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NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER a 1853.
VOL. XXIV. . i . .1 ' 1 ! .. . UyiON AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREEtT- THrJ WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one ' year id advance. J2 60; within the year$S 00; at the'end of the year $i 00. CtCBS Of fire and upwards 12 00 per-copy for one year, dabs of subscribers will be re-! ccived for sis months at the foregoing rates. " he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday llmrsdjy" and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if ni.lpa.Ta a advance, $6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. BETTHE MONEY I LL CASES TOACCOMTANi SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ma? be Made by mail j.1 our risk paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. THE HAZARD POT DER COMPANY, Of Haxardville, Connecticut. A. O. HAXA.KD, fezs't. jl. 1 docglas; sec't. CIONTIXCE to furnish Gun Ffwder of all ' their well 1 known brand. Kentucky HiAt. American SportXnV jndian liljit in kegs, half and quarter kegs and canuisters of one pound each. Also, n full assortment of l'owder for " purposes. The reputation or their Gun Powder Is too well known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at my f'owdtr Depot, North-east comer of the Square. S. H. LOOMIS, Ag't for the H. P. Co, aug2 tl Nashville, Tenn. 100 tai IX STORE AND FOR SALE BY . If o ILoottials, NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE, ocli If Nashville, Tzss, Tennessee Powder POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description of Powder, war ranted equal to any in the market, always on hand and for sale by julyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A'CO. AFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse by the original manufacturers, for sale by CHEATHAM, WATSON Jfc CO. jyl5 at W. II.OoBDQ.t A Co.'s., lhiblic Square. GEORGE W. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LA W AKD LAND AGENT. Woco Village, Texas. WILL attend to the collection ol debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles' in Texas: KF.FEREXdre. Ilon.0 W. O.Totton-, HomNntiix Gkebt, " R. G. M'Kcnsr, " R-L-Ridlet, " 'R. L. Cabcthees, Abs Cauuthees, Joun L. Boiex, Oovenior Ti'K, B. Cavtoell. augSl twly 7T "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invaluable Jtool- for 25 cents. "Every Family should have a Co)iy.'' TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less sfglrm than 5 mouths. A new edition, revised jUV and improved, iuit issued. GHT3IG2I' Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTEO containing an outline of the origin, progress, treatment and cure if every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice tor their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the ear c X decency, from the result of some twenty years success f ul practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis eases, and a treatise on the causes, s) mptoms and coro of the Fever and Ague. Testivoxt op the raor. op Obstetrics nf Puss. Col lide, 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 affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity they mav place the greatest confidence. ' JOSEPH LONCSnORE. M. D. Fbom A. Woodwabd, M. D op Pew. Uatversttt, Phil adelphia. It give3 me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, some of them of long standing, have come under ray no tice, in which his skill has been manifest in restoring to per fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In thetreatmentof Semi nal Weakness," or disarrangement of the functions,produccd by self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his &upe lor iu the profession. I have'been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than jwstice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whoe pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them selves; ' ALF. WOODWARD, M. D. &,"This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published ou the class of diseases which it treats. Avoidiug all technical terms, it addresei iUelf to the reason of its readers. It is free from all objectiona ble matter, and no parent, however fastidious, e toplacingitinthehandsofhissons. The authorhas de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated of, and "with too little breath to puff,' and -too lit tle presumption to impose,' he has offered to the world at the merely nominal price of 20 cents, the fruits of some twenty years most successful practice" Herald. "No teaclieror parent should bo without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their charge." 1'eopU't Advocate. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun ter's Medical Manual,' says: "Thousands upon thousands of our vouth, bv evil example and influence of the passions, have been led into the habit of self-pollution withmt realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posterity. The constitutions of thousands who are raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the csuscor the cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and influence the 'public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide-spread source of human wretchedness would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion nf Jesus Chriot, on the precept and coming generations. Intemperance lor the use of intoxi cating dnnks,) though it has slain thousands upon tlious ands, is nt a greater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-woiker iu the good work you are io actively engaged in." Une copy, securely enveiupeu,; m postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copiesfcr!. Address (post paid,) C0SDES4ca Publishers, Box ISC, Phibida. i Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents Mipplied on the most liberal terms. sept27 ly UNITED STATES HOTEL. AUGUSTA, GA. THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of fco, PERMANENT AND TRANSI EXT HOARDERS. Til's long established and well-known House has under ccae a thorough alteration throughout, and tumished with iew'aad fa-shSnebie FURNITURE. The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the market affords; and the ' Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants aud the regulations oftbehous; generally, be will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to lose that may favor him with their patronage &iu2!.-iytrw J K-NV: TJIiL " " " 1R. J. W. GRAY. Office in aicCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street Jlttween Dtulericb and Union. ,lecM 1 2m Resident STRAYED. A DARK BAY 31 ARE A ROUT eight years olJ, fifieen hands high, heavy mane and laii one hind foot white, supposed to be with loal. Infor mation of the animal will be liberally jewarded by calling at Price's Livery stable. NovlO tC ALU ABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence uSpringor Church Street, with the furniture if desired. Terms made known on application to R. C. FOSTER, Sd. Orin my absence to G. M. FOGG, une 17 tf. A XTI-FATEXT .MEDICINE HOUSE. WE respectfully beg leave to make known to the publis that wenavo d'ii-ardcd from our Drug Store all Patent and Proprietory Medicines, and henceforth will not engage in the sale of tdem. Our whole attention will be devi ted to the preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicines, which wo will warrant to be ot the purest quality. Particular attention given to filling Bills and Prescrip tions. Our price will be lonnj-to be as l(.w as the lowe-.t, as we are determined not to be undersold by any in this market. We keep no clerks in our employ but thoie ex perienced in the business, In confirmation of the above facts, all are invited to call and see for themselves. SI RtTTCH k ORR, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, comer College and Union streets, Na.hville. "Qv-' -i-mr.i'M YTIS.H. RIIUI'MATISM CAN IV i... ..1-.1 oiibiT iuBammatorv. (acme) or chronic. No - . . . matter what lonn oi me uutuse, standi ig bv the use oftliat celebrated Vegetable internal .i- fnrimorp's Rheumatic Compound and lllood .ii.iiuj, ,.., ,.. ..t ,:, v.i,villi. Purifier." novl 3" OR RENT.-A RltlCR HOUSE WITH SKVEN ROOMS, KITCHKN, Ac. 