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NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 1851.
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JJNION AND AMERICAN
OI'FICU Mo. 11, DKAM2RICIC STREET
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
Uj subscribers atthe following rales: Single copies, dno
year 111 auvuucc. oi.-rTJiuim tne yearifs uuj-atuiceno:
of the year $1 diJ. Clues Of lire and upwards J2 00
""tier copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be're-
ceired for sir months at the foregoing rates.
he TEI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday -bnrsdj
and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if m,. joio a
n auyanee, 6.
.' iUlLYismiblished at Eight Dollars.
rSTHE MONEY 1 LL CASES TO ACCOMrANx
SUBSCRIPTION .
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" paper will be sent ul of tlio Stale unless ihe order ts a
companied. vritlt the cash.
GEOIUiK IV. COOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
Woco mage, Texas.
VXTIT.L attend to the collection ot debts, and the iuvesti
W gation and perfectingof land titles in Texas
llEt'CRKNCES.
Ilon.O WIO.Totton-, Iton.NXiBAS Obxex,
"- R. O. M'KiKSEr, " IL 1. RiuLir,
" It. L. Cabctueus, ' Abs Cauutuecs,
fcJoas L. Beio., Governor Wu. 11. Cisirriix.
tmgSl twly
"MAN KNOW THYSELF."
AnJnvdluable Rook for 25 cailt. "Every Family
should htive a Copy."
riMVKNTV THOUSAND Copies sold in less
, a uun mourns. j nctv cuiuuu, leviaeu
and improved, just issued. I
Dr. mlNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL
AND HANI) ROOK for the AFFLICTED containing an
outlineof the origin, progress, treatment and cureof every
form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual ir.ter-
course, by self abuse or by ncxual excess, with advice lor
tucir pretention, written in a laminar style, avuiuiug. ail
medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the
ear of decency, from the mult lit some twenty years 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, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever and Ague.
TeSTUIOXY OP TDK PROP. OF OrmtTElCS IX PkXX. COL-
koe, PiiiLADKLrmA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN.
HAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those
works whnadvertisetocurethediseasesof which it treats,
s a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the- United
States. It afford- mo pleasure to recommend him to lho
unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful
and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity
bey may place the created conCdence.
JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D.
Feou A. Woodwadk, M. D op Vass. Universiti-, Phil-aoeu-uia.
It give me pleasure to add my testimony to
the professional ubilitv or Urn Author of the "Medical Man
. uaL ' 'Nunierous cases of Diseases of the Oenital Organs,
ome of them of long standing, have come under ray no
tice, in which his tkill has been manifest in restoring to per
ect health, in some instances where the patient has beep
considered beyond medical aid. Jn thetreatmentof Semi
nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions,produccd
j, self abuse or excess of veuery, 1 do uot know his supe
lor'in the profession. I have'been acquainted with the
Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice
o him, ns well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ul
early indiscretion, to lecommcnd him as one, in whose pre.
essional skill and integrity, they msy safely confide tliem
8 elves. ALV. WOODWARD, M. D-
"Thiais, without exception, the most comprehensive and
ntclligihle work published on the class of diseases which
t treats. Avoiding all technical term, it addresses itself
o the reason of iu readers. His free lrom all objectiona
le matter, and no parent, however fasiidloua, e
o placingit in the handsof his sons. Theaulhorhas de
voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints
reated of, and 'with too little breath to puff and 'too lit
e presumption to impose,' he hasofTered to the world at
be merely nominal price of 23 cents, the fruits of oome
wenty years most successful practice " Herald.
"N6 teacher or patent should lie without the knowledge
mparted in this invaluable work. It would save vears of
pain, mortification and serrow to the joulh under their
barge." I'eynt't Advocate.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun
er'a Medical Manual,' says: "Thousands upou th lands
of ouryouUi, by evil example and influence ol the p jons,
have bet-n led into the habit of (-elf-pollution nilhwut realiz
ng the sin and feaiful cone.pienees upon themselves and
posterity The constitutions of thousands n ho are raiding
amilies Lave been enfeebled, if not broken down, aud they
do not know the csuseor the cure. Anything that can be
done so to enlighten and intluenco the public mind as to
check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source of
human wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing
next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and
coming generations, lntemperauce (or the usu of intoxi
cating drinks.) though it has slain thousands upon thous
ands, is nst a greater scourge to the human racu. Accept
mythankson behalf of the udlicteJ, and, your co-woikeriu
the good work you are so actively engaged in."
One copy, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ol
postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or C
iopit-3 forfl. AddifSS (post paid,)
COSDENACO.,
Publisliers, liox 10C, PhiUda.
Bookvller3, Canvassers and Rook Agents supplied on
he ni't liberal tenns. septi7 ly
JOHSOI
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On
NO. "29 & 31, FODTII MAP.KKT STREET, NASnVlt.LE, TESJI.,
QEHERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING,
AND l-OUWAltmNi: .UUItCHAXTS.
And Itcceiversnnd Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps ou hand a full sujtplr of
GROCERIES, RAtiUlNli, KOI Ac;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libc
al cash advjncesou the same for shipment.
iNxslitille, OeLfi,lS.'i3 wytw
A(3Ui: AM) rF.vnU.OUCJIII.IANOFE
Vi:itCl)UEUl! SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. This
Jut'v celebrated Medicine has for many jesri maintained
Itasu'iicrlorlty ner all other remedie, lor the safe, certain,
liB.lv,auJ purmaiient cure of.-uoaml Fercr, or Chills
and Feier, whetbor of rliortor loin: Ui)Jlu;: and In no
caiewlllitlailto care,trttiodlricllonaare strictly followed
and carried out.
Thi remedy h.n he.'n extensively ucd throucliout the
States of Kentucky. Teunesjoo, Ohio, IiiJIriii, Pennijlva
i.la, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois. .Missouri, Texas,
Arkansas,. laliaina, MisMi.iipi, anJ louisiana; and has per
manent!) cured ovt-r live urjinatDTnocaiXn cases. In all
lis variod rorras, inan ofwliltL had been of from one to
three voars1 tlaatling, anil bad resisted all llift usual reme-(lici-
tnown In l!C cnimtfy; nnd lu nocasj did thisMedlcina
Init whora the directions veie jiroperly followed. Such ts
Us Invariable success, that a lare nnuiber of resectable
Practilionersof Medicine, in various paru of the country,
uso and prescribe II in prtiioreuio to quinine andall otbor
remdieM. . ,
I lia public are assured that It is not only certain in Its ef
ecls ai a Tonic, but belli? composed entirely of veEelablo
ineJiciueH, is erfeilly innocent in all cases or circuui.
nances, and mijbeRhen to females, Infants, and all per
aousof debilitated an.l Julicate constitutions, witbout the
least fair whatever of any unpleasant etTect.
Tnls .Medicine Is coin posed of arlii les of tlio prlmnst and
purclqualit), and is alwajs made by the propnelor iu per
wiii, after the established lorms or pharmacy (which cannot
be slid of tbo man Tonics now flooding the Westoru and
Southwestern country) and lu this respect alone Is rendered
greatl) superior to lho remedies usually prepared and sold
lo tbo country.
IU lis aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad
ded to Us Tonic qualities, it i rendered eiuluenll) superior
to quinine and other reuedies as a general and popular
Tonic In all eai-s uliat'rer, where Tonics aro proper to bo
administered. The ptoprlftor, therelore, respectfully in
cites practitioners and the public generally lo ghe it but a
fair trial, and thjy will then be convinced nflts great supe
riorlt overall other remedies now lu use for the purpose
"''t'craonsllvli.s in districts or country subject to Ague and
Tc ver,iiilla and Feier,or liillous Uevyrs, would do well
in keep a supply of this valuablo remedy alwajs on hand.
Ttia prnprinuir has now In his poase-sion thousands of cer
tillcates or its value, given bv persons ho have used It, with
iiiauy letters from merchants who have sold It largely in
their country, as well asfrom many rcspectab'e Praclioneri
who have used it in pretereuco to other remedies, xt'esllug
it "value. J- P-HKOMCOOLK,
No IJ. CollJgo street, Vliolesalo aud Kotall Agent, .Nash-
vlllnrritnil. '
TKUTII ISMICI1TV AM) .VIM, IVKK VAIL.
HUTCHISONS CELEBRATED OINTMENT,
IS the most effectual remedy for Piles, Soro or Caked
Rrrast, Cuts, Bruises, Sic, now extant. This modi
ciueisprepired with great care, and never fails to giveie
lief hen properly adniiutstered. Remember
It Cures Piles-fcpcedily.
It Cures Sores or Caked Breast immediately.
It Cures Cuts, Bruises or Sores -on man or horse.
Thcatlhcted are invited lo give it a trial If it dies not
accomplish what we claim for it, then pronounce it a hum
bug and demand xoiirmoner.
The propriebir has in his possession any number of cer
tificates from the fust citizens of Virginia and other States;
hcveral of which accompany each box. We give the fol
lowing from the bherifl' of liotlelourl county, Virginia -Mr.
Pitzer:
FtxcisrLK, Dec. 21, 1S.13.
Mr Ilrrcntsox Vir .Sir 1 had beeu nn almost con-
Mant sufferer lrom J'iles Torten or ttlve years previous to
the time 1 heaid of your ointment. 1 hate given it a fair
trial and for tlio last two jears hate had no symptoms of
ii. .'iijjse. aud coaHideriiivsolf eulirelv cureiL 1 think it
tuetoyouto make this statement, and to the public at
Urge that your nualiuule oinimeut should be mora gpu
crallvknowti. Yoursrcpec.fully, R. P1TZER.
Sold nholcaleand retail, by
JO. O I1ROWN.
fcbll '5 fimJitriw Agent, College street.
