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ANTI-IWTEiVr MEDICINE HOUSE. AVE
resitfclfully beg leave to inu'.e known to the public
that we liavo djsiTar Jed from our Drug Store all Patent
und Proprietory Medicines, and henceforth will not engage
iu the sale of them. Our whole attention will be den ted
to the preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicines, which
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t ions. Our prices will fee found to be as low as the lowest,
-as we are determined not to bo undersold by any in this
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perienced in the business.
In continuation ofthe ul
ubore facta, all are invited to call
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Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and
Union streets, Nashville. nov27
STATE Ol' TENNESSEE,
Davidson t'ounty Court,
January Tcrin, 183 1.
Hannah & Junes, Adm'rs, &a, I
vs. Order of Publication.
Jonci t Hannah and ethers. )
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Couit that two of
thedefondautsin the above case, to wit: J.W. Carter
"and his wife Narcissu Carter, ere non-residents of this State,
and that the usual process of the Court cannot be served
upon them, it was ordered tlut publication be made for 30
days, for said defendants to come forward at the neit term
.f this (Vnut,to beheldat tlieCourt House in the town ot
Nashville, tin the liist Monday in February, 1S54, and
plead, ansner or demur to the petition, or the same ill be
taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing.
janT -lm F B. CHEATHAM, Clerk, Ac.
STATE OE TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court,
January Term, 1851.
James Wright and others, j
Order of Publication.
Ag'cs Sfarkie and others. )
T tins case it apveanng to me satistaciion ol me ixnin
J. that tlie following defendants in the above case, to wit :
Llizabeth Huit, Henry Hurt, Elinbcth Wright, William
O'Hricnt, Nanrv McGliee, H. M. Mcflhee, George O'llrient,
Agnes Peck. John Peck, Elizabeth Elliott, Andrew Elliott
smd Lucy tVItnent, are non-ivsideuts of the State of Ten
nesec, and that the iiMial jirocess of the law can not be
served upon thorn, it is therefore ordered that publication
lie made in some newspaper forthirty days, requiring said
defendants lo apprar nt the February tenn, 1S."4, of this
Courl, to n held at the Court House in the city of Nashville
mi the tjrst Monday in said month, and plead, anser or de
mur to Ihp petition, otherwise the same will be taken for
contested as to them, ai.J c t,for hearing.
jan7-till "thfeb. F. It. CHIUTUAM. Clerk, Ac
SFATi "FE N N 1 iSS E i:-I A VI DSON COUNTY
Skclton Dciutfas, udm'r, Ac, 1
r t ' .1 1 December Rules, 1S3S.
James Russe'I linn other, heirs f '
of Hannah Russell, dee'd. j
"IEFOIiKtliO Clerk and Master of the County Court cf
J3 Davidson County. On motion, and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Cleik that the following defendant,
inthenbovo cause, to wit Helen Dawson, who resides in
tucMiUnf Missouri, and Andrew Russell, Jackson Russell
imd Weslev Russell, the tluee last being children of Miles
Russeli, di-e'd, and residents of the State of Kentucky, are
noniesidein of ihis State, ard that the usual process of the
Court can 1101 bs sen ed upon them, it is, therefore, order
ed that pnbi.catiitti he nude in some paper for thirty dajs,
requiring raid lric-ulults to nppetrat the February tenn of
Mid C-ourt, to b held at the Court House in the town of
Nashville, on tl.e liii V.enda in February, lbil.and plead
answer or demur to the petition, otherwise the same will be
taken for coutesteJ and set tor hearing fi parte as to them.
F. R. CHEATHAM.
dcc23-tri w until M Feb. Clerk.
f AN I H'ARKAXTS.- Ve are buvlng and paving
Xj the very highest prices tor LAN 1 1 WA RRANTS. 'Per
tons at a distance havirg nan-auts to sell bvseudingto us
by mail or otherwise nut de-ud on getting the highest
prices at which thuy :ti e srll tigatthutiineiu Nashrilio, aud
the cash remitted or wnl u older.
july21 DYER PEARL A CO.
BniCIC DWEiiMNG HOUSE FOR RENT
Th. Brick HtHise, No. Clurry stieet, lately occupied
by Gen. S. IS. Anderson, will be rented to a good teuant,
lor the j ear ls.'L Apply to RAMAGE A CHURCH,
decSl 4i College sticet
O'oTTE' ONirULDREI) l'OI.I,AHSl:i:VARl)r
O Stolen iiwin inv S'uble on Union Street, 011 the night of
the 10th instant, niir pair of CARRIAGE HORSES. They
were closely matched, of .1 bay Color, abisit baud"
liigh, bubiail--, aud stais in the forehead of each, twilifonie
little wltiw 011 oiw or both ol their hind legs. I will give
$50 for the recovery of the horses, or any information so
that 1' cancel them," or $lo0 for the tecoverr of the thief and
horses. Address JOHN W. WALKER,
janlS, Wt Or C.ipt Hanmer, Nashville Inn Stablos.
" ihcTJ w."T;rT
HAS removed to Xo. ; Cherry street, next door to Dr. B
W.Hall. Residence Scwanec j
jangj '54 If
R. P. S. WOODWARD. Odice No. a Cherry street.
three dottrs noith of Church street, has on hand Vacine
Matter of the verv best oualitv, which he will supplvto the
profession geuerally. oct6 ly
1 AAA X.ns. CRUDE AXI) KOE llRIM
STONE, just received and for sale br
w. r.mtAi, ! uraadway.
37IGIIT HUNDRED .L lis. 'RACE GIJYGEIL
If Jnst received and for sale by XV. ,F.,GRAY.
TTtlVE HUNDRED 1.BS.
W. F. GRAY,
received and for sale bv
rpEN DHLS GLUE-ASSORTED MJillllSS:
L just received and for sale Jjy W .F. GRAY,
janlO ' !7 Broadway.
F1,XH,u.iN0"ED lAi EMORY, ASSORTED "nUM
BhRS.just received and for sale by
"W. F. GRAY, No. IT Broadwar.
HOX. ItA!MJV?K l'I(Tr''
I'HEROUS. just received' and for kale hr
W. l GRAY, 17 Broadway.,
rpiIIRTV-SEV DOZ. lA'ON'S KniERlON
Jl just received and for sale bv W. F. GRAY
. jaD5 ' If Biwidwav.,
IX TJIOUSAND 1TVJU HUNDRED I.lis:
Lees Neiv Castle Rnrft,rn'vi i., ,. .:j .1
forsalebv Rjn.M n v riiv i-d'Ij-.'...
u J "... uti.vi, 11 uitiaunuw
.. oION CAPs, just received and fir fale b v
J5 V.l GRAY, 17'Broadivay
fTHTEEN HUNDRED MIS. RED l,1dAD7
- just received and for sale by W. F. GRAY,
ja"5 17 L'roalway.
EUVE HUNDRED MIS. SUPERIOR All
x TICLE Madias' Indigo, just received and lor sale bv
janS Y. F. GRAY, 17 Hroadway.,
THREE HUNDRED 1JOXES "WINDOW
Glass and Glassware, just received and for sale byi
jano W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway,
VO HUNDRED KEGS PUKE WHITE
LEAD, just received and for sale bv
jan5 W. F. GRAY, IT Broadway.
"FIFTEEN CUtOSS 3IUSTANG LIN13IENT,
which will be sold unnsually low, just received 'and for
sale by JjanS W.F.X1 RAY, 17, Broadway.
) just received and for sale bv
janj W. F. GRAY! 17 Broadway.
THREE HUNDRED MiS. CREAM TAR
TAR, just received and for sale by
jan5 b. it, & g. w.t. UliAl, 17 m-qautvay.
ONE HUNDRED KEGS PURE WHITE,
LEAD, just received and for sale by
ilee31 11 u fcuu t.ij.
17ORTY MiS. PATENT DRYER, SUPE
R10R to any Drver now in use. Just received and for
.iaoi 11 fi crnvi.'T.
D.IU UJ UCVUL V. itvv ' ....
RED LEAD, J UST received and for sale
dec31 H GSCOVKL.
1 just recived and for sale br
. ... tf n rtfiA -r i
cecsi 11 u .iuu 1 f.u
I7IVE GROSS MUSTANG MNIMENT, JUST
; received and for sale by decW .UOSCOV'EL.
SIX DOZ, HARRY'S
just received and for sale by
II G PC0YEL.
