haJ us hair entirely re
stored, aud now has us beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about SO years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, H years of age, had
been ntllicted 11 ith the Asthma fiom his cradle- He had
Ihe benefit of the best mctlical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without aiail. It was one of (
the most airgrai ated cases 1 erersaiv; he was emaciated ul- ,
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few buttles of the Oiut- 1
meul he w as tLruuqhlycureJ, and for seven months past has
enio) vd robust health. .
This was an extreme case of inflammation of thef'Jeen,
ol long standing: has a vai iciy 01 ireatmeni irom no less tnau
j tlitTereiit physicians, without reiv ing benefit was
1 cured bv the Use of only four bottles of'the Magnetic Oiut-
meut. This was four moulhs agound the lady (aMrs. Duu- ,
ham.) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual I
household duties. Ihave treated two cases of Gironic S-jre '
Eye with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
llmd, as 10 need an attendant to lead them from nlace to
place. One of them had been afllicled 13 years, tlie other ,
about 9 v ears. They hud tried the best physicians in the
Stale, without benefit: aud one of them had been under tin, 1
treatment of tbe celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen nionths,nnd had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now bv use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend lo any ordinary business. 1 have used the
Ointment iu a number of cases of Piles, and iu nt case liasit
failed of iiirimj imme.ti'ite relief and generally a jvrmanenl
care. 1 Lave alsouscd it beneticially 111 severe cases of Ery
sipelas. Aud lasl but not least, I have within the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Miignetic
Froma thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly eveiy
disease for wliich it is recommended, 1 can confidently le
commeud it to be one of the tno-t useful remedies ever of
feied to thepublic Respectfully Yours.
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dafed Jan 27, 1SH0, Amelia, Ohio.
Thecharacterof ihis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in Ibis citv. Tlo-re are quite a numberof indi
viduaUwho ascribe tfieir restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by II. G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLE.
may5 CARTWR1GHT A ARMSTRONG.,
Ill AVE Uiis day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, iu future
will be conducted in the name 01 J. i). .iiarcti (son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. ' J. D. MARCH.
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance 01 uie same is respecuuuy solicited.
ICH A SON.
I AND WARRANTS.
We ure buyiuerand uavin?
X-i the ve
erv hiL'he-st prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons ?t a distance Having warrants 10 sell uy sending to us
by niailorothenvise may depend on getting the higliest
prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashville and
Ihe cash remitted or paid to order.
julySl DYER PEARL A CO.
170R SALE OU REXT. A new Frame Hou-e juit
. coinnleteil with seven rooms, well plastered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, iu liines'iJ additional
Nashville. The said house) is about four hundred yards
from the Female Academy, aud will be sold on reasonable
For further particulars enquire of R. U Crenshaw, er
nuglS W. D. ROBERTSON. M'la-more st.
DR. T.L. UK YAX respecUully otters bis service, to
thecitizeat of Nashville in the practice of Medicine,
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Ot
tieu on the corner of Union and Summer streets.
jn9l7,lS53. , ., ,.
a . -C-j!-. .."tTi'-v."4-
n iiiiiiiiar..i;- nan. , urmnn ,-nr r -r,-Tmiiu.lmr- -iiTirin itayjtoiiiiMto
ESTABLISHED I'OIl TEN YEAK3.
OUR Goods areseifcK! and purchdhy oufelves,
with great care in the best miikets. which e.isblf us
to sell low lor CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any hou'e iu tho coun
try. Toys, Ptickct Cut'ery, l'istols, Rrvolvers and S;elf
cocking; Sptmish . igurs, Ate, Ae. jidv 2h - tf.
J. II. Kurroxv'fc Patent Plunlallon
TIII8 MlUdiaen from all others In the coast rue tloo of
the npper or Running Stone, which Is composed 01
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a can Iron fuse, wlileb
forms the back and hoop of the Sioue with a t'st Iron Eye. or
Rush, than is of greater external ditinrter at the bottom that
at the top, which Is secured to the timk by four Imlu.so that
every block It In the form of a dove tall, which ?ives greater
strength to aStonethananyothcr method nhica It required
In small mills, where tho tlone It ran with steal perd, and
becomesdaneront If not strongly made. It also give any
weight to astnae ofsmall diameter that Is required without
having Itthlclc or high, that makes it top betvy.
Tills mill Is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, In
the form of a buslc,irlth Undje-tree, Pplndlc Balance, Ring
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and prindt m-oa the same
principle as a larLd mill, differing only In the Runner Stone;
this being of great weight enables It to grind nearer the ceu
teragreaterquantlty ofgrsin with le-sjmwer than anyother
mill now in use. This mill Importable, and may be attached
to steam, water, liorso or hutd iower.
ALSO, all sizes ofRrench Burr .Mill Stones, manufactured
on the time principle.
Joseph II. Harrows, of Cincinnati, Is the inventor, for
which, he obtained Letters Patent tn ISJJ. For alilnfriuire
ments the purchaser will be held responsible forthe right
These Mills donot requlro aMillrlgbtto sftthamnp; and
all that is necessary to put them In operation, le to attach a
hand to the pulley on the spindlo, wIUi a drum rufllctently j
larira to ruu a twenty-four inch Mill 840 revolutions ir
mlaiite, attached to (tin, Stoatn.orWater Power. By tbe
steady application of tyro hurse power the Mill will grind six
(o 8 bushels per hour or (rood rneau and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The tlilrty inch mill. If put to Its fullest
speed, wll grind Trom ten to urteeu bushel; per hoar.