Prepared hy W. Hutchison, A Co., Aiiistcrdni, Va.
lU'SILON,
he?ore the t cmovat of the property. Mat es kept at i h cents
EPSlLON is nearly iixleen hands high, a neb bay, and
-one "of Ihe most beautiful and perfect horses ever seen. But
fiie of Ins colls have been liaincd; four of that number
lSveprove'd most excellent racers. What boise in Ameri
ca bis done better? His pedigree is equal to any in the
United States. No responsibility lor acc.deiits or escape.
Feb 17eoAwSm. ' HARDING.
i-IjOJGll5.-0. Ii lllHMKiil ilAlslVSi
I-.. u nirtn-ba Vm 1 antt f.ir sale bv . .
rrnK REST SON OF OLDPACIFCthebrrth- T
I er of tiamma,aiid tin Sire of Corset, Dia .jiiO
uond, Voltaire, andSeltui, will stand the ensii- ( A,
. ' ....-.i.,l,lu ill -v The cash will be reunited
Y. IL GORDON A CO.
MEDICAL-: .
HENRY'S IIYVlGOItATING .'COKUIAli7
PURELY VEUET AUUi IN ITS.COMlIOsJITlON-i
This Invaluable Cordial, is extracted rroui llcrbsaud Koots.
wnirri navooeen iouuu aucryeare wi experience, oyinumos
akitirul Phvsleinns. to bo nossesscd of dualities niost -tiMin
flel.il In the diseases for which It IJ'recOiu mended, andhence
vhilst It Is presented u tliii pQl.llc'as an emeariouVrcmpdj,
It Is also tuoinioMMiuai cuaracier oii.wrneu reliance
may be placed as to Its arety. Jn. cases of impoleucy. Hp.
morrbages. Disordered Slerlillty, Menstruation, or.Snppres
alon of the Menses, flour Albusor Whites, or for
Debility .
arising from any came. suCh as weaknesi from sltkncss,
where the patient has been conflced to bed ror 'somb liaie'
for Females after conflneinant. Abortion or -MUojirrlao-e. till
Cordial canuot be excelled in its salutary efreetsiorlu ln&sof
iuuscuiir nuergy, irriuoiiity. rnjsicil ftostiatioc, cllll.
nal Weakness, Palpitation oftha' HeartvIndlgi-stIon. .rjlog-
Kisunru, nccaj oi tue rrocreauvo runcuons, nervousuces
&c, whore a toxic Medicine Is 'required, H will bo forinil
equal, if notsuperlor to any Compound over used.
To IVinalCH.
Henry's Invigorating Cordial, tspneofthp mostTatnablo
jmo'mciucj iu me many iOiupninis to wntcn females are
subject. It assists nature to bracethe whole svsuiu, check
excess, aud creates renewed health and happiness. Iess
sulTerlng.dlseaso and unhapplucss auinnglailieS would ex
ist, werevaey geBorallj-toadpttbeAiMj oftlils t'ordisl
wwict wuonrw ucunuaidi oy 'tnose oostnietioiis witi?ieie
males are liable to, ore restoredhyilieut.eofabotllu or two,
Yotin jilcn:
That solitary practice, so fatal totheevistr-uceorman and
it Is the you'll' who are most ut.'vlo becoma Its ilclim. from
an Ignorance of the danger to n hich they subject themselves,
causos
Netrous Debility,
Weakness of tlio H stem, and Premature Decay. Many of
you may now oesunetiug, muieu as to um canse or sourra
of disease. To those, then, wlioby'exCcsj h&velbrought on
themsolvas Prciuatuio Impotenry, Involuntary Seminal
Kmlsalonc, Weakness and Shrlvellingofthe Oeidtal Organs,
Nervous Atfecllon, or any other consequences of Unrestrain
ed Indulgence or tho sensual passions, occasioning tho ne
cessity of renouuelug the felicities of
Xllnrrinzc.
lessening botli mental and bodily capacity. Hold! Henry's
iiTigorauugworuiai, a itieuicina mat is purely vegetable,
will aid naturo to restore those Important functions to a
healthy stale, an4 will provo of service to you. It possesses
rare virtues, is a general remover of disease, and streuzth-
ener of thosysteiu.
As a Tonic Medicine.
it Is unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial on a footing
wiiu quarc medicines, and, as is customary, append a, long
li-t. of Recommendations. Certificates. &c..beirinninr'witli
''Hear what the Preacher sa)s,'" and such like; ilis not ncc
Oissry, for "Honrj's invigorating Cordial," only needs a
trial lo prove that Itwlllccconipllsli all we say.
The Genuine "Henry's Invigorating Cordial,?'
Is Put unln 8 oz Pannel Bottles. and is easllv recognized br
the Manufacturcr'sslgnatureon thu label of each l'.oitle, (to
counieneu wnicu lsiorgery,) as well as the name biowniu
the glass.
ii jf soiaror 5i per Bottle; ror sir. por nozsn.
Prepared onlvbv S. K. COHEN. Ko.3 Prantlin How. Vino
street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all 1)1'.
IlKliS must bo addressed. For sale, by all respectable Drug
gists and Merchants throughout the country.
Por sale atthe I'ateut .Medicine Depot, Xo. 12 Collego 81.,
by J. P. Drouignole, wholesale Agent for tbo Stale, and only
agent in Nashville.
uoctl bm doitw.
DR. J.
CATIK
II. jtlARCIIISI'S CKLKHUATKI)
VTHOLICON, for the relief and cure of suHhin--
females. It stands pre
eminent for its curative
powors iu all diseases for
which it is recommended,
auad
Fcinnlc Complaints.
Of these are Prolapsus
Uteri, or Falling of the
Womb; Flour Albus, or
Whites; Chronic Inflam
mation and Ulceration of
the Womb; Incidental He
morrhage, or Flooding;
Painful, Suppressed, and
Irregular Menstruation,
Ac. with accomnanslnsr
evils, (Cancer excepted,)
no matter how severe or of
how long standing.
IfcThe Catholicon faraur-
E asses other remedies, in
eing mora certain, less
xnentlve. and leaving lha
s) 3 tern In a better condition. Let nil Interested iu such a
renmdyrall and obtain a pamphlet (free containing ample
proof, lrom highly respectable sources, of thu happy rt suits
of Its use, togctborwith letters from first-class experienced
physicians, who have used It lu llu lr practice, and speak
from their own observations.
KEKRtsrm.- p It. Peckhain. M. 1)., Utica. X. V.. I,. I).
Fleming, M. 11.. Canandaigua, N. Y .M. II. Hills. M.D..
Rochester, N. v., D Y. Foole, M. D., S racuse, X. V., Prof.
Dunbar. M. 1.. lialtltnore, Md , J. C. Orrlck. M. II.. Haiti-
more. Md.. W. W. Heeso.M. 1)., New York City. W. l'res-
cott, M. V., Concord, N. II., J. P. Newland, SI. 1)., UHca,
Pambhlets had grails atJniiN P. Drovuoole's Patent
Medicine House, College street, Wholesale and Jlrtal
gvnc .lasnsiiie, I riiitcaico.
ALSO. For sale by
Dr. P. S. Woldhidui, Tranklin,
IsiumA. KrcLts, Haringlleld,
JsHcsT- HsFiutv, Gallatin,
Cook & Owaif, Lebanon,
Ckoi kt & Middle, Murfreesboro'.
Letter tilrttui to Mtttm. Beach .V Broieiton,Jlgrnlt at
Jfiwherrf C. 11., S. C, by Rev. C. S. Heard, of name SI.Hr.
WLKNN M-K1NOS, jail.'JlU,
Messrs. Bkach A: Hrou'sok bins: I seud for. anoihe
bottlo of your "ilarcli'ui's Uteriua Calholicon." My wife
has been atllicted for eleven j ears, and a variety of means
lias been resorted to for relief, but none was obtained until
I received this medicine trom you. Its Influence seems al
most magical: there was a maiiUest improvement f oni the
day it win taken.
as there aro a great many lemaies in our country mooring
uder tho affliction for which vour medicine proposes a
remedy, I feel it a duly to recommend It to all such.
(sigueu,) i.mcmi .. heard.
rCT J. It. MAKCHISI & CO., Proprietors, Central lie-
pot, 301 Broadway, X. Y. nov.t.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for HheumatWm.Gout, jiain in theSide
Hip, Back, lambs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stilf Joints, and all Gxcd
paius ubatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
exist
A gentleman iu the South of Europe and Palestine, in
1S50. heard so mdcli said in the latter place in favor of
JEW DAVID'S PLANTER, and of the (as he considered I
miraculous cures it bad performed, that lie was induced to
try it on bis own person, for a Lung and Liver Affection,
the removal of which had been the chief object of his jour
ney, but which had resisted the genial and delicious clime.
lie accordingly applied a plaster on the right sule ot Ins
chest where the pain was seated, another between the
shoulders, and one over the lvgion ofthe liver. In the
mean time he drank freely of an herb tea of laxative qual
ities. He soon lound his bculth improving, and in a lew
weeks his cough left him; thesallnwness t his skin disa
peared, bis pain was removed, and his health became per
manently reiusiaieu.
The following is from Mr.Worstell, editor of the Mas-
sillion Gazette:
"tiE.TLi.iiiX. During last winter and spring, I was so
troubled with a pain in my breast as to lender me unlit
for the duties of my ollice ; and healing vour JEW DA
VID'S or HEBREW PLASTER highly rJcomineuded for
similar cases, J was induced to give it a trial. Iliad worn
a plaster upon my breast but a short time, when all paiu
left me, and I was enabled again to engage in the labors of
the ollice. 1 would also state, that my sister, residing iu
Steubenville in this State, has received much benefit lrom
its use. Yours, truly,
J01INP WORSTELL."