HUES. T URPENT1 N E, JUST RE.
itec31J 11 li SCO) tli-
fOURBBLS. TIMOTHY SEED. JUST RE
1 CEIVED aud for sale by dec31j II G SCOYEL.
IV E IJ1JLS. CEOVER SEED, JUST UE-
CEIYE1) and for sale by fdecSl H O SCOVKL.
a OLD EEAF.-A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
just received tind for sale by
aeczu no 11 usuui. r.1.1.
ONE CASE INDIGO, IN STORE AND FOR
sale by dec2t 1L O. SCOVEU
OUR J51JLS. NIC WOOD, IN STORE AND
for sale bv dec21
27OUItBARRELS CHIPI'ED. iLOGWOOD,
? in tore and lor sale by H. G. SCOYEL. .
170 UR BARRELS FUSTIC, IN STORE AND
? for sale by decil H. O. SCOVEU
TWELVE HUNDItEl) BLAKE'S, FIRE
PROOF PAINT Just received and for salc br
dec-21 H. O.SCOVEL.
THREE HUNDRED AND TWEN'TY-EIVE
LBS PUTTY, in bladders, for sale by
dec3l 11. u. suuvbii
OIXTY LBS. CHINA WHITE, CRUUND IN
O Oil, a suiieriorarticlo for inside tine painting, for sale
by dec21 H.G. SC.OVEIi.
NE HUNDRED LBS. RED LEAD GROUND
in Oil, just received aud for salo br
dec21 H. G. SCOYEU
SIX DOZ.TOWNSEND'S S AltS AP AR ILL A .
For the removal and permanent cure cf Scrofula, or
King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eniptions,
Ac For sale by H..G.SC0VEL,
North side of Public Square, three doors west of the Nash-
vilte inn. li juecl.
HUNDRED BUSHELS OF KEN
TUCKY stripped BLUE GRASS. Justreceived and
for sale by dec31 H.Q. SCOYEL. ,
ARD AND LINSEED OILS 10 HI'LS.
Winter Lard Oil prime quality, 12 barrels Linseed
Oil.Received and for sale by
dec30. KWIN BROTHERS.
I'll JUiliiliOi JJUO A. IV f IJIVIY 101 1
100 cross Patridire's Matches.
1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and for sale low.
TLNCT. VERATRIA VEVIDL SIX DOZT
Norword's Tinct Yeratria Vevidi. 011 sale.
dec!5 EW1N BROTHERS.
EPPER AND SPICE. 1300 LBS. BLACK
PEPPE: 650 lbs. Spice. Received this dav and for
MACKEREL--UO BARRELS .MACKEREL;
30 half bbls Mackerel; SO kits do;
J ust received andforsalelowbv
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
nov22 Broad ay.
STAR CANDLESIOOBOXICS STAR CAN
dies justreceived and for sale Iqw, to close, bv
S-UGAlNTo BARRELS CRUSHED SUGA II;
iiu bbls liaf Sugar; 10 bbls PowdcrM do;
Just received and lor sale bv
nov2 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
BAR LEAD3 IlEGS BAR LEAD;
nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE I CO.
YDRAULIC CEMENT :i(X) BARBELS
Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for
sale by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
SALT SOO BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
150 bags Fine Salt; just received bv
nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO
ALE! ALE! ! 50 ILVRRELS'TISACEY At
Wilkiu's" superior Pale aud Amber Ale, just re
ceived and forsale low to close, by
nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
SCALES ! SCALES ! ! WE ARE CON
STANTLY supplied with BlundellVs unequalled Wheel
aud Dormant Scnles from 1,000 to.5,W0 lbs., which will be
sold exceedingly low.
We can also supply Railroad Track and Dynl Scales,
from tliree to liflv tons, on the most 1 easonable terms.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
I7RE.SH GROCERIES DIRECT FROJLNEW
. Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Ri i Colleep
Laguyra Collee; t-picc; Pepper; Sperm Candle3. Ac. Fop
sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, H0RNK A CO.
ANGUORNcV: ARM I STEAD. -100 PACK-
. V ' 1 i. ; . cv. -r.
bacco. inat rcocit ed and for sale bv
octjj J011NS0N, HORNE A CO,
O PARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAY
associated with me in the Wholesale Grocery, Com
mission, Kecetving ana rorwaraing Jinsmccs, sir. i iu
LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style
of LANIER A PHILLIP
I7RESH PINiTaPI'LES 10 DOZ. FRESH
1 Pine Apples in glass jars. Jnst received and for sale
by novl'ti GEORGE GREKi.
I7IIESH T'EACIIES.-a.". DOZEN I'RESH
' Peaches in glass and in tin canisters Hcnnetically
sealed. For sale by nov29.J GEORGE GREIG.
I7RENCH F RANDIES AND WINKSON.
L baud and for sale an assortment of fine Brandies and
Wii.es, of etery variety, winch for quality is warranted
equal to any offered iu maiket aud sold wholesale or retail
at the fonner low price- by nov.'ti. GEO. GREIG.
rvl.l) BOiTTtBON WHISKY.-A FEW BLS.
V yol extra qualltv Bnurbon Whisky. Just received and
foisaleby ' InovjyJ i'"'!'
ITtTt esh teas-jTTst received a full
L assortment of e.vtra hr.e Black and Green Teas, war
ranted superior bv
fnov2'.'. GEORGE GREIG.
rilGARS ON II v.Mi Aiiin uu SAi.,1; ;
rlioi.. M-lpctioii Havanua and Plincilii Cigars by
,.. GEORGE GRKIG.
- 1 ATCiifes.- aim
GROSS MATCHES BE
i i I'EIVEI) and for sa'ebv Iiiovl's
151NE APPLIiCllEESE. IOO BOXES PINE
1 Apple Cheese, of extra quality, madcin Gcsiun, Now
York, iustoit and for sale by
deci r'E0 GREIG.
VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE.
V SUITABLE LOT for the erection of tliree large store
houses, -10 feet from the comer cfllroaU and High
streets, flouting lo feet on South Broad street; funning
back 1 10 feet to a 20 foot alley. Make early application at
No. OS Cherry street, to R. W. BROWN,
janl7 Real Estate Agent.
ESTR A Y 1 1 1CKMAN COUNTY.
TAKEN UP by John W. Mabry, living in Hickman
County, Tennessee, and in District No, 1, a brown
MARE, about lo years old; about 15 hands high; some sad
dle spots; shod before. Appraised on the 20tii December,
1S58, to forty dollars. R. DEAN,
janl4 w3l Ranarer.
PLOUGHS. ONE HUNDRED HALL'S
Peacock Ploughs, Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO.
FALL & CUNNINaHAM,
Jlo. 47 COLLEGE STREET,
- XTxislivilXo, Tonziossoo,
DiKtt Imporfers and Dealers in
CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS,
HOUSE BUILDING MATERIALS,
'lr3 'aII 'l 5 3l
I 'tf -AVU now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD.
iJL WARE of every description) and would invite the at-.
tontion ol all JlbHUllA.M 13 yisiting xvasnville tor supplies
to give mem a can Detore purcnasmg
Feathers, Gfnseng and Beeswax, rcceived'at the hlchest
market pric in exchange for GOODS or in payment of
AUUUU.viH, lianll tf.
A X ORTUNE IN ONE YEAR FOR $100.
THE undersigned will, on the receipt of $1, post paid,
give full instructions' in a business thatis now paying
as high as from ?10 to iHOper day. The information given
will be of the most astonishiog and useful character ever
communicated to man. Tl.e public are atrured Uai His
u tto 7ivmlug. Tlie business is "all rcspeclable, and honora
ble, and requires no capital. I can confidently say-that rio
fiersoaout of or in emplayment, whether he be rich or poor,
et bis employment bo what i t may, will ever regret send
ing for said information of 'fflit I fttl tmured. Any one
disposed to giro this business a fair trial can make a hand
some fortune In' on year, so sure as 10 render a failure alt
toluUly impossible. Address, post paid.
D. F. BLACKBURN,
jan25 '."! lm Hampshire, Maury co., Tennessee.
NEW GOODS! NEW .GOODS!!
RECEIVED AT THTTHSTON & BERNARD'S,
Aro. 9 Union Street.