These mill are warranted to be In every re-pect as recom
mended. Dixtrrioss ran Usixu. PUceyonrmlllaboutSOfeetfrom
the Driving Hulloy in a level jKisition; make the belt of
l -ather six or eight Inrhes wilt. Give the Stones lu revolu
tious a minute with the son. Keep the neck and step of
the spindle writ oiled, llsce the star ou the back of (he
Running Stone, In the same way as the Cross 011 the Driver,
that is, the way they are trimmed to ruu.
Refer toThos. Pattersou, l.q.,of Highland county. Ohio,
Je.-se Real, Esq., of Clinton county. Ohm; I' K. Bradbury,
Esq .of Cincinnati, and a number of othnrs.
All ordersdlrertedto JOHN E. BOUMAN,
St. Si Broadway, Na&hill!o, Agent for MidJlesnd Kast
Tennessee, or J. II- BtlliltOWS,
Jan 20 A. tr-w. & w. ly. West Front st. Cin.O,
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET .EfCULAPIUS
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
rpHE Fortieth Edition, with Due
JL Hundred Engraiiiigs showing
Diseases and 3Ialfonnatinis of the
Hum-ail S) stun iu every h:neanJ.
fonn. To which is added a Treatise
on the Diseases of Females, being of
the highest iuqiortaiice to married
people, or those contemplating mar
riage. By WILLIAM YOUNli.M.D.
Let 110 father be ashamed to pre
sent a copy of the .ESCUIVPIUS
to his chilil. It may save him from
an early grave. It no young uem
or woman enter into the seciet obli
gations of marriage life without reading the POCKET
.EJsCULAPHJsi. Let 110 one suffering liom a hacknied
Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings
and the ii hole train ol" Deqiectic sensations, and giien up
by their physician, he another moment without consulting
tlie -ESCULAPl US. Dave the married, or those about to
be married, any iuiediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been the meaus of saving thousand of unfortunate
creatures from the very jaw s of "death.
IS?" Any .erson sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed ina letter, will teceive one copy of this work by mail,
or five copies will be sent for One Dollar.
Address, (post-paid,.) DR WM. YOUNG,
niarcblG ly A'o. 132 Spruce St. J'tiliiJrlpbii.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
rvslIE great Remedy for Rheum.ittsin,Goiit, puin in IheSi J
X Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all ti ted
pains whatever. Wliere this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of being put up in
aii-tight boxes ; hence they retaiu their full virtues iu all cli
mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physicians and the people in general, both in tins
country anil Europe, that it is almost needless to iy any
liuug aooui iu 1 ei mere may oe some, w no sumu 111 neeu
of its healing powers who have not jet tried it. For their
sakes we will simply state wliat it has done in thousand of
cases, and what it will do for them when 'ried.
! A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following testimony from a Physician.
1 Gent lex en. Your Hebrew Plasterbos cured me of jyiins
I of which I have suffered for twelve years iiast Dunne thw
period I labored under ail allliclii.u of my loins and skie, and
tried many I emedus that my uwn medical eiperieuce sug-
nent pains in the side or back.
The people off Jeorgia have but lo become acquainted with
ts virtues when they will resoitto its u.-e.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, 11, D.,
Forsylhe, Monroe county, Ga.
To Messrs.Scovil A Mead, New' Orleans, la.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PIASTER IN NORTH
Messrs. Scovil A Meao: -I have been troubled with the
chronic rheumatism for the last tn elve ye-irs. On the 1st ol
ruly lSl'.t, I was so bad that 1 could not turn myself In Led,
and the tiaiuso seiere that 1 had i.ot sleptawiuk lorsixdavs.
At this tune my attending Physician prescribed the "Ilebtew ;
Piaster," and it acted lite a charm; Ihe pain left mo and I ,
alept uiore than half of thenight, and iu three dalu I was j
able lo ride out. 1 consider the "Hebrew Plaster" the best
remedy for all sorts of pains now in ue .
G. W. McMINN.
llendersonville, N. C, Aug. lit, 13j0. .
-.57- r 7W W W VW VS"
Beware of counterfeits and base imitafiocs! !
JsyThe genuine will in future have the signature E. I
Ta lor on Uie steel plate engraved label on the top of each
box. , 1
Purchasers are advised that a mean couutetfeit of Ihis ar- ,
icles is in exisleuce. i
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agentsappointeJ i
hruughout tlie South and 110 pedlar is allowed to stll it. j
Dealers and purchasers irenerally are cautioued against huy-
. e t... .... 1 -.1. .1. .. :n 1... :
ingoi uuiourreguiarageni.s.oiiierivi.se iue niiiucimjnm
ed upon with a worthless article. I
rorsaieuy ni.uiiii jilhu,
111 Chartre. street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for Ihe Southern States, to w bom
all orders mast be addressed.
