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j, f . - . , - - . -- - -av Jfci - 4 3 1 1 5?. 4l 4 VOL, XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. ' t ' " " THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN' Is furnished to subscribers a; the following rates: Single copies, one your in advance. S" 50; within' the year $3 00; at the end -j of Ibe'ycar ft '00. Cures Of five and upwards J2 Oo I pei'copy for' one year; Club of subscribers will here- eei ved for six months at the foregoing rates. be TRI-WEEKLY is published evry Tuesday "hursdy and J&tnrday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nbtpuia advance, i. HAlLYig published at Eight Dollars. BTTUE-SIOXKY Iv' LL CASES TO ACCOlirANl SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ma bo Made by trail i our risk piper will be Pent out of the Slato unless tho order Is ac companiedwith the cash. (.EOEUE W. COOK. ATTORNEY AT LA W AH11 LAIIDAOEHT, AV oco'VilIase. Texas. "VTTILL attend to tho collection of debts, and the invest! V V gallon and perfecting of laud titles in Ttix j: UKKEKENCES. llonro V. O.Totton; Horn Natoix Gat-of, " "K. G, M'KtKXCT, " H. L. RlDUT, " SL Ia. Cabutiuks. ' Abe Cabuthers, Jonx L. Hiuex, Governor W. B. CAUrBdx. aug31 twly "MAN KNOW THYSELF." AnTnvaliuiih Bool: for 25 cents. "Bvery Family should have a Copy" rpWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less JL than 5 months. A, new edition, revised tuidumproved, just issued. ur. HU.V.lf.11. .M1.LMUA1. MANUAL AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an outline of the origin, progress, treatment and cureof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexutl excess, with advice lor their prevention, written in u familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, und overvthing that would offend the ear of decency, from the result of noma twenty years success- ui practice, exclusively uevoteu to me cure oi uiseuses ui a delicate or privafe nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the abovedis eases, and a treatise ou the cause, symptoms and cure of the rever ana Ague. Testiwoxt o1 nti Pnor. op Obstetiucs is Veks. Cot Eoe, PmLADiipniA. 1)K. IlUHTEit'S MEDICAL MAX UAU Tlie author of this work imlike the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, s a graduate of one of the bet Colleges iu the United States. It affords me pleasure lo recommend him to tho unfortunate, or to the victim' of malpractice, as a succesful and exjer:ence J practitionur, iu whose honor and integrity hey mav place the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LO.VGSIIORE. M. D. Feom A. AYoodwaud, M. D ov Pkxx. UNivrnsiTr, Phil ADttTHtA. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numeroui cases of Diseases of the Uenital Orgaus, ome of them of long btandinj, have como under my no tice, in which las skill his been mauil'est in restoring toper ect health, ia some instances where the patient has beep considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions.produced y self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his supe ior in the pnifevsion. 1 have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice o him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ol early indiscretion, lo i-ecouimend him as one, in whose pro essional skill and integrity, they may safely confide thera s elves. ALP. WOODWARD, M. D. This Is, without exception, the most comprehensive and ntelligible work published o:i tho class of diseases which t traits. Avoiding all technical terms, it addres-es itself o the reason of its readers. Itis free from all objectiona lo matter, aad no parent, however fastidious, e o placingit inthe handsof his sons. The author has de rot! maiiyyearstothetreatmontof the various complaints reated of, and with too little breath to putt,' and 'too lit o presumption to impose, he hasolleredto the world at he merely nominal price of 25 cenbs tlie fruits of some wentyjears mast successful practice" Jlerald. "No teacheror parent should be without tlie knowledge inpartod in this invaluable wort. It would save years of pain, mortification and Ferrow tw the youth under their charge." Peoph't AJcvtaie. A Presbjtenan clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun er's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and iutluenceot the passions, have been led into the habit of t-clfpollution without realii ng the sin and fearful consequences upon themelves and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the csuso or 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 wret.lieduess, would confer tho greatest blessing next to tho religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Iutemperance (or the ue of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous ands, is nl a greater tcourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afilicted, and, your co-worker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copv, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ol Voslage. to an)' part of the United States for 2j cents, or 6 copies for 1. Address ipot paid,) C03DEX&CO., Publishers Box liG, Philida. Booksellers, Canvas-ters and Hook Agonts supplied on he must liberal terms. septa; ly UNITED STATES HOTEL. AUGUSTA, GA. THEalwre HOTEL is iiownpenjpr the reception of AzX PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT HOARDERS. jS Th's long established and well-known House has under cat a thorough idleralion throughout, and lurnished with it and fish.oneble FURNITURE. TneTAlU.E will nlwavs be supplied with the BEST the market affords: aud the " Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants and tho regulations ofthehouss generally, lm will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to ioso that may favor hiui with their patronage tin2-J lytrw 1NO. W. SPERAS AL1!AHI.E DWKI.LINC IIOILSK I'OR KALE. Tbe undersigned offers for sUe his lesidence nSpriug or Churcli Street, with the furniture if desired. Terms mado kuown on application to K. C. FOSTER, Bd. Or in my absence to (3. M. FOUQ. una IT tf. Anti-ivti:nt .iiuuicixk house. avk respectfully beg leave to make known to the public that we liavo disrarJed from our Drug Store all Pa'ent and Projinetory Medic.n.-s, and henceforth will not engage iu the sale of ttiein. Our whole attention will be dev td to the preparation nnd sale of Legitimate Medicines, which wo will warrant to lw ot the purest quilitr. Pal ticular attention given to tilling llifls and Prescrip tions. Our prices will Cj lound to be as low as the lowest, us we are determined not to be undersold by auy in this market. We keep mi clerks m our employ but those ex perienced in the business. Iu continuation of the above facts, all are invited to call and see for themselves. Sf RETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Ueiail Druggists, corner College and Union streets, Na-Jarille. nov27 IHILADliLl'lIIA ONE l'KICE CLOT1UXC STORK, Cedur street, near the PostOtGce, Nashville, Tennessee We lopectfully call the attention ofOentlc inen to the ad vantage mi arrangcnient that we have recent ly made for die purpose of lurmshiugihem with clothing of superior quJity, at nni. o lower rates than has heretofore been charged by similar establishments. The senior patt ner, Slr. It. D.'CIiRon, residing and lemaining continually in Philadelphia,) haling been for many years engaged in tlie purchase of material and the manufacturing of Clothing in the Eastern Market gives us decided advantages, which we are returning to the benefit of our customers. With this arrangement, and the one price principle, we Hatter our selves that wc shall be ablo to give satisfaction to all who may favor in with their patronage. Jinking to Order -We have in our employ one of the most eienenced and superior cutters in the United States, und will warrant our woi k to givo entire satisfaction. Our stock of tioodson hand is large and beautiful, com prising all the latest styles of fabrics introduced. Gentle men will please call and examine our stock. uov4 CLIFTON ABBOTT. JOHN .RICHARDSON, 1IAK1IER A NO IIAIIi DIIESSEH, No. 22 Ceoar Stkert. VT7'OULD respectfully inform all who have any use Y for the er ices of a Barber, that he has at tU'stinie In his employ n number of tbo best and most experienced