'o. H Vine street, between Church and ltroad. Notes with the mot approved arc uritv reiuired. Apply at office No. fiS, Cherry . iwcumyniu i ii j UROWN, Real Estate Agcnl. A5' 3IERICAN SOAP. 100 boxes American Cream 'Soan.inbars; 100 bbls American Laundry Soap, in ..V i . i . . l. nr Sia 1.iitr- in roM un1 iun mass. ananteu mjuo me nuiiv .uu u-ntor. either soft. hard, or salt. ! or sue oi sept24 II. GORDON 4 CO. 7Tii"3iiiANE 100 HASIvElJs CIIAh. I I Uudsick i Co.'s Champagne, a direct importation, sSi the best brand ever brought to this market. Just re ceived and for sale by uart AnoLUKGSvVORm DRUGGISTS &C, T-R. J. 11. MARCIILSI'S CELEBRATED JL CATIIQL1C0N, for the Telicf and cui.e of suffering Venules, it stands pre eminent for IU curative ,1oweis in all diseases for which U Is recommended, cslted Female Complaints. Of these are. I'rolapsus Uteri, or Palling of the 'tVoiab; Floor Albns, or "Whites; Chronic lnnain m&tlnn and Ulceration of tbeVomb; Incidental He morrhage, or Flooding; l'aluful, Suppressed, and Irregular Mfnstrnatlon, Ac, with accompanying orils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter bow severe or of Low lone itan&tng. The Calliolicon farjur lasses other remedies. In being more certain, less ernenstre. and Icnvinir the tTBtem n a luunr condition. lI&ll lllfcercsieu in Buru ft remedy call ana.obtain apamphlel (free) containing ample proof, from highly' repectabIo6urees, of Ihtf happy r suits f IU tnfihr with letters from first-class experienced. Tb)slclan, who have nsed it )n their practice, and speak irom ineirown 0Dservaiion. ' HrriRE.rcn.-P B. 1'ecSbam. M. D., Utlca.N. Yi, L. D, - .. f i.i - K V t II Tl ill- ir ti Ifochctler, If. Y.. 1). Y.Tootc, M. 13., Kjracuse.S. Y., Prof.' J)anbarI. l , ualtimoro, wo,J.u. urrlct. r.i. u., Bam rnoro, lid , W. W, Keese, M. l)jNew York (City, Y'..Pres- -cott .m. jj., uoncord, J.r. .-owuna, .ti. oj., uuca IHimnhlets .had irratls. at Jons P. Dkohgoolu's Patent1 2Idlcloe Houws, College street, 'Wholesale and Jtetall -npem, itasnvuie, i ennessee. ALSO-For sale by Da. F. S, tVoLDRiDGt, Franklin, . JsutitA. Ecklks. Springfield, JikT- lU'iinv, Gallatin, .Coot it Owiir, Lebanon, Crolkzt & Kiddlz, ilarfreetboro' Ltlttr addrtliei tt Jllrnrs. Beach Brtvnttn,Agentt at A'Mtrrf C. JT., S. C, Ijf Rtv't C. S. Beard, , Stale. Glkxs SraiKK.Jan.91h.lF53. Messrs. linen .& BaowKsos Sias: 1 send for another bottle or your' JIarchisl's Uterlno CatUollcon." Wy wife has been afflicted for eleven j ears, and a variety of means tias been resorted tolorreiicr, out none was ooiameii unui I received this. medicine fromyou. Iu Intlaeuce seems al most magical: there was a manifest lmprorcmest from the day It was Ufeen. As thcro are a great many females In our country laboring under the affliction for which your medlcir.o proposeaa remedy, I reel it a duty to recommend it to an Bucn; (Signed.) Cioran S. Heirs. J. H. AIAK0HISI & CO., Proprietors, Central Ue jot, 301 Broadway, N. Y. noIN. THE CRIPPLE, THE LAME, AND THE Stiff Jointed, can lind relief in that External Remedy, Chinese Rheumatic Antedotc ! A world's wonderful external Remedy, .for man in that road fol dls'ase The Kheamatlsml "Sen dying vegetable life sustain, f)o l"fo dissolving vegetate jgaln; , All served, all s rving, nothing stands alone; tVbcru fiurce Kheumallsm Its antidote mast own. The ncn es. tendons, liiramcuts. fibrous membranes. apon euroses, and mus:les, are the seats of Rheumatic Pains, TSc Doloreux, Neuralgia, Gout, Kpasms, Palsy, loss of- Mii cular Power, wastlne and decay of the muscles,.Nniiibnss, Inability to move, Kervous Headache, Crick in tho .Neck, StlfTJoiuts, deep seatod Pains and Soreness, habitual Coll Feet, Pains tntbe Side, the hip joints and small ofthe back,' wealiiiessipr the LIdnejs, spinallrrilation, Femalelrregular. Itles, swelled Julnts, nerrousorgaide dlsotdors, cramp c.I 1c, vomiting, dead paly, contracted limbs", &c. Now we appeal to Elicit of Refinement "ho hayoa Just apprf elation of Truth, and ask, them in all candor If the above Is not trno That being' granted, wo now propose to ask you by isltthat Internnt remedies are always resorted 1 3 In the treatment of such diseases! Why give a man a dozen nauseating doses of medicine for a swelling or the ancle t Why pnysic a u-an to death for a aw pains T Why give a man pills lor an affection of the mnscles ! All, friends, "tie aura to give one pill every bour"his slain lis thousands. Man's stomach was not de signed for tho purpose or a drug ttore. Seize Upon Truth wherever you Und It. We offer a medicine which will , not levouryoiintoinach,ltwill not interfere with yourregnUr Jood, It will not prevent a healihy asiiniilatinu of your di gestive apparatus, but It Is a powerful external stimulant, which opens the pores of the skla, excites the absorbent system, penetrate, the nerves, muscles, and tendons and lijtamei.ts of the parts to whieli It is applied, producing a a free circulation of blood through the parts, stimulating the nerves, revivifjing and building up the deadened tls. eucs to which ills applied. The Chinese Rhcnruatic Antidote is the only known remedyin the world that will actually 'and positively restore loss'of power and energylo a palsied limb, replace the deadened, contracted limb, with lifj aud activity, remote all norvous obstructions, muscular con tractions and distortions, loss of leellns in the extremities. In health, there must bean equilibrium in the nervous and circulatory sj stems, and this tuu.t bo brought about byex t rnal applications. We know that our theory Is a new one, and will have Its enemies, jet we appeal to cvory man's candid Judgment, and ask him if It ia not the most reasonable treatment ever offered to mm T Doubtless you will say, yes. Our plan has been fairly tosted, aud Riven universal satisfaction. In the treatment of tho diseases for which It Is recommended, H is creating a perfect revolution. " Throw rhysic to the Dogs ! " But man oh, most noble structure ! you were destined to live a longer and happier life! Rheumatism iu all its Forms, even of twenty years standing, Jiclds at once to the magic charms of this trul) astonishing and wonderful external combination. All persons effected with Gout, itheumalic Pains, Miff Joints, Contracted and Distorted Limbs, Hump Back caused by runseularcontractions, aud lots of nervous energy, habitual cramps and Spasms, loss of muscular mo tions, spinal Irritation, weakness in the small or the back, deop scaled pains and hOieness in thebress', stomach, side and loins, wasllcg away and shrinking of any of the limbs and muscles, are all speedily and permanently cured by the usd of one bottle of this medicine. Neuralgic Pains, aslnklngattheatomach, palp tation of the heart, sick and nervous headacb?, cold leet, pains in the bowels and stom ach, colic, etc., can all be Immediately cured by rubbing the external surface with a s roallporlion of this highly concen trated medicinal compound. The Externnl Remedy for .linn Is destlred to create a new era In modlcal science. The wondeifully constructed iUachiue of Jlun Is easily deranged, and the slightest Interference at head quarters (the stomach) Interferes with tho functional duties ofeilhsrone of tUorcans, producing an unnatural and un healthy condition of man throughout. Then why drag out a miserable existence, by gorging youwelf with -a dose of medicine every hour," juet because I. i : i i i. r .v. .i.ni. l.niu vi l . young lady, joungman, of so much poisonous mineral -staff!" Mothers and Fathers, who have In their families any long standing cases of Uheu matlsm, Coul,Xeural2-ia, contracted llrabs,hfumale weak ness, weakness all along the back, pain croand the kidneys, deep seated so re cess In the breast, aid all deep seated puns we advise you to send loour agent and procure a bottle of tho new article, the new mode of treating such diseases, and will find relief never before known. Physician Heal Thyself! If you are suffering with any of the above complain', resort" to this remedy, and af.cr jou aro cured recommend it. The two greatest medical menofthe lage say, 'that the External Treatment of diseases Is destined to create anew era In tho hlstory.of Medical Science." Anotherwrltersays, "this treatment Is fast commending iUelf to the Medical Profession." Chronic Rheumatism Is cured in all ca.es. by using this medicine. Yo who are using jour crutches, hobbling alos through this troublesome world, with a "stitch in the sldeV 'and a "catchln tho bacfe,' will find certain and permanent re lief in this External Medicine. " ' " If there be au) such In the city ol Xashvllto an i surrounding country, we admonish you to go to otir Agent and procure a pamphlet and a bottle of the Chinese Kheumatic Antidote. Put up In larze Bottles, with simple and plain directions, and sold at S300per bottlo; twobotltcs for SiOO. A. S. YOUATT & CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lane, X. Y., to whom all orders should be addressed Forsaleln