EW1N, IIROMTN A Co., Nashville, Tenn.
W. W. A J. . BERRY, do;
J. M. Z1MERMAN A Cie, do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do;
H. G. SCOVEL. do.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of
PERMANENT ANDTRANSIENT BOARDERS. JtlM
Th's long established and well-known House has under- I
c-one a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
few and fashionehle FURNITURE.
The TABLE ivid always be supplied with the BEST the j
market afford; and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic ,
course, both with servants and the regulations of the housi
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to j
those, that may favor him wilb their patronage. 1
0m2H lytrw JNO. W. SIERAS !
ONE HUNDRED JJITLES FOR SALE A I
GREAT BARGAIN W1LLDE GIVEN. Ihave one
huudred .iULlS lor sale, 17 of ihfeiu well broke and very
Stiituble! for hard woik upon Railroads. I liave several
.n,.i 1IIT1MI VM Itlll.l sl (..r -..I.. 0.1ml to auv 111 the
world MARK It. COCK'lULt
Ali0, FOR SALE -The Urgest two Year Old J-JV'Km
M. It 0.
m.- .....iu;..m.i .jfers for sale his residence
n Spring or Church Street, wiiu iuk iuiii i.m...
Terms made kuoivu on uppo-""""
C. FOSTER, Bd.
Or in my absence to
one 17 tf, -
treated, but iiillioutobtaming reliel. At lenjftli I used your )raiiiooini""'-'- .. , . . .
v.. . ' ..1 1 1 ,.r.. .'.1.. V M.-iitallv.thi-fearfnl -'ifecls on the mind are much to be
,-iasier, ai.u au . y uy W e.. .a ,in. . cure. - - - Mel.,rT,eollfustoI, of idras.dcpre.,,. of
will lecommeud the Jew David or Hebrew I l.tster to nil , ft(.b.j1K,,-;T,r,i0,1 , .a,, Jif d.st.n.t,
who are suft.ring from contraction of the iniisc'e. orpeima- . ,.' ..f...ii...i-i.i..,.iduv. Ae .ar...onril.-ivit ..,o.ium.i
I DR. MORSE'S
' 1 NVIOOKVmri CiiKDial, r-henotoenoa In iledlelce.
; I Healtrj Kextortnl an I Uie Len;Uieiii,by
I D. MOIMh'a INVIbOKATING ELIXIK 01' CuRUIAL. !
For centuries, At J J leal science bu beeu rin-ieslnr tiM
TeeUtld -iJ mineral LUigtems,luaarch of souieth'iietlial.
sUiuld n'Moro the lost or decay nj tixrgiot the uervoui f
unu uin.ruiar sjaiemsi, niiooiiiiaeuniibaeE or subsequent
I ptosirattou, tallica ail Uiaalabt. Wales, au J narclir9 had
I heretofore eutailml. That aoiueibiiig ha? ba found. Ills '
..til.l . 11 . tun iiiiuiiv oueu ii.ceivea 1
i b. ihJd iLVJi" v,"1:1a,"nl'1"'ls'tl'Molrut3a announced
wiln!w. altered by I
1"1"fw"1 tte Iiishet ck i,d charatWr. are now n-
' Ti'i'Am?,0,' ""i"1-, '- '!Kut"urv!'lsUov:!t-
iUWe! ' yS ma,'uf t0'l,"""y "l"'" H porfectty tVre
! Zi?rl';": ")n,s,,1'e ' all cases, ibe deptorable orlt- i
re o4iii,i f..nt..... .4.. l.. .. . . .
7, ,-"" ""'"""eBioo railed iud. H ritoreslo
full vlIur etery deliealo luiictkm eeunrtted IU Ibkl on-.
terioiuroiutoungmcyorm.ueraiij mlud. i.eccasar. 1.,
mere projmiouoiriainaiillie. "to p.rsous of feeble uiu I
f lt!lo."nl; ""niounleatlngtUi ruero mcU u
t IT''!?' fI"Tt' "'l?-'."."'"1 "r " ."' ' -t-p. -
VI ' "'""""""'U powt r, itli recaniraiidrd
lit-is.as well a. the lusher tuental atiribules. lis bBbiriul
ro uoiconiini-u loeuarr-eiur to ny tfe. Thefee.
bir t;iil,the aiilnir wife, the luileas, erueralea louih.tlieovrr
Horn man vi'li'isinrss, Ihevitlimofuerroos Je;reiOD,'t!if
Individual suffering from general debtliiy. .r from the
Kc&tuini oiasiagle organ, ill all find immediate and per
manent r.'liefrroui the use of IliUiueontpatable reuuvabir.
To those wbohavea preds:osUIouto varalts it will pre
acjinplete and uid'ai!ln safeguard waiutttsaUerrlMaual
aly. 1 hrre are many, perhaps, wiwhaio so Mined with
tiieirconstirutl ma, that tbev think tneuisetves beyoudthe
reeih of medicine, llnot vcn Ihai de.palr. 'Die hllxlr
deals wtlU disease as l.eiistt, nithoulrefereure to causes,
knd w ill not utily remove the disorder itself, but
Rebuild the Eroketi Coustitiition.