operators that ever handled n razor or a pair of shears in Nashville. His shop is luted up neatly, and gentlemen may ulft ays confiJenilv rely usu prompt attentiou and cumfor table shaving, lie hopes to continue to receive a liberal share of cuojuraeenieut from an intelligent public that knows how t discriminate between "gilt aud gold o'er dusted." "2 '7 "TKVT AKft A":i2jTTN P Hie uauuisig.n-a iiv ing purchased of J. M. S1HTH his ctiliie slock in trade, intend carrj ing it ou in all its vaitous blanches, nd solicit from our friends and the custouieia of tho house a literal shareof their custom. pc0-am McCLUREA MOORE. STO V liS. We liae iio ou band, and will receive large additions iu a few dais, a splendid assortment of Moves of oven- description, and will k11 them onuS(,ood terms as any houso in the city. ,!ecR McOLURKA- MOORE, No.10 Broadivay, formerly occupied by J. M. Smith. TAILOK'S NOTICE. -AVAS COJIMPP. fj lea iu wan n mwuiu v..... ... - November Ut,! m necrn man who ca!U ins name iiium iVS, and savs tti.i h lieionirs to James Jones, u negro trader, who buo-ht liiiuiu A'trrinia from John Hardy, and that ho got awav from Jones in Alabama. Thomas is about ." feet S or lo inches high, SO or 3. years old, weighs 16.) pounds, daik color. The owner or owners are notified to come fonvard prove property, pav charges and take said negro away, or be will bo dealt with as the law directs. JAMES J. HAMILTON, jan.V wSt. printers fee $i. Jailor Hardin County. rpHlS IS TO CERTIFY THAT DR. E. JL THOMAS, 47 Union street, cured me of a most obstin nteand dangerons FISTULA mithoi 1 1 le use of the knile. It lias rmiuod sound for lie last rin months. Some of the profession here thought it unife tj operate on it, aud many other tnd to cure it but failed. 1 cs n be found at Se A'eraaJah Hotel janS-.lmJ AV. 1). SNYDER: MISCELLANEOUS, ESTABLISHED FOE TEN YEAES' mmtii in i it m VUR Goods ara" stlccted nnd purchased by ourselycs J with great care in tlie best markets, which enables us loselllowforCASHi .Our Candies are WARRANTED fo serpurv; uoo v reii us tiiu:tf i ua uuy iiuu-e in ine counirv Toys, Pocket Cutlery, PISTOLS, Revolvers, and Sell-cock ing; Spanish Cigars, Ac, Ac. july26 tf NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE YV0KK5. JAJLES SLOAN, l'roprietor. wactet st., orroeiTi jojixsos & uorne's tobacco WABtnousr NASHVILLE, TENN. Ifarhh Warerooms al the old stand. Corner, of Sum mer and Spring Streets. HAA'ING'tnade extensive enlargements in my Marble Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all kinds of work in the most tasteful manner end the latest style, as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities. By calling at my Ware-rooms, ou the corner of Snrinn-nnil Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable persons to judge for themselves, which is the best method. Having on band all kinds of Marblo from East Tennessee. Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. A laree assortment of Monuments. Tombs. Ilantiml Founts, Urns, A'ases, Gardeu Figures, Grave Stones, &, carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marblo executed to order and sent to any part of Ihe South-West ascheap as it can be nrocured from tbe East Also. Marfjle Mantels. of every description, plain or carved. Building Stone, sold wnoiesate and retail. All orders left at my Ware-Rooms, on thecornerofSDrin" and Summer,streets, will meet with prompt attention. My friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex amine my stock before purcliasing elsewhere. Thankful to my old friends aud customers for their liberal patronage, 1 hope by strict attention'to business to merit' "a continuance oftneir favors. JAMES SLOAN, Corner ofbpnngand Summer streets, Nashville. feb!9 lv COACH MAKING. rpHE nndersicmed would resnectfully in L form tlieir friends and the public that 'ftW'S' they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No.t, iJeadenct St., where they intend to carry on OOAUIl MAK ING in alt its branches. We will keen constantly on hand an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of on reasonable terms. Carriages of every description mads to order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and thepuolic may rely upon getting their work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best workmanship and materials. STBLACKSMITIIING. Every descrintion of BLACK SMITH'S WOK.K executed in the best manner on liberal terms. fSTHORSE SHOEING. We have in our emnlovexperi enced UORSESHOERS, and tlie public may rclvon gett'pjr their horses shod in the neatest manner. All workert crnf to our care will be under the immediate supen'cUsd ca i the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat isfaction to all. We respectfully soliclttrom the public a liberal share of their patronage. iet "J ty t;ttAM x bilhl'llh.ltl). r.O JtKM'AKD. ' RANAAVAY from the subscriber on the night of ftfc tho 3rd inst, his negro boy AMOS. He is about' jatr 20 vears of ace. 5 feet 'J or 10 inches legh and weiehs tS ubou' 150 pounds. He is a bright mulatto, lis: sirdighl hair and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass him self as a while man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of Spartanburg District, and was purcliased by Capt. James Bonds of Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lurkiug in the vicinity of that totvn. or may attempt his escape to a free State. He rode oil' a sorrel horse ten or twelve yeirs old, which has a scar on both shoulders caused by warts, and is shod behind, is quick in gaits aud steps short, holds a tine head, is suck very much above the eves and inclines to be spiteful. The abovo 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. All expenses for keeping the horse will nlso be paid. Newberry, S. C. July, W. G. NEEL. sept4 tl TnOUAS HO DCS. KEISOM WALKEB. 1IODOE AVALICEU. Barbers, Hair-Drissers, &c, c, A'o. 13, Ctdar it rut. HAVE opened tlieir new establishment, and oiTer to their customers and the public in general inducements nev er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house, we feel confident that all who give us a call vi ill leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbcring, Hair-Dressing, Ac., we have large, commodious and neatly furnished Batli-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, jutsiep in and see with what magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary effect our pure water has upou a wearied aud cotU Ixxly. aug3 tf rpo ALLAVHOJI IT MAY CONCEICN. THE 1 undersigned hereby gives notice that whereas on the loth day of December, lsls, there was issued by the Com mouwealth of A'irginia, a Military Iuid Wai rant No- 6,290, for 400 acres of Land to Peter Booth and Martha Porch the heirs or legal representatives of Michael Booth, deceased, late a Sergeant of the Continetal line of A'irginia, for er vices rendered as Sergeant during the AVar in said Conti nental line, which said Warrant was lost or mislaid, and whereas on the 2Sth day of October, 1841, a duplicate War rant was issued to said in nors, vh cli said duplicate has also been lostor mislaid, and whereas on the 7th day of No vember, 1S."3, another duplicate Warraut was issued tnsaid minors. 1 now therefore publish that I will make applica tion to the General Land Office at Washington for tjcnp, to be issued to me as the only surviving heir of the said Micheal Booth, deceased, under act of Congress entitled "An act makiug further provisions for the satisfaction of A'irginia Land Warrants, approved August 31st, 1S.V2. novlt) triw3ms. MARTHA POUCH. lf The AVashington Ui.ion will publish the above three months, send puperand account to this office. " EYE lNTIKJlAHY, THIRD STItKHT, XKAIt JEFFKKSON, Louisville, Ky. TYR. I. T. UNDERWOOD, having met XJ with unparalleled success in tho treat- -g nientiiflhc Lye in numerous cases of intlauia. rgSfc&g tion, and having sucoeeded in restoring sight S?fxW?c' iu many others when it was apparently extinct, without the use of surgical instruments, continues to devote himself t practice. A number of patients, residing in Louisville, afflicted with diseased eyes, whose cases have teen pronouueed in curable by other physicians, have been restored to sight by Dr. Underwood, who begs leave to refer to them. dec23 lm. BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXFIi(K"J XEAR ISllOAD Si'KEET. THE Subscriber respectfully returns his thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance of patronage inthe above 'line, also COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Balbit Mend and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash witl bo paid at all times for old copper and brass. june22 ly B. COLE. COIJNTUA" RESIDENCE I'OR SALE The subscriber offers for sale Ins residence, situ- Sgja atedaboutS miles from Nashville, on the Murfrees- "JJ1. hon' Turnnike. It c.nsists of about 60 actes, one-half ma high state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never iYiliiuSniinrs: an extensive Orchard, contaiiunirajrreat va riety of choice fruit-trees; with iim-.niodious dwcllingand ont houVes. A further description is unnecessary, as those de sirous to purchase cm call and examine for themselves. 