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W?W??" "'J !' ' ' - ' nin - - ' ...sc.. tjt.,, ,-. .-.. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1853. VOL. XXIV. NO. 172. t.-u t.i 1p -4 l-ipf a&L Iff: i w UNION AND AMERICAN. dFFICE No. 11 i DIJADEKICK STREET. THE WKKKLY UNION AND A FnlfiAN T fui-nLJicd to subscribers a; the following rales: Single Copies, one . Ytarln&atfince. '! 50; wiihln lte'yearJS OO; Attbseud of the year U 00, Cmf fire and npwards-$2 00 . . per copy fftr oneyear. Clnbsof subscribers 'will be re- L ceiTedforrixnKnlbsAtlhoforegbingra(3. ' '"' b ? . i T heTRI-WEEKLY U published erery Tuesday ahursdsv and Saturday, at f5 per annum in aJvance;,ir.ni.'.palax J rj ran,.,.. ; ; ' '' " DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. " 155TTHE MONEY L CASES TO ACCOMTAN srjBscniPTios " Remittances of subscriptions rxuM bs wade, by mail j out ride paper will be sent eut or tbeHiate unless the order use- companied with the cash. '-THE HAZARD -' Of H&zardvillo, Connecticut A. G. HAZAKO, P&Es'r. A. E. DO CO LASS, SEC'r. CONTINUE to. furnish Gun, POwder of all their well known brands, Kentuhf fiUft, Amfrfcn .SjxyrUny fudian Jlifle in kegJ, half and quarter keg and'eanniiters of one pound eaclu Also, a full asuortmentxif Powder for "j1 ulastim; and sieving . - - purposes. The reputation of their JJun Powder Is too well known to require comment. Allwdera promptly filled at my J'jiedtr I)jjot North-east corner of the Square. S.11. LOOMIS, Ag'tforthelI.PvCp., ' aug2 tf Kashrille, .Tenn. TOO Im&s Rio Coffee i '-'IK STORE AND FOR SAZE JIT . ' "U ' NOHTH EAST COUNEK SQUARE, ' ocU tf Nashville, lExrf. r Tennessee Fowdei. '''' "DOIVDEIl Ttrnnesseo Rifle, in quarter, half and . , J. wholekes. Tennesseo Blasting, tn kegs aud barrels, A lull supply of the above description of Powdery war ranto equal to any in the market, alwayon band and for ' saletj julylS CllEATIIAU, WATSON i CO. AFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine aafcty.rFuse br the original manufacturers, for sale Iy ..... ' CHEATHAM, WATSON Jt CO. o , jy!5 U.Oobdos & .Co.'a., I'nblic Square. ceou(;e w. cook-, att0bney at la w and landaoeht. Woco Villupn, Texas. WILL attend to the' collection ol debts, and Uie inveiti gation'and'perfccliiig'of land titles in Texas : - no-ERKycis . ' lion. O W. O. Tottox, lloa.NAitiAX Get ex, , " It. O. M'KixxEr, " " R. L. Ridlet, ' It'. 1fc Caedthehs Ads CiECTiirRs, "JohxI. Rciex, Governor Wji.TI. Ca.kll. ug31 twly - "MAN KiroW THYSELF." An Invaluable J!ooJcgr2v cents. "Every Family , . . . i should have a Qipy.'1- TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold Id less than ft months. A new edition, revised and improved, just issued. 1 ' n TlrTvfiMiNa upmnn -r-vTTtT AND HANI) ROOK for the ArTIjlCTi:i-contairiingan outlineorthe origin, progress, treatment and curoof every form of disease, contracted bv promiscuous sexual Inter course, by self abue or bv sexual excess, with advice lor J --lueirpreTenuuu, uniuru 111 u muuuui ooic, muiuiu mi medical tecliiucalitien. and evervlhiiiff that would offend the ear of decency, from the result ol some twenty years success- rol ileccncy, iromme result 01 sonietweniy years success 1 practice, exclusively devoted to the cure.ot diseases of a Iicate-or private nature. L i ) To whidi is added receipts for the cure of the above dis- f ul practn .delicate ! To whidi is added receipts eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. , , , TesriHONr or tub Peop-'op Obstetrics is Pex.vICol lege, Philadelphia. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN UAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those . works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, is. a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States, It anbrds me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, iu whose honor and integrity they mav place the greatest confldence. ' JOSEPH XONGSIIORE. M.D. From A. Woodwaeb, M. D'ofTesx. UxiVESsrrr, Phil adelphia. It gives me pleasure to add tuy testimony to tbf proessirmalabilityof the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, tome of them of long standing, have come under my no tice,in which his skill has been manifest in restoring toper feet health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal Weakness,"or disarrangement of the functious,produced by keif abuse or excess of venery, 1 do not kuownissupe mr in the nrofession. I liave'beeu acouainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem jt no more than justice to him. a3 well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ot . . ' ..... , . I earlv lnoiscretion. to recommenu mm as oue. in unuse mo- fessional skill and intecritv, tliev umy safely confide them Kites. atii. , i ,j j .. .... t.. ,Thisis, witliout exceplion, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published on the class of diseases which it treats. ' Avoidingall technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason ofits readers. His free from all objectiona ble mailer, and ho parent, however fastidious, e taplacingitinthehaadsofh'issons. Theauthorhas de TOted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated of, and with too little breath to pud',' and 'too lit tle presumption to impose,' he has offered to the world at , thi merely nominal price of 2."i cenL, the fmit3 tf some twenty years most successful practice " Herald. "No teacheror parent should be without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to the vouth under their charge." Peoplfa Aitoaatf. A I'resbylenan clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun ter's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, bv evil example and influence of the passions have bttn led into the habit of self-pollution without realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences tipou themselves and posteritr. The constitutions, of thousands who are raising families liavebeen enfeebled, if not brokeu down, and tliev do.notknow the csuseor the cure. Anything that can be done so to culighteli and inllueuee tho public mind' as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide-spread source of liumao wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on -the present and coming generation. Intemperance (or the use .t intoxi cating dnnk though it has stain thousands upon thou. vands,isnt(t a' greater scourge to the hutnau race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted; and, your cfl-woiter in the good work vou are so actively engaged iu." . One copy, vsecurely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ot postage, to any p.irt of the United States for 5 cents, or tf mniM r.ipi Address (tiost naid.l ' COSDENACO, .i Publishers, Do lSC, Phibda. - - llooksellers. Canvassers aud Book Agents supplied on the most liberal terms. sepf-T ly UNITED STATES HOTEL. AVGUSTA, OA. -.TUIEabove HOTEL is now open for the reception of fcl ' J. PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT HOARDERS. Jtiii Tips long established and well-known House has under , exz a thorough alteration throm;hout, and furnished with lew and fashioneble FURNITURE. tvmt. T'lie TA1ILE will always be supplied with the BEST the market affords; and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants and the regulations of the housi gcnerall', he will be enabled to give entire hatisfactiou to "those that may favor hint with their palrouage Untft lytrw JNO. W SPERAS mi. j. av. Git ay. Office in McCombs' Kew BnUding, ou Cherry Street Mttuven Di-ltriek and. Unum. deoU lm RksiDKXC- STRAYED. A DARK II AY 31 ARE ABOUT eight years old, fifteen hands high, heavy mane and tan, one hind foot while, supposed to be with foal. Infor mation oT the animal will be liberally rewarded by calling . at Price's Lit cry stable. NovlU If. AT.UA11LE "DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE. The undersigned offertt for sale his reiidenca rSpring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired. ' Terms made known on application to It, C. FOSTER, Sd. Or in my absence to U. M. T0GG. line 17 tf. . "Tati-patent MEDICINE HOUSE. WE respcc'.fullv beg leave to make known to the public that we have discarded from our Drug Slore all Potent 1 r tlJinn ml lwn(-,-f.irth will not eil2a0 in the sale of tliem. Our whole attention will be devrted to the preparation and uie of legitimate Medicines, which , it etvill warrant tobe ol the purest quality. . Particular attention given to tilling iwis "c"r 1 tions. Our prices will be found to be as low as the lpwK, astte oredetenmued not to 1 undersold by any in tins market We keep no cleiks in our employ but tho.