The dranmcDts ol the systrm, leading to nervous dis
eases, and tbe forms of nervous disease llsrlf.are so numer
ous thtl it woaldreuuire a column to enumerate the mala-
f dlrs for hieh tqi- preLaratiou Is a sfriilc. A few.how-
, ever, luuy Ire enumerated, vix: neuralgia, tic dolareauv,
I hisadache, lneiple..t paralysis, hysteria, palplt ition or the
f haurt, splual atftlou., luasoulhr debility, tremors, flatu-
Irn.ee, a priekinx sensation It the Sesh, nuinDne.-s, torpidttr
I of the liver, menu! depress.ou, w-aknessofthe will,tndls-
I position to move, falntuest afiereiercLse, broken steeiand.
' terrifuiff dreaiiis,.iitt.biUty to reiuain lu one place or posi-
! tlou. wfatto.s of tha prorrrstive orpins, exal lncompe-
I ieiiey,meuocBo:y, iu..uoinunla, uuur albas, sinElugat the
1 tiuaeh,fd.i.ala iir.-guUrriies, a cliroulc teadeucy to mis
1 carriage, emaciation, and alt complaints growing ont of a
free Indulgence or Uie paIons, and all barrenness that
I does not proceed fioi organic causes tetond the reach of
I Whem-rcr the urfihi to be actd Upon are free from mal
foriualiuu or striclural diseases it Is averred that
lorse's Ii:visor!iting Klixir.
will ref4ae. weiitite-a with strength, iuraparttv wlti efSclea
cy, Irrecalir'ty with UB'fona and natural aelilltytand this
not only u iUiiiu; hazard of reaedou, but wjth a happy effect
on the general organization. II y Itsar In miml that all
malaairs, wheri-ver they liegbi, fiulh with tho nervous sy-t.-ji,
mul tbatthe ,jr,iu.ll..i ..1' t'ie 11 tries ol motionaud
sensation Is pnysieal deth. Bear In tulud alsu.that for eve
ry kind of cumins disease the Kllstr Cordial Is the only te
llable preparation known.
Cure ofXervous Diseases.
No lanirune can convey an salequala Idea of the liuruedl.
ateaiidalmostiuirarutuus chunjee which il occosIoimIu Hi
diseased, ddbilltaieil and hatterel nervous system, whether
brokendown t y eveeos.weal: by uatare, or tiiipaireJ by sick
lies', Uie ur.slrun);aad relasedorgau.zatiuulsatonee braced
re-vlilSel and built up. Trie mental ud physical syiatoois
of nervous disease vaulsh together under Its Influeni-e. Nor
Isthe rsejt temporary: ou the contrary, the rcliel Is petini.
neat, for the eordial proper Jes of the medicine reach the
corutKiillnn Itself, and restore it to II? norma' i-unditiou.
well may las preparation be calledtlie
of the ulceteenth century. Ills, a. the flrteclentlnr mania
the vrnrld would hate admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed to have no existence.
A Stimulant that Entails No Re-Action.
ltsfo:eis nevirexpsnded, as Is thecascwith opium, nlco
lio'ic preparations, and all oUier exeiLuits. Tbe effect of
these Is lrief. and it may well besald of him who takestbem,
" llie last rtate of that man It norse than the first ' But the I
hlixlr is au exhllerant wllliout alii;ledrabck sare In lis
operation, prpetuatla Its happy lufiuenee u;ou the neives,
ttiemiiid,aud tlie emircor;ran!.atloii;it wlltalsoreiuoirede
presslons, evrUeiiimil, a lend e key to blii'h, sleeplessiie?s,
dislike of society, incapacity tor study or business
Los, of jletuory,
Confusion, clJdiness,rush of blood to thehead, melancholy,
meuLsl debility, livsleria, wretchedne-s, thoughtaof self de
struction, fear of iiisauity, hvpochondrlasls,dyspepila geoe
ral pro-trallou. Irritability, nervousness, iusbilliy to steep,
diseases incident to females, decay of Ihe proHgatiiig func
tions, hysteria, monomania, vaue terrors, palpitation of the
J heart, nuoiiii-y, constipation, eic, etc , Irom wnalever
. cause arising it is, if there isauy reliance to be placssdouhu-
mau tesliinony, absolutely infallible.
A Great Jlcdiciue for Females,
Tlie unparalleled eltects of this jcreat restorallre, in all
coiiiplalitis Incident to females, mait a new era iu the an
nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulants hate beeu In
vented ts.oiisan.ls of invigoranlacourocled all purporting
tJ be tpecirle 1 in the vaiious diseases aud deransrerueuts to
which the delicate formation of woman render her liable
The resnlt has herelo:om been uniform. These nostrums
have Indeed Imparted a mouieiitary vivacity to the nervous
system, a transirut and delut.ve vigor to lh muscles; but
Ihis nish of relief has been succerdo I by a depression snd
prostration greater than before, aod the end has too otten
been utter y toparalietherecuperatlTejiowerofthenerves
and the vital organization, and Ilnally lo ueslruy the'uuasppy
is presented as a phenomena in the materia medlca hitherto
uubrarl 01 a -liniiilant without a reaetloc.