'forms -One-third cash, and a credit of one and two vears on iliebalance. It not sold privately before the IKIh inst, the premises ill be offered at public sale al the Court-house on that day. nov.i tt S. J. v,Aitir.u. I AND AVAItRANTS. We are buying and paying the very highest prices lor IVN'U WARRANTS. Per sons at a disiAiice having warrants tosell by sending to us by inailorothenvi.se ni.iy depend on getting the highest prices t v. tilth they are setting ai ine lime in .asuvuie auu tlie casn reunneu orimiu uorurr. july.1 DYER PEARL A CO. i AVTi.i:in!i s:s nT other jiakblk iL AVOUIv, ui Induced l'.xe. -HUGH HENDERSON piopo-esto sell Mai ble Mantle Pieces, Monuments, and a latietv ol other uork. of tine ITALIAN, EGYPTIAN AND A EUlUAN MARBLE. at reduced puces. nov.9 tt. -Til!'li if.-lI' AV1T.MAM JIAYNURD. A JN native ot Briestcr in the county of Oxford, Old Eng- Ijti.I nnd some time sn.ro lesidinsr in Nashville, lennes see. will correspond with his- friends in Ensland, he will hear of something to hisgreat advantage, or to AVI LLIAM BURNETT. decW Stw Kingsville, Canada AVest. DARK AXO I.I-LVA'ES I wish to purchase with .13 cash, n large nuantity of Chestnut Oak Bsrk and Shoe make leaves, lor Taning purwses. Appl to J. O. Moore, corner of Union and Market streets. jul.rtTilAwU-. TRED1MCK ROTH 11R1CK DAVELLIXO-HOUSE FOR RENT 13 Tho Brick Hou;e, No. Cherry street, lately occupied by Geu. S. R Anderson, will be rentedto a good tenant. for the year 1S54. Apply to RAMAGEACHURCH, decSl 42 College street I MEDICAL. EWIN BROTHERS, AYIIOLESALE DRUGGISTS, no. itsoia v.oiiL-ge airuei, NASHVILLE, TENN., l 0UL1) respectfully inform Druggists, Merchants, T T rnysiciang ana .M&nuiacinrers, inat uiey nave again commenced the DRUG BUSINESS in the Dew building on College, near Church street, and intend confining themselves to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is nearly eu- iiretya trestione, and they are determined to mate both the prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer sale low for cash or on time to punctual men 640 gallons best AVmter bperm Oil; ' BArt " ' TIlnner!4, Oilr Tanners' Oil; 1063 pounds Ind.go, of prime quality; 1W Ldo Madder, " " ' 630 do Extract of Logwood in small boxes; 40 do Cochineal; 65 do Muriate of Tin; 1.W0 do Alum; 1400 do Refined Salpelre; 1000 do Epsom Salts; 050 .do Gum Camphor; . " ', 7500 do, Sup. Carb. Soda; ' ' 90Groririne-S'A'ermlfuge; !' : 10 do il'Ijuie's Liver Pills; 20 do Fahneslock's Vermifuge; . 100 doz. Mustang Liniment; 100 Gro. wood boxMatches; 880 dox. Mason's Blacking; - - . SSO'm. G. D. Caps; 1000 pounds Red Lead dry; 600 do White do do; SoO do Letharge; 1600 do Eng. Venetian Red; 200 bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed; . . , 45 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in packages';' ' ' ' 21 do "Garrett'a do do; 60 doz. '- do in bottles; 43 do Uaccaboy Snuff, in cots; 1000 lbs. " injaraandbbls; 800 boxes Window Glass assorted; 4000 lbs. Putty; 130 pounds Pearl Sage; 110 do Tapioca; 650 do Gum Arabic; . .... 36 doz. Cod Liver Oil Rushton, Clarke A Co's; CO do Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxes; 86 do Soda; " 60 pounds Calomel, English and American; 10 do Hydriodate of Potash; 215 .do Spirits Nitric Aether; 66 do Aqua Ammonia; 20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; SchscQelin's Extra Powders aud Extracts: I'hysiciau's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of various styles; Physicians' Pocket Cases of Vials a large rarity; Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trepannm and miuwiie lusirumeuui, iu cases; Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes. IT" Feathers, Beeswax. Oinsensr. Flaxseed. Ac taken at me nigncst market rates.i foctlS tf ZINC AVIIITE PAINT.-W kegs received and for sale low. This article is said to be much superior to i line iau in onuiancy oi coior. ouraDiiity in exposed situations, and ell the purposes to which the latter is applied und costs but little more. It is coming largely into use in me eastern cuies. ocisy tw u littumtlts. GOLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces Abbey's best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received and for sale low by oct20 EWIN BROTHERS. - FAIR LIVINGSTON'S DORMANT FLAT- X FORM SCALES. 1 pair Platform Scales. For sale at cost and carriage. rieclu EWINBROTHERS, Nashville. TNDHJO. 14aO BS. INDIGO RECEIVED JL this day und for sale low by janl EWIN BROTHERS. TVTOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED I A with me in the Coach MauufacturingllusinessMessrs, ROIIERT CAPPS, JAMESF. PHELPS aud ARCHIBALD STUART, all good Mechanics and industrious men, 1 ask for Ihe couutinuation of my old customers, and hope, by a strict attention, to merit the same. janl2-6m. IRA A. STOUT. ON COACH FACTORY I Entrance JTo. 5 Clark Street, No. S Siting" Street. UNDER THE TIRM OF IRil i. STOUT & GO. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, hiring formed a Union for the puriiose of caryingon the Coach Manufactur ing Business in all its various branches having taken the oldstnndof Ira A. Stout, ou Clark Street and extended through to Spring Street, we are ready to compete with any Carriage Manufactory in the State of Tennessee, ou uuy work brought from the North or East, and all we ask of our friends and the public is, to give us a call for an articlo iu our line of business; having superior workmen and the best of stock. Also, we beg leave hereto say that we use no iron but the be3t Tennessee, which is the best iron in the United States for Coach work. AA'e are all working men and will use our utmost exertions to give satisfaction to our customers, and all persons having work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. 2t'All orders promptly attended to. IRA A. STOUT, ROBERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHELPS. jan!2 6m bwAo ARCHIBALD STUART. FOR RENT. THREE Store Rooms on Deaderick street. Also, one double office on the second floor, and lodging rooms on the third floor of the same building. Apply to JACOB McGAVOCK, or RANDAL W. McGAVOCK. janl4 lw Tennessee i'owaci. "OOAA'DER- Tcunessee Rifle, in quarter, half and Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. JL whole kegs. A full suoulv of the above descriptions of Powder, war ranted equal to any in the market, always on hand and fur suldby jal4 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO. SAFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse by the original manufacturers, for sale by OllEiA 1 II AM, H A1.1U.1 K VjVJ. jsU No. fir, I'ublic Square. AAA 1 AVISH TO FURCHASE 1UVUv 10,000 Stock in the AVire Suspension lindge, at par, payable in Merchandise at cash prices. nsvm am it. n. iuui;ivv ai, io.,i rtioiic square. STEAVART it AVEAKLEY, WHOLESALE l- JIE1AIL GROCERS, NO. 8 BROADWAY, TT. AVE ON HAND and offer for sale 200 bbls Flour, JLJL various brands; 100 barrels hisky; 25 dozen Painted Buckets; 1 AVillow Clothes Basket; 10 coils Manilla Rope; 25 reels Packing Yarn; 10 dozen Guarded Gla.s Lanterns: 25 " unmesiic urandy; 10 " Gin; 5 " SMAVine; 20 " Monongahela and Rye hisky; 10 barrels Lincoln A hisky; 10 boxes Tumblers; 20 pipes French Brandy; 25 do Pint A Quart Flasks; 1 j pipe Catawba do; 16 cases Hermetically seal 1 i pipe Old Coc do; ed Peaches: 1 XC pipe Old Spanish do; SO whole, half and