Kashville by J. P. DROMGOOLE, orS4 d&w Only Agent, Kb. 12 College street. -I TALTJAB LE CITY PJROPE RTY FOR SALE Y The undersigned being authorized bra resolution of the Eotrd of Mayor and Aldermen ol the City of Nashville,, at its meeting on the 14 th instant, to depose of the following valuable properly, to wit: Lots, Nos. 22 und 22, on the west side cf Summer street, fronting on said street SO feet and running back 210 feet to au alley, on which there is a two story BRICK TENEMENT, occupied at present by Vm. C. Hurt. Also, It No. 23, situated on the wot side of Cherry street, south of Ilroad street, fronting on Cherry street 53 feet, aud running back ISA feet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of UltlCK and one of 'WOOD. The above lots will be divided to suit purchasers. For a more paiticular dcaciiption ot said lots reference can be made to Rook No. Id, pages 005 and 605 in the Register's office of Davidson county. Tho above property will be sold at private sale at any time between now and the lTtli day or December next, and if not .sold previous to that time, will be offered on that day at PUBLIC SALE. The above uarucd property will be sold on a credit of one, 1 wo and three years. otes payable iu Bank without inter est, with good endorsers, and a lien retained until the pur chase money is paid. AV. H. HORN, Mayor. oct2l : If. J. H. CURREY, ITnilci taker nud Coifin-runkcr. IMleij ttrtet, Jfy. 2.', flppotite Seicanee ITotise. OEliS leave to inform his friends and the publicjs-3 O generally, that he has opened a regular Cof-,i-o fin Room, anil luring bought liio right for manufacturing and selling iu Middle Tonnc-wee, SkitTs Patent Indistmct ib'.e Air-tight and Air-exhausted Uunal Cases, the best now in uw for preseivingtlie corps, he will keep a supply of them couaiiilv on baud, together with an assort eul of all kinds ol covered mid wood Collins. He is prepared to furnish good Ileaisoand any number c-f Hacks tliat may be wanted; also -.tiroud- of every description, made in tho best su le, tngi-tlu-r itli every equipage necess-ary for fune rals. All lelfgniphic deptciies or orders from Steamboatl and Railroads, or Inun ihe surrounding country will be promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre paring and eucasing bodies ior imniportat:on. All orttera left at his l'ltmitoro and Colliu Rooms promptly attended to, bothnightand day he will give his personal attention to all funerals Charges moderate. J. II. CURREY. N. B. Furniture and Mat trasses of every description made to order and of the best materials, and warranted; also furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch. aug27 o ex. J- 1L C. 17OR SALIl. Four valuable Fartm, on Hie Ouney ; Fork Kiver, 75 miles from Nashville, 20 hours travel by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river na igable for steamboats f or 8 months in the year. Those wishing to engage in tha Lumlier trade, or in raising stocek would uo well to give me a calL A U DAVIS. Sspt tf s At tbe U. S. Mail l"acket Office.' , Bill , THE celebrated R. k R. UemcdlK were tf.e first to disco'ver i Remedy. possessing the Marvelous and Mirreculous power of stopping the most fcxcruciatmg Pains in au instant, al- lavincr the worst Cramns and Snasms. either internal or tx ternal, in .a few rninuftS,- and soothing the most severe Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic Doloreux, as soon as applied. Tho' R It. JR Jtemedies tonsbtot three; Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful pow. ers ovecccrtain complaintsind diseases and will instantly RELIEVE lbs Human System from pain. REGULATE each Organ to Healthy Action. RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposites. RENOVATE the body frcm all Corrupt Humors. REBUILD the Weak and Broken Down Constitution. RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all unsounJ and vrorh out parts. R. R. R. NO.li Radway-Jteadv Relief, for all Acute Complaints, Internal or External. The, moment it is ap plied externally, or taken into the system, it will stop the most excruciatmg pain and quickly remove its canse. RHEUMATISM. Mr.'Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple'for nine years', Radway's, Jleady Relief relieved him from pain in fifteen .minutes,, enabled him to walk two miles without tho aid of stick, or crutch in three days', and cured him entirely in one week. Thousands of other cases equally n wonderful as the ' above, have been cured by R. R. Relief. CHOLERA.MORBUS. Radways Ready Relief will re lieve the sufferer from all pain in tlfteeu or twenty minutes. It will curethemost depscrate casesinafew hours. NEURALGIA. Tho moment R. R. Relief is applied it I allays the most painful paroxysms, it will always cure. SICK: HEADACHE. 1 1 will relieve tho most distressing pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. . AGUE" In ten minutes a tci spoonful ofR. R. Relie will'Stop the Chills and break the Fever. Aches .Of all kinds. Pains of all kinds. Bruises. Bums. Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness. One ap plication of ll.idway's Ready Relief will, in a few moments. entirety, stop tne pain. If -f.r1iirwt sr-allih.r ticti1a cflTt.z -!lfa nnit -trnnnila w. moves bruises, allayli the' most' violent irritations. For all Siini use R. It.. Relief- Xook .for the iignature of Radway Co. on each bottle. R R. R. NO. 2. Radway's Renovating Resolvent Resolves, Renovates, ilebailds. Jt ceres Scrofula. " Tumors. Bleedin r of the Lungs. Syphilis, Consumption, St. Vitus' Dance. Salt Rheum, Canker, Rash, Sores, Itickels, Asthma, Iodes, Bronchitis, Fever Sores, Ulcers. Erysipelas. Tetters, The above eighteen complaints R. R. Resolvent wilLposi- tivelv cure. It renovates the system completely.Resolving away from ! the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free ing Hie lilood and rands ot J.ne from all corrupt numors, resloring Energ)' and Vigor, Health and Strength to every Organ and Membcrof the body. Jbilttuj r ttuji uiuu AUinuitu l. lion' J. J. Middleton. of Waccamaw, S. C, writes m under date of May, 2d, lS.IS.that Radway'a Renovating Re solvent cunsl one of his negroes, on his plantation at Beau fort, of a Scrofulous coraplaird, of many years' standing. .inepoor wllow was aaisgusiing ooject ot pity; lie wa a movingmass nf sores. The other negibcs could not remain in the same place with him. He was entirely cured by Had way's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon the plantation. To the people cf S. C. Mr. Middleton'iir well known, and to the political world Mr, Middleton is no stranger. SCROFULA. When (he patient has been afflicted Hr five Vears. 'or under, favorable symptoms will appear on the mrii.in inv.n - T T ,,. 1 Aiuuu iiai alter usmg iv. jt. iitsHnyei!'. Ten years on the Fifth day. Fifieen years Twentyyears Thirty years Forty years Seventh day, Tenth day. Fifteenth dar, Twentieth day, rilly vears l iurtietn day. We have had cases where old men of sixty years, who have been scrofulcusall their lives, entirely cured by Rad way 's Renovating Resolvent. R. R. Remedies exhibit their fcfficacv immediately. Thev do not keen the afflicted pain- stricken sutlerer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their euicacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring, le building, and regulating the diseased body, to health and trcngtu. Mr. "W. B. Oliver, ol Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga., under date of May 30, 1853, writes "that a servant girl who was so re duced that no one woold given lbrip. for her life," She was so covered with sores Cat there was not a spot of pure flesh ofthe sixe of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire ly cured by Radwavs Renovating Resolvent " NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Westford, Mass., lias been covered with sores for nineteen years, and cured br R. R. Resolvent. SALT RHEUM. The most obilmate cases ofSalt Rheum will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT. One gentleman who supposed that this complaint was he reditary in his family, und had been atHcted with Salt Rheum since his birth, was cured bv the use of a few bottles of the renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum en. tirely eradicated from ins system. IT REGENERATES every organ and member ofthe body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall weak, diseased and unsound parts. WEAKNESS, in Male or Female, U quickly cured, and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or diseases of either one or more of the generative organs, are quickly removed, and tho body