Ibe herb which furtus its main lut;redieiit, bas been ad
mitted by all thereat iiiedkal and pharuihevutieat tns-ltu-liousof
huro;ie to belli this respsct sui generis Dr. Morse,
whoseuaiue is au undisputed authority in sciences, discov
ered the production In A rabis, vv here his altuiitlon as exrt
trdbytbe wobderfally invloratirgefle.-ts It prduceduxin
the ualites. In fart Ihe wndeiful owerol endurauee, the
exhaustless vigor exhttntetl by the Arab, of both sexes, In
their de.eit pilgrimages, is attributable to the nse of tMsvl-
I taluini; herl.
Au appeal is made to
j Every Woman of Sense,
1 who sutlers frou weakness, Jdrangemeut, nervousness, tre-
i mors, pains In tbo bacc,oranv olberdiMrder,viiheiher;iecu-
i liar lober sex, ureiiimnoiiln boihsexes toglvethe lovlgo-
j Married Persons,
' orcthers,wlH and this Cordial aflerthey have used abottle
I or two, a thorough regenerator of the system, lu all direc
Uoi s aietobe louii'l the happy parents of healthy ottsprtttg,
I whowoulduethave been so.bullorlbis extraordinary prep.
aration. Aud It Isequally poient for the many diseases for
which it is recommended. Thousands of vuuns; men hate
heu restored by ustag it, and notin a slugld Iiislamre has It
failed tiibeuefii them.
l'ersoiisof I'ale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored by theuseof ahotlleor
two to blnoni aikl vigor chanfclnjc Ihe stln from a pale,yel
low, sickly color, to a bejutifal florid eoniplelou.
To the Jlisgmileil,
'I hese are?orneof the sad and melancholy effec's produced
bv earl) hsbltt of youth, vl. weal. nrss of the back and
limb-, pains m the bead, dimness of eight, loss of muscular
pnuer, palpitation of the be.rt, dvspe sis, m
' uv.derangeuient of the dhjesiire lunclkius.s
All thus hiHU-ted
Refine Contemplating Jiarringe.
should rrtterllbkt a sound mind and bwdy are the mostr.ee
i.-ssiy reqHisiies to proieole ronntititsl hsppiiirss; liidicl,
without those, the Jou ruey through life becomes a weary pd-.
priiusire. tbeprospei t hoariydarkeHs the view; the imuJ be
romes shadow ed willide-p3ir,aiidfl11cdwilli theioetsHhy
reflect. onthat the. bajipiio-ss id another becomes blisrtrted
Parents, ami Guardians.
Are often misled wl:h respect lo the causes and sources oj
dis.-s-o.sin their oiiin.l wards. How nfien d. liey ascribe
tu other causes of waetihsrof the frame, hlloey, madness, l
p tationof tbe heart, lndigesilioH, deraiigc-nient of tke nr
voiissvseiu,tsuitch anil s,mv.Iotiis IndirttiHy; ismsmnplion,
whenthetriilhls, thauley tnve been iiduiirlnsr In a periti
c'ous tbowtrtt aHtiiln; pi.sclue, destriirtlve both to mind
D. Morse, tsvioomiiso CnenisE hat been connter-felti-d
ti s,ih Hhstonelpleil per. n.
In future all iheirenuiue ('onltil will havelhe proprietors
fve-slmile pasted over Ibemrkof each 1,itt, and the fol
liiwtmc wordsblowniu Irmelas.
"UK. AIUKMR'S lNVHHlK.VH.vn COKDIAI- ,
C. II. RIS'C. PIlol'KlKTOK, N.V."
frT" The Cordial is pat up highly concentrated. In pint
I'kice 3 tSUimrtotll:two Tor Si ttEsIx for$12 00.
V.. II. ttlX't, PKOPIMKroK.
19" Broad way. New Yort.
Sold by Druggist, thronghoul the Unllsd Slates, Uauada
and West ladies, and also by W. F. ORAV. snreessor to
I'artwrishut Arms'rong.coruerof.Marketanil lirnad streets, j
,12'UI 11 ir. ril.r -n. UClJ U W iVIOlll
"llLVl-l-lXl.UMiil.Si bundles hiTst"Ten
nessee ineilinra Wrapping Paper. Received per
Railroad this dav, and for sale bv
sng27 ' 'W.1I. GORDON A CO.
1 j KHl bbls
I ml bbN Star Wbiskv:
1(hi bbls Old Bourbon, Moiiongahela, and oh! Rye do;
lOOeighth pipes Oianipaigre Brandy, sup. article;
W coses .Malaga y .ne. fur sale or
jejiU (ilMS - ?-
A3IERICAX SOAP. 1 00 boxes American Cream
Soap, in bars; 10e bbls American laundry Soup, in
mass. Wananted to do the work of the lauudry, m cold
watpr. either sofl. luird. or salt, rorsoic uv
W. H. GORDON A CO.
u.iuaiu.u, - -,,.1 , -
r 1 t-p ,- !.,n.. a larpe stock of nuvply sun.
XXcrain and Wool tigunsi Canietings, Cotton Dniggctle
AdelaJe Mats, Tuftie Rugs, fancy and white elicited Mat
tine of all kinds, and will be receiving regularly Irom-tbe
manufactures all new styles which Ihey will sell by the
niece only at very low prices.
piece on y . DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO,
aug30 bo Nos.7tiaiid71.PublicSquare.
