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"WAS YOL. XXIV. NTASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 8, 1851., NO. 216. C I If 3? ! If l- i I" i -v nfEJNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Ho. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UXIOX AXD AJIEUICAN la furnisbed to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in ad ranee. 2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end of the year $1 00. Curos Of fire and upwards J2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sir months at the foregoing rates, ho TRI-WTXKLY is published every Tuesday Tharsdy and Saturday, at (5 per annum in advance; if nt. poia a adrancc, $6. DAILY ig published at Eight Dollars. t-THE MONEY XT LL CASES TO ACCOMFANl SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions hut bo wade by nail ji our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unleaa the order la ac companied with the cash. GEORGE COOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. IVoco Village, Tcxar:. WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles iu Texas REFERENCES. Hon. O VT. O. Tonos, lion. Hateax Gseek, " 11. G. M'Kixxey, ' R- L. Ripley-, " It L. Caectiiecs, ' Abk CARtrrnEcs, Slonv L. Rbiex, Governor Wm. B. CAursrii. nug.31 twly "MA1I HT0W THYSELF." An Invaluable Book for 25 cents. "Every Family sJtoitld have a Copy." TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less pfsfs, (lion r, tnnntlia A niw pilitinfi. rftrisi!i! SlfMi and improved, just issued. I n. ' MITVTl.'ll'S wvmf II. ItAVTTAT. AND HAND liOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an outline of the origin, progress, treatment and cure of every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inters, course, by self abuse or by scxual excess, with advice tor tlicir prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the car of deceucy, from the result of some twenty year success- 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, ond a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. TtsnaoNr or mtt Peof. op Obstetrics is- Pcrx. Col- hGK, I':i!unM.rniA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN UAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those works boadver:isetocurethediseasesof which it treats, s a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States. It atTords 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 hey may place the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE, M. D. 1'bov A. Woonwxnp, JI. D op Pear. Umveksitt, Phil adelphia. It gives nie pleasure to add my testimony to tbe professional ability of ihe Author of the "Medical Man ual.'" Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, om'e of them of loug standing, have come under my no tice, in which his skill has been manifest in restoring to per- ect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyoi. 1 medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions,produced y tclf abue or excess ot vencry, 1 do not know his supe- ior in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, aud deem it no more than justice o him, as well as a kindness to the unfortuuate victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro- essional skill and integrity, tliev may safely confide tbem s elves. ALF. WOODWARD, JI. D. "This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and ntelligible work published on the class of diseases which t treats. Avoidiugall technical terms, it addres-es itself o the reason of its readers. It is free from all objectiona l matter, and no parent, however fastidious, e Aliicingitintliehandaofhissons. The author has de voted manyycars to the treatment of tho Tarious complaints reated of, and 'with too little breath to puff, and 'too lit e presumption to impose,' he hasofferedto the world at he merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some wenty j cars most successful practice " Herald. "No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge mparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their charge." J'eopU'e Advocate. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun- er's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence of the passions, have been led iiito the habit f self-pollution wilhuut lealiz- ng the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are raising f amilies have been enfeebled, if not Kuken down, and they do not know the csuse 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 sourcoof human wrcUhcdness, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generation!'. Intcmperanco (or tho use of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous ands, is not a greater scourge to tho human race. Accept iny thanks on behalf of tho afflicted, and, your co-worker m the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped.) will be forwarded, fiee of postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copies for $1. Address (post paid,) COSDENACO, B Publishers, Box 1S)G, Philada. ' Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. sept 27 ly A .NTI-PATEXT .ilEDICIXE HOUSE. WE V. respectfully beg leave to make knowu to the public iiat vskjiavp disirarJed from our Drug Store all Patent and Prwnctory Medicines, and henceforth will not engage in the sarVof them. Our whole attention will be devrted to the preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicines, which wc will warrant to be ol the purest quality. Particular attention given to filling Bills and Prescrip tions. Oar prices will We found to be as low as the lowest, as we are determined not to be undersold by any in this market. We keep no clerks in our employ but those ex perienced in the business. In confirmation of the above facts, all are invited to call rind soft fi.r themselves. SI RETCH A ORR. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union streets, Nashville. uov37 t) lllL.VDKI.l'III.V ONE PRICE CLOTHING X STORE, Cedar street, near the Post Ollice, .Nashville, Tennessee. We lespectfully call the attention of Gentle men to the adiantageous arrangement that we have recent ly made for ihe purpose of furaishingthem with clothing of superior quality, at much lower rates than has heretofore been charged bv similar establishments. The senior part ner, (Mr. II. D.'Chfton, residing and remaining continually in Philadelphia,) haviug been for many years engaged in the purchase ot material and the manufacturing of Clothing in the Eastern Markets, gives us decided advantages, which we are returning to the benefit of our customers. With this arrangement, ami the one price principle, we flatter our selves that we shall be able to give satisfaction to all who mav favor us with their patronage '.gr linking to Order.--We havo in our employ ono of the most experienced a-id superior cutters In the United States, and will warrani our work to give entire satisfaction. Our stock of Goods on hand is largo and beautiful, com prising all the latest styles of fabrics introduced. Gentle men will rlease call and examine our stock, novl CLIFTON i ABBOTT. JOHN RICHARDSON, KAIIUEK AND HAIR DIHiSSEU, No. 22 CeiubSteirt. TTTOULD respectfully inform nil who have any use V Y for the services of" a Barber, that he has at th's time 3 las employ a number of tho best and most experienced operatois tint ever handled a raior or a pair of shears in Nashville. His shop is titled up neatly, and gentlemen may atvravs oonfidcntlv rely upon prompt attention and comfor table" shaving, lie hopes to continue to receive a liberal share of encouragement from an intelligent public that Vnows how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er dusted." auK17 rVAV AKXtAXtJEJiUJi - llie undersigned uav. in r nnr.-luscd of J. M. SMITH his entire stock in tit Kii.-n J .-m-vinir it on. in all its various branches, and koheit frj.iiour friends and the customers of the house a liberalshneol their custom. dec6-3m McCLURB & MOORE. OTO V tiS.TVc loivo now on hand, and will receive large O additions in a few days, a Milendid assortment of Moves of every description, "and will sell them on as good termsasanj-hotie inthecilv. ,lec5 McCLURE A MOORE, No.10 Broadway, formeily occupied by J. M. Smith. I--AM) W A ItlTXxT. We areTbuyingand paying j the ver;. hifnest prir.