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: 1 I RiWriwi I , Hi I 1 1 11-4'--- f 1 11 ft VI "111 ITMM 111 -Si- K7 JL.JiL :ja... tH -48 P A m -8 V 1 l y .1 l i JL 1 1 JLP . J. j jljl JLi 1.1l JL rifijL,! vol. xxiy. NASHVILLE, TENN. SATURDAY, KOVEAIBER 12,' 1353. N0.M2, H It. i UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADER1CK STREET. ' THE AYEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN I furnished to subscribers at the following rcie : Single copies, one - year in advance. t2 Sfc within the venr$3 00: at the end of the year $1 03. Cldbs Of fire and upwards f2 00 f .... per cony for ene year. Clubs of subscriber will be re ceived for nix months at the foregoing rates. be TRI itnrd.r. at K rr annum in advance: if nu px!o a and Satard; - - r -. ad ranee, IS. DAILYjgpublirfiedatKrfitDoUara. . . . . ... . rmr rrr iMtntnlvi rsit it,i 111 Bcmittances of subscriptions ma? bo lAada by mail our riik. paper will be wnt out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the ciuli. ' for siiaurr. c are avtlionied u announce L. V. Hum.M .... . countv, at the next llarch election. t3f We are autlx.riieil to arinouncc Joiw 1C Enjioxuso: a candidate for the bhenuuUy of Dvid.-ou countv. rS?Ve :j-e autlionztd to announce Enocu Cu.ii: ft rarut.l.t. fyvrSJl.ArilT'Bt rhi.nwniTiT Ipi-tlnn. ' ZSTW'e are authoriied to announce William Lctov, as 4. SQrbueiit of l'laui vtiraucy Soaps, Hair J.mshes, Ac,&, ' ncacdidateforSherifTofUaridsja county, at the eajuin' . SlrfJf ami UiiH'alo JlrcvJnyaud Fine Comb-, Ivory da low 'election . dcr; Puffs luidlloios, Lilly Whlfc, Alaba3ter, ic; ?5T"Ve are autliorirad to arinouaco E. li. Biclet as a .' - candidate for ebcriiT, at the cosuing election. CIXKC OF TJ1E COL'STTY OOPUT. J57We are authorized to announce Josiau Fitnni3 as a , candidate for County Court Clerk at tlie ensuing election. " "We are acthoriied to announce Felix H. CiiEArnAJt ' a candidate fir re-election for County Court Clerk at theeu- icing election. . 23rWc are authorized to anpounce Isaac M. Joxta a can didate for County Court Cleik, at tho neit Iarch election, rou corxT- trcsteii E5 We are authoriied to announce Jomr Raixs for re-election as Countv Tmstc at the ensuing election. 57" We are authorized to announce Tnoais jJnasER as u candidate forTrusteeof Davidson County. JST We are authorirad to announce Gcohge Clawt as a candidate for Trustee pf Davidson, at the March' election. We ure authorized to announce the name of W. K. IIontct (Collector) as a candidate for Trustee lor DaviiUou countv at the next Marcli elections. 157" James T. Kaulksxb is a cs.n Jidate for Register of tbe lnd Office for Middle TcnueiMC at the tusuingfessoin oftbe Legislature. " STEA1 BOATS. TEAM HI! lltOiiUOIS, C. 1B- .PP-' TERciON.iiAHiKit. This splendid steam- Q-j'nry er, having been thorouglil v repaired, will run jf Nea r,giiiar Packet between this Port and Frw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water. For etght or rassage apply to .1 . 11, lr.Al.M.A, octSS. Agents. s. NEW ORLEANS AM) MEMPHK U. S. MAIL PACKET. T I"MIE splendid new r3engfT steamer, a MtJ'tyt' 11. It. v. illLlj, Uirn-.'vrWEL,.Mav y-wij ler, ttill run 111 the above trade tbis a. ryL rjSS Km, hvivirg Memphis u her tlrst tripou MSfcas Satuttlay, ihe isd of October. The HILL connects at Memphis with tbe Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack ets, and will give through ticket-, from New Orleuus to. Nashville. The splendid iavienKer afcimer JOHN SIMPSON, will leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight aiI liairenirers for the Hill. A. HAMILTON, I . , wtS A. I- DAVIS, ( Ael,t- UASHTIXLE AKD MEMPHIS UNITED STATES KAIL PACKET LIKE- F r?0R MEMPHIS. NEW ORLEANS.ST.& rgS)-, LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-'iSirvtiU WEEKLY. The Splendid New PasseutrcryS-v.-j-gfe Steflinrs Cm-r Hrvrsviii.E, Joirs Siiii-son", asd Eubas hr, will leave aliville every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, at 6 o'clock P. M connecting at Padncah with the dai ly Louisville and St. Louis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Mem phis with the t-ph-ndid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. K. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named. The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel either North or South. Fur freight or pasag apply to A. L. DAVIS, A. HAMILTON, Agents at Nashville. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS SEHGER PACKET. BELLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY, Commikplr. This large and magnifi- Jifp cent Steamer is now uuderzome- a thorough j?V ,'..r- reir ai Iximsville, and will tike her placu as a Regutirt I and will continue during the entire stan. In point of speed, condbri and safety. Uie BELLE-KEY is 1 acitei in ilie ouo.e it tneicis siuuurui .aiei, t expeneiice of her gputlemanly Oommanner and the ac- -I knowletlged busines-capacityofherCleik (Mr. Iawis North- I ern.) enables n coi'fidently to recommend her to the bnsi- i nessartd travelling conimimity. Mr. Northern will give prompt personal atle.ilioii to filling orders for Groceries, Ac. A (.half ot patronage is respectfully solicited. ' JOHNSON, HORNE A- CO . I UHg27 4m Agents. Nashville, Louisville and Cincinnati Regular 1 Weekly Packets. THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, .fTWWJV i STATESMAN, ILG.McCohas, Master, UrfrtV , JOHN P. TWEED, Davw Miulaud. Master, sjS ' will make regular tilpa in the above trade, leaving Nash 1 ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will .leave Cincinnat every Wednesday, at i o'clock, P.M. I The above boats are A No. 1. arid are officered by exjie- 1 r'. ent ed business men, who will be thankful for orders for 1 merchandise, and protni-e to give tatisfaction tn all who j nuv eatmst business to their care. fTepUTtf JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. Na-liviI!o and Louisville Weekly Packet, J WOT. GARVIN, C. T. REEDER. Master. ' THIS splendid Steamer is retrlv com- fTf" fb ! pleted, and will beat Nashville the iirst W'Jj-f'r rise of tbe river. She will carry 400 tonsaffiiJit , and her aca-mmodatkMis for pa-eugers are uucqiialed by any boat of h.T diinetisions. She will be commanded by Capt. C. T. REEDER, long and favorably knowu to our coinuiunitv, and the Cumberland river trade, geneially. She will make repalar wirkly trips, leaving Iouisville m TUESDAY'S and Naeb'ille on FRIDAY'S, at I o'clock, 1' M. At the former place passengers will hud various Railroad and Steamboat hues to convey them to any f unit ' of destination thev mav de-.ire. vi The old established lino to Ginciniiati; Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou . isviBe line; Jetlerson Railroad, Ac, Ac. All alt'oi ding the amplest acoommodations, combined w ith exieditiou. J-iJ All 01 ders vt ill be tilled as low as at Cincinnati. fj For Ire-.iht or Passage, apuly to sVptO-tt HENRY T. VEATMAN, Agent. ' J. H. CL'RREY, L'ndcrtakcitttid CoHin-uiaker. CtSr'h ''rett, Xv. 25, HHHe &iaite JfmK. REGS leave to mform Insirwds anil tlic Pu"'ic,r s nuiprall .-. thut he has ooened n re-jmlar Cof-SLs cBerall. thut he has oiiened a regular Cof- , fin Room, and liarinit bought the right for manufacturing Qand selling 111 Middle Tennessee, Skiff's Patent Iudistrucl ible Air-tight and Air-ehausted Burial Cases, fhc best now in use for preserving tho corps, he will Keep a supply of them coustautlvon hand, together with an assortment of all kinds ot coveted and wood Collins. He is prepared to furnish g.x.d Hearses and any number of Hacks that may be wauled; ahsislirouls of every description, made in tho best stvlc, together with every equipage necessary for fune rals. All tolegra-rhic despatches or orders from Steamboats aud Railroads, or fioui tlte surrounding omiutry will be promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre paring and encasing bodies lor tranpoilat on. All orders left at his Furniture and Celliii Rooms promptly attended to, both night and day he will g'rve his personal attention to all fuucrals. Charges moderate. 