TYO YS C LOTH IXirb KPT)'F! lbesubscriber
"S have the nuist extensive ami varied assortment ol
Clothiugfor ISoys from -t tol5 ever offered for salejn the
Union. OrdersforGentleinen'sClothingUlledatlbe Short
Persons purcliasui? Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they donot suit
P. A. HOYT A BRO.
S. W. comer of Chestnut and lost, Philadelphia.
April !. liCivdV It -
rpO COUNTRY 3IERCHANTS.-I would wll
1 the attention of dealers to ihe heavy Stock of all-.
Ptipers, I am now receiyln? and prepared tooffer onj Ibe-raost-
faTorable teiraj. septlS "W. W. FINN.
BirKousm prrxiac Ion, broufkt Iroin uia sterile ilfsvirti r J ' 1 U I llU PlfBLltV- K VUYV W At CO. Till."
Arab laoKbiiiy.br iheceLbruied f rore3sorV.ilore,well ' - J Inveutafs.-.Mabufei.HirCTsrad ProndetBrs oi iue iustl
luj du,l,.gUt,he-I member of Uie N.dunr cieattlle , Celebrated IL R lt.n Jf JTZ? VI ?. Z
wcue, of Ike Old V.,rM, and o.piillj Jlst.uuisUed m a Remedv iiniseiiwtliI.-.r. iu- 1
I-liJle,D,hembt,a.,datraler TueJ.iieMof llilsbe.b. ' 'LXSLu and MinWos pjwef
cl.,.ulri!taIU!jtnibluoJwllJ (1Jlrl.,J1eUUar)leJli.lb , ?r,W",M',f l"lBt!l'aMmao instant, al-
e'raH.arei.owpr.Uucuig reiulu bdrettforo unUeard of. '3yinR !'' wV's ramps and Spasins. eilher internal or ex
! !"!! tV n,,ro'hercnuirj. Ai Uft tbe 1 ronerfe attrlbu- tenial, m a few miontt, and sioihing the most severe
lr,'r-iI.0Ksli,8'Jvl0oitArt.NUBLIXtlCOI i:oit- . Paruxvsius ot R!fumatisni, Neuraleia, and Tic DoJoreux
1 ' .: .... r
asso.ni as applied. The JC K R. Kcoaedies consist ot
three IEeuiedies.eUi sis.-esiug quick aud wonderful pow
ers over certain complaints and diseases and will instaatiy
RKLIKVK Ihe Hntnan SstVm tnen pam.
REGULATE each OrjrHii'to Healihv Aeisos.
ItbSOLVE aivay all bewsed Deputies.
RhNOVATEthe llv I rem all Corrupt Humors.
RHIUiII.1) ilw Wrakassl Broka DowuCenattiutioo.
RHSTORKJis ileabh, Strenglfa uad Vigor all uosouul
and worn ont paiU.
R. U. It. NO. I.Rad war's ResaV Relief, for aH Acuta
Complaints. Internal or Kxtentsl. Th miBt it .7
, plied extenisKy. or taksai i4w Wie sleoi, it will step tb
' mmt KT.niM .i.....:. ...I .LI .
i 1 1 Li' ti tti T"" rtttt iu cause.
llIIbL.MAT.L Mr. Granger, a masoii well known in
Brooklyn, was a cripjrfe tor nine rear. Kadway'a Keadr
lrfhef relieved him trwn wish m tjfWn minutes, enabled
lum to walk tw. milos wiibout tne aid of stick or crutch! n
three days, and cured htm enuielv in one week.
riMsivindo of osher C4es wtuilr as wuadwfnl as the
above, hate bum cuid by K. R. Riliei.
Cll0LRi:AM0RBt)5.-dwav-s Kearly ReBef wfll rs
lieve the sufferer Trttm aH fm in ntVen iweotT minutes,
It will cure tbe usw depurate cw in af-w hours.
NEURALGIA. Tlw Mgttxui R. K. Kelvrf i applied u
allavs the most puiafnl paroiTtus. it will always eure.
" SlCK HrUDACHK-lrwilJrefietethernostdisUe-si
paius infifleeu ciibHte. It will likewise preient reoawea.
AGUE. In ten minutes a ted spoonful ot'K. R. Kstis
will slop the Chills And break the Fever.
Aches of alt kinds. lass of alt kinds, BrHises, Burns,
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, StWJontrs, Imewcfti. One ap
plication of Itajway'.- Ready KvSef will, m a few momenta,
entirely, slop the pain.
It reduces sneihiis, he-ajs fore, cuts and wounds, re
.moves bruises, alkvs the rtot vioteot inritattOAS. ForaL
pains ae R. R. RettVf. hook. Sir tb signalre of Rad Way
Co. on eaeli botrle.
P- It- Rv NO. i-Radiray- lUonliw
iiesoires, i.euHTatcs, nbUHUs. Il 1
Bsssnlint: ot the Lumrj .
Tlie above ebrhteea coniotunts R. IL Kesolrart will nos.