restored to a healthy and mnd condition. LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In women, tho nu merous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom over their spirits, n few doses ofthe Renovating Resolvent will quickly remove, and the most nervous, Gloomy and de- depre-ised, leel nealtny, strong ana nappy. I ersoiia nisuiiig luia icuicut muimruae usu iui jikuiiu.i m Renovating Resolvent. Its price is one dollar per bottle. No small bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Each bottle bears the fac simile signature of RADWAY & CO., 162 Fulton St. N. Y. R. R. R., for sale by Druggists generally. J. JL ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Agent for 'f ennnessec. JLVNDF1ELDS 4 CO, Memphis. HUDGIN, WELLS i JOUNSON, novl 4ra Chattanooga. And Druggist and Merchants everywhere. FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF (kmght, OMf, Influenza, Atthma, MroncJiiiit, tpitiiiJ of JDlood, and all o'Jter Lung OvnjilainU tending to coxsuaiTTiox. THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY! READER! have you a Cough, which you are neglecting, under the idea that it is only a common cold, that it will soon "wear itself out?" Let a friend tell you, in all kind ness, what will soon bo the probable icsult. In a short time, it you continue to neglect yourself, you will begin to feel a sense of tightness und oppression across the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains. Then a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and when you raise anvthinsr it will be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy matter, stieaked, perhaps, with blood. If you sttll take no medicine, these unpleasant, symptoms win increase, ana you will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Swcats,Cop ous Expectoration, and thcu Great Prostration. If you still Friend! have you no cause to bo alarmed? In the above sketch you may see as in a glass, how every case of Con sumption progrcss-es, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this groat Destroyer has gathered to the,.tonib, every single case began with a Cold! If this bad been attended to, all might have beeu well but, being neglected, under the fatal delusion that it would " wear itself," it transferred its deadly action to the substance of the .Lungs, exciting tuere tne lormanon of tubercles. Anotaer, and another cold added fuel to the flame,- until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate eaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At bis crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, mid oftentime sets ntdeliance all human means. Iu the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will always make the patient more comfortable, and prolong his life, and is therefore worthy ofa trial; butm its incipientprfonning periods, Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and "Dr. Uogers' Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, and Canchalagua," if taken at this time, will cure it AS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN ! 2 This is strong language, but we can refer you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TRUE! And tbciefore, we earnestly exhoit every man, woman and child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med icine by you in the house; and whenever you take Cold, do not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, but eradi cate it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully healing com pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to cany you in full vigor to a good old age I fa MOTHERSl Havo you delicala, weakly children, who are always faking rolrt and subiect to Croup? Remember! There never was I case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold I And when our child goes to bed woceungana couguuig, jou know not that, before morning. Croup may not set in, and ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond tbe reach of help. We beseech you therefore, a3 you value the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the house, and wheo your little ones take cold and commence coughing, giveittothematonce.and rest notuntilthe augh is entirely subdued. 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 well these remarks, that she may notbercafter, when mourn ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, have occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect. It is an old adage, that 'to be forwarned, is to be forearmed. Parental so let it be in your case. He sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' Syrup of LIVERWORT, TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on you. SCOVIL & MEAD, 111 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Wholesale General Agents for the Southern Stales, to whom all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed. Also sold by VV BERRV, iulyl. Agents. ' ' Atlanta, July 15, 1858. jIEDIOAL. XR. MORSE'S rKVIGOR.VTI.N'G CORDIAL, a Phenomenon In Medicine'. JL Health Restored and Life Lengthened, by DK. MORStTfJ iXVIGOKATING KL1XIK OR CORDIAI For centuries, iledical science has been ran'aeklnjr the vegetable and mineral tliigdcms, In search of soniafhlng that, should restore tho lost or decaying energies pt the nervous" and muicnliT systems, without tsedrawbaet ot subscqneqf 1 prostration, which alt stimulants, tomes, ana narcotics bad I h?J2K!.W:..??: f aTs! known as a distinguished member of the leading scieotilii soclellcs of t'je Old World, and eouallv distinguished as s physician, a (hemlst,and atrareler. Tho Juices of this herb, concentrated, and combined with other ogetable medicinal extracts, are now producing results heretofore unheard of, tedtoProf.MORSK,SlNVIGOKATIGlsLIXIKOR COK- ......... ... ....... ...... v. .... .... ai uibi iud i ru cil.m Eiirmu unit, wera tieemeu laumous. Jbe public otlen deceived cguiu not oeueve tne simple and sublime trullis announced by thediscovirer. But facts, undeniable facts attested by -iwiwiviw uigucsb cuus auu cnaracter, are now in umphlnif oyor all doubts. INCREDULITY IS OVER THHOWS.nyamass'or'lojamon'y which Is perfectly Irre Tho ELixia remedies. In all eaten, tho nnlnrT,ia Viiu arising from misuse or abuse of the various organs which make up the wonderful machine called man. It restores W full vigor entry delicate function connected with that mys terious compound agency or matterand mind, necessart to the re.nrodnet!On nrhnmnn nr.. T ..ir i 1 . . , i -.--....(. iviiviiuiuut icuuiciuui. ui uiuuuunntiiai power, ills recommended as the only means of cOmrauoleatinR that energy which Is necessary tolhe proper enjoyment of all the natural appe tites, as wellas the higber mental attributes. ICa'beneficial enects are notconnneu toclther saxor to any age. Thefee- mogin.tae aiung. who, taeiisueM,ernavated youth, tbooyer nvinuiau ui uuaiuosa, miu victim oi nervous depression, the individual suffering from general debility, or from the weakness of a single organ, will all find immediate and per manent relieffrom the uso of this! To those who have a Prodlipositiontoparalyiis it will prove" acoiuplcte. and unfailing safeguard asalnstthat terrible mal- ""J' uoto arc juaaj, pernaps, woo nave so trmud with their constitutions, thst thev thlnt thennnl.o. ih. reach of medicine. 11 not even theso despilr. The ICllxlr uau. .luanumu witnout reference to causes, and will not only reiuovo tho disorder Itself, but Rebuild the JJroken Constitution. The derangements of the system, leading to nervous dis eases, and the furrjs qfneryoas disease tuclf.are so numer ous that It would require a column to enumerate the niala- .uiesiorwticn ton preparation Is a specific. A few, how.' .w, m., BuuiaiiiBii,iu. ucoraigia, no tioieroaux; headache, incipient partljsis, hysteria, palpltitiun of the losltlon to move, faiutuess'after exercise, broken sleep and. terrifying dreams, Inability to remain in one place or posi tion, weakness of tb procreaUve organs, sexual Incoiime tency, melancholy, monomania, floor albus, slntcin-at ho stomach, female Irregularities, a chronic tendency to mis carriage, emaciation, and' all complaints growing ontcf a free indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that does not proceed from organic causes beyond tho reach or medicine Whenever the organs to beaded upon are free from mal formation or striclural diseases It is averred that Morse's Invigorating Elixir, will replaco weakness with strength, Incapacity with eHelen cy, Irregularity with uniform and natural activity, and this not ooly without hazard of reaction, but with a hapoy effect Oil tin Mnanl a..nl..Hnt. I r a n i .'A . . Tii" jir "cr in una mat all maladies, wherever they begin, finish with the nervous sys tern, and thatthe parallzation of tho nerves of motion and sensation is physical death. Hearlumliidalso,t5atforere. ryklnd of nervous disease the Kllxir Cordial Isttjaonly r0.