Massillon, November 12, ISIS.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weakness, such
as Pain aud Weakness in the stomach, Weak Limbs, Iaine
ncss, Affection of the Spine, Female Weakness, xc. No
female, subject to pain or weakness in the back or sides,
should be without it Married ladies in delicate situations
find grcatrelief from constantly wearing this plaster.
The application of tho Plaster between the shoulders has
been found a certain remedy for Colds, Coughs, Phthisic,
aud Lung Affections, in their primary stages. It destroys
inUammation by petspiration.
Beware of countcrteits and base imitations!
CAUTION. The subscribers are theouly General Agents
in the Southern Slates for the sale of this truly valuablu
Plaster; and in order to prevent purchasers being imposed
upon, by a couutcrfeit article, sold in this city and else
where, for the genuine, they invite particular attention to
the following Madks ox tuk Oexcixe :
1st Tne genuine u jnil rip in sinmth, engine turned lot
totiud (nxces, not soldered in.
2d 2B genuine hat the engraved he.idnf Jew I),ltid on
V direction around the bar, icillt accomjunying record of
CXmrt loK. Tuyler, liocluslrr.
SC0V1L A MEAD,
111 Cliartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold also, Wholesale and Retail bv
BERRY A DEMOVAL,
EWIN BROTHERS,
W. F. GRAY,
3. M. ZIMMERMAN.
jan!2. dtwAw Agents.
PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For tho cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscaniageor Abotlion, and the relief c.r all those
Syinpauietic Nervous AtTeetious attendant on
Pregnancy. t
Much of the suffering attendant upon Ihe lives of females
at tho present day may be traced to f-oine .slight imprudence
or neglect during some critical period of their peculiarsea
gotis, causing obstructions, ineguhirity. Ac., which, if not
relieved, gradually weakeus mid deranges the rystem, and by
Kvninathv induces those chronic forms of diseases Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac vt hich either huiry them
ta an eat ly grave or render thcnl invalids, fur life. Many ol
the fairest and loveliest of creation; -at Hint age when the bud
iviis inst burstiiiL' into bloom, have m.hcrcd and died from
theetl'ectsof obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist
natuieat that eveuttul ihtioiL
TRY THE I'll ILOT0KEN.
It is not offered us acute of all ills that flesh is heir to,
hni m renin,! valid Mevrntivo for a ccituin class of com
plaints, in which it is wai rallied to do all that is here set
lorth. or ttut mtHliciuediiectedwilhexporenccand skill can
perform. Soldbv SCOVILAML'AD.
Ill Cliartres r.ticef, New Orleans.
General Wioltsale Agents for the Southern Stales to whom
all orders must be addressed.
jaul2-ly dtwAw.
-I7ISIIING HOOKS AND FISHING TACK
1A LES, Rods and Lines, bf Every-, descnptiou.
(1 UNS, Percussion Caps, aud Sporting Apparatu
, ...1. .1 H'l...ln..l. .....nj li.
lus. ior
sale at the lowest Wholesale prices by
JOHN M. HEYBERGER A RRO .
Importers and Manufacturers, 47 North Second St., Phila
delphia. febl '51 -Stw
7-1ANIM.ES.-02 HO.VES AHMANTINE CAN
I y DIJiS (equal to.Siienn) for sale by
jln5 W. If. GORDON A CO.
-r-.U l. S. WOUDWARD. Ollice No. y Cherry street
XJ iltree doors north of Cliurcb street, has on hand Vacine
Matter of the very best quality, which he will 'supply to the
prolessioa generally oew iy
SUNDRIES.
; r. j. vilif. ItEUUCTION IN PltlCB. .
! nOfJtiE'S' nvPEmox tx.uid;
For Ecstbfing, Preservlriff and '. Adorning the Hair,
., .tti t . , Tn, 7"E .FOLLowtfJO low iutes, viz:
i.lloltlosforijierly.soldatSOccnts reduced to So cents,
" " " " 75 " " 50 "
. " . " " 100 " 75 "
' li th6 best article ever known' for curing Baldness, Dan-
druf. Halt Khenm, and all atlections ot the dkui. Whero
cvcrythingTlsehas failed, Bogle's llyperion'Fluid liaacf-
lecieu a permanent cure.
'BO'OIVE'S' lli.ECTIlIC HAIIt DYE,
Is another wonder uf tlio age. It iusiautly converts Red
Q yey or unsightly Hair, into a beautiful, Black or Brown,
l.lerally d) eiiig it tlie moment it is applied, at the same
lime improving tbo soilness and ilexibility of the hair. It
doe not stain the skin and can lie applied in any weather.
Itsffecls are sure and certain uhilst itn virlucsare beyond
, i i . ... 1 1 i . i
price aim n iiruevcr ueu, ui oucu caiauusiica ius superiunty
overall others.
JlOClU'S AHOIiE SUAVING CREAM
Is an article of rare merit: its mild and detergent nrcner-
tles prevent Ihe skin from chapping, mid alio resist the
siiaoen cuangea ot tne iciuperalura or climate, vtutlst the
lamer is doiu creamy ana lasting.
KOOLE'S HEltEATON'A,
For preserving and beautify nig the complexion and rcn-
ueiiu idii unu ueiiuaic, is vt iiiiool it i ivai.
AH these articles have stood the t;st ofthe strictest inves
ligation,ind are considered Ui be the only ones worthy of
gracing tne toilet ot beauty, taste anu lasiuon.
.Sold ouly by GEORGE" GREIG, at 37 Union Street.
janSl fa If.
f IIST JtECEVED-lO BOXES OF LANGUORN &
ft ARMISTEAD'S linest Tobacco. 23 doz Zinc Wash
"Boards, aud for sale by R, F.' BELL,
cicci ro 2 j college street, opjosiieeivanee House.
mtOCKIllErs. Arc-I'JtESl AliltlVALS.
200 SACKS PRIMKRIO COFFEE new crop:
25 sacks' Laguyra CoflVe; 10 bbls JIackerel, fish of '5J
20 do gwd Java do;
20 kits do;
50 bhds new Sugai;
,50 bbls Molasse.-;
C0 do do;
25 do Oolden Syrup;
20 do Crushed S'ugar;
20 do I'owdered do;
80 do, 1xif do;
20 boxes Cod Fish;
20
Smoked Herrings;
200
20 '
20 '
10
Sardines;
J gal. qt. jar Pickles;
lx'inon Sy rup;
I'epscr Sauce;
5
fea. uitters;
10 tierces fiesti Rice; 20 doz painted Buckets:
50 boxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs;
It. ltaiAin? fi pai.!. Iniilnn Porter-
105 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice;
10 bags S S Almonds; 20 " Pepper;
2 cai-ks Pecan NtiL; lo " Raca Ginger.
2 bbls Brazil do;
Willi numerous oilier articles in the grocery line, just
received and tor sale low for CASH bv
decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
ClIA.Ml'Af.'Ni:.
f'A BASKETSand boxes hue Champagne; a superior ar
t)J tide of the besl brands. Just received aud for sale
by t'lll E.S. CJIEAT1IAM & CO.
J'XMH WINKS, im.VMMKS, &c.
10X CASKS OLD MADEIRA;
5l- " " Sherrv;
tX " " Port;
lo5 pipes pure Cognae Brandy, old and fine;
20j'ciu-ks " "
2 pipes " Hollahd Gin;
2 puncheons InVli Malt Whisky-;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
For sale by decll E. 8. CHEATHAM & CO.
RECTIFIED WHISKY.
r A RARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For tale low
by fdecllj
E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
STKWAKT A; WEAKlsKY,
WHOLESALE tt- RE1A1L GROCERS,
NO. 8 BROADWAY,
HAVE ON HAND and offer for sale 200 bbls Flour,
Various brands; "
loo barrels Whisky:
2o dozen Painted Buckets;
1 Willow Clothes Basket;
10 coils Manilla Rope;
25 reels Packing Yarn;
10 dozen Guarded Glags
r i,o.
25 " Domestic Brandy;
10 " Gin;
5 " SMWine;
20 " Monongahtla and
Kye Wiiiski
10 barrels Lincoln Whisky: 10 boxes Tumblers:
20 pipes French Brand-; 25 do Pint A Quart Flask;
l pipe i,tuawua ao;
1 pieOldCog do;
1 ii pipe Old Spanish do;
50 ban els .Molasses;
20 i barrels Syrup;
10 barrels Urd Oil;
5 do Linseed Oil;
2 do Turpentine;
10 do Peach Brandy;
4 do WR Butter,
IS X do do do;
10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackrel;
10 l bbls No 2 do;
25 kits No li do;
2 barrels Salmon;
1 drum Cod Fish;
100 boxes W R Cheese;
Su boxes Eng. Dairy do;
CO bags Buckwheat Flour;
10 doz Zinc Washboards;
2a doz Willow .Market
1C cases Hermetically
seal-
eu i-eaciies;
JO whole, half and quarter
boxes Raisins;
50 drums Smyrna Figs;
10 boxes Pie "Fruits;
10 boxes Mixed Pickles;
25 boxes I.mons;
50 jarsasorted Preserves;
20 do Tomato Catsup;
100 A q'r boxes Serdines;
2 cases-Table Salt;
25 barreLs Pilot Bread;
SO bxs Tobacco, v's brands;
80 bxs Tallow Candles;
50 bxs Soap;
20,000 Regalia Cigars;
20 dozen Com Brooms;
1 box Clothes Pins;
200 reams Wrapping Paper;
25 bags Spun Cotton;
10 bags WramiinL' Twine:
Baskets;
i oag v;anuie vt ice
Together with Butter. Water. Soda. Susrar. Pic Nic and
liOSIO
ier,
as, ;
I and Peaches; lloniinvj Beans, Peas, Bacon, Lard,
wneu neei, otveet anu iristi mtatoes. Together witti va
lions other articles, usually kept in a lioat Store and Family
Grocery, ton hich tie would call tho attention of Farmers
Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we ure de
lenuined to sell for small profits for cash. fjanlS
1200
Cases Boots, Shoes, &,c.