-c ex perienced in tlie business. In csuiGrnuliouofthe above facts nil are invited to call nudseeforlhemsel.es. STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Retail Dniggists, comer (. ollego and Uuiou streets. Nashville. ""v2' ilEUJIATISM. - RHEUM AT1SM CAN be cured, either inflammatory, (acu;e) or chrome. .No matter -what form of the disease', how bad or 1m loi.p standi ig.bv the use of that celebrated A egetable Interna lemedr? Jlorlimore's Rheumatic Ctniipouud .md Ulwul PurifieV For sale by the only Agent, 11. aJtville, uovlP 'j - bC0 hU - 1"-OR RENTA ItltlCK HOUSE WITH SEVEN ROOMS, KITCHEN. Ac, No. 14 mo street be'tween Church and Broad. Notes n ilh ihe most approved security required. Applj- ut office nnOWlT Jfc6. Real Estate. AgenL "iIERIClVN liOAP. lOObtixes American Cream A Soap in bars; loo bbls American Laundry Soais in " mask. Warranted to do the work of the laundry, 111 cold Koer. either soft. hard, o, -' CO. CnTMPAGNEl-"-IOO BASKET.'f CHAS. ll'ndsick A Co.'s Champagne, a direct importation, r end the best brand ovtr brought to this matkeL Just re eled and for sale by & H0UXNC!SwORT1L DEsaaiSTs &&, DR. il. ' It. MARCHiSPS"' CELEBRATED OATHOLICON. for the relief and cure of suffering , eminent for in curative y reusiet) u eiauus pro- KT,1?,1 , called . , ., Uteri, or Falling of the .i,X?ub; - mOUr ,Mal' or "P - Whltes; Chronic Inflsui- i mation and , Ulceration ot the'Womb; Incidental He raorrhage, or Flooding; Painful, Suppressed, and Irregular Menstruation, Acs wllh accompanying .vU (Cancer excepted J no matter how severe or of Low long standing. 5jJ 1-7 'lite jjLai&oijcqn larsur- ius.es other remedies, in l ........ . I , . t expensive, and Haying the i system jn a uetier ronumoii. ju sacita. r temedr call and obtain a pamphlet (free) cbr.talning ample . . . . i. -. . I . i . .......... f" V. .. 1, ....... . ....It. ..... i . t ... ii (..-. : i: phjilclans, who Kara used It In their practice; and speak iroin incirowii uukiuuuui, sKrRicnrif.- P 15. Pecltham, M. D., XJtlco, N. Y., L. 1). Fleming, it. 1)., (inandai'na, N.Y., M. H. Hills, AI.D., Kochester,'N.- Y.i H. Y. Foote, M'. I)., STraeuse.K '. Y., Prof. Punbar. M. II.. Baltimore. Md , J. C. Orrick.Mj I) Balll- more, Md , W. IV. Katie, M 1.. cw York City, W. Pres colt, M. 1)., Concord, N. Hii'J. P; Newland,'.M." 'D., Uilca, Pamphlets had gratis at Jon.v P. DromgooleIs Patenb ,f..i.i . ,r . . . . J .' . . . i" 1 -L T . . .. 1 .? I ' 1 . 1 1 iiKuicine iioasc, ioiiveo sircct. uuicsaio uuu itciau Agent, XashTille, Tennessee. '- - " ALSO. For salo by-; , . x, ' Da. F. S. Woldrwoe, Franklin, kaia.. ErELtsvh'arlngOcld, JiMsT.rll5Ui.w, Gallatinj 'T n . i - cooc & Owix, iJibanon", .i'b1. t .! - Cionirr-A KihDLE, AlurfroesboroV Lttler adJretsr d to .Mturf. Beach Sr Brtuvssn,J3gentf at .Y.uim-y'C. C.,' if Rev. C.'S. Beard, of lime State. Glzss SrziKns, Jnri.Oth, 1F23. Messrs. lUxcu & T5rowson Sirs: 1 ,send for another bottle r yonr'-.Marchisl's' Uterine Cathbllron." ' My wife has been afflicted for eleven ears, and a variety of means has been resorted to for relief, but none was. obtained until I received this raedicluo IrpnLjou. Its Influence teems al rao'stteaifal: there was a manifest Improvement fjom the day it was taken- ' As there are a great many females In our conntrx, laboring under the affliction for w'llclu jour 'medieinb proposes a' remedy, I feel It a dnty to recommend) It to all uch. (Signed.) Cloc-oh'S. limn,,. ITp J. It. MAKCHISI & CO.rProprictors; Central l)c pot, 501 Broadway, X. Y. . tiotSI. rpifE CRIPPLE, THE LAIE. ,AXI THE JL Stiff Jointed, can liud relief in that Kxlernal Remedy, Chinese Rheumatic Alltcdote 1 A worhVs wonderful external Remedy, for tain, In that .: read folls-ase The Rheumatism; ' .'m. "See dying vegetablenllfo sustain, ' . - : Seei-mdUsolviugjvesetalc again; , - All served, all s rvln, nothing statdsalone "Whe re fierce Rheumatism Its antidoto must own. The nerves, tendoils.llzaraeiits. fibrous mcmbmies.appn-t curnscs,and muscles, are the seatj, of Rhenrnttle. Paln, Tic Doloreux,Sojralgia,Gout, Jipasms, Palsy, loss of Mu. culaf Power, wasllngund decay of the -muscles, Ifnmnmgt, Inability to move, Nervous Headache, Crick. iifthoTiefk, fit!ITJolnts,deepscated Pains aud Sorcneas, habitual Coll Feet, Pains In the Side, the hlpjoints and small ortheback. weaknessiif the kidneys, spimlJrritation, Fomaleirregular lt!es;swelie'djoliits,iicn'on.'iorgaid(5dlsorders, cramp cl ic, vomiting, dead palsy, contracted limbs, a.-cv Now we aj.peal to 3Icu of Itefiiiemciit. "Whohavea Just appreciation off r'atti, and ak"them in all candorif the above is not truo? That being. granted, wo now propose to ask you why it that internal jtemedic are always resorted tj In the treatment of suth diseases? Why give a man a dozen nauseating dotes f'incdlcino for a swelling of the ancle t Why physic a o arrto death for a fewpalnil 'Why give a man pills lor an affection of the muscles? Ah, friends.'-iio sure to' give one-pill -every L oar" lias ilahl lis thousamls. Man's stomach was ;liot de signed for the purpose of a drug More. j - . Seize UponTrutlr 'JV'' wherever vou find It.- We oiler ii medicine which wilt not devouryoirrtomach,It"ill 'not interfere lth yourregular lood.llwlilfiotrreventa healihy assimlla'tloa of your di gestive apparatus, but it is a powerful external stimulant, which pens the jiores of the skin, excites the absorbent system, penetrate, tho nerves, mut,cles, and tendons and llgamerts of the parts to which it is appiied, producing a a ffoo circulation of blood til rough .thtf Jiarts, Stimulating tho neries, rovirlfjing and building up the deadened tis ue towhirh it is applied. The Chinese Ithcitmntic Antidote is the onlv known remedy in the world that will actually andpos!tiely lestore losi nf power and energy to a palsied limb, replace the deadened, contracted limb, with IK and activity, reniovu all nervous obstructions, jnuscular con. trar-.ionsand distorttou's.loss of feeling in tho extremllios. In health, thereinust bean equilibrium In the nervous and Orculatory sj stems, and this mu.t be brought, about by ex t -trial applications. .' " ' We know thatourtheory Is a uewone,'and wilrhavo its enemies, jet wo appeal to every man's candid judgment, andaskhlmlflttsnotthe most reasonable treatment ever offered to rusnV Doiibtlen'j you' .II1 sajj-jes. Our plan has been fairly tested, aud git eu universal ,eatlsfa(tlon. In the treatment of the diseases for. which It ii recommended, it Is creating a perfect revolution. " Throw Physic totlie Dotrs ! " But man ob, most noblestrocture ! you were destined' to lite a longer and happier life! ltht'iimntism iu all itsj-'omis, , ven of twenty years standin?, yields at once t tho magic harms of this trniy csiouisniiiT ana wonucnni exieruai t-ouibiuatlon. AH tcrsuoj enecied with Gout Rheumatic ii.i. . L.tir , .t . i..i...tA,l .n.11tiimrl..1 1.1ml.. lltimn i aius,i.iiu .......... ...,. Hack canied br muscalarcoiitracllom, and loss of nervous ,'.aergy, habitual cramps aiuli'Uaaius, lots of -muscular mo tlons, spinal Irritation, weakness in the small of tho back, dfcep seated paius and wenossln tlie breast, stomach, side and loins, wasting away and shrinking of any of the limbs and muscles, are all speedily and permanently cured b) the use of one boltloof this modicine. Jienralgic Pains, asinkingatthestomachjDalptitionofthe heart, sick and nervous Ueadache,cold feet, pains in the bowels and stom ach, colic, S.c, can all Lolmmedlalely cured by" rubbing the external suruice with a small portion of this highly concen trated medicinalcompound. The External Iti'inedy for Man lsdcslined to create a new era In modical science. The wonderfully constructed Machine of Jinn Is oasllyderangod,and the slightust lnterferenco at bead quarters (the stomach) Inteiferes with tho functional duties sifeithcrono of Its organs, producing an unnatural and un--nealthy condition of man tnroughout. ' Then why drag ont a miserable existence, by gorging 30a rself with, '-a Uosa of medicine every hour," Just because it Is proscribed byoneol" the -'regular. .built I" Bewuro, young lady, jouug man, or so uiuch ' pbUonouj mineral' stuff!" 31 others nnil Father.