- Cure of A'ervous Diseases. No language can conveyan adequate idea of the Immedb atesnd almost .miraculous change which I. occasions In the diseased, debilitated and .haltered nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sick nesijthe unstrung and relaxedorgamxatlonis'atonc'eDraced re-vlvitledandbailtnp. The mental and physical symtoms of nervous disease y aulsh together under its Influence. Sor Is the effect temporary; on the contrary, the rcliet Is perina-nont,-ror the cordial prdperllci of th mediclhe reSchtho constitution Itself, and resUro it to ju norma. condition. Well may the preparation be caHedtae ' itXedicinal AVouder. ofthe nineteenth eentnrv. It Is, as theflrsfseientlflcroanln the world would have admitted, that miracle Of medicine heretofore supposed to haver no exlstance. A Stimulant that Entails No He-Action. Its force Is neverexpandod, as Is thu case with oplum.aleo holie preparations, and a.1 oibcr excitants. The effect of these is brief.and itmayyell be said of him who takes them tPf ,tat8 'fcst maa is worse than the flt Butiho Elixir Is an exhllerant without asaii;ledrubattsare luiti operation, perpetualln its happy Influence upon the nerves, thomliid,aud thoentlre organization; It wIllSlso remove de. presslons, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeDlesnB dislike of society, Incapacity' for study or business. ' Loss of 3Iemory,J Conrnslon, giddiness, rnsh ofblood tothehcad.melancholv mental deblttw. hysteria. wrtrl.lr... r'.anc..1T heart, linpotency constipation, etc., eIc.V 'fm 'wbaleve? causoarlslngUis.irthere Isany reliance to be placedoahu n.an testimony, absolutely infallible. iuiiua A Great Jledicine for Females, The unparalleled effects of this great restorative, In an complaints Incident to females, mark a new era in the n nals .of medicine. Tlioasands of stimulants have been ill vented-tousands of lnvlgoranls concocted-all purporting tJbe speclflel In the various diseases and derankment. to which the delicate formation of woman rendehfrlTable. Tne .osult ha. heretofore been uniform. TOeso nostrums have Indeed imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous sstcm,atransient and delusive vigor to tho muscles; but this tlish of relief has beon succeeded by a depression and prostration greater than before, and the end has too often e,vuU,5,loIarrljf.olhore,':"PBraliveiowerorthenervcs Client BuUrf111' a r ,0 aeitr0J' 018 nn"PW 3Ior?e's Invigorating Elixir, lspresentedas a phenomena In the materia modlca hitherto unneara or a stimulant without areaction. Tho herb which forms Its main ingredient, has been ad milted by alllhegreat medical and pharm.cen?",, ln"tltu tions of turone to be In this respect sul generis. Iir Jtorse, whosename Is an undisputed authoritin sciences, dijeov eredtheproductlon n Arabia, where hfs attention was "yet ted by the wonderfully inyiguratlng effects It nndncBdooon the natives. In fact the wonderfurpower of endurae ?ile exhanslless vigor exhibited by thrab, of both sexes in tafllln -he'r'b 'maEe4' UaUrlbautl0 the use of this Vl- An appeal Is made to Every Woman of Sense, who suffers from weakness.derangement, nervousness, tre mors.palcsln the lck,oranyotherdlsorder,whotherpecu. ratn1cord1aVa7rLrmn,n bo' give the Indigo- Alrtrricd Persons, orothcrs, will And this CordUl after they have used abotUe or two.a horongli regenerator of the sj.tem. In all direc tions are to bo found the happy parents of healthy ofliprin?, r,h.?WUl1.nH uV' s.butfOf 'his extraordinary prep! ar4fI?w.AndUI'eralIi:tfnU(rth3 many diseases for which It is recommended, Thousands of young men have failed 'tobencnt'fhem.5 MaJ Persons brpnle Complexion, or consumptlvo habits, are restored by the use of abotUeor two to bloom and vigor changing the .tin from a pale, jet low, sickly color, to a beautiftil florid complexion To the Misguided, These aresomeofthe sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of jouth, viz. weakne..; or the back and limbs, pains in the bead, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation of the heart, djspepsia nerrousirritabil ity.derangementorthe digestive functions.generaldobllity. sjmptomsef consumption, die. - '! .Mentally, the Tearful effects on tho mind are mneh to be dreaded. Loss of memory, confusion pf Ideas.depresslon of spirils.eril foro-bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, '0,Tersol'I?'ieit'mIlitTic,'are'omB0ftheovils produced All thus afnicted 1 IJcforc Contemplating Marriage. suouia renecimat a sound mind and body are the mostnet essary requisites to promote connubial happiness; Indeed, without these, the Journey throughlife becomes aweary pil grimage, the prospect hourlydarkens the view; the mind be comesshadoned with despair, and fllledwlth the melancholy reflection that the happluessol another becomes bllzhted wlthjour own. s Parents and Gnnrdinns. Aro often misled with respect 1o the causes and (ources oi diseasesln their sons tnd wards. How oflen do they ascribe toothercausesof wasting of the frame, idiocy, madness, pal pitation of the heart, indigestion, derangement of the rjr voussjstem, cough and sjmjttoms indictlng consumption, when the. truth is, that they have beon lu.lulgm-in a perni-l cions though alluring practice, destructive both to mind and body. Caution, Ira. Moast's TsviooKvriiio Cordial has been counter feited by some unprincipled persons. In rature all thegenu'ine Cordial will have the'proprietors facsimile pasted over the cerfcor each bottle,.and tho fol lowing wordsblown lntheglass "UK. MORSE'S INVIGORATING CORDIAr;. .c-, ,9-KING, PROPRIETOK, N.Y." Ii r The Cordial Is put up highly concentrated, in pint bottlesi Paicii 83 COperbottla; two for S" CO: six ror$12 M. " C. ll.-HINO, PROPRIETOR, . . JIJ Broadway, Xew York. Sold by Druggists throughout the Unltsd Stales, Canada and West Indies, and also by W.F.tiKAY, successor to Cartwrlghtoi Armstrong, cornerofJJnrketand ilroad streets, Aashvllie,Tennessee. oct2& d w&lSra M'. T. GRAY", SOLE AGEST, JOHN RICHARDSON, .BARKER ANT) HAIR DRESSER, No. 22 CeoarISteeht. WOULD refpcctfully inform' all who have any use for the services.or 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 fitted up neatly, and gentlemen may always confidently rely upon prompt attention and comfor table shaving. He hopes to 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!7 BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXFKOXT, XEAR BllOAD Sl'UEET. TIIE Subscriber reSDCctfullv returns bis thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance ot patronage in tbe above 'line, alio COPPEIt AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turniugs'Metal ic Packings, ltalbit .Metal ana Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will bo paid at all times for old copperand brass. june22 ly B, COLE. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. fnv The subscriber offers' forsale bis residence, situ- (Sj; atedabout3 miles from Nashville, on the Mnrfrees- " boro Turnpike. Ifesnsists of about CO asre3. one-half in a high state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never failing Springs; an extensire Orchard, ccataininga great va riety of choice fruit-trees; with commodious dwelling aud out houses. A further description is unnecessary, as those de sirous lo purchase can call and examine for themselves. Termi One-third cash, and a. credit of one and two years on the balance. If not sold privately before tbe 19th itist, the premises will be offered at public sale at the Court-house .1 . , n ii II T 1. t tlTlTTI ou mat uay, J"is"'. . - 44J.a".i-iv diseaseslucldent to femsles.decay oflhi piopontiL, alal uuu3.U)3icrii.t luuiiuuisnia. Ta?nn tarrnri MEDICAL. EOCTCE YOURSELF: THE FOCZET SCTJLAPIUS OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PflTSICTAN TUh Fortieth Edition, with One Hundred Engravings showing Ureases and Mallorniations of the Human System in every shape and form. To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or Ihose contemplating mar riage. By WILLIAM YOUNU,M,D. Let do lather bo ashamed to pre sent a copy of the J23CULAPIUS to Ins child. It may save him from an early grave. Let no-voun man or woman enter into the secret ob!i- ... - . . . f gons ot marriage life without reading tho rsnt"T-fT i ,-rav;uiiAriL.i. iei no one suncn: Cough, l'ain in the Side, restless nights, cervn... r,.i; and the whul train of Desneotic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting theESCULAI'IUS- Have tho married, or those about to be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as .. .j .r..vU .vw.uu muij urom uwfc, u it lia.