6 J. It. CURREY. N. B. Ftu-iiilure and Matlrasse of every description nude to order -rid l the best materials, and w arointed; also furniture lejixiwl iu the best style and with dispaUlu aug27 . in. J 1L C. 90METiUJfG NEW " rpUE SOUTH NASHVILLE ITRNITURE X MANUFACM t) R1NO COMPANY, are now ortenng, ' 9MFsP"'nK' assortment of Plain and Fasltionahle lur "I"f-v' mtiuvat their f)efjt oti M rket stieet.'l'h-hrHi.s'.A CSs-Shw UtiMmfr, (between UnKin IIII and theV . Square, ) n hieh they offer at prices to suit iwruliasers I " 1 both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give sstisiac tion to purctidsers work wnrranieu Call and examine their stock. Ortlers for Work attended wTth despatch. K. II. GROOMS, PreVt. AV liANCE. tiec y J.sepq-1- CASH I CASH ! ! I "TNTED at the South Nashville t-urniture lactory.ot . . VV go- nnl SEASON ED LUMBER 10Q.00U feet of inch Waluut Plauk--wide; 30,tX)0 do do do do 00; 50,000 do 2 do do do do; - 100,000 do AVahmt Scauthng, b feet long, 4, f A 6 in. sq're; 10J,000 do Cherry do do do; " 100,000 do 13 inch Cherry Plank wide; , r 50,000 do do do ' do; M.OiX) do 2 da do do; 1 60.900 do Ash,aiigioglroml3to5iutl4ck : WrdepJnk; , Also, PmJar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes for , which. Ok wilt bs ri on delivery. !.; Also, 2or)gtxMUAltlLrMAKKIOsWftnled, to wliom fair pric-cs will bo given iu crush. Also, 1 orSaood UP HOLSTEIIS. Now bnt good workmeu need ajrply. an!7 FURNITURE! FURNITURE T AM jnst roceivmga hue assortment of Fur niture of the latest t vies, which will lo warranted e J, and w ill be sold as urged toy AVare rooms, I .Art's superior Pianos. ,rors, Ac. Furniture or all kinds made- to order, sent free to the Railroad or ativwheie iu the city. Articles Rcmem- ber45. Union street. Cheap Furniture Depot apg7 1 .11. MORTtlA GOLD PENS. JOHN A'ORK & CO., have on hand a variety of superior Go'd Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered for KU tn Nashville, JSWry varrirttZ, - octl KMW? I ' liosv .-.pimm-ui-rj- SI astcoimit.emI-1 1 v 1 ' 5!ine.also cnesp astiiecueancsi. iv...s s COPPER AND SHEET IRON M, , -h-Mi krep an iwi. ...- Together with evcrrdescription I -" DRUGGIST &Ci, ! NEW DRUG JiTORE.i J. G; BE0.VH, . . . t formerly of 'the fim-ofJVwm.'HrowrttiCo.,) 'JHAS opened, wituanientireucwsioc.c.raJijrugs, MHlieines Vnitifft OiU. Ptrfumrrr. Ac ic on the tile formerly occupied by the old firm,'-' . No. 43, College .stit-et, three doors from Union, where lie ' Mi t ' . 1 . . a t. ' v : . ... 1 rT ...... . j ! will be pleased to wait upon hhs" bid friends and citizens pen' eraliy. Particular attention is gjtmi to Physicians Pre scfiptions, which will bellied, with accuracy and dispatcli. I fi J'L Vial Case; K-veru. new ruttefns; ajeculams, 01 EPICAL IXKTilUUENTS, Klinprtsiug ilicei (.SJW. nsaor. attsorled; Jiltlwile, t AinnatafinpfflbdtrciHinmn Instrument inniM nrSi-niraliM'ToOtli roreeo aud Kev fatetlicsco;?; 4 Cupirins: Atinaratoi; Stomach Funics; Dis.-ectam Instru- . - I.- T.nju. hM,pif vunelr n nitiinpllt .assortment ... aug7 V11U:ilicAI4S.-A laru-e ctt, and Jit.nJ-the lt I - . .., i,r J luaiuifactnrers, tome ciceedinjily Tirc,;cver lefoi-e bionchtto this market Attention of Phykiciaaa to this I tartof my stock is respectfully soliciieU, l aujrf .J.. O-KHOWN. TKlt3rUlA AltROV JIOOX. .VtarrameQ pei- , , ... f.., . l ... .. iM.ni.ii'NHnn 11,'kii: iu.,&uiiuit auir? ' J. G. IJR0WN ry)B0, 1 1 5 E JCIN TE A CO 31 VAX Y f have a full supply Of j J. llrebcstqiialitresofTens, puttiphr thu Coinpanv. It iitlio same formerly kept by Ewin, Biwii J; Co., which curetuchseneralaiibfjction. Tlio Te Plus Ultra lilacs Teasuid Plantatipn Imperial are tlwught to,be superior to any in this market: alto. Teas In small caddies cf-1! lbs each. aug7 ' ' J C?1!ROwy- 0ONGIIKSS VATEU-1 have made arrangements to kcrjp a constant supply of this wafer, which 1 receive direct from the Spring; 8 gross jnst njceired. . aug7 'J .G JROWN. QTONE AV AIIH Of all descriptions and ba,t quality; O ahm, 11 1'Iow er Pots, assorted sizes. uz7 J G BROWN. BAJliiOdj-''ISIlIN.G I'OIiliS 100 just received; also, a full assortment of Fishing Tackle, Ltmmck Hooks orSnoods, pointed Poles; lc. ang7 J. G. BROWN. FOR TIllTiliK Lvons" Iv.ithafion, Bogle's Hype rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchtigha Tricopheroin, at - nug7 J G BROWN. TAJICII. 15 boxes Pi-octor'i Gamble's IVarlStaich also, Miperior article ofcouutry madeStarcli. , "aug7 J. G. BROWN. I J HNTl SEED .A lsrge iot of Summer and Win ter, and Summer and Winier.mixed. , ang7 -T. f. 11R0WX. 17011 JEI.LIIiS. Sparkln.'j Uelautie, joH:rsaiiei ' llusaia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a line lot of Flavoring Extracts. aug7 J. O. BROWN. T i:XINC:TON31i;STAUl,inii',-J.andl!f.Can5; Xj fresh and just ree'd. aug7 J.G.BROWN. "rEAST I'OWDEUSahd Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin X ger. White Ind, Red I-cad, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish. Ac augT J. G. BROWN. 43, College st. Tim MASAMB FOW BEIS COillPAY, Of HazardvUle, Canncctiiut. A. O. nAZAKD, pbus't. a. k. ikioclass, see'r. C CONTINUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well J known brand'. K'ntuckv J!iflf. American J'ixrtln'f . fndiait Jij!t in kegs, half and quarter kegs and raunisters ' of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for j 1JLASTIXG AND MINING purposes. The reputation of their Gun Powder i too well j knoivn to leouire comment. All orders promptly tilled at my j vtwrr utjiui, .orio-eusi uui iter i toeo.iuiie. S. II. LO0MIS, Ag't Tortile H. P. Co., aug-2 tf Nashville, Tenn. WAJ,I. PA1ER.S.-Just re ceived, 2,000 bolts of those beautiful French Papers, for Pallors, Halls. Ac. together witli a splendid assortment of Goldand Velvet Border?, lire Screens, Win dow Curtains, Ac. JSpOo hand n large assortment of unglazed Papers', from 10 to 25 cts per bolt. KLAGES & G0RBEY, No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House. julyU ; W. AV. .FINN, 41, HA2EET STREET, BITT1ES U X J O K A X 11 T H E SQUARE, 2tiuix'HU, Ttnnevtt. a OLD AND VELVET PA PER HANGINGS. A Urge , , , " vv pn,, -n .."SS.liT""' Border.-., Window Pnpers, Teaster and Cent trc Pieces, a large a.oi tnient. Cheap L'nIazcd Papers 12,ooo pieces in store, from 12 to 2i cts. per Boit. All forsale, and CnEAr for CASn. julj't JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE AT THE Clark Street Coach Factory, NO. 5, THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES, JIOCKAWAYS AND FA3IILY CARRIAGES. Z5T Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. F&ZZ. July 19 IRA A. STOUT. TU0MAS II0DGE. LSO.-f WALKER. IIODGE-& WAI.KER. Barters, Ilair-jJviseri:, &c, &e.t ' KlIFUJllilli --lu every w lie, rreacu. ucnuan anu 1 s 1 L Americjui. CologDcs, Hair Oils, Pomades; Ac, Ac , vciuv. I Rose P'eai'it' Oil, Bell Ivendor; brown and white Windsor . Harbcr. roai) tn 1 lb bars, tojey isr with a c-jnerul as- Ao. IS, Cidar tired. convenience aud conitort, cannot bo surpassed m Hie coun- tiy. While passing, gcutlemen raid patrons, just step in i and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what t salutary effect our pure water lias upou a wearied and r body. aug3 tf. irlow.ei'e ! I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by j Dr. John Shelby and It F. Brad!ev. I liaie seen it in oncration several tiuies, I am satisfied of its great utility. As he season is advancing, I nowefforthofe I have 0:1 hand for t2-.ll. L. P. CHEATHAM. junc29, 1858. Na'hville, I cnn. Nasuville June 2?. 1S5! Col- L V. CnEATUAM -Dior .Mr; I have been usiiv; he RcapinguridMowingMacliiuc"patenic-ntedbyManiiey ot Illinois, which j-ou are now offering to the citizens, of Ten- . vit.. .. 1 r. v. r. . cessee- no 11 iniai ttinu i, lu.u -u.ii.iu;.. 1 mAp neatly and R.tnnLT. The amount cut per dav will depend It i il viilst icATK LAnrnt HAVixu Maciiin'il. It wort-" -' " - The amount cut per dav will depend !rN..7Jm h 11 tue team can principally' ubou the speed of the team. ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, Gfleen acres ntcu hours, ltis entitled to the confidence of the public. tiC public. . .. " ir..n.. 1 L.-iiL-i,,Vr svthe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as U juueW-IAtv. Ji. KliUAUJibl. 4.50 REAVARD. 1VZ I ANAAVAY from the subscriber on the night of f 20 vest s of age, S feet u or 1'' inches high and eighs S I. uie oru nisi- ins iiegru oov ii-iiv'.. lie lsunoui 1 nbout 150 pounds. He is a bright mulatto, haj straight , Lair and blue )', and will no doubt attempt to jsiss him- ( solf as a white jnan. He w as raised by a Mr. Dickey, of ' Spaitanburg District, and w as purchased by Capt. J'umcs , ! Blinds of Spartauburg C. II. He is -probably lurking iu . tlie vicinity of that town, c nlay attempt his escape to a 1 I free Stafe. He rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve vesrs 1 1 old, w hich lias, a scar on both shoulders caused by w arts, anil is shod behind, is quick ia gaits, raid steps short, holds ' a tine heaTl, : suSk very i.iiiclf above the eve' and inclines ' to be soitertii. above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS I will be given for the nporeheiision nf the bov and horse ; thelmy lobe loilged in any jiil-vi theState. All expenses ( tor keeping the horse wilt also L-o patu. rve berry, S. C, Jul'.', AV. G. NEEL. scjitl tf " JOHN RICHARDSON, llAltllERASI) HAIR DRESSER, No. S2 O.oar Strert. WOULD nisfvctfully infoiin all who have any use for the soi .ce of a barber, that ho lias at this time j in Ins employ a imu.bri of the bet aud mo-t experienced 'I njrattr thst erei handled n razor rr n pair of shears in ! Nahv;llr. Ills shop is titled un neatly, mid gentlemen may ( always mnSdenili rely upon piu i.pi attention audcomfoi- . table sluivji'g. Ho hpe 10 continue to receive a liberal 1 share of enoAiragchunt fr-.m an Intelligent public that t.nows !,nw to dsV-tltl ina between "gilt and gold o'er I du.l." ' '' i ugl7" t f BELL AND' 2RASS F0UNDRY7 i OX FKUXT, ' XSA ! XKO il) Si'XEET. I THE Subscriber recrwctf!illv returns his thankKtn.the. public for past favors, and so X licitsacoiitiluiane nf m.tmn.irrHin1liei nboie ANUFACTURINO. of Metal; Turnings Metal- Castinfrs. Soda Founts, Generators. AlPumns..and Pumps of eve ry derciiptioninauufaclured to order, or repaired at short tioiico. Cash will be paid at all times for old copperand brass. junex2 ly B. CULK. SS. AVILLIAMS Agent for JohnJVilliams, New , Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produoe lor shipment 'rlyl4 HAVE opened their new eslablisnmcnt, and offer to their pOVJ WER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and customers atid the public in geueral inducements nev- . 1, holekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels., er l-efore offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our A " '"PP'y "r '" above description or Powder, war house, we. feelconhdent that all wCo give us ..calf will ramcd equal .0 any in the market aWs on haml and lor leave well satUlied. In addition tollaibt-iing. Hair-Dress- sale by julyl CHEATHAM, MATtaON A CO. iug, Ac, we have large, commodious and neatly furnished pi'AFETY'PU.SE. 500,000 "feet genuine Safety Fuse BatlnRiKjms. Tliescare the finest m the aty, and as to 1 bv the original manufacturers, forsale by I t. ' f.V ' t,,., 'j. CLOTHING. IMPORTANT ARRIA'AL.. ri"SHE undersigned lmviiigjusttrrivedfiomNew-Yorkand j 1 I MiilndAlnhio. he wisliea to inform his friends unit for mer patrons, that he lias purchased as largo' and fine assort ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that i baa ever been brought to Nashville. They are novy ready for nspection at ni.s suae, tup AYORLD'S CLOTniNG EMPORIUM, jio ii, l'uuiic Nqunrr ' Ihavetdlcen rrnciuar pain? 10 nave laaae an assnrtment of Ixlra lorOenUemen, weisJiinfr JroraBOO to S.Vjlbi, andwho havealways been paying high prices to Uie.Mercnani lauors. ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Hubher Goods, and niTiT.nnFV. im rTir?vr from the tigr of S years and upwards. ! f 11 1 1 llf V Tlllff'l COUNTRY MEKC1LVXTS j will take particular notice that I can supply them with Cloth I intf and t urnislijn GootU either wuol(lk or kltjiil, as lows any one m the city. n, . , .. AIi() mst n-eeired a Ianre lot ef firm Plush and Hlatli y,A,";3(;' I P01 various Mies, wincii i can sen ltrtniyire ptr cent. lower Uian anv other house in the ritr. J ,Cuim ott, come all, to it. POWERS- ' Woild'a Clothinjr Eniporium, angSO 3m o. 11, Public Square, Nashville. Come one Come all ! This ILozk shall fly Trom its firm base as socn as I ! 1 ! FAXIj AND AV1NTER STOCK TOR 1853-i. rrUE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of 1 Nashville and surrounding coiintrr that he lias now on hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock ot Gents FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall aud Winter wear. Among which May1 be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth Cloaks, fcpauish do, Opera aud Congress Coats, Double do, Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Over Couts, Sack. Faleloty, Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do, and other styles an J colors too numerous to mention. P.mts, and Vests ot ever style and color, io suit the most Ctstiduous. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHLNG. Fine Shirta, Uuder-ShirU, Drawers Suspcn .dcrs, (,'ravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Truuks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac., Ac Country Merchants, in particular, are rcq nested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsen here septis L. POWERS, No 3t,-Market St, opposite Union Street N. IL Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com bniation of men. L.' P. " FALL AND WTNTEE GOODS. "TUST received at No. 11. Cedar Street, a lanre and well fj selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vtstings of the t Litest styles. , ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen g Furnishing Goods. A new and beautilul style of Stocks. Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis cription, Under-Shirts and Drawers. Having made arrangeuieut witli one of the best Clothing Establishments in New Y01 k to supply me, Win. T. Jen nings, 231, Broadway, I am preparre'd to oiler to iny cus tomers and the public, Clothing of a sujierior style aud qual ity. Please call and examine for yourselves. septt a T. J. HOUGH. Agent. ' NEW GOODS. "Y'TTE have just received our assortment of V CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTING S, of New Styles and A'nrieties. Alo, an assortment of fine Itcadv-inade Clothing, and Geutlemen'sl'uriiisliing Goods. sep2J CLIFTON & ABBOTT, No. IS Cedar st. SPLEIIDID ASSORTMENT 0? THE LATEST STYLE OF GENTLEMEN'S READYOIADK CLOTHING ! II. A. JESSEL, Arcade Clothing Store, K6. 20 Market street, opposite ihe Union JTalL THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash ville and surrounding counlry, that he has just received one of the largest and mint complete assortments of Geittlantn'i J'dtt anil B?nfr GMihg and Furnishing (!pnh ever, brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed in quality and workmanship, anil at such low pneeas -annot ail to please. The stock has been selected and made ud tinder my own inspection, rjrpusiiy suited toth- wants of the citr. ALso, a large assortment of Children's Clothing, 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 very little above Eastern prices. Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in showing the Goods. H. A. JESSEL, Arcade Clothing Store, 2S Market st, joct6 Sm Opposite Union Hall. "CLEAR THE TRACK." I npHK subscriber has ja-t opened, at hi o'd stand, No 5S ' I r.. .1 . . .m .l. t w . r n r... .1. . largest and most elegant stock of READY MADE CLOTH ING and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he everliad the pleasure of exhibiting to his friends and customers, which he is offering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will, he confidently believes, give entire satisfaction. His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va riety ofstyle and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests. Over- I coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a .arge assort- 1 ment; Uarpet Iwgs, imriKS, Mnrt, tJollors, blocks, travats, i-.i.-.ii.. 1 . . I.,. ..rfn-i r ni 11; a 1 Pocket IldklO-c-: all of which are new, and purchased of thebest houses in the Eastern cities expressly lor this mar- j j.e( 1 ' 1 i Thankful for the liberal patronage heretcfore bestowed on , him. he invites an examination into his present stock and I prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his 1 I fr,V...Unn.l rnstnmers. ! M. SULZBACKER, Agent, No Ml Markets! septS1 5m foag'rs Rso Coi'i'ec IK STOItn AXD FOR SALE BY S. H fjooas-is, NORTH E.VST CORNER SQUARE ocll tf Nashville, Tesx. Teiaaiessee Powder. CHEATHAM. WATSON Jt CO :i j - .5 at W. II.Goanov A Co.'s Public Sjnare. GEORGE W. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LANDAGENT. IliLuttend to the colleciion of debts, and the investi gation and perfectiugot laud titles in lexa.-c KEIEKC-NCKS. Hon. 0 W. 0. Tortus, Hon. Nathan Grcex, " R. G. M'Kjxxev, " R. 1 RiDLsr, " R. I. CAKurntits, ' Abe Carltuees, --Joux L. Bbiex, Goverucr AV. B. Cami-beil. augSl twlv GENTLEMEN'S PITT-FITTING ESTABLISHKF.IsT. ' Cri. Odlnjt ttrefi, vut tlovr Satsth ( tht Ifquare. t fplIE undersigucd would respectfully invite citizens and ! 1 stranrrers tiassimr through Nashville, to call at their , B "l1 1 a.u1 s tnui store and cxaminethe most elegant assortment of Finisliing raucv ijtKMis ever uruugui ui .-asm uie, ucunicuiaii -v, -y-r -V-re. ---- - "VTC , " , ineiaiesisiyiesaiiu oesi quaiiiy 01 uoous. auu 1. vi.e , - . .,.i 11 ! flc attcnltmi to our Patent Should 1 ...... Ili..,! WI,r,I,lnt. n..m W liit-f (..liirtli F " "."""S V" Bt lUTTtKr t we warrant to Lowell made, and to tit better than am- other ... - ... ... . i.p?! 1 , ?y ,. slvloof Shirts. uur siocit vouaisia iu uouiiiiucii niiu lu" 111. li- Ct,:.a ..Prt-i-aivA ..nit .l.rotifv Sdlr Mfn.., Pi.hIi J ,7, " 1 y. V, ..... . ' mere. auuKer. v-or-ion i-iaunci, iirowu i.iiiioii.-.ura uu . haiiibre. Trunks Carpe Bags Umbrella Canes, Itazor , ' ,,IlW r.i-pt Roots Work llove.