quarter 60 barrels Molasses; boxes Raisins: 20 W barrels Syrup; 10 barrels Lard Oil; S do Linseed Oil; 2 do Turpentinu; 10 do Peach Brandy; 4 do W R Butter; 13 K Jo do do; 10 bbls No 1 & 2 Mackerel; 10 lA bbls No 2 do; 25 kits No 1 A 2 do; 2 barrels Salmon; 1 drum Cod Fish; 100 boxes AV R Cheese; 50 boxes Eng. Dairy d; 50 bags BucKwheut Flour; 10 doz Zinc Washboards; 25 doz AVillow Market 00 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 boxes Pie Fruits; 10 boxes Mixed Pickles; 25 boxes Lemons; 60 jars assorted Preserves; 20 do Tomato Catsup; 100 A qr boxes Serdines; 2 CHses Table Salt; 25 barrels Pilot Bread; 80 bxs Tobacco, v's brands; 3u bxs Tallow Caudles; 50 bis Soap; 20,000 Regalia Cigars; 20 dozen Com Blooms; 1 box Clothes Pins; 200 reams Wrapping Paper; 25 bags Spun Cotton; 10 bags Wrapping Twine; Baskets; 1 bae Caudle AVick. Together with Butter, AA'ater, Soda, Sugar, Pic Nic and Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and ljoaf Sugar; Pep per, Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Madder, Starch, Alum, Copper as, Mustard, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Golden Syrup, Dried Ap ples and Peaches; Hominy, Beans, Peas, Bacon, Lard, Dried Beef. Sweet and Irish Potatoes. Together with va rious other articles, usually kept in a Boat Store and Family Grocery, to which we would call tbe attention of Farmers Steamboat Men, and tbe public penerully, as we are de termiued to sell for small profits for cash. (janl2 Come one Came all ! This Bock shall fly Prom its firm base as soon as I ! ! ! FALL AND AVINTER STOCK FOR 1853-1. ri MlE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of JL Nashville and surrounding country that he lias nowon hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall and AVinter wear. Among which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do, Black, Blue, Brown und Olive Over Coats, Sack, Paletots, Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles and colors too numerous to mention. Pants and Vests oi ever style and color, to suit tho most fastiduous. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING. Fiue Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks, A'alises, Caniet Bags, Ac., Ac Country Merchauts, in particular, are requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. septl3 " L. POAVERS, No SI, Market nt.'opposite Union Street, N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com bniation of men. L. P. MULES UEEF AND.PORK.i BM For sale 100 likely MULES, 2 and 3 ( SLjean old; 85 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed,)- and 100 PORK. HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can see me at my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South west of She'lbyvillo, or address me by letter at Richmond Post Office. nor.l5-tf. M. P.GENTRY. 1?OR SALE. A GOOD SECOND-HAND : CARRIAGE and HARNESS. Call on decT tf JOHN H. SLOAN, at bis Livery Stable, NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 25, 1854. MEDICAL. Tlh J. II.- JIARCHISI'S CELERUATHn ATHOLICON. tor the relief and aim rtf mtTrr im reinaiei. it stauds pre eminent for its curative powen in all diseases Tor which ft is recommended, called Female Complaints. Or these are Prolapsus Uteri, or Fallins of the Womb; Flour Altius, or ' Whiles; Chronic Infiam lnstlnn and Ulceration of the Womb; Incidental He morrhage, or Hooding; Paltiful, Suppressed, and Irregular .Menstruation, eVc, with accompanying evils, (Caucer excepted,) no matter how sever orof how long standing, initio ratboiu-on far sur passes other remoi'les.iu beta? more certain, less xponsive, und leaving I hi ' syslerj Iu a better Condition. Let all interested tu neh a remedy call auu obtain a pamnhlet (freet containing anuria pruof, iroui highly respectable sources, of tan happy ruaits ui us ue, i"ge,uer iia icners irotu nrsi-ciass experienced toiifciciuiis, nnu uT9 iiiwi u in ineir practice, and speak from theirown observations. KrrxRscies.-I' B. Pcckham. M. D.. Utlea. N. Y..L.D. . rieuiiii. -u. u. irauauua.1 'ua. -1 - V si. tl . jiiim. .M. II.. noinosiur, .1. i ., u i . room, m. u., arraenso,.. x., rrar. Dunbar, M. 1)., Haiti. uore. Md . J. C. Orrlet. M. D.. Hulil- T. 1 . V . ' 1 . ' I. . 7. J more.Aid., W. V. Keeao, M. D.. Now York City. W. Pres- cuu, .u. u , uuncurj, .i. n., j.r. .xewianu, Jl. u., unea, A- PamphleU had cratls at Jonx P. Dioxooole'i Patnnt Aieuiclue House, collee street, Wholesale and Retal Agcnc asnviuo, i ennouee., Ainu. ror sale Dy Dr. F. S. WotnRino, Franklin, IsiuxA. Ecklis, Srrlngfleld, JarncsT lii-mw, Gallatin, Cook & Owen. Lebanon. Crockit &. KioDLx, Murfreesboro'. Letter addrtued to Main. Bench i- Brotenttt.JI'entt at Jfevtberry C. If., S. C, tj Rev. C. S. Betrd, ef tame State. Gikxk SrRixas, Jan. 9th, l?53. Jlessrs. Bri.cn & Urowxsox bm: I sen, I lor annthnr bottle or your ".Varchtsl's Uterlnd Uatholicon." My wife has been atllicted fur eleven years, and a variety of means jias ueen rosurieu iiiiorrcuei, uut uonu was obtained unlll I received this medicine from you. us mnueuca seems al most nairical: there was a manifest Improvement f-ointho day It was taken. As there are a great many females in our country laboring uiiud I ,uu amiiuiiu iui nuiui jwui lucuicino proposes a reinuuy, i isoi i a uuij lo recoiuiucuu i. o ail sucn. (Mailed. 1 tiLODail S Utun. ITT J. B. MAKCHISI & CO., Proprietors. Central lia. rot, 301 tsroadway, i. . . nov24. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER, THE great Remedy for Rheumatisiu.Gout, pain In the Side Ilin. Hack I.imh and ioints. Scrofula TCinn. Vril White Swellings, Hard Tumors, ritiO" Joints, nnd all fixed is applied rain cannot A cenlleman in lbs South of Europe and Palestine, in 1S80. heard so mdeh said in the latter place in favor of JEW JJAVIDV5 PLAbTER, and of the (as he considered) miraculous cure-j it had performed, that he was induced to try it on his own person, for a Lung and Liver Affection, the removal of which had been the chief object of his iour- ney, but which had resisted the genial and delicious clime. lie accordingly applied a plaster on the right side of his chest where the pain was seated, another between the shoulders, and one over the region of the liver. In the mean time he drank freely of an herb tea of laxative qual ities. He soon lound his health improving, aud in a few weeks his cough left him; theaallowness t his skin disap tieared, his pain was removed, and his health became per manently reinstated. The following is from Mr. Worstell, editor of the Mas Billion Gazette: "Gkntllmcv. During last winter and spring. I was so troubled with a pain in my breast as to render me unfit for the duties of my ollice ; and hearing your JEW DA TID'tl or HEBREW PLASTER highly rccommeuded for n::t ... i .fi i- ...., . similar casus, i was muuceu 10 give li a inau i uau worn a plaster upon my breast but a short time . when all pain left me, and I was enabled again to engage in the labors of the ollice I would also state, that my sister, rcsidimr in Steubenvillein this Slate, has received much benefit from its use. l ours, truly. JOHN P WORSTELL." Massillon, Novcmbsr 12, 1S43. It has been very beneficial in cases of Weakness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stomach, Weak Limbs, Lame ness. Affection of the Spine. Female Weakness. Ac No female, subject to pain or weakness in the back or sides, should be without it. Married ladies in delicate situations find great relief from constantly wearing this plaster. i ne application ol the rlaster between the Wioulders has been found a certain remedy for Colds, Coughs, Phthisic, and Lung AUl-ctions, in their primary stages. It destroys inflammation by perspiration. ucware or counterfeits and base imitations! CA UTI ON. i he subscribers are the only General Airenfs in the Southern States for the sale of this truly valuable Plaster; and in order to prevent purchasers being imposed upon, by a couuieneit article, sold m this city and else where, for the genuine, tbey invite particular attentiou to the following MiRks ox rmt Gcniinb : 1st Tm Knuint ii put vd ia unojth. enaine turned bot tomed loxts, )iot toldertd in. 2d The genuine haithetnjratedlieilof Jew Daril on thelir(Ctioin arrin-l the lxt, with accomvsnying record of Ouurl to E. Taylor, IivohuUr. SCOVIL A MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agents for Ihe Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold also, Wholesale and ltetail br HKRTtY A DEMOVAL, EWIN BKOTUEliS, W. F. GRAY, J. M. ZIMMERMAN. janl2. dlwiw Agents. PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND. For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those Sympathetic Nervous AtTectiuus attendant on Pregnancy. Much of the suffering attendant upon the lives of females at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence or neglect during some critical period of their peculirea Bons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by sympatlry induces those chronic forms of disease Con sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from tlie elfectsof obstruction, and the want ofo remedy to assist nature at tliat eventful period. TRY THEPH1L0T0KEN. It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to, but as a remedy aud preventive for a certain class of com plainU, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can perform. Sold by SCOVIL A MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. Gueral Wholesale Agents for the Southern Stales to whom all orders must be addressed. janl2 ly dtwAw. I1UCII HENDERSON, MABBLE MANUFACTURER, Nasuville, Tennessee. Onthe Square Xext to Gordon't 1F7i-.4o'm. YTTOULD inform theV'CpIc ; NwL'.jI, uu .is sur Y rounding cnmiry that tj has recently imp-oved and greasy ei.tzTged his Marble Yard, and is uowt tf pared t till r.'l orders in the roarbie l:ua'.t:.j niertest uo'iiand ontlie nost Civimble. term? tor uau. He woild vdl par ticular nt'sntion to Ms well t-elettcd 8tnckrr monrmmts, mantlo jiirces, lig'ires, gfrnl-ai figure', rtafcary. FoiDluns, Baptisrril-t fount".UrT)s.Vo-ies, Tombc. Ac rcany of wHch are of tl 'rarest Itallm Marble, and rrom the chisel o' the best Eur ran mast e-. HU nrrnn-nients o-re pw com plete funVhiug oil kinds of isprb1. oi'hi- of hU own manufac'"?" or imported H baq O" hand a liTge quantity of Italian rnl,,w. !r th- luugu state which he will sell very low. i'-us: "umiture in Egyptian Marble of tbe best quality can be had at his yard. He flatters himself that he can now serve the public on as accommodating terms as any similar establishment in the west. A shareof public patronage is solicited. JmaySl. P. S The attention ofthe lovers of the Fine Arts is di rected to my assortment of Statuary. They are of the rar ets and finest quality, and ofHirct importations. DR. WM. McLANE, INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR. RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizensof Nashvilst and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi dence of fourteen years in the South, and pcrmanentlylai cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of a.V ingtonand Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fours by those who may wish to cousult him. He has in bis nossession many certificates from men f eminent standing certifying to the permanent cureof the most distressing cases ol the following diseases, viz: Ner vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies, Cancers, Ulcers, ScroBulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood: Diseases of Chil dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu man system. During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten thousand diflorent cases, all of which he treated with more than ordinary success. Dr. McLane hones from his much exneriencein the Medi cal Profession and the decree of success that has attended his efforts heretofore, to obtain tbe confidence and patronage ofthe sick and atllicted. Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE. JSTAII letters addressed, post-paid, ot South Nashville. HURT'S VERMIFUGE. mllERE is neihans no disease to which children are ex- I posed that is so universal and fatal as Worms; persons of all ages are subject to it, and if neglected it may prove ruinous. Then why will jou hesitate when you can always have a preventor in your nouse ai very nine expense, viz: Jfurft Unriealed Vermifuge. The Medicine stands pre eminent the rapidity with which it expels Worms is truly remarkable. Binci aiiemion isaii mans requireu. Sold by Merchant and Druggists generally. HcsSelville, Ky July 2d. 185?. Ma. B. F. IIcbt i9&ir Sir: I have been using your Yer miluge in my family ever since I have been acting as Agent for voiu I have used Fahnestock's, Jaynes. Loudn A Co's., and others, but must give yours the decided prefer ence' over all others. I would recommend it to tbe commu nity as a valuable medicine. ery respectfully, sept 24-wly MILTON ROBERTS. 200 FRESH LIVEJA' iLEECHES, just received by nov. IL Q. SUOVBL. -mSCELLAKEOUS, FALL 8c CUNNING-HAM, ft'o. 47 COLLEGE STREET, IsT.j3ii.xrillo, Tormoagoo, .Direct Importers ami Dealers in CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, HOUSE BUILDING MATEBiALS, AND GENERALLY, II AVE now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD- JLJL V Aitt, ot every description, aud would invite the at- icnuou oi aiL jicituitA.Ma vmting Sasuville for supplies w .uciu a rau otiure purcuasing FeAtliers. Giusencr and Beeswax. rMaived at th IoMim: martct nnc in axchanre for GOODS or in navment nf avwu.m, Han II tl. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund SI, OOO.OOO! INCORPORATED 1825. Policies of Insurance issued at all times oa the most Gitdi able terms, against XOSS OR DAMAGE RY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, LIN'DSLEY & CROCKETT, l)tLviil&m iVmnlv . Xl..s- Agent?, fur Nashville and Davidson County. JJ"" THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE C03aAl.T OF NASHVXLLF, TENNESSEE. "OFFICE on Cedar street, adiainin? the Post Oflie m! J opfo-ite the Verandah, will insure on tlie mutual r.rin- wpic, uuu-Tn, jicitiiuuuw a.caain&iixjs3oriJamag by Fire; Steambotts on any of the Weste-n waters sRiiiut ih Hazards of Inland Navigatieu and the Canrocs of VerNnf every description agaitlst thel'erils of the Seas and Rircr& aisd, tue J jves oi persons m good healtti, tar a. single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bnk Notes tran mitted per mail. All persons having their livos or property insured in lhi ..:..? r.. it t;-: , I Instit'ttion, are entitled to a full participation in all the proC I "3- i"lu'j uaonu 10 ius oei onu ilb amount oi i're- rnmins which tbey may pay. II. S. PILCIIER. Preside!?. J.B JOHNSON, V-ce Pre-iJent. F. WgAg ox. Sccietary. Jan 1 C. J TENNESSEE KABIN.E AND FLEE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL S150.000. OFFICE on the North side ofthe Public Sqnsre, midway between the Nashville Inn and the Plauler's Bank. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against lire; on Steamboats und Cargo against fire and the risk of tho river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and ou tea vessel aud othtr cargoes on the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL. President. JosKPn Vaclx, Secretary. Dimerous. Alex Allison. John M Hill, r II V, n- C! sr FB? James Correr, Jno .M Haw, Joseph Woods, Samuel Seay, Matthew Wataon, J J White, Jacob McGavcck. Janl JUST RECEIVED from Steamboat U.K. W. Hill, per John Simpson, the following fresh Groceries, vix jiusrar oruwii, iianucu, ijoai, irusneu I owder u; Coifee Java, Laguira and Rio; Rice L tierce, (fresh;) Piunes Sdczjars, " Sardines 100 H and ( boxes; Preserved Ginger i cases; Raisin 10 and whole boxes; Market Baskets 60 uests, with and without covers; Tubs 6 nests, assortsd; Clothes Baskets 1 doz, large; Pecans 1 barrel, fresh;. S S Almonds 1 barrel, fiesh; Cinnamon 10 raatts; Demijobus 60 assorted Demijohns; Sugar Cans-6 nests, assorted; Cod Fish 5 boxes; Citron 2 do; Foot Maths 2 dozen gross, large; Brandy Cherries 5 boxes; Pickles, JUnderwood's) 10 boxes, assorted; Pepper bauce 3 dozen; Ketchup 5 do; Salmon and Lobsters 2 doz-n run. Janlt STEVENS A GIBSON. BRANDY AND WINES. Pipe tine eld Brandy: 1 ' ' Holland Gin; lOk " Sherry Wine; 4 " ' Malaga " 8 bbls pure sweet " janU STEVENS & GIBSON. A CARD. WE intend keepicg a general -upply of Groceries and other articles, suitable for family use. and hope, by close attention to our business and always bavin? tho best quality, to merit tbe patronage of our trieud and cu.to- mers. tLt. t.a i uiiiiu.. janU 43 College St., 2 doors above Church. HUILDING LOTS I'OR SALE. QIX LOTS ou College Hill, finely located. No. 88, Zi, 83, O 86, 37 aad 33. Each lot fronts 25 feet on Cbery street and runs ba.:k lij- feet to Hume street ALSO Nine BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS ia West Nashville, Nos 30and32 front on Broad street; Nos. 101, lOi. 101 and 126 on McGavock st eet: Nos. 118.174. and 176 on Demumbrane street. A bargain can be had by making early application to It. W. BROWN, janl'J Keal bstate Agent. 