- been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate TPMtiim fpnm ll.o ctrv ira ..ftl. ST Am-person, sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or live copies will be sect far One Dollar. Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG, marclilS ly Ho. 152 Struct SL Philil!phia. AFFLICTED BEAD! PHILADELPHIA SIEDICAL HOUSE. Established 5 years ago by DR.KINKELIN. Thcoldest, surest and Dest band to cure all fbrtns or secret diseases ofthe skinand c..ll..n. t...t.; ,.r tl. : . n, rivrpr iw ... :lnh Tajc Particular Notice. There is a habit which boys leach each other at the academy or college a habit in dulged iu when by themselves, in so'litude, growing up with the boy to, manhood, and which, if not abandoned in -due time, not only .begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and devastating afiectioni Few of those who indulge in thij pernicious -practice are aware of the consequences, until they find the nervous system is shattered, feel strung and nnrv countable feelings, vurue fears inthemiml. Tim Invl.l.i.i becomes feeble, be is unable to labor with accustomed vig ,or, orb? apply bis mind to study; bis step is tardyand weak. ue I5.UUU ana irresomie, toe countenance is downcast, the eves without natural lustre, shamebceduo's is npparent jicee ape tuinnlomt which thould uti-iten. Ha. nttpr,. , Vam HmUarly ajjltcted. If the victim be conscious of tho c.m.i nf lil iW .nit having rejlnclurshed the odious practice, he suffers under those terrible nocturnafenilssions, whick weaken and &ham him, producing mental and physical nrostration. If h emancipate himself before tiie practice has done its worst, ...... v.i. ci uuiriuiuiiy, his marriage is uniruiuu, ana ins senses tell him that this Ls caused by his eirly follies. Too manr think thev will hue i?ia wml to itn;r om. bearti, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is thisa fatal delusion, and how many a promising youth, who might have been au oi nament to society, has faded from t he carthl Young- .Men ! Let no false modestv detpr von from making your case known to one who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He wlio places himself i under DR. KINKEUX'S treatment, may religiously confide i his honor as a gentleman, and in whose bosom will ho. for cici iwfcuu me secret oi me patienu Conntry Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make personal'annlication. can. hvstatinp-IheiressB pTnlio-ilv- in ectherwitb ail tlieir symptoms, (per letterposUpaid,) Lave fonvarded to ihem a cheat containing Dr. K.'s medicine!, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of tlieuretna, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. AU letters puel JhiiJ. A rermttanca of 2j cents In a letter, post paid, ad- dressed to Dr. Kinklin. Philadelphia, will secure his book J on the Secret Infirmities of Youth, Sept Wiy I BR. WJ1. McLANE, K TJAN ArTD GEHMAIT ROOT DOCTOR, bol EC i t ULLl announces to the citizens of Nashvillr jmd vicinity, that he has returned again after a resii dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanentiyla. cated himself in South NadiTille, at tha corner of Was ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all timtS be founj by those who may wish to consult him. He has ia his possession many certificates from men f eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the" most distressing cases oi tbe following diseases, vie Ner Tomf Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and Fevers,-Pleurisies, Asthmas, Col-Is, Coughs, Incipient Con sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies, Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulou3, Hemopta-sis of the Lnngs, and other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer curial and Venereal Taints ofthe Blood; Diseases of Chil dren; Worms and various olhcr Diseases incident to tho hit man systum. During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten thousand different cases, all of whichhe treated with more than Ordinary success. Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the. Modi cat Profession and the degreo of success that has attended hiscflbrts heretofore; to obtain the confidence and patronage of the sick and afilicted.- Nashvllle, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM- McLANE. 3T"AU Le Iters addressed, posf-paid, ot South Nashville. In Chnncery at Carthage, November Rules, 1833. Jame3 H. Jeffreys, j , T" ... Order ol Publication. Saunders F. M'Allister, and other. ON .MOTION, and it appearing to tbe Clerk and Master, thatSaundersF.M'Allister is a non-resident; it is there upon ordered, that an order of publication be made foe three successive weeks in the Union and American, pnblt.hed"in Nashville, Tennessee, requiring the said Saunders ft M' Allister to appear at the Court Honse in the town of Carth age on the 2d Monday in February next, then and ther to plead, answer or demur, to complainant's bill and amended bill, and in default thereof, said cause will be taken forcon fessed and set forhearing ex parte, &c, as to him. A. MOORE, deed Sw. Printers' fee ?I. Clerk and Master. In Chancery at Carthage, November Rules, 1853, Thomas L. Draper and others, 1 a. I Asbury Cartright and wife: and others. I ON MOTION. and it appearing to the Clerk and Master of said Court, that Asbury Carter and wife. Tmana. juuu 11. taw, r.miua mw, aianna law and Jouisa iaw, are non residents of this Stale; it is thereupon ordered by the Clerk and Master, that do order of nublication hrftnnrli. for three successive weeks in the Union ami American, re- rnu UUU-IC21UC1U ueienuants to appear at tne Court House in the town of Carthage, Tennessee, on the 2d Monday in February next, then and. there to plead, answer pr demur to complainant's bill, and in default thereof; the same will be taken tor confessed, and set for hearing ex parte as to them. A. MOORE, decO Sw. Printers feo Clerk and. .Master. COACH MAKING. THE undersigned would respectfully in- ryyS7l form their friends aud the public that iX:igptff:-3 they have taken the old stnd of C. T. Watson, o.4, Deaderick sr., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in all its branches. Wewill keep constantly on hand an assortmentof Carriages,, which we will dispose of on reasonable terms. Carriages pf every description mada to order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and the'puolic may rely upon getting their work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be ofthe best workmanship and materials. J3T11LACKSM1THING. Every description of BLACK SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal terms. I3f HORSESHOEING. We have in our employ exneri enced HORSE SHOERS, and the public may relron gettir-jr theirhorscsshodintheneatest manner. All workert cxnv' to our care will be under the immediate superinU zdi.es tl the Proprietors, and no pains or expen. spared to give sat isfaction to all. We repectfully soliiHfrom the public a liberal share of their patronage, feb 2 ly CR A M & SHEPHERD, IRA A. STOUT, COACH 31 A N II F A CTTIRE R , No. 5 Clakc Steket, Nashville, Tk.n., Kextdoor to II, S. Frthck't Grocery VTarelumte, and op posiU Morrii & Stratton't A IiIj kindsofcarnagcs for sale, with harness cpJi, to suit. ju wontsoiu oy ineis maac at t, -. the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work made North or East Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and -all persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. All orders promptly attended fo. fmarl.V. SoO REWARD. I AN AWAY from tho subscriber on the night of I) the 8rd inst., his negro boy AMOS. He is about fia 20 years of age, 3 feet 9 orlO inches high and weighs about 150 pound. Ho is a bright mulatto, hat straight hair and phta eye?, and will, no doubt attempt to pa-is linn self -as a white man. He was raised by-a Mr. Dickey, of Spartanburg District, and wis purchased by Capt. James Bonds of Spartanburg C. H. He Is probably lurking in the vicinityof that town, or marattempt his escape to.