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,1 ti x ii'i 'a r D T f " I'M e- O VOL. XXIV. : It jJSi -jilT NASHVILLE; TENN: TUESDAY, MARCH 28; n n . iiL.iyMM I J, I ,. 1 - " ' - .S'LIUl 2 : 's :i - 1 - . 1 111 j " - ' r.,- ' Tars i-r 1 UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Xo. II, DEADERICIC STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICANOS furnished lo subscribers at Ihe following rates: Singls copies, one I car in advance. $2 50; within the year i-S 00; at Iheend ' of the year $i 60. Cuuw Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for onoyoax. Clubs of subscribers will Tie re- ' ceived for six months at the foregoing rates. ho TRI-WEEKLY in published every Tuesday Thursday &nd Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if niApia advance, $fl. DAILY j'g published at Eight Dollars. Br THE MONEY T .LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSQRIPTIOS ijSi Remittances of subscriptions mar bo taade by mail at our ri.-Jc j tper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied villi the cash. . GEORGE . COOK, AII0EK2Y ATIiWAllD XA2TD AGES-!. neco iijasc, Texas. "YTETILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi Y V gallon and perfecting ot land titles in Texas nKFEnKSCK3. lion. 0 W. 0. Torrox, Hon. N'ahuk Gtsct, ' It O. M'KHCtBT, " It. It. ItlDLKT, JL L. Uincnuss, Aca Cabcthus, John Ii. Besex, Governor W. B. Cxunru, uutpll twly "HA1 SNOW THYSELF.' An InvnJuahtt Bool: for 25 wit. "Every Family should have a Copy" rnt..vri i'liuuSA.MJUopiessouiiniefis jefefff 1' than f mfhth A roti million rflvisd f iJl und improved, just issued. I)r. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HANI) HOOK for the AKFL1GTED containing an outline of the onmb. nroirress. treatment and cure of ercry lorm of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter nurse, by self abuse or by nexual excess, with advice lor netrprevenuon, written in a familiar Myle, avoiding au medical technicalities, und evervthimr that would offend the ear of decency, from the result id some twenty years success- iii practice, exclusively devoted to vie cure ot diseases ol a dehc&lo or private nature To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis- r-nro, anu irv-ausu ua luecauses, symptoms ana cure ui me fever and Ague. Testisoxt op the Pnop. of Obstetrics is Pexx.Col- wb, 1'mLiDCj-nrA. 1)U. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAX. Li AL. Die author of this work unlike the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, n a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United .States. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful mid experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity hey may place tlio greatest confidence. JOSEPH 1.0XGSHORE. M. D. Fhom A. "VYoonwARD, M. D op Peer. CxivEnsrrr, Phil, aoklmua. It given me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Xumcrous cises of liscii-es of the Genital Organs, ome of them of long taudiug, have come under my an tice, in which his rkill has been roimifest in reitoiing toper ect health, in tome instances where the patient has been cohsidered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal WealLuess,'or disarrangement of the lunctions,produced . y, self abuse or excess ol" veneir, I do not know his supe ior in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice i .him, us nell us a loudness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, iu whose pro. essioual skill and integrit v, they may safely confide them helves. ' AI.F. WOODWARD, M.D- "Tliis ii, without exception, the most comprehensive and ntelligible work published oil the class of diseases which treau. Avoidinall technical terms, it addresses itself o the reason of iU readers. It is free from all objectiona , le matter, aud no parent, however fastidious, o o placing it in the hands of his sons. The author has do voted liuuyyearstothetreatmentot'the various complaints icated of, and "with too little breath to puiT and 'too lit e presumption to impose,' he has offered to the world at he merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some wenty j ears most successful practice" lttrald. "No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge reported in this invaluable work. It would save jears of pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their harge." I'enplt't AJcocatr. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun er's Medical Mauual, says "Thousands upon thousands of our you tli, by evil example and inllucnce of the passions, have been led iiito the liabil of telf-polhttion without realii ug the sin and fearful consequences ujn themelves and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are raising amities have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the ouse or the cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and inliuer.ee 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. Jiiteaijieraiice (or the use of intoxi cating dnnks,) though it hai sJain thousands upon thous ands, is not a jre.ter scourge to the human race. Accept my tiauks on behalf of ihe afflicted, and, your co-worker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (fecurely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ot postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copies lbril. Addies (post paid,) COSDEN'ACO., Publishers, Uox 1S-C, Philada. Uooksellers, Canvassers and iJook Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. " septal ly JOHNSON & WEAVER, no. 29 & 31, sonn m.uiket siRErr,NA.snviLi.r, texk., GENERAL COSISIISSION, RECEIVING, AND roitu akuim; .iikkciiants. And Itpccivcrsnml Dealers in Cotton, Keepsou hand a full supply of GROCERIES, RAGGING, KOl'i; Ac; AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe nl cash advanceson thei-amefor (.hipment. iSasliville, Oct. 6.1853 w?tw AGUE AISD FEVER. OR CHILLS AND FE VER CUliKu KV SMlTtl'ri TOXIC SYRUF. This Justly celebrated Medicine has for many years maintained ltssuperiortty over all other remedies, lor Ihe safe, certain, speeuy, and permanent euro of Ague and Fever, or Chills aud Foi er, whetaer of short or long standing; and in no case will It fail to cure,iflhedirectlousare strictly followed and carried out. This remedy has been extensively used throughout the Slates of Kemucty Teuncee. Ohio, Indians, Pennsj'ra lila, Michlgiu, I ja, tViaeoasin, Illinois, Missouri, Texas, t Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Iulslaoa; and has per ' inanentl) curcdover rivi iirotDTnoc4iD cases, in all lis varied forma, mauy of which had been of from one to three yeara' ala:i Sin g, and had resisted all the usual reme dies known In the country! and in uo case did this Medicine tail where tha directions were properly followed. Such Is its invariable sucre, iu.it a lare number of respectable Prsctitionorsof Med.clue, in various parts of the country, iio and proscribe 11 In prulerenco to quinine andall other remedies. ... , 'Ihe public are assured that It Is not only certain in its ef- . ects as a t'onlc, bir being composed ontlrely of vegetable I medicines, is perfectly luuncent in allcasesor circum- 1 stances, aud m iv bo siven to females, infants, and all per- , aonsof debiliuirj and deli.alrt constitutions, without the ' least fear whatever t any unpleasant effect. ' This .Mediclnn is Ci inpujod of arlli les of the prlmest and 1 purest quality an J isaiwajs made by the proprietor Id per- ' on, after the e-tabtined lorra or pharmacy (which cannot be paid of Iho many Tonus now flooding tho We-tern and ffouthwes'-crn oonnir)) and In this respect alone Is rendered , greatly superior to tho r.'niejles usually prepared and sold In tho country. , , lly lis aperient anH powerful diaphoretic properties, ad 1 sled to lis t'onic qnalilios, It Is reuJered eminently superior I so quinine aud s'lhwr remedies as a general and popular Tonic In all cases balevcr, whero Tonics are proper to be udmlnlslered. 'llie pioprletor, Ihereiore, rcipect-ully In- 1 vltes practitioticra Mid the public generall) to give it but a , lair trial, and thes wilt then be convince t of its grest supe riorlty ovorail o'lher remedies now In use for the purpose aptcitiwd. Ptrsoaslivh g in dirlriets of country subject to Ague and , Fecr, hlll and Fer,or llillous Fevers, would do well to keen a sapply orthl valuable remedy alwajs on hand. 'llie propri.-lor has no in ins possession thoueandsof ccr. , tlUcates oflls value, given by pjrsons who have used it. ssllh lumy letters trom inerchi.n'.s ho have sold It largely in . thslr country, as oll as from many respecUb o Prjctioners who have ue.l It In proferem e to other remedies, at esllng ) lla value. J- 1 - IlKOMGOObK, Xo I2. C'olljge street, Wholesale aud Retail Agent, Xash ' .la.lft .IX Irl villi, Tonn. Tltli'FlI IS.MIt. I5TY AND WILL PREVAIL. HUTCHISONS CELEBRATED OlnTELhJsr, IS the nioHt cnectu.il rcinedv fur Piles, Sore or Caked Breast, Cut. Brutss, &, r.""