-. llressinir Case, and many other articles too numerous to mention. X. B. Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and Cotton.' Gum Goods, Goodyear's Patent, best articles. Remember the number 50. MYERS & McUILL'S. ' Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the vJi;tin rv.,n ! "T VALUABLE LANDS FORSALE. II Y V1R- A tue of a provision in the will of John Davis, dee'd., the undersigned offers for sale the following valuable Tracts ofLand, viz : 473 acres on the Tenue-see river, iuimediate lv abdve thr n-outli of Duck river, affording the best loca tion on Tennessee nver for a commercial point; 150 acres on Duck river, opposite the mouth of Pine river; Sl acres aiijoinlng Jhe town of Perryville, in Decatur county; 215 acies on the East side of Buffalo river, near the Hurricane Ilottom, s'nd 108 acres near the Weft side of Buffalo river, near its mouth. Terms made known on application to the undersigned. JO. W. HORTON. I Txeallors EWD. D. HICKS, j 'xecu,ors nov4 fodAwltn. TrAl7lTATtLECITY propert y for s a l E V The undersigned being authorized bv a resolution of the Board .of Mayor and Aldermen ofthe City of Nashville, at its meeting on the 14 th instant, to dispose ofthe following valuable protierfy, to wit: jy.IS,-vos. aiiu .i, on iot- v.esi sine ui onuiiuei s.ivri. occuruea ui prcsen: situated on ine west siue 01 encrry sireet, son in 01 itioati street, fronting on Chcrrr street 33 feel, and running back 180 feet, on which there" are TWO TENEMENTS, one of BRICK and one of AVO0D. The above lots will be divided to suit purchasers. Fur a more particular description ot said lots reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages 605 and fiOS in the Register's office of Davidson coiuity. The above property will be sold at private sale at any lim, hetween now and tlie 17th day of December next, nnd if not sold previousto that time, will bo offered ou tliat day at PUBLIC SALE. 1 The above named property will be sold on a credit of one, I two and three years; Notes payable in Bank.without inter est, with good endorsers, anu a ueu reiumeu unui me pur chase money is paid. AV. H. HORN, Mayor. octal if. TTEXXETT ALE. SO barrels tf this celebrated and JLx. popular Ale in store and for sale low by ' McCREA A TEERAS3, CHEESE. 100 botes just received per Shipper and forsale low by oct20 McCREA &TERRASS. DRUGS, &C. BANOTKG'S PATENT LACE. 02 ABDOMINAL SUP PORTER, T70R iveak and de!icatepersoii.s,maleorfcmae,andthose JL? Whdqre ofilieted nith the lollowinc diseases, vis - ,V - , , r,, . ,V i i V.i 7, V H i-aiuin ineunc&r, vt eaxness uuu iieeuiiig.iii-uk i.ungs, unes. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Costivtness and Piles, 1'ain iu- llje Back. Spinal ('urvtitures, and Enlareemen one Hip and Shoulder, Falling of the Ik.weK and a Ten d. KupW. Protansiis Gteri. or Ikarinfr l)own. lr- i Paiaai or Prof' Men&trnaUou. a Tendcncrto Abortion, and Painful Pretrnancv. and the bad shape lnci- I dent to Child Hearing, h Disposition to Uroeping', Lounging ! and Weariness, .rninon 10 clerks, mechanics stujents, ! se.-imstre.ves, and others who keep inclined positions. Till. crtt-.c.rili- l.a ,r.A -1.. ..i tli Ic. ...r 7 . 1 f.l P.nrt for werol r.,iM trii.l , .ilZIt. ll.,U. f dl,"1Df,"lllci,. rn. ,-f1 1 Te en L1 to 0 tt 1-iliave given tlw highest I lesisnonialsot their remarkable ciir-itue-iiowers. Themtt sausuctory rererepces can bo given to persons inthe-cuyof 1 Ly the discoverer. But facts, uudi.1aJ fici attested by Nashville and surrounding country; furtliernKiiv,- they'are ' witnesses of the highest class Hid 1 Urscter, are now in recninniended Lv some of tbemnst celebrated and extensive umphloz over all doubts. ISi hUDULITV IK OVKt- Practitioners of Medicine in Nxhville ami Uie adjacent country For sale by H (1 SC0VEL Druggist and Apothecary, North side oftbe PublicSqiure, .three doors e--t of the Nashville' Inn. ausls tf. DR. LTBBY'S PILE OINTMENT IS PREPARED for.llie tiral'eubjig Oompaiiybv Dr. Benjamin Lienr.of New Hampshire. Hets a Physician eighly-eight years nf ae, and has for the last sixty-three years used this Ointment in his practice. A cure is war ranted, 110 matter how extreme thecase. This is 'sufficient to induce evcry person sciliring under this disease to try it. Pricejier Bottle 5 1. The Vegetable Pills, prepared by the Grafenbufg Coinpauy, aieused constantly bv hundreds of ihousanda, who attest their "value. The trueoperation of Medicine isto give increasedaclivity to the uesns possessed, by Nature forlUe, removal of the causes of disease. For all billiqus disorders, Costiveness, fuipyifect Digestion, Deficient Action of the Bowels, Liver Complaints. Headache. Activity ofthe Stomach, 'Ac Price 25 cents per Box, with full dil"cctit)irs. Forsale by all Dmg- gist octia ALEX, McKENZlE, Agent.' Ktirrow Patent 1'Iantation con.v 1T11L.1.. fpiIlS Mill differs from all others tii the construe Hon of the upper or Ituuiilrg Stone, which Is composed 01 French Burr Blocks, enclosed iu a cast Iron Case, which forms the back and hoop of the Slono with a Cast Iron Kve,or Bush, than is ofereater external diameter at thebottom that at the top, which is secured toth j back by four bolts, to that every block Is in the form ofadovo til,-hicU zives greater strength to a Stone than any other method which is required insmall mill., where the stone is run with great speed, and becomes dangerous If not atro'igly made. It also gives any weight to a stone of small diameter that is required without haling itthick or high, that mates it topheavy. This mill is a square frame made of wood or casliron,la the form ofa busk, with Bridge-tree. Sptudle Balance, Ring Driver, and I:e;ulatinsFcrcw, and grinds ui ou the same princlpla as a lar mill, differing only In the Kunner stone; this being of great weight enable it to grind nearer the cen ter a greater quantity of grain with Ie,s power than any other mill now In use. This mill isportaMe.audmay benttached to sleam, wiilcrr horso or hand power. ALSO, allslzes orKreaca Burr .tilll Stones, manufactured oa the same principle. "Joseph H. Hurrowt. of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for which ne obtained ltter Patent in 1J3. For alllnfringe teems the purchaser wilt be held responsible for the right fusing. ThesqJUil'.sdnnoLrequjroaMIUrlghtto s-it themup; and all that is necessary to put them in operation. Is toatuch a hand to the pulley on the spindle, with a drumr sufficiently large to run a twenty-four inch Mill it ft revolution per minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By the steady application of two herse power the Mill wilt grind s x to if bushels per hoarof good raesl: and will grind wheat as welln, corn. The thirty Inch mill. If put to its fullest speed, wli' grind from ten to Crteen bushels per hour. These mills are warranted to be In every respeot as recom mended. 1)ikctiom roa Usisa. Place your mill about SO feet from the Driving Pulloy in a level position; make the belt of leather six or eight inches w Ide. GIvo the Stone240 revolu tions a rniuatc with the sun. Keep theneck and step of the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of the Running Stone, Iu the. same way as the Cross on the Driver, that Is, the way they are trimmed to run. . Kefcr to Thus. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio, Jesse BeaI,Esq.,of Clinlon county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury, Ksq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others. All oraersdirectadto JOHN E. BOUMAX, 1Y. S3 Broadway, Xashvllle, Agent for Middleand East Tennessee, or J. H. BURKOWS, Jan SC .1. tr-W. & w. ly. West Front t. Cin. O, EK3'S PATEN! STRAW COTTER AND INDEPEN DENT CORN CHOPPER. THIS very important invention has been in use about three years. The inventor has made improvements which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN CUTTING MACHINE. It has eivcii entire satisfaction to ' every one who has u-d it, and is the most superior machine m use. lor me purpose ior wmcu 11 ls uesigneu. iiissim P15" a" Me and easily kept in order. It is Mepl'nff . eas.ly worked ,by a ibov-18 years . age.- It will cut straw or corn in tbe shuck trom half inch to three inchw in length. Many certiUcite.s might be pro- duccil f,.?m "iiers who have used thcra to prove their "!