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. ATT0SKEY ATIA7 AND LAXD AGENT.
it oco Villasc, Texas.
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rpntiJll THUUSA.MJ Uopies sold in less etffSlSt
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Ir. llUNTEira J1KDICAL MANUAL
AND HANDItOOK for the AKFLlCTED-containing an
oulliiicof the origin, progress, treatment and cureof crcry
lomi of disseasc. contracted bv tirouiiscuuus sexual inter-
coiuse, by self abuse or by wrxual excess, with advice for
tucii jnciuiiiiuu, wrmemua laminar siie, utuiuiu? iui
medical technicalities, nnilcten tliiitz'that would olfcnd the
earofdecency, from Iheresultol somo twenty yearssucce&s-
111 j mciice, exclusively ucvoiou to tue cure 01 diseases 01 a
ueuiaie or pm aic caiure.
Tiinhicli is added receipts for the cure of the above dis
ease!, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever aud Ague.
TisriaoNY or rns Poor, or OcsTETrJcs is Porx. Col-
ror. PuiLADEU-nu. Dit. HUNTEIl'S MEDICAL MAN-
UAU Tlic author of this work uulike the inajority of thaw
works n un advertise 10 cure me diseases 01 n iucu nireais,
8 a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United
and experienced iiractitioncr, in whose houorand iutegrity
uey may place the greatest conliucnce.
JOSEPH LONCSUOItE. M. D.
I uoM A. WooDWAun, M. D op Vtsm. UxiVKiarrr, Phil
ADcuriiiA. It gn cs :ne pleasure to add my testimony to
theitrofessional ability of ihe Author of the "Medical Man
ual. Numerous caso of Diseases of the Uenital Oirsins.
omj of them of long ttauding, have come under my uo-
ure. 111 which ms sk;ll u:ls oeeii maniiesi 111 1 euin-iug 10 pcr
ect health, in some instances where the patient has been
con-idered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi
nal Weakness, or disari-aiiceiuent of the functions. produced
y sclfabuseorcxejssof veuery, I do uot know liis supe-
.1. . .r. . 1 i !
iui 111 me iruiiBsiui. x nave ueeu aciju&iuicu niiu tue
Author some thirty j ears, and deem it no more than justice
o him, us well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of
earl v indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro.
ess onal skill and iuteinily, they may safely confide thein
telies. ALP. WOOD WAI1D, M. D-
"This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and
nttlligible work published on the class of diseases which
ttieuts. Avoiding all technical Icnns, it addresses itself
o the reason of its readers. It is free from all objectioua
le .nutter, aud no parent, however fastidious, e
o placing il in the liandsor his sons. The author ha3 de
Totcd manyycarslothctreatBicutot'lbc various complaints
a.ted of, aud 'with too little breath to pull',' and 'too lit-
0 presumption to iuiixise,' he hasotl'eredto the world at
he merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some
w i uty years most successful practico " Herald.
' No toucherorparent.should be without the knowledge
rajiarted in this invaluable wort. It wouldsave jears of
pm, mortification aud sorrow to the youth under their
lu.rge." I'ntplt't AJevcaU.
Presbyterian clei-yinm in Ohio, in writing of "Hun-
er"s Medical Manual, says: "lliousauds upon thousands
of t-ur youth, by evil example and iiilluenceoi'the jiassions,
have been led into the habit f i-elf-pollution wit b.ut real iz-
uglbesiu and fe.u fill oiejuences ujiou themselves and
poitcritv. The coititutions of thousands who arc raising
amities have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they
do not know the cstueor the cure. Anythiug that can be
do 'o so to enliglitcn and iutiucuce the public mind as to
chick, and ultimately to renioie this wide spread souiceof
hu.itau wretrhednes, would confer the greatest blessing
next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and
to uing generations. Iuleuiperanee lor the use of intoxi
cating drinks,) though it lias slain thousands upon thous
aujs, is mtt a preater scourge to the human race. Accept
m thanks on bclialf of the atliictcd, aud, your co-worker in
th s plod work you are so actively engaged in."
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al cash udraucesun the same for shipment.