-, who have ia their families any long standing cases ot Rheu inallni,fiout,X'Juralgia, contracted limbs, female weak ness, weakness all ulong the back, pain aroand lhekidnys, deep seated aorcpcMlii the breast, Hi.d tlldeep seated pains weadtlsevou (oseud toour agenlaud ; procure a bottle oftho irewafllelc.the new mode or treating suck diseases, and will fli.d relief never before known. Physician Ileal Thyself! If vou are suffering with any oftheabove complain!, resort lo this remedy, and after jou are cured recommend it. 1 ho two greatest medical men or the age say, "that the F.xlernat Treatment of dl-easesls destined to create a rew '! iii the hintorvof Medical Science." Anothorwriterssys, 'ilili treatment is fast commending Itself to tho Medical frofesslon." Chronic Ithcnmatism Is cured In all Cases, 1 using this medicine. Ye who are using your crutches, hobbling along, through this troublesomo world, wlih a 'stitch in the sltn''anJa "catch in the back," will find certain and permanent re lief iu this Kxteiual Medicine. inhere be any such In the city of Nashville ant surrounding country, we admonish you to go to our Agent arid procure a pamphlet and a bottle of the Chinese. Rheumatic Antidote. Put up in laree Routes, with .simple and plain directions, and sold at $300 per bottle: twobottlcs for S5l)0. A.S. YOU ATT ,fc CO , Proprietors, Maiden Lane, N. Y., to whom all orders hould bo addresed 5 Forsabsin Nashtilleby J. P. DROMGOOLK, novit d'tw Only Agent, No. 1J College street. Y AMIABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE The undersigned being uuthurized by n resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Nashville, ait its meeting on the Hlh instant, to disjKjse ofthe following xaluable piopertv, to, wit: Ids, Nos. 22 and 23, on the west side cf Summer street, fronting on said street 30 feet and running back 210 feet to nu alley, on which there is a twostory BRICK TENEMENT, occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Lot No. 23. sifiuted on the west side of Cherry street south of Broad siiwt. fn.ntini? on Clierrr street 53 feet and running back asofeet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS,- one of BRICK and one ot WOOD. The abovo lots will bedivided to suit purchasers. For n inoio particular description ot said lots, reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages COo and Gofl iulhe Register's office of Davidson county. The above property will besold-at private saleatnny time between now aud the 17th day ofTJeccmbcr next, and if not sold previous to that time, will bo offered oajthat day at PUBLIC SALE. ' The above named property will bo sold on a credit orone, two and three years. Notes payable in Bank without inter !st vt ith eooJ "endorsers, and alien retained until the pur chlsS mofcy is paid. V. H. HORN, Mator. oct2i tr. J. .11. CURREY, Umlci taker anil Coilin-innkcr. CVU.je ttrttt, AV. opposite Seicanee House. BEGS lcve to inform his friends and the publicy".E. i gencrallv, that ho has opened a regular Cof-v-5?s liu Room, and liat ins bought tlie right for manufacturing and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skiff's IWeut Indistruct lble Air-tight and Air-exhamted Bunal Cases, the best now in ufofor prerting the airps, he will, keep a supply of tlicni coiistaittlvon hand, together with an assortment of Hllkimlsotcoteitd and wood Collins. He is )reparcd to inniish s-.md ih-ar.-esxnil iinVnmnber ofllacks that may ' be tvau'ed; als.shrou 1. of e cry description, madcitrMhe bst style, togeiher witn ererv equipage necessary for lune iids. All telegraphic despatfie or orders from Steamboats und Railroads, or irom the surrounding country Wilt' be -promptly attended to.- Particular ntteution paid to pre paring and eneasmg bodies for transportat on. All orders left at his Furniture and Collin Rooms promptly attended tn, both night and day he will give his personal attention toallfuaerals. Chargesmodera.e. J. IL CURREY. V It Kumiture mid Maltrasses of every description made to order aud of the best materials, aud warranted; also furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch. aug27 a is. T70R SALE. i'onr valuable Fanns, im tlie Caney Fork River, 75 mile", from Nashville, 20" hours travel by stage well limbered, good stock farms, and the river nat igable for steamboats 7 or S months in Iheycar. Those wishing to engage in the Lumber trade, or In raising stocek would do wellto give me n call. A. I DAVIS, Sept tt b AUhe U.S.. Mail. Packet Oflice. mn Tif f.' TInT.T7 If ATltVAY Sr ).. THE J JT "Inventors. Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly celebrated It. It. R. Kemcdies, -were the first.to uiicover a Remedy possessing the Marvelous and Jlirraculous power of atoppingtbe most Excruciating Pains in an instant al- of stopping tbi lajing Uie won , tenia!. In n fei ' Paroxysms of as soon as anp! j three Remedies worst wanips anu spasms, ciuier internal or ex- few minutt.'i, and soolhing the most, severe aroxysms ot Kheumatism, neuralgia, ana t tc uoioreux. as soon as applied. The It. R. It. Ucmediea consist ol three Rfcinediesacli posiessiDg quick and wonderful pow t ers over certain, complaintsud diseases and will instantly T ' HtiMEYE the Human System from pain. I KEOULATE-each Ormin to Uealthy Action. - RESOLVE awav ell Diseased Depositee 1 .RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors. REBUILD the Weak and Broken Down Constitution. RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all unsound and worn out parls. R. R. R. HO. 1, Radway's Ready Relief, for all Acute Complaints, In'eraal or External. The moment it is ajv plied oxfernally, or taken into tbo system, it will stop the most excruciating pain and quickly lemovo its caiLse. ' RHEU.MATISJ1. Mr. Graneer, a mason well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years, Radway's Ready Relief relieved him from pain iu fifteen minutes, enabled him to walk two.miles without the aid of stick, or crutch iu three days, and cured him entirely in one week. Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful as the above, have been cured by It. It. Relief. CIJOLERAMORBUS. Radway's Ready Relief will re lieve Hie sufierer from all pant iu hOeen or twenty minutes. It will euro the most depserale cases in a few hours. NEURALGIA. The moment R. R. Relief is applied it allays tho most painful paroxysms. It will always cure. SlCK HEADACHE. It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen minutes.- Itttill likewise prevent renewed attacks. AGUE In (en minute3 a tea spoonful ofR. R. Relie will slop Uie cuius aim break me fever. Aches, of all kinds, Pains of all kinds, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, lameness. One ap plication ol'Kadway's Ready Relief will, in a few moments, entirely slop the piiu. It minces- swellings, heals sorcj. cuts and wounds, re moves' bruises, 'allays the most violent irritations. For all pains use R. H. Relief. Look for the signature of Railway S. Co. oneach bottle. R R. R. NO, 2. Radway's Renovating Resolvent. Resolves, Renovates. 'Rebuilds. It cures Scrofula. Tumors, Bleedinsr of Ihe Luiifrs. Syphilis, Consumption, Sores, Rickefs, Asthma, Nodes, Bronchitis, Fever Sores, Ulcers. Ervsipelxs. St. Vitus' Dance. Sjlt Rheum, Canker, Hash. Tetters, the above eighteen complaints Jt. n. ne.-oirem win post, lively qure. 1 " It'renorafc the system completely. Resolving away from the Solids all impure Poisonous" and Diseased Deposits, free- iug the Blood and Fluids of Life from all corrupt humors, resiotjng Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to every Organ, ami Member of the body. libTTElla tUUJl illlili AUlllUHH 1 . Hon.J. J. Middleton. ofWaccamaw, S. C, writes 113 under date of Mav. 2d. 153. that Radway's RcnovatingRe- solventcuredoncof his negroes, on his plantation at Beau fort, of a -Scrofidous coinpUint, of many years' standing. The nocr fellow was a disinistinir obiect of pity: he was a inOvingmass of sores. The other negroes could not remain in xncsame piacewim 111111. 110 tvus euiirciy tiucu oj Itadway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon the iilaulatiou. To the people of S. C. Mr. Middleton is .well known, and to the political world Mr.Middleton is 110 stranger. SCROFULA. When Ihe patient has been afJhcled for five years, or under, favorable svniptoms will appear on the TllXKU iAX atier using Jt. it. iiesoivem: Ten years on the Fifth day. Fifteen ) ears Twenty years Thirty years Forfy years Seventh dav, Tenth day, " Filleenth'dar, Twentieth day, filty years llurtietti day. We have had cases where old men oCsixfy years, who have been scrofulcusall their lives, entirely cuieil by Rad way's Renovating Resolvent. R. R. Remedies exhibit their eflicaev immediately. They do not keep the afflicted pain- stricken sufferer, lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their .euicacy; insumiij relieving pain, reuotuung, lesionng, ic bu'.Iding, and regulating the diseased body, to health and strength. Mr. W. B. Oliver, ol Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga, under dale of May 80, 16o3, writes "that a servant girl who was so re duced fliat no one would givo a llu ip for her life," She was so covered vt ith sores that there was not a spot of pure flesh rifthe size" of a silver dollar ou her whole body, was entire ly cured by Radwav s Renovating Resolvent. NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Weslford, Mass., has been covered With sores for nineteen years, and cured by R. R. Resolvent. SALT iLUfcU.M. ii.emost oosiinaie cases 01 allHueuII will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT. One gentlemau whfc supposed that this complaint was he reditary in his family, and had been afllcted with Salt Rheum since his birth, was cured bv the use of a few bottles of the renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum en. tircly eradicated trom tus system. IT REGENERATES every organ and member of the body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall weak, diseased and unsound parts. WEAKNESS, iu Maleor Female, is quickly cureJ, and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and healthy. Impotence anu .oclurnai ttntssions m men, or diseases of either oue or more of the cenerative organs, are quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and snind condition. LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In women, Uie nu merous comDlaints and ailments which cast such gloom over their spirits a few doses i.f the Renovating Resolvent will quickly remove, ana tne most nervous, uioomy anu ue depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy. Renovating Resolvent. Its price is one dollar per bottle. No small bottles, nor is the cenuine ever sold for less. Each bottle bears tha foe simile signature of 1 I. Hit ,.