- extant. This mcdi i:inenpr;pirci with greatcirc, and never fails to give re lief when properlv administered. Remember It Cures Piles- speedily. It Cures Sores or Caked Breast -immediately. It Cures Cuts, Bruises or Sores on man or horse. Tl.uatlhcteJ are invited to gitt it atrial. If it dees not accomplish what ne claim for it, then pronounce it a hum bug and demand w nu ney. The proprietor lia m his posesi:,on any number of cer tificates from tho iivt citizen's of A irginia and other State; hcveril of winch aoco'iip.mv eaih box. We give the fol lowing from the Micntt v( Hottetouit county, Virginia Mr. Pitzei : I'intsttlk, Dec. 21, IpSS. Me. IllTCtiunx fW,' Sir 1 had been au almost con-mtBufli-'rertrom Mies for ten sir tuelve years previous to tho time 1 heard of your ointment. 1 have given it a fair trial, and for tho last two tears have had no svmplrnis of the disease, and cousidcnnvself entirely cured. 1 think it duetovouUi make this statement, anil to the publio at large, thst your invaluable ointment should be moie gen erally known. Yours respectfully, R. 1'ITZER. sjoVl wholesJeand retail, by jq q febll V4-Cmd4lriw Agent, College street. Prcpaicd bv W. Hutchison, A Co., AutsteuUni, A a. EPSILON, THE BEST SON OF OLD PAClFC.the broth er of fiamna,naJUiL Sire of Corset, Iha ,.nd Vnltaiir. mid Selim, will stand the ensu- LLO-. ng season, at my stable, at f 25. The cash will be rc before the remo . al of the property. Marcs kept at t required o cents '"ePSI LON is nearly sixteen hands high, a rich bay, and .r -i i.-,,s;rl ml nerfect horses ever seen. Hut .? "r : i.o i.v. ln trained: four of that number "v.7n:r,vlle.it racers. What horse in Ameri- .Inn better? His pedigree is equal t. any in the United Slates. No responsibility for 'denU or scapes. Feb. 17 y.twSm. M.n. HARHIMi. I oir.jitv IIVK HU.Mltl-.L AiAxxj'a peacock Plough,, Nos. 1 and2. for saje bv MEDICINE. r K TJENRY'S INVIGORATING 'cb'nbrAt1 JUL PURELY" TEGETA1JLE IS 1 la UUMr usi nu.. This invaluable Cardial, Is extracted from Herbtand Kopts, which hare been found after j ears fexpertenco,bvUieinot SlUful Physicians, In be posiesed ot qualities most' bene ficial in the diseases for which Uis recommend d end hence whilst It Is presented to the publio as an efficacious reueil,. It ii also known to be of that character bntvhlch' reliance tnty be placed as lo Its safctv. In cases o! Impotcncy; Ho. morrhsges, Disordered .Slertlllty.Menstrusllon, or Suppres sion of toe Menses, Flour Aibns or U bites, orfor Debility, , , . - arising from anycausa, sach' as veaknes from 'slcsnessf where fas patient has been. confined to bodifot sonie time, for Females after conSnemnt, Abortion or Miscarriage, this. Cordial cannot be excelled In lis salh'tafyTeCWctstdf In Intifbt .Muscular Energy, Irritability, Physical Piosti allon, lumi nal Weakness. falnltation oftho. Ueart,-lndleesllon..81agr, eiihness, Decay of the Proeroallve Fanctlonl," Nervonshess; dec, where a tosic Medicine Is (required, it wilt be,2SH. equal, if not superior to any Compound over usedt To I'emnlcs. Henry's InTljoratlng Cordial.'ii'ori6rthea"rsV?vataabl Medicines In the many Complaints to which Females are subject It assists nature to brae the whole system, check ex-a. and rrAAtes ronAwed health and hamtiness. Less suffering, dlseiso and unhsppinesi among Jadtes would cx, 1st, were they generally to adopt the use onhls UordKl. Ladies who are debilitated bv those obslruetionswhlclrfe-- males are liable to, are restored by the use of aboillerlwo, lo oioom ana lo vior. Young Men: That solitary praetlce.jo ratal to iheexi.stypce of man and It la ih. tnnnvvhn arA innt art! In bocOinb ltd Tlcllms, front an Ignorance of the danger to whicJi.thoy'sabjett themselves; cauies . . . t Nenons Debilitr. - Weaknossof the System, and i'remature Decay., .Many of you may cow be lucre ring, misled as to the cause or source ordbease. To those, then, who by excess have brought on themselves Premature ImpoieDcy, Involuntary f-einlDal Kmltslons, Weakness andbhrlvelllngof the Genital Organs; ervtiai Affection, oranv otberconseauencesot anrestraln- ed Indulgence of the sensual passions, occasioning the ne cessity of renouncing the fellcitles'of iUarriage, lessening both mental and bodily opacity. Hold! Henry's Invigorating Cordial, a Medicine that Is purely Vegetable, will uld nature to restore those important functluni'toa healthy state, an i willprove of service lo you. It posse'ses rare virtues, Is a general remover of .disease, and strength oner of thesjstem. As a Tonic Medicine, It Is unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial on a "Tooling with oaack medicines, and. as Is cuttoniary, append a Ions lUt of Recommendations, Certificates, &c, beginning with "Hear what the Preacher says," aadsuch like; It Is not nec essary, for '"Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only needs a trial to prove that ltwlll accomplish all we sav. The Genuine "IIenry'9 lnrig'omting Cordial," Is dui uoluSoz Pannel Hottles.aud ts easily recocnlr.cd b the Mauufacturer'a signature on the label of eacli IJouIe, (to eounterlelt which isforgory,) as well as the naaie blownin the glass. llr Boiaror Si per come; mx ior ?a giuperuozen. Prepared only by t. E.COHKN, No.3 Franslin Kow, Vino street, below kighth, Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all OK. DKKSraustbe addressed. For sale by all respectable Dru- gljls and Merchants throughout the country. For sale at the Patent Medicine Depot, No. 12 College St., by J. 1. Drom zoo'.o M Co, wholesale Agent for the Male, and only agent in Nashville uecil oni uaaw. STRONG HOPE FOR ALL RHEUMATIC PATIEXTSJ WITHOUT the least shadow of, doubt, the Chinese Ithcumntic Antidote, is the only reliable reme dvb'forelhn public, for the immediate and' Tier.mar.eiu r... lie! of long landing cases nf Chronic Khciimnlisin. evere anJexcrue iallnir curalzlc t'alus. Iiindiieasj.Ront. all contracted and dlalorted I.Smoj, I'arulyjij, wastlug ai.J decay of the muscle., swelled and enlarged Joints, painful swelling!, acute Klienmati'm. He Doloreux. Crauim un.l .Spasnir, &c.,ice. This medicine Is truly the King of Khcuuiatism, and from the rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction which Is daily dven by it. its aatoalshlnsr effect! cannot h doubled. Severe Neuralcic Pains resn-edlly removed by a few applications of this 'won. derlul combination. The cldaud toung need have no fear f perfect restoration. Dead Palsy completely cured In an Incredible (borttirne. brthe use of this external application. No one need doubt ft, for one single hottlo will never fail to give coulpleteand unbound ed satisfaction. ' ' Contracted and Still' Joints are perfectly relaxed and restored lo their natural life and activity, by Us use. Persons in High Life who, from prejudice, or other rauies, are unwilling to re sort lo a medicine which is brought to notice by being ad vertli3d, permlllluglhemselvea to suffer and writhe under agonlsinganu excruciating rains oi nueumausin anuuu ralzla. would feel lubtly proud, alter ruhbiu: their limbs and Joints with one bottle of this Kxternal Kemedy. Loss of .lluscular Power, wasting and decay of the muscles, nuinbuess, weak back, painful Joints, are all speedily cured by the use of thlsmedl ctno. We respectfully Invito the citizens of Xashville and vicin ity, who are affected with any form of ltheumailini.Droiher diseases above enumerated, to call on our agent and procure a pa nphlet and a bottle of our mediiine, aud we confidently promise you sa'Ufactlon. - - nmw. A.S.YoUAlTCi CO., Proprietors, Maiden Ijme.K.V., to whom all orders should be addressed .Forsalein Aashville by J. P: UKOMGOOLK & CO. Solo Wholesale and Retail Agout. For sale in Franklin, by F. S. WOLDIIIDCK, Jinrtreesooro' ny j. w. ir.ijn.-. it ii u Faieitevllle. McELROY & McKIXSEV", tsl.VGbrnOX dcSOX, J. 11. STOXE. i .1 ii aducah, Kv., by ii ii ii McMInnvIlle,by mart 5t d&trw ENTIRELY NEW! DR. DROMGOOLE CU, has just jeceived atNo. 12, College sL, Nahville, a new and complete assortment or Pamlly -Medicines, Perfumes,. Toilet and Family Soapi, bhoulder Braces, Supporters,&c., which he olljrs to the trado. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at prices warranted to salt the times. 1 he loiiowing comprises a pari oi nis mock, viz: ISO doz Mustang Liniment, 43 do Extra Toilet Soaps, SS do William's Wood Xantha. -to uo rainuy aoapa, Hal do Common Cukes, 74 do Rualetou, Clatk & Co'a. Cod Liver Oil. GO do Lynn's Kathalrou, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Farrell's Arabian Liniment, Houck's Panacea, Graj'sOinln-ent, House's .Medicines, Dr. D. Jayno's .Medicines. Moffjll's and Rrandreth's Pills. Arnold's and Houses Pills, Smith's and Socle's do, Wright'i and Cook's do, Jayue'tfand Peters' do, Carter's Spanish .Mixture, Uroan'a Antl-llachaualiau, Elixir for Sniomperauee, Urbau's Aidi-Dji-peplic Ex celsior, ladles', Children's & Rents, Shoulder llraces, Hebrew Plaster, Houghton's Pepsin, Maruaise's Ulerine Catboll ron. Smith's Tonic ''ynip, Graeffenbrg Alediciues, K3 do Ayer's Cherry Pecto ral, do Chinese Rheumatic Antidote, do WlUiam'sSarsparilla do Henry's Invigerat Cordial. 