-a free. State. He rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve years old, .which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts, and is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps sboft, holds a tine head, is snnk very much above the eves and inclines to be spiteful. The above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS will be given for the apprehension of the boy and horse ; the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. AH expenses for keeping the horse will also be paid. Newberry, S. C. July, W. O. NEEL. septt tf rnoMAS norw.E. xeusox walkxb. HODGE &. WALKER. Barbors, Hair-Drassers, &c, &c, So, 13, Cedar street. HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer lo their customers and the 'public in general inducements nev er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house, we feel confident ttiat all who give us a call will leave well sath-fied. In addition lo Barbering, Hair-Dressing, tc, we have large, commodious and neatly furnished Batb-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to convenience and comfort, cannot bo surpassed in the coun try.. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and wliat a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied and cottl body. ang3 tf LAND WARRANTS. We aro buying and paying the verv highest prices for LAN D WARRANTS. Per. sons at a distence having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they ore selling at the time in hashvilie, and the cash remitted or paid to order. juiy21 DYER PEARL & CO. iMEDICAL. Ham-, , --w" iimtu accompanies i)r CL Wil .s,e 'ODShremedTwethccrfalfv noomM.. & tAJU . UK TinTr lAtTIMi.M. ...... . U,M and scientlflc nrenarti..n ucrs?raPi,n'.'..Ai!s a k. -.... f ho Is wrllblnc under ih tions, that patients plainly VeM lVgod ectl I? iV--1. ptes after taking thi first dose. ltZm IftoZJ, 'V! kI0' quick and posl.fve remedy for .rrtUgVmau,' LKt ox Tnit Lcoa, and removing those .1 "od .uuNlu,llOa UIO 0lUCUlC9fc U1U DOSS eCeCtlre Of all mmAt elnal agocts In the cure of all other dlaeaso. of the Thioli Chestand Lnngs. For full descrlpt'oni of Its morits. virtuos, Ac, see Pamnh, lets to bo' had ef the Agents. Poraale Wholesale and Retail, and on Agency bv J.M. ZIMMERMAN. Wholesale Drurs-lt. who 5 th rLnli ,tgeiit for this popular Jind valuable preparation at the cttyi .'.amiiiowia auciuuuuioc ctiumrr lb is aisoiorsaie Dv I'.o fnlln.'l.. II ..... I . . . . - - KWIS BROTHERS, W.P.CRAY, RKKRY& DEMOVILtE. GKORGKW. HKSDKKSHOTT, T. WELLS, ' 1I.O. St'OVEU JO. G.KRftWX. J. H.CUKKEY, .Mashville. B. C.CLOUSTO.V, 1 . , . - F. R. W'OLUKIDGK, ( franklin, T. . , . . HAWKINS & 1'OWLEK, Colombia. , Ana by all Draglt9 In everv town In tha Stale of Tennes see, ai.d all tbo Southern aud Western Sutes. - ' (deel l'm'dtww ' yYIIOLESAIiE DRUG- STORE. Coyicr of Market and Ilrond sis., Nashville. W. F. MM, S SUCCESSOR TO CAItTWJIIGUT AXD ARilSTKONO, (Wholesale Dealer in Drugs, iled iciuea, PainU, Dyes, Glassware, and Tarietr Goods, Corner of Urcad and Market street,, Naslryille, Ten nessee. Would respectfully inform the public that he has purchased thestoctcf Cartwriglit A Armstrong-. Druggists, corner cf Broad tray and Market, where he intends keeping a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paicts; Oils, Turpentine, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Glass Ware, and all other articles usually kept in Drugstores, together Willi a stock of varieties suitable for tie Country Trade. Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers,- and Planters, are invited to call and examine the stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he U determined to" sell at such prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality cf the goods are warranted to, be as renresentpil. A lany at,w-V l.-.;,. eeu purchased in the East since purchasing the stock, will wuuw.im wi uifilKliUJVI3UUIUHeM. UB 500 gallons Tanner's Oil; 10 bbls Linseed - doc 5 bblsLrd da; 4 Ibis Epsoru Salts; 50u lbs lix Logwood; 200 Us Madder, 175 "Sis Muriate of Tin; 500 Ha Alum; 250 lbs Gum Camphor: vucia iui sole juw iur cwu, ur on time to punctual men 500 lbs Litharge: lOOOaa Venetian Red; lOOOibs Spanish Whiting; 40 bxs liooh's Scotch Snuff; 20 bxs Garrett's do do; 4 bbls Macaboy's Snuff; lOOOIbs Putty; 5C0 Tbs Aqua-Amonia; 200 lbs Spirits Nitre; rr.n 1 - SOOOtt Sup Carb Soda; w n uipiiurmACiu; 50 grossM'Ine'a.Vermirge5P0 lbs Nitric dor 20 grosslahnstock'a, do; 500 tta Muriatic do; 50 grossMu3tangLinament; 10 Es Syrup Iod Iron; 500 &s Red Lead; Feathers, Ueeswax, Ginseng, Aa, taken in trade at mar ket prices. " octSO TIIE GREFENDERG VEGETAUIiEPIIiLS. ARE compounded with the utmost care and skill, and- the XA.ingredients are thoroughly tested by the most eminent Chemists. They are especially valuable for the prevention and cure cf fevers in general, all Millions and Liver com plaint, Costirenesa, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action of tho bowels, Sick Headaches, Influenza, Asthma, and a variety of other chronicl disease, and in.fine for all Imi ly uses. Price, with full'directions, 25' cents per box. Forsale by ALEX-. .MACKENZIE, .d?r-- r. N.17,Cc.!lcge sticeL And by every Druggist in the State. TIIEGRiEFENDERG DYSENTERY SYR UP. Is an unequaled remedy in all eaies ofEOWKL COMPLAINT and ASIATIC CliOLEUJ, it taken with, tha first symptom, vie Vomiting and Hiarrhtca. In the past wo vears. it has cured thousands in this State of BLOODY FLUX, when all other remedies, had failed. Price,50 cents per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent, College street, And for sale by every Druggist in the State Marshall's" uterine catjiolicon. For the dbease of Females, is one of the most extra ordinary and valuable medicines now extant If is prepar ed by Dr. Titos. Pomebot, af New York, an Atopnthie Pby sician, who has practiced sticcessfidrv in Ulica, New York,,forty years. Iu discovery was tho re' lilt of chance; while experimenting on remedies for a totally different train of disorders. For sx years it has 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 nererfaibt to re-" lieve tbe most distressing symptoms. I am permitted by t uuaui 1 ors.es, mij, 01 xJtwrenceDurg, to statu tlut in a few weeks it completely cured his negto girl, who bad been for five years in the" hands of physicians who had not been able to relieve her. Forsale by every Druggist in the Slate, and by . 1 ALEX3IACKENZIE. dec1?. Na 17, College street, Nashville. WOODEN WARE. We have just received -hom New 1 ork, purchased there at t it Uncut rale far cati: Wooden Bowls, with chopper?; Rolling Pins Beef steak Mauls; Pastry Bowls, Lemon. Squeezers, Lignum Vita? Faucifs, TV ooden Spoons, Wooden Tidies, Potatoe JIashers, Towel Rollers, Bung starts. Cocoa SheltDippers, Hearth Brooms,' Rat and Mouso Traps. Clothes Fins. Juniper and Cedar Woods, Brass and Iron bound Pails UeU torus. Clothe s Lines, Butter Spades, Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine. Balls. dec-J S:.OW, MACKESIIE" A CO. BRUSHES I RRUSHES ! Steele's best bell, shaped Dusters, of all afies, fancy and plain patlerni ComerDusters, Window Washers, Fly Brushes, Toy Brushes, Counter Dusters, Hearth Brooms, Whisk Brushes, Italian Whisks,. Common Dusting Brushes, Scrubbing Brushes, Blacking Brushes, " " Mops, Window Brushes, . Crumb Brushes, Tea Cop Mops. ALSO. Brckskms for polishing plaie furniture. For sal by SXOW, MACKENZIE A CO, dec2 House Furnfthinir store. IT CoIIam r AIDS TO HOUSEKEEPING. Manilla Door Mats, plain and fancy: - Ahcant Mats, three sixes; -n- Jute Mats, plain and fancy of all sizes; Coir Mats, various patients; ,0 Fancy Btrder Mats, with wood centrei- SheepSkin Mats, all colors; ' -1 - - " ' Open Mats from 3 to 3 feet each; Oil Cloth Table Mats; - , Palm Leaf " do; . . Chineso Table and Tea Mats. ' The above articles are for sale at lower prices' than' they have ever before been offered in Ihis cifv. ' ' - ' oeo2 NOW.ilACKENZIB H CO: .-1 QUN I'P-WDER.-JUST RECEIVED ray Powder Deport , AT . .t v 000 xegs Hazards Kentucky Rifle Powder .2$0 halves do ar dp do-' .100 quarter do do do do- ' ' ISO.kegs . do Sea shooting do do; J .. Alii!,9' -5w canisfen of one pound, each a very fine ar licle. torsareby S.H.LOOMLS,. , norSt lm Agent tor the Hazard Powder Co. . CASHJ CASH!!, TUNTEI) al the S0'" Nashville Furniture Factory.of VV good SEASONED LUMBER 100,000 feet of IK inch, Walnut Plank wider 60,000 do do do do do, 50,000 do 2 do do do do; 100,000 do Walnut Scantling, S feet long, 4, S A Sin, sore 100,000 do Cherry do do doj '. 100,000 do 1 inch Cherry Plank wide; ' ' 50,000 do do do dor 50,000 do 2 du do. do; 50,000 do Ash, ranging from ljf to 5 in thick wide plonk; Also, Poplar ofoU sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for 'which Oih will be paid on deliyerr. Also. 25 or ao good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom fair prices will be given in cash. .Uso, 1' or 2 good UP. .1 t'.'