I Nashville, Oct. fi,18.r3 wqftw
AGUE AM) I'KVEK, OR CHILI-SAND I'E
VEil CUi;i:o UV SMITH'S TONIC SVKliP. This
li py celebrated Medirtnr has for many jcars maintained
ltisuperiorlt) over alio. her remedies, lor lhe tite,cerUIn,
I ocoy,and periiianoul euro of Ague and l'ovcr, or Chills
nd l-'eier, wbeUer of sborlor long standing; and In no
c je w III it lull lo cure, if Hie directions aro strictly followed
a:id carried onL
This remedy has been evteilvcly u'eJ throughout the
Hutes of Koiuuc.y. '1 cnnei.ee, Ohio, Indiana, l'enuslvn.
tua, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Texas,
A rkausas, Alabama, Mississippi, anJ Loalslaua; and lias per
manently cured over rivs. ni'siiRKOTnocsisn cases, in all
lis varied forms, mill) of which had been of from one to
threejears' suuillng, ami lia-l resisted all tho usual reme
dies known in the country; and In no case did this Medicine
fill where tho directions were properly followed. Such is
iH invariable success, that a large number of resectable
I rartitlotiersof Medicine, In various parts of the country,
iisuand prescribe It in prelcrcuce to quinine audall other
The public are assured that it Is not only certain In Its er
ects as a Tome, but being coinpood entirely of vegetable
medicines, is perfectly innocent In allcasesor circum
aiances, aud max bogiven to females, Infaiits, aud all per
unsof debilitated and d-ll.ate coustitutloui, without the
I ast fear whataver of auv unpleasant effect.
This Medicine is composed of articles of lhe prlmest and
purest ipiality, and Is aluujs made by the propiletor In per-
tn, after the cstabli.beil tnrins of ptiarmaey (which cannot
bo said of the many Tomes now flooding lhe We. tern aud
southwestern country) ami in lUisrepect alone isreuderod
really superior to tne remedies usually prepared aud sold
i tho country.
Ily Its aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad
ded to its funic p:mlilie, it Is rendered eminenlly superior
I I quinine and othur remedies as a general aud popular
'ionic In all cas's whatever, where Tonics are proper to be
I imiulstcred. Tho proprietor, lliereioro. respect ully in
v ilos practitioners and lhe public generally to give it but a
1 drlrial, and they will then be eonvincei of its great npo
tiorlt) overcd other remedies now iu use for tho purpose
Personsllvli.g lu districts of country subject to .Ague and
)'cver, hills and Kever.or Ililious Fevers, would do well
to keep a supply of this valuable remedy alwnvs ou hand.
IhC proprietor IiaS MOW 111 HIS (M.seanii ihwumuubui vei-
tillcalos of its valuo.given by ersuns who have used It, with
lnauj letters from r.iercbants who have sold It largely In
their country, a-t well as from many respoetab o Practioners
who have used it iu preference to other remedies, afestlng
its vain... J. P. UKO.MfSOOLli,
No Ii, ('olloge tlrect, Wholesale aud Retail Agent, Nash
ville, Tcnn. deelfi dAtri w.
TJtUTH ISJIICHTVANO U'lLLPltEVAlL.
HUTCHISOKS CELEBEATED 0ISTMXNT,
""S the most etrectu.d remedy for Piles, Sore or Caked
JL Breast, Cuts. Bruises, &c, now extant. This nicdi
nne is prepare 1 with givat care, and never fails to givere
lief when properly adiuiiiistered. Kcmeinber
It Cures Piles'- sjieedily.
It Cures Sores or Caked Srcast immediately.
It Cures Cats. Bruisc3 or Sores-on man or horse.
Theiilllicted aie u.v Hed to give ii a trial If itdecs not
accomplish vvh.tt we claim for it, then pronounce it a hum
lnig and demand v our inorev.
The proprietor has in Im possession any number of cer
tilicates from the liist citizens of Virginia and other Stales;
several of which aecompanv each box. We give the fol
lowing from the sherlll' of Ikitlctourt county, Viiginia
Fixcvrtle, Dec. 21, 1S55.
Mr. IIctciiisos nvir Mr 1 bad b-eu an almo-d con
riant su!lererlroiii Piles for ten nr twelve years previous to
the time 1 heard of your oinlmeut. 1 have given it a fair
trial, and for the last two years have had uo symptoms of
the disease, and cousiderinysclf entirely cuied. 1 think it
due to you to make Ibis statement, anil to iho public at
large, that your invaluable ointment Miould be more gen
orallv known. Yours respectfully, H. PIT.EU.
Sold wholesale and retail, by
JO. O. HKOWN,
fcbll '51 GmdAtriw Agent, College street,
l'reparcd by W. Hutchison, & Co., Amsterdam, Va.
THE HIST SON OF OLD PACIKO.the broth- tT
er of Gamma, and tht Sire of Corset, Dia JjT3P
p-ond, Yolta'uc, and Selim, will stand the ensu- f
ing season, at my stable, lit f 25. The cash will be required
beToro the i cnioval of the property. Mares kept at 75 cents
UI'SlLON is nearly sixteen hands high, a rich bay, and
one of the most be mtiful and perfect horses ever seen, liut
five of his colls have been trained; four of that number
have proved m ist excellent racers. What horse in Ameri
ca has dona bettei? His pedigieo is equal t. any iu the
United States. No resiHiustbility for accidents or escapes.