-.1 ..lln .1 V V R. R. R.,for sale by DruggisU generally. J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Agent for Tcnnnessee. . MANDKIELDS & CO, Memphis. HUDGIN, WEl.Ii5i JOHNSON, novl 4m Chattanwga. And Druggist and Merchants everywhere. FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF Covghs, GUlt, Injlutnzi, Asthna, JlroncAitin, spitting it Jlhxkl, and all other Lung Gonjilaittls tending to CONSUMPTION. THE GEEAT COUGH REMEDY! EEADEUI have you a Cough, which you are neglecting under the idea that it is only a common cold, lliat it will soon "wear itself out?" Itafrieiidlellyou,inallkind ness, what will soon be the probable result. In a short time, II you continue to neglect yourseu, you 7, .- rl - r t:t..-.. . ..inn .M. win ocgni io icci a ociis, u i .u..u.3.. ut.1. - M,...t BPromnmierl tt ith freouent sham dartinir pains. Then a dry. hacking Cough will set in, and when you raise anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy matter, streaked, iierhaps, with blood. If you still take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you wi 1 1 m urn have Hectn ectic Fever, Cold Clulls, iiglit Mvt-.us,u.'pi- ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you stilt Friend! have vou no cause to oe alarmed? In the above sketch you may seensin a glass, how every case of Con sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a Xital 'terniinallon. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this great Destroyer has gathered to thetomb, every single case bean with a Cold ! Ifthis had been attended to, all might have been well but, beingncglected, under the fatal delusion that it would " wear itself," it transferred its deadly action to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the flame, until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate eaviti", by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At his crisis, tlie disease is very difficult of cure, aud oftcutime seis at defiance all human means. . In the laUer or worst utage, this medicine will oftentimes arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will always make the patient more comfortaole, and prolong his life, and is therefore worthy of a trial; but inits incipient or forming periods, Consumption isas curable as any other disease, and "Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Livertvorth. Tar, and Canchalagua," if taken at this time, will cure it lf AS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN I J3 This is strong language, but we can refer you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TRUE! And therefore, tte earnestly exboit every man, woman and child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med icine by you in the house; und whenever you take Cold, do not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, buteradi cate it thoroughly, at once, by this pow er, fully healing com pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry jou in tull vigor to a goou oiu ugc i b MOTHERS! Have vou delicaU, weakly children, who are always taking cold, "and subject to Croup? Remember! There hever was case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold ! And when tour child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, jou know not thai, before morning, Croup may not set in, and ere you can get a Physician, your dear child maybe beyond the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you value the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the house, and when your little ones tike cold and commence couching, give it to them at once, and rest not until the cangh is entirely snbdued. We conscientiously aver, after the most extended experience, that if this advice were followed no child need ever DIE OF CROUP, for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at this ag gravated and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially, heed s. .11 ir.. -omni-lr flint slin insr not hereafter, when mourn ing over the early blight of some cherished biossorn, have occasion billcrly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect. It is an old adage, that "to be forwarned, is to be forearmed. Parentsl so let itbeiuyourcase. ,vPixrnriT , Be.sure.to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' &yrup of LN ERWORT, TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on T0U, SCOV IL A MEAO, 111 Chartrcs Street, New Orleans, Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications for agencies most be addressed. Also sold by BLRRi, lulvl Agents. 7 ArtiSTA, July 15, 1353. MEDICAL. DR. MOUSE'S I NVIGORATIXO CORDIAL, aPhenoraenon In Medicine. I Health. Restored and Life Lengthened, by DR. MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXIR OK CORDIAL. For centuries, Modlcal science has been ransacking the vegetable and mineral klnrdcn1,tn search of something that should restore the lost Or decaying ciierglesof the ncrvoas and muscular systems, without thedrawback of subsequent Erostration, which all stimulants, tonics, aud narcotics had croloforo entailed. That something has beca found. - It I t Arab a theSwuy.by thecclcbmed FrofessorM.Morse.well I known as a-distinguished member of the leading scientific i societies ol mo uia nrid,anu eqnallr aistinutoheu as a jiujsitiBu, a vueiuisi,uuu a traveler. 1 no juices ii inisnuro, concentrated and combined with othor tegetable hiedlclnal . v. ! . : .. .. 1 1 . 1 1 extracts, are now producing results horctoforo unheard of, In this or any other country. At first the propertiot attribu ted toProf. MORSE'S INVIGORATING KL1XIR OR COR DIAL were deemed fabulous. The public often deceived could notbellevo tho simple and sublime truths annonuced by the discoverer. Hut facts, undeniable facts attested by witnesses or tho highest class and character, are now trl umphlDg over all donbts. INCREDULITY IS OVER THROW N,by a mass of testimony which I) perfectly Irre sistible. The Elixir remodfes, In all cases, the deplo'rablo evils arising from a misute or abase of the various organs which make up Ihe wonderful machine called man. It restores to Tull vigor every delicate runction connected with that mjs terlous compound agency or matter and mind, necessary to the re-production ofhumau life. To persona of feeble mus cular frame, or deficient In vital power. It Is recommended as the only means or communicating that energy which Is necessary to the proper enjoyment or all the natural appe tites, as wellas tho higher ruontal attributes, lis. beneficial effects arc nntconflned toclthersexor to any age. Thefee bleglrl,the ailing wire,thellstlru,erncvated youth, Iheot-er wnrii man 01 ousiness, me victim 01 nervous depression, the Individual buffeting from general debility, or from the weakness orasingle organ, wtll all flndlmmedlato and per manent reliefrrom the use of this Incomparable renovator. Tolhosa whohavoa predisposition to paralytis It will prove acomplete and unfailing safeguard against that terrible mal ady, rhere are many, perhaps, who have to trifled whh their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach of medicine. Lemot rven these despair. The Klixlr deals with dlseasa as It exists, without reference to cauos, and will uotonlyremovetho disorder it.teir, but Rebuild the Broken Constitution. The derangements of the system, leading to nervous dis eases, and the forms ofnervous disease itself,are so numer ous that it wonld require a'CoIumn to enumerate the mala dies ror which this preparation Is a specific. A few, how ever, may be enumerated, vli: neuralgia, tic dolereaux, headache, Incipient paraltsls, hysteria, palpltitloa or the heart, spinal affections, nmscnlar debility, tremors, flatu lence, a pricking sensation In the flesh, numbneis, torpidity orthe liver, mental depression, weakness orthe will, indis position to move, faintres after exercls, broken sleep and terrifying dreams, inability to remain in one place or posi tion, weakness or tha procreatlve organs, sexual Incompe tency, melancholy, monomania, floor albus, sinking at tha