-I'TH' V" 1 , 1 I 1 t r, ' iiuLo,tJ"3- uuvu.viuiuicuueeu appiy, an!7 LADIES WINTER SHOES WE ARE NOW opening direct from the most fashionable Eastern manufactories J 4 Ladies' winter Gaiters, assort ed colon; do Kid, Ilorocco and Calf Skin Bootsr do Buskins and Slippers; do White Kid and Satin Gaiters; . do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes. In addition to a large assortment on band for Ladixs, Qts-tlemc-, Hists, Both, and Cummer, adapted lo the teatnn to which we invite the attention of purchasers, wholesale ondetail. A B. A C. W. ROBERTSON, PQY2S No. 45 College street CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; 20 do Sperm. do; ' 200 do Star do; 100 do Mould' c ' do; For sale by may22 EDWARDS HARRIS. . . ir jii r ii i i in rv n irw JLlVi Al GEOGERIES. dred bbU Lcoud's Hecljfied'wbiskyj H do Pata's A ' j do Robcrtsott county DD'Whiskv i do OldMonoagahelai .do: oois omuoarbn Wbis.'.; .baskets CoampagDe: W do American Brandy: SO do NE Rurai , 2. pipes Holland Gin; 4u boxes assorted CordUic ?9 hbU Old Port JViiw; SO bWs pure Peach Brands ; 10 bbls Apple Brandy; 4o do SCJ Winer SO do V-Tier3 Winter A1K . . . . ---u ooxcsuocx ivme " &Wv1nr "nd 20 "-"wrtedliramliei.; SXMl&L ClaretWine. In store and for sale by oct2g BEN St. NOEL 4 CO SimDRIE.S-ONE HUHDKEDBbTifTT bags pnme Rio Coffee: AHI bbls St Louis Miltt FTrair- rm f .1,to.f"?Sar: WBbls Stlouw ci!v JI.IU "eoonea Jtolasses; 2 casks iladder. X hou SugarioHje do. 10o GaMWMft Srtrt vSu??D0a3e lo; 1(W Bbls Vinegar; 100 kegs Nails. assorW- 20 bbla Powdered Sugar; 80 bbls Crushed Sugar; 50 bags Cotton Tarns; 10 casks Soda. 100 Demijohns, assorted; 5 tierces Rice; 5 eeroons best Indigo 10 bags lUee Ginger; 10 bags Pepper; In store and for sale by ocftj J- BEN.iL NOEL 4 AO. McCItEA & TERRASS, Corasr of Broad and College Strsets, KasiviUe, Tena, AgcnUforXmilh'i.Pittdrgand WfantHr.XXX cn.1 P. T , . C&trated Kenrutf, nAYi.VLT:-s'.ro?lTER & BROW.V STOl'T. at IitKhnr m the b,,owfeS which thev will sell 150 "Kenwf Ale Jmmeroso, 1 , rt,B'tothebet'SeoteIAlt 100J do do fortamilrusei 20 Casks IfotUed di- may22 ly a. o. ' A -LE! ALIT-ir 100 IiAUltKLS SJirTH'S A .celebrated Ale, received by Georgetown. low br JlcCREA 4 TERlusti. nor2 5 BroadwaT PO :l PLOHSt ! ISO RCS T PR VLOl It. X Flows, I tt.t received br Georgetown, and for sa.c low he ' ' ' McCKEAA TEISIUi-i, ' D0V27 , llnu,ir T ANdllORNE-At ARMISTKAD'S TOil it- XJ CO 50 boxes just received bvtba Mannc (tbytba Mennci-'i. sndtor McOKEAATEi.KAS, sale low by DQVSJj.- Uirdwy QPIClS-20 RAGS SPICES: oags repperj SO bags Uiograv Received this day per steamer liartsvifk? nov22 AFCKEA A TERilASSL JAVA COPPJ2E. W PACKJH 5 RlisT OLD Java CoQl-e, received per steamer HarL-mlh. M'CBBA eV TFIHiASH IV 1 AAiJr.lt I CASK UFST UlTl CH MA1J- der, received to-dar. nov22 MTUEA & TTRBAi-ici PORT WINE SO DARK ELS 1'OKT W1NF, receivedjby ,-. ' ilfCUKA &. TERRASSl BltANDY 10. CASKS SHiXKrt AND UL puy Brandy, received persteamerHart,;i,-. Jv22 J 3rCREA a-TEKRASS. r A DOZEN BUCKETS FOR SALE ItY JU novsi M'CREV A Ttdt.rfS. MACKEKEL 20 UARRKlj; 31AC 80 half bbls Maekerelt SO kits . kEUEL; Just received and"iir sale lowbv JOUNSO.VH()r; 4 CO. . ftcoadway. nov2i STAR CANDLICS IOO BOXES STAr7F.I dle-Jiut received and for sale low, to clone, bv nov22 JOHNSON. HOK.N K i. CO. SUGARS0 BARRELS CRUhHtiD SLiAlT; W bbls Loaf Sugar; IWbbUPtiwifcl d: Just received and forsale by nov23 JOH?OS, IIORNBi CO BAR LEAD-5.KEGS. DAR LEAD; Just received bv nov22 JOHNSON, IIOI.-NK A CO. HIDIiAULIC CEMENT 30O BARRELS: Louisville Urdradhc Cement Jmt rmtxrA and t.ir -aleby JOUNSO.N, UILM--A( O. SALT200 BAG 150 bagsFJneSslt; S XLKJi.S 1SL.VND S.VLT: just receiyed bv joii.vson. noRxn A co. nov22 ALE! ALE! I-50RAR11LLS "TRACE .V ilfcinV superior Pale and AmboC Ale, Jut re ceived and for sale low to dose, br nov7 JOHNSON. IIOR.NE A CO. DC O STANTLV supplied witb.BIundelt s uneuiuJlMl y L I and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,-jOt' lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low.-. We can also supply Railroad jfr-uek aad bepet fa'cahs, from three to fifty loos, on the motX ruisutbV tvran JOHNSON, HOKNE A CO, nov2-5 Broadwar Ip'RESH GROCEItlES DIRECTT'JtOJINKW Orleaiw. New Hngarf Fresh Rice; P. iroe Rio Coffv. Laguyra Coffee; pice; ltpper. Sperm Ctmllei At F r sale, low for Cash by JOUNbON, HOK.N E A CO. norlo B L ANGIIORN AcVRJIliyi;Ai. lOO i'At K ages of Langhom A Annisl fail's superior Chewing To bacco, jut reccii ed and fbr sale by octai JOHNSON, HORNEA CO. OOIARTNERSH1D-I HAVE TIIK D vf asfociateii with me ia the Wtwieile Uroeery, t jm nnssion. Receiving aud Forwardiug Buinuv. Mr. Wlli LI AM PHILLIPS, of Naahvilfc, under the, name andstym of LANIER itl'HILLIP novs , n. IT. L.VNIER. l. a. LAxicit UK. rnrLU.M. LANIER ti rillLLirS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION, EXCZTTINO AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. cov2 Ao. 80, Market tirett, XiuAoiOe Tnv JUST RECEIVED FROjfJT llTui.S, . "C barrels Loaf Sogar; . 20 " Crushed do; 10 " Pulverid it ; 100 boxes Star Candies'; 50 " ItosinSoup. For sale low by LANIER A PHILLIPS. -p UCKWUEAT FLO Ult-F I FT Y FOUR JLJ .Oapi ilucxwbeat Hour tor auie bv novSS LANIER A PHILLIPS. PKRKTfTS & CLACK, . . WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commission and Forwanling JIcrchanM, - Cotton arid Tobacco Factors, Ojrner of College and Chutxk trtfU, XuhtOU. COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bag Havatu; 00 uo Laguvara; 50 do Java. CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,. American' IW.OOOOCuba 6' aud Melee Cigars: CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm ami blan 20O boxes Stcrine an Tallowy COTTON YARNS A lo' of asmrted Nh. 0-.nnbnrs.w- periot quality at man ufaeturers prices; FRUITS 1 Oabxa lUisins, aswrted sires- to drums Figs; 50 frails Almond 20 liUsPanK FISn 50 barrels and balfbarreU Mackeret, ' -7fl Kifct Mackerel; Incases Srdines: FLOUR 200 bbUOalligo; 175 CuHHrmati; ' . 75 do St Louis (Harrison's;) GLASS. 200 boxes Window.all sires; 125 do Qt.Pt, and pt. FLrnks; 75 do Flint Tnmb era and (ioblot: CO do Srroalt and Cap Jars; SO Demijons, fireaad three rsllons; IRON Tennessee ondPjtUburg, assorted sizes, LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pint: - 10 civn Scotch .Ue -' 73 barrels American and Freneu Brandy; . . v96 dor Apple and Peach -uui - OO, da AVbisky, -various brand); , 50 do Holland Gin; 36 do N. E. Rum; 25 do Winejajioustindsj 100 do 'Cider Vinegar; 1 ' MOLASSES 160-bbU and i BbU reboiled and 3. lUnse; ... . 75 bbliSt Il'n und V II CnMm Srrno- , NAILS ISO kegs Pittsburgh, assorted iizei; . c icy--wt,.i.Jr.. - ipiCKLES 16 cases choice- iwerted ITelles; 10 cases ioinaroe iusup; SUGAR 100 hhdLouisfana Sugar; 1Q0 bbl St Ixii.-iand Philadelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 25 rlo Loaf iLovering's;) SPICES-IO bags Auspice: 10 do Pepper; 10 do Gmgef, ttace and ground; , SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 2.W oets Ul and coasec 13A sacks Dairy and 7S boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes ban 5U do Fancy Soap: SEEDSiS barrels Millet Seed; 1 TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing assorted brands; 25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article; SUNDRIES Indigo. Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, LeaJ, Powder, Shot, Salarratus, Soda, Axes. Chain. . PaintedBucketSjAti, Ac. For sale low for cash by PERKINS 4 CLACK. iay unsnu auvsnceson consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and. Lord; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beesry or, Tallow and Cftnseng. For which we W ill pay liberal prices in cash or Grccen. ..p?3 PERKINS A CLACK. SUGAR-200 hhds Prime NewSugar; 60 barrels Clarified Sugar; 5o barrels Loaf Sugar; 50 . do Crushed do; 10 do Powdereddo, Just received and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS. may22 OL ASSES, SYR UI, AC 150 bbla Prime Mo lasses; 20 bbUSuagr House Molassen 10 bbls Golden Syrup; ikegs Golden Syrnp, lost re ceived and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS, may 22 C OFFEE-300 bags Green Rio Coffoe; 100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St Jago Coffee; 25 . do Java do, just received and tor sile or may 23 EDWARDS A HARRIS. SALT, NAILS, &c 1,000 bbls Kanawha Sait 500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt; V 500 kegs Nails andBrads. forsale by may23 EDWARDS A HARRIS. CIGARS. 20.000 Genuine Havana Cigars; 100,000 Imitation do do; 100 boxes Metce Clears; for sale br mar22;.. . - - HOWARDS' & HARRIS: f ii. Mii I4v