Feb. 17 eo-USm. W. G. HARDING.
PLO UGJ1S.-ON lIII.MKlil HALL'S
Peacock Ploughs, .Ni. 1 aud 2, for sale bv
jan5 W. U. G0RD0 V & CO.
JOHNSON & WEAVER,
MEDieiNEyt;; i 5!, d
"TTENHY'S INVIGORATING. 1.CORDLVL,
a 1 1
UBEfiY VEGETABLE 1&1ZS CGMrOSlTiOX;--
wMch have been found after years of exDcnducti. LviJwi mnMt
klllfal llirIdans, to be poiee J of . qualities inv;t"beiie'-
wlilUt It U presented toths'pUMl'asan'elHeaclous remedf,-
ItUalso kaowntobeortbat chaf atter oh "wlilcli reltaaee-'
mar te placed a to iti lafetr lireateabf Imn5tfn-r. Iln.
morrhRc, IJuorJorei StetUIitT, MeustruaUoa, or5upjirea-'
arlslns from anfeame, uch asVea'tuesifrpm, ilctncsj,"
where tbu patient lta been conflne'dtoed. fdr'sO'm'e time,''
for 7?tfnil1oflrtrVinffnAinanr II Knf fAn'.. m I. hi.
Cordial cannot bo excelled In'iuzalutsr? efccts:'0rin-losa'of
Slutcnlar Energr, Irritalilllly, iTijuleaf Pialtiationi Seuil
nal WeaVnejj. Falnltatlon of l!ie Hrart. lnJlrrtlnn: Klni..
gisbnem. Decay of the Procreative Fnn.ttloiu.-ii'ejYOHanuw.V
I Henry', InrieoraUnB.Cprdial,ioi,e
I lt.l I -1 .. - i 1 . . " 1 1 - j - . -
..., wucre a Tunm jioujciuB: js required, ii w me nad
nil Avnr nat.il .
Medicines in the many'ComTiUlmVto "whTeh FcniiTEs 'iirfi
ubloct ir asiisU natoroto bracetlie whole.' jtilLn.tlf'et-'
idh, uuu otiki reneweu neaiia and nai.!nejs.. cas
uBeriue, disease and unkaohiFn anionf la dies nouldex
1st, were they generally toadontrtlie uM) of thii' Cordial.T
rnclet are liable to, anrrestored tyttren?e of a tooUlor tw!
uioum ana u vigor. 'II 11
That solitary nractlco. ao fulal to the existence of man and
it It the younz who are most ant to beeonis its virllms frbrii
an ignorance of the dinger to which they subject themselves,
cauaei ' ' '
Weacness of the Svttem. and l'reuiatureTJeeaV. Marivof'
you inarnow l'euO"eHnr, mUted as totbo canto or -Source
ofdiMato. Totboje, then, whoby execat have brought. on.
ineinieivvt I'remaiure lnipiencyf luvolumary. hejalnal
Kiuloaions, Weakness anjstirlv'elflnsorthtf Genital Organs.
Nervoni .tiTecttoii, or any other conseqnebcei of nnrectrain.
ed Indulgence of the sensual 'pasiinns;jDccasioulng tlia ne-:
cessliy of renouncing the felicities of
Marriii!Ti! -. rr
lcssmlns both mental aud bodily capacity. Hold! Henry's
luvlgorxtli.gCordlal, a Medicine that It purely Vegetable,
will aid nature to restore those ImnorUiDt' functions 'to a
healthy state, ami will prove ofservicu to you. It possesses,
rarevirtaes, tta ecueral remover of dlseas;and'strongtb-
ener of the system.
Asa Tonic Alcdiciiicj
it Is unsurpassed. We do uot place this Cordial on a footing
with nuaek modlctni!. and. an in riiEtnmsrv.-annKntl a lnn-
list of Recommendation;. Cerl'flcatos. &c..tHsiiinlne with
"Hear what the Preacher says," andtnch like; Itis notnec
esssry,for 'Henry's lnvlKoraling Cordial,'' only needs a
trial to prove that it will accomplish" all we say.'
The Genuine "Henry's lnvisornti'ns Cordial,"
1. .tnl n Q a. D.a... U..t.lA. 1 4.. 1 1 .. . 1 . . I t.
the Maunfacturer'atlgnatureoutho labekof inch itotllo, (to
counteneii nnicn lslorgery,) as well as tue name blown lu
II f poiu for 3J per Bottler Six for S8 Sliinerdozan.