12 4d do Morse's Invlgorat-j Ing Cordial 24 4S 120 500 100 100 50 00 do Hooplaud's G rman man iiutera, do Bull's Sarsaparilla, do Dromgoole'a Female miters, do McLane'sd: Fahnes stock's Vermifuge, do Fino and common Cologt.es assort, do Hair Pomatums, do do (jU.i. do Assorted Extracts for the handkerchief. do Transparent Wash Halls, do Transparent Cakea, do Sapsuaceous Com pouud, do Fine Honoy Soap, ii 30 24 CITIZENS OF NASHVILLE who need any attic'.a in our lino, would do well to call and examine, as the stock Is fresh an J complete, anl the prices aud quality of each article In the Houce, will give comp ete satisiuctlon. For such articles as you have to purchase, which we have for sale, it la to be hoped that you will give in a call, as this Is the riRfT .mdoNLV House of tho kind over established in the State. Country Druggists and .Merchants can purchase atlois House, many articles at much lets prices than they haveeserbought. Will you give us a call or an or Jer. Y- u cau find us at Xo. 12, College at., Xashvilte, East ride. mart ,54 J. P. DKOMGOOLK & CO. J. II. JIIARCIIISl'S C E lei; RATE 1) CATH0LIC0N, for the relief and euro of suffering Females. It stands pre eminent for Its curative powers In all diseases for which It is recommended, ailed Female Complaints. Of these ro Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling or the i Womb; Flour Albus, or ' Whites; Chronic InBtm matlon and Ulceration of I Ihe Womb; Incidental He morrhage, or F'londlnir: Painful, Suppressed, and I Irregular .Menstruation, Ac, with accompanying ' evils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how severe orof 1 hou lone; sianalnar. I fcjThe Catholicou far sur passes oilier remei lea, iu belnp: more certain, less a xnoaslve. andleavimr th fjotoio in a better rondillnn Let all inleresiud in wuch a romndy call ana obtain a pamphlet (tree) containing ample proof, "iron hlchly rosneciable sources, of th happy ri suits ol its use, tngeihisr with letters from flrst-class oxierieiiced phvslclans, tiohaaused tt Inlheir practice, and speak from thelrown onyorvations. KsraRX-tns. r ii. ivcunam, iu. u., uun,.i. l.. u. Fleiuing, M. II., rauan.laiciia, X. V., M. Ii. Hills, M. D., Rochester, X. V., 1) Y. Footp.M. 1 , Syracuse, X. V., Prof. Dunbar, -M. D., llaltimore, -Md , J. V. Orrlct. M. I)., Balti more, Mil., W. W. Keese, M. IL.Xew Vorfe City, W. Pres- colt, M. 11 , CouoorJ, X. li.,J.r. ."Newiand, .vi. ii., uiica, Viinphlets had gratis at J. P. HROKonotr d. Co.'s Patent .Mediclue House, College street. Wholesale and Ketal Agwn Xashvllle, Tennessee. ALSO. Kor sale b Ha. F. S. V. .upRinni, Franklin, Ijium A. KrKi.j, S ringtleld, JiMksT IU!iv, Oallatin, Cook C Owes, Lfbai.on, Csn: kkt Al Riddlx, .Murfroeaboro'. LtUer tilriutl tt JIUs'rs. Vetch nroirieii,J)gtnU ct Ji-ccberrt C. ., . C, y R". C. S. lltrd; bf tune State OirNN Srsiso, Jan.9lh, Is53. Messrs. llitrn CV Bsnwxo-r Sirs: I s?nd lor auothe bottle of your -Marchisi's Uterm Uathollcon." iiy tvlfe haa been afflicted for tlevcu jiurs.anda variety of means has been retried lo f.ir relief, bul uouo was obtained until 1 receited this meJIcine lrom )ou. Its influence seems al most na;ical: there was, a manilost improvement r.om the day It was Ueu. , . As there are a great many females In eurconntry laboring under the affliction for which jonr medicine proposes a remedy, I feol It a dutv to recommend It to all such. (Sl-noJ,) " CtocauS. Beird. TT7 J. B. MAKCH1SI St CO., Proprlclors, Central De pot, 301 Broadway, X. Y. nov2l. W, F. (5 RAY, Agent. T3IPORTANT TO HOUSE KEEPERS. The X cheapest aud best SOAP in ine worm, i nanmsi re ceived luO cases of Potash in powder for making hard 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 cheap br W. F. GRAY,. jan22 '54 Cornerof Broad and Marketsls.- TliST received !450 gross No. 1 .MATCHES in' wood J boxes. IJan22 W. F. ORAY,-Broadway. MEDICAI;. . . 'JEW DAVID'S HEBEEW MASTER. THE great Remedy for.Bh'eumatismjGout, pain In the.SicV Hip, 15ack,,Limhs. and joints,' Scrofula,. King's ,Eti1 White SwellmFS-Uard- Tumors. JstiC Joints, and all fixed paihs'.whalere'r. TVhe're thtsTlasterli applied Pain 'cannot xuru, - - -- -" A. gentlemanin ihe South of Europe add Palestine,, itt X30o,oiearu BO uiuuu saiu iu (uio luiiv plains au auiui w JEW DAVIDSPEASTER. and of thtftas he considered! miraculous cures it had performed, that ne was induced trf '. .... i. . : r - t.. 1 1 ' - Air-r' .U UU U1S,UWU 10rtt.JUUUg fcWUTHMVWHl, Uie,rtmoTal of which ha'dbeen'the chief 'object Of hlsjoo shoulders, aiid one over the region of the liver. In the1 mean time he drank freely bf "an herb tea of laxative qual iiles. JXe soon found his health improving, and in a few; weeas uis cougn leu miu: uie Baiiovuca i uia biu uisap- - i . ? ' , i . : , ( i.i. i pcaiea, uis pain.waa reuiu eu, uu ma ucoiui ucwun per manentlfiremstated. 'The following ia from Mr, Worstell, editor of th llas- Eimon uazeue "GKNttiJticrl-Dunne last winter and sorinir. I was no ; troubled with a pain in my breast as to 'render 'mo unfit i lor me uuues oi my omce ; and beanng"your JEW DA VID'S or HEBREW PLASTER' highly recommeuded for similar cases, 1 was induced to give it a trial. I had 'worn &-ilaster urxin mv hreast but a sh.irt timn. vhpn nil -r.tiin left me, and 'twas enabled.ngain to engage in the, labors of the office.' I would also state, that my sister," residing 'in (.,l:;il. .u.- c..... i. u i c. . L.1! M I i'c in ,mu ouue, ujut inxijcu uiuui ucueui irom tu use. I .ours, truly, , JOHN P; -WORSTELL." Massillon. November 12. 1S43. It has been very beoeScial in cases of Weakness, such asl'ain and Weakness in, the stomach, Weat Limbs, Lame- ncsa, Anecnon oi uie spine, female tveaxness, Sc. Xo female, subject to. pam or weakness in the back or sides, should be without it. Married ladies in delicate situations find great relief frpm constantly, wearing this plaster. The application of ihe Plaster bemeen the shoulders has Been louuu a certain remedy lor Colds, Coughs, Pbimsic, and Lung Atfectioris,' in their primary stages, it destroys inflammation by perspiration. Beware of counterfeits and base imiiationsl 4 CAUTION'. The subacribera are the only General Agents in the. Southern States for the sale of this truly valuable plaster; and in order to prevent purchasers being imposed upon, by a counterfeit article, soldi in this city and else where, lor the genuine, they invite particular attention to the following Mauss ox thi: Gksci.sk : 1st Tut genuine U mit uo in smooth, enaint turned lot. turned boxes, not soldered in. ' 2ATktoenuinehathee7iararedadof.Tfii! David on th direction around ths toxvith accompanying record of iXiiutt to A'., Taylor, Jlochttfer. SUUWLi JlliAD, , .111 Chartres street, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agentsfor the Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold also, Wholesale and Retail by , EERRV A DEMOVAL. EWIN BROTHERS, W. F. GRAY, . J. M. ZIMMERMAN. janl2.-dtw.tw Agents. PH1X0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND. For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, "MiscaiTiage or Abortion, and the relief of all those " "Sympathetic Jfervnas Atl'ections attendant on Pregnancy. Much of the suflering attendant upon the lives of females at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence or neglect during some critical period of their peculiar sea sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, ic which either hurry them to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age wben the bud was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist nature at that eventful period. TRY THE PU1LOTOKEN. It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can perioral. Sdldby SjCOVIL & MEAD,' 111 Chartres street. New Orleans. General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom all orders must be addressed. jan 1 2-ly dtwAw. WAR! WAR!! WITH THE OLD SYSTE3I OF BUILDING HOUSES. aTiTiTTfTlT IIIIIIIIIII lllllllllll IIIIIIIIIII snrsirsTnTsSs: imiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiniiiii iiiiiiiimiiiii JLIHIHilHllllllllllHII ami & Builders' Warerooms & LumLer Yard, NO. 305, WEST FRONT STREET,' CINCINNATI, OHIO. THIS extensive building 60 by 2-W feet, and six stories high, with Machinery for manufacturing Panell doors, Sash, Veuitian and Panell Shutters, Door and Window Frames, Mantels, Ease, Pilasters, Moulding, Weather Boards, White and Yellow Pine Floorintr, and planed Boards for the inside finish of Stores, dwelling lIon?es, Churche.", Ac Farmers and others building can be supplied with Lum ber and Carpenter work ready made, for iiriclc or Frame Houses. Our work is not made as most factory work with tennons half-way through, but is framed in the same manner as it made by .hand,, and. warranted as good or better, as it is made from seasoned Lumber and tested in a drying house. Sash primed and glazed kept on hand. ISf Orders filled for boards and framing materials of ev ery description TERMS CASH. All orders left with II. T. Yealman, Nashville, Ten nessee, will be attended to, where a bill of Prices can be een. feb21 54 Iwdlmtw AFFLICTED READ! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 years ago by DR.K1XKELIN. Tbeoldest, surest and Ibest hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin, and soliUry habits of youth, is DR. K1NKELIN, N. W. coiner of Third and Uuion streets, between Spruce and Pine, one and a Halt o,uares tmm the Lxchange, Philadelphia. Take Particular Notice. There is a habit which boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, nud which, if not abandoned in due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and devastating iiOections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they und the nervous sj stem is shattered, feel strange and unac countable feelings, vague fears in the mind. The individual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed vig or, or to apply Lis mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, be is dull aud irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eves without natural lustre, hhamefacedness is apparent. iliae are evmnlonis irficA tltould ttwaken Vie attention ot Vu i limilarly afflicted. If the victim be corucbus of the cause of hisdscay, and i having relinquished the odious practice, he sufi'prs under i those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame 1 him, producing mental and physical prostration. If he emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, ' andGutor matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and bis e.in.-iij fall lii m fit it Ihu lo ra HCivl Tit Vitfl ali.1 K- r-illiAJ hearts, aud'eure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal I delusion, and how many a promisingyoutb, who might have ' bean an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! ' Young Men I Let no false modesty deter you from I makingyourcascknown to one who, from education and re 1 spectabi'lity, can alone befriend you. He who places himsell I under DR. KINKELIN'Streatment,mayreligiouslyconfide his honor as a srntlcman, and in whose bosom will be for I ever locked the secret of tho patient. Country invalid. nuaing it inconvenient to mane personal application, can, by staling their case explicitly, to getherwith all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid,) have lorwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.' medicines, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of ihe urciha, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters poet paid. A remittance of 2." cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. septl wly BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. ONFJIOAT, XSAR BROAD Si'UEET, THE Subscriber respectfully returns his thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits acontinuance ot patronage in the above line, also COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings. PodaFounts. Generators. Ale Pumps, and Pumpsof eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. CiLh will be paid at all times for old copper and brass. june22 ly . B. COLE. TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!! . TO JUST received from a regular importer of TEAS in Phil adtlphia, 500 lbs Imperial and Gun Powder Teas; 100 " do; Fr jsh and ofa superior quality for sale by febl it. F. BELL College st. MLOIUAL SOCIETY OF TENNESSEE. The Medical Society of the State of Tennessee will hold its next Annual Meeting at Nashville, on the first Wednesday in April next. Afu'l and interesting meeting is anticipat ed. FELIX ROBERTSON, "M.'LV. President. riUJl OVER-SIIOES. We have received a lew XJC more cases of Gum Over-Shoes latest styles for La- dies and Gentlemen. RAMAGE A CHURCH. fel22 No. 42, College st ON AND AYTER SL'NOAVNEXT, MARCH ith. tho Passeoirer Train will leave Nashville at.8 o' clock. A. M.. (instead of 5. as al present), and arrive at Chattanooga at 5 P, M. Returning, leave Chattanooga nt 1 I . M., and amre at Xashville at 10 P. M. Accommodation Tfin will leave Wart race at 15.80 A. M Arrive at Nashville at lO.lfw Returning, leave Nashville ib pjm. Arrive -lit wartracaal 6.40, aauy, lauuusy ex cented.1 ' fmar8 '54.1 JLJ TRACT OF SARSPARILLA AND IODIDE OP Pu- TAbKA. In preiJnnng to tie rotlce and aeceptanca ot the Medical Profisjon and of Ihe Public generally the abive prr-paratlo'rr,,'tbe'srib4erlb6rd-)e8 not Sek'the benefltofr. Patent risrhtlD enhancd the' vnlne of ols article: nor d.VMl h M wish to conceal from any, thekno.wledgeoritsingrtedIenb!, in oruer to gain puoiiccn.tence anuiavor. lie would sim- ply slate, that as an AnollicCarr. he has been for, v'eafa In thehabltbfpreparng, under.tho directions of gentlemen of eminence In the medical proresilon, bjlh In Kn:uckyand Tennessee, theabove Compound. Familiar lththbest ciciaooa oi oupiacement, aim wnmneaavaniaces oi a large and powerful apparatus, he has sought to combine together the tried 'and known virtues of various articles of the Mate. rla Mcd'cain such proportion, and In sncb cheap anddura-j uio.iorra.as toturnisaa remeoyor certain ana vionueriui efficacy, attested by long experience, no. far every disease jicsa la upir o, iiui lor a large Class, a naiuerouapro geny hatowe their origin and paren'age to a strumous Ilia thsslsor Scrofulons'talntln tha Coiistltuiinn and In'the blood. such as White !5welltn; Chronic Ulcers of long ttaudiig, Obstinate Tett?r, King Worms, Soro E)es, Scald Head.Sy- pqiimc unorders ana oiner uieeasesorthe sun and uioou that reslstthe usual treatment. He can substxntlate by the very best of cv. donee here In onrCity Its efficacy InXer- vousanubeneraluehluy, inalgeatlon or lilspep.-ia, inna- maiionoiioo uianeys. nneumtu.m, etc., &c. nil conn, dently recommended In Diseases Peculiar lo Females, sach as Leucorrhie or v biles. Suppressed Measirualio.i. Cbloro sis or Green Sickness.. Without enumerating further.he Is content' to atAte ac! from the result already before him, he maaesuieueciaratlon wun empaasls and In all truia,mat ha believes he Is offering lo the worlda reliable and certa'n remedy for thst formidable evll'or Kings and Klng'of evil, Ihe Scrofula. In all Its nrotean Shanes. whoiherconSned a- lone and manifested In the separate tissues of the body, or wne'iiern pervaaes tneeivtiro system. tne above raemcino can be obtained at the iirng Mores ot w. F GRAY, F.VV1X BUO'llIKRS. STKETCU & FLEJIIXO, II. a SCOVKL. J. G.BKOWX, BERRY & DKMOVIL, G. W. HENDERSIIOTT Oral the D.ipot,Xo.D3, Broadway, Xashvllle, Tonn., mai'.-j jmaccw a. r. hii,l.iaji3 TO THE PUBLIC RADWAY & CO., THE Inventors. Manufacturers and Proprietors of the iustlv celebrated R; 11. R. Remedies, were tho first to discover a Kemedy possessing the Marvelous and Mirraculons power of stopping the most Excruciating Pains in an instant, al- 1 7 n 1 t .., ! .1 : .. 1 , tne worst cramps aim obsuis, cm:r luicmui or ex ternal, in a few minutes, and soothing the mast severe Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 'and Tic Uoloreux, as soon as applied. The R. R. R. Remedies consist of three Remedies, each nossessine quick and wonderful pow ers orercertain complaints and diseases and will instantly DCf I1.-VTL . 1. - II uVstum Immmin REGULATE each Organ to Healthy Action. RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposites. RENOVATE the body from all Corrupt Humors. REBUILD the Weakand Broken Down Constitution. RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all unsound and worn out parts. R, R. R. XO. , Radway's Ready Relief, for a!l Acute Complaints, Internal or External. The moment it is ap plied externally, or taken into the system, it will stop the most excruciating pain and quickly remove its cause. RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Radway's Ready Relief reliercd him from pain in hfleen minutes, enabled him to walk two miles witnoutthe aid of stick cr crutch in three days, and cured him entirely iu one week. Thousands of other cases eouallv as wonderful as the above, have been cured by R. R. Relief. (JliULtltA yiUltuU'S. liadwav s Jteaay itenel will re ieve the sufferer from all pain in titteen or twenty minutes. It will cure the most depserate cases in afgw hours. NEURALGIA. The moment R. R. Relief is applied" it allays the most painful paroxysms. It will ahvavs cure. HICK HEADACHE. It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. AGUE In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Relie will stop the Chills and break the Fever. Aches of all kinds. Pains of all kinds. Bruises, Burns. Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness. One ap plication of Railway's Ready Relief will, in a few moments, entirely stop the pain. It reduces swellings, ne.iis sores, cms ana wounas, re moves bruics, alUv; tha most violent irritations. For all pains use R. R. ReluJ. Iook for the signature of Radway A Co. on each bottle. R. R. R. XO. 2. Radway s Itenovatmg Resolvent. Kesolves. Renovates. Hebuilds. It cures Scrofula. Tumors, Bleedin? ot tho l.unes. Syphilis, Consumption, Sores, Rickets, St. Vitus' Dance. Salt Rheum, Canker, Rash, Asthma, Isoies, Bronchitis, Fever Sores, Ulcers.. trvsipeias. Tetters, The above eighteen complaints n. ll. nesoivenl will posi tively cure. It renovates the system completely, Resolving away from the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free ing the Blood aud Fluids of Life from all corrupt humors, restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to every Orean and Member of the body. 0 1 .mMin.. I' II . . 1 1 lltniT I TTmTTrVT,TI,- JjrYl i.r.110 ritual xiiuru auiiiumt 1. lion. J. J. Middleton. of Waccamaw. S. C writes ns under date of May, 2d, 1853, that Radway's Renovating Re solvent cured one of bis negroes, on his plantation at Beau fort, ofa Scrofulous complaint, of many years' standing. The poor fellow was a disgusting object of pity; he was a moving mass of sores. The other negroes could not remain the same place with him. He was entirely cured bv Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now at work upon the plantation. To the people of S. C. Mr. Middleton Is well known, and to the political world Mr. Middleton is no stranger. nuivur UuA. v lien iue paneo uu unu uuiicicu lor five years, or under, favorable symptoms will appear on the TU1UD DAl atterusing 11 n. itesoivent: Ten years on the Fifth day. Fifteen years Twenty years Thirty years Forty yeais Seventh day, Tenth day, Fifteenth day, Twentieth day, J;illy years loirticn cuy. We have had cases where old men of sixty years, who have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rad way's Renovating Resolvent. R. R. Remedies exhibit their effiraOT immediately. Thev do not keep the afflicted pain- sti icken suflerer lingering in dpubt, but reaiiUy exhibit their eulcacy; inptanuy relieving pain, reuuiauiig, rcaiunug, it bti'ldinir, and regulating the diseased body, to health and strength. . . ,,- i, rM jTt..in. TiMi. r ria i.na.j.t. of May SO, 1853, write3 "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'at there was not a spot of pure Cesh ofthesixcof a silver dollar on her whole body, was entire ly cured byRadwav's Renovating Resolvent NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of Westford, Mass., has been covered with seres for nineteen years, and cured by R. R- Resolvent j VLT K11E.U31. i he most ousnnaie oases oi nan uneurn will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT. One gentleman whe suppo.-ed lhat this compUiut was he reditary in his family, und had been afllcted with Salt Rheum since his birth, was cured by the use ofa few bottles ofjthe renovating Rewlvent, and the poisonous Rheum en. tirely eradicated from his system. IT REGENERATES every organ and member of the body; it makes sound, healthy and along all weak, diseased aud unsound parts. WEAKNESS, in Maleor Female, is quickly cured, and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and healthy, lmpoteupo and Nocturnal Emisoioqs m rnenpOr diseases of either one or more of the generative organs, ai e quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and siund condition. LOW SPI1UTS NErYOUt.vL. in women, me nu merous complaiuU and ailments which cast such gloom over their spirits, a few doses ol the lienovivting Bewilvenl . . . ' ' 1.1 , .. f ! 1 I . Will qUICKly remove, anu me musi nuviinu, uiuumj uuuuc- depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy. Persons wishing this remedy will plca.se ask for Radway s Renovating Resolveut Its price is one dollar per bottle. Vn inall Imttles. nor is the eenuine ever sold for less. Eac'i bottle bears the fac simile signature of EADWAl & CO.,lli'J ruiion St. i R. R. R.,forsa,e by "f Wholesale Agent for Tenunessee. MANDF1ELDS A CO, Memphis. HUDGIN, W'EUS A JOHNSON, novlm Chattanooga. And Druggist and Merchants everywhere. NOTICE. IN obedience with an Interlocato'-y decree oi me woumy Court, of Fentress County, at the January Term ot 1854, 1 will offer for sale on the first Saturday in May next, iIia rnllAwinir Irupfa nf Innil srir; An undivided moietv ol 5000 acres oi ianu n uiainn No. 9, on the waters of Clear Fork, granted to John M. Clemens and N. W. Williams, grant No- 6399; also one tract lying on the waters or Crooned Creek, containing 50 acres and granted to J, M. CIemen, by grant ho. 209S";also all tho interest ofa tract of 190 acres on the waters of Rock Castle Creek, in district Xo. J, grant 4S. belonging to said Clemens; also 1000 acres on the waters of V hue Oas, ad- ioinine inetana ot inurmon s neirs, pram. -u. , QW acres oil v uue v;aa, grant o;ui; aw, --w waters of Rock Castle, grantNo. 6412; also, 100 on Mill on both sides of the Brewster tract, graU C407; also, 100 acras lying on the waters of Yellow Creek, grant o.C404; also,5uacres on the Clear Fork, grant No. 6410; also, 100 acres on the waters pf East Fork, grant No 6405; also, one tract of 1500 acres lying on the waters of Lock Castle, crantNo. 5465; also one tract of 1500 acres lying on the waters of Rock Castle, grant No.81S4; also, 245 acres on said Creek, grant No. 502 also, 5000; also. 200 lying on Koct Castle, also, 5000 acres lying on the waters ot Crooecl Creek, grant No. C418;also,5u00ncreson White Oak, grant No. 6iW, also, 200 acres on the waters of W lute Oak.grant No. 6400; also, 300 acres lying on Rock Castle asd Poplar Cove Creek. grant No. 610J; also, 200 acres on Mill Creek, grant No. 640S; also, 5000 acres lying on the waters ot Clear Fork and New River. grantNo. 6421; also, 200 acres lying onMill Creek, grant No. 6406; also, 5000 acres on the waters of East Fork, grant 'o.G122; also, 5000 acres on East Fork, grant No. 6 102; also. 5000 acres on the waters ot Ooidsand Wolf river, grantNo. 6111: also, 5000 acres on White Oak and Obids mcr. grant 6418; al0 ly ing on Clear Fork; grant, No, C416; also, 5000 acres lying on Crooked Creek and Clear Fork, grant No. oil ... All the above lands" lying in Fentress county, Tennessee, and all of said lands are known as the Clemen s land. The . -r ...i.. r.i.-M lamU re bound to bnnrrthe min- ium price which can be seen in the .County Clerk s oQice of aaid county, and one-fourth ot tne purcnase monies isio ue paid down and the remainder on the terms of one and two years, for which are required note and security, and m all cases a lien retained on the and until the parent of the purchase money. Kl T. HILDRETll, Dept Clerk. Jamestown,' rebl 5 54 SW j I KVIGORATISG CORDIAL, a.Phocomenon InIeilldne: I Health. Keatored and Life LengtheLed.bV r I ! DK. MOKSK's' INVlUOKATIXli httXIK OK" CORDIAL 1 For 'centuries, Mdlcal science hits btutti rnaclng the' vegetable and mineral tlncdMn. In h.r.,ii,i..v-. . j shonlJ. restoro tho loit or decaying energies f the nefvoua' u" musruiar sysienn, without the drawbaekitf subacwinest; i Prostration, which all stimulants, tonlea. snln'rrcti..rf ' ' heretoforeentaileiL That something has con.roiind. Itit n a vegetable prodnc'loli, brought rrom the sterile dcserU ol rab a the Stony, by the celebrated ProteMoca. Moras, well) t aa, a umuiguieaeu raemoer oi me lojuing aclantuc f societies of the Old World, and equally dlstingciahed as a ; concentrated and combined with other-vegetablo medicinal extracts, are now producing results, heretofore upheard of, I lnllltS nt UnVAlhur-uniifn. at ft.. I miiartTo. . II .1 V... ted.tol'rof.JIIORSK'S IXVlOOKATIXG hLIJCIK OK COK DIAL were deemed fabulous. Tht-publio often doeelved could not believe the simple and sublime truths announced by tho discoverer. But facts, undeniable fasu atteited.by witneeies.of the highest class and character, are now tn-uraphln- over all doubts. 1X0KEDULITY IS OVEtf THKOW.N.by a mass of testimony winch ta perfectly lrre sistsble. . The Uliiir remedies, iv ali sea, the deploraSle evils arising from a. misuse' or aba is if.he various organs which tne up the wonderful ma ul trailed man. It restores to 1III VlOr eVerV dAltCAtO m...tiftn "rnnnf'staA wltl, ih.r n, Uf ,ut compound agency of matter and" mind, necessary W la.-ro-product.oaofhumaulire". To l3rsoc4 of feeblemus- xamc, or uvuciuui iu vjiai power. It is recommenueu as the only means of coramnuicatingthat energy which Is iwii,wbj proper ciijoymenioi au the naturaL appe--Utes,as well as the higher mental attributes. Its beneficial effects are not confined to either in y or fo ',n n Thnfia. blegirl.the ailing wirs,thelfstles.eriievateci vcTuth .'tha over worn man ol business, tae victim of nervous depression, the inflict. Iiu1 ........ I .. r , i ..... . nuiu icutrui uepuuy, or irom tne weakness ol a single organ, will all Cndlmmedlate arid lier- manent relief from tho use ot this Incomparable renovator.: To those who have a predlapoiition to paralysis It will prove aeomplete and unfailing saiegoardagaluslthatterrlbleinal- 1 ' .M.i.Bi.iuwjj, poiuajiB, HUVBITS SO iriQCU WHO their conslitutiona, thai they think themselves bevdnd tha reach of medicine. Letnot rrun the' iljtv.ir Th i;iivi .... uus,,o iboauu, wi.aoureierence to causes, xtuomiu luc.jiroKcu uousutution. Tho derangement nl ih iv.t.m lo... (.... ... .... .11. eases, and the forms ofnervona disease Itself r Annmor. ous that It would require a column lo enumerate the malaf uieaiorwaicn mis preparation la a nee He..