K. S. HOLXlNS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AM) ItETAIL DEALEUS,
No. 21 and 36, Corner of College and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1.2.H) OASES JlOUjy, SllOEX, JfA'JS, OAJV,
VATAXS; tfv. Being Hie LA RG IIST STOCK of Goods
they have ever offered in this market, aud which lbrj titty,
price and vartety will equal any Stook in the City.
merchants aud all olhets making their purchases in
Nashville, will lind it hi their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination befoie buying.
R. S. ROLLINS A CO.
t:W Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool received in
exchange for Goods atthe highest market price.
augl7-'53-t( .
IL. l CltNSlIAVV.
A. a 1'AKIS.
SOMETHING NEW.
WE having completed our Shop, aud put up all our
machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters'
work on the shortest notice. SASII, DOORS, BLINDS
MOULDINGSot all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and'
DOORFRAMES of all sizes, completed; BOXES of all
kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any
kind done. LUMliER ofall kinds dressed or sawed to any
size, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square.
l'ersous wanting any thing in our line, wou.d do uell In
give us a call before purchasing eLctiheie, as we are deter
mined to do all ol our work well, and give perfect satisfac
tion, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered
to any uouso in town without cost; Shop ou llroad street,
west of the Nashvilleaud Chattanooga Railroad, whcie we
will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that
wants work. CRENSHAW A FARIS.
jan2ft ly.
NASIIV1LLK STEAM. STONE VsJIlKS,
SAMUEL HASLAM, PROPRIETOR,
WalsutGuove. Jej,i'1!Rso.-St..Nasiiville. Texn.-.
THE subscriber takes this method of leturning his most
sincere thanks to his friends, and the public generally
for the patronage he has already received, and would say
to lhem that he isnowable to furnish all kinds of cut stone,
fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac.,-Ac.
I- lagging. :at exl, busli hammered and seiruced.
Peicks Sawed, three i nches thick 3 per square ard.
Bush hammer Hi e " ' 2 " '
Self-faced, two " " 1 " "
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended lo.
fdecS ly
OFFICE LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS AND
XENIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
FRET O II T D E PA R TMENT.
NOTICE TO SJHIl-l-ERS.
ClNCis.VATi. Feh. 10. 1S."U.
THE difficulties which have so long existed at Erie hav
fng been removed, we are now prepared to receipt
r1eieiitio-ew orfc via Lake hhore, and New York and
Erie Railroad. Goods will be forwarded with the least
possible delay. All packages must be legibly and definite
ly marked, aslo weight, consignee, destination, Ac, Ac
J. K.UI1JUOS.S,
febl5-lni Freight Agent.
j. aTj. cTconrov,
NO. 52 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
WOULD call the attention ol dealers to their large
assortment of Fishing Tackle, of the best qualities
and most desirable varieties, viz: Salmou, Iike and Trout
Flias; Floats, Lines, Nets, Reels and Rods of all kinds and
varieties, Ac. Ac.
A large stock of first quality or Contoy's celebrated
LIMERICK HOOKS.
A ceneral assortment of Fishin? Rods of their owa mamr
facture;Fikennd Drag Nets in every variety, Ac ; all ofthe
best kind and at the lowest prices. A liberal discount to
the tradfe Jan29.-'54. S:n.
TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!!
JUST received from a regular importer of TEAS in Phil
adelphia, 500 lbs Imperial and Gun Potvder Teas;
100 " do;
Fresh and ofa superior quality for sale by
l.bl R. F. BELL, College st.
Tennessee .sPowder.
POAVD lilt Tennessee Rille, in quarter, half and
wholekegs. Teunessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply of the above descriptions of Powder, war
ranted equal to any iu the market, always on hand and for
sale by ja!4 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
SAFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, for sale by
CHEATHAM, WATSON k CO.
jal4 No. 68 Public Square.
GROCERIES-
OiMniciiol, j. teacock, Jso..r.;s,txnEi!SOX.
WICHOI, TEACOCE & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Forwarding and Coiuniission Merchants,
CORNER OF MAUKET Jt atDRCII ST?,
n AS Jl V 11JiXi TiJNNESSEE..
FRESH AltltlVALS.
JUST received per'New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitt
burgRteamers, the following articles, which we-are tt
lering low forcasb.- Country Merchants and dcaleia geno.
aauy win ao wen 10 can anu examine lor themselves:
750 bags prime Rio Coffee; 50 doz Brooms;
50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 keg Pure Lead";"'
200 bbls prime N O MoIassesrWO do No I do:'
150 bbls do do; ISO casks best English Soda:
15 fio Spice:
50bhIs'Soda Crackers:
10 tierces fresh Rice;
100 boxes M Raisin s;
50 boxes Cod Fish;
50 do Herring;
20 bbls Mackerel;
100 kits, assorted numbers;
10 eases fresh Sardines;
25 boxes Pickles, assoited;
5 bbls Brimstone;
10 do Alum;
50 do Bntter do:
Cotton Yarns: assoited;.
2 gross asli Jloarils;
15 nests Tubs;.
5 casks Brandy;
8 do Signette Brandy;
3 do do;
'R do Madeira Wine;
5 do Sherry do;
10 do Port do;
25 bbls S M Wine;
40 V bblsSM Wine;
25 blls Holland Gin;
50 do American Brandt;
50 do Old Hour Whisky;'
50 do Old Monong do;
250 bags fine Salt;
150 Demijohns, ass'd sizes;
iu trails Almonds;
100.000 Cijars. vr brands;
8Wboxcs prime Cheese;
lou uo yuan f iasKs;
l!A) ao j'liu il.i;
25 do Old I've do;
50 do Fluted Tumblers, as;200 do Reclilied do;'
100 keirs Nails, assorted: 20 do Old Peach Brandv:
Together with all other articles usttaliv kept iu our" line.
Call at NICIIOL, PEACOCK A CO.'S.
leb. tkirner r.f Church and Market sts.
BEX. U. NOIfL TIIOS. C. BUKGC A. TYLtU
BEN. EE, NOEL & CO.,
W HOLE S A Jj E GIlOCEltS,
COMMTSSION, EECE1VING AND
FOItWAROING 3IERCJIANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
F0KEIGI1" AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
College Street.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky;
100 do Pate a Kcctitiea ao;
2 do HolUud Gin:'
50 do lirotvn s JJ 11 ao;
20 bbls Old Port Wine;
50 do OldMonoug'la do;
20 do pure reach lirandy;
2.) do Apple do;
50 bk's Champagne, B 1';
40 boxes assorted Cordials:
50 do Old Kourbou do;
100 do American Brandy;
oU do ft r. Hum;
SO do Gin;
20 do Hock Wine;
20 do assorted Brandies;
10 do SMWine;
15 do Walker's Ale;
2. do Claret u ine;
2 lnipes Madeira Wine: 20 do Muscat do:
Sherry Wines; 20 do Brandy Cherries;
8 k pipes Old Brandy; 10 14 casks Madeira Wine;'
lu store and tin-sale by HKN.il. NOEL A CO.
TOIIACCO AND CIGARS.
,0 Ixixes Gus Jones' Tobacco:20 boxes Missouri Tobacco:
50 do UouzA lioodtviu do 20 do Kentucky do;
25 do Boaz's Gold l;af do; 20 do Mussulman's nectar
15 do Phemx
15 do Sam Woods
10 do E S White's
do; leal lobacco;
do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco;
do; 10 do Albrctt's " do;
do; 10 do Wetherington's do;
do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars;
do; 50 do Johnson s do;
drt; -40. da Cuha-islx - J-n
5 do Reed A Nosh s
10 do Allison's
25 do Fennell's
10 do Daily s
10 do fcnaus
do: 10.000 Nuiioleou Recalia do;
10 do lining Jt uurneilsdo;lO,000 Jenny l.inu uo;
In store and for sale by BEX. M. NOEL A UU.
SUNDRIES,
200 bags prime Rio Coffee; 10 fraila Almonds;
40 do laguyra do; 0 bbls Soda;
40 packets Old Jura do; 5 ccroons Indigo;
20 hags Havana do; 3 casks Dutch Madder;
100 hhds prime tooh Sugars;30 boxes Palm Soap;
200 bbls teboiled Molasses; KOODemijohns, assorted;
150 H bbls do; 10 legs Shot, assorted;
50 do Sugar house do; 10 do Bar Lead;
60J do do do do; 10 bags Pepper;
500 bags coar:e and liueSalt;10 do Spice;
2u0 bbls Kanawha do; 20 boxes Lemon Syrup;
500 boxes YV it una l ine Ap- 15 do 1'epper ssatice;
pie Cheese;
1 do Tomato Ketchup;
25 bbls Mackerel;
SOkils do;
5 cases Sard'nes;
10 tierces Rice;
10 bbls Clover Seed;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
In store and lor sale by
fcbS '54
25 .Mais Cassia;
125 boxes Raisins;
600 cans Oysters;
SO0 kegs do;
50 doz Urooms;
BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
LATE ARRIVALS
JUST RECEIVING AND IN" STORE.