Prepared only by S. E.COUKN. So.3 rramiiin Ituw. Vino
street, uelow ttlgbtn, fliiladelpbls, fa., to whom all UK.
UEUSmuitbe addressed. Forsalebvall resnectable Uruir.
gists and Merchants throo'hout the conntry.'
ror sate anno raieiit Meaieiue Depot, Jo; r.' Allege si.,
by J. P.Uronioole& Co, wholesale .genl for llic. Stale, and
ouly agent in .Nashville
dacll Cm d&tw.
FOR ALL RHEUMATIC FATIENYTS.
TTTITHOUT the least .shadow of doaht. the Chini'sr
V ISheumntic Antidote, U thebnfv reliable fe'.nt -'
iiyueiiireiue puuuc, loriue immediate aud permanent re.
liel of long staudlng cases of
revere andexcrnciatlnzNeuralzic Pains. illndiieas.Oniil.
all contracted and distorted Limbs, Paralysis, wiistins and'
decay of tho muscles, swelled and enlarged Joints, palnt'cl
swellings, acute Rhoumatt-m. Tie D&loreux. Crainnji :.m,1
Spaimr,cVc.,ic. This medicine istruly the . iu
King of IMieumalisiu, , , ,
and from the rapid "1-3 and unjireceJouled satisfaction
which is daily eiveu bv it. its astoalsblu? err.ii-i. mm.ni k..
doubted. ' ' - ''' "
Severe Neuralgic I'aiiis'
aretpedily removed by a few applications of this; 'won
dertul combination, lhe oldandvounr neod'hive tin'mnr
of perfect restoration.
Dead Talsv ' '
s completely curod In an Incredible short time; by the Tise'
of this external application. No one need doubt It, for one
slegle Holllo will never fall to" give coinpletenn'd n'nb'oDu'd (
cd satisfaction. ,
Contracted and Stiff Joints'
aro perfectly relaxed aud restored to their natural life 'and
activity, oy us use.
Persons iu IIii:li Life
who, from prejudice, or other causes', are unwilling to re-'
sort to a medicine which is brought to notico b) Wingud'
vcrtissd, permitting thenisclvet to suffer aud writhe under
agonising and excruclatlug Painsof lfheuraatlsni'and Neu
ralgia, would feul lastly procd, after rubblne tbeir Iluibsacd
Joints with one bottle of this iSxtcrnai Kemedy.
Loss of Muscular Potver,
wasting and decay of the muscle", numbness, .weak back,
patiituljoints, arc all speedily cured bylhe use of tils rue Jl-
Wa Hm.l fnW nr I t Ti . .Hlr i.i n T . K v i 1 T n nn.i .-J -I . .
Ily, whoaruauected with an) for. n of Kbeuinatisiu.orpthvrf
.11....... rtKnvi. u.i.i .. u.t...l lni.ll n .id r n ....n
W Will JllllM.lu, ... ...... J. ul.u. (MVtUlU
a pa rplilet aud a bottlo of our medicine, and n d ConHdenlly"
promise jou satisfaction.
A. S. YOU.4TT S CO., Proprietors, Maiden Iaiie. X. Y.,"
to whom all orders should be addressed-.
For sale Iu Nashville by J. P. 1IKOMGOOLK & CO
m)1o Wholesale and Ktail Agent,
n.by P.M. WOI.DRIDCK,
sboro'by J. W. Nhi.NO.N, .
For sale in Frankll
" " Mnrfrees'
" " Fayeitevillo,
.McELI.'OY it Mf KINNEY,
" l'aducah. Ky., by
" " McMinuviUe, by
MiMjLir. inn cthu.n,
J. 11. STONi.
mart '51 d&trw
DH DR0MGOOLE iCM., hasjust receivcil at No. 12,
College St., Nashville, a new aud complete assortment
of Family Medicines, Perfume', Toiletand Family oaps,
uuuiuer oraces, Auppoibcis,ivi:., wuicu uu uue-rs to me
WHOLESALE AXO RETAIL
st prices warranted to sail the time:.
i no ioiiow ing comprises a pan oi nis .-mock, viz:
ISO dnz MustangXlniment, -yd
do William's Wood
do Uxtra.Tollet Soaps.
do Family Soaps,- t r.
no uommon Cates,
do Ruslelon, Clark &.
do Ayer's Cherry Pecto
ral, do Chinese Rheumatic
do linnry's Invig.rat
Co's. Cod Uver Oil.
do Lynn's Kathairon.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Farrell's Arabian Liniment,
(ray 'a Ointment,
Dr. II. Ji.yu'e'8 -Medicines, j
.Molfait's and liraudreUi's
Arnold's and Houtes Pills,
Smith's and Soule's' do,
Wright'; and Cook's do.