- A fnar hn. ever, may bo enumerated, vlx: neuralgia, tic dolereanx, headache, Incipient paral)sls, hysteria, palplUUon'oC the uiilriuuiisiiuui, muscuiar ueouity, iremosfi. flalu- lunli a ntlbtnv.ani.tln, I .. il , m . .1.' . . 1 .... leoce, a prlcklns sensation in tha Cejli.ni.mht,,.. l.i.iu. of tho liver, meotal depression, wrakoces of the wilKfndis poaitlon to move, faintnecs aflerexerelie, broken sleep and terrifying dreams, Inabillt) to remain in.oae plaeot posi tion, weakness or tha procreaUvo organs, aexual lneouipe tsney.melaneholv, monomania. Caor.albui. dnlinrit ha stomach, female itiegalarities, a chronic tendency to mis. uatiiAu, cuiaciabtuii, uuu an cuuip.ainLS r9Wln$r OUl of a froo Indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that does not proceed from organic causoa beyond, the reach of medicine. Whenever the orzans to beaded upon are free from mat. formation orstrlctural diseases H Is averred that JJorse's Itvicoralinr Elixir. will replace weatneis with streuglh, Incapacity with. eDcIen cy, Irregularity with uniform and natural activity, and this not only without hazard of reaction, but with a happy effect ou the general orzanixallon. if r Uear In mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, finish wllh the nervous sys tem, aud that the paraltzatlon of the nerves ot motion anJ sensation Is physical death. Bear in mlad also, that for eve. ry kind of nervous disease the Ktlxlr Cordial la the only re liable preparation known. Cure ofNerrons Diseases. No language can convey au adequate idea of the iratnedi. ateandalmostmiraculous ch.iujre which it occasions In the diseased, debilitated and chattered nervous system, whelher brokeadown by excess, weak byucture.or impaired by aiefc ncas,the cnalruneand rolaxedorganizatloalautoncebraced re-vlvIUed and built up. The mental and physical ayintoms or nervous disease vanish together under Us iuflaence. .or lathe cffo:t teinjHjrary; on the contrar),lheri'lial ,1s perma nent, ror the cordial properties of tho medicine reocb the constitution llsotr, and restore It to its norma.' coalition. Well may the preparation be calledthe iUcdiciual iVondrr. etthe nineteenth century. It U, as tie nut scientific man Iu the world would have admitted, lhat miracle or medicine ', heretoforo supposed to have no exlstance. A Stiuiulnnt that tails N o Rc-Action. Itaforco ia neverexpanded, us is the case with opium, alco holic preparations, and all other eicilanls. 'Ihe effect oi these is brier, and it may well be said orbim who lakes thera, "The last stale of lhat maais worse than Ibe first." Hut the Elixir la an exhl'.erunt without aslnleilrawbr.ct safe lulls operation, perpetual In lis happy lnnuenca upon the corves the rain J, and the entire organlzi'.ion; it wlllalsoiomove da. preaslons, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness, dislike ol society, incapacity for study or business. T.nssi nf Vpmnir. Confusion, giddiness, rush of blood to thehead, melancholy, mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thougula of telfde struction,rear onusaulty,hypochondriaak,dyapeiela gene ral prostration, irrilablliiy,norvousaes, Inabill y to sleep, diseases incident lo females, decay of ihe propojrailns func tions, listeria, monomania, vague terrors, paipltatIoi7of the heart, linpotency, constipatiou, etc., etc., from whatever cause arising II is, inhere Is any reliance to be placed on hu man testimony, absorute!y Infallible. A tJrent ."Vledicine forl'eniale, Tho unparalleled efiocls or this great restorative, in al complaints incident to females, mark: a now era in tha ar. uals ormeaicir.e. Ihousands of stimulants have been in vented thousands of luvlf oranla coucocled all purporting lobe apecinelln the various diseases and derancmouta'to which the delicate formation of woman render heritable. Tae result has beretotoro been uniform. These nostrums have Indeed imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervosa system, a transient and delusive vigor lo the muscles tot this flub, or relief has been succeeded ty a depression and prostration greater thau before, and the end has too oftou oeen utterly to paralyze the recuperative injwerof the nerves and the vital organization, and Uually to destroy tho unaappv patient. Butlu .Horse's Invigorating Elixir, ts presented as aphenomona in tho materia mcdica hitherto uuhearl of a stimulant without a reaction. r The herb which forma Its main ingredient, has been ad milted by all the great medical and pharmacentical lnstita tlonsof Europe to beln this respect cut generis. Dr. Morse, whose name is an undisputed authority in sciences, discov ered the production lu Arabia, wheru his attention was exci ted by the wonderfully Inv igorating effects Itpnducednpon the natives. In fid the wonderful power of endurance, the exhauslless vigor exhibited by the Arab, or both sexes, in their desert pilgrimages, Is attributable to the use of this vi talizing herb. An appeal is made to Every Woman of Sense, who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre mors, pains In the back.oranyotherdlsorJer, whether pecu liar toher sex, orcomaon In bolhsexea to givo the Invigo rating Cordial a trial. Married Penoiis, or others, will find this CordUl alter they have used a bo til or two,a thorough regenerator or the system. In all direc tions are lobe louni the happy parents of healthy olfspring, who would nothave been ao,but for this extraordinary prep aratton. And it Is equally potent for tho many diseases for which it is recommended. Thoiisapda of Voiing men have beeu lealored bususlt,apd uau a single uwtancohasil alledtobeneSi them. Persons of Pale Complexion, or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of ahotlleor I wo to bloom and vigor changing tho sklu from a pale, jel low, sickly color, lo a besutifu I florid complexion. To the Misguided, These are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits Of youth, viz. weakness of the back and limbs, palnstn the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation or the heart, d) spcpsla, nervous Irritabil ity, derangement of the digestive functions, jeneralilwbillty, symplonuof cousamptlpn,&e. Mentally, the fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded. Loss of memory, eonmtion ofldeas, depression of spirits. evil fore-bodlngs, aversion to society, sen distrust, Invu ofiolltude.tlmldlty, Ac. , aro lome of the evils produced All thus afflicted Itciore Contemplating 2Unrriage. ahould reflect that asound mind aud body are the moatnec essarr requisites to promote connubial happiness; indeed, without these, the Journey through life becomes a weary pil grimage, the prospect hourly darkens the view: the mind be comes shadowed with despair, and filled with the melancholy reflection that tae happluessol another becomas blighted wliayour own. Parents and Guardians. Are often misled with respect to the catscs and sources o diseases in their sons and wards. How ofieu do,thy ascribe to other causes of wusling or the rranie, idiocy, madness, pal pitation ol the heart, indigestion, derangement of thenar voussyslem, cough and symptoms indicating coutnmptlon, when Iho truth is, lhat they have been ludulgingina perni cious though alluring practice, destructive both lo mind and body Caution, Da. Mocsx's Inviookwiku .Cordial has been counter feited by some unprincipled persens. Iu future ati the genuine Cordial will have the proprietors fac-elmtle pasted over theearkof each bottle, aud the lol lowmg words blown in the glass "UK. MOKSK'3 INVKIOHATING COKDIAI,, - C. II. MSG, PKOfnihTOU, S.Y." TTY" The Cordial is put up highly concentrated, In pint bottles. Paitx 3 00 per bottle; two for S3 Cut six forS12 PO. C. II. KlM5vPK')PRlErOK, 01 Broadway, Sew York. Bold by Drusrglsts throughout tbo Unilad States, Canada and West Indies and aleo by "VV.F.iJlt A V, successor 10 tlartwrightifc Arma'.rongjcorner or Market and Broad atreeta, Saanvltln.Tennessee. loct26 dweViCm XV. F. GRAY, SOLZAG2ST, AGENTS FOR MORijh'd CGRP1AL. J. M. Zimermin, Market st., Nashville. J. W. Nelson, Miirfrecsboro" A. M. Goodloe. Woodburr. Jas. H. Stone, McMinnville. UecryA Majors, Slielby villa. S50 ItEWAKD. "T WILL give the above reward fbrthe apprehension and Art 6 or 8 inches hifrh; weare a ciutec, h.ts an intellectual appearance, would weigh about IS. lbs., had on wheu he lelta oiacic sacic ijoat, smpea i anis, unois anu oiaca: nai; bad a fiddle under his arm and is a carpenter by trade. My address ia (Jhcsnut llrove J . u l)avicUon Uounty, Tennessee. JAM ES U I1EI.U marl 0 54 tf NELSON'S GELATIN LOZENGliS. THESE Lozenges are strongly recommended to Ihe pub lic, particularly invalids, as they will find them re freshing and nourishing, insiantlv removing dryness of the moutn ana initial. ?cia wuoiesaie anu re lii i ny Ieb25 GEOECE GREIG. T I on the Middle Franklin Turnpike Road.fivemilcssouth- west from Nashville, containing 475 acres, 160 or TO of which is in woodland, the balancs in a Iiilt'.i state ot culti vation, with a comfortable brick dwelling and other neces sary out buildings, with three never failing sprjegs or most excellent water. Any one wishing to tee the faim can do so at any time by calling on me, where I will always be ready to conduct them over it. marl2 wlm JOHNJOIINS. TE"V GOODS. WALL PAPEKS-Now being 1 received. cneariestRfurtuiriti nnrl line Gold, Silver, Satin, Ac, per steamer Yealman. 