It renevates tlie svstetu tmiplctislr. Kasoiviatg away from
the Sdul.s all impute Potsuuu. at.d D jease-i Deposita, fre
ing the HUstd and Plaid ot' Itc liuut all eorrrat Itumon,
lestoriog Khefgy and Vigor, Health aad msgti to arete
Orypm ami Mesiiberof thk body.
LETTERS PROM HIUH ACTHOBITY.
Hen. J. J. MhMMou. of Waccamae-, S. C writesi ns
under ilate id May. d, PSrSlvtbirt Kadw.y'si rUswarloz FU
sokfBt cured one of his iifjmsss. o bis pauMuUuB'at Dra
tivrtrof a SrHtVihiu s uaplii itst, tsf uway ytnnt' stand, ng.
The poor fellow wh a disrtlriiug object of pttv ; ha was -!iiVtuMSr.rins.
The otter ne-r."t could not remaia
111 the s one pl.K-e with bn.i. He was entirely cured by
Jladway'sKeBovuHHsr Kt.o4tt. ansj iitmxr at work upon
the plxuiatim. To HVs spie .4 . C. Mr. MaUdlefoa . t
well known, and to tbe political oi U Mr MkidMon is uo
SCROFUia. -When the patient has been aflBcted for
fire vears, or HtHtVr, favsvfssWr ,rrinLituH wiH appear 00 tha
1 1111.1 1 1.1 1 uiieriMHtr H. K. Meaotvearf:
Ten yau 01 tit
Tivetrty ye-tfs "
Thirty yearsi '
Fitly yar "
Weliave liad cusrs wheretrM
(S'sttly years, whj
have beeu acrufultMtaaH Uwir hies, eutirelv cured by Rail
Way a Ileuorutinfj- KeMrMt. K. K. Keweibes exhibit tlx ,r
efficacy imuiediaiely. They h uot keep I lie airbctcsl pai..
stricken sutlerer littgeriug m-wtlt!. hoi remlilv exhibk lbi"
ellicacy; iiistunty relieving ptuu, reaovaaug. leistering, i
hieldiug, aud let-ulattng Ihe dise-wd bed, to health and
Mr. W. B. Oliver, ot Dayton. Duujy Co., lia , ttader da:
of May oO, lr):l, ivrittts '-tht a srt-vautgitl who was sv rf
duces that no one would glVe a Ibrip Ibrbcr life," She w -j
so covered with sores that Ihtiit was) not a spe4 of pure Cos)
uf the size of u. silver rlstllarra bwr wbofc body, wtfca entir-.-ly
cured by Radway's KiriMivattM Reatshreuk,
NINETEEN 1 EARS.-Mr. HeudersoB. of Westibr!.
Mass , ties Ix-eu covered with sores tor niueteca yean, tLi
oureil by I!. U. HesohewL
SALT RHEUM. Toe most (djstiwate eae:i of Ssvh Hbeii-a
will quickly yield to the HiLNOVAriNG KGSOLVLN .
One genilsnmiii ivIk. aoppocwd liutt tlus caJStipluHit Wa3 i.r
reditury 111 his fkmili, and had hmt af&yteti with . a!'
Rheum since his btttn, wa.t eored by the aseof a few hot
ifllie reuorktwg llerolreot, arwt the aiirftoe HtsetjtH
tirclr eradicatest frwu bu sy stesii.
IT RKiiENKKATt'.S every is-gaii and nMmlMr nf -body;
it nukes sound, lwsUlhy aiHt atoLvg all weavk, dt&e.i t
WEAKNESf jo Mate or Proude, n qaieklr cured, a- I
the debilitated ami emaeiaVd mitde strotv-r, visjorow.
healihv. lmootetsesr and Noctuisssi LioifO its ia Bee,
I diseases of either otw or msxe ot ihe giLerttitte tirsjnri-. ,Tv
quietly removes', aKl lao isKly re-totd to a beallhy a r
3 mod cstndlttocj.
LOW SPIRITS-NERVOUSNESS Inwcmti, thin-.
me rous compkurtsi aBttjiltnutilsi which taustanc fifs .1
over tl.eir s pinks, a fw dusui f the KetwyaHrttr Iteaol 1
wilt quickly reioove, aust ibe mo.st narvous, Olwaiy and ,
depressed," fel hsstltliy, strour aixt happy
1'ersofls WMliitvgtlsw remedy wiH uleAvse ask for Radw s
Renuvating ltts3teHt. Irs prios is our tlolttM- mc b-
No small bottles, nor ie Use gimiiuie ever suki Iw jstv I . j
bottle bears the ta si wale atamaWe ut
RADWAY A CO Ui Kvtltoa st N. 1
R. R, It, for sale by Drusnpats ssmerajlv.
J. M. AlMMEKMAN,
AYholeo-dtr AcctU for Tetroaestiee
MAN 1IH rU.IkS CO, Meii,s.
" HUDG1N, WELLS A JOHSaON,
nevl 4m Cbatianuoge.
Aud Druggist and 4ereiwnts etei TSeie.
VALUABLE ISONPSOPEaXt AND FABMP0R3ALS ,
j rpHE subscriber woahl call ti-s uileution of tlne w
i 1 wisti ts embark iu tle Irou W'nifss, also lhos w .
wisli to own a handsome and fertile larui. r., the follow
propertr which he orlirrs for -r
1st. Jacksi.i Kurtiaoeao.1 lauds, -sr abort 8."0 acrea.