VTTE are now receiving, direct from the Eastern cities,
y T some 01 ine very laiesi siyics 01 tail ana w inter dress
Goods, consisting in part of SILKS, Brocade, Plaid, Check,
figured and plain Black", Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus
lin Delanes; Chemisettes end Sleeves in sets, IVench Nee
dle Work Collars, Mourning Collarsand Sleeves, Embroi'd
Liucn Uamb.H'dk'fs, VelvetRibbons, Gimps and Galloons,
Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edgings, Jaconet Bands
.and Flouncing, Ac. Ac. HOSIERY aud GLOVES, all
shadcf.aud qualities, Children's and Misses Sizes, all col
ors, wiucii we arc ouermgvery low. those .n search of
cood Goods, and at low prices, will do wel .to' give.'us a
3all. No charge for showing goods.
nt-p l-u lilUlVOit. AULIUdUU,
J. 5t J. C. CONROY,
K0. 52 rTJLTOU STREET, HEW YORK,
WOULD call tho attention 'ot dealers to their large
assortment of Fishiug Tackle, of the best qualities
and most desiiahle varieties, vii! Salmon, Lake and Trout
Tlias; Floats, Lines, Nets, Reels and Rods of all kind and
varieties, Ac' Ac.
A large stock of first quality of Conroy'a celtbratcd
A general Assortment of "Fishing Rods of their own mami-1
tacture; t ike ana llrag r ets in every variety, Ac ; all of the
bet kind 'and at the lowest prices. A liberal discount to
thetrade. " Jan23.-'51. Sm.1
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 Cincinnati in 87 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; $12to Louis
ville; ?19 to SUljjuis, Via I'ennsyvania Railroad, an.H the
following daily Steam Packets from Pittsburg: BuckeyeState,
Capt M W Beltshoover, leaves Pittsburg Sunday ; Keystone
Slate, Capt Charles Stone, lea ves.Pittsburg Monday ; Alle
ghener, Capt Charles W Batchelor, leaves Pittsburg Tues
day; Crystal Palace, Capt H Kountr, leaves Pittsburg Wed
desday; Brilliant,.Capt JJl Grace, icaves Pittsburg Thurs
day: Pitisburg, 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.
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
$9 50; Massillon, $10; Cleveland, $10; Mansb'eldand Crest
line, $11; Columbus, 12 C5; Toledo, $18; Cincinnati, (via
CrestlineD $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. It.)
$18 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Kenosha, 111., Racine, Mil
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, $18.
The Cars will leave fhe Conrmonweallli's Stalion, N. E.
Comear of Schuylkill Fifth and -Market Streets, where lickets
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 fo Cincinnatfin 57 hours.
The night Mail Train at lOJi", P. M. Through to Cincin
nati in 4 '3 hours, including one night's comfortablo rest at
The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Ilar
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Iloflidaysburg, John
stown, Grecnburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case of loss, the Company will hold themsel
ves responsible Tor personal baggage only, and foran amount
not exceeding $100. TH0S. MOORE, Agent
jiineitf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for llarrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the abore station
atl, P.M. .
J. M. SEABURY, & CO.
Plumbers and Gas Fitters.
HAVE removed their establishment from the old A
stand on College street, to one of "those fine and"Kj
spaciousSforoRooiLSin COOPER'S BUILDINGS, jH
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received
from the community, the subscribers hope, with increased
and improved facilities, and strict attentiou to business, to
merit a continuance of the same. Having recently engaged
the services of two practical Plumbers, we are prepared to
do all kinds of nork in this department to tho 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 York, which will comprehend all the
most approved and latest inventions in tho way of conveni
ences leqnired in fitting up
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
and Private Houses, among which wo may mention Pan
and Sel'.-Acting Water Closets, an article 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;
Queensware Wash Basins; Plain and Fancy Gilt, isilver
Plated and Brass Cocks, Ac, Ac. In short all articles legi
mately in our line. J. M. SEABURY A CO.,
ji!n20-'r4. lm Cooper's Building, Cherry street. 2
N. B. Countiy work promptly attended to.
We also keep on hand and tor sale Block Tin, Lead Pipe,
Sheet and Bar Lead of various descriptions, and at moder
made and repaired lo order, and all the vatious branches of
promptly attended to. J. M. S. A CO.
EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY.
. R'efe r e n f e .
non. A. H. 11. Stuart, Stanton, Ya. '
Dr.JackShackeirord, Courtland, Ala.
- Hon, J. J. Onnbnd, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Dr. J. Puriwr, Mobile, Ala.
J. J. McMabon,Esq.,Ncw Orleans.
Col.B. C Burnett. )
B. M. Bradford, Esq., Aberdeen, Miss.
Hon. S. Adams )
Hon. J. A. Wilcox, ) i:..:..i. -Hon.
II. S Toole, j Mssippi.
Tampa, Florida, J.in.24 '54 ly.
JUST RECEIVED-A FINE ASSORTMENT
of (ientlemen's furnishing goods, together with eve
ry description of Cassimeres, Vcstings and Cloths. Ex
perienced cutters and workmen are employed at my estab
lishment, audgentlcmen tamely on liaving their apparel
made w hen promised, and in the most fashionable'mamier;
Call at T.J..H0UGH'S,
jiiii24 ''A Cedar street.
"YSTEILS.-50 kegs Pickled Oysters at ?2 per keg;
J 140 doz Cans Fresh do at 75c per Can,
IJeceived this day, and warranted good.
jan29 'Si JOHN NIXON, jr.
nilEAP BREAD. Families will tind Htotheirad-
vantage to buy
24 bread Tickets for $1.
JOHN NIXON, jr.
JOHNSON & WEAVER,
X0. 20 & 31, SOUTH-MARKET STREET, NASH VILLE, TEXK.j
GENERAL C0JIMISSI0N, J1ECETVTNG,
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
And Receivers.aud Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac.;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe
al cash advances on the same for shipment.
INashville, Oct G,1S53 wylw
-V,f OLASSES, SYRUP, 150 bbls Prime Mo-
10 bbls Golden Syrup;
ceived aud for sale by
10 bbls Suagr House Molasses;
20 kegs Golden Syrup, just re
ED WARDS A HARRIS.
rtrvrv FRESH LIVELY jLEECHES, JUST
JjJJ received by nov4 IL G. S00VEU
17OR SALE. A large BRICK HOUSE with 8 rooms,
Ac., No. 26 Vinestreet, between Church and .Broad.
Applv atNo. C8 Cherry street, to R.W. BROWN,
janl 2 Agent.
Hnuse,",in the bouse formerly occupied by J.'H. Currey,
janl4 lm' ' u
TENN: THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 9, 1854.
REDUCTION IN PRICE
BOGLE'S HYPERION Ta.UID,-
For Bestorin, Preserving -and Adorning the Hair,
TO TI1E FOLLOWING LOW RATES, YIZ:
Bottles formerly sold at 5Q cents reduced to 25 cents,
" " " 75 " " 50
" " " 100 " 7. "
Is the best article ever known for curing Baldness, Dan-
dnif. Salt Rheum, and all affections 01 the skin. Where
everything else has failed, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid hascf-
ltcieu a-permaucm cuic.
JJOGLE'S ELECTRIC HAIR DYE,
Is; another wonder of the age. It instantly converts Red
Grey or unsightly Hair, into a beautiful Black or Brown.
literally Bycmg it the moment it is applied, at the Rama
time improving the softness and flexibility of the hair. It
does not stun tne sxin and caa he applied in any weather.
,Its elfects aie sure and certain whilst its virtues are beyond
price and whenever taed, atonco establishes its superiority
BOGLE'S AMOLE SHAVING CREAM
Is an article of rare merit: its mild and delenwmt nrnntr.
ties prevent the skin from chapping, and also resist the
sudden changes of the temperature or climate, whilst tho
lrttlr ?C lrtll PnMmi.nril t.a;....
......... . UUIIJJj,
For preserving and beautifying the complexion and ren
dering it fair and delicate, is without a rival.
All these articles hnve stood the test of the strictest inves.
ligation, aud.are considered to be the only ones worthy of
...iiv, u, ucnuo, iusie auu jasiuon.
Sold only by GEORGE GREIG, at 37 Union Street.
LOOK. Who would buy on credit when they can buy
so cheap for CASH. . I am selling
boxes barames at 40 cents;
Fresh Oyctars at 75 cenfs per can; '
" Salmons 80 " 2 pound cans;
' 45 " . " "
" lobsters 75 " 2 ' "
Fresh Figgs and Macoaronis just reecivedby
janl '54. JOHN NIXON, jr.