-. for LAND WARRANTS. I'er frons at a disvnea having Hun-ants tosell by sending to us by mail '' ' lse 111 ' depend on getting the highest prices at s. ti.e -re .Vllmut the time in Nashvilie and the cash rc'uitted or paid tn order, julyil DYER PEARL A CO. Ti ! AV1'1E 11 i- YXDOTIIEIt.UAKHLE 1M WwUb., nt Ki-.!ik, J Prices. HUGH HENDERSON tiro:oses lo sell Mai hie Mantle Pieces, Monuments, and a variety of other oik, ot thje ITALIAN, EGYPTIAN AND A ERICAN MAliBLE. at rfdiieed prices. novJU tf. -v - I") ca.li a large quantitv of Chestnut Oak Bark and Shoe- make 1-cavos, lor laumf i""!". -M i". "' -""uic, comer of Union and -Market strecU. jnlvlAw tf. FREIl'irKJ10TIL TRICK DWELLING HOUSE TOR RENT X) Tln linck Ilotife, No. 0 Cherry street, laielv occupied fc'ir Gen S R Anderson, ill be rented to a go.ul tenant, fortheioarM. Apply to RAMAGE A CHURCH. ,il 42 Ciillfge street -rlJI'lH' WANTED. -A CITIZEN OF J Xusliville'i-.hM to purchase a first-rate Negro Wo man, a ...i nt nft washoman. not over vears of age, and ei- 1 v' m 14 vea 1 eieciallv ol cod disjxwition; also a negro I my of lii to 11 vears ot o?e. r.seiy ana acme, uc 'u u. 4o maVo'a go. d l.oui-e fervant. None but the best ntel ap- ,plv. Knqinrc minis muc-. jan24 -i diw nrvuTS (JNlTHCNDKl.l) DOLLARS REWARD. S mnvV'rom my S able on Union Street, on theniphtof P" CARRIAGE HORSES. They were cl-lv matcaeu.ci a uay coior autav 10 bih bobtai's. and fcUrs in the forehead of each, with ifome litOe while on one or both of their hind legs. I will give 30 for the recovery of 'he horses, or any lufonimtiou so That I can get them, or $luo for l lit ; Keorerr ..rthc thief and janli. W4 Or Capt. Hanmer, Nashville Inn Stables. DR. J. tV. GRAY. " HVS removed to No. 9 Cherry street, ncxtVcor to Dr. B W.Hall Residence Sewance-j jan29 '54 tf , DRUGS. wrvrvrv LUS. CRUDE AND ROIiE JIItlM JLUUU STONE, just received and for talc by janiS) W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. IGIIT HUXDKED IAIS. RACE GINGER just received and for sale by W. V, GRAY. TniVE HUNDRED LRS. CLOVES-JUST W. F. GRAY', 17 Broadway. X; received and for sale by janlO rrVEN DHLS GLUE ASSORTED NUMBERS, X just received and for sale by VT J'. GRAY", janlO 17,Broadway FIVE HUNDRED LBS EMORY, ASSORTED NUM". BERS, just received and for sale by janlO W. F. GP,AY No. 17 Broadway. IIIRTY-SIX DOZ. HARRY'S TJHCO l'UEROUS, just received and forsale br jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. THIRTY-SIX DOZ. LYON'S K ATIIWMON just received and for f ale bv W. F. GRAY, J'au5 " if Broad war. OIX THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED LRS. KJ Lees Xew Castle feuner CarbSoda. iust leefivpil uml for sale by jan5 W. F. G RAY, 17 Broadway.. 37IVE HUNDRED THOUSAND I'OJKCU. SION CAPS, just received and for sale br " jan5 W. F. GRAY. 17 liroadwar. T7IFTEEN HUNDRED LBS, Rfii) LEAI5T -- just received and lor sale by jan5 TX. I'. UK. AY. 17 1'roa Iway. IIVE HUNDRED LBS. SUPERIOR AR T1CLE Madias' Indigo, ju.st received and torsale by jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. THREE HUNDRED BOXES WINDOW Glass and Glassware, just received and for sale by jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. rfiWO HUNDRED KEGS PURE X LhAD.just received and for sale by jani W. F. GRAY. IT Brbadiray. "FIFTEEN GROSS MUSTANG LINIMENT, -1- which will be sold unnsuallv low, just received and tor sale by jon5 W.'F. GRAY', 17 Broadway. Vy just received and for sale br janS "W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. THREE HUNDRED LBS. CREAM TAIt TAR, just received and forsalcbv jan5 B. w. A c. W. F. UllAY, 17 Broadway. rXE HUNDRED KEGS PURE WHITE V LEAD, just received and for sale by dec31 II G SC0VEL. . I7ORTYr LBS. PATENT DRYER, SUPE " RlOR to any Drver now in use. Just received and for sale by "decSl II G SC OVEL ' OIX HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT O LBS hy RED LEAD, JUST received and for sale decSI II G SCOYEI. 17IGHT HUNDRED LBS. 1 just recived and for sale by dec31 YELLOW OCHRE II GSCOYEL. I71VE GROSS MUSTANG LINIMENT, JUST . received and for sale by dcc20 HGSCOVEL. SIX DOZ, BARRY'S just leceived and for sale by dec3l TRICOPIIEROUS, II G PC0VEL. TTOUR BBLS. TURPENTINE, J I, ST RE- X' CElYEDandforsalcby dec31J 11 G SCOYEL. TTOUR BBLS. TIMOTHY SEED, JI'ST RE- JJ CE1VEI) and for sale by fdee3lj J I G St'OVEL. TTiIVE BBLS CLOVER SEED. JUST RE- X1 CEITOD and for sale bv fdecT,l HGSCOVEL rt OLD LEAP. A .SUPERIOR ARTICLE VJT just received and for sale by dec20 11 A o II G SC0VEL. ?j'E CASE INDIGO, IN STORE AND rou Vy sale oy decil U. G. -GOVEL. J70UR BBLS. NIC WOOD, IN STORE AND 2 for sale by dec21 II. G. SCOVEIi. FOUR BARRELS CHIPPED LOGWOOD, in ptore and lor sale by H. G. SCOVEL. FOUR BARRELS FUSTIC, IN STORE AND for sale by decil II. G. SCOVEU a TWELVE HUNDRED BLAKE'S FIRE . PROOF PAINT Just received and for sale bv dec21 II. O.SCOYEL. THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIYE LBS PUTTY, in bladders, for sale by dec2l 1L G. SCQVEL. OIXTY LBS. CHINA WHITE, ( ROUND IN k; uit, a superior articl. for inside tine painting, for sale II. G. SCOVEL. by dec21 fXE HUNDRED LBS. RED LEAD GROUND V in ( Oil, just received and for tale by dec21 II. G. SCOVEL. SIX DOZ. TO WNSEND'S SA RSAPARILLA. For the removal and permanent cure of Scrofula, or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Ac For sale by IL G. SCOVEL, North side of Public Square, throe doors nest of the Nash ville Inn. B - dec21. t NE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF IZESZ OF it rec J TUCKY stripped BLUE GRASS. Jut received and for sale by Jec3l H. G.SCOVEU TSn PHYSICIANS AND LADIES. THE Supporter for Indies, under the most eminent Medical patronge. Tho great repu'ation of this Supporter, its lightness (being entirely without metalic pressure) and above all, its remedial eflect, havo caused a most extensive demand for it in all parts of the United Stales. Thousands of Ladies are now wearing it with ease, comfoit, and ad vantage. To avoid counteifetts, apply (only) to the agents, (all others are counterfeits.) decH EWI.V BROTHERS, Nashville. LARD AND LINSEED OILS 10 BBLS. Winter Lard Oil prime quality. 12 barrels Linseed Oil.Receivcd and for sale by decSO. F.WIN BROTHERS. 17IVE BBLS. BEST FURNITURE VARNISH. ? 55 boxes Firecrackers. 100 gross Patridge's Matches. 1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and for sale low. decl5 EW1N BROTHERS. TINCT. VERATRIA VEVIDI.' SIX DOZ. Norword's Tinct. Vcratria Vcvidi, on sale. declS EW1N BROTHERS. E IlrEirAN D SPICE 1300 LIIST BLACK J. PEl'PE: 650 lbs. Spice. Received this dav and for sale by janl j;W illiUlllhllS. MACKEREL 20 BARRELS MACKEREL; 80 half bbls Mackerel; So kits do; Just received and for sale low bv JOHNSON, H0RKE A CO., nov22 Broadway. STAR CANDLES 100 BOXES STAR.CAN dles just received and for sale low, to clo.e, bv nov22 JOHNSON, 1I0RNE It CO. SUGAR 20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 1) bbls Loaf Sugar; 10 bbls Ponder'd do; Jnst received and for sale bv nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. i) Alt LEAD-5 KEGS BAR LEAD; XJ J ust rcceiveu oy nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE k CO. TTVDItAULIC CEMENT- 300 BARRELS XX U Ixiuisvillc Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for sale by JOHNSON. HORNE ACO SA LT 200 BAG S TUlOiKISLAND SALT; 150 bags Fine Salt; just received bv uov22 JOHNSOX nORNE A CO. A LE! ALE! ! 50 BARRELS''lTt7vEY ti XX llkin s supenor Pale end Amber Ale, just' re ceived and forsolc low to close, by pov27 JOHNSON, HORNE & CO. CALKS! SCALES! ! UlT ARK-CONSTANTLY supplied with BlundclPn unequalled Wheel and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,00'" lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low. We cm also "supply Railroad Track and Deject Scales, from three to fifty lou. on the most reasonable terms. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO., nov26 Broadway. I7EESII GROCERIES DIRECT FRO.H NEW . Orleans. New Sujar; Fresh Rice; Piime Hi Coffee; Laguyra Coffee; S-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles Ac. For sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE & CO. novl 5 n LANGIIORN & AR3I1STEAD 100 PACK ages of ljniijliorn A Annisiead'a superior Chewing To bacco, just received and for sa'e bv oct2-i JOllNSON.HORNEACO. COPARTNERSHIP I HAVE THIS DAY ) astotiaied with nie 111 the Wholesale Grocerv, Com mission, Receiving and Forwarding Busineos, Mr. WIL 1,1AM PHILLIPS, ot .VnSivillc, under the name and style of LANIER A PHILLIP nov2 L. II. LANIER. ?IiSH PINE V.PPLES 10 DOZ. FRESH X1 Pit 'ine Apples in glass jai Just received and ti r sale by iuov2;J bv F GEORGE GRKIG, RESII PEACHES.-S5 DOZEN FRESH Peaches in glass and in tin canisters Hcrmeticallv scile.1. tiTSalebr rinvili. Ul-.UKUKUIU.IU. i FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES. ON X baud and inr tali- assortment of tino Brandies and Wine, of crerv varietv, Inch f .r quality is warranted equl toanv oil.-rcd 111 11111 ke' Jtid sold uholcsale or retail at the former low pice- bv T.