Jayne's and Peters' do,
Carter's Spanish Mixture,
Urban's Anil- llaclianalian,
celsior, ladies'. Children's & Cent!,
MarCilse's Uterine Calholi
con, Smith's Tonic Syrup,
do Morso's Invigorat-1
do ilooplaud's Gr mian
do Hull's Sarsaparllla,
do Drouigool' Female
do McLane'sd: Fahues
do Finu and common
do Hair Pom slums,
do do Oils,
do As-orted Hxtraclsfor
do Transparent Wasi
do Transparent Cakes,
do Saponaceous Com
pound, do Fiue llonoy Soap,
who need any article in our line, would do well to call and
cxamlne,as the stock Is fresh and complete, and lhe prices
and quality ofeach article in tho House, will give conip'ete
For such articles as you have to purchase, which we have
for sale, it is to be hoped that vou will fcive usa call, aslliis
is the first and only House of tho kind ever established in
tha State. Country Druggists and Merchants can purchase
atthis House, many articles at much less prices than they
haveeverbought. Will you give ns aeall or an orJer. Y,u
can Hndusat No. 12, College St., Nahville, EastsIJe.
mar4t54 J. P. DRO.MllOOLK &CC
r7 J. It. JIARCIIISl'S C E LE II It AT EI)
CATH0L1C0N, forihe relief and cure of suffering
Females. It stands pre
eminent for Its curative
powers In all diseases for
which It Is recommended,
Of these aro frolapsus
Uteri, or Falling of tbe
Vomb; Flour Albus, or
I Whiles; Chronic InSMn.
i inatlwu and Ulcerstlon of
tbe Womb; lucldental lle-
uiorrliagc, or Flooding;
Painful, Suppresed, and
' Irregular .Menstruation,
iVc, with accouipanyiug
I evils, (Cancer excepted,)
! no matter how severe orof
how long standing.
1 ta'rbe Calholicou farsur
1 passes other remei'ies. In
I being more certain, less gHBEBXuA&Aasurr
i expensive, andltavingtn
i .x.iem Iu a better roudillou. Let all Interested iu such a
remedy call ami obtale a pamphlet (free) containing ample
proof, from highly respectable sources, of tho happy r suits
or Its use, together with letters from flrst-clasj experienced
physicians, who have used It In their practice, and speak
from thelrown observations.- .
RsrtKKScs's.- P 1!. Peckhara, M. t., Ullca, N. A .. I.. 1).
Fleming, M. li., Canandaigua, N. Y., At. II. lulls, M.D.,
Rochester, N. Y., D Y. Foote.M. D., Syracuse, N. Y., Prof.
Dunbar, M. D., llaltimore, Md , J. C. Orrick, M. H., Calll
more, Md., W. W. Reese, M. P., Now York City, W. Pres
ent, M. 1) , Coucord, N. II., J. P. Sewlaud, M. 1)., Ullca,
' Vainrdilets hid gratis at J. P.
DaoxaooLK &. Co."s. Patent
Medicine Home, College street, w hoiesaie auu Kttai
Agviil Nashville, Tennessee.
ALSO. For salo by
Da. F. S. W.iLnatnox, Franklin,
Isii.mA. Fklu,S tlngfleld,
JaisvsT Bi'iiiW,Gsl!atin, t
Caot KcT V Rinni.K, Alurfrecsboro'.
I.Mer ailrtuti to Mittri. Dfieh Broyr-nnjf,,1seKlt at
A"ircrrr C. JA, S. C, if lire. Ct S Ktartl,f. same State.
GI.CSM Sratsus Jau.'.Uht
Messrs. Bkscii iSi Baowxso.N v!ik: i send lor auolhe
bottle or your Marchlsl's Uterine Cathoiicon' 3ty wife
has been alllicted for eleven years, and a variety 6f meant
has been resorted to fur relief, but none was obtained until
l received this medicine from J'ou. Its-Influence seeinsnl
most magical: there was a manifest iuiprovemoht f.oni the
day It was latu.i, t.
As there aro a great many females In car country laboring
under the aniiclloii for which your medicine proposes a
remedy,! feel It a duty to recommend it to all such. ...
(Slgued.) Ciopuii S. Brian.
JO J. B. MAKCHISI.t CO., Proprietors,' Central De
pot, 30t Broadway, N. Y. nov24.
pu.il..l..a llin. I!iitleirts
IJlPORTANT TO HOUSE KEEPERS. Tho
cheapest and best SOAP in the world. I haveiu3t re
ceived 100 cases of Potashin powder for making'hard or
soft Soap, a receipt for making accompanies each can. : At
least 50 jier cent is saved in the use of ihU article: 'For bale
cheap by W. F. GUAY,
jim22 '54 Corner of Ilmad nmUIarketsts.