Q A BARRELS New York Brandy;
jLKj a do ' American Gin;
75 do Old Rectified Whisky;
do Monongahela do:
do Rva do;
do Old D D Tenn. do;
Fine Regalia Cigars.
-i PUNCHEON Pure Irish Whisky;
X 1 do Scotch do;
1 pipe Pure Double Swann Holland Gin;
C 14 pipes pure Brandy, best brands, very fine;
151 casks old Port Wine;
10 " 3laderia Wine;
23 baskets Anchor Champagne, very fine;
janl '54 R. F. BELL.
JUST RECEVED 10 BOXES OF LANGHORN A
ARMISTEAD'S finest Tobacco, 25 doz Zinc Wash
Boards, and for sale by R. F. BELL,
deel No23 College street, opposite Sewanee House.
GROCERIES, &c FRESH ARRIVALS.
'205 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop;
j otia iiguira wouee; iu uois jiacucrei, nsn 01 5s;
2) do gaod Java do;
20 kits do;
20 boxes Cod Fish;
50 bbls Molasses; 20
SOJf-do do; 200,
25 do Golden Syrup; 20 '
20 do Crushed Sugar; 20
20 do Powdered do; 10
80 do Loaf do; 5 '
Jgal. qt. jar Pickles;
iu iierces iresn nice;
9.1 1I0T nlnfrjt ilort'Ata.
uv ooAca uou uau ooxes iLio nests " n ubs;
. ? Raif iu3'" 5 ca"-k3 London Porter;
100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice;
10 bags S S Almonds; 20 " Pepper;
2 casks Pecan Nuts; 10 ' Race Ginger.
2 bbls Brazil do;
With numerous other articles in the grocery line, just
received and for sale low for CASn by
decll K. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
T A BASKETS and boxes fine Champagne; a superior ar
f)J tide of the best brands. Justreceived and for sale
by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
iw..'.. ll..ir . . . , .
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Ac.
10 CASKS OLD MADEIRA;
" " Sherry;
W " ' Port;
10) pipes pure Cognac Brandy, old and fine;
20J casks " " '
2 pipes " Holland Gin;
2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
Forsale by decll R. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
X, A RARREIS RECTIFIED WinSKY; For sale low
E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
STEWART & WEAKLEY,
WHOLESALE J: RETAIL GROCERS,
NO. 8 BROADWAY,
HAVE ON HAND and ofTer for sale 200 bbls Flour,
100 barrels Whisky; 25 dozen Painted Buckets;
25 " Domestic Brandy; 1 Willow Clothes Basket;
10 " Gin; .. 10 coils Manilla Rope;
5 " SMWine; 5 reels Packing Yarn;
20 " Monongahela and 10 dozen Guarded Glass
Rye Whisky; Lanterns;
10 barrels Lincoln Whisky; 10 boxes Tumblers;
xo pipes rrencn uranay; no do 1'int 4 yuart ilask;
1 44 iiipo vaiawoa ure
IS cases Hermetically seal-
1 K pipe Old Cog do;
"JO whole, half and quarter
50 drums Smvrna Figs;
10 boxes Pie "Fruits;
10 boxes Mixed Pickles;
25 boie3 Lemons;
50 jars assorted Preserves;
20 do Tomato Catsup;
100 A q'r boxes Serdines;
2 cases Table Salt;
25 barrels Pilot Bread;
80 bxs Tobacco, v's brands;
30 bxs Tallow Candles;
50 bxs Soap;
20,000 Regalia Cigars;
2ti dozen Corn Brooms;
1 box Clothes Pins;
200 reams Wrapping Paper;
25 bags Spun Cotton;
10 bags Wrapping Twine;
1 Itj pipe Old Spanish do;
50 barrels Molasses;
20 J barrels Svrup;
10 barrels Lard Oil;
5 do Linseed Oil;
2 do Turpenfine;
10 do Peach Brandy;
4 do W R Butter;
13 4 do do do;
10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackorel;
10 K bbls No 2 do;
25 kits No 1 A 2 do;
2 barrels Salmon;
1 drum Cod Fish;
100 boxes W R Cheese;
50 boxes Eng. Dairy d.;
50 bags Buckwheat Flour;
10 doz Zinc Washboards;
25 doz Willow Maiket
1 hair Candle Wick.
Together with Butter, Wafer, Soda, Sugar, Pic Nic and
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, PcaSj Uacon, 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 the attention of Fanners
Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we are de
termined to sell for small profits for cash. " (janl2
Cases Boots, Shoes,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 38, Comer of College and Union streets,
TT 'AVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
JLi. 1,200 C.Ui:S MOOTS, SUOKS, JUTS, GAPS,
mCXKS, itc B.ingthe LARGEST STOCK of Goods
they have ever cfTcred in this market, and which tor quality,
price ami variety will equal any Sfook in the City.
Merchants and all others making their purchases in
Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination before buying.
R. S. ROLLINS A CO.
t-e?" Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool received in
exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
augl7-'53 tf .
ON MONDAY, January 80th, the undersigned will opeu
an English and Classical School on Vine street, in the
room lately occupied by Mr. Hume. French classes will
be taught by E. P. Zevallos.
This School will be limited to thirty pupils. Terms ?25
per session of fne months.
B. F. BENTLEY.
Rkfeuies Rev J Huntington, John A McEweu, W T
Berry A Co, Jobn Trimble, Allen A Hall, J B McFerrm, J
1! Lindsley, Robt L Camihcrs, John T Edgar, and JohnS
Young. janlS lm '54
K. L, CEEXsIUW, A. C. FABIS.
J"E having completed our Shop, and put up all our
machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters'
work on the shortest rotice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW aud
DOOR FRAM I-S of all sizes, completed; BOXES of all
kinds ou hand at all times; "CIRCULAR WORK of any
kind done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to any
size, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square.
Persons wanting any thing in our line, wou.d do well to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter
mined to do all of our work well, and give perfect satisfac
tion, and ts cheap us it can be done. AH work delivered
to any bouse in town without cost Shop on Broad street,
west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, wliere we
will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that
wants work. CRENSHAW A FARI3.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXFUOXT, XEAKJSllOAD Sl'JtEET.
THE Sulisri iher rcsrjectfullv returns bis
thanks to the public for past favors, and so-
Iicitsacontinuanceoi patronage iu me arjove
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING,
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ie Packings, Baibit Metal and Castings.
SodaFounts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumpsof eve
ry description manufactured to order, ir repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
june22 ly IS. COLE.
TO THE PUBLIC RADWAY & CO., THE
Inventors, Manufacturers and l'roprietors of the justly
celebrated R. R,.R- Remedies, were the first to discover a
Remedy possessing the Marvelous and Mirraculous power
of stopping the most Excruciating Painsio an inssant, al
laying tne worst Cramps and. Spasms, either internal or ex
ternal, in a few minutes, and soothing the most severe.
Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic Dploreux.
as soon as applied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist ot
three Remedies, each possessing quick and wonderful pow
ers over certain complaints and diseases and will instantly
.in it-vp ,i 1 r . . . . . . c . J
. l. 1 14 1141; .xuiiiuii .?j Svfio iruuipaiu.
REG ULATE each Organ to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away all Diseased Depositea.
RENOVATE the body fiom all Corrupt Humors.
REBUILD tlie Weak and Broken Down Constitution.
REbTORE to Health, Strength aud Vigor all unsound
and wcra out parts.
R. R. R. NO. l.Kad fay's Ready Relief, for all Acuta
Complaints. Internal or External The moment it is All.
nKw) Av,.ll.. 4.1 r... .1.. I r. .-Ml ....
juvucAiciuui, u; uieu uuu uiu dj&iciii, 11 will stop me
.ui;. ww uwiauu (iiuu aim quiuiujr remove iu cause.
RHEUMATISM. Mr. Grauger, a mason well.kuown in
Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Railway's Ready
i.cuci renevuu nun irom nam in mieen minutes, enaiiiivi
him to walk two miles without the aid of stick or crutch ifl
inree uays, ana cured him entirely in one week.
Thousands of other cases equally as wonderful as the
above, have been cured bv It. R. TMipf.
CHOLERA MORBUS. Rad wav's Roadir Hollof .Hit r-
i;r. il,,o'r. r 11 : : i'.r. .- i ,. .
w. u.b0ucL iiuiuou ruin iu uueeuwr iweniy minuies.