stomach, re male Irregularities, a chroale tendency to mis carriage, emaciation, and all complaints growing out of a free indulgence of the passions, and all barreuntss that does not proceed from organic causes beyond tha reach of medieine. Whenever the organ to bo acted upon are rrco rrotn mal formation oratrictural diseases It Is averred that . Morse's Invigorating Elixir, will replace weakne,i with strength, Incapacity with efflelen cy, irregularity with uit'form and nataral acitilr, and this not only without hazard or reaetlou, but wllh a hippy effect on the general organization, jrp Bear In mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, finish with tho nervous sys. tem.and that the paralizalion of the neries ot motlonaod sensation Is physical death. Rear In mind also, that for eve ry.kind ot nervous disease the Klixlr Cordial Is the only re liablo prepaiatlou known. Cure of Nervous Diseases. No language can convey an adeqoato Idea or thelmmedi ateaud almost miraculous change which It nrritlmt. In fla diseased, debilitated and shattered nervous sj stem, whethor uiwruuunu ... oitji,iitaS Uj nature, or impaired byslck nesj.the unstrungand rolaxedorganlzatlonlsatoncebraced re-vlrlfledandbuiltun. Tne mental j-n.l nhwini .,,..,.. of neryous disease vanish together undor Its influence. Nor Isthe effect temporary; on the contrary, the rcliel is permi nint, ror the cordial properties or the medieine reach -he constitution itself, and restore it to Its norma' condition vtcti may iae preparation be calledthe .llcdiciual Wonder. of the nineteenth century. It ls,as thefl.-jtscientitle man in the world would have admitted, that miracle of medicine hi retofiiresuppusod to have no exlstance. A Stimulant that Entails A o Re-Action. Psforeo is never cxpando-l. as is tliocaart with nninm none ureparauous, ana all other excitants. The effect of these Is brier, and it may well be said ofhim who takes them 'The last state or that man Is worse than the first " Bat the Elixir Is an cxhllersut without asinle drawback safe inits operation, perpetual in its happy influence upon the nerves ineminu.ana tne enure organization; it willalso remove do. tions.hystena, monomania, vajuo terrors, palpitation or the heart, impotency, constipation, etc., etc., from whatever cause arisingit U, if there lsany reUance to be placed on hu man testimony, absolutely infallible. A Great Jle'tlicine for Females, The unparalleled effects of ibis great restorative, in all complaints Incldent to females, mark a new era In tho an nals of meJicir.e. Thousands or stimulants haro hi ine resun iixs neruio uru ooen unuorm. Theso nostrums have tndeel Imparted a momentary vltacitv to the nervous 8) stem, a transient anu ueiusive vigor to the muscles; but ' this flish of relief has been succeeded br a iVnma.tr.,, I prostration greater than before, and the end has too often been ntterlytoparaltzetherecnrerativepowerofthanorves a,uu ue nai oisiimtauoii, uuu anaur to destroy the unaannv patient. Batln 1,3 3IorseN Invigorating Elixir, is presented as a phenomena in the materia idedtca hitherto unheart of a stimulant without a reaction. The herb which rorms Its main ingredient, has been ad mitted by all the great medical and pharmaceutical institu tions or Europe to be in this respect tui generis. Dr. Morse, whosename is an undisputed authority In sciences', diseov' vicu miii-ivuuiutfu ni.nBuia, wiiero un &ueiuun wad exti tedby the wonderfally Intlgoratiogeffe-ts it priduced upon the natives. In fact the wonderful power or endurance, the eihaustlsss vigor exhibited by the Arab, or both sexes, iu lucil uui.iii,i,uiabus, 13BIIIIUUUI010 IC lUO US0 01 IhlS Vl- taliziug herb. An appeal is made to Every Woman of Sense, who salters from weakness,dsrangement, nervousness, tre mors, pains in the bark, or any other dlsorder,whetherpccu llar to her sex, or common in both sexes to give tho In vigo rating Cordial a trial. s Married Persons, orothors, will find this Cordial after they have used abnttle or two, a thorough regenerator or the system, in all direc tions are tobe found the happy parents or hoalthy ofiprin. " . j , . v """"naii extraordinary prep aration. And It Is equally potent for the many diseases for which It Is recommended. Thousands or youn-men have been restored by nsiaglt, and notln a single Instance has It railed to benefit them. Peisons of Pale .Complexion, or consumptive habits, are restored by the use or abottleor two to bloom and vigor changing Ihe skin rrom a pale, j el low, sickly color, to abesutiful florid complexion. To the Misguided, Theso aresome ofthe sad and inelancholv effects produced by early habits of youth, viz. weakness or the back and limbs, pains in the head, dimness or sight, loss or muscular power, palpitation or tho heart, dyspepsia, nervous irritabil ity, derangement or the digestive functions. general debility, s mptoins or consumption, Ve. .Mentally, tho fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded. Loss of memory, confusion ofi.ieas, depression of splrits.evil fore-bodlngs, aversion to society, self distrust, love orsolitude. timidity, AVc.sre tome ofthe evils produced All thus afflicted Before Contemplating Marriage, should reflect that a sound mind and bodvarotho mntn.e efsiry requi.siies to promote connubial happiness; indeed, 'deed, rypll- . V"v ''."J ",0 ,uluu " grimage,thoprosict hourly darkens the tiew; the mind be iwuui wvic. .uu iumu,i luiuuiru iiieoecomea h wnarv thi. eoinesmauoweu wnn aespair, anil imedwltn themelancholy retteetmn that the hatminesi ol r.niiiF ,.ii.t.i with jour own. Parents and Guardians. I Are often misled wllh respect to the causes and sources oj diseasesin lheirsonstnd wards. How oflen do they ascribe to olhercautcs of wasting or the frame, Idiocy, madness, pal- 1 pltatlnnof tho heart, Indigestion, deraDgcment or thenar- J vous system, congh and sj mftoms indicating consumption, when the truth is, that they have been ludulglngina perni cious though alluring practice, destructive both to mind and body. Caution, Dr. Moasx's IxvioORvrixa Con nut. has been counter feited by some unprincipled persons. In ruture all the genuine Cordial will have the proprietors fac-similo pastod over the cork of each bottle, and the fol lowing wordsblotvn intliegiass "DR. .MORSE'S IX VICO HATING CORDIAL, C. If. RING, PROPRIETOR, N. Y." TTT" Tho Cordial is put up highly concentrated, In pint bottles. PaicK $3 00 per bottle; two for S3 00: six ror 12 00. C. H. RINO, PROPRIETOR, 192 Broadway, New York. Sold by Druggists throughout the Unitsd Mates, Canada and West Indies and also by W.I'.BIIAY, successor to Cartwrlghtd: Armstrong, corner of.Varketand Broad streets, Nashville, Tennessee. loct2G d w&tlSin Y. T. GRAY, SOLE AGJCXT, JOHN .RICHARDSON, BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER, No. 22 Ctu.tn Stecrt. "Y7"OULI respectfully iuform all ttho have any use V forthe services of a Barber, that he has at this time in his employ a number of the best and most experienced operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in Nashville. His shop is filled tip neatly, mid gentlemen may always confidently rely upon prompt attention and comfor table ghat-ins. He hopes fo continue to receive a liberal share of encouragement from an intelligent public that knows how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er dusted." aug 17 BELL AND BRASS FOUHDRY. OXFUOXT, XKAK BROAD SlUXET. THE Subscriber resoectfullv returns his n thanks to the public for past favors, and so- licitsacontinuance of patronage in tne above line, also ' COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with eyery description of Metal; Turnings Metal 5c Packings, Balblt Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old copperand brass. june22 ly B. COLE. C COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. gsa. J Tlie subscriber offers for sale his residence, situ-Hjjj' atedabout3 miles from Nashville, on the Murfrees boro' Turnpike. It consists of about CO ajres, one-half in a high state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never failing Spi ings; an extensive Orchard, coirtaininga great va riety of choice fruit-trees; with commodious dwellingand out houses. A further description is unnecessary, as those de sirous to purchase can call and examine for themselves. Terms One-third cash, and a credit of one and two years on the balance. If not sold privately before the 19th inst, the premises will be offered at public sale at the Court-honsa on that day. oovfj tf S, J , CARTEIl, Drestions. exciiemcni. a lemiAttcv in k n,ii .i...i. . rii,ianrWietv.tne.,;.,i 7, ..'