17OR SALE A large BRICK HOUSE with S rooms, . Ac, No. 25 Vine street, between Church and Broad. Apply atNo. CS Cherry street, to R. W. BROWN, jani-a Ageni. DISSOLUTION The Copartnership heretofore exist ing uuderthe stjle of PERKINS A CLACK was dis solved on 2d inst by mutual consent. THOS. J. CLACK will continue to carry on the Grocery and Commission, Re ceiving and Forwarding business at 'the old stand. P. G.S.PERKINS. janl 2 THOMAS J. CLACK. Having sold my entire interest in tbe firm of Perkins & Clack to Mr.T. J. Clack, my late partner, I cordially re commend him to the friends of the late firm, and respect fully solicit for him a continuance of the patronage so libe rally bestowed. Ijanl2j P, G.S. PERKINS. nRESII ARRIVALS. 200 HIIDS. SUUAR, - all grades; 100 barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels of Molasses; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 ack3gcs of Raisins; 10 bags ot Almonds; 20 casks of Porter and Ale; 20 coils ot Manilla Kope; 100 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; lOpackagcs Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packeses Port and Malaga Wines; 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demijohns; ov,wo uorKs. For sale by fjnl2 EDWARDS A HARRIS. DROPS A SUPPLY OF GUM ARABIC JOHN NIXON. Drops. Received this day. janlb AFFLICTED READ! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL nOUSE. Established 15 years ago by DR. K1NKELIN. Theoldcst, surest and best hand to cure all firms of secret diseases of the skin, and soliUrv habits of youth, is DR. K1NKELIN. N. W. comer of Third and Union streets, beUeen Spruce and Pine,ane and a half squares mini the hxchange, f inladelphia. Take rarticttlar Notice There is a habit which boys teach each other at (he academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoaed in dne time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial bp pinesf, 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, until they 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 vig or, or to apply his mind to study; hisstepistardyandwealc, he is dull and irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eves without natural lustre, shanicfaccdness is atinarent 'TliCtt- are Kjmplonit which tltould uuaten the aUndiaix of those timuaruj ajiiciea. If the victim be conscious of the cause of bis decay, and having relinquished tbe odious practice, he suffers under those terrible nocturnal emissions, wtuca weaken and shame him, producing mental aud physical prostration. If be emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and bis senses tell him that this is caused by his early follies. Too many think they will hug "the secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how many a promisingyouth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! Young Men ! Let no false modesty deter you from making your caso known to one who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide his honor as a eentleinan, and in whose bosom will be for ever locked the secret of the patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to imake personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to getherwith all their symptoms, (per letterpost-paid,) have forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.' medicines, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of the nretha, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letter! pott paid. , A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. gepU wly STAK CANDLES. FIFTY BONES STAR CANDLES, for a!e by . Tll ' KDWARM HARRIS, OP HARTFORD. CONN IffiDICAL. DR. MORSE'S INVIGORATING CUKD1AL, a Phenomenon In Medicine. . Health Restored and Life Lanc-tlif nf . hr DH. iMORSKVS INVIGORATING KL1XIR OR CORDIAL. ' "f cuiaanra, Jiwiic-ii scirato-ais oeea raacsrrn the veietable and mineral xingJcms.Iu search ofjomethinethat should restore the lost or decaying energies of tho nervous .....jc,,., iiti'iu. moui4,u4tiL 01 a a useu lien l Prostration, whl-h ntlmnlnnta. tnnlo.. nll.. 1.. A heretofore entailed. That s-iaiethlng has beea found. Itis n vt-seiaoie production, orousht from the sterile des:rt o( Arab a tueStony.bj the celebrated Professor if. Morse, wrtl t .. ununsuuaea memoeroi me soadicg jcientiflc ocicUes of lae old World, and equally dintinguL.hed as a :;Z!.V 7u,i,u airaveier. ltojntces.nls!ierb. orTr.Vt. . iBoa wiia omer .ojf tiole medicinal ?ImJ n;VvrprollaclD re,u,'- heretofore unheard of, cool? ZZSJZ 3SZ:. 7' JP . deceived . . V . w iwwr.rtil.llr KLlAlK 11 U fll. by thedlwoverer. Uut faennSanuKiVI?! "UD.C witnesses of tie hlthest class and eharacuTr nr .ow ... ornphlnrf over U doubts. LNCKKUUUTY It ZvvSZ ilstible. .UJ ia perrcUy lrr- Tho Kiixia remedies, la all tses, tho deplorable ovlls arising from a misuse or aba ic if .ha various firgaos aich dc up iau wuuueiiuiuia ui tcaiteuman. ii restores! MI! viroreverv delicate ru.vttou counectelwith that n tci ou-compound eency of inatter and mind, necrtsarj to tue ra-uroiiuct'onof humnu life. To iirnn. of rMm., . cularrrame, or deficient In vital power, Itis recomtnendpl aa the only means of communicating that energy which is uccoasnrj iu iuu orojier eiyojineni ot ail tlie natural apne-. tit.-.ts well as the higher mental attributes'. Ita BeniBcial caecis are noiconnneu touiioersexor to any ae. Taefae blegtil,theatllnzTifertlieIlstIess,ernevatnUipu!i.theover worn man of business, the victim of nervoi depression, the indivMual sutTerlng from general debility, or froiu tto weakness of ajinjclenrsan, witli 11 fludimu.iMiale and per- """""'i ,otici i"op w ni3 incooiparaoie renovator. Tothose whohavea liredisrxMitloiiioptratv.fartwiltorovii acomflete and ur.rallins-safeguard anintttoalterribletaal.'' arly. there are many, terhaus. waohave u iriSa.l w I 1 , their constitutions, thit they think themselves beyond the'j iciiuvimcuiKiui;. 13. no. fcneSM tlC'pair. lutf r.liXlr deals with dlwasa as Hexl'ts, without reference to causes , and will ootonly rniore tho disorder itself, bat aieuuiiu uiu iiroKcn (joiisutution. The deraueeuients of t&etv.tem. leading to nerrnn.. I',. eass.anauiiuruis uinervous duei'j itself. so nntipr. ous that it wouB recuirc a column 10 cnumi!, tin. dies for which thl. prepsraiion Is a reclfic. A few. ho. ever, may if oiiuineratarl. Tiz: nmia!rli. Hm iir.rd..n.. ueauacur, iucipiui.1 ptraijsis, ujslcrii. patpitslioa or the ucn.fc, spinal aiicciivns, muscular ueoiiiiy, ireiuor, catu. icacf, apnccin;tnsaiion in te flesh, uunibaefs-. tomiditr of t'ad Uver, nitat depression, weakens ofthe will, in.ii.l tree liutulsgucu of ihe nalo-is. anl all hnrr,.nM. does tot proceed froiu urauic causes bevoad the rech of cio'.tviiti;. "heiircr the orrans to be acted unonans fresfrnm nut. iorci2uiu, or siriciurai ciuaes u is averred that JlorstiV Irtvi-oratin? Elixir'.' ' ' wiilreiiUce -weati'i- s wilh.treuir'h.incanaeitvwt'h .3rt.ir cj. irregularitj wiili uniform and natural acturliyv and IhU" mo. onij niui'iu. Diuium rra;in, uut wjia a Lappy enect on tho general orranization. try Hear la mind that all malai:", wherever tire? ocelli, flnish With th rorroos sys. toin,snd thai the para). nation of lha uirrves of niotiou'id sniU!na is phlsiial death. Bear inruiud also, that for eve ry kind of nervou. dlieaie the Kllxir Cordial Is thsoilfy re- IiahU preparation known. ( cure oi nervous DieHcs. f.' Ianeuae can convey an adeoaale Idea of tho ImmrJi atcaLd almost miraculous change which it occa.iomht the diseased, deb. litated and shattered berrous system, whether biiikrniiowD bj excess, weak Lj nature, or impaired by sick ness, the uujiruusrau t relaxed organisation is at once braced re.rivi06J and built nn. The mental aud iihisical sTiutnms of nervo-as di.eae vanish together