-""'" -.m . I'ersons needing such an article may rest assured I that in it they will ilnd a valuable acquisition to their farm i or stable. i The subscriber has greatly extended his means forman- ..r.. ll.ua anA ha nnir anllmlj ,V.M j the attention of the public, aud the fanners and planters I pai ticularly, of the South and West. He will hereafter be able to fill all orders rap'dly. and ensures all machines to I do the work for which they are designed. lieing the inventor and ia:enice, anu sole proprietor, nc will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable terms to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them, anu win lumisu one sei 01 cuiiugior pauenis. - i-... miiv sepi "viu JOHN E. ERR. DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT. AMR. AVINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and had been bald for many years; by the use of three t"t- Uti of the iltipiutie Omiment, ut.l A hair tnlireli re- , ftore.l, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man t could wish. His aei.s about iOjeai-a. 1 A son of -Mr. arren, ot this town, 1 1 years of age, had lire. Had ,st, 11,. ll,, from his m.l j. f. , -""---"'. 7 " " i ..1 . 1. " " 7.7. i 1 1 lr rHII("IlL (tl IH'ML IlISTUIiai UU f llli4, t lt IIIiT UUU I wealthy lather could procure, without ava.I. It was one of t wealthy lather could proeure, without avail. it... ..m-,v..r.d i-a-m I erersaw: hn a ..a tiini-.utn.l m1. ' ... ....... - - must to askeleton. By the Use of afew bottlcsof thoOiut- meut he was tJivruUiTdy cured,' mid for seven months past has enjoyed robust health. This was an extreme case cf ixfiimmalum of Ox tpleen, of long sumdlug; lias u variety of treatment from no less than eight dillcrunt physicians, witliout leceiviug benefit was cured by thj uscof only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint ment This' was fpurmonths hgo and tho lady (a Mrs. Ihiu hain.) is still in gotsl health, and able Io attciid to her usual household duties. I liavo treated two casts of Cirehic -Spit Eie with the Oiutnieut, both of the jviticnts so luiirlj treatment of the celebrated Dr. jduzzy, of Cincinnati, fur eighteen months, and had exjiendcd hundreds of dollars iu vJ-r. ffnrts tn effect .1 m-p. They rtrr now dir tisi. of the 1 Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to 1 "J ...!.... ..-.1: . 1... tl 1 .1.. ITau UUU auenu UI UU, 01 lining, ousiucsn. i.iik.i: imai uiu Ointmcnti:.anumbc?or0csesofPile,a..d in m ca hi,it fdiltil vf it of ijiciMj xmniflv'U rtlitf amlijrneraUya jmutient i cure. 1 nave acso used 11 oeuencnuiy 111 severe coses 01 ray- t sipelus. And Isst but not least, 1 have within tho last year cured four cases of CANCER by the ue ofthe MUjnttk Olnimenl alnns! f ' From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly everr 1 . II. 1 VJ Ql 23 1 hl.f n rnmw. n ulleiifluMt In leail UnMn Inm. n un. in I low in? worm oiown iu 1110 Eiasa place! One of thorn lad Un alUicted la rww.- tfie other 1 "V'V'hmVSS utyyears. They had tried the best pWians in the j Tho CotdM; tl!tiZ&; I rtlHlC. 1V1 UKJU4-UCUCIJU ttllU UUCIU Ilium AiCIU UCCU UUUC1 (11(7 ( disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re commend it to be one of the most useful remedies-ever of- at fered to the public Kespectmlly lours. BURTON HUBBELL, AU D. Dated Jan 27. 1350. Amelia. Ohio. The character of this Ointment, as an eflicicnt remedy, is established in this city. There are quite a number of indi- yidualswho ascribe their restoration to health to the Use ( this extraordinary Ointment For sale by H- .0., SCOATTL. BERRY A DEM0VILLE. mavC CARTWR1GHT A ARMSTRONG. A CARD. T ilAVTl this day associated with mo m the Saddling Bu- i. X smess mv son, A. t;. mahuii. ine Business, m tuture will be comfucted in the name of J. D. March A Sou. All persons indebted to me, by note or account, will phrase come up and make payt nent J. D. MARCH. Thankful foV the liberal share of iiatror.age hereto fore, a coutiuuance of the same is re.speiMalIy solicited. jang J. I. MARCH A SON. LAND AVARRANTS. Ve are buying and paving tire vefyhigliest pnte for LAND WARRANTS. 'Per sons at a distance baving warrants to soil oy sending to ns by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest priccsatwhicIitheyaresellhigatthetimeinNashvilic and the cash remitted orraid to order. juljl DA'ER PEARL A CO. IpOtt. SALE OR RENT. A new Frame Honsejuit completed with seven roamrf, well plastered and pa pered. Situated ou Church street, in Iliues'jj additional Nashville. The said house is about fonr hundred yards froal the Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable terms. For farther particulars enquire of R, L, Crenshaw, er augl 3 . . AY. D. ROBERTSON, M'Lemore st, MEDICAL. ! DIC. MORSL'S TMVIOORATJSC CURDiAI-.alienomenoa i Health. Restored aud Life li.ili, bv UK. Mouse-.-, IXViooitATiSu rnviit hi rrifimi 1 I rur cei.iunes,.Hdicsl scler, Teirctabl.,at.d m moral kir.i.i.:." . . r. " r.ee b been raRa?ttn, t should restore tho loorw',- ', r a. .iSf, " poirtton, which all aUnialiuf. Ur.ico, auj nVrcotTw hmi ...... t .... .. u,,,,,,, uee0 round. In. ivegi'UMa ptodoc'lon, brought rioiath. .Urlle UesertVof Arab a theSuiriy.bytl.ece!cbraie4 HrufcMor M. Morte w.i! known s a iiltuiguihed member f .Tie Jaillni- KhutlBe tocittlesof the OU World.and eijuatl; lijt.uguli.tiea as a phyiiclan, a cbeniUt,ailil atraielar Tnuju:crjnf lluiherb courentnted and combined vith othr ngeUble meJtrlr.if extr.tctj.arenowproiaclnfr fclti lieretofore nnlieard of. 1 1" tti'l or any other country. At Drtlhj j ronertlc. atlrlbu- tedtoProf.ilOIWrrSlXVlGOIMTlAOaLIIKOK Cofi. UUI were deemed fabnlou.. TLo public ofun J..""d could not IiMleve the luip!e and s.il-Um truthj ai.nonwJ i ',l3 K f ari.lnz fi jnnutoyiQisoi lesumun ntica is pericrity trre- Kuna ronedles. in all ca;es, -.to rfjploratlo otirs ' In? from a mlsnse or abusu 01 iha varioui oreans which . make Up the wonderful machine called man. It restores lo full vljor every delicate function connected wllh that nits- I terious Compound agency of nutlersud mlud. imcrssao to 1 tbore-productionofhuniau life. T o-prsons of feeble mas- ' culir frame, or deficient tn vital power. It is reroraraended 1 as the only means of coiamuDlcktlur lbut ticrrt which Is neeessar; to the proper enjoyment ot alt the uaiurat M.pe. liiks.u wen as tneiugner mental at;nouies. its beii.flclal r.... . . m .. effect are notcouanedtoeilhersexurto any age. ThefdS- Dle !r l.llic ailing wira,lbelistles,eruevaled youth, Hi e over woramau of business, the victim of hervous aepreesion, the individual saSeriog frcm geueial dbiluy, or fioin the weakues.of a slnglo organ, wiilall find Immediate and per manent relief Trou. the use of this lucompaiaDle renovator TOthose who have a predisposition to raralyls It will prove a complete and unfailing saiegoarilpraintt that terrible mal ady. There are many, perhaps, Wait have so trifled wl.h their eons'.ilatlona, thit they tlunk themselves beyond the resell of medicine. Lemot even these, desp.lr. The tlixtr deals with disesso as it exists, without reference to causes, and will not only remove the dinoidtr Itself, but Rebuild thellrokcu Constitution. The derangements of thesy.tcm, leading ton on, dis eases, and the forms ofacrvons ducarti ilselt,are so numer ous that it would require a column 10 enumerate tho mala dies for which this preparation Is a rpecifis. A lew, horn-, ever, may be enumerated, viz: neuralgia, tic dotereaux, headache, Incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpltition o' the heart, spinal afiVictions, mnseular dct, Illy, tremors, flatu lence, a pricking sensation in the fle;h. uuinbners. toioldnv ofthe liver, mental depression, W'aknsaof the wilt, indis position to move, falutuets afierexercms, brokeujleep and terrifjrlng dreams, inttbility to remain iu one place or post. iiou, weakness 01 ins procreiiie urns, sexual the mpe teccy,melancholy, monomania, Uuor albus, sinking at the stomach, female irregularities, a chronic tendency to mis carriage, emaciation, and all couip aims grcwiug oat of a free indulgence of the passloa;. alii, all barrenness that does not proceed from organic causes beyond the rutch at ' medicine. Whenever tho organs to be cU-l ujx-nare free from mil- ' formation or strlctural dlscaius It is a; erred that 1 Hlorsa's Ir.vigoraliug Elixir, will replace weakuca with strength, Iccapbclty with cEcten- ' cy, Irregularity wl!h uu fjrm an t natural actlvliv, and this i cot only without hazard of reaction, bat with a happy elect ' on the general organization, j: r l'--ar Io mtnd that all ' maladies, wherever they begin, Bnlsli w UU the nervonssys. 