JUST received 250 gross No. l MATCHES. in wood
boxes. jan22J W. F. 0 RAT, Broadway.
t JOUCJ .
u w i.n v t f in rf p. ft K.r. w v t-i.eiM he .
Pi'.lek,iLiniUj and joints, Scrofula,. King's JIvil
n' wnviimto. uaiu luuiuia. oiiu uiuis. jujii till iiiph
.jwihs whatever. .WheetJPlasteri3&ppedFaincWl0tjIEt"'th nl1bor does not seektlie beuefiljof a,
i. A gentjemanjn the South of .Europe and Palestine, in
1630, heard so milch said in the latter place in 'favor lif
jn f o ruuicn, ana or me (as ne consiaerea)
.miraculous cures it bad performed, that he' was induced to
i uy;u on nis own person,, lora l.ung anoj uver Jtnecuon,
s tie removal of which had been the chief object'of his jenr-
jiey, Duvwmcu naa resisted tiie genial ana delicious dime.
He accordingly applied plaster on the right side of his
"r'.f V". , , , r ."-6" ? . .
mean unle. ue drunkireelr ot an .hero tea of laxative anal.
itics. He soon found his health improving, and in a lew I Cenythitqire tliefrorljrinnd parentage to astrumous l)la
weeks his cough left biin; thesallownessxt his skin disap- I tu''lsor,fcrofuon!lA,'''Vuth'oUoiistituilonai!din-thebIood,
peared, hi pain.waa removed, and his health became per- ob ' i il bWri ?lvChron!o U,cr3 of ,one etBdire
lue ioi;guang-is trom Air. Morstell, editor of the Mas-
i vusLvruaicr. uunngiasiwinterondspring, I was so
troubled witn a nam in mr breast as In nnHr m .infw
f fortbe duties of my office and hearing your JEW DA-r4-.VIDiJonHEBUEWl'LASTEH
highly recommeuded for
simuar cases, i was induced to giro it a trial. 1 had Worn"
a plaster upon mv breast but u short time', when all Tin in1
Jelt me, and I was enabled again to engage in the labors of 'I
ineouicc. i would also state, mat my sister, Tesidinr?' in
ue iu mis ouiie, uas received mucu oenent lrom
MassillAnNoTcmber 1 2, 1S48.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weakness, such
as Pain and Weakness in the stomach, WeakXimbs,Laxne.
,neiv'Aflecfitm- of the Spine, Female Weakness, Ac. No
female, subject to pain or weakness in the back or sides.
should bo without it. Married ladies in delicate situations
nnn great relief lrom constantly wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between the shoulders has"
oeen touua a certain remedy, ror Colds, Coughs, J'blhisic,
and LungViTections, in their primary stages. It destroys
luflamriiation by pcrspiratiou.
Ucware'of counterfeits and base imitations!
UAUT1 ON, The snbscriberaare the only General Agents'
:n ii. A t.-v.ii. ...... u... . -r ii 1. i . ; .b . .
in tnu iHmM.ciuoi4!es ior uiosaie oi mis iruiy valuable
Plaster; and in order to prevent purchasers be inr ininrittPfl
jVipoii, by a couuterfeit article, sold in this city and else-
miv.i iui cuuiuc, vucy iiiviiu purucuiaT niienuon 10
the folIowing'MAuKs os ihk Cexcixk :
Ul Tlte ijctuii),fii put up in. tmooth, engine turned lot
tcmed faxet, not soUtrtd in.
i 2d Tlmjenmnt fauthtengravtd lieadof Jtio Datll '6n
tt4Jii'tn1ahunl Ch box, with accomjnnying record of
SC0V1L & MEAD, i .
--- Uw- Charlres street, New Orleans.
:Gene.ral Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
allorderi miist be addressed.
Sold also, Wholesale aud Ketsil bv
. " "' , - lfE'KRY & DEMOVAL,
, ; ' - KW1N DUOTUERS,
'. 1 ' W. F. UltAY,
J. M. ZIMMERMAN.
j'anlO dtwAw Agents.
i VlIILOTOKEN OS FEMALE'S FEIEND.