-v.'9. GEO. GREIG AI.D BOURBON VfJI!LY.-A FEW BLS. yot extra qtiuhu liuri Oui Whisky. Just received and foiraleby 'i..iv.-.' GEORGE GREIG. ."RES II TEAS.-Jt STRECEIVED A I'ULL assnrtmeiit .-t extra hue BIck and t!rcen Teas, war- rantwl superior hv iiov2.-. GEORGE GRKIG. C1 mice selection Havanna and Prinsipi Cigars bv nov-J'.i. GEORGE GREIG. ATCHhS.-TiOO GROSS MATCHES RE- UAClvl El) and for s:i!ebv rnovSM GEO. GREIG. Tjim:aitleciieise.-ii!ii hoyks 1MXK X Apple Cheese, of extra quality, made in Goshen, Now 1 ork, iu swre una ior sale ny 5ccU GEO GREIG. i n. laxiee. wii. rniLLtrs. LANIER & PHILLIPS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND tUKWAUUIMi MERCHANTS. Tnn. nov2 A. S9, Jdarktt street, Mshvitte MISCELLANEOUS. PALL & CUNNING-HAM, No. 47 COLLEGE STREET, 3NT. 1st lrvSJH o , ToriTtcsaoo, iDirftnmportcrs and Dealers iu CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, HOUSE BUILDIN3 MATERIALS, AND a am ea va -tra -m GENERALLY, TTATE now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD. XX WARE of verv dctcriptlon, ond would invite the'at tentlon of all MERCHANTS visiting Nashville for supplies to give them a call belore purchasing I'eathersJ Ginseng and Beeswax, received at thei highest marketpric in cichauge for GOODS or in payment of ACCOUMS. anll tt. A FORTUNE IN ONE YEAR FOR S100. rrJlE undersigned will, on the receipt of $1, post paid, . X give lull instructions in a uusmess mat is now paying as high as from $10 to fSOper day. Tire information given will be of the most astonishing and useful character ver communicated to man. Tie puttie are atevrea ua; iais U 110 iMmhvj. The business is all respectable, and honora- ble,.and requires do .capital. 1 can conndentfy saytuat no person out ofbr meniplyment, whether he be ncu orpoor, let his employnjent be what i t may, will ever regret send inc for said information of&is 1 fed atnitrd. Any one disposed to give this.busineasa fair trial can make a hand some fortune in oiu year, ,sa sure ns to render a failure a J- toiuiuy unpotrtoi. Auurcti,rofci paiu, ' D. F. BLACKBURN, jan2? '51 lm Hamp'sliire, JIaury eo , Tennessee. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! RECEIVED AT THURSTOK & BERltAED'S, No. 9 Union Street.,, W1 Eare now receivingj dfrect from the liisicrn cities; some ofthovcrv latest stvles of Fall and Winter dress uoous, consistmg in' part 01 niuvs, urocaae, 1'lald, ChecC, figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus lin Dclancs; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets, French .Nee dle Work Collars, Mourning Collars and Sleeves, ICmbroi'd Linen Camb-H'dk'fs, Yelvct Ribbons, Gimps and'Galloons, jaconet and fhidj. ors, wliich we aro offering very low. Those i-'n search ol cood Goods, and at .low price, will do wel to give us a JJall. No charge for showing goods; sejiH-tf TTCICRSTOK & BERNARD. J. ,At J. C. CONROY, NO. 52 "rUMON STREET, NEW YORK, "TTJOULD call the attention oi dealers to their large 'W assortment of Fishing Tackle, of the best qualities andjnost desirable varieties, viz : Salmon, Lata and Trout Flnsi; Floats, Lines, Nets, Heels and Rods of all kinds and varieties, &c.&a , A large stock of first qualify of Conroy's celebrated LIMERICK: .H00K3. A general assortment of Fishing Rods if their owa manu facture; Fike and Drag Nets in every variety, Ac ; all of the beat kind and at the Ion est prices. A liberal discount to tl.e trade. Jan29.-54, Sin. "NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil adelphia to "Pittsburg, Pa., Massillon, Wooster, Cleve land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette,. Terre Haute, Chicago, and Milkaukie. Through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Cincincati in 37 hours. Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the Great West Passengers will find this the most pleasant route to N. Orleans. Only$ll to Cincinnati ; f!2 to Louis ville; $ 19 to St. Louis, Via Pcnnsyvania Railroad, an:' the following daily Steam Packets from Pittsburg: BuckeyeState, CaptM W Beltshoover, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Keystone State, Capt Charles Sfflne, lpares Pittsburg Monday; Alle chencv. Cant Charles W Batchelor. leaves Pittshuw Tnca. day; Crystal Palace, Capt II Kountz, leaves Pittsburg Wed desdar; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs day : Pjtisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts burg Saturday Boarding and lodging on board the Packets extra. Pittsburg to, Cincinnati, $2; Louisville,-. $3; St. Louis, i3. "Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia 1 0 Pittsburg, t9 50; Massillon, $10; Cleveland. $10; Mansfield and Crest line, ill; Columbus, $12 05; Toledo, $13; Cincinnati, (via Crestline,) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. R.) $ IS 25. To Chicago, uukegan, Kenosha, 111., Racine, Mil waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan Central Railroad. $18. The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E. Corn earof Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State and Columbia Railroad Lines. The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M. Through to Cincinnati in 87 hours. The night Mail Train at lOtf, P. M. Through to Cincin nati In 45 hours, including one night's comfoi table rest at Pittsburg. The abova lines pas3 through and stop at Lancaster, Har risburg, Lowistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John- siowu, ureeuourg, nnu inieruieaiaie places. Notice. In case of lo&s, tho Company will hold themsel ves responsible for personal baggage only, and for an amount not exceeding $ 1 00. TlfOS. MOORE, Agent. juue -1 tf. Pennsvlvania Railroad Co. The Columbia Railroad Iine for Ilarrisburg, via Colum bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station at llj, P. M. REMOVAL. J. M. SEABURY, & CO. Plumbers and Gns Fitters. HAVE removed their establishment from the old A stand on College street, to one of those fine andr'rv snaciousStoro Rooms in COOPER'S BUILDINGS. Cherry street. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received frorn the community, the subscribers hope, with increased and improved facilities, and strict attention to business, to merit a'continuance of the Eame. Having recently engaged the services of tn o practical Plumbere, we are prepat ed to do nil kindsof work in this department to the entire satis faction of all. We are daily in expectation of the arrival of a splendid ' NEW STOCK OF GOODS from the city of New Y'ork, which will comprehend all the most approved and latest inventions in the way of conveni ences required in titling up HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, and Private Uou?oa, among which we may mention Pan and Sell-Acting Water Closets, an articlo never before in troduced here; Bath Tubs, Double and Single Showers, for Hot and Cold water; Vertical Boilers, on a new and im proved principle, for supplying hot water a great saving of fuel and other expense; Pumps of every description; yueensware asli Jiosins; J'lain and iancy Gilt, Silver Plated and Brass Cocks, Ac , Ac. In short all articles legi mately in our line. J. M. SEABURY & CO., jcn20- a4. lm Cooper s Building, Cherry street. N. B. Country work promptly attended to. Wo also keep on hand and lor sale Block Tin, Lead Pipo, Sheet and Bar Lead of various descriptions, and at moder ate prices. made and repaired to order, and all the various branches of JOBBING! promptly attended fo. J. M.S. A CO. EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. BY J. G. POINTS. References. non. A. H. H. Stuart, Stanton, Va. Dr. Jack Shackelford, Courtlind, Ala. Hon. J. J.Onnond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. j. Purice, Mobile, Ala. J. J. McMahoti, Esq., New Orleans. Col. B. C. Burnett, B. M. Bradford, Esq., v Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S. Adann, ) Hon. .1. A. Wilcox, ) r:..:-: - Hon. U. S. Foote MuBislun" Tampa, Florida, Jan.2-1 '51 ly. ,T UST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT fj , of Gentlemen's furnishing goods, together with eve ry description cf Cassimeres, Vestings and Cloths. Ex perienced cutters and workmen are employed at my estab lishment, ana gentlemen can rely on having tlieir apparel made when promised, and in the most fashionable manner; Call at T.J. HOUGIFS, ju24'54 Cedar stteet OY'STEBS. 50 kegs Pickled Oysters at $2 per keg; 110 doz Cans Fresh do at 75c per Can, Received this dav, and warranted good. jan2'01 JOHN NIXON.jr. CHEAP BREAD. Families wilt find ittolheirad vantage to buy 24 bread Tickets for SI. jan29 '54 JOHN NIXON, jr. STORING COTTON. PERKINS A CLACK Are now prepared to receive, .1 J . 1 " .... 1 -I . l.....fln,nj.