..je "'"i""'"'", uius. uu,su.s ses 01 toe lo.towiug uiseases, vic .er . - 1 1 j.i,uiBn. vous Affections, i.iver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and .Loss of .Memory, Fevers, Pleurisrvs, Asthmas, CiJds, Coughs, Incipient Con- Confusion, giddiness, rash of blood tolhehc.vl.mel.nniv sumptions. Rheumatisms; Weak Lunirs. Fits. Dronsies. uicuui uouiiu,, jijucim, nreieueuneis, llioucutsof selfde. I 1 1 ..i. i 1 .. . . . . .. ' J 1 1 MEDICAL. DOCTOR Y0TJESELF! THE POCKET SSCTJLAPIU3 OR, EVERY ONE HIS 0WX PHYSICIAN THE Fortieth Edition, with Oue Hundred Engravings showing Diseases and Malformations of the Human System in every shnpe and form. To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Female-', being of Ihe highest importance to married people, or those contemplating mar riage. By WILLIAM YOUNU.M.D. Let no father be ashamed to pre sent a copy or the jESCULAPIUS to his child. It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into thesecret obli. gations of marriage life without reading the POCKFT I I'L'r.fiT iTiTrr.2 1 ,...r - P . . ' . 1 iutuijaiiuj. U.-V uiiui6 ouiienug irom & nacKmeu. uougu, t'ain m tue Miae, restless nignts, nervous feelings and the whole train of Despectic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the..KSCULAFIL'S. Havethe married, or those about to be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book; as it has been the means of saving thousands of untoitiinate creatures from the eery jaws of death. XW Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or five copies will be sent for One Dollar. Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG, marehlC ly So. 1S2 Spruce St 1'hiUJelp.Ua. AFFLICTED BEAD! T) HILADFXPHI A MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 1.1 X yearsngobyDR.klMvEI.IN. Tlieoldest. surest and t0! and a halfsouares fiom Ihe Exchansre. Philadelohia. Take Particular Notice. There is a habit which ' boys teach each other at the academy or college a habil in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growingup with the boy to manhood, und which, if not abandoned in due time, not only begets serious obstacles lo matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, nntil thev find the nervous system is shattered, feel strange and unac countable feelings", vague fears in the mind. The individual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed vi-" or, or to apply his mind to ttudy; hissicpistardyaudweaE. he isdull and irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eves without natural lustre, shamefaceduess is apparent Hcte an tyntjtMM tchich tJtouU uwiktiiUn attrition of thoee limilarltj atfiicttd. If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay, and. having relinquished the odious practice, he suffers undjr those terrible nocturnal emissions, whicl weaken aud sJiaice him, producing mental and physical prostration. If Lt einancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is umruitful, and h.s senses tell him that'lhis is caused by his caily follies. To) many think they will hug the secret 10 their own hearts, and cure themselves. Aa! bow often istliisafatrJ delusion, and how many a promisingyoiith, who might have been, au ornament to society, lias faded from the earth! Young Men ! Let no false modesty deter you fron making tour cast known to one who, from education and i- spectability, can alone befriend vou. He who places himsell under DR. KINKELIN'Stroatnient,mHyreligiou.sIycoolid. his honor as a jrentreman, and in whose bosom will be fo cver locked theTsecret of the patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient fo make personal application, can, by slating their case explicitly, to getherwith all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid.) have forwarded to them a che-it contaudng Or. K.'a medicines, appropriated, accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of the ureina, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters pout " A rcnuttauce ot So cents in a letter, post Paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book ou the Secret Infirmities of Youth. sept4 wly DR. YV3I. JlcLAN'E, INDIAN' AND GERMAN E00T D0CT0E, I) ESPECTFULLY annotmces to the citizens of Nashvil, i and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanently !: catcd himself in South Nashville, at the corner of W sxsX iugton and Pearl streets, where he may at all times bo fount by those who may wish to consult him. He has in his possession many certificates from men f eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the . .1:.. . : ... .1 . . ... . Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous. Hemoptasis of the Luns. and other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil dren, Worms and various ot'ier Diseases incident to the hu man system. During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more than ordinary success. Dr. McLane hopes from his much experiencoin the Medi cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage ofthe sick aud afllicted. Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. W.M. McLANE. J2TAU Letters addressed, post-paid, ot SouthiashvUle. In Chancery at Carthnge, November Rules, 1853. James B. Jeffreys, J Tf Order of Publication'. Sannders F. M'AUister, and others. J ON MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Mxster, that Saunders F, M'AllisterLs a non-resident; it is there upon ordered, that an order of publication be made for three successive weeks in the Diion and American,- pnblished in Nashville, Tennessee, requiring the said Sannders F. M' Allisler to appear at the Court Honse in the town of Carth age on the 2d Monday in February next, then and there to plead, ausweror demur, to complainant's bill and amended bill, and in default thereof, sai l cause will be taken for con fessed and set forheariiigrsure', Ac, as to him. A. M00RF, decG 3w. Printers fee $4. Clerk and Masler. In Chancery at Cnrthnge, November Rules, 1853, Thomas L. Draper and others, l Asbury Cart right and wife, and others. ) ON MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Master of said Court, that Asbury Carter and wife, Tut ana, John II. Law, Erilina Law, Martha Law and 1-ouisa Law, are. non residents of this State; it is thereupon ordered by the Clerk and Master, that an order of publication be made for three successive weeks in the Cnion and American, re quiring said non-resident defendants to appear at the Court House in the town of Carthage, Tennessee, on the 2d Monday in February next, then and there to plead, answer ordemur to complainant's bi:l, and in default thereof, the same will be taken for confessed, and set for hearing ex nirtcas to tl.em. A. M00RE, dec Sw. Printers fee ? t. Clerk and Masf er. COACH HAEOTG. THE undersigned would respectfully in form their friends and the imblic'tliat they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watvin, No. 54, Deaderickst, wheie they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of ou reasonable terms. Carriages of every description made to i order promptly. Repairins done on reasonable tenns, and . t,e pUOiic may rely upou gettiiigtheirworkwhen promised, j I ymk Cutrus'ted to us will bo warranted to.be of tlie best , l-.-l.! o.l n,r!,.t n"!zZi K?Bwi.niivn v i . lee 3fBIClMI flUNG. Every description of LU.VLK- SMiTU'S WOICK executed in the best manner on liberal terms. I37"H0RSE SHOEING. We have inour employ expert enced HORSE SH0ER3, and the public may relvon getf'rr tneirhorsesshodin the neatest manner. All woikert trv to cur care will be under the immediate supericUlds-U. il the Proprietors, and no pains or expenf spared to give sat isfaction to all. We respectfully soli, ltf com Ihe public a im i .1 Lri.n:.....i.n.n. feb 2 ly ' CRM A-SHEPHERD, j IRA A. STOUT, COACH MANUFACTURER, No-jClakkSthekt, NasnviiiE, Ttxx., Xeitdoor to JL S. French's Grocer; Warehouse, and op posite ifurrii Jj Stratton's ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness c;JC35Jf to suit All work sold by mo is made at the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and trill be sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work I made North or East Repairing done tyith promptness and dispatch, and all persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. AU orders promptly ul tended to. maris. ST.O REWARD. 1") ANA WAY from the subscriber on the mglil of V . the 2rd inst. his neCTO bov AMOS. He is aliout 20 years of age, 5 feet 0 or 10 inches high and tt eighs. about ISO pounds). He is a bright mulatto, hat straight Imlr nml Linn eves, and will no doubt attempt to las him self as a vt bite man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of Siiarianburg District, anil was purchased by Capt James Bonds of Spartanburg C-H. He is probably lurking in the vicinity of that town, or mayattempt his escape to a free State. He rode off a sorrel horse teu or twelve years old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts, and is shod behind, is ouicfc in Gaits and steps short, holds a tine head, is sunk very much above tho eves and inclines , .i .i rpi. ..I.. .