For thf4 cure of Painful and Disordered Menstnialiuu,
f. Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
oyuipuiiieuc nervous Auections attendant on
Much of the uITerimr attendant uuon the lives of fem.ilea
at.the present day may Tie traced to some slight imprudence
Or neglect during some critical period of their jeculiarsea
sons, causing obstructions; irregularity, it, which,-if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy- induces those chronic forms of disease Con
simiptii'm; Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry thorn
toancaily grave or render them invalids for life. Many ol
the fait est and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
wasjust bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the cllects of obstruction, and the want ofa remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
It' is not oiTered as a cureof allills that Hesh is heir to,
but as a remedy aud prevenfive'for a certain class'of com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
ibrth, pr (hat nicdicinedirected with expeKencennd skill can
.perform. Soldby SCOV1L & MEAD,
111 Chartres street. New Orleans.
-General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed. ,
PiaLADELPIIIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15
years ago by DR.K1NKELIN. Theoldest, surest snd
best hand to cure all tonus of secret diseases of the skin, and
solitary lmbits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN, N. W. comer
of Third and Union streets, bettveeu Spruce and Pine, one
and a lialfsquares from the Exchange, 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 wilh
theooy'to manhood, und -which, if uot abandoned in due
time, not only bvgeLs serious obstacles to matrimonial hap
piness, but giies rise to a series of protracted, insidious and
devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this
jkrnicious practico arc aware of the consequences, until they
bn'd the nervous sv stem is shattered, feci strange and unac
countable feelings", vague fears iu the mind. The individual
becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed vig
or, or to apply his mind to study; hisstep is tardy and weak;
be isdull anil irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the
eves without natural lustre, ahamefacedness is. apparent.
'lliCit are tymjitvim which thoxdd aiciitn the attention of
the eimiJarli aflicUJ.
If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay, and
having relinquished the odious practice, be suffers under
those. terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame
him, projucing mental aud physical prostration. If he
emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst,
and enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and his
senses tell him that this is caused by bis eai ly follies.
Too many think they will hug the secret to their own
hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal
delusion, and how many a premising youth, who might have
been au ornament to society, has foiled from the earth!
Young Jlcn! Let no false modesty deter you from
making vour caG known to one who, from education and re
spectability, can alone befriend you. He uho places himsell
under Dit. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide
his honor as a irentleman, and in whose bosom will be fur
ever locked the secret of I he patient.
Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make
personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to
getherwith all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid.) fiave
lonvarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines,
appropriated accordingly, and bo cured at home.
Strictures of the urctha, weakness and constitutional de
bility, pi oinptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters
A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad
dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, 'will secure his book
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. sep!4 wly
TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.
SEYJIOUR'S OALYANIC ABDOMINAL
SUPPORT K K. A new remedial Agent, or a
a new-method ofapplvinganold an ) most popular one, is
now presented I ) tbe Prolesslon, and through it to ill who
are atliictcd, with diseases requiring the application ol O Ah
VAXISM,sucli as Amenorhea; Chlorosis; Dysmenorehea;
Prolapsus Uteri; l.euchorliea; Hysteria; I.uuibsgv; or pain
tn the back, Dyspepsia, (dependant on atony of the stumach)
weakness from any cause of ths nrvoi:s or muscultr sys
tem, aud all kindred affections. To the Physicians ills
enough to say, this Instrument is so constructed, that a gen
tle Galvanic current Is made to pafs through an organ, a
rouslnaud stimulating it to healthy action, thus assisting
audoft n superceding other remedies. (See opinions of iho
best authors of the day. Medical Journals, and M. D's. in
Nashville and other cities using Iho instrument.) Itis tbe
most scientifically constructed Abdomiual Supporter, vet
invented, which will ba apparent to any scientific man on
inspection it is so constructed that either its galvanic or
mechanical support may be dispensed with, as may belndi
catedby each case. Physicians ball It as a potent allyincom
baltingsnnie of the most troublesome of diseases, which of
tju tax their patience and sWill.
Seymour's OlistctrienI Snunortcr.
This is used to brace and suttiiln Ladles' In lhat most try
ing hoar" or life. "Labor." No tady anticipating this ordeal,
would thlnv of dispensii gwllhlts use, If tbev knew one half
itsadvantages. It places under the control otitic paticnlall
tho aid she requires. No accuucher can maintain his obste
trical practice, who docs not use it, when ltsefilcacy has been
male known to the public,
i BhYMOUR'S PLACKNTA FOHCKPS. This Instrument
has onl to be scon, to be approved and appreciated. (See
I M. D's in Nashville and olherplaecs using them ) All or
1 dcrs addressed to E. D. PAYNE,
I care of Berry t Demoville, N'a.hvllle, Tenn.,
from the Stales of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ala
bama, Goor-la, Florida. Mississippi, Louisiana, 'lexas, or
Arkansas, for either of the above Instruments, will meet with
uiey canaiso ucuaa ai tue louoivmg nouses:
J. G HUOWN'S, II. G. SCOVEIAS, W. F. GRAY'S, J.
M. ZIMMERMAN'S, G. W. HENDEItSllOT'S. Mrs. R. A.
CO. US', No.CS Norm Market St., and C. A. H0UINSON A
ruarS '54 Cm
BELL AND BRAS3 FOUNDRY.