under its IcCuence ,or swotuo,iKm.i.irarj;oil in COUlrSW. in riMIM i Mlrn. eat. for the cordial propenles of tho medicine tench thit- coii.tltulionltself, and restore tt to Hi normal condition eu may iaa preparaiion De calledthe .ilL-divittal ondrr. cf the nlneteecth ccctury. It Is, as theflritsclentl3eman!n the world Mould have admitted, that miracle' of medicine, heretofore supposed to bare no cxistance A btunulnul Shut KatamNo Rc-Actinn. Its force Is neverexparide. ais the ease with i.ninm..lrn. holie preparations, and all other e.vcitan'.s. Ihe etfeet of tnese is hner.and it may well basaid ofhim who takes thera, '-The last state of that man Is worse than tha f.rtt " l:i.nh. Elixir is an exnilerantwithoutasinzledrawnack safe In Its operation, perpetual in its happy Influence upon tho ueives, the mind, and the entire organization; It will also remove de. pressluns, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness, dislike oT society, Incapacity for stuiiy or business. Loss ol .Tlemory, Conf-jsion, gIJdiiiess,rush of blood tothebead,melancaoly, mental deoilitj, hysteria, wretchedne-s, thouicbta or aeir de struction, fear of tasaaity, hypochondriasU,dj8pepeta treue- ri prosiraiion, irriiaoiiiij, nervousness, loabiiuy to sleep, iseasesmciueui to temaies, uecaj 01 ine propels. no lunc ,0111, h ateria, monomania, vajuo terrors, palpitation of the eait, impotebcy, coastipalloo, etc., etc.. from whatever cacae ar.singlt Is, If there is any reliance to be placed on hu raasateatfmouy, absolutely Infallible. " . . "it .. .i t - i v. uicai .uciiiuiiiu iui r luiaius, The unparalleled effects of this zreat restorative, to al complaints incident to females, mark a new era In tho aa nals of mediciue. Thousands of stimulants have been in vented thousands of Invigoranls concocted all purporting to bo specified in the various diseases aad derangemonts to which the delicate formation of woman reader her liable. The result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums have iudeed Imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous system, a transient aad delusive vigor to the muscles; but this una or relier nss Deen succeeded by a depression and prostration greater than before, and the end has too often been utterly to paralyze the recaperative power of the nerves and the vitaforganization,andaually to destroy the unaapjiy patient. Rutin JHorsc's Invigorating Elixir, is presented as a phenomena inthe materia medlca hitherto uuhearit of a stimulant without a reaction. The herb which forms its main ingredient, has been ad mitted by all tho j-real medical and pharmaceutical Institu tions of Europe to be In this respect ui generis. Dr. Morse, who.ename is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov-. ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exd- i tedby the wonderfully invigoratiugefiecU it pr iduced upou the natives. In fact the wonderful power of endurance, the exhauslless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of bothsexea,in their desert pilgrimages, Is attributable to the use of this vi talizing herb. An appeal Is made to Ei cry Wornan or Seuso, who suffers frnca weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre mors, painsiu the back, or any other disorder, wheiherpecn liar toner set.oreoiumdulu both sexes to jrlra the Iniiff) raling Cordial a trial. Slurried Persons, or others, will And this Cordial after they have used abottl or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. In all direc tions are to be tounl the happy parents of healthy uSspring, who would nothave been so, but forthis extraordinary prep aration. And it Is equally potent for the many diseases for which it Is recommended. 1 housauds of young men have been restored by uslag it, aud nollu a single instance has it failed toboncSi them. Persons of Pale Complexion, or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of abottleor two to bloom and vigor changing tbe skin from a pale,jel lo w, sickly color, lo a beautiful florid complexion . To Ihe misguided, These are.omeof the sad and melancholy effects produced by early h&blts of youth, viz. weakness of the bct and limbs, painsiu the head,dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation ofthe heart, dyspepsit, nervous Irritabil ity, derangement of Ihe digestive tunclious,;ontjialdtibilily, symptoms of consumption, &e. .Mentally, tbe tearful erects nn the mind are much to be dreaded. Lossot memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits. evil fore-bodings, aversion to society, self dlstrnat, love of solitude, timidity, A-c.,are sorueof theevilsproduced All thus atllicted Jicfore Contemplating JIarriage. should reflect that a sound mind and body are the mostne essaiy requisites to promote connubial happiness; indeei, without these, the Journey through life becomes a weary pil grimage, tho prospect hourly dark ens the view; the mind be comessbadowed with despair, and tilled with the melancholy reflection that the happiness ol another becomes blighted with jour own. Parent's anil Guardians. Are often misled with respect to the causes and sources of diseases in their sons tnd wards. How olien do they ascribe to othercausesor wasting of the frame, idiocy, maduess, pal pitation of the heart, Induction, derangement of the ur voussystem,cougi aud symptoms icdieiting consimption, when IhetnU'.i is, that they have beea iudulginin a perni cious though tliuriug practice, destructive both to oind and body. Cntttio-.i, Dr. Moxsz's Isviooratiso Cordui. has beon conntor feited by some unprincipled person... la future ell the genuine Cordial will havethe proprietors fac-cimile pasted over the cork of each bottle, and the lot Iowinc words blown tn the 2tas "IK. ilOKa'E'S INUftOKATlSG rOKMAL, C. II. KING, PltUPRILTOK, S.Y." fTf The Cordial is put up hl-uly cpucoutrated, m pint bottles. Paten S3 Mrr bottle; two for 3 00: K first? 00. c. u. iti.v!, l'liypKisroK, 19i Broadway, New York. Fn!d by Dmjglsts thronrhout the Utiilsd States, Canada and West Indies aud also by AV.t'.Utt A V, auccessor, to I artwrishtA Armstrou;,eoraer or .Market aud Broad .tree'.s, Naahville,Teuuesseo. locUS d witOm W. F. GHAT, SOLE AG EXT. AGUE AN D JFEVER.OR CHILLS AND FE VER CUUEl BY SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. This Jdstty celebrated Medicine has for many years maintained Its superiority over all other remedies, for the safe, certain, epeeoy.and permanent' cure of Agueand Fever.or Chills and Fever,wbetner of shorter Innx; standing; aad in no case will it fail ts care, if the dlrictlonsaro strictly followed and carried oat. This remody has b'en extensively used th;on?hut the States of Kentucky Tennessee, Ohio.. Indiana, t'esisylva r.ta, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, IllinoU, Missouri, Texas,, Arkansas, Alabama, Alississlppi, and Louisiana; and has per manently cured over rivx ncxntiDTnocatHD cases, In all lis varied forma, many of which had been of from nLe to three years' standing, aad had resisted all the usual reme dies known In the country; and ii no caso did thhi Medlclne fail where tho directions were properly followed. Such is its invariable success, lhata large number of respectable fractitionersef llediclne, ia. various parts ofthe country, nse and proscribe H in preference to quinine anuan outer remedies. , , , The public are assured that It Is not enly certain In Its er ects as a Tonic, but being composed entirely ef vegetable medicines, is perfectly innocent in alleaseaor circum stances, andmsy he given to fsnralej,inants, and alt per-sons-of debilitated aad dolkate cor.stltntldns wltoat the lean fesr whatever of anyrnipieajanieteci. This J purest son. af h -.1.1 " ' (lid m.n Southwestern country) and la this respect alone is rendered greatly superior to tbe roraeuiea uauauj pciuicu auu b jiu intheconntry. . , , By Its aperient an pewerfnl diaphoretic properties, ad ded to Its Tonie unaiitles.it Is rendered eciinently superior to quinine and other remedies as a general and popular Tonie In all cases whatever, where Tonics are proper to be administered. The proprietor, therefore, respectfully In vites practitioners and the public generally to give it but a fair trial, and they will then bo convinced of Its great' supot riority overall othor remedies