1 tern, and thattbe paralizatiou of the i.erves of motion and sensation Is physical death. Bearin uiIr.daIjo,thMl for evo- 1 ry kind of uervous disease the Eilx.r Coidlal 1) tho only je- ' liable preparatloa known. ; Cure of Nervous' Diseases. No language can convey an adcquatldea of iholmiaodi ateand almost miraculous change wl.l. h Ji occasions in the iliseased, debilitated aud shattered nervous system, whellier broken down by excess, weak by nature, or liupa.reibylck uess,the un.trungand relaxed organ zatlnnlsatoiicnnntced re-vivlfled and built up. The mental aniphjsical sym-.oms of nervous disease vanish together urder its ir.iluenre. Nor is the flfect temporary: ou the contnr,, tho roliel Is perma nent, for tbe cordial properties of I lie medicine reach the constitution itself, and restore It to lu normtl condition. Wellmay tho prerrat!on be cal'edth.4 . Medicinal A, ondrr. pfthe nineteenth century. It Is. as th first scientific man la I the world would havx admitted, that miracle of medicine heretofore snpposed to have no exUtance. A Stimulant that Entails No Re-Action. Its force Is ncverexpanded, as U ihAease with opium, alco holic (reparations, and all other excitants. The effect of thee is brief, and itmay well bera'd ofhlm who takes ihcra, "Tbe last state of that man is worsa than the first" But the Elixir Is an exhilerar.t without asniledrawback safe In lis operation, perpetual In Its happy infiul nee upon the neives, the mind, and the entire organization; it wtlulsoreraovt' de p res dons, excitement, a tendency to blush, leep!?s4uess, dislike of society, lacspacity lor study .r busl.ioss Loss of Memory, Confaston, giddiness, rush ofblood toihahead.meliDrholy, mental deailitf, hysteria, wretchedna s, thoughts or self de struction, fear of Insanity, hypochonrtria-Is,dyspepU gene ral prostration, Irritability, ncrvoaane-e, Inabliiiy to sliep, tions, hvsteria, monomania, vague terrors, palpitation of the1 j uiseasesinciuent 13 iemaies,uecay 01 uio propngaucgitine 'STil: I man testimony, absolutely Infallible. A Great Medicine for Females, -, The unparalleled effa:ts of this great restorative, in all complaints Incident to females, matt a new era In the an nals of modicine. Thousands of stimulants hare been In vented thousands of Invlgo rants concocted all purporting tibe specified In the various diseases and deraugemeiits ta which thedellcate formation of woman render her liable. Too re-alt has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums have indeel imparlod a momentary vivacity to the nervous system, a transient and delusive vigor to the muscles; bat this 11 ish of relief has been aueceede I by a depression and prostration greater than before, and ihe end has too often ueen utterlytoparaljrethe recuperative, power of thener.es and the vital organization, and finally Io uestroy tho uniappy patient. Butln Morse's Invigoratius Elixir, is presented as a phenomena In the materia meJiea hlthorto unbenM of a stimulant without a reaction. The herb which forms Its main ingredient, has been al mltted by all the great medical and pharmaceutical ins'ilu tionsof Knrope to beln this respect till generis Dr. Morse, whose name is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov ered the production tn Arabia, when his attention was exil teduythe wonderfally invigorating eriests it pr iduced upon the natives, la fact the wonderful power of endurance, the exhauslless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes. in their desert pilgrimages, Is attributable to the use of ltd vi talizing herb. An appeal la made to Every AVomnn of Sense, who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousnes., tra- , mors.palns in the back,otanyother disorder, vbeiherpecu ' liar to her sex, or common lu both sexes togirelhe luvlgo-riltiii-Cordial a trial. Married Persons, crofters, will find this Cordis! afterthey have used a bottle or two, a thorough regenerator ot tha systeiu. In all dlrec tlorsaretobe lounl the happy parents of healthy offspring, who would notbavo been to, but forihis extraordinary prep aration. And it is equally poient for the many diseases for which it Is recommended. Thousands of young men have been lestored by uslag.lt, and notin a single Instance has it failed to benefit them. Persons of Pale Complexion, 1 or consumptive habits, are restored b) Ihe use of a bottle or two to bloom and vigor changing the skin from a pale, Jul ' low, slcklycolor, to abesutiful florid loaiplexlou. 10 me .tu-iiuku, n.p.e aresomeof the tad and itietineholv eSVcts produced by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back and limbs, pains In the Lead, dimnes of sight, loss of muscular I power, palpitation of the heart, djsoepsls, nervous Irritabil ity, derangement of the digestive !unciions,geneiaIdebltity, I symptom, of consumption, ic. Menlallv, the fearful effects on Ihe mind are much to be 1 dreaded." Loss of memory, confaion ofideas, depression of I spirits. evil foro-bodlngt, aversion to society, self distrust, love ofsolltnde. timidity, etc., are 101m of the evilsproduced. 1 All thus afflicted Before Contemplating Murringc. shonld reflect that a sound mind and body are Uie most nec essary requisites to promote connubial hapiness; indeed, without these, the lourneylhrooghllfj becomes a weary pil grimage, the proect hourly dark ens tbe view: the mind Im - '""e-f ..... : .... . . .:.v . i " --:r-j ,.--r,,".7..i : renectioutnai lue oappiuesa ui uiwh mm ongmeu wiili jour own. Parents and Guardians. An, often misled with respect to Ihe causes and sources ol 1 diseases In their sons snd wards. How i.fien do they ascribe . I toother causes of wasting of tbe frj;ne, idiocy, madness, pal- I 1 pitstion of the heart, Indigestion, derangement of the ner- Ivous system, cough and symptoms Indicating consumption, when tho truth is, that they have bejn ludulglngink pernl- ' clous though alluring practice, destructive both to mind 1 and body. 1 Caution, I Uk. Moaax's Isviookaiiku Culdul has been counter- 1 j fcitcd by souio unprincipled person. 1 in future all tuercuuino lyoruui wiii aaveinei.ruiirieiors fac-siialio pasted over tbccsrkof cath bottle, and the !ol- N.Y." In pint l'mcx $3 DO per bottle; two for ? Iftalx for $18 00. C. U. lU.Vil, PKiPKlEroK, 1 Broadway. New York. Sold by DrnggijU throughout the uimsd states I snn West lnata.antl also OT V. 1.1. i - ..... . ... ,. .. 1 lrt,!f. ,.""inS,COrn0rof ,1"rke.1. Nashville, Tennessee. PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE' For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relicr of all tlnwe Sympathetic Nervous Alrections attendant on Presmmcv. Mticli of the suffering attendant upon the live? of females the nreseut day may be traced to some slight imprudence J or neglect during some critical period of their peculiar sea- sons, causing obstructions, irregnlarity; Ac, which, if not relieved, gradually weaxens anu ueranges ine system, anu oy sympathy induces those chrome forms of disease Con- gumption. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, so which either hurry them 01 to aa early grave or renaer mem invalids tor u.e. juany 01 . .. - - r n ,, ,....i .1- : 1 .,.! , the direst and loveliest of creation, at thatage when tlie bud I was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died frcm . I UlC CUV1.IB in ..u..... ......W.J ...... ... ... .... .-....? j ...... 1 nature at that eventful period. TRY THE PHIL0T0KUN. It is not offered as a cure cf all ills that fiesh is heir to, bat as a remedy and preventive for u certain class of com plaints in which it is warranted to do all that is here set forthi-or that medicine directed with experience and skill can perform. Sold by SCOA'IL & MEAD, HI Chat tie? street, New Orleans. General AVhoIesale Agents for the 5?nuthem States to whom all orders mnst be addressed. jnlyl ly dtwAw. XTEGROES FOR SALE. The. subscriber lias far tl.at. t-.a will Sell at private j sale to riersons residents iu this State, and who Intend to keep them therein. Residence on the Nastvilla and Fnjnfc- . i;n Tnmnike. 11 miles from Nashville. -l- litlili. augSl im. "T 7" ALU A RLE DAVELLING HOUSE FOR. V SALE. The undersigned offers for sale bis residence oa Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired. Term, made known on application to q Or In my absents to G. M. 1 0GO, one IT tf. ,-'-.- ..3a'. -.aaal I II MEDICAL. in Medicine. ! GC . . a. t i if ' - . i rv .r vav . kvtr j.sr rrTMiA t j IKS " n-oTiiE pruLic n vmv .y a Co., ran "5 1 uvontors. Manufacturers and Proprietora of the justly celebrated 1L 1 Remedies, nere the Brut to discover a Itemeily rx.wsesinK the Mvefous and 31 irraculons power r etoppmgthe most Kxcruciaung Pains m an insianL ai ef C"IU!? allJ S,P'. eir intetnal or ex- Pr?nJ r n, ,mnu'. amfsootlong the tnost severe .1 tr . 1,1 vn,,'.Sw?y UisJ Deposing. ",elV . Ven Do ConstnutiSn andIouFtrt',eal,b'htrEnS,U Vi rJ!Lvih?J!fto-Ra!Tef. r- M Acuta 1 T.lieofeXterriallv. or taken "ST.1 ,s a.P- ,. : f " ' "- -j.;eruau ine moment ,. . -,- . .jewm, nwm sup uu . most excrucikuncr tiin nnH nu.lrlt-.n.. : most excruciati'mr cain and ouirklr n.,.r.A ;, RHEL'MATIS.1.-Mr. Granger, a mason well known in I.rooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. lUdwav's Ready Lehef relieved hitn from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled him to walk two miles witliuit Ihe aid of stick or crutchiiu three days, and cured him entirely in one week. Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful as the above, hare Uen cured bv R. It. Relief. CHOLERA MORBUS. Radtvav's Ready Relief will re lieve the sutTerer from all pain in dfteen or. twenty minutes. It will cure the most depserate cases in a few hours. NEURALGIA The moment R. K. Relief is applied it allays t he mast painful paroxysms. It will always cure. SICK HEADACHE It, will relieve the moat distre sing pains in fifteeu minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. AGUE. In ten minntesa tei spoonful cf R. R. Belie win siopine t.iniu ana oreak tbe r ever. ! entirely atop the miu. It 1 educes swellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, re- uioic oruisew, bus y mo most violent irritations, r or all pains u R. It. Iteiiet Look for the signature of Radway Co, tneaeh bottle. R. NO. 2. Radway' Renovating Resolvent. ,fcvw..ea,pivuo.ivs, l.euuuos. it cures crvfulj. Tumors. Bleeding of the- Lunga. Syphilis, Uwbiumption,. Sore.., Rickets Astlinta, Nudes, Bronchitis, Fever Soros, Ulcers, Ervsioelas. St, Vitus' Dance. Salt Rheum, Canker, Rash. Tetteri, Ihe above eighteen complainuj li. R, Resolvent will posi tively cure. It renovates Ihj system cmpleieh-. Resolving away from the Solids all impure PoUouoUs and Diseased Deposits, free ing the Btaod aud Fluids of Life fioui all corrupt humors, re-loring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength, to every Organ dud Member of tho body. LETTERS FROM HIGH AUTHORITY. Hon.J. J. Middlcton, of Waccsaniw, S. fi, writes us underdate ofMay, 2d, lS5,that Radway's Rcuuvuting Re soh cat cured one of his negroes, ou hia plantation at Beau fort, ofa Scrofulous complaint, of many years' standing. The poor fellow was u dis-.rus!inir obiect of nitv: be wa.s'u. moving mass of sores. The other negroes could not remain. 1 in the some ptaoawith him. He was eutirelr 1 . Rjulway'o Renovating Isvdvent, and is now at wi u.e planUtion. To tie people of S. C.Mr. Mid cured by work unoit plantation. To the peooleof S. C.Mr. Middleton m well known, said In tlu noliiienl world Mr Middloi, ; n stranger. ; SClCOFUra. MTien the patient has been afflicted for I fiveyeirs. or under, favorable symptoms will apjiear on the alum, nai aiier using rw ic iiesoivem; Ten vears ou the Fifth day. Seventh ilay, . Tenth day. Fifteenth day. Twentieth day. Thirtieth dav. Fifteen years Twenty'years Thirty years Forty j ears l illy years We have had cases where old men of sixty years, who hare been scrofulousall tlnir lives, entirely cured by Rad way's Renovating Resolvent. K, R. Iiemediea exhibit their elEcacy immediately. They do not keep the afflicted pain stricken suDertr lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit iheir elllcacy; instuuily relieving pain, renovating restoring, le- sirength". ini'iaing, ana regulating me u.seaseu oouy, to lieaitu ana f"?0-,,'.0tS?jr,.n' Co.Gx,.underda(B ducod that no one would give a ttirip for her life," She was so covered with sores tliat there was not a spot cf pure flesh of the size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire ly cured by Radway's Itenovaticg Resolvent NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of AVestford. Mass., has been covered with sores for nineteen years, and cured by li. R. Resolvent. SALT RHEUM. Toe most obstinate cases of Salt Rheum will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT. One gentleman whe supposed that this complaint was he reditary inhisOmilr, and had been afiicted with Salt Rheum since his birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles I ofthe renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum en tirely eradicated from his system. j IT REGENERATES every organ and member ofthe body; it makes sound, healthy and stong all weak; diseased 1 and unsound parts. I AVEaKNESS, In Male or Female, is quickly cureJ,and , the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and : healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or diseases ot eitner one or more 01 the generative organs, are quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and s.imd condition. . LOWSPIRITS-NERVOUSNESS. In women, the nu merous complaint and ailments which cast such gloom over their spirits, a few doses ofthe Renovating Resolvent will quickly remove, and the most nervous, Qloumy and ile dcpressedfeel healthy, strong and happy. I'ersons wishing this remedy will please ask for Radway's Renovating Resolvent. Its price is one dollar per bottles. No small bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Each buttle bears the fac simile signature of RADWAY 4 CO., 1C2 Fulton it N. Y. II. JL 11., for sale by Druggists generally. J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee. MANDFIELDS A CO, Memphis. UUDOIN, AVELLS A JOHNSON, novl 1m Chattanooga. Aud Druggist and Merchants everywhere. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER, a 'HE great Remedy for Rheumattsm.Gout, pain in tbe Sid . Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil White Swellings, Hani Tumors, Sliff Joints, and all taxed pains w hatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot exist These Plasters possess the advantage of being put up in 1 air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues m all cli I mates. I This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively 1 used Sy Physicians and the people in general, both in this j 'country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any I tiling about it Y'et there may be some, who stand in need ' of its healing powers who have not yet tried it Fur their j sakes we will simply state what it has done in thousand ot 1 cases, and what it will do for them when 'ried. A A'OICE FROM GEORGIA. Read the follow ing testimouy from a Physician. 1 Gentlemen. Your Hebrew I 'hisler has cured me of pains ' of which I lave suffered for twelve years past. During this period 1 labored under an uCIiction of my loins and side, and tried many remedies that my own medical experience pug I gested, but without obtaining relief. At length I used jour I Plaster, aud aci now by its good effects entirely cured. ' will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all ' who tut: sufr.riugfiom contraction uf the muscles, orpenna ' cut pains in the side or bict. 1 The pet-pie of Georgia have bnt to becomeacquaiuted with 13. virtues uncu ruey win rewiv) 11s ue. Youis, truly, -JI. AV. WALKER, M. D-, loFsyfUey Muuioe county, Ga. ' ' T6'IIessr3.Stovi? A Mead.. New Orleans, lac, ,' ' JKAV DAA'IDIi.OK IIEUUEAl ViaSTEU IX NORTH CAROLINA. 1 Messes. Scovil A M1j:-'-1 have tceu trouble-I with the ! chithicrheuuiatisiii ft-r tlie last tneive years. On the 1st ot 1 ralv lbi'i. I was ro bod that I could 110V turn Errself In bed. and the pain so severe that 1 had lot tieta wink fur six days. ; pains 1 G. AV. McMlNN. Hendcrsoaville.N'. C, Aug. 16, lSSo. ts :zr isr w rsr &r k Hewarocf couuterftslts and baso imitations! ;"lhe genuine will in future have the signature 1 Taylor oa the steel plate engraved label on tlie top of each. box. ... Purchasers are advised tliat a mean counterfeit onias ar lclrs is in existence. ' - , Tlie genuine is sold only by us, and our ageats appoinf ei hroughouttlioSouth-aod no pedlar is allowed to sell it. Healers and purchasers generally ""'"l 1 ingnr but onrrrgulsT agents, otherwise they will be impos- gt SCOVIL & MEAD, r or sale ny ul ciartns f, wt Kew 0rlms. G-neral Wholesale Agentsfair the Southern States, to whom. all orders musi w a-- Sold by EWTN, BROWN & Co., Nashville, Tenn. W. W. A J. It lifc.KH.1 , 60; J. M. Z1MERMAN - Co, do; . CARTAVRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do; THOMAS AVELLS, do; H. G. SCOVEJi, do. julyl-dtww UNITED fflATES HOTEL. AVGCSTA, UA. irs.n E above HOTEL is now ocen for tlio recetition of 1 PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. Jtl Tlt:s long etablislied and well-known House has imuer crse & thiiroagh alteration throughout, and furnished with 1 ew and ta-hhineble FURNITURE. , Tbe TABLE wtd always be supplied with tho llESi market affords; and tho Proprietor trusts, by a ,ysle?n course, both with serranU and the regulations of the boos generally, he will be enabled to give entire udsfaction to n2rwraTOrtim SPERAS . canaua t this time my atteuouig r nfivian i.tecnoed tlie, "Heorew KEEG.ViAr iiicu "ccassor 10 , iHior-and it acted lAe a charm; the tlu left me and! 1 and uroao streets, ,,Iiltt ,.r ,jr th-T,,!, nt.d iW ihr. I nrit. IuUmsI ostterBS AT:rrr? I nble to rule out. 1 consider the "HeUew Plaster"' tlie best ' r.rtevery other kind or .1 .airm - . - - v,. . . . . Stamiil. I remedy for all sorts of pains now in uei I 1 fjtitl m nil lifriiffrfin iirti iitflilliia ,m 90' t HT SUNDRIES, ESTABLISHED POR TEH TEAKS. OUR, Goods, are .'ejected and purchased br OcrselreJ, with great cure la the