It will cure the most dcuserata cases in afew hnnr
NEURALGIA. The moment R. IL npliefls innlUt tt
-11. i . r 1 r. ... 1 11
auu a iuo most naiuiui panutysms, uwiu always cure.
SICK HEADACHE. it will relieve the most .list
..nan. In HO... I. 111 fl . . ?
jmiu. iu uuou uiuiuwi, viuL likewise prevent renewed
AGUE In ten minutes a tea spoonful ofR. R. Rclie
win swp uie Viiuis ana ureat uie t ever.
Aches ofall kinds. Pains of all kinds. "Bruises. Biims
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, StifT Joints, Lameness. One ap
plication of Rad way's Ready Relief will, in a few moments,
cuhirci bujjj uio cam.
It reduces swellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, re
moves bruises, allays the most violent irritiitlons. KiW'l
Sains use R. 11. Rehdt. Look for the siguature of Radway
; Co. on each bottle.
R R. R. NO. 2. Rad way's Renovatinsr Resolvent
itesoives, iteuovaics, ieouuus. n cures
Bleeding ot the Luntrs.
Sores, ' Rickets,
Bronchitis, Fever Sores,
St. Vitus' Dane?.
ine above cigutcen complaints 11. li. Kesolvent will posi
It renovates the system completely. RcsolviW away from
the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free
ing tlie Blood and FIuids"of Life from all corrupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to every
Organ and Member of the body.
litntlS HtUU lliUU AUTllOKITl .
lion. J. J. Middleton. ofWaccamaw. S. C. writes us
under date of May, 2d, 1853, that Rad way's Renovating Re
solvent cured one of his negroes, on his plantation nt Beau
fort, of a Scrofulous complaint, of manv years" stand mr.
The poor fellow was a disgusting object'of pity; he was a
movingmass of sores. The other negroes could not remain
in the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at workopun
the plantation. To the people of S. C. Mr. lliddleton is .
well known, and to the political world Mr. Middletou is 110
SCROFULA When the patient has been afllicted for
five years, or under, favorable symptoms' will appear on the
TIIfRD DAY afterusing lLll. Resolvent;
Ten years on the Fifth day,
Fifteen years " Seventh day,
Twenty yeara " Tenth day,
Thirty years " Fifteenth day,
Forty years Twentieth day,
Fifty years " Thirtieth day.
Wo have had caaes whore ohl, men of sixty years, who
have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rad
way's RenovatinglCcsolveut. R. It. Remedies exhibit their
efficacy immediately. They do not keep the afllicted pain
stricken sufferer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
eQicacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, restoring, le-
ouuuing, aua rcguiaiiug me aiscaseu uouy, 10 ueauu ana
Mr. W. B. Oliver, of Dayton, Dooly Co., Ga., under dale,
of May 80, 1S53, writes "that a servant girl who was so re
duced that no one would give a thrip for her life," She was
so covered with sores &at Jhere was not a spot of pure flesh
of the size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured by Radway's Renovating Resolvent
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Westfbrd,
Mass., has been covered with sores for nineteen years, and
cured by R. R. Resolvent.
SALT RHEUM. The most obstinate cases of SaltRheum
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT..
One gentleman whe supposed that this complaint was he
reditary in his family, and had been afllcted with Salt
Rheum since his birth,, was cured by the use of a few bottles
of the renovating Resolvent, aud the poisonous; Rheum en.
tircly eradicated from his system.
IT REGENERATES every organ and member ofthe
body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
WEAKNESS, in Male or Female, is qnick'y cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and
healthy. Imjiotence and Nocturnal ianissions in men, or
diseases of either one or more of the generative organs, are
quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and
LOW SPIRITS-NERVOUSNESS. In women, the nu
merous complaints and ailments which cast snch gloom
over their spirits, a few dotes ofthe Renovating Resolvent
will quickly remove, and the most nervous, Gloomy and de
depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy.
Persons wishing this remedy will please ask for Radway's
Renovating Resolvent. Its price is one dollar per bottle.
No small bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Each
bottle bears the fac simile signature cf
RADWAY A CO.,162 Fulton st, N. Y.
R. R,. R for sale by Druggists geuerally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee.
MANDFIELDS A CO, Memphis.
HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
itovl 4m Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
NEW CARRIAGE WARE ROOM,
Nos. 31, 30 ami 38, Dcnderick Street.
MESSRS. CRAM A SHEPERD would respectfully In
form their friends and the publicfthat they have now
completed their new Waie Room, and ere now in receipt
of a splendid assortment of Carriage materials uhich we
are prepared to manufacture into Carriages of even" de
scription. We intend to keep an assortment of Carriages
aud Harness on hand which we will dispose of on as reas
onable terms as any house in the city.
n. .-,;. . 1 i 1 ...
nepainug iu an 11s urauciiesub io rates wuu prompi
ness. All work done by us v ill be warranted as good as
Thankful for tho liberal patronage extended us, we re
spectfully solicit a continuation or the same,
feb 3 '51 l.y
SHIRTS ? SHIRTS ! ! SHIRTS i 1 J-Received
this day another supply of Shirts, with and without
collars, best quality, all wan-anted to fit. For tale by
feb4'51 MYERS AMcGlLL.
COLLARS. Every arlety of Shiit Collars 'receiied
and for sale by
fb4'51 MYERS A McGILL.
UNDERWEAR. We have in Store agood assort
ment of Under Shirts and Drawers, of Silk, Merinos,
Shaker llannel, Ac., Ac. Forsale by
MYERS i McGILL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's FurnishiugStore, Nn. 3i". Col
lege street. febl'51.
SELLING OFF WINTER CLOTHES
AT REDUCED Pit ICE SI!
AT A. SANDUOUSH'S MANUFACTORY,
42 Market Stucet, Nashvillc -. .
THOSE in want of Men and Itoys' Wearare invited to ex
amine the stock which is kept up by daily manufacture,
and convince themselves of the bargains to be had at the
Clothes Manufactory. Recollect the No. 42 Market street,
near the Square. Lj:Lu2I '541i"t
A MARRIED or sfngle man, with or without capita',
capable of managing a MARKET GARDEN, who
would like to set his labor against a good house and twen
ty acres of first rate ground, bear halt the expenses pf col
tivation. aud divide the profits, can heir or a place byap.
plying at this office,
jan -li.'rA tf
17USU1NG HOOKS AND FISHING TACK.
. LES, Rods and Lines, of Every description. AI-o,
GUNS, Percussion Caps, an d Sporting Apparatus. Tor
sale at the lowest Wholesale prices by
JOHN M. UEYBERGER A BRO.,
Importers and Manufacturers, 47 North Second St, Phila
delphia. feb l '54 3tw
IMPORTANT TO HOUSE KEEPlCUS.-fbi
cheapest and best SOAP in the world. 1 have just re
ceived 100 cases of Potash in powder for making hard or
soft Soape, receipt for making accompanies each can. At
least 50 per cent- is saved in tho use of this article. For sale
W. F. GRAY.
Cornerof Broad and Jlarketsts.
i 250 gross No. 1 MATCHES in wood
fjau22 J W, F. G RAY, Broadway;
JUST received 40,000 CIGARS, favorite brands, at a
small advance on cost by W. F. G It AY,
OIA.VSUUM CHROME GRhEN, in lots to suit pur-
JL cnasers uy ijanza 54 W. r. liltA V, itrtouway.
7) RANDIES, WINES AND HOLLAND GIN
AJ supplyjust received andforsaleby
'. ,UUA 1 ,
TAYLOR'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
BROADWAY; (Cor. of Franklui Street,") Haw Yorir.
IS completed and opened for travellers who desire agree
able and attractive accommodations. It is conducted
upon the principle of the best European Hotels, the meals
being served in the several apartments, or at the tables in
thesaloon, at the option ot guests. The Hotel and Furni
ture con-bine elegance with comfort, andis designed as well
for the convenient reception of travellers by the late trains.
1 JOHN TAYLOIi,
CAN 1L ES. U2 1JOX KS A 1 MAN TINE CAN
DLES fequal toSperm) for sale by
jan5- W.H.GORDON A CO.
INVIGORATING CORDIAL, a Phenomenon In Medicine.