250 hhds Sugar, all grades:5O0 bags fine Salt;
SOObaciRio Coffee:
0 bass coarse Salt:
1C0 bags Maucaba Coffee;
50 " Laguyra "
SO " Old Gov'nt Java:
800 bbls Kan lwha Salt;
SO " Mackarel;
150 kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 do;
100 boxes Star Caudles;
100 " Tallow do;
10 coils Manila! Rope;
150 gross Matches;
600 lugs Shot;
COOolhsbar Lead;
2'J bbls Copperas;
2!7 bbls Molasses;
ISO" do;
150 H " do;
100 boxes Tiuplate;
COO " Rosiu S-iap;
100 " Starch;
100 " Fancy Soap;
500 kes asst'd Whe'g Nails;200 boxes qt, pt. and j pint
200 casks sup Carb Soda; Masks;
100 bxs Va. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum;
505 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Biimstone; -100
bbls laf Siigair COO boxes Cheese;
25 ' Crush'dand P'dKugar 10 bbls Spanish Brown;
10 ctroons best Indigo; 5 " Yenitian Red;
75 bbls Clover Seed; 25 bags Pepper;
10 qr esks A Sigu't ilrandy 10 " Spice;
10" " JJ llnprey's do; 50 boxes Teas, assorted;' r
2 casks Holland Gin; 100 gross Blacking;
20 qr casks P. and JL Wine;10o boxes Sardines;
bbls AM liranily i Uin,,imcans Iresn Uysters;
20 bbls N E Rum:
220 boxes Iinon Syrup;
50 boxes Claret and Cordial;
lOObblsD D Urandy;
00 " l ike s it hky; 'ii " assorteu riekles;
2C0 " Ohio Rect'd do; 20 " Brandy Cherries;
25 " Old Rye do; 4 bbls Corks;
42 " OldMoug do; 10 tierces Rice;
50 " Old Bourbon do; 20 nests Tubs;
20 " Old Reserve do; f.0 doz Painted Buckets;
20 " Peach Brandy; loOdoz Hemp aud Cotlon
10 " Applo do; Cord.-;
COiW Siiauisli Cigars; 5000 Melee Cigars;
Together with everything in our line, which we offer to
the trade low fnrcash" LANIER A PHILLIPS,
jan25'54 n w Mai ket street.
J7RESH ARRIVALS. iOO HMDS, SUGAR,
all grades;
100 barrels of Molasses;
100 half barrels of Molasses;
5 tierces of Rice;
5 packages of Mackerel;
20 packages of Cranberries;
150 I ackages of Raisins;
lObags ol Almonds;
20 casks of Porter and Ale;
20 cods of Manilla Itope;
20 packages Cocniac Brandy;
10 iackages Jladeria and Cherry Wines;
40 packages Port and Malaga Wines;
10,000 superior iiuvaua Vieors;
500 Demijohns; 50,000 Corks.
tor sale by janl2J
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
N. UIIOUES, il. T. HiOty, W. B. CASON,
liteofTenn. late of Nashville, Late of Columbia
RHODES, HAG EN & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
So. S4 Stpa more Street, East tile, Itlow Second,
CIXClXXATI.
Will give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro
duce, etc ; also to the purchase and sale of all kinds of Pro
duce, aud articles of Cixcinxvti and PirrsnoKO Manufac
tures. Refer to Nashville Merchants generally.
JAMES COLLINS A CO., Pittsburg, Forwarding Agent3.
jan 1 d t tv . w cm.
riWKLLING HOUSE IOIISALE.
A NEAT BRICK HOUSE, with eight rooms, Ac, in
South Nashville, opposite the new University. The
lot fronts sixty feet on Market street, runs back upwards of
three hundred feet, and ironts sixty (eet on College street,
and will be divided into two lots if desired by purchaser.
A bargain can be had by making application at No. f-SJ-f
Cherry street, to R. W. BROWN,
feb t '64 Real Estate Agent.
NEGUO WO 3k AN FOR HIRE.
A GOOD COOK, house servant, Ac, with two children.
I prefer hiring to persons living in the country, and
will hire in the city only at an unusually good place.. Ap
ply at No. Cherry st, to
13 3 R. W. BROWN,
fehIO Real Estate Agent.
DWELLINGS VOW SALE.
TWO Dwellings, four rooms each, one Brick, the otaer
Frame, Nos. 69 and 61, Summerst, near Broad. Said
property isexempt from taxes, convenient to business, and
will be sola on liberal terms, me nncs uuuao m uw
and tasty building. Apply at So. CSX. Cherry St.. to
u 3 It. W. BROWN,
feblO 1 Real Estate Agent
INTENT TWO HEATER SMOOTHING
IRON.
THESE Irons were exhibited at the Great National Fmr
of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, at Washiuw
ton, when it was said oT them, they were so far ahead ofall
others that rtotMny ton next. An ordinary fire is sul8cient
forhealing theni they are alwsyR clean they are bighly
polislied, the surface is true in sliort,they make the lahor
of Ihe laundress a pleasure. Price $1 50 each. For sale
wholesale or reta by A. MORRISON A CO.
TO GARDENERS. GERMANS.
MAURTEflnr KinrHeman. with or without capital.
JA. capable of managing a MARKET GARDEN, who
,3 lit . . V ' . I.I I T .1 C I ,..1.1 t,n.,bn. 4
-UUIU UKC lO.Set, Uts lauoi ' wu uuuac uuu .mi-
lr ni-rMnfiirst mtn immnd. brer bait the expenses of cul
tivation. aud divide the profits, can hear of a, place by ap
plying at this oLtice. t l
jan 24, '54; tf
rpo THE VUHLIC "RAHWjITV At CO., THE
jl. inventors, iianmaciurersana 1'rojHietors ot tlie july
celebratcel R. IL R. Remedies, were the tirst to disi-nt er a
Remedy possessini; the Marvelous and Mirroculous iioVver
oi Biujiuuig wju iirts. i.&cruciaon i ains in an instant, al
laying the worst Cramps and SpasinJ, cilher internal or ex
lenial. in a lew minulcs: and sooI.'iidl' the most severe
aroxysms ot Ubeuuialisni, eui'algu, au4 t ic IKiioreut,
as soon as applied- the li. li. i- iceuicJies consist ol
three Remedies. each rocssine'nuick and wonderful row
era overcertain coMplaiiits und diseases and will insixilir
liei IL'irLi.i . ir... . . . . . , 1 -
ivr.j,tr.v r. luciiumau ovsiem inui paia ;
REGULATE each Orgaa'to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE nway all Diseased Deposites.
RENOVATE tht'bodvfrotri all Corrupt Humors.
REBUILD theWeakand Broken Down Constitution.
RESTORE to Health. Stnaiirth and Viirornll uusonnd
ana worn out parts.
R. R. R. NO. 1. Radwav's Readr Relief, for 11 Arnt
Complaints, Internal or External. The moment it is ap-
pueu exiemaiiy. or laxen into tne system, it will stoti the
uiuet cAcruciaiiu pam ana qmc&iy reuiuve us cause.,
RHEUMATISM. Mr. Grauinir". a mason well known in
Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Radway's Ready
T?i:f-..i: i i.r..T -. n ... . ... ... , :
iki,i;i icnuicu uiui iroiu oain in niusn nimiiira. en.iii p.i
iiiui to yyaiK two mues wiinoui the aid ot stict or crutch iu
three days, and cured hint entirely in one ivcot. -Thousands
of other cases emiallr as wouderful ns th
above, liavo been cured bv R. IL Relief.
v;ttuL.t.KA jtuiiuus. tcadwav's Iteady Keherwill re-
ii. oni cuiB meuiusi uepserate cases inaiew lumrx. '
NEURALGIA. The moment R. IL Relief is applie'd it
aihlVS the most nainful r.nmvvKnei tln-lll nlu- ivn ,...
T. ...Ill .1 . 1 . . .. J
SICK HEADACHE. II will relieve theniosldistre'-siD?
iiaiua iu uiivcu uiiuutcs. nn n luwetvise oreveui ienewe.1
attacks.
AGUE. In ten minutes a tea snoonful oflL K
will stop the Chills aud break the Fever.
Aches ofall kindi-. Pains ofall kinds. Hrmsiwt Hume
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lamem-ss. One ai
nli'vii;, iri...i.v..F'j tu.iv ii:r...:n x r . .
...w.wu y. .iu o ikuuj lliu. ,lll, IU U ici, lllOUlCnUJ,
entirely stop the paiu.
it reduces swellings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, re
moves bruises, allays the most violent irritations. For all
pains use R. It. Rebel. Look for the signature ontadway
& Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R. NO. 2. Radtvay's Renovatim
Resolvent
uesoives, lieuovates, i.ebmkii 11 cures
Scrofula. Tumors,
Bleeding ol the Lungs,
St. Vitus' Douce.
Syphilis, Consumption,
Sores, Rickets,
Asthma, Nodes,
Salt Kheum,
Canker,
Rash,
Bronchitis, lever sores,
Ulcers. Erysipelas.
Tetters,
The above eighteen complaints I., ii. Kesolrent will post
tively cure.
It renovates the system completely. Resolving away from
the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free
ing the Blood and Fluids of late from all corrupt Lumors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength, to every
Organ aud Member of the body.
J.hl ir.li.-s, r HUM lUliil AU111UHU l.
Hon. J. J. Middlcton. ol Waccamaw, S. C tvrites us
under date of Mar. '2d. lS53,that ltadway's Renovatinir Re
solvent cured one of his negroes, on his plantation at Beau
fort, ofa Scrofulous complaint, of many years" standing.
The ioor fellow was a disgusting object of pity; he was a
moriug mass of sores. The other negroes could not rcmaiu
in the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radwuy's Renovating Resoltcnt, and isuoivat vrork.upon
the nlantution. To tne people of S. C. Mr. Middlcton is
well known, and to tho political world Mr. Middlcton is no
stramrer.