Tbisfumace r on lteaver iMui t'ressk, Dsckaon eoun.T.
Temiissssv. and the stuck in Ihe largest in the Stale, ben,
47 feet high. The furnace, except lite stack, is now bee s
rebuilt, and wilt be reativ to ptn'in hlant by the 1st of
veinber. Tlie rousVef the North Western Railroad, as st
vrved, poses itttttieduMy by the Kunce. Tbe ore is t. ,
suqvs.sed, and tite timber awl grounu admirably adapt '
AUs, I"Wieview FisrHac. Mtd aboit acres of IsnJ
including the Diekstm ore Wk. TbwFinwveeia en Joi..
Creek, about threu wlesi Ssssth l Charlotte. There 1 .
gvmd water power, aud atssjgood tarHiusg Isusds attache 1 v
this proiierty. ...
Aho, I lie Valley I', rgeoa Jones- Creek, aud about
00 acre orhwd. " Tbe tall is H fret, ami the head f w
immense. There are some very tine fuming Uenda in .
tract, and it is altogether a Bfcsst demrW- b-ctetioa.
Ah, the Mill Crtwfc pruperty aud Dtrck River ore ba-U
in nirn Hitv, Teiinessee. The Mill I reek Mies,
whieli there are five or six. prrserii the beitt water pt-we's!
for the sneof the stream tht-t rati iie found in any coun j
llie Duek River ore hawk i tlie rteavMnst deposits' ti ore
the State, and the oreeuu be procured with htm lftlor l
atanrlstnk in the e4ry. It wtthirt half a no
Duck River, and the Lutd aruwid are covered nub U
best coaling timker.
Also, the Iiwer Tunnel, at the Narrows of Harpeui,
Davidson countf, Tentee, with mi acres of fond 1
buil Jiugs and m'achtisery. It is uaueeesi ary to peai of u -water
power at the Narrows ot' Hisrpeifl. It is know a
every one, aud twnty-hy years of exiierieiice enablesi '
subscriber tospewk with cerumty of us great bentetsr .
usefulness. Il hi. mJeed, nolv tsvbe seen to be apprecat
I-astlv, my WilHttmMin Farm, n wine t doit rrs--.
I.i.1. wli.!ramlllMsitVEsrtdt.rOfi Tlte b '
...1.-...I. ". - ! . . r .nil fltt-tthtr 1. ssfrtltMl I
ii larxe and airv. ami the wtVMtiM "r " "7" '
tion. Il ls interested bv tlve .olK-ru lsU.Irtxul and a
bv the Vvshville and Prawibn Turnpike. It ull - j
r. Nrille and 7 frewv Franklin. It ii a"mea. ,
arm. w wedueed 011 it this year, which a
:,L?,oq,h e't pt " v",r
IVsJtorooe dthe mssst desirable lanos for bei- T
andprotlatbintlwth-wtvst It contaiat about
The above property is tiered for sale, not for the purpc
ofprobt or specwiattou, but sunply from Ihe fact that 1
subscriber's heollh, loskes it necessary to rehevs bimseu
the care, necessarily incident to so much real proper'. I
cated at different potute, and renders lum unable to gi e
that persoiwl gtHenrtsn whieh it resu:res.
Any oue wvshiitg to pwern! any of the above proper"
will please call 011 tlie sstb-erler ut ttU residence,, i a
drerwhiuiatGi4Sirirt(r P. O., Williaineoa count v T
neesec. ai":l "
Cincinnati Euquirer will pttWish the above until the st
of January, ISsM. and send hill to tins othce.
TvTEGROESFOR SALE. The attbscriber baa
1 era! families' of- Negroe tlwi he will sell at prv. -sale
to persons resideviwt iu th.s Stale, and who iniou j
keen them thereiH. Kestdeuw t tbe Nastwlle and 1 ra .s
nilll HH lAmui.. ...u ... "-. - - - - . ,
lin Turnpike. 11 miles front Nashville,
17-STR,YY-DICIvSON COUNTi .-T.VJt V
Jil upbrl). C. Weakley. living in DiclmCountv .
iuW, and DWriet No. 7ou Hiirpetb Rivt ,
row'c.lored MARK, about 11 immJsh.gh shodall r,...-.
lett Tore ft ! heen trt, hits a (strop 0.1 her Wl h.n r
about the knee. She i- hadly crest fallen. Said Ma
at sixleeriy-arr, old. Ajtted Wu to. ; - i
S.-iteoiU-T. Is JAMES McNhllAY, Banre
Mrt-Vsvr of Dickson County. 'W
KXl'KA FAMILY FLOUR.
rtEiO BBlS. Extra Family Flour in store and fif
22oby fot.-H.l DAVIS A3WaS
f ANGHORN & ARJllSTE.VD.-lOO 1-A K-
L, ages of Lanshern A Airoietead's superior ChtwinK
bicco, jitst received ana 30, HORNE & CO.
1, Hi , 1 en. ujmmmmtimmm mmm r r i iimivrilir i
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