J- Health Restored and Lire Lengthened, by
DK. MOKSK'a" INVIGOKATING KI.LXIK OK CORDIAL.
vegetableand mineral kln?dcins,Iearch ot metMu?Ui.it
ehoalU restore the lost ot decaying cnereioi of the nerrou.
ror ceninne.s, .iittgicai sentnee nas been rantsciinz the
and muscular systems, without thedrawback of lulisenuHnt
which an mm u urn-, innicj, sw carcuiies nsj
1 musocietning lias been found. It
in. hrAii.hr fmm rh. . ' .. .i T .t.u .
a vegetable production, brought from the sterile desorts ol
iouny,Dyinceiepraieil rroressorJI. .Mor.e.well
Enowita a ilbtingnhhed memborof U10 leading .cioJiifle
soetnies of the Ola World, and equally distinguished as a
E?.YfB? Vhal.aBd atravcler. The JulcesnrtalsEeib,
concentrated anJcomUno.s wk .v T..-i i ?
fniwf or vrroJcin re,u,ta heretofore anlieard of,
ted U S OIU, v'ft-f "S1 ,Uc P"IrUe attribu.:
5?Tti ?Lr0iliIIOKsS?5INVlGOUATiao KLIXIKOK C'OK-
The public often deceived.
wltnenses of ttio Ulehejt clan na ChsrtT 5"
umphlae over airdonbir. ISOKK mnx& "is ovf:
a-he Knxm remedies, la all , the deplorable evlK
arlu;frora a miame or abuie i.ho various orzans nbtrA
mate up the wondornilrai. ai tcalfedioan. It retorest
li-ll vigor every dclicato ruuon connected with that mis-wuscumr-oand
r-seccyof matter and rulnd. t..
laeru.productionorLuaiaulirc. To pirjonsor reebla mu
ctilrr lraiuo, or JelIcio.it Iu vial power, itis recommended
us iui oaij means 01 commuDicaiine inat enerjry which is
umcaiaij kn vho vivyvr viijojcieiH oi an ine naiural appe-
Hiss, as wen as ine Dirtier mental attributes. Iu beneficial
elToets arauatcouflnedlocitherjexorto anva?e. ThfHr,.
ble girl, the ai ring wifj,t!iali3t!eerneTatea yodlh, the over
nvm mail ui wuaiiitrjs, biia vji:ci oi iiervoas uepressloa, the
Individual suSerinj from general debility, ur from tb
weaxness oi atingia orjaa, uillalinndlumcdiate' and per
manent relief from the
Tothosts who have n Vredispojitlon to parn!yis It will prove
ady. Ihorearo many, -erhaps, wto have so trifled with
thoir constitutions, that they tbinfc themieWe beyond tho
reach of meJicino- Lei note von those despair. The Kllzir
deal with dfetfjua aa iio.xistsr without reference to causes,
mill u'lll nnf Mtlp rAmir a Iha Ai.nrAm t, .ir v....
Jteliuild the lirokcn Constitution.
The derauierueiits ol thesvwtem. luilnr inncrt.nll..
out that It woalitVequire a column to enumerate tho mala.
ciucs. auu Lite itirrnti ill iiKrvnii. ii.aii . an
uin wt nuira iim jirupanuion is a speeinc. A le, Low-
hn.u.1.. 1 .. ..: . 1 . : . 1. . '. .. .. '
uici, u.jv uu muiacnicu. I I: ncnrai'-n. t r? nn urngn.
...awo, i4M.ii.ui. ii.iii 313, ujierj.i. paipiuuon Ot tho
heait, plu4l aJeillom, raajcular debility, tremors, Eatu
ldnce, a pricking senuiiou in the flesh, nuui&ne&j, tomJilj
of iho liver, mental depression. wirsucxorthK ni
iviiilon to moio, filntouit aReroxerciao, brokOD sleep and.
terrifjlu droanjs, int.bih-.) to remain ia ono place or coal.
linn. wmWam nf t. . ...n....-i; .. t 1
tcncY,rnaUncoly, UfOuijmania.Boor albas, iintlnc the
stoicich, femaltf nrcularitlas, a chronic tendency to mls
carriaje.emaciatlon, and all complaints growin? oat of a
free li'dulzence of the nuiiojj. and all bnrrnn.. s.i
does not procoSU from' organic ciuaej beyond the re.cn, of
WTiencver the orzans to be acted nnon are frea frnm mni.
foruiutiou ur slrictural dunaies It U atnrred that
lUorsij's iKVisoratinr I.lixir.
win replace' weatne.j with strenzth'.tLcanaeitv wllh Hrin
cy, ttrenlarity withu f.rm apl natural ac:(vtr,and thU
not oiily wiUiout hirardof reaetKm, bet with a happy effect
on the general orgaiiU.. ion. i r" U.-ar in minu that alt
mala tie, wherever ttiry bjin.'inlsn wlih tho nervous sys
tem, and that tba nacalizatiouuf the iiern.' of innii.1.1 -n,l
senKatlun Is pfayskal death. Hear Iu intudaljo.lhat for eve
ry Kind 01 nervous uuesso ue Mlxlr Uurilial Ia tho only re
liable preparation known.
t;tire 01 icrvom uiscascs.
No lanzuaza cancaaveyan adeunate idea of the Immr-.lli
cteand alraoitsiirac'jlouj cban;e which tt occasions In tho.
iliitase.l,labililite.l and shattered nervous st stem, whether
br.iki-uiiuwn bjetcess.weal; bynature,or Impaired by slct-nes-i.tha
unstriiacalul relaxed urzaalzatlonisataneebRiml
rc-tlvilieJ and built up. The mental and ntnsical svmtocns
of nervous disease Vanish together under Its Influence. Noc
is th effect temporary; oa thd contrary, the rebel is peirna
ncnt, for the cordial properdes ef the medlctne reach the
constitution itsalf, ana; restore it to its norma? condition.
Well may the preparation be calledihe
of the nineteenth century. ltis,u theflrstscientlflcmanln
the world would have admitted, that miracle of mediciuo
heretofore snpposed to hare no existance
A. binnuiaiii ma: entails A u I.e-Action.
tsforeo is neverexpanda-l. as Is thtcase with onium.atrn-
holic ureparatioos. and all other excitants. The effect of
these is brief, and itinsy well be said of him who takes thorn,
-'iupujiiukui iiui uiuiu vone uao urn aril " ttullhe
Elixir is an exhllcrantwlthoulaiUigledrawback safalnlts,
operation, perpetual iu its happy inlluenea npon the nerves,
the mind, and the entire organization; It will also remove de.
pressiotui,evcUeiiient, a UndoDcy to blush, sleeplessness,
dislike of soclely,inc2paclty for siady or business.
i,oss 01 .ucmory.
Confusion, giddiness, rush, of blood to Uie head, melancholy,
mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thouzhts of self (in
struction, fear of insanity, hypochondriasis, dyspeusU irene-
tk! prostration, irrltubility, nervousness, inablliiy to sleep,
uiauucaiuciucDi icniaic?, ucray Ol lue proposaunuiuiio-
Uns, b) f'. 'rla, monomania, vajue terrors, paJpl tatlouof the
heart, iuij.j.cncy, constipation, etc., etc., from whatever
cause arisinit is, if there is any reliance to be placed oa bin
i4u testimony, absolatejj Infallible..
A Great illeilicinc for I'cmnlcs,
Tho unparalleled efftu pf this great rostoradve. In af
complaints Incident to females, mark a new era In the an
nals of medicine. Thousands of stlmulauts hare been In
vented thpusands of Invlgoranta concocted all purportlnj
to tw specified in the various diseases and derangements to
which the delicate foiroallonot woman, render her liable
The resell has heretofore been uniform. Those nostrums
have Indeed impaitcd a momentary vivacity to the- cervoai
s stem, a transient and delusive vigor to the muselet; but
this flash of relief has been succeeded fcy a depression and
prostration greater than before, aud tbe end has too often
been utterly to parnlj ie tbe recuperative powerof the nerves
aud the vital organisation, and dually to uestroy tho unaappy
h presented a a phenomena In the materia medlca hithorto
uuhcarl of a stlmnlaut without areactinu.
tne herb which forms Its raalu ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all tho 2f eat mnilctit and phirmacenticat inslitu
tlonsof huropo to beta this respect ul generis. Ur. Morse,
whose nirao is an undispn ted authority iir sciences, discov
ered the production In Arabia, where his attention was exci
ted by the wonderfully lnvlgoratlugelCocU 1t produced upon
the natives. In fact the wonderful powerof endurance, the
exhaustless vigor exhibllod by the Arab, of both sexes, In
their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the Use of this vi
An appeal Is made to
Every AYomnn of Seiuo,
who suffers from weakness, derangement, norvoasness, tre
mors, pains in the back,oranyoiherdUo.-der,wheiherpecu-liar
to her sex,orcoraruonin both sexes togire the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
orothors,wlll find thU CorJUl after they have used abottl
or two, a thorough regenerator ot tho system. Iu all direc
tlocs are to be founl tbe happy parents ot healthyoffipring,
who would nothave been so, bat for this extraordinary prep
aration. Audit It equally potent for the many diseases lor
which it Is recommended. Thousands of young men have
been icstoredby ustagit,aod notin a single instance' has it
failed lobeneCt them.