SCROFULA. When tho patient has.been afflicted fir .
five years, or under; favorable symptonu-aill nijear on the
Till 111) DAI allorui.i.g-11. u. l.esoiveui;
Ten years
ou the
Fidh dar.
Fifteen years
Twenty years
Thirty years
Forty years
Seventh day,
Tenth day, "
Fifteenth day.
Twentieth day,
my years
jiuriieiu uav.
We have had cases where old men of sixty years, who
have been scroftilousall their lives, entirely cured by Raj
way's Renovating Resolreiit. R. R. Remedies exhibit their
efficacy immediately. Tliey do not keep the alUicled jiaiu
strickeu suilerer lingering iu doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving pain, renovating, icstoring, te
buildiiitr. and regulating the diseased body, lo health and
strength.
Mr. W. B. Oliver, ol Davton, Dooly Co., Co., under dale
of May SO, 1S53, w rites "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 t!iut tbeie Was not a spot of pure flesh
ofthe size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire
ly cured byRadtvav's Renovating Resolvent."
NINETEEN YEAIiS. Mr. Heudersou, of Westford,
Mass . has been covered with sores for niueteen years, and
cured by R. IL Resolvent.
SALT IlilKU.vi. The most obstinate cases of altltlienm
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
Onegcntlemau who sujiposcd that this complaint was he
reditary in his family, and had been uUIcled with Salt
Rbeuui since his birth, was cured by the Use ofa few bottles
ol",tlie renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum eti-
ureiy cniuicuicu iiuiuiii.ssisicuu.
IT REOENERATiy every organ and member ofthe
body; it makes sound, healthy and stongall neak, diseased
and unsound parts.
WEAKNESS, in Male or Female, is quickly cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and
healthy. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men, or
diseases of either one or mure of the generative organs, are
quickly removed, aud the body restored to a healthy and
s mnd condition.
LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In women, thenn-
merous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom
over their spirits, a few doses ofthe Renovating Kesohent
will quietly remove, aim me most nervous, iiioouiy au J de
depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy.
I'ersons wismng tins remeay in please asc tor itadwars
Kenovatimr Resolvent its price is one dollar ner bottle.
No small bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Eac!:
bottle tears the lac simile signature uf-
RADWAV A CO., 1C2 Fulton st. N.Y
R. IL R., for sale by Druggists generally.
j. ii. z.i.M.Mh.r.iiAri,
Wholesale Ageut for Tenmiessee.
MANDFIELllS A CO. Memphis.
UCDGIN. WELLS A JOHNSON,
flovl 4ra Chattanooga.
Aud Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
AFFLICTED BEAD!
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15
years ago by DR.KINKELIN. Theoldest, surest and
best nana to euro an mrnisoi secret uuscoses 01 tne KKin,anu
solitary habits of youth, is DR. K1NKELIN, N. W. corner
of Third and Union streets, beUeen Spruce and l'iue, one
and a half squares from the Exchange. Philadelphia.
Take I'nrticiilnr police. mere is a nabitwhicli
boys teach each other at the academy or college-a liabit in
dulged in when by themselves, iu solitude, growing up with
the Lot to manhood, mid vt hich, if uot abandoned in due
time, not Only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial haji
pinoss,but gives nso to a series of protracted, insidious and
devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they
lind 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 Ig
or, or to apply his mind to study; hisstep is tardy and weak,
he is dull and irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the
eyes without natural lustre, sliamefacedncss is apparent
'iJicre aretymjttotm tcluch tliould aicjten flte attention of
those tiinilarly afflicted.
If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay", and
having relinquished the odious practice, he sutlers under
those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and. shame
him, producing meutal and physical prostration. If he
emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst,
aud cuter malrimouy, his marriag is unfruitful, and his
senses tell him that this is caused by his early follies.
Too many think they will hug the secret to their own
hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is thiso fatal
delusion, and how many a promising outb, who might have
been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth!
Young Men ! lo;t no false modesty deter you from
making your cast known to one who, from education and re
spectability, can alone befriend you. lie who places himself
under DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously coulide
his honor as a gentleman, and in tt hose bosom will be for
ever locked the secret of the patient
Country Invnlid. Finding it inconvenient to make
personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to
getherwith all their symptoms, (per letterpost-paid.) Imve
forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines,
appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home.
Strictures of the uretha, weakness and constitutional de
bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters
nost 11 id.
- J. ... r - i . I . i . . . r 1 .. 1
" A remittance tu i wun iu a letter, posk paiu, au
dressed to Dr. Kinkelin. Philadelphia, will cccure his book
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. septl wly
HURT'S VERMIFUGE.
mHERE is pei haps no disease to which children are ex
I posed that is so universal and fatal as Worms; persons
ot all affes are suuievt m i, uuu ii uexicxieu it may prove
ruinous. Then why will you hesitate when you can aityaj s
bnrn a nmventor ill vour bouse at verv little extietise. x.7i
Jlurl's Unrivaled Vermifuge. The Medicine stands pre
eminent tue rapiuity wnn wmcnii exiieis y orms is truly
rental kHUIC. mi it ihii laan uu.ia icijuucu.
Sold by Merchants and Druggists generally.
HcssEtvimt, Ky,July 2d, 135.
Mr. B. F. Hukt Pear Sir: I have been usinsr v our Ve
mifuge in my family ever since I have been acting as Agent
for you. 1 have used Falinestock's. Jaynes'. Loudsu A
Co's., and others, but must give yours the decided prefer
ence over all others. I would recommend it to the commu
nity as a valuable medicine. err respectfully,
sept 24 wly MIL'fON ROBERTS.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSE KEEI'EKS.-The
cheapest and best SOAP in the world. I havo inst re
ceived too cases oi roiasn in powucr tor maKing nam or
soft Soap, a receipt for making accompanies each can. At
least 50 per cent is saved in the use of this article. For sale
curap Dy n.r, uitm,
jan-22 '5t
Corner of Broad and Mai ket sis.
UST received 25-J gross No. 1 MATCHES in wood
boxes. jan22 J W. F. O RAY, Broadway.
"TUST received 40,000 CIGAltS, favorite brands at a
ff small auvanee on cosy oy . -
ian22'54. - Broadway.
TTIAN"S GUM CHROME GltEE.V, in lots to suit pur
X chasers by j.m22.'541 W. F.GRAi.Hroadway
RAND1KVWJNES ANU MOIAAND UIN i-A largo
supplyiust received andforsaleby - ) t, uiui.
GROCERIES.
Wholesale Grocer,
COMJJJSSOX, MXD. FpliWARVIXG JIEZOJKiJT,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor.
Corner cfColtege and Church street, XashvMi.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Harana
M du loiguyara; 50 do Java.
j itaAtC) 20,000 Imtt. Havana; 13,00.1 American;
iw,w uuoa o s ana Jieieeuiir.
.igars;
wniinijw-;iv ooxes sperm ana star;
boxes ytenne au Talhiw:
1AUNS-A lo' of assorted Nos. 0snubur3, su-
,,.,... - , l","ul 'luanty hi monmacturers prices;
MiUllrt lOir bxs Ilaisins, assorted sntes; o-i drums Fiej
Kn C -. ; 1 . 1 1 i .. . . ..... At
Ibll 50 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;
"5 KiU Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines:
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 Io St Iartiis (Harrison's;)
GLASS Son boxes Window, all 'sizes;
12i do Qt, Pt,and K J'L Flastt
75 do Flint Tumb ens aud Goblets;
60 do Sqtutt and Cap Jars;
90 Dciuilotis. Bye add three ralloni-
IRON Tennessee iuid Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases Imdon Porter quarts and
-quarts and pints;
10 casus bcotcu Ale
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
400 do Whisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. FRum;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegary
MOLASSES 150 bblsanjl bblsreboiled and'S. House-
75 bbls St Iuis and N O Golden S vrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted aizes-
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 coses Tomatoe Cutsun:
SUGAR 100 hhds liOuisiana Sugar;
loo bbls st .Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised: 25 do Loaf 1
SPICKJ-10bag3 Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
20 do Ginirer. Ilico and from..-
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; . 250 sacks fine and coase;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; ' 50 do FancySoap;
io uuxrets Aiiuei ceeu;
i r..ys o cufs various brand.;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted hran As; .
25 boxes Jenny LTud, siipcric tide;
SUNDRIES Indigo. Copperas, Mudder. Olite OiL Iy-nil
Powder, Shot, fsalauatiu. Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac., Ac
For saje low for cash by T.J. CLACK.
T-t7l.iberaI advances on consignments-
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean "washed Wool;
iw,i"jviua tiaciMiana itru;
Drieil FruiLFenthcis. Beeswax. Tallow and Gmsenir-
For tvhich tve ill jay liberal price in cash or Groceries.
jauio. T. J. UI4.VOK.
fpHE SUJiSClHRIiKS have uow on hand a choice
j uuu iy. iiussorieu s.oc 01 every article u-iuiivxepl in
their line of bilsiness, which ther odcrat utiusuollv reduced
prices for cash. Among which may be found tbefoIIotviVg
Cheese at Cincinnati Prices wholesale, by retail 10 peril,
Oysters bv the cons 72' cenis.
Sardines by tlu box 2? "
Cuudy, forcoshonly, 10f "
J. G. A C. ROBERTSON;
febl'51 llndwy
I7IRESH AUK1VAL.S.-75 bags K10 Coaee, iwir
X crop;
25 bags laguyra and Java Coffee, sup. quality;,
25 bogslieads tiew crop Sugar;
40 kit's fresh Mackerel;
' 50 bbls Mobtsses;
25 half bbls MoLsses;
S bogs Pepper;
100 boxes lialf and quarter boxes Raisins, fresh;
5 cases Table Salt, in boxes; ,
25 boxes Star Candles;
10 boxes Admautine Candles;
20 nests Tubs and Keelers;
75 1 2 and 3 gallon Demijohns. For sale by
janSI 11. p. HELL.