-.! , r x'ltr-pv ltftr t urn t 10 OC Spiieiui. llio auvie lunoiu v, x v i iuijiwuki will be given forthe apprehension of the boy and horse ; the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses for keeping the horse will also be paid. Newberry.S. C. July, W. G. NEEL. sepU tf - TUOlIAS UODOC. KKLSOS WALXKH. HODGE U WALKER. Barbers, Hair-Drisscrs, &c, &c, Ko. 13, Cedar etreet. HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their customers and the public in general inducements nev er before offered in this citv. Having newly fitted up our house, we feet confident that all who give ns a call will leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Drcss-in", kc, we have large, commodious and neatly furnished Brth-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as lo convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons mst step m and see with what magic we "make the hair fly, and what a salutary effect our imro water has upon a weaned and embody. . . J AND WARHANTS.-Weare bKdwbK J the very highest prices for LAND WARRANT lr sons at a distance having warrants to sell by wndingto ua by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashville, and thcash remitted orpaidtoorder.DyERpE&co MEDICAL. 1 i . M A TTEND TO THAT COUGH.-FR03V THE if1 fonvincing testimony which accompanies Dr.C. Wil L' Cough remedy we chcerraliyeVomiaond this most valu.bl. aad scieatiac preparation to alt per was inter UT .Ul h0,PU" ln"d'wtm I, living wlthoat hope, ,t?Ah.eU.'5,r J5,plftlo I, writhing under the tlm tacks or that Tell aud relentless destrojir CoxscamoM. 1 his superior preparation Is remarkably pleasant to tha taste, and has ithe singular peculiarity for medictae. of im parting a delightful flavor; and Is so sneedy la Its .men tions, that patients plainly reel Its good cffeelsln a few min utes after taking the first dose, lt will bo found to be a quick and positive remedy for arresting the formation ofTn. liclis ox tce Lcaui, and removing thosoalread; formed and also, tobe tbesneedlest and most effective of n m..i' dual agents In the core of all otherd'ueases or the Throat. Chestaml Lungs. For full Jescript ocs of Its merits, virtues, die, see Pampa lelstobe hid of the Agents. For sale Wholesale aud Retail, and oa Agency bv J.M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who -m lb (jeneral Agent for thi. popular and valuable prejuiration at the city of Nashville aai surrounding country. It Is 1 so for sal a by the follow Ing Druggists: BWIN BKOTHERS, W. F. GRAY, BERRY fc DEMO VILLE. GEOUGKW. II ENDKkHHOTT, T. WELLS. - II. G. FCOVEL. JO. G. BROWN. J. If.OURHEY, Nashville. E. C CLOUSTON, Kr,nv' n F.S. WOLDR1DGK, f 'rankltn.T. IUWKINS &ir0WLER, Colombia. And by all Druggpts in everv town In the State of Tcnnej. see, ami all the Sonlhernand Wn,tern Slates. (deel Im dtww WHOLESALE DRUG STORE. Conierof .Uarket and Ilroadst":., Nashville. W. F. GRAY, S SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT AND ARJISTUONIi. Wholesale Dealer in Hnigs, .Med icines, Paints, Dres, Glassware, and. Variety Goods, Corner if Broad dnd Maikct street, Nashville, Ten nessee. Would: resjctfn'lv inferuithe public that he has purchased Ihe stoci. of Carttvright & Armstrong, Druggists, corner of Broadway and Market, where he intends lcepiog a Urge and Weil assorted slock of Drugs, Medicine, Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Dye S'utfs, Window Glass, Glass Ware; and all other articles usually kept in Drng Stores, together with a stock of varieties suitable fur O10 Country Trade. Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers, and Planters, are invited tn call and examine the stock before piirciutsing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell at such prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality of the goods are warranted to be as represented. A large stock luring been purchased in the East since purchasing the stock; will enable him to compete with any house in the South west. He offers for sale low for cash, or on time to punctual men u00 gallons Tanuer'a Oil; Iu bbls Linseed do; 5 bbls L-trd do; A bbls Efisota Salts; 5fiO Kis Ex Logwood; 200 tts .Madder; 175 lbs Muriate of Tin; 000 HjsAItini; 250 tts Cum Camphor; COOOibs Sun Carb Soda: 00 lbs LUliargct 1000&S Venetian Red; lOOOtta Spanish Whiting; 40 bxs Boon's Scotch Snuff; 20 bxs Garrett's do do; 4 bbls Macuboy's Snuff; lOOOIbs Putty; .'00 lbs Aqua Amonia; &W tts Spirits Nitre: 500 lbs Sulphuric Acid; 50 grassM'Ijine'sVermireeSi'O lbs Nitric do; do; 20 gross Fahnstock's do; ft1 lbs Muriatic 50 gross Mustang Linament; lo lbs Strop Iod Iron; 500 lbs Red Lead; Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, ic, taken in trade at mar ket prices. octSO TITE GRiEFENBERG TVeGETABLEFILLS. ARE compouaded with the utmost care and skill, and the ingredients are thoroughly tested by the most eminent Chemists. They are especially valuable for the prevention and cure of fevers in goneral, "all HUlious and Liver com plaints, Costiveness, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action of ihe bowels, Sick Headaches, Influenza, Asthma, and a variety of other chronic! diseases, and in tine for all fami ly uses. Price, with full directions. 25 cents per box. For sale by ALEX. MACKENZIE. decS. " No. 17, College street And by every Druggist in the State. THE GR-EFENBERG DYSENTERY SYR UP. Is an unequaled remedy in nil cases of BOWEL COMPLAINT and ASLVTIC CHOLERA, if taken with tlie first symptoms, vie Vomiting and Diarrhoea. In the post wo years, it has cured thousands in this State of BLOODY FLUX, when all o'herrcrncdies had failed. Price, 50 cents per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent, College street, And for sale by every Druggist in the State. TTARSHALL'STlTERINE CATHOLICON. j,iJL. For the disease of Females, is one ofthe most extra ordinary and valuable medicines now extant It is prepar ed by Dr. Tiros. Poiiiitor, of New York, an Alopathic Physician, who has practiced successfully in lilica,New York, forty years. Its discovery was there-ult of chance, while experimenting on remedies fora totally different train ol disorders. For s'i years it bax been tested in every part of the world. In the State of Tennessee it has performed wonderful cures. I will not say that it has been successful ! in every case, but when it does not cure it neverfails to re- 1 Iieve tne most utsiressing symptoms, i am pcrmitieu uy William Parkes, Eq., of Lawrencebnrg, to state that in "a few weeks it completely cured hisnegto girl, who had been for five years in the hands of physicians who nad not been able to relievo her. For sale bv every Druggist in the Slate, and by ALEX. MACKENZIE. deol. No. 17. College street, Nashville. WOODEN WARE. We have just received ficm New York, purchased thereTtt tli Inoetl rates fr cath : Wooden Bowls, with choppers'; Rolling Pins Beef steak Maulsr I'astry Bowls, Lemon Squeezers', Lignum Vifte Faucits, Wooden Spoons, Wooden Indies, Potaloe Mashers, Towel Rollers, Bung . .tarts, Cocoa Shell Dippers, Hearth Brooms, Rat and Mouse Traps. Clothes .Pins; Juniper and Cedar Woous, Brass and Iron bound Pails Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, Butter Spade-, Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine llallsj. dec SNOW.MACKENZIE A CO. BRUSHES! BRUSHES ! Steele's best bell ' shaped Dusters, of all sizes, fancy and plain pattern! ; CornerDusters, Window AVashers, Fly Brushes, Toy Brashes. Counter Dusters, Hearth Brooms, Whisk Brushes, Italian Whisks, Common Dusting Brushes, Scrubbing Brashes, Blacking Brushes, Mops, Window Brushes, Crumb Brushes, Tea Cup Mop?. ALSO. " Bi'ckskins fur polivbinar plate furniture. For sale by SNOW. MACKENZIE A CO, deci House Furnishing store, 17 College st. IDS TO HOUSEKEEPING. Manilla Door Mats, plain and fancv; Alicnnt Mats, three sizes; Jute Mats, plain and fancy of -all sizes; (JoirMats, various patterns;. ! -.r .' Fancy l!rder Mats, with WKtd cculics;, , ShccpSkiii Mats, all colors; " Optn Mats, from -" to 1 feet trach; - u- c -i. Oil Cloth Table Mats; Falml-caf " do; Chine.-e Tabic and Tea Mats. Tlie above ai tides are fir sale at lower prices than they have ever befoie been offered in this city. d SNOW. MACKENZIE Jt CO. V 1 GUN POWDER.-JUST RECEIVED AT my Powder Deport 5o0 kegs Hazaids Kentueky Rille Powder; 230 lialvcs do tlo du do; 100 quarter do do do do; 15o kegs do Sea shooting do dor AliO. ;Q0 canisters of one pound each a very fine ar ticle. Forsaleby S.H. LOO.MIS. nov21 lm A tien t for the Iluxtrd Powder Co. CASHICASHM Z. WNTED at the South Nashville Furniture ractory.oi good SEASONED LUMBER 100,000 feet of IK inch Walnut Plank wide; 50,000 do do do do do; r.OOoO .In Q iln do do do: 100,000 do Walnut Scantling, S feel long, 4, 5 A 6 in. sq're; 100,000 do Cherry do do do; 100,000 do i inch Cherry Plank wide; 50,000 do do do do; 50,000 do 2 do do do; 50,000 do Ash, ranging from IV to 5 in thick wide plank; Also Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for which (2i will be paid on delivery. Also, 25 or SO good CABINETMAKERS wanted, to whom fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply. anl7 T u opening direct from the most fashionable Eastern manufactories : I -adies winter Gaiters, assorted colors; do Kid, Morocco and Ca'.f Skin Bool; do Buskins and Slippers; do White Kid and Satin flailers; do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes; In addition to a brge assortment on bacd for Laoiks, Get' TLKHis.Mbsis, Bon, and Caisc, adapted U the teaun to which we invite th attention of purchasers, wholesale and retail. A. B. A C. W. ROBERTSON, nov23 No. 45 College street ANDLES'. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; 2C do Sperm do; 200 do Star do; 100 do Mould do; Forsaleby may22 EDWARD3 4 HARRI3. GROCERIES. WINES AND XIQlTORK,TIinEE HUff dred bbU Leond's Rectified Whisky; 100 do Pate's do do; 50 do Robertson county D D Whiskr; 40 ' do Old Monongahela do; i-t bbis old Rourb n vtbis y ho baskets Chauiptgne; 10O 30 25 40 SO dii American Brandy; t pipes tlotfarul tiin- uo ,x t mini; do tiin; aa S M Wine; do WalWa Winter 40 boxes assorted Conha.i; 20 bbLs Old Port Wine; SO bhls pure Peach Brandy. r - . . i 10 not Avie urunar. Ale; U. . IT 1- XI- illock 2 half-pipes Madeira and art boxes assorted Bntndiei; ""trj --v ooxesturet tvine. 8 pipes Old Brandy; In store and for sale by ody BEN M. NOEL & CO U.NDIUES. O.YK HUNDRED AND TIFT Y bags prime Rio Coffee; 2io bbU St Louis Jlills Flourt Ft 100 hhdsfAirtochoiceSiigar; 50 bbls St Louis citt Ju. 1 St bbls Reboiled Jlolasses; 2 casks Madder. IM bbU Sngar-houw dc, liiti boxes Glassware: 10. t bbls Sogar-house dojleil bbls Vinegar; w 001s .AO. I txanawa tvift; 25 bbls Loaf Su; X V'il. ... , 100 keesN'ails. assorted: SO bbls Potrdere.' Sugar 20 bbls Crushed Kugur U bags Cftttao am?, 10 casks Soda. 10O Demijohns, assorted; 5 tierces Rice; 5' ceroons best Indigo; 10 bags Race Ginger; 10 baga Pepper; Ir store and for sale br oct20. BEN. il. NOEL Jt AO McCREA Jk TERRASS, Comer of Broad and College Street, KoShTiUa, Taan. AftnUfur SmiA't pitinrfhand Wieehmf, X X X, a P CtUbrated XfKJfl Ar1t'x5xAI'S'rollTEU & BROWN STOl T. .,,-f 'nowlastorethe following, which HVt unl se at 1 iburgh prices, transportation added j to-da'r : s'Inu'l,ttburBh Ate far summer use, loO. "Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale 1t!H do do forfamilvu.se; 20Ca3ks Bottled de; may22 ly B. o. ALE! ALE ! I 100 ILVRRElSMlTH'S celebrated Ale. received by Georetown. vT.ri fnr low by McCREA A TEKKAK3, nova't Broadw-' PLOWS.! PLOWS! I 100 BENT PEVtOf li Plows, juat received bv Georgetown, and loruielow b. McCREA i TERRASS, novSr Itmadnay, AiVGHORNE A: ARM ISTJUVS TOBAC CO oO boxes just received bv Ike Montic.lh and tlr Silelowby McORE.VATERK.VSS. nov27 Broadway QPiCES. 20 JiAGS SPH.'ES; O 2o ler lepier; bags Gi-r. RecelveU thLs'day per steamer Hartsrilie. noT23 M'CREA A TERR.VSS. J4 . A COFFEE 10 PACKETS BEST OLD -Java Coffee, received per steamer HurtsviHe nov M'CREA A TERRAS MAUIJER 1 CASK BEST DUlCH 3lAD der, received toy. oyjii M'CREA A TERRASS. PORT WINE 20 BAlCltELS PORT -WINF, nceived by M'CREA A TERRASS. B R.VNDY 10 CASKS SIGNEXT AND I)L- puy Brandy, received perateanier Ilartsviile. r M'CREA A TERRASS. -A DOZEN BUCKETS FOR SALE BY OU nnta! i1!: A TEKR.VSS MACKEREL 20 BARJtELS MACKEREL; SO half bbU Mackerel; .".. U's u..; Just received and for sale low by JOHNSON, BORNE A CO, nov22 Itmndway. Star" candles 100 boxes star can dies just received and for sal !w, lo cfci-y; bv nov22 J01LNSON. IIOUNEi CO. SUGAR-SO BARRELS CRUSHEU SUGAR; 20 bbls Loaf Sugar; lo bbus Poitd.r'd Uo; Just received and tor sale bv nov JOHNSON. HORN!? A CO B AR LEAD 3 KEGS BAR I.E VI j; jusireceivea or nov22 JOHNSON. HORNE A CO. HYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 BARRELS Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for sale by JOHNSON, HOUNK A CO SALT SOO BAGS TURKS ISL.iD SAL'l ; 150 bags Fine Salt; just receued bv nov JOHNSON, HORNE A CO A LE! ALE! !-SO BARRELS "i KACLY Wilkin V superior Pale and A ruber Ale, just ru ceivedcndtursale low lo close, by nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO SCALES! SCALES! I 1111 ARK CON STANTLY supplied with BluwJeli'auiieituUVd f.; . ( and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,1 UO bs., which wiil t sold exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad Trnrt and rrvi Scalo, from thne to fifty tons, on th rpost reasonable terms. JOHNSON. HORNE A CO., nov26 Broadway FIESIU JROCERIES DiTiKC'l' FROM N I U Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; i'mw Rio CodVt. Laguyra Coffee; pice; Pepper, Sperm Candles Ac F: sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. DOT 15 B L ANGHORN Ac ARMLvFEVD. "Tiw PAC JI ages of Lanjhora A Armiread's sup? rk.r Chewing T. bacco, just received and fur sale bv oct2t; JOHNSON. HORN B A CO. 0OPARTNERSHIP.-r 1IAVE THLS DAT asaociatcsl with me in the Wholesale Grocery, (Jc mission. Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. AVI I LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and stv 3 of LANIER A PHILLIP nov2 L. H. LANIER. X- laxiik, wm. rnin.1 s. LANIER & PHIXLIPS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, C0MMI33I0N. IfTVTKO AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. nov2 Ao. 39. MUrUt trest, Xtfkmut lenn TUST RECEIVED FROM ST LOt'lS, eu i a oarrecs ur&i xifpi; 20 " Cruslied d; 10 " Pnlveriied do, luO boxes Star Candles; 50 " Rosin Soii For sale low by LANIER A PHlLLIPi B UCKWHEAT FLOUlt-FI FT Y - FOUR baiH Buckwheat Flour fiirtule br nov: IwVNIKR A PHILLIPS. PEHK1MS & CLACK, WHOLES ALF. GROCERS, '' Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Cotton, and Tobacco Factors, Corner of College and Church Ar,U, Ari. COFFEE-200 bags Bio; So bags Havana; 60 do Laguyara; 00 do Java. CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; l.ofii Araerioar lOO.OouO Cuba a's and Melee Cigaw; CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star; 200 boxes Sterinc an Tallow;. COTTON YARNS A lot of assorted Nos. 0snubur3.su- pcr'ti quality at manufacturers prices; FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; So drums Figs; 5(1 frails Almonds; bbls Pecans; FISH 50 barrels and ha!f barrels Mackerel; 75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines; FLOUR 200 bWs GalBgor 175 Cincinnati; 75 do St Louis fllarrionn's;; GLASS 3oboxe Window, all sizes; 12. do Qt, It, and Pt Flasks; 7a do Flint Tumb ers and Goblets; I'M do Sqiuttand. Cap Jars; W Demijons; tlvearkl three gallons; IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes', LIQUORS 15 cases Loudon Porter quart and pints; 10 cas Scotch Ale " " . 73 barrels American and French Brandy; h 55 do Apple and Peach " ' ' iW do A uisky, various brands; . , , 60 do Holland Cm; 35 do N. E. Ram; 25 do Wine, various kinds; 100 do Cider egar; MOLASSES ISO bbls and y, bbls reboiled and SL Uouae; 75 bbls St Louis and N O GoWen Syrup; NAILS-lSOkegs Pittsburgh, assorted aizes; 150 do Wheebngi PICKLES 15 cases clwice asserfe.1 P.ckles; 10 cases Toasatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhiUlxiuisiana Sugar; lOObblsSt Louisaml Philadelphia Crushed and Puirerisod; 2" Io jouS (Lovering's;) SPICES Iu bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ulnger, I lace ami ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks fice and coase; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table saJt, SOAP 100 boxes ban M do Fancy Soap; SEEDS 15 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases. various brands; TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands; 25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article; SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead. Powder; Shot, &alatt, Soda, Axes, Chain.-, Painted Backets, Ac, Ac For sale low for cash by PERKINS & CLACK. I3irLibcral advances on consignments. WANTED lOo.OOO lbs oTclesn washed Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lord; Dried Fruit, Feathers; Beeswax, Tallow and O mseog For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or (lrocer.es. .mayS PERKINS A CLACK SUGAR. 200 hhds Prime NewSugar; . . 50 barrels Cbrified Sugar; 50 barreb Loaf Sugar, 50 do Crushed do; 10 do Pow4roddw Just received and for sale by EDWARDS A IIABRI mav 22 M""bLiVSSES,,SYibUP, sVC.-lO bbU ftjM Jl lassis; i-obbUSitagrHonaaMolass. 10 bbU Golden Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Syraj, just ceivedandforsaleby' EDWARDS A HAIlRLi. may22 C OFFEE S0i bags Green Rio CotEee; 100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 60 bags St Jago Coe; 25 do Java do, just received and for sate by -aj. 22 EDWARDS A HARRIS. ALT, NAILS, c-l,0oObblaKawfSUt; 500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt; 500 ke Nails and Brad3, for sale by mayT EDWARDS A HABRI3. CIGARS 'JJ.CHX) Genuine Havana Cigars; 100,000 Imitation do doc loo boxes Melee Cigars; forsaleby -ayja EDWARDS A HARRIS.