Persons of Vale Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of abottlo or
two to bloom and vigor changing tbe skin from a pale, j el
low, sickly color, to a besutlful florid complexion.
To the Jlistuded,
These aresomeof the sad and melancholy effects produced
by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back and
limbs, pains in the head, dimness of bight, loss of mascular
power, palpitation ofthe heart, dyspepsia, nervous Irritabil
ity, doraugement of the digestive functions, general liability,
symptoms of consumption, Vc.
.-ienu!iiy,iDe lesnui euecis on ine mmu are much to be
dreaded. I.ossof memory, confusion ofideas, depression of.
npirus.cYii lore-unuings, aversion 10 society, sell Ulstrust,
lovo of solitude, timidity, &c.,aro some ofthe evils produced
All thus afllicted
Hcfoic Contemplating- Jlnrringe.
should reflect that asouud mind ami body are the mostnee-
essary requisites lo promote connubial happiness; luileed,
without theso, tbe Journey through life becomes a weary pil
grimage, the prosjct hourlydarkens the view; tho raU.dbe
comes shadowed with despair, and filled with the melancholy
reflection that the happiness ol another becomes blighted
with your own.
I'nrcnN ittnl (Jimrtliatis.
Are oT.en misled with respect to the causes and sources of
dlseasesin their sons nd wards. Now often do they ascribe
to other causes of wasting of the frame, idiocy, madness, pal
pitation of the heart, indigestion, derangement of the 11 r
voa8systom,CbUgli and Sinptoms indicating consumption,
when the truth Is, that they have been tudulgingina perni
cious though alluring practice, destructive both to rrlud
Da. Morsi's I.tvmoj.Tixa Cokdul ha3 been counter
feited by some unprincipled persons.
In future all thegenulne Cordial will havethe proprietors
fac-simile pasted over the cert of each bottle, and the fol
lowing words blown In tho glass
"DR. MOUSE'S LNVlltOKATlXO CORDIAL,
C. 11. MSG, PltOPKlh-tOK, N.V."
jTTP Tta Cordial is put up hi'hlj cuueoi.trtbd, In pint
Pricx S3 r)0pcrbottlo;two for 55 rfcslt forSK 00.
C. !I. KIMJ, Plt'JPKIIiroit,
.! , lfi Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the Uuitsd States, Canada
and West Indies and also by W.I'.liliAl successor to
Cartwrl;ht& Annnr.mg, corner of Market aud 15 road t treats,
Nashville, Tennessee. locKG-d will!ni
XV. V. CRAY, SOLK AO EXT,
rllIK Southern fcfatesthat have nolcng Cy,
JL dcpcmled on Pillburg and Ciuciu- "T
uati for a eupply of Ploivs, VVazoin and
other Panninj: implement! can now get all they want at the
Agricultural ilatiufactory, on JIarket street, Nashville,
Tenn. Me would call trie attention of Planters and Jler.
chanti particularly to our very large stock ot Plows, con
sisting of a gicat many of tho mo.it improved, kinds) now
in use, and at as low prices ai they can be brought here
from other place At tbe same place may be found all
kinds of Wagons, Railroad Carts, Wheel Harrows and Rail
road Plows, Cultivator and Harrows'. Thonj wishing1
Plows stnt can order them direct from me or from most of
the principal dealers in such things in .Nashville, Js they
keep thctnof purmannfacttrre. UKU. C ALLEN, Pres t
of Agriculturil Manufacturing Company, Loner JIarket
Street. Na3hville. Tenn. novgf lm.
"WALT. TAPHItt WALL IA"f."."
0"N' HANI), a fine assortment of Sip ?Eff3i
Ficiich aud American Paper JiurSS"
Ilanginps for Parlors, Halls, Diniu;; rCgHf Z ki&Z
Room?, Chambers, Ac. C7'fxTA-ttt'sg 'jy
ALSO, a larce lot of cheap uDrbied Papers,. Dorders,
Tiro Screens, Wndow Curtaini?, Ac at
KLAOAS i GORREV,
NashviHe Wall Paper Store, No. 20 Collei"; si.
X. 1!. Paper Hanginjspromptly attended to, warranted
done in the best manner. jan20
W- ANTUU.-I VLSII TO 11ENT 1'OK TILE
next year, a comfortable family dwelling, with 7 or 8
room', convenient to the churches and female academy.
... , it, .r. .......
Apply I" Xw. IV. llltUlY,
Real I-Mate Asent.
-T-)OAIlI)IN; HO US U We are kpemnt.
JL) clas Hoarding Uouie at No. C3 Cedar street, nnder
tlie superintendence of Ur. Wm.A. Rlnxs and Lad.
jzn 'S '54 1AHUS 4 PORTEIU
TTOK HALi;A 001
CARRlAtlU and UARN'FN.S rll n
?jc7. JOHN IL SLOAN, at his Livery Stable.
HROPS-A SUPPLY OP HUM A1SAMC
"rops. Received this day. JOHNJS'LXON.
j whlljtlU. presented to the pablte u an ."i J'."
I HUalso kaown to be of tht ,h.I. r",.0?, ffiT.
nciai in mnii oi,.,fa..i.i.ki...: ' , ..- wio-
ii4St, Ajiviruerea aieuiuiy, Jienstraatlno orSnnr,..
1st" 1 nm Mtntes, Moor Atbuaor Wh!tc,orfoc. rr
Aiu.tunr mvcrsj, irriuaiiuy. rurslcl rrosaatlon. Semi
nal weakness. Palpitation ofthe Heart, Indigestion. Slug
gishness, Decay orihe Proerentlve Funetlons, -Nervousness,
Ac, where a tosic Medieiue Is required, It will be found
cjoaf, If not superior to any Compound ever used.
Henry's Invigorating Cordial, Is oneoftbe mnstTalutblo
Medicines in the many Complainu to which Females are
sur-Jecl. It assists nature to brae tho whole system, cheek
excess, and creates renewed health and happiness. li
suffering, disease and unhapplness among Indies would ex
'"'W re they generally to adopt the use of this Cordial.
Ladles who are ifebllitatect bv those obstructions which f.
m nn . 19 u' rettot'ed by the use of a bottle or two,
to bloom and to vigor.
It UthemM.1 ir"tlee fatal to the evlstecc J of man and
nin?f .S V m0it hme IU victim,, from
SafeT S6t loM:1 "T lJect Ihomselves,
Weakness of Ibo System, and Premature Decay. Many of
you may now be suffering, misled a. to th. esSI or
of disease. Totho.e.thenwhoby excess havebroight or?
themselves Proraatu re Impoteucy, Involuotary sJcHnal
Emissions, Weakness and.-hriveIllnzofthGniiloii,,
Nervow Affection, or any other consequences of unrestnnv!
ed indulgence of tbe sensual pas-ions, occasioning the ne
cessily of renouncing the rellcitles of
lessening both mental and bodily Capacity. Holdl Hcan's
InvlgoratlngCordlal, a Medicine that is purely Vegetable,
wilt aid nature to restore those Important functions to a
healthy stale, and will prove ofscrvlce to you. It possesses
rarevirtnes, isa general remover of disease, and strength
oner of the system.
As n Tonic -Ueilicinc,
It I j unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial on s footing
with nuack medicines, aud. a I fuiinmirv. imvnit. inn.
list of Recommendations, Certificates, Ac, begtnnlng with
"Hear what the Preacher says," and such like; itis not nec
essary, fur 'Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only nsedsa
trial to prove that itwillaccomplish all we say.
Tho Gcnuina "Henry's InvUtomtinir CordiaI.
Ispui upla8otPannel KotUes.xnd Is easily recognized by
the Jlauufacturer'ssignatureoatheUbeLof each iiottla, (b
eounterlelt which ts forgery,) as well as the ninio blown in
jrj' Sold for S3 per Bottle; Six far 8; 91a per dozen.