8,200 pieces unglazed Walt Paper new patterns. t 2,150 pieces glazed Wall l'sper.latest designs. Reautiful variety cf liorders and Mouldings laree lot of Fire Screens and Window Papers, low for cash, at Wholesale and Retail. ' YT. W. FINN. No 41 Market street, between Union and the Square. N. H. Paper Hanging done in the best manner. martl ' ' Cna r mT CIRCULAR SAWS. A GOOD aisortmeat of "IIOK A CO' and other traodsj ;of CIRQULAR.SAVSrrrum the smallest toth Iar! gest sixes. 'Justreceivcd and for sals br ' " T ' t'MJaA CUNNI5GHAM.e- -n,r ... Nt 47 CoUege street. If "A?0R AND .STROPS SOU, doxcn.Wade. Rlutcher's ct lehmt,l n'. fcortmeatof WARilAVTPli h l vnou : -; each 1 tic private ,; also a further additional slock of Bar Wade Hefebert RaiorStrorX a r.W mS??pcno? Kiit''e' FALL ACUNNINuHAM. Collerc street. iIiBEHT COOK & CO- M AJTUPACTUREaS AND UtPOSTEES OF OPTICAL, MATHEJIATICATS 8UK- VEvNG!4TRUJJENTs, NO,, a, JOHN STBEETj NEW YORK marchi Jra. i'llESU IMPOltTATIONS FORSPIUNG AXD SUJHJtEK, BY J. F. DUKTON. T AM now prepared tooflerthe trade onrofthenict.x- jl. luusueoiocxsoi ixoods over ottered in. this market As regards variety, quality and prices, I can offer grsata'r in Uucemenls than any other hcuse, having taken aHadvanta- fi!., iuj selections as wen as Ireigbr, am prepared to supply my former customers and-all others who wish to purcnase at low pr.ces, we would say call and examine be. .vMo.uu,tugiuurseieciiou. i shall continue my Auction rulesas tmut. Jeana. Fv,thi-a tu.nr .a : , , . " ' Vl.lUCKUlf. tlEAn in STiifi.niM f.. HmJ. w...l . - o . iju uwuaat uiorac& pncesL J. F. UUNTON, feb-6 S No. 51, Public Square: OttANGES, ORANGES. r A BOIES of the above ia good orderT J 175 boxes Cheese, suitable for the Summer; SuO Cocoa Nuts, just received; SO boxes assorted picklea, fresh: 1Q Macaroni, 5 bbls Cranberries, 5 boxes Lemons, " For sale at J. O.'A a ROBERTSONS. Broadway. x. Knouts, n, t. naoxy, w. n. cuox, LateorTenn. Lite of Nashville, Late of Coltunbi RHODES, II AG EN & CO., rOSWARDING AND COMMISSION MESCHANT3, Ao. S4 fytamorebtreit. Out de, Uloa Second, CINCINNATI. Will rrive special attention t Forivardinir flood Prw duce, eta ;als to the purchase and sale of all kinds ofPro duce, and articles' of CtNCta.vATt and PrrrsBcco Mannfac tures. Refer to Nashville Merchants generally JAME.S COLLINS A CO., Pitts jurg. Foi , Forwarding Agsnta. jsn i i w s w tin. STATE OsV TENNESSEE, DAVIDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT. COURT. JANUARY TERM, 185i W, Parker and Farah a Parker, 1 r VBillforPAUTfTlnV WiliiamS. Parker and John Brson. I ITAI'PEARI.NG tolhe satisfacion of the Court from the aflldavit hied in this cause, that the Defendant William Parker, is a non re-tJent i.f the State X Tennessee, f be ing a resident of California,) so that the ordinary Drocesa ol law cannot bo served upon him; it is then-ton, ordered. inai pnoucauon oe maue lor tnreo successive weeks, in the Union and Americaa.M a newspaner nublisbed in ihe eitv of Na-hville, requiring the said defendant toappea. before the next Circuit Court of Davidson county, to b held at the Court House in the cityof Nash ille, oil the 2d Monday in May nexi, then aud there r!ead. answer or demur, to eom plainanl'a bill, or the same will be taken for c nfessed, and set down for bearing ex parte. man: ow. rtturt. T. fcJULKY, Clerk. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTV COUnT OF DAVIDSON. March Term, 1854. Wm. Walker and his wile Catharine against Geo. D. Ham- eii. sum r, ana omers. IT appearing to the Court at the present term of the Coun ty Court ot said county, from proof in the above cause, that rf. Johnson and his wife, Patsey Johnson, formerly Pat sey Earheart, are non-residents' of the State of Tenneise, so that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be served on them. It is therefore ordered by the Court that the Clerk and Master o! tl.U Court notify the said defendants Johnson and wife by publication in some newspaper published in the city of Nashville for the space of thirty days, requiring taid defendants to appear at the May term, 1S54, of this Court, to be holden at the Court-house in Nash viile on the Urst Monday in said May next, to plead, answer or demur to the bill hied in this cause, or the said wiil be taken for confessed, and set for .hearing ex jxirte at said term ef this Court; Smiley and Maney, Solicitors for Complainants. F. R. CHEATHAM, marlQ Imj CAM of Davidson County Court. AIslARLE NEGROES FOR SALE. By virtue ofa decree of tie County Court of Davidson County, rendered at the February term, Js54, in the case of Wm.N. Phipps, etal, vs. Alexander W.Gray.etaJ, I will offer fir sale at the Court-house, in the town of Nashville on Saturday the first day of April next, the following young negroes, to win Elisha aged about........................ 28 years, Morria,aged about....... o icara. Fred, do do II " Lewis dn do 15 Juda, do do 14 " Said negroes belong to the estate of Robert Phipps, de ceived, and are sold for distribution, upon the following terms to wit: upon a credit of 12 months, except the sum of $50, to be paid in cajh, notes with good security required, raarlo '54-td F. R. CHEATHAM; C. M. VALUABLE LAND AND NEGROES FOR SALE. BT virtue ota decree of the County Court of Davidson County, rendered at the March term, 1354, in. the ease of Isaac Saunders, etal, vs. James Mitchell, et ah I will offer for sale on the prerai-es on Friday, the 81st day of March, 1H54, a tract ofLand, containing 145 acres more or less, lying in the third civil district of Davidson county, near Hurricane, Creek,, about two miles from the Murfreea boro' Turnpike, and about 12 miles from Nashville. ALSO At the same time and place the, following ne groes to wit: Ellen, aged about 45 yean, Edmund, do 24 Lenis, do.................... 25 Mary. do 2i America, do 10 ' Charity, do............ 8 Bob, do 5 Nathan, do... g Wade, do..... S " John, do a months. Said property belongs to the estate of James Mitchell, deceased, and is sold for distribution. TERMS The negroes will be sold upon a credit of 12 months, und the land npun a ci edit of 1 and 2 rears, except the sum of $150 to be paid in cash notes with good secur ity required, and a lieu to be retained on the land, until the notes are paid. F. R. CHEATHAM, marM'St td Clerk A Muster CilANC'EiCY SALE. LN pursuance of a decree of Die Chancery Court at Nash ville, made in the case nf Jacob McXsavock and others, complainants, against Y. K Stevenson and others defen dants I shall proceed to sell at public auction, at the-Court-ilousein Nashville, unless previously sold at private sale on Saturday the first day of April next; thai valuable tract of LAND belonging to the estate of Hugh W. McGa vock, dee'd (or so much al may be necessary to pay the debts) lying abjut cue mile below Nashville, aud adorning the lands of Lysander McGavock, aud Dr. Iiavii S. Mc (lavock. It nil! be sold on a credit of one, two and ihrie years, with interest. Notes with good security payable in Rankrand a lieu retained on the property till payment of the notes. Sold without redemption The land is laid off ia Io!s lo suit purcbaacra. JACOB McGAVOCK, 0 dtfa Trustee. STATE OF TENNESSEE, DAVIDSON COUNTY COURT, March Term, 1851. James Wright aud others, I vs. V Order of Publication. Armes Starkie and others. 