now In use far the purpose specified. HerseasllvlLg In districts of country subject to Agueand Fever, chills and Fever,or Illlioas Fevers, would do well to keep a supply of this valuable remedy always on hand. Tha proprietor has now la bis possession thousands of cer tificate of its value, given by persons -who have used It, with many letters from merchants who have sold It largely In their country, as wall as from many respeotable Praciioners who have used It" In preference to other remedies, attesting lis value. J. P. DROMGOOLK, No 13, Collage ttrett, Wholesale Sad Retail A;ent, Nash ytll,Tenn. dMlO dAtrl w. posiiton loroare, raiutiisnanercxerclse, broken stcenand I i.vit.jusi received and to. .:ebr terrifiine dreams. iRotilhiT to leinatu In nn. nin, . ijn3 "' n w. Jk'tij .iAI) ili'tiv i- i; j tlou, weaV.DtK.of tiKpKierealive orsm, sexai.llnCOni5- iilt: 1- 1 ' teDcy,mi-lani'liotj, uiommania, flaor albu., siukioeal lha ,,' , , , ., - rr- - stjauich,final0 Wrej-aUrities, a chronic tenffiy to mil! O N, . fll.l'A "ED KEG'S PIKE -V1I1TI; earriaie, cmiciatinu. and all coamialnr 7rain- . ri. J I'ti-VO, lustreceneJ aad fur sale hr tedlcine la composea oi anicic. ui (. ... i..ln.il n.l quality,and is always maue uj me proi.i. ... j,. terlhe oUblished'Mrms of pharmacy (which cannot IVinti now noouiuz iu. ilficiu aim NO. 206. -r r-iTfT-vV-V.. 7 " " "rcaawar. l i V"11 -"UNDaJED LliS. 1' IgT'V-ivri-T J JL; Ja,t received and fur gale by ? V2 T' - LIIVK MlrYIll? lf. . H . ff-VitUlit,U L('i.. IlU.-iDliED IMS. CLOVJlsjn- - iveciveuaaaiorsairfhv janlO" ' Vi. F. GRAY, 17 Itmi.l.. TEN UIii LIIE-ASRTi;DUiTitti5r . just reaived and for sale by W.F.GRAY i i.lOUUVTrJJ, --. HLi,;ustreceiyed and for solo hr -2ial0 W.F.CRAY. Na 17RroadwaT- - J IHLROLs.jusi receive.! and forMlelir -Jin5 . W. F. GRAY.i: L'roadwar. qMHRTYili UOZ. LYON'S H ATIIERlOx" -L just received and lor sale by XT. V ii?v J1U5 - 17 IW, th, Ss1,1'- ,iJ0iJAiill JTVJi HUNDRED lAlsl lZ fCTaa't "w Ct e, Super Carb Soda, iust received aM to t-'U W. F. GRAY, 17 lfrradway. I hi n . i . i m. iiji. lltLLMcJias Indigo, j(tstrecfiTBrf,wti,.-.-i.. i V IT II .-J . JL W.P.ORAY.lTlrZrV THREE JIUNDttED "KOXIST vTttx? JL ubiss and Glassware, in.-t reeei . p.! ami f,. a..t- i.j ' W. F. GRAY, II Broadway. XLADj-.istttceivtda&dforsJnhr W. F. GRAY. IT BrArt war. piri'EE.Y ftKO&S JI I'STANK LINIIiENtT wuien will lwSoU tmnsmilv- h.w saleliy ijm.,1 Vt.F.GiiAY. 11 Bmadnay. ONE THOUSAND IMS DUTClTji kl)DElc just received and for sale by Pni W- F.GP..VY17 Broadway. -JiEAJt. II G SpOVKL. I.J.M. PATI'.Vr iiitvr.-ir w's ti i- Uifn . ..... . - . lult to anc IJnrr mv In s'lw.t r : 1 J?!' j ILGSVOVEL .U1 IIU.M'IKED AND TillKAIiuiiT p JLBS.. REU ULEAD, JUST r.ciu- i and bT peer. IfGSCOVTX 1ri(;HTHUNDi:Ej i.ijs. yj;llow"6ctir'k It juu fecit eJ and far saleibj-. ''ceil lj (; sOVTU j?ive :ro.ss jii spam; Lii.HEt7rsr X; rccerrcfl sUkI farsaVbr 'c-!i HU.CUVKU MIX IHIZ, li.VRRY'S O justjeceivetl oih! Sji-.sJe-br TiULPJIEROUS, ii csroT?r. decSr IfOUH EELS. Tl IiPi;NTINi-., JlsT US-jUCtirV'EIiui.tro.-sA'ebr de-jHl HGsCOVRL. "rpo tat-KLiTuioT j iv s ej:d, j l yir re- X- CHIVED aiid tor sale by ,.!!" HO SCO VT . 1711 YE KKLN. VMiViTR SEi:i. JUST RF- I' CEt VED'arTd Tor s.lo 5y " rfciii liusiiovsi. nOi-U I.EA1'. - V SI 1'l.KlOR ARTICLE VJ. jusi tecctvea na (or yaie I. rfer 'll ' ' W it H O SC0T5U 0 E CASE INDIOO, IN S i'OliE VA D I'oic sale br decil IL G. yCPVEl. TTOUK EELS. NIC WOOD, IN STOIC E A!l, jl. ior saio by decai IL . SOOV'EL. IT'OUR BARREISCIIIPPED LOnvOO . in store.and lor Kilo by II. (i. bCOVM 170UR BARRELS I''ST1C,I. STORE AND JL for sale hy de,cSl It O.SCOVT-.L. TWELVE Illi.NDREO il LA HE'S 1'IRK PROOF PAINT Just received tnd fer sab by rpiIREE IIlfN'DRED A'D TVE.VTY-FITiI JL I,US PUTTY, m bladders, lor sale by deCJt U.G.SCQVEL. SIXTY IiBS. CHINA WHITE, t.KUlLYU IA' Oil, a superior article for iasxie tinu laMntiug. Sir xaiii ttecil II. (i. SCO'i EL. rNE HUNDRED LUS.i:ED LEAD GROUND iu Oil, just received aud for j.ile by decil II. G SCOTEI SIX DOZ. T.O WAS END'S SAILS APARiTTL. . For tbe removal" and permanent cure of Scrofela. or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cataaeons Kmptiecs, Ac For sale hr ILG.SOOVHL, North side of Public Square, three doors west of the N ville Inn. B Tii-cu' NE UUSTJRED ULSIIEIJ4 OF KENT TUCK Y stripped BLUE GR.Vio. Just fceivv.l ani lor sale by dec-ll IIG. C)YKl. rfO" lIIYSlCl.VXS "AND-LADl&sT'lTllT JL Supporter for Ladies, under the tno.it emioeetJIed ail latrouage. Tbe great n-putution of this Supporter, us ightness fheing eu'Irely without mefal't presurer cad aboveall, its remedial effect, have caused a moat extenuvo demand fur it in all parts ofthe United Stales. Thousand ot Ladles arc now wearing it with ease, comfort, and au vantage. To avoid counterfeits, apply (only ) to tho kgeots, (all others are counterfeits.) ueci - r. uuwiiit-.iLst. .i;iivme. LARD AND LINSEED OILS. lO E.':LS. Whiter I jrd Oil prime quality. labarreU Linseed uu.Kcceived ana tor sate Dy decao. EWIN BROTHEiy. FIVEUBES.lli.STI'URN'lTUREVARMSU. 56 boxes FireCrackers. 100 gross Patndge s Hatches. 1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and fer sale foe decl3 EWIN BROTUEIiS. T1NCT. VER ATRIA VEVIDI.-SLIi)Oa.T Norword's TincC Veratria Vcvidi. on sale. dec!5 EWIN BROTHER!. T3EPPER AND SPICE. 1 100 LUS. BlaACIX 1 PEPPE; 6M lbs. Spice. Received this day and for sale by janl EWIN BROTHERS MACKEREL SO BARRELS J1ACKEREL; SO half bbls iiicieiel; ) kits Co; J ust received and for sale low by JOHNSON, UORNK A CO.. nov22 Broad wn-. S T ARC. V Mil. liS I OO 150XES STAR -a"H dies just received and for sale low, to close, bT nov2J JOHNSON, HORNBi CO. O UAIl 20 BARRELS CRUS11EU SLCAl.j O 20 bbls Loaf Sugar; 10bbl3l'iwtfc.rd tto; Just received and lor sale by novi JOHNSON, HORNP A CO. BAR .LEAD 5 KEGS EAR LEAD; Just received by nov22 JOHNSON. HORNB A CO. TT VIIRAULIC CEJ1ENT--30O Is ARltTIt- 1 1 Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Jujl received and f - sale by JOHNSON. I10KS2A CO. s 150 ba,i PineSalt; just received br nov22 JOHNSON, HOr.NS A CC ALE! ALE! !-SO UAICREI "TR CY it Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ate, j'asi re ceived tnd for sale lowtoclose, by nov27 JOHNSON, 110KXEA C S- CALES ! SCALUS ! ! WE ARE C 6 STANTLY supplied with UlnndeJI's unualled M ht and Dormant Scale frvm l,0w) to i,uW iU., wuidi -.fill. fc told exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad Tre:l and Itjt baits,! from three to fifty tooi ou the most reaub!i. teray. JOHNSON, UUiaNS h CO, nortl" Brotdwa-. T?niwir:i:ocERiiDiRErrFRoniT?s? JU Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Ri-, i B" fa c Laguyra t'offee; r-pice; Pejiper. Sperm tar He .V ft salelowforCasliby JOHNSO, laOBMi ,0. novl.' T ANCHORN A: A RJI 1ST E A li. 100 P-j-CS-j a-es ofLanghorn A Armfsfcad 307, n-r CleiwgTo- bacco, just received ana tor a'e m octili JOHNSON. H025EA CO.. I lAJliniLLHS. of Naalivnie; under t!.-.- caini ar.it stjiaj of LANItR A PI11LLIP n0T. L. if. UTa T7ESU 1MNE APPLES. lO IIOX. TiA2 I JJ Pine ApplM in g'sas jtra.' Just rieev."ao l for faJ by lnov2) lahORalt,UIU. I7ris:i PEAciiEs.-ia uojBX pr.rjsii ' I'eacbes in gUss and in tin cur s Berrac'tcall scaled. For sale by tav . t!r.tP.l GHKM. J7RENCU 1JRANDIESAND "ivTS ES O.I . hand and for sale an assortment of Praudies and. V ir.es. of every variety. viSs-a lie .hr is warrauie-' erjual to any offered in market an i sr ' i eate or retail1 at tna lormex low price oy iaov-:j. 1 i.r 'l. UKKlri. OLD JJOURRON WULSKi . A FE..; Jj'-'v ot extra quality Bmirbou Wb.iy -J rec'ired n I forsaleby rnorW.T GKttf.iGI5F.lO. ITRES11 TEAS. J LM' R fcOU V tlli A l' assortment or extra fine Black a. .1 G.-en Tea. . ranted sunenor by f UOT29 1 f.LOKGr. GRtHJv CICARS. ON LI AND Ail 1' rJiy .-.... choice selecttoo Havana and VSti'. ATClIES.-aoO, Ul'MA 31 M CFaVKDandforaaleby t- '' T5INEAIUEClU;Esi:t'OiUiJ''. P Vl nreitranualitv. raadom law-Sen, yejll . a a York, ia store and for sale by decU sv. THiuarv. t ST. LAMIBC t- . x-Tvn TIllT.r.lPfJ.-" ' .WH0LE3ALE OSOCZES, COIOtOKCSIVIM. " . .......... ,rL.m,t1 I lT1 TT. AXD F01tVAtJl-llf JrtE.IkljH.l.atHiv a- X: !, ihriiiitrtet, XaiSiCte nova. i.n- ' 1 b,J!Ut received and fur sale br d,? . receirei1 for sale by v. F. GR.VY. 'PUREE JIUNDKED IMS. kaW..