(nlwin. JI s-ore ana snip couoib uiutiiu 4tutaiii:.s uwuc iu iwu signments. oct2 f 7OR RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR. I1 the Third Storv. ltooms suited for Offices or bed Jti; nwims on fhi- rovhIi! tlotir. and shons and ollices on the ground floor of the Union Buildings on the corner of Cedar and L.nerrv streets, opiiosiie ine 1 si uuice. ppy novlS tf S. P. A 1.ISON, No. CI Cherry st. JOHNSON & WEAVER, KO. 29 & 31, SOUTH MATiKKT STREET, XASnVlLLE, TENN., GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. And Receivers and Dealers in Cotton, Keeps on hand a full supply of f!r!nppi!iP! TtAnniXfl. ROPE. Ac.: AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe- ai casu auvancesou uu same tui euipuitu. Nashville, Oct. G.1S53 w?tw MOLiVSSES, SYRUP, AC.-150 bbls Prime Molasses- 0 bbls Suagr House Molasses; l n Mil finlilen Svrnrc 20ke2S Golden Svrup, just re ceivedandforsaleby EDWARDS A HARRIS. nwy22 200 FRESH LIVELY iJEECHES, JUST received by novl H.G. St0r.li. SUNDRIES. REDUCTION IN PRICE or BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID, Fcr Eestoring, Preserving and Adorning the Hair, ' to inn roixoivixa low rates, viz : Bottles formerly sold at 50 cents reduced to 25 cents. 75 50 100 Is the beat article ever known for curing Baldness, Dan- drut, bait Kheum, and all allections ot the skin. U here "everything else lias failed, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid hasef- tected a permanent cure. BOGLE'S ELECTRIC HAIR DYE, Is another wonder of the acre. It instantlr converts Red Grey or' unsightly Hair, into a beautiful Black or Brown, literally .dyeing it the moment it is applied, at the same lime improving the softness and flexibility of the hair. It does not sfain the skin and cm be applied in any weather. Its effects are sure and certain whilst its virtues are beyond price and whenever used, at once establishes its superiority overall otners. BOGLE'S AMOLE SHAVING CREAM Isan articleof rare merit; its mild and determent proper ties prevent the skin from chapping, and also resist the sudden changes of the temperature or climate, whilst the lamer is ooiu creamy auu jasung. BOGLE'S JIEBEAIONA, For preserving and beautifying the complexion and ren- uenu 11 lair aim ueiicau;, is wuuoui a rival. All these articles lu. ve stood the test of the strictest inves tigation, aud are considered to be the only ones worthy of gracing ie iohci 01 oeauiy, u&ie ana rauuen, Sold only by GEORGE GREIG, at 37 Union Street jan21 '54-tf. T OOK. Who would buy on credit when they can buy . nu l ( 1 n.i Wiii, ii. a ii ui iivi 1 1 1 1 . a Doxes sardines at w cents; Y " " "30 " Frcsfi C-yef crs at 75 centa per can; " Salmons fiO " 2 pound cans; ( l 43 U J II u Lobsters 75 " 2 Fresh Figgs and Macoaronisjust roecivedbr janl9 'iVl JOHN N, TXON, jr. LIQUORS. BARRELS New York Brandy; 5 do American Gin; 20 75 do do do do Old Rectified Whisky; Mpnongahcla do; 10 10 Rve dti; Old D D Tenn. do; 20,000 Janl '51 Fine Regalia Cigars. B. F.BELL. FOREIGN LIQUORS. -J PUNCHEON Pure Irish Whisky; X I do Scotch do; 1 pipe Pure Double Swann Holland Gin; 3 '3 pipes pure F. Brandy, best brands, very fine; 15 yl casks old Port Wine; 10 " MaderiaWine; 25 baskets' Anchor Champagne, very fine; janl '54 R. F. BELL. JUST RECEVED-10 BOXES OF LANGHORX A ARMISTEAD'S tiuc3t Tobacco, 25 dp Zinc Wash Boards, and for sale by R. F-'llELU il no 1 '" '.il 1 ,t I,CJ T T v-. 'uu ijuiitcsutc upjjuaiieoen uuee liouse. groceries, &c-fi.esh aruiy-als. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; za sacus L,aguyra follee; 10 bbls Mackerel, ttjh of '53; " 1 1 .1 n 111-,. 11 1 1 1. VU1HC 20 do good Java do; 20 kits dn: on uodsne'-v sugar; 50 bbls Molasses; 30 do do; 20 boxes Cod Fish; 20 " Smoked Herrinca: 200 " Sardines; 20 Kgal-q'. jar Pickles; 20 " Lemon Syrup; 10 ' Popper Sauce; 5 " j. Bitters; 0 ?,vr n.lntn.l I?. 25 20 uo Ooldcn Syrup; do Crushed Sugar; 20 do Powdprcd do; CO do Ixiaf do; 10 1 erces iresh liiec; CO boxes and half boxes 31.10 nests " Tubs R. Itaisin.4? r. P..il .T..in. n...' , .r , t- 1.1.-1.3 11-11111 W 11 i VJllCi, 100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice; iu oags o a Almonds; 20 " Pepper; 2 casks Pecan Nuts; 10 " Rica Gineer. 2 bbls Brazil do; M'ith niimrniia llin .rtinlan In 4V If t.l ...... .,.u,u,us9iu ibb ijrujrv line, just received and for sale low for CASH bv 1 cecll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. CIIA3IPAGNE. K( BASKETS and boxes fine Champagne; a superior ar )J tide of the best brands Just by decfl E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. FLNE WINES, BIANDIES, Ac. 10 CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 5 ' - Sherry; " " " Port; 10J pipe3 pure Cognac Brandy, old and fine; 20 casks " ' 'i pipes " Holland Gin; 2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky; 10 boxes assorted Cordials; For sale by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. RECTIFIED WHISKY, rY BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For sale low tJU by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. STEWART & WEAKLEY, WHOLESALE & RE1AIL GROCERS, NO. 8 BROADWAY. TTAVE ON HAND and offer for sale 200 bbls Flour, 1 a Tarious uranas; 100 Barrets u nisKy; 25 dosen Painted Buckets; 1 Willow Clothes Basket; 10 coils Manilla Rope: as 10 5 20 Domestic Brandy; iiin; SM Wine: 25 reels Packing Y'arn; Monongahela and 10 dozen Ouarded Glass Lanterns: Rye Whisky: I. T : i ii'i- 10 barrels Lincoln W hisky; 10 boxes Tumblers: 20 i pipes French Brandy; 25 do Pint A Quart FIask; 1 i piiie Catawba do; 18 cases Hermetically seal 1 yt pipe Old Cog do; 1 ) pipe Old Spanish do; 50 barrels Molasses; 20 K barrels Svrup; 10 barrels Iird Oil; 5 do Linseed Oil; 2 do Turpentine; 10 do Peach Brandv; 4 do WR Butter;" 13 M do do do: ed reaches; 'JO whole, half and quarter boxes Raisins; 50 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 boxes Pie "Fruits; 10 boxes Mixed Pickles; 25 boxes Lemons; 50 jars assorted Preserves; 20 do Tomato Catsup; 100 A qr boxes Serdines; 2 cases Tabic Salt; 25 barrels Pilot Bread; SO bxs Tobacco, v's brands; 80 bxs Tallow Candles; 50 bxs Soap; 20,000 Regalia Cigars; 20 dozen Corn Brooms; 1 box Clothes Pins; 200 reams Wrapping Paper; 25 bags Spun Cotton; 10 bairs W ranDimr Twine: 10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackorel: -in ly KWc vrt o do; 25 kitsol 4 2 do: 2 barrels Salmon; 1 drum Cod Fish: ICO boxes W R Cheese; 50 boxes Lng. Dairy de; 50 bags Buckwheat Flonr; 1 0 doz Zinc Washboards; 25 doz Willow Market Baskets 1 Dag tannic it ice. Tozether with Butter. Wafer. Soda. Su?ar. Pic Xic and . 1 r. it .,. , . . u , Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and Loaf 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 nous oiner articles, usually Kepi in a Jioai siore una family Grocery, to which we would call the attention of Farmers Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we are de termined to sell for small profits for cash. fjanl2 1200 Cases Eoots, Shoes, &c. K.S.HOLLINS&CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. No. 21 and 35, Corner cf College aM Union streets, KASUVILLE, TEXX, HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 1,200 CASES BOOK, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, 7'JiOXJCS, dc. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods they have ever offered in this market, and which torqujlity, ases in e-ive our Stock uu eAaiuiiiiiiioa peiore ouyiug. K. ft. ilOLLl.NS & CO. C?P Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool received in exchange for Goods at the highest market price. augl7-'53 tf. WALL PAPER. TUST received a splendid assortment of Gold Pacer (J Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satin Papers for Parlors, Halls, Ac., toguhcr with a large lot of Window Curtain Pajier, new patterns, wide Green Teisters, Ac. Z5 On hand, a large assortment of unglazed papers, irom 10 10 -joc per uoit. KLAGE3 A G0RBEY. No. 20 College St., next door lo the Sewanee House. l. 1 aper-hanging done in the best manner oct2. -VfNGUOES FOR sALE.