Prepared only bv S. E.COHKS. Ni.3 Pmntfi. p vri-
street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Px., to whom all OR.
DhKSmustbe addressed. Forsale by all respectable Drug
gists and Merchants throughout tho eauntry. "
For rale attha Patent Medicine Depot, .No. 12 Collcj-a SL,
by J- P.Dromgoele. wholesale AcnL for the Statu. .n.i o,.w
agent In Nashville. " ' '
Uocll 6m rtArtw.
DK. J. IJ. JIAKCIIISI'S CELi:ilR,VTEI
UATHOLICON, for the relief and cure of suffering
eminent for Its cumtva
powers in nil diseases for
which it is recommended,
Of these are lrolan..ii
Uteri, or Falling of the
Womb; Flour Albua, or
Whites; Chrcnle Inflam
mation and Ulceration of
the Womb; Incidental He
morrhage, or Flooding;
Painful, Suppressed, and
ic, with accompanTln!?
evils, (Cancer excepted.)
no matter how severe orof
how long standing.
5The CatholicOn far sur
passes other remoris,lD.
being, more certain. less
e i pensive, and Raving flra
system In a better cop J'.tion. Let all Interested in such n
remedy call ana obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ampld
proof, from highly respoctable sources, of th happy ri suits
of Its use, together with letters from flr-l-clxs experienced
physicians, who hao used it In their practice, sad speak
from their own observations.
Kiriirt3.- P B. Pactham, M. D.. rtlca, N . Y., L. D.
Fleming, M.D., Cansndalgua, S.Y.. .M. H. IHUs. H. V..
Kothester, N. D. Y, KnoU-.JI.D., STraeue... J., Prof.
Dunbar, M. H., Baltimore. Md , J. C. Orrlck. M. D.. BalU
more.Md., W. W. Reese, M. P.. Sew York City, W. Pres
.eqttvAt.D., Concord, N. H.,i.P. Sewlsnd.i!. D UUcs,
Pamphlets had gratis at Jon-r P. Dpoxaoots's Patent
Medicine House, College street, Wholesale sad Retsl
ALSO. For salo by
Da. P. S. Woldkiso, Frsnktln,
Istux A F.oKLis,SsrlogSeld,
JasmT Dasuan', Gsllstin,
Coos; At Owix, Lebanon.
CaoccxT it KiDDLSjMurfreesboru'
latter aJdrea$ei to Jlfesir. Beieh BrtKntor, Agent ml
A'txlerry C. J., S. C, if Rrv. C. S. Heart, tf tame tut;
Gunk Srtisos. Jan. )lh, lid.
Messrs. Bcacn it linow.iio.i Siks: I send lar another
bottle of yAur"Marchl4i's Uterine Catholicon." Sty wife
has been aflllctod for eleven years, and a variety of means
has been resorted t for relief, but none was obtained until
I received this medicine from yoa. Its influencl teemsal
most magical: there was a manifest improvement fiom the
day it was taken.
As there are a great many fsmalcsln our country laboring
under the afflicliou for which your medicine proposes a
remedy, I feel It a duty to recommend It to all snch.
(Signed.) Cuocon S.Biixb.
JO J. B. MAKCHISI & CO., Proprietors, Central De
pot, 201 Broadway, X. Y. uovSI.
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 13
years ago by DR. K1NKELIN. Theoldest, surest and
best hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of tlie skin, and
solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINK ELI N, N. XV. comer
of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, one
and a half squares from the Exchange. Philadelphia.
Tnkc Particular Xotiee. There is a habit which
boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in
dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growingup with
the boy to' m-inhood, and which, if not abandoned in duo
time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap
piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and
devastating affections. Few of those who indnlgv in this
pernicious practice are aware of tlie consequences, until th
tind the nervous system is shattered, feel strange and unac
countable feelings, vague fears in tbe mind. The individual
becomes feeble, lie is unable to labor with accustomed ne
or, or to apply Ids mind to study; his step is tardy and weak,
he is dull and irresolute, the countenance U downcast, the
eves without natural lustre, shamefacedness is apparent.
'ihes are Fjinpttnnt which thiruU airuler. tht atttntwn 0
those similarly atluted.
If the victim be conHcton3of the cause of his decay, and
having relinquished the odious practice, he tunTcrs under
those terrible nocturnal emission-, which weaken and shama
him, producing mental and physical prostration. Jf ha
emancipate himself before the practice lias done its worst,
ond enter matrimony, hU roarnage 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 ihcnrelves. Aia.il how often is tbisa falsi
delusion, and bow many u promisingyouth, who might hare
been an ornament to society, has faded from tlie earth!
Young Jlcit I Let no false modesty deter yon from
making vour case known to one who, from education and re
spectability, can alone befriend yoa. lie who places himself
under DIL KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide
his luiiior as a mmtlemon, and in whose bosom will be for
ever locked the secret of the patient.
Countrj Invalids.- Finding it inconvenient hi make
personal application, can, bystatirg their case explicitly, h
gethertvith all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid. hive
forwarded to them a chest containing; Dr. K.' medicines,
appropriated accordingly, and be curea at home.
Strictures of tho uretha, weakness and constitutional de
bility, promptly cured, and full vigor itsstortd. All letters
A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad
dressed, to Dr. Kinkelin. lliihulelphia, will secure his book
onthe Secret Infirmities of Youth. sept wly
GUE AlTjriJVEU,"oiI CHILLS AND FE
VEit CLRKu HV SMITH'S TO.MC St UUP. Tbia
justly celebrated Medicine has for many years maintained
ls superiority over auoiner reneuies,iur m. ...-.----
peeoy, and permanent cure of Ague and Fever, t Chill
and Fever, whetherof shortor long standing; and In do
case will it fall to cure.lfthedirectlonsare strictly followed
and carried oat. ,.
This remedy has been extensively uied throuibout the
Slates of Kentucky. Tennessee, Ohio, Indians, Pennsylva
nia. Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois. Missouri. Texas,
Arksnsas.AUbauis, Mississippi, ami Louisiana; andbasper
maoenUi cured over rive ir.iDiiriTnocsio rases, in all
lis varied forms, many of which hsd ibeeu. .f from one to
threeyears' standing, and had resisted all the usual reme
dies known In the country; and in no case did this Medicine
fall where the directions were properly followed. Such Is
Its invariable success, that a large number of respectable
r'ractitlonersor Medicine, In various parts ofthe country,
use and prescribe It lo preference 10 quinine andalt other
'"The public are assured that It Isnotonly certain la'.'.s er
ects as Tonlr, but bu'Uf composed entirely of vegetable
medicines, is perfectly innocent in all cases or circum
stances, andmnyboglven to females, lnfants,and alt pr
siinsofdebllltaiedanddell.ate constitution., without the
least fear whatever of any unpleaanteffect.
This Medicine Is composed of articles of the prime st and
purest quality, and Is always made by the proprietor In per
ton, after the established forms of pbariuscy (which cannot
be said of the many Tonics uow flooding the Wetera and
Southwestern country) and In this respect alone Is rendered
greatly superior to Iho remedies usually prepared smd sold
By Its aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, d
ded to Its Tonic qualities. It is rendered eminently supeijor
ta quinine and other remedies as a general and popular
Tonic in all cases whatever, where Tonics ara proper to ne
administered. Tlie proprlotor, theretore, respectfally in
vites practitioners and the public generally t glvet.lt hot
fair trial, and they will then bo convinced of Us zrest anpe
riorlty over all other remedies now In use Tor the purpose
'"pe'rsousUvlLg in districts of country subject to Agae and
Fever, Chills and Fever.or Bilious Fevers, would do well
to Veep a supply ofthls valuable remedy always on
The proprf.tor has now Iu his possesslo n thou sad. e f c
tlflcateS o(U value, given by persons who have used wl
- i,t.. imm inerchanta who have sold It largely
"o .'College street, Wholessle
. ,Ti wi.-si jr- irx1-TIIK ACKiVOWI.-
EDOiPdANdIrD "ire AgenU for lb. i- of
vJhM alesV and have now in Store a full assortment
?heVmati&tar to the largev. Grocer W. sell
at tbe exact Factory price. XV. H. GORDON A LO.
arising from any cans, such as weatnes rrorn sickness
where the patient has been confined to bed for soma time
I ordlal cannot beeicclled In its
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