1 TN this cause, it appearing that two of the defendants, to- X wit: n imam tiuit ana josenn Hurt, nave left the state, and that the usual process of the court cannot be served upon them, it was ordered that publication be made in some neivspatier for thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear ai iuc iiouruwaM: iu .laauviue on tae crsv sionaay in April next, aud plead, answer or demur todbe bill, other wise the same will be taken for confessed as to them and ret for hearing ex parte. mch9 1t-liu F. R. CHEATHAM. Clerk. STATE OF TENNESSEE: DAVIDSON COL'NTY COURT, MARCH TERM, 1854. Samuel Pinkerton.et al. 1 vs. Order of publication. Allen Pickard, A wife et si. ) "J N this cause it appearing lo the satisfaction of the Court 3 that Ceger Stark, and bis .wife nna Stark, formerly Anna Pinkerton two of the defendants, are non residents of this State, arid that the usual process' of the Court, can not be served upon them. It was ordered that publication be made in some newspaper published in Ivashville, lor thirty days, requiring said defendants to come forward at the May term of the Court; to be holden at tha .Court house in the town cf Nashville, on the bret Monday in May next, and plead, answer or demur to the bill, or the same will betaken for confessed as to them and set for hearing tfjr wiriV. The contents of the bill being an application for the sale of land belonging to the, estate of David l'lnkertoB, de ceased, for distribution. nsris '54 T. R. CHEATHAN. C A M. : A I CKIAG ES! CARRIAGES!! iU RS MARTHA SLOAN would take this me thod of int. rming her friends and the pub-. lie renerallr thst she has moved all of her Carriasres. R roucbes. Buggies, Ac, to No. 6). Lower Market street, (it being the well known Factory of F. Sloan, dee'd .) wnere she invilesher friends and customers to examine her stock, i-! -1. .. : 1. . e 1 1 , wuibu vuiiaisu, iu ii.i ui vui I lums, jsaiuacnva. Coaches, Baggies, Ac , Ac.: all of the moat modern ana improved plans, which she is offering vary low for aash, to Close ousinesg. maris '54 to iSimenl. and gentlemet. cfL'l1. mad when promised, and in the mr.tf..:c,,W,i Callat TJ S t..aaU ' llr,W aasc jantH '54' Cedar A flARfl Ih- T W rilMKCa oT T I7-TTT V J. Botanic Physician, having returned from a" re Ttstt of business to California, again cffirshU Medical Srr vices to tha Afflicted Public, trusting tha general satialac. tionbehas heretofore given-will restore him bii 'feramr'' liberal with inereaxed Patronages r .Office oa tha corner of Union and Summer irmt BaTi. dence 27 Summer street, between Broad and Church. ICUI X"ti 111. . . EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. BIT J. G. POINTS. Reference. Ron. A. H. H. Stuart, Siantoo, Ya. ' " " Dr. Jack Shackelford. Ccirtttad. Alz ,41 1 1 Hon. J. J.- Orraond, TafcrJoosa, Alabama. . Dr. J. Purice, Mobile. Ala. -. i- J-J.McMahon, Esq, New Orleans. . , .Js .... CoL B. a Burnett? 1 ' B- M. Bradford, Esq, V Aberdeen, Misi ' HomS. Adams, 1 Hon. J A. Wilcox, I . . . . HrnvH-S.-FooteT t Maaaaippw Tampa. Florida, Jaa.24.'-4 ly. StX WLV PAPKRil French and American Paper Hangings for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALSO, a large lot of cheap nngUxed PauJra Fire Screens, Window Curtains, Ac- at Jens, v- v. r,. KLAGAS AGORBEY, Nashvilla Wall Paper Store, No. Si Collen at j. B. Paper Hanging promptly attended' to, warraataU done in the best manner. anSy '54 j SEQUOYAH HOUSE. BR. H: ROBERTSON baring leased for a Urm, of years this commodious and centrally lo cated House, situated on the corner of Summer 1 anuiourcn streets, convenient lo the Jtailruaj lniuta 1 now prepared to acconuxiodata tha travtllic? ncLlic and fnan fifty to one hundred day boarders. He pledges him self to giva entire satisfaction to all who say &vo him with thair patronage, feb2 j triwAwtf DK.KEi.LOGG, HOJCfEAPATHIC PHYSIfJIAN, Oma Cou Sinixui xso Uxiox Stbbt. ' RESIDENCE No. S3 Summerstreet, next door hut cms to OddFellowVlIaU. . . Cases of Remediea and Books for fam3 T use censtaatly on hand. nanli-lm JUST RECEIVED. H f BOXES St, LouU Soda Crackars, fresh; X. w iu Dois ao 00 zsutwr do dot , 10 bbU do do Water do do; SO boxes assorted Raisins, M. R.; 100 boxes Cheese, W. R. at Cincinnati pru-es; 50 boxes Glass Jan. asvrted sizts, cheap, 20,000 Havana Cigars, for Nashville retail; 10.0OU lb.' Candy at lOif prlb bv wholestla. oar nwv manufacture; and all other articles cheap in proportion J. O. A c robbrkon; leoio uroaawar. rxsa. asnifi i:n i'iiMiti MAGNIFIGIENT lot oT FRENCH WORK Ibroi'der. tea openirJ this day by R. C. McN AIRY A CO; renin 7OTrRENT-0ne Store RoomT a7oTtwo "or TErw 1 rooms in tha third story hack buildinsr of' && a.w block, corner of Cherry and Deaderick streets. Apply to w. j. alarming, or w. r. COOPER, , ftblT tf At the Building. n C2 O AP lw BUXLS Au. I Soap, received lor sals by O STEWART WEAKLEY, itois . 3. isroaaway. 0 LOVER AND FIELD SEEDS 50 UAHREL3 Clover Seed. lOObuslu Orchard Grass. IfMboabcU Blue Grass, 5 bbls Timothy Seed. For sale by . STEWART A WEAKLEY, " febl 5 No 8, Broad war. MU.t SItTIS lu BBLS received and for sale by UiailAAliX IT IV1.E. I J febl5 No. 8, Broadway. GRANRERRIES-10 BARRELS just received from Cincinnati and tor sale by STEWART A WEAKLEY? fM5 No. 8. Bruadirar. LARD OIL 55 UHlii of superior quality, juat r cetved per Cumberland Valley, and for sale by -STEWART A WEAKLEY fehlS No. 8. Broad tt PIE FRUIT a BOXES Pia Fruit received and tur sale by STEWART A WEAKLEY. feb!5 No. 8, Broad at. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR-oO BAGS received and fin- sale by STEWART A WEAKXEY; febl5 No. 8, Rroid-t ri'EAS-10 HALF Chesu Imperial and UunptrwUer JL Teas in metalic packages. 5 half c bests Black Teas, ail grades, for sa la by STEW ART A WEAKLETj, febli? Xo. 8, Broad it. SUN DRIES 5 BOXES Essence of Coffer; 5 boxes Ground Coffee; 500 boxes Ground Pepper; 10 bbls S S AlmoncU, in store and far sale by - STEWART A WEAKLEY.) bl5 N0..S. Uroad D. R. CLAIIIORNE, r . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, orncK w coopir's bcildino.", cnmirr srsrrr, Nashville. Ten. STRAWBERRY VINES. I HAVE made arrangements to supply the citizaa 'ef X Nashville with tha superior Strawberry Vina, grown dniringvof which m be eta at ni fttore-v Order left UUC Ull fflU UIV1UUUJ UiiCU iuc uca UDnilug-., j.o.brown; febll '54 41 Collen streat. riMOS TOPS. 'JO barrels just retired and for sale J ny w. r. UKAT, febi5'54 Cor. Broad and Market ta. T AND WARRANTS, Weara buying and paring JLi tha very hisrh est nnces for LAND WARRAN" TS, i-er- sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending lo na by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at wmcn incy are seuingatine urns in riasnrina anu ua caan remtitea or paid to order, juiyil DYER PEARL A CO. I-RINTERS, MERCHANTS, AND PEDLARS I HAVE increased and am still increasing my paper ma chinery, and am now manufacturing from 50 to 70 ream of printing paper daily, and can fill an order of two of Usrsa hundred reams in a weeks notice of any of tfcex aizea named below, and at tha prices attached. Tha quality ot the paper will be the same as that used by all tha Nashville political papers. " The terms hereafter will be cash before tba paper Teavra tha store, unless it is fur sums overtzOU.oa which nicety days to four months will he given by tha purchasers .estab lishing to my satisfaction boia their sol veucy aiu prompt ness, and giving a note parable in Bank with good an. doner. Tha following are tha sixes and prices' viz : ii by 42 at (1 ti par ream; I St by 37 at i 25 pat rasa; i7 by 41 at 400 - " j 21 by SS at i 26by33at 350 ' 44 124 by Slat 8 1J" " 25by3Sat M 23 by 33 at 300 " SlbySSat 8 25 " " 2JbyS2at S75 " - Sizes varying in proportion, batrxt variation in thaprioM above for 1 ream or 1,000 reams. Printers in St. Louis and Memphis ara referred to taj prices, Ac. Freight from Nashvilla to e.th:r point rtngest from CO to 40e per 100 during tha boating season. Januarys W.S. WHITSMAN: MERCHANTS AND PEDLARS RAGS 1VANTEI. I AM paying three ceuts per lb, cash, for all tis cottba and linen RAGS 1 can get, delivered at my pacer and rag warehouse on the square. No merchant or pedlar need have any fears of sellieg ma all the rags they bring at tha highest price, It is tne interest and duty of the merchant to boy rags, for it creates and draws a eus-om he otherwise would not gat, and he puts to use that which would otherwiia go to waste. Somesillv persons consider it a dNyrsce tp save rags. They are ignorant of the fact that the product S001 rags has dime mure to advance the bappines of mankind thaa any other one thing xnown tilheartsoimau,a)ict thare ara thousands ofintelligeot men who are not awar ca;; tha in calculable advanUges they would bestow upon a growing up family by saving their rags, and with them orthsir pro ceeds pay for a good neatptijxr. that their childrvn would leant to read with avidity, aud gather from it a host of in formation in which our eU being is aaeociated- janS W.3.WH1TEMAN. ECEIVED I'ER STKAA1EK ItESCUJS : 50 bbts. Clover Seed; OU omsrHrar; 200 bags Buck Wheat Flour.. For ale low for cash by feb24 CUA8.J. CLACK. LAJiDR Kill's GARDEN HEEDS. For 1851. I HAVE received a large stock of tha sboTe seeds, ud am selling at rates reasonable enoogh to pleasa all who are in want. The stock left over last year was verr larn. consequently thsre ara very few fresh se!a in tia market, but ifyou want s genuine article call at feb21 '54 Drug Store, Corn. Broad and Markststa. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD I AND 50 lbs. of Scan for 75 cents, can be made by pur chasing one of Sobbit's cans or Potash, a bran caw arti da in this market, 600 of which have been soM fa tba last two weeks: For sale only by f.?.Q RAY, feb24 54 Cor. Broad ana im ortenlikrfy girU wanted. jfa $s Cadar street . . , w., urKTKD. Warned to luia by Uia NEGSrr. '"bI. bodied man. to work a. IN montbji wentyra oo for '""'lll. Alan? Apply to ILT. YEATMAN, or month wiU bagivan. nAHalaiOX- maris rWl JaaH LOOK AT THIS.-Haringtaxen out ""j"r der the new corporation law .we are pow P1 "