-WE HAVE A JS number of NEGROES for sale. Amongst them a first rate Carpenter, Also, an extra Seamstress and General House bervant. Qualifications and dispositions both guaranteed or r.o sale. We wish to buy ten or twenty likely Y'ouug Negroes, jan20 '54 DABBS A PORTER. OR SALE A neat BRICK HOUSE with three rooms and basement, in Edcefield. located in a beauti ful lot fronting lbo leet on .ortu side ot Uallatin rise, run. ning baek about 290 feet to a stteet. Apply to B.rV. BROWN, janl t Real Estate Agent. Fi OUltli.VT FOR Till: K13XT YEAR. the Third Storv. Ilooma suited forotfices or bed 5?!!! riiAmo nn ltA eanAti1 flj-u.w nnrl flint. a etnA rf(trfa rtn fi V l i the ground floor of the Union Buildings on the earner 01 Cedar and Cherry streets, opposite the 1'ojt umce. .ippiy novis-.y tt. H. i'. ALLISON, o. oi vuerry si EDUCATION. ON MONDAY, January 30th, the undersigned will opcu an English and Classical School on Vine street, in the room lately occupied by Mr. Hume. French classes will be taught by E. P Zevailos, This School will be limited to thirty pupils. Term3 225 per session ot tire months. B. F. BENTLEY. Retirees Rev J Huntington, John A McEwen, W T Berry A Co, Jobn Trimble, Allen A Hall, J B McFernn, J B Lindslev, Robt L Caruihers, John T Edgar, and John S ' io10 i .-i xoung. j i a" " XI LOUG US. -ONE HUNDRED HALL'S X Peacock Plouglis, Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by jan5 W. U. GORDON CO. TO THE PUBLIC It AD WAY & CO., THE Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly celebrated R. R. R. Rsaiedies, were Ihe first to discover a Remedy possessing the Marvelous and Mirraculdas power of stopping the most Excruciatirg Pains in an ins'atiC al laying the worst Cramps and Spasms, either internal cr ex ternal, in a few minutes, and soothing the m'rfet severe Paroxysms cf Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and TicDoIoreux, as soon, as applied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist of three Remedies," each possessing quick and wonderful pow ers overcertain complamtsand diseases and will instantly RELIEVE the Human Srstcm from pain. REGULATE each Organ'to Healthy Action. RESOLVE away all Disease-1 Deposites. RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humora. REBUILD the AVcak and Broken Dotvn Constitution. RESTORE tu Health, Strength and Vigor. all unsound and worn out parts. R. R. R NO. 1. Radway Ready Relief, for all Acute. Complaints, Internal or ExteniaL The moment it is ap- pneu exiernauy, or tasen into ine sysiem, it win sro me most excruciating pain and quickly remove its cause. RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Radrfay's Ready Relief relieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled him to walk two miles without the aid of stick, or crutch in three days, and cured him entirely in ono week. Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful as the above, have been cured by R. R. Relief. CHOLERA MORBUS. Radway's Ready Relief will re lieve the sufferer from all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes.. It will cure the most depstrate cases in a few hours. NEURALGIA. The moment R. R. Relief is applied it allays the most painful paroxysms. It will always cure. SICK HEADACHE. It Will relieve the most dlstre-sing pains in fifteen minutes. It will hkemse prevent renewed attacks. AGUE. In fan mlnufeia tea spoonful ofR. R. Relie will stop the Chills and break tba Ferer. Aches of all kinds. Pains of all kinds. Bruises. Burns. Scalds. Strains. Spraim. Stiff Joints. Lameness. One ap plication of Radwayfs Ready" Relief will, iu a few moments, entirely stop the pain. It reduces swelling?, heals sores, cuts and wosnis, re moves bruises, a'JaVi the most vioisat irritations. For all pains use R. It. Relui. Look for tho signature of,Rad;vay & Co. on each bottle. ' ' ' R. R. IL X0. 2. R.id'.vay' Renovating Resolvent Resolves, Renovates, Rebuilds. It cures Scrofula. iumors. Bleeding of .the.Lungs, St. Vitus Dance. Salt Rheum, Canker, Rash, ' Syphilis, Consumpbon, sores, jucxeis, Asthma, Nodes, Bronchitis, Fever Sores, Ulcers. Erysipelas. Tetters, The above eighteen conipuiuts a- It. ttesolrent wul posi. tivcly cure. It renovates tho system completely. Resolvintr away from the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free ing the Blood and Fluids of Life from all corrupt humors, restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and S'-rengtti to every organ ana Jiemp?- ot ite uoav. Tl"M.Dnj ttftnw Xlt-TT I T1TPTTrtDTt Hon. J. J. Middleton, of Wuccamsw, S. C- writes in under date of May, 2d, IS53,that Radway's Renorating Re solvent cured ono of his negroes, oa his plantation at lteaa fort, of a Scrofulous complaint, of many vears' standins. The poor fellow was a disgusting object of pity; be was a moving mass of sores. The other negroes could not remain in the same pl.'.co with him. He was; entirely cured by Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon the plantation. To the people of S. C. Mr. Middle Ion is well known, and to the political world ip Middietun b no. stranger. SCROFULA. When tho patient has been alllictcd ror five vears. or under, favorahla svmntoms will appear on the l iliiuj ijai alter using li.il. insolvent: Ten years on the Fifth day. Fifteen years Twenty years Thhny" years Fortv yers Seventh day, Tenth day. Fill eenth Jay, Twentieth" day. Pillv years l lnrticin day. Wshave had cases where old men cf sixty years, who have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rad way's Renovating Resolvent. R. If. Remedies exhibit their efficacy immediately. Ther do not ke-op the afflicted pain stricken suCerer lingering fridoubt, bit readily exhibit their efficacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring, le building, and regulating the diseased body, to health and strength. Mr. W.B. Oliver, of Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga, under dale of May 30, 1853, writes "thai a servant girl who was so re duced that no one would eive a thrip for her life." .She wa.i so covered with sores Cat tbcro was not a spot of pure flesh of the size of a silver dollar oa her whole body, was entire ly cured cyliadwav s ltenovatingl.eswvent. NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, ofWestford, Mass., has been covered with sores for nineteen years, and cured by R. R. Resolvent. SALT RHEUM. The m03t obstinate casa3 of Salt Rheum will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT. One gentleman who supposed that this complaint nasheJ reduary in tns lamuy, ana ma Deeu ainctea witn ralt 3heum since his birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles of tho renovating Resolvent, and tho poisonous Rhousi cu tirely eradicated from his system. IT REGENERATES every organ and member of the body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall weak, diseased and unsound parts. WEAKNESS, in Male or Female, is quickly cured, and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigoious and healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or diseasos of cither one or more of tbe generative organs, are quickly removed, and tlw body restored to a healthy and sound condition. LOW SPIRITS-NERVOUSNESS In women, the nu merous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom over their spirits, a few doses of the Renovating Resolvent will quickly remove, and the most nervous, Gloomy and de depressed,' feel healthy, strong and happy. Fersons wistnng this remedy will please ass for liaawav s Renovating Resolvent. Its price is one dollar per bottle. No small bottles, nor Is the cenuine ever sold for less. Each bottle bears the fac simile signature of RADW AY A C0..1C2 Fulton st N. Y. R. R. R.,for sale by Druggists generally. J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesalo Agent for Tennnessee. MANDFIELDS A CO, Memphis. HUDGIN, WELLS & JOHNSON, novl 4m Chattanooga. And Druggist and Merchants everywhere. E. I CaENSUAW, A. Cu TU3. SOMETHING NEW. TTTE havinc- completed our Shop and nut ud all our V machines, are ready to do" all kinds of Carpenters' work on the shortest notice. SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDI.NGSot all sizes, HAMSTERS, WINDOW and DOORFRAMES of all sizes, completed: BONIS of all kinds ou hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any kind done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed toany size, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square. Persons wantiug any thing in our line, wou.d do well to give us a call before puicbasing elsewhere, as we are deter mined to do all of our work well, and give perfect satisfac tion, nnd as encap as it can to done. All worK delivered to any house in town without cost Shop on Broad street, west "of tho Nashville and Chattmoog.i Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. CRENSHAW A FAR IS. jan2u ly. BELL AND BRASS F0XINDF.Y. OXEIIOXT, jVEAH JSJiOAD Sl'HEET. THE Subscriber respectfully returns his thanks to the public for past favors, and so- f?t licits a continuance ol patronage in tne above jct-fj. line, also Sift COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Balbit .Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve. ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass. june22 ly B. CO LP. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SAL.E rJS The subscriber offers for sale his i esidencf, sitn- ijjj! atedaboutS miles from Nashville, on the Murfrees boro' Turnpike. It cnsits of about CO acres, one-half in a high state of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never failing Spiings; an extensive Orchard, containinga great va riety of choice fruit-trees; with crmniodious divellihgand ont houses. A further description is unnecessary, as these de sirous to purchase can call and examine for themselves. Terms One-third cash, and u credit crone and two years on thebalance. If not sold privately before the 16th inst, the premises will be offered at public sale at tho Court-house on that day. novi-tf S.J.CARTER. CRTJTCHFIELD HOUSE, F0RHERLY GHIEFIH HOUSE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. THIS well known Hotel situated within a few 7nSsu i: ep3of the passenger car landing cf the West- liiifjH ernai. Atlantic railroad, is now open uuder the iiiisSi supervision of Thomas Crutchtield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F Brvson and Lady. This Houso while under "the control cf Col. J.J, Grillin acquired a very high reputation as a first clas3,IIotel. The present proprietor having ecured the ser vices of Col. Griffin's barkeeper, and having purcba.cd hi3 most excellent cook and house Lny, and hating furnished the houso entirely anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public patronage. Passengers can be accommo. dated nith an Omnibus to and from the boats. TUOS. CRUTCHFIELD, feb21 ly Proprietor. 17OR SALE. A large BRICK HOUSE with & rooms, ' Ac, No. 26 Vinestreet, between Church and Broad. Apply at No. C8 Cherry street, to R. VV. BRO WN, janl2 Agent. RE.MOVAE. ATOTICE. The office of the Ur.ited Firemen's Insurance XN Company has been removed fiom No. S3 Collega St. o No. 25 College street, directly opposite the "Sewanee House," in the house formerly occupied by J. H. Currey, janl4 lm VALIJAHLE L.OT' FOR SALE. ASTUTARLE LOT for the erection of three large store houses, 40 feet from the corner ofllroud and High streets, fionting 75 feet on South Rroad street, running back 140 feet to a 20 foot alley. Make early appTIcition at No. 68 Cherry street, to R. RRO W.V. jinl7 Ral Estate Agent. ESTRAY IIICiaiAX COUA'TV. . rpAKE.V UP by John W. Mabry. iiviiigiu Hickman , tk UIUIIH some sad- leeemher. 1S53, to forty dollars. DfcA, janH-wSt Ranger. J County, Tennessee, and in uistnct io, s, MARK -llmiit in rrarsnlil: about 15 handshigh; 11 1 kff I .nmlrnil rTI itlC fflthl uie sdul; s uu ueiuie. ap mvw v . MEDICAIT DR. .HORSE'S "NYIGOR VTIXG CORniAT., a Phenomenon In Jledlclna. X Ilcalta Kestored and Life Lengthened, by DK. MOlISK's ISVICOHATISO KT-tTllr n r.numu. Por centuries. JluJlcal science has been ramacttni lha vegetable and mineral kingJcms.fn search of somcthingtaat ehou Id restore the lost or decaying energies of the nervous andninecalaraystems.itUhonithedrawbackof snbseqaent protiratfon, whlca all tlmuUi.U, tonics, and nareoUct had. hsretaroreenUiUed. That something ba been found. It is ""'"P'odne'-lon, brought rromtt sttrila deserts t kn.nwa.aj a dUUnjcaliihed member of. tho leidirur cic'oti2i concentrated and cVmedwUb fnX MC"'areD;rpro,lBcln5"'ts heretofore nnheaVd of J'r Energy, Irritability. Pbvslol fPiosttation. Seml J.,'p0rrouL?Su,7.VAtB"t,h9rroMrtle.ttribu. I "?'iTekesj.PIpltallon of the Heart, Indigestion. Slae tcd to Prof. MORS K'S IiVIGOUATISG Luicih 5 gishncss. Dacivoftbo Proereailve Funetlon.V,,.n',.n-A DIAL were deemed fabttlons. Th. T T11: by the discoverer. But kcts, undeniable facta attested by "i"1":"" " mncaw nan uu rnaracior. ara now trt umpbin? over all doubts. INCREDULITY 18 OVEtt THKOW.X.by a masof testimony which U perfectly irre- TLe EiixiR remedies, la all es, the deplorable evils arising from a mUuse or aba is if .he virions orzani which ruafeu uptho wonderfnlm.i ,il tcalled man. It restores lo Iti: vfor every delicate r.i tiou eonnectsdwlth that mj t.UiCoaij,ound zency of matter and ralnd, uecessar) to uv lo.pruuuriicii omDmiu nro. jo persons or reeblenius cuitr tfame, or dcdcioal In vital power, It it recommended as uie oniy means oi communicaiinir tail energy which is necessar) to the proper enjoyment of all the.natural appo tiUs.as wellas ihe hlbcr mental attributes, lu beneficial effects are notconflnodloeltheraaxorto J.nyaje. Thefeo blegliI,Uia allins wifo, the llsilej-yernovated jouth.tho over worn man of business, theTlctimof nenroas depression, Uio Individual suCeiin from general debility, or froiu tba weakness or a single organ, wlllallflndlmmedlate and per manent relief from the u of this incomparable renovator. Tolliojo who have a predlsposliion to paraljls it will prove a coinpletu and nnfolllcg taieuard acilu.t that terrlbls mal ady. There aro many, perhaps, wno have so trilled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach of medicine.- Lei not even these despair. The Elixir deals with disiaso as 1; exists, without reference to causes, and will not only remove the disorder itself, but Rebuild theJirokCn Constitution. Thoderanzamcntsol Ihesv.tem. lesdlnv m namin.Jii. easnj, and the furms cf nervous (llfsaw ltielf.aro to numer ous that it would ruqolra a column to enntaerato the mala dios foritbieb. this preparation Is a apecill:., A law, how ever, may be i-uuu.rat0'i, vli: neuralgia, tio doiereaux, hcad.ieha, Incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpitation 0r tho heart, spinal auVttlons, rattscuL-.f .debility, tremors, flata. I lenco, pricking ssnsajion iu tUj floth, nambnoss, torpidity of lha liver, mental deprostton, wWbiicasofthe will.Indtt positroa to movo, fulntneu irior eicrctw, broken tleep and loirifjint draon.lnwbili-,j t repulu in one plaea or post. Hon. weaknetsof th nrocriotlvo orT-nnt. umd invm.,... tr.cy, melancholy, monomania, floor albas, sinklncat iho ttosiachjfani-lo iirc jlur-.lhi, achronle tendency to mlt earriaje, emaciation, ana all complaints gruwin cut of a freo indulgence of the passions, and alt barremisst that doijcot prOcce-t t rnm orgaate'cUss beyond the reach of medicine. Whenevertbn orx-nsto be acted upon aro frcafrom mal foriaatlon OrMclcturat diteeset ills averred that Horse's Ic.rigoratiB?r Elixir, wlllrcplsca weaSne s with aireagth.lncspaeily with eCden cy, lrrrgnltrity wuh un farui aiid i.aturil activity, and this not only whhout hjrd of reaction, bat with s happy effect on, tho general or-anUation. , j- Boar lu mind that all maladies, wherever thej bezltt, nnlsh with the nervous ty." torn, and thatthu ptruitzatin of ths psrvet ol motion and stinsation it physhal death. ear tn ciibd a!so,tlutt fur evt rytlndofncrvossfiUsaierUie Kiixir Cordial Is tho only re liable preparation ku.i.vu. Cure orrVcrrons Diseases. lan?uajo can cu&vcy an adequate idea of the lmmedi ateandaimostmlraciilons change which It occasions In the diseiJfd,delili!&ted-and shattered nervous system, whether brokeadovrn by excess, weak by nature, or impatrod by tict ncss.the nusiruBBand relaiediirgailiiallonisatDncebraced re.vivlBedandbiItup. The mental and ph)icI tjuitoms of nervous disease vanish tOjether under Its Influence. Xor lsthottTett temporary; on the contrary, the relict Is perma nent, fi)f tUu vu.-dml properties of the medicine reach the Ounstitutlou itself, and restore It to its norma condition Well may tha preparation be calledthe .ilctliciiuil H'oudrr. of the nineteenth century. It Is,as theHrstselcntiflemanla tho world would have admitted, (bat miracle of medicine ' heretofore supposed to have no oxistance A .Stimulant that Entail No Rc-Actiou. Its force li neverexpande 1, as is t&4 ease with o4um, alco holic preparations, and all other excitants. TU effect of these it brier, and it may welt be said of him who takes thorn, 'The last state of that man Is worse than tho Brit " llutlha Elixir U aaexhllerautKllhoutatlngledrawbaek safe In lis operation, perpetual In Us happy Influence upon tha nerves, the mind, and the emire organization; it wlllitUn remove de pressions, excitement, a tendency to blush, tlecpletscess, disU:e of societj, Incapacity lor study or business .Loss of .Memory, Confusion, ciddinrsj,rush of blood to the head, melancholy, raeptal debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thoughts ot self de struction, fear of iusanityhypochondriatiSjdyspepsla gene ral prostration, Irritability, nervousness, luabiliiy to sleep, dUcuetincMeut to. 4emalre, decay or ihe propogatlng Inac tions, hysteria, monomania, vac terrors, palpiutioa of the heart, liniteucy, eunstipatlon, etc., etc., from whatever cause arising it is, If there Itany reliance lo bo placed on hu UKU testimony, atsola tel I f.UII.le. A, tiruat Jlediciuo l'or Females, The unparadeled clients of this sreat resloraiire, in al complaiDts Incident to females, mark a new era In the an nals of raoiiiiiM. 