best markets, which enables us to sell low for GASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to keep dry ; and we sell as cheap as any hoosa in the conn try. Toys. Pocker Cutlery. Pistols,' Revolvers and Self cocking; Spanish Cigars, Ac.,&c. jnlySG 1 DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET SCTJLAPIUS OR, EVERY ONE HIS OAVN PHYSICLVN TnE Fortieth Edition, w.th Oue Hundred Engravings showing Diseases and MahermatioBs of the Human System in every shape and form. To which 13 added a Treat on the Diseases of Females, being of the highest importance to man led people, or those contemplating mar riage. By WILLIAM YOUNG, il.D. Let no father be a.shamej to pre sent a aw of" the lTL.VPir.S to his child. It may save him flora aa early grave, Let no young nan orwfiman enter into rhesMMet.d.li. 5r .T,I-afiB hfe Wlth0rlt reading tho POCKET n ' , I H . nocne sul5ruig trom a hacknied i-iue, resness nights, nervous feelings and the whole train of Despeeti-sensahons and riven up r'JJ.,'rai,i,be wher moment without consultiDr tfieSfJULAPIUS. IUvetlie married, or those about to be tmirned. any irHpediraent, read this trulv asefu! book, aa it has been the means of savin- thousands of unfortunate creatures from the err jaws of 'death 3T Any person .sending TWENTY-FIVE GENTS en closed ut a letter, will receive one copy or this wort by wyl or five copies .will be sect for One Dollar. Address. (rJajt-paid,) DR. AI M. YOUNO, marchlU ly Ai 15? ffnue .Sf. fktUdtiphia. DR. AOI. McTiANE, INDIAN AND GE2MAN ROOT DOCTOR, EESPECTFCLLY amsonrices to the citbensof NashviE and vicHiily, tliat he has returned agaia after a resi mar at ail tlrru K n..r . j H.ws ,, uu lira 1 ntstiio csltumn Dim. He bia hU rjossesaion roaay certitieates from men f eminent standing certify 1 air to tlie permanent cure of the most distressing csmm ot Uie following disease, viz: Ner- 1 if 1. . . T ! n ..... . . i..i, 1 ,. : . J , Lcn . Tm to Trnsii Cancers, Ulcers. Screfluloas. Hemrmt&w nf lh. f.m. . s other Heuiorages; LMarrhoa, Dumwes: ofthe Kidnevs, Mer curial and A enereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases cf Chil dren, Worms and varioas other Diseases uicidbnt to the hu man system. Doruig his residence in the South, he attended to over tea thousand different eases, all of which ha treated with more than ordinary success. Dr. Mctane hopes from his much experience in the Medi cal 'lVofesSien and toe degree of success that has attended his efforts heretofore; to obura tbe confidence and ntronazd ofthe sick and afflicted. Nashville. Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE. rAIII,etfersklrefted. post-paid, to South Nashville. VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FAR2IF0HSAIZ . THE subscriber would call tbe attention of thos who wish to embark ia the Iron business, also those -oo wish to own a liamfcofne and fertile farm, to tbe ibllowVi; property whieh be offers for sale. 1st. Jackson Furaaeeand loads, say about 2500 acres--This furnace ia 00 lleavr Dam Creek, Dickson conatj, Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in tho State, bin.; 47 feet high. Tbe furnace, except the stack, is now being rebuilt, and will be ready to put in Wast bv the 1st of No vember. The route of the North Wwtero Kailroad, as" tor 1 eyed, passes imiuedialelr by the Furnaee. The ore ia un surpassed, and the timber and grouau aanural'lj adapted for coaling. Also, BeHeview Furnaee. and a?ut "a0 acres of land, including the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace a on Jones Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. Then, Is a good water power, and aio good farming lands attached to this property. Also, the Valley Forge 00 Jones Creek, and about 37, 00 acres of land. Tbe fait is 2 feet, and the head 6( water immense. There are some- very fine fencing labels In this tract, and it is altogether a mot desirable location. Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ere- bank in Hickman countv, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of which there-are five or six, preenthS best water powers for the sizoof the stream that out. b found in any country, Tbe Duck River ore bank is the hroest deposit cf ore ia the State, and the ore can be procured w itfiWs labor than at any bank In tbe country. It is Within half a, mile of Duck River, and the lauds around are covered with tha best coaling timber. Also, the Lower Ton net, at the Narrows of narptth. In Davidsoa county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for btulJmgs and machinery. I: isurinecesrarr tq speak of tho water power at the Narrows of H.irpeth. It is known to every one, and twenty-five years of experience enables tho subscriber to speak with eWrtamtyof its great benefits and usefulness. It is. indeed, only tube seen to be appreciated. I-astlr, mv Williamson Vatm, on which I now reside, and which for beauty aud fertility is second to none The. hr.us is large arAl'ilrj', and the out-bnildfttg of the best descrip tion. Irisafilersected bv the Southern Railroad, and also by the Nashville'' and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles from Nashville and 7 from Fraaklta. Jt is a "meadow farm," watered by Liui Harpeih, and the best evidence of insijuollty is Ihe hay proBeed ou it this year, which ail whs hare seen it, pronounce ft the Beat thev have arer seen. ltis1 il together one ftf the mast desirable farms tor beauty andpeshtttut is in the South-west, it contains abcut i) acres. The abore property is offered ftrsale, not for the purposa of profit or speculation, bat simply from the fact that the subscriber ' health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of the care, neces uil.r incident to so much real property lo cated at different points, and renders him tinabuflo give it that personal altestkiB winch it require. Any one waning to purchase any of the above property will please call on the svibscriher at his residence, or ad dress him at Good Spring I. O., AYUttaasoa county. Ten nresee. sugiil im M.-DKLL. Cincinnati Eiausirer will publish the above until the 1st of January, l&t, and send bill to this office. 5Tall and Wiuter STOCK 07 DRY GOODS AT NICHOL'S CORNER, ale. 13. Oarntr iiart ami Market Strut t XaihriEt, HAS received hss new FaH Importations of RICH AND ELEG ANT PALL .VND WlaiTER GOODS, to which lie takes pleasure in inviting the atuation of friends and the pchlic, feeling assured that he cau offer as great bar gains a-s cart be found in the citr, IN RICH FALL AND AVINTER SILKS. .Of tbe Itteot Parisian styles, whieh sre truly elegant, in dadiiig a Lcsmtiful varuty of the richest acil liaxidsotsest Haul, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, iad Watered Silks, as hes been fn this city New unI lleautiful Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs; w itb the liKlsomet and RICHEST COilUINATION OF COLORS, Including the gar, grae, rich and elegant New ami Choice French Meiinos. The most dswirabre colors m market, embracing the tnost 1 : , i..hili ladies will Snd SeantifuL MERES, miU most beau'ilul co;ors, and la Drv GVsJ.s . suitable for T' , Xlf I Hit UUU S-;ilA JAJ"-.i w Allll.UUlin. CanUrti crape "u '-""'""T""' i-lnding the Rich. Ifrocte, or Cashmere Shawls. MOUiiNlNli GOODS OF ALL IONIS, Ofltonibtaines. Arjwcca. Cloths. Csnhi, Rkckde'Lamcs Bareges, Urenaduie. Mbuming Sleeves. Collars, fhemiutt", Hanukerebi6. anu evervihiog else suitable tor a LADY'S MOUliNlNGAVARDKOBE, Also a beautiful variety of LACE GOODS, HcnitoTi, A'slencenne, and Needle-wort Collars; Rich Camliric (Jhemizet Ws and Sleet en; I'm sales'; Jaconet and SwiM Edgings 1 nserttngs, C'aiubnc sad Swiss Flcttacmj, atmliciue work. Also a hue assortment f . LikDIES' AND tJENLEJIIUsJ'.SGLOYES, t Handkercliiefs, f'ravt; Silk,Cottiia, and Merino Coder shirts and Drawers. . IIOUKhilOLD AND FAMILY GOODS, Or Linen and Cotton sheetings and Shirtogs, Tabhl Pa- rriaskl. Narthis, TowvHngs'. Crashes and Diapets. AVOOLLKN MLiVNKETS, Quilts, FTanticts, Canton FUuineis, Wets-FIaaneJ and FIc'ENCH CLOTHS, DOE SIX AXIJ "weed Cassimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will onen in a tew davs a. beautiful assortment or the fTIST ST Y LBS OF 1'AKISIAN CLOAKS i, V AND MANTILLAS, M.-eofthe verr best material, Ar., Ac. Oil and exeaiiw this large and fine aiaortromt crgoods, suitable to the appnsching season, and you wiU not bo disappoinfed elttwr in styles or prices. -lrnor Sept-27. IO. JikME3 NICHOL. I- -sijlt sALET Four Valuable Farms, on the V"? 1 Fork River, 75 mile-s from Nashville, 20 boors travel bystage-weU timbered, good stoek farms, and Uie riter niv igible foe steamboats 7 er f month in the T? wUmg to engase In the Luaber trade, or mraMxgttoctk would do well to give me a "- AiL. DAVIS. Sept tf" At till U.S. Mail PMket Office.