LIQUORS-HOML'STIC ao barrels NewYotk
Brandy;
10 bbls American Gin;
75 bbls Old Iiectified Whisky;
10 bbls Old Mbnongihela Whisky;
10 bbls Old Rte Whiskv;
50 bbls Pikes" Mag'la Whisky;
25 bbls Old DD Tennessee Whisky;
20,Ohi Fine Regalia Cigars. R. F. BELL.
FOREIGN LUiUOUS. 1 puncheon Pure Irish
: Whisky;
1 puncheon Scotch Whisky;
1 pipe Pure Double Stvaun Holland Gin;
4 half Pipes pure French Braudy, best brands;
15 quarter eases Old Port Wine;
10 " Maderia Winer
25 baskets Anchor Champagne, very fine.
1 4 ' 1 11 nr.i t
febl
it. r. iiu.li.
SUNDRIES. 50 boxes Laiighorn at Amutead's beni
Gold Leaf Tobacco;
SO boxes various good brands Tobacco;
2o0 Upes Sardines;
100 kegs Spiced Ousters;
200 caiis Fresh Holt AMaliby's best;
5 tierces Fresh Rice;
75 boxes Flesh Cheese;
100.) pounds Dried Bit-f, canvassed;
10 nests Clothes Baskets;
25 nests Market
15 boxes Fox Starch;
ALSO. A erreat variety of other articles in mr line, for
sale at the lowest prit.es.
miS uouuiry merchants and dealers in Groceries and
Liuunrs ircnerallr. aro resnectfullv invited to eiamini-niT
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Ao. 1', opposite the ?x'Wuneo House, College street
"54 It v. HKIJ.
S T E W A R T Je XV UAKL li V S
EXPRESS LINE!
TTlAMILY GROCERIES delivered iu any part of the city
JL free or charge. Orders from customers handed the
dr.ver will be thankfully received, and promptly filled and
delivered. jjan27 '51
BACON A LARGE QUANT1TV ALWAYS KEPT
on hand and fursale bv
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
jan27 '54 No d Broadway.
lELEItY ORDEKS LEFT AT OUK STORKTHE
J day previous to wanting it will Us supplied at market
price. aii-.vvAi;. v rvitifc.i ,
jan2
No $ Broadway.
1 UTTER AND K(;t;S WE ARE-RECEIVING
doily from the country, largo quantities of Butler and
1-CSS, likewise Chickens ami Turkeys, which we Mill sell as
cheap as the inarkeL STEWART A WEAKI.EY.
jau2l 64 No S Broailway.
rpo RAH. LOAD CONTItACTOHS, BLACK-
JL SMITHS, Ac. lOlUlnishedStcel Poiuled Crow Bars;
50 Crow Bar Moulds,
lOu Blacksmiths' Sledges, assorted;
100 setts assorted Axles;
20 dozen Picks and Mattocks;
25 do Shovels and Spades;
1C0 Drills. Just recived aud forsale loir by
janlS McCREA A TERRASS.
SUNDRIES. 10 hhds Sugar,
200 b.ts Bio Colli-e; lf0 bxs A V, bis Star Candl.-:
2o tons ass'd Rolled Iron; SO bis assorted Tumblers;
0 do Hollow Ware; 50 casks Soda;
800 pairllre Dogs; 10 do Alum;
S00 setts agon Uoxcs, ass d 10 do Brimstone;
iuij pieces .tut inisier riietri; o uo J uny;
10 bundles Spriuz Steel; 5 ca?es Imn't A Black Tea:
10O kegs Pure Iad; very fine;
1 bale Paper U01 ts; 850 boxes Ctev;
Just recit ed and forsale low by
McCREA ATERRASS
janlS S5 liroadsluvt.
SUN DRIES. 10.000 Butt' Enveloper;
50 dozen Coffee Mills, assorted palieins;
10 dozen Powder t lasks, assorted pattern;
6 dozen Shot Pouches, ussorteJ tvailcrn-;
50 " Kid Dolls;
20 " Cloth Btusbtv', assorted patteias;
25 I lair do, assorted pattern.';
50 " Shaving do; assorted iiattern.-;
0 gross Cedar Pencils, assorted patterns;
75 dozen Looking Glosscsr
"With a general assortment of Variety Goo Js suitable for
touutry Merchants, forsale low for cash by
rcbl A MORRISON ACQ.
J LGAlt. -An) hhds Louisiana Suinr. all erudes. for
a'eby jan25 '54 W. IL GORDON A CO.
M'
t) LASSES. SoO bbls
Extra Plantation Molasses,
XV. II..GORDON A CO.
lor sale by jan2. 51
LASSWARE 101 boxes Tumblers and Jars, for
A saieuy jan2o 'o-l W. ILGUKDON A CO.
SOD A 50 kegs best Cunningham Soda, for sale by
janS'ol W. II, GORDON A CO.
CI HEESE loo boxes W R Cheese, for sale by
J jan-.!5 '54 XV. II. GORDO.N A CO.
IO COFFEE-105 bags prime Rio Coffee, to arrive)
1 per E Howard, forsale by XV. 11. GORDON A CO.
F
OR SALE A GOOD SECOND-HAND
CARRIAGE and HARNESS. Call on
doc7. JOHN IL SLOAN, at his UverrStable.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXEJIOXT, XEAREIIOAD SiWEET.
TJIRSnliscriher resnedfullv returns his
thanks to the public for past favors, and so
licits 3 continuance ol patronage in iucbuo.o
nimniMi 1 vn mri'PT milV MANUFACTURING
TogeUier with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and I umps or eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at abort
DCash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
inne-22 It B. COLE.
I -ISSOLUTION The Copartnership heretofore exist
J J ing under the style or PERKINS A CLACK was dis
so!ved.on2d iust by mutual consent THOS.J. CLACK
will continue to carry on the Grocery and Commission, Re-
cemnganax-orwarmug business at me Old staua.
P. G.S.PERKINS.
jin!2 THOMAS J. CLACK.
Having sold mr entire interest in the firm of Pzaxiss A
L.LXCK to jir. it J, vuxat, my lata partner, 1 cordially re
commend him to the friends of the late firm, and respect
fully solicit for him a continuance of the patronage so libe
rally 0 eaiowea. j jsnixj P, U. S. PEKK.IN S.
medical:
DR. MORSE'S r
Health Kestorwd ana UTe Lnctbngsl bir '
For t-nturtes, Aldiel scleute ha. been naatUamuli
vejetabloand mineral klardCmi,lD,elrcB"r thilHSs
Should resbra tbe.lOitoraecmjti,-.u,,, JSJ
aud muscularyteDi,wiUioattliarawback ot7atoa2ti
prostration, which all stlmaUaU. toalcs, and nareaSSlSaf
heretnrore entailed. TbU somethtn- ha boon foond --MU-aTCgetabla
production, brought from Ui itailIau8tartao(!
Arab a thoSiouy.by thecolebrated Proreoorit.Mor.war
known as a distlugatshed member of tae leadlar i:lpUlla'
societies or the Old. World, and equally dUtlognlshstluks
phyaiclau, a cheuiist,and a traveler. The Juices of this herb,,
concentrated aud.cotablned with, other ,eet&ble medictaaif
extracts, artf'onv producing results heretolbra unheard: or,
in this oranyoUiercauntry. At Hut the properties attrHo
ted to Prof. MOKSK'S IN VIGOK.Vn.NG HL1XIK OR CO
DIAL wero deemed fabulous. The public often daeslr.I
could nt bliuv tbejluph- and sublime truth annoascsd
by the discoverer. nu lacis, unueniaoio tact alUwiedbv
witnesses of the highest class sod character, aro bow tri
niupbtur over all doubu. INCI.'KUUUTY IS OYKE-I
TIIKOW s,by a mitt of testimony which U perfacUy Irrf-
stsyaoitf.
Tha Elixir remedies, fa -all ases, the dep!oraM evHs
ufdng from a misuse or aba o ii .ho varloui organs Uca
make ut the wonderful nta ui c called man. It restore to
iwlt Tljor every dellla iu.uoii connected nilii that nyv
s.-u, compound apency ot matter and muid. ncasarjb
tut-rc-pioducUoBitthuriiaii life. Toporsouaof D)bIaSBB
F 11 1 - r I,.,,,. .1... 1.. .. t . t . , 1.1
" f " uc-m. iQllk u ,Ml jww.l. Ik I 1 C."IU I11CUUIU
as tha only means of communicating that enerjrr which Is
oerrssai) to lha proper rnjojuidittof all the natural apce
HUs. as well a tlMhiiftidr mental attrlbyu.1. lu bsiuiibl
ctfc'cts-arenuteuaOnedtntlthtirsexorto any are. The fee- ,
bl.clil.tboaillni; wife,thalUdcu,cruevated youth, thaorar
worn man ol business, thevlctlin Qrnpnnn. .ir.....i. o
Individual tuf.-rluic from geaeral debility, or from tbo
weaknessofaslnglanrxan.wiltallandlmmediatil and per- 1
maaent relief fidai tho unu of thisiunn.r..Kiu ...nn..t..
Tothose who haveia pridlsposiiiiutopa(al)slsitaillnrova
a couipleta ahd untUllop; saiegnard acaiait that terr'blo ml
aJy. fhere are many, perhaps, who have au trilled with.
llieir constitutions, that thev think- theruulres IkiaiiJu..
ro-chof mejicine. latnotceii thase dnmlr. Tt,. ru.i.
deals with dlsoasx as ItealsU, without reference to causes,
and will notouly reruovs th dUordr lulf, bat
Jtcuuilil the Jlroucii Constitution.