'i iuxuanda of ttimulantt have been ln vectcd thousands of intlgn rants concocted all parporting to be spociflo I lu tne various cUimes and deranirementato which thedelicatu formation ot woman render her liable. Tne result has herototore- boen uniform. -These nostrums have Indeed imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous 8 stem, a transient and delusive vljror to the muscles; but this flish of leliff has bsen succeeded by a depression and prostration greater than before, and tbe end lias too often been utterly to psralj xathe recuperative powvrof thenerres and the vital organization, and anally to ueslroy tho unaappy patient. Batiu rr' florae's Invigorating Elixir, is presented as a puenomena in tho materia inedlca hitherto unhear of a tliraulant without arcs.cti.iu. 'the herb which forma Jts main Ingredient, has been ad mitted by all the great medical and pnarmacentical institu tions ofJiuropo tu boin this respect tul generis. Dr. Hone, whose name is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov ered the production In Arabia, whero his attention was exct tedby the wouderfulty Invigorating effects It prducedupon tho natives. Infactlhowonderfurpowerorenduranco, the exh&ustltfis vigor exhibited by the Arab, of botbtexes.ln their desert pilgrimages, lsattnbuta&le to tho use of thisvi- tauiinsnero. An appeal Is made to Every Womnn of Senc, who suffers from weaknats, derangement, nervousness, tre mors, palnsln the back,oranyoiherdlsordcr,wbetherpecu liar toner tax, orcommonln both sexes to give the Invigo rating Cordial a trial. .Married Persons, orothera, will find this Cordial after they have used atottl or two.a tliorough regenerator of tho syttam. In all direc tions ere to be found tho happy parents of healthy offspring, who would not have been so, but forthis extraordinary prep, aration. And it is equally potent for tbe many diseases for which it is recommended. Thousands of youn; men have been itstoredby uslagit.and notiu a tinglo InsUuco has It failed to beneflt them. Persons of Pale Complexion, or consumptive habits, are restored by theuseof abottleor two to bloom and vigor changfner the skin from apa!e,jel low, sickly color.to a besutiful florid complexion. To the jlisguided, These are tome of Ihe tad and melancholy effects prodaced by early hab.ts of jouth, viz. weakness of tha back and limbs, pains la the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation or the heart, dyspepsia, nervous irritabil ity, derangement of the digestive functions, general debility, sjmptoms cf consumption, Sic. .Mentally, the fearfol effects en the mind are much to bo dreaded, l.o-sof memory, confusion of Ideas,depresslon of spirits. evil foro-bodlngs, averalou to society, self distrust, love ofsnlitude.timidlty, Ac, are tomoof iheovils produced All thus aOlicled Uulore Contemplating JInrriagc. ahonld reflect that a sound luindand body are the most nec essary requisites to promote connubial biiminc; in,!,....! without these, the J jurney through life becomes a weary pil grircago.thoiirospect hourly darkens the view; tho mind be comesshadowed with despair, and tilled with thomolanchoty reflection that tbt happiness ol another becomes b'.ivhted withyourown. Pnrcntx and Guard inns. Aro of.en misled with respect to the causes and sources of dlseasusln thcirsoustnd wards. How often do they ascribe toothereausesorwastingofthe Trame, Idiocy, madness, pal pitation of the heart, indigestion, derangement of the nor voutsyttem,congn and sjmptoms Indicating consumption, hen the troth Is, that the have been iudalglngina perni cious though alluring practice, destructive both to rclnd and body. Caution, Dn. Mouse's-I.t viaoitvn.in Cokdul has beon counter feited by soma unprincipled persons. - Infnture all thegcuuiiio Cordial will have tho proprietors facsimile pasted ovur the cork of each bottle, and the fol lowing wordsblown Intheelas "JJR. ilOKHK'S LNVICOItATISO COliDUt, ,. , KING, l'KOl'KlHTOK, S.Y." h f Tho Cordial is putnp higldj concentrated, io pint bottles. Paicx $-3 Wper bottle; two for S'i CO: six fr12 00. c. ii. i:in,-ii:oPK!Kroit, , . J!' Broadway,ew York. Bold by Druggists thrnaehout the Unitsd States, Canada and West Indies and also by W.l'.tiUAY, thevestor to Cartwright!t Armstrou,corncrofaiarketand Broad streets, Xashvtlle, Tennessee. loctsC d wdirtm W. I. GRAY, .SOLEAOEXT, YAEUAIU.E PROPERTY FOR SALE. wlU Pre n great bargain in the tract of LAND known as the "Paper Mill Vract." on the Cumberland river, 3 miles from Gallatin. Tbe tract contains about92 acres eiltirolvabove 0VClfl0W TllO l.lliidinfH rnnutl , r . 3t. Mill Houe 50 by 8 I feet, a well liiii.shl ilwIlinn- llnu with good out buildirgi, a store House and sundry other well adapted formanufucturin"- iium.ws. nn,l verted into an extensive Merclunt Mill without an outlay lu. mill tl. r T.1 - uuutiiiiivskui jiaciiineiy. j.tn5 lm rt ai iinYER?;. Union and American copy m fn-wceily and weekly one . i !. l . , .1- i. ,. -.. ... - luimiu uuu cimrge tnis onice. uatuttn JtutA Jjegion. PLOWS! PLOWS ! ! rpnC. Southern States that have so long X depende l ou Pittsburg and Cincin nati Cirit surply of Plows. -AVafrons and other Farming implements can nowget all thoy want atthe An'cultiinil Manuiactory, oa Market street, Nashville, Tenn. We would call the attention of Planters and Mer chants particularly to our very large stock of Plows, con sisting of a great many of the most improved kinds r.o-v in use, and at as low prices as they can bo brought here from other places At the same pUce may bo found all kinds or Wagons, Railroad Carts, Wheel Harrows and Rail road Plows, Cultivators and Harrows. Thos wishiog Plows sent can order them direct from me or from most of tbe princ'pal dealera in such things in Nashville, as thev keep them of ourmanufaclnre. "(JEO. C. ALLEN, I'res't. of Agricultural Manufacturing Company, Lower Market, street. N'ashvii.'e, Tenn. novit iin. Hl.'IsES BEEP ATO.PORir.fr7Ttrf- , For sale 100 likely MULES. 2 and ftftAjCSr-- years old; 55 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fcd,)25i and I0A PORK II00S. Persons wishing to pnrchasocart see me at my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South west of Shelbyville, or address me by letter at Richmond Posl Office fnov. 15 tf. JI. p. GENTRY. 0ANI)LES.-C2 IIOXES ADMANTXNE CAN DLES (equal to Sperm) for sale bv jan5 y. H. GORDON & CO. ' 1 , - nt ... MEDICAL: TTRYnVM Twin, XL PURELY" VEGETABLE ix ITS COM PIT'nv j Ttm tnvjtmbla t'ordial, Is exacted fmmU T 2' ' sillMli'IHIsiciana.to baToM..i r"' .Vt." WUJ """""Ml I Brial In the diseases for ubith 111. rfw-nmii. .most. .bene whilst It ti presented to the public a an fflcaelUaTr.mrtl I "l',lJ tnowntobeofihst character on which relin? J a,J ? placed as to Its safety. Ineasesof Impotener hZ ! raorrhaees. Disordered Siertmty.MeiutroaUon.orSaDDriil ; Ioa oftne Menses, Flour Albas or Unites, or for """ f Dphllitv- ,' lr',!nS ffm any cause, gnch a wcaknesj from sickness. where a toiic .Medicine Is required, It will be found eqaal, If not superior to any Compound ever used. To Female. i.n.r,'" I"vl!roratlD(t Cordial, is one of the mot valuable Medicines la th many Compl.-ilnt ' which Fomtlej nrn .v.lcl . "'t nature to braci lha whola ivstem, thetk Jnflhrtn-U? re,e renewed health and happlnew. Les. f.t i.!Li iMa'l nhappiness amooc ladies wonldex LaulI,Lh 'TeeraUy to adopt tho use of this Cordialr mVl ?tJ?. 8bul'"l T thow obstructions which (Z tobndV,0' 'toredPytbeu.oofabotUe ortwo. to bloom andtovlgor. Yonn- Men: ,t.?thS c"ncaor,heJ"ai,oww'a& ITerrons Debility, Weakness of the System, and Prematore Decay. JTanvof jou mayndw besuireriag,mUlod as to tho canto or toarta of-dlsaaso. To those, then, who by excess havo broaiht on Uiornselvos Prcmataro lmpoiency. Involuntary Seminal Kmlsslont. Weakness and i-hrivelllngofthe Genital Organs f rvottsi Affection, or any other cftnseiucnces or unresirala. ed induigenco of tha sensual puiiaua, occasioning tho no. eessily of renouncing the reUcitles or Marriage, fesseningboth mental and bodily capacity. Holdl Henry' 'nvigoraling Cordial, a iledfeino that Is purely Vegetable,, wih aid naturo to roatore thnao Imnnn.nt rnnti..n. m. healthy state, an i will prove of serried to you. It possous rare vlnues.Ha general removeror dlM. n,i .mns- ener of.thesjstem. As a Tonic Jledicine. ltlsunsnrnassed. Ws ,!n nnt nl,.. ihi. r...it.t . r m- yl'-h mack medicine., and. a is customary, append a lone litof Recommendations, Certificates, &c, bezluning wltlt 'Hen. wi id),. l.-.. . ... . . . .. iiin . ,i.v url Baj,, - bdu luca use, ibis not nec essary. Tar 'Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only needs inn I tn i.n n n , Vi m , I . 1,1. - . . , . . ... ,,11, . u ,.IA i. Tf maccompuaa ait wo sly. The Genuine "Henry's Invigorating Cordial," lspnt nplri8oxPanttel Bottles.and la etally reeognlmxl by tha Mauafacturer's signature on tho label of each Bottlo.rto counterfeit which lstorgoryj as well as tho namo blownta the glass. IT j Sold for 32 per Bottle: Six fir S9- Sic per dozen. Proparcdonly by S. E.COUKX, No.3 Franalln Row. Vine ?'5.eJ,' be,ow wSa,B Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all OR. UEKS mnstbe addressed. PorsalebyaIlrepecUbIDrug gisla and Merchants throughout tho oumry. For sale at the Patent Medicine Dep.it, So. 12 Collego St., by JP Dromgoole, whclo.ale Agent for tho Stale, and only agent In Nashville. ' dicll Cm dA(w. DR. J. B. JIARCIIISI'S CELEBRATED CATHOLICO.Y, for the relief and cure of su2ermg romaies. it stands pre eminent for its cnratlve powers In all diseases for which It is recommended, ailed 1'eraalQ Complaints. Of these aro f rolausus Uteri, or Falling of tho IVomb; Flour Albns,, or Whites; Chronle InCitn. matloa and Ulceration of the Womb; Incidental He morrhage, or Flooding: Painful, Suppressed, and Irregular .Menstruation. Ac, with accompanjing evils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how severe or of how long standing. luThe L'atholicon far sur passes other me.'le, in 1 being mors certain, leas xpenslvc.andltavingtha system in a better condition, tot all Interested In such a remedy call ana obtain a pamphlet (free? containing ample, piwof, from highly respectabla tnurers, of tha happy mail of its use, together with letters from 3 rat class experienced phjslclans, who nave used it In their practice, and jpca from thelrown observations. Kinaisrxj.-P B. Peckham, M. D., Utlca, 7!. Y..T..J. Fleming, M.D., Canandalgua, S.Y., it. II. HIU..W.D., I'oche.tcr, S. Y 1 Y. Foot,M. D., STrarajc.N. Y , PIf. Dunbar, M. Baltimore. Md , J. C. firrick. JI. I) , BiIU more.Md., W. W. neete, M. D..Xow York City, W. Pres eott, M. D , Concord, S. 11., J. P. ."iewland.ll. P., tJiic. S. . Pamphlets Lzi gratis at Jon.t P. Dsohoooli'i Patent Medicine Hou.e, College street, Wholesale and Petal Agent Nashville, Tennessee. ALSO. For talo by Da. F. S. Woisamoz, Franklin, IsmxA. Kcxlis.S ringfleid, JaxisT Bumvr, Gallatin, Coos dc Owbh, Lebanon, Czoextrr & Kipdli, .Murfroesboro'. Letter addrniti tt Xesm. Heath S; Bremen, Jtjtntt it A'ttcbern C. II., S. C, it to. C S. Henri, tf erae State. Gittn Srmxos, Jan. 9th, IF3. Messrs. Ilcacn cV Cuovxios Smti I send for another bottle of your Marchlsl's Hterino Cathollcon." Mywifd ha been adlctrd for eleven J cars, and a variety of meant has been reorted toforrcllef, bat none was obtained rjntll I received this medicine from yoa. Its Influwuce seems al most tpaglcal: there'was a manifest Improvement f oca tho day It was taken. At there are a great many females In onr country laboring undar the affliction for which Joar medicine- proposes a remedy, I feel It a duty to recommend It to all such. (Signed.) Ctocn S. Bears. 0 J. ti. ilAUCHlSl it CO., Proprietors, Central Do. pot, 304 Broadway, S.Y. novSI. AFFLICTED READ! PHILADELPHIA JIKDICAL HOUSE. Established 13 years ago by DR.KISKEU. The oldest, surest anil best hand to cure all forms nf secret diseases of the skin, and solitary habiU of youth, U DR. IvINKKLl.V, X. VT. corner of Third and Union strcela, betiveen Spruce and Iine,ono and a half squares from the Exchange. Philadelphia. Take Particular Jfotice. There is a habit which boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned in dee time, "not only begeU serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and devastating affections. Few cf those, who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware ol tbe consequences, until they rind 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 bis mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, he is dull and irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eyes without natural lustre, shamefacedness is apparent Tltae are tymntoms which ehovld uxcaitn the attention of i&oee eimi&rlf afflicted. If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay, and havinjr. relinquished tbe odious practice, he suffers under those terrible nocturnal emissions', which, weaken and shamn him, producing mental and physical prostration. If ho emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his niarruige is unfruitful, and bis senses tell him that "this is caused by his early follies. Too many think thev will nue the secret to tneir own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how many apromisingyouth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! Yciintr Jlca I Let no laise modesty aeter you irora making your cast known to one who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KINKELIS'S treatment, may religiously confide, bis honor as a gentleman, and in whose bosom will be fur ever locked the secret of the patient. Country Invalids'. Finding it Inconvenient to mata personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to gethcrwith all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid.) havo lorwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s mcdicint, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of the ureiha, weakness and constitntionalde bilify, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. AU letters poet paid. Aremitfanceof 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, wdl secure his book; on the Secret Inlirniilics of YontrL sept-i wly AGUE A?i"D JFIZVER, OR CIIIIXS AND FE VLKCUitKutlY SMITH s'IOMC iYKCP. This Justly celebrated Mediclim has for many years maintained its superiority ovoc all other remrdiot, tor tho safe, certain, s,ee:r,and permanent euro of Ague and r'erer.or Chilli and Fver,whetaorc.f shnrtor long Handing: and In no ease wltl tt tail lo cure.lftbodireeUontaro strictly followed and carried out. This remedy has beon extensively ued throna-hoot tho SUteaofKentucky.Tonriesseo, OWu, Indiana, Pennsylva nia, Michigan, Iowa, Wlscontin, Illinois. Jlinourl. Texas.. Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Looitlana; d hat por mtnentlv cured over rivr Bn.fDiTrorn"ii caaes.in all lta varle'd forms, man) of which had been ..f from ono to three yrt' stSiJing.andhadresisUd.il tho usual rem dill known tn thoconntry; and in no case did Itb . Medicine, fail where tho directions were properly followed. Pcch U Utlnvariablotuccessihata Umo number of re.peclable. Practitloncrt of Medicine, In variout parts of the, country, usoand prescribe It In preference to quinine aadall other IeTheJpnMie are assured that It U not only certain la Its ef ocis as a Tonic, but be ng composed entitely of vegetablo medicines, It perfectly innocent jn all cts or tlrcum tUnrrs and marbogivcu to females, infants, and all pr tontof debilitated and dell, ata constitution., without tho lcal fear whatavor of any unpleasant effect. This Medicine It composed of articles, of tho prtmest and pnrc'i quality, and Is always made by the propurtor in per ion. after tho established forms of pharmacy (which cannot botaid of tho many Tonics now flooding tho Western and Southwestern eountr)) and in this respect alons Is rendered greatly superior to tho remedies utaally prepared and sold In thoconntry. By lit aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad ded to lu Tonic qualities. It it rendered eminently superior to quinine and other remedies as a general and popular Tonio In all casot whatever, where Tonics aro proper to bo administered. Tho proprietor, the retoro. retpect.ully in vites practitioner! and tho public generally lo givo it but a fair trial, and ther wilt then ba convinced oritt treat taper riority over al o'ther icmedlct now la ute for tho purpoto tpecided. . . . Pfrsoujlivkg tn districts or country subject to Agno and Pr hill. rnrtA Pain.nr RllionS FTrS. WOUld IO well many teuert irani luwicusiii? . , ...j... their country, as woll as from nMjn'r"""'' 1 1 ostlnff who havoused i Itinpreicrencow o;u. ---,-. its vatno. XoT College tueot, Wholetah. aud Ki'"h- j. r. t'liv'-.--- vine. renn. rtSpnng or Church streer, " " Terms made known on application jo F03rEBMf G.M.10GG. Orinmyabsenooto une 17 If- to keep a supply of this valuiDIo retneuy ai-aj. Tho proprietor has now in his potscstion thousand of r. tteo.tR.nfl la valne.irlvenbr pertons whohave nstd It. wiia h It larreij real ; i-': .fii-.'; cl li . a . L' i I fcf'irfcliTii'tt hi ' ; . .