Thederanzeiupntsnf Ibestttrm. leaainr to ninu. Hi..
cases, anil tbo rorisa of nervous disease HuilT.ard sosbpm"
ous that It would rcuulre a column to eimmeraio thA m.ii.
dies for which thb preparation U a speclGc. A few, how
ever, day b enumerated, vix: oeuralfla, tic dolsraaux,
headache-, incipieiV paralysis, hysteria, palpiutioa of tha
heart, spiul aCCcliobs, mutcular debility, trmors, Sato.
loDCe, a pricking icnitlon la tho flesh, nnmbnrm. torrJdlti
of tlio liver, meoUiLddprestioa, wrakacs oftha will, iwU-
lioaoioii 10 uot, lAininessaiier exercise, Droxn Ieep and
teirifjlne dreams. Inability ta remain fu on plaeoorpo
tlnn, weakueis of tha procrealivs organs, sexual lacoiap
tencj, melancholy, monomania, Buor albus, sulking at tfcn
stomach, fontaltt Irregularities, a chronic tendency 10 mis
carriage, emaciation, and all complaint growing out of a
fre indulgence or the passions, and all barrenness that
does not proceed from organic cause bayond the reach of .
medicine. '
Whenever the organ ta be acted upou ard free bora maL 1
formation oratrlclural diseases It Is averred that y
Morse's. Invigorating KlUir.
will replace weaknesa with ttrength, incapacity wltk effleUs
cy. Irregularity with amfora aud natural activity, and this
uot only without hatird or reaction, but with a happy eSesl
ou tha general organization. 1V Hear in mind that H
maladies, wherever they begin, Onlsh wlih the nervbus ay,
ten, and that ths parallzation uf the nerves of motion arid
ensation I physical death. Bcarinmiidalso,that for ove
17 kind of nervous disease the Klixlr Cordial is the only to.
liable preparation known.
Cure of Wervou Disease..
No language cau convey an adequate Idea of the ImmedU
ateandalmostmlraculou chaage which It occasions ii the
diseased, debilitated and shattered nervous system, whether
broken down by excess, weak by nature, or Impaired by sick
ness, the unslrungand relaxtdorganlxatlonUatoocabracei
re.yivifled and built up. The mental and pbjslral (yratoms
of nervous disease vanish together under it Influence. Xor
is tho effoct temporary; ou the contrary, the relief 1 perma
nent, for the cordial proper-lie of tho niediciae reach the
ronsdtutlonitielf, and restore It to Its normal condition.
Well may the preparation be called Ihe
Alediciuul Wonder,
ofthe nineteenth century. It Is, as tha flrstsclentiae mania
lho world would have admitted, that miracle ot mediclsei
heretofore supposed to have no existance
A Stimulant that Entails iS'u Re-Action.
Ilsrorce Is neverexpandeJ, as Is the case with opium, alco
holic preparations, and all other excitant. The effect of
these Is brief, and it may welt be said of hint who takes them,
"The lust stale or that man Is knr than the first " But the
Elixir Is an exhllerant without aIuledrawback safe la It
operation, perpetual In Its happy luSuence upon the serves
themlud,and the entire organization; it wilt also remove de
pressions, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness,
dislikuof society, Incapacity for study or business.
Loss ol Jleutory,
Confusion, giddiness,rnsh of bloo.1 to the head, melancholy,
mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thought of Mirde
atrucUon.fear of lusanllj, hypochondriasis, djjpepiia gene
ral prostration, Irritability, nervousness, inability to sleep,
diseases Incident to females, decay ofthe propogstlng faae
tions,h)steria, mouoiuaniit. vague terrors, palpitation ofthe
heart, Impotenry, constipation, etc., etc., from Whatever
cause arising It Is, if there is any rellanro lobe placed oahui
uan testimony, absolutely infallible.
A ('rent Alciliciue tor Females,
The unparalleled riTocts of this great restorative. In al
complaints lucidout to females, mark a uew era la the an
nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulant have been In
vented tHonsands ot Invigorants concocted all purporting
lo bo specified iu the vartti diseases aud derangement t
which ihedelic&u formation or woman render her liable.
Tne result has heretofore beeu uniform. These nourarns
have Indeed. Imparled auiouieutary vivacity to the uerrea
system, a transient and delusive vigor to the masctee; Vat
this Sash of relief has been succeeded l y a depressloB and
prostration greater than bcforo,and thu end bastoo oftau
been utterly to paraly zu the recuperative po w e r of the r.en es
aud the vital organization, and dually to destroy the unaappy
patient Uutiu rr
.Horse's Iiitigonitiug Elixir.
Is presented as a pheuoiuenn In the materia medlea hlttterfo
unheard of a stimulant without a reaction.
The herb which forms its main Ingrudlent, has been ad
mitted by all the great medical and pnsrmacenlical instita
tionsof Europe to be In this respect sulgrneris. Llr. .Morte,
whosename is au undisputed authority la sciences, discov
ered Ihe production in Arabia, where hLi attention was exci
ted by the wonderfully Invigorating effect it pr Mjuced upon
the uatives. In fact tbo woadarful power of endurance, the)
exhaustless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both exes,ltif
their desert pilgriinagea, la attributable to the use of IhUll-l
talitingherb.
Au appeal Is mado to
Every Woman of Sense,
who sutlers foto weaL'nes, derangement, nerroafne, tre
mors, pain In the back, or any other disorder,wheUerpeca
liar tuber (ex, orcummouln both sexes loglte the lovlgoi
rating Cordial a trial.
Alarried I'ersons,
or ethers, will Bud this l ordi.l after lbey have used abotll
or two, thorough rcgeneratorof the )stem. la all direct
tiocs are to be louJ the happy parent of health j offspring
who would notbave been so, but for this extraordinary preps
aratinu. And It Is equally potent for the many disease Jot
which It ts recommended. Thousand of yoaug men have
been tenured by usiaglt, and uotin a single Instate ha It
failed to benefii thorn.
l'ersonsor I'ale Complexion,
creonsuinpliye habits, are restored by the use of abollleor
taro to bloom and vigor changing the skla from apale, l
low, sickly color, to a befculirul fli, lid coaipUilou.
To Hie .llisgmdcd,
TUeto sresomeof the aad ami melancholy effect produced
by earh Jlabits of youth, viz. weakness of the hack aad
limbs, paius lu tht head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation ot the heart, dyspepsit, nervous Irritabil
ity, derangement of the dlgc'lve functions, goner al dsbltUy,
symptoms of consumption, Ve.
Mentally, the fearful eaVcts ou the mind are much to be
dreaded. Loss of memory, coofislon of ideas, upressl(a of
spirits. evil fore-bodings, aversion to society, tvff dUlrnst,
love of iolltn Jo, timidity, Ac ..are touetha evils prodcaod
All thnsaCIicled
Jtcl'oro Coutcmpliiting 31arringe.
ahouU rellect that a sound uund and body are the laoslae,;
essarv requisites to promote connubial happiness; Indeed,
without these, the Journey through life becomes a weary pQ
grlmage,thepruspecthourlydarkensthe view: the mind he
comesahadowed with despair, and filled with the melancholy
reOrctloolhat the happiness ot another becomo blighted
with your own.
1'a rents nuil f.'unrdinn.
Are ofuin misled nlih respect to the cause aud sonreoi O
diseasesin thelrsoussnd wards. How ofieu do they ascribe
toalhercausesof wasting nf the frame, idiocy, madness, pal
citation of the bean, indigestion, derangement of the nr
youssyalum, cough aud symp'oms ladtIting consamptloo,
when the truth is, that they have boon iudnlgug In a perni
cious though allariiig practice, destructive Voti (o ralod
aud body.
Cutition,
Da. Moasa's timnoaavtxu CoanuL ha bean coaaUr
feltedby some unprincipled persons.
In future aU the geuuiue Cordial will have the proprietors
facsimile pasted over the cer k of each bottle, and the fol
lowing words-blown In the glass
"UK. MOKSK'S I.NVillOKATINO COKWAL,
C.U. KING, PnOPKlKTOK, S.Y.
JT7 Tho Cordial is put up highly concentrated, In plat
bottles.
Pxick 3 00 per bottle; two for S3 0O;sU fur $12 00.
C. II. KINO, PKOPBIKTDK,
li Broadway, New York.
Fold by Druggists throughout tha Unitsd Stale, Canada
and West Indie andalsoby -tV.f.rJIf.l V, accessor to
fartw right dt Armstrong, corner of 11 arket and Broad s.ret,
Naahville.Tenuessee. oct2-d w
XY. F. GRAY, SOLE AO EXT,
AGENTS FOR MORSE'S CORDIAL.
J. M. Zimennxn, Market st, Nashrill.
J. XV. Nelson, Jlurfreeshoro
A, M. Goodloe, W'oodbsirjr,
Jas. B.Stone. McMionrill.
IX-ery A Mjjors, Shclbyville.
- S!"
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THE Fortieth Edition, with One
Hundred Engravings (bowing.
Diseases and MalfprinatioiM of tbe
Human System in every shape and
form. To .which ia added a Treatise
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the highest importance) to married
people, or those contemplating marriage-
By WILLI Ail YOUNG. M.D.
it no lainer oe ashamed ta Dre-
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to his child. II may save him trom
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Cough, Pain in tbe Side, restless nights, nervous feowgs
and tbe whole train of Despectic sensations, and given up
it.'. 1 - A , ... . . ,llfa
ov uieir pumcian, oe anouier moment wnnouv uu-
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