ONFJtOXT, NEAR BROAD SrAJCXT.
THE Subscriber respectfully returns bis
fra thanks to the public for past favors, and so
J licits a continuance of patronage iu the above
COPPER AND SHEETIRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ic Packings, ltalbit Metal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumpsof eve.
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copperana Drass.,
TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS
"TUST received from a regular importer of TEAS in Phil-
500 lbs Imperial and Gun Powder Teas;
100 " dc,
Kr'sh and ofa superior quality for sale by
rt,, 1L K. ItELIj. College sL
n nvr fiwiS!irflF.S W'e have received a few
(jf morecascs of Gum 0ver-5hos latest styles for U-
dies and uenuemen. naanuu uuv.-
feboo o. 42, College st.
N AND AFTER SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH
1 ..!!.. All 11 HI II 1 u .. . ..... . n rti -if
s .,..i;., TViin leitl lave Warlrace at fi.SO A, M.
Arrive at Nashville at 10.15. Returning, leave Nashville
at 8 P. M. Arrive ' ot .Wartrace at 6.40 .daily, (Sunday ex-
.cepted.) t -- -i- ' i""""
tJP- VT' -tosV
I 5th, the I'ossenger Tram win leave nasuvino ; o
clock, A.M.,(insteadof 5. as at present), and arrive at
Chattanooga at 5 P, M. Returning, leave Chattanooga at
U'.M. and arrive -at Nashville at 10 P. M.
NASHVJEDLjS, TEOT: WEDNESDAY,
t i . h i. . i - rr r . . . . . ..r...--..
1 TBAQTj OF SAIiSPAKILLA AND IQD1DE 0t" Py"
1 ,i?SA. Inpreseriuiig to rto notice and acceptancrj or the
i w iunaiuu nuu ui LiKT ruiii r FcuHniiiT inn flikir
generally the above
Patent rlsiit to onhancethR rilniitfnli-
"wish to .conceaj froniariy thetnpwlodgeofltsinsredlents
nfiaiu I'uLnicv-onuueucaanaiavor. iiewoaiasim
rjyi"f!0' t!lat auPPthecary, he has been for vears In
Uu habit ofprcparn;, under the. directions ofcentteuieu of
eminence In the medical profcelon, both in Keniuckvand
Tenoesseoj tho above Coinponnd. Familiar with lhe" best
melhods of displacement, end.wilh theadvantaces of a large
and powerful apparatus, he has'sought to combine together
tue tried and known t'lrlnnn of nrin.i.n.tiiM. nr ii.a m-ii..
lia AledicaiiiiSuch proportion, and in tnch cheap and dura-
5L'Ii?2Hft certain auff wonderful
I ;f,"fa"li!"!aBy,""S expenenco, not for every disease
I that nesh I heir io. but.lor alarx -i-... n
. ObstlnaievTetter, Ring Worms, Sore Eves, Scald Head, Si '
nVillllti. firn..i ...1 ii . . . . : J.
........11. uiiiuiueis uuu uiuer uiscaes oi tne ss in and uiood
that resist tha usual treatmeht. lln ivin .iiht4.iti-.t Kv nin
very beet or evidence hera in ourCily its efficacy in'Ncr-
uu-auu uniiriiiuuui ilv. in i Tninnn tv hcnmi.i. nr..
rnatlon of the Kidneys. Rheumatism, &c., Ac. Itis conll.
dently recommended In Diseases Peculiarto remales. such
as i-eucorrn.-e or whiles. .sannressclMenidrnatlnii. Chloro
sis or Greensickness. Withoutennmeratingfurther.be Is
content tostato androni the result already before him, ho
makes the declaration wilh nmnbn.i. nmi in ill imik (i;.t
im vuiivvesneis ononng to ine world a reliable and certain
remedr forthst formidable evil nfTCtiK.. n.i Kin. nr.vit
.uo .-iruiuia. in an us proican tuapej, wnotner couaned a
loneand manlfe.ted iu the separate tissues of the body, oi
whether it pervades the entire system.
xuaanovo medicine can be obtained at the Drug Stores of
v. r-. UKAY, KW BROI HERS,
STKETrir& FLEMING, II. G. SCOVliL,
J.G.BROWN, BERRY & DEMOVIL.
G. V HEXIlKHSItnTT
Orat the Depot, No. 3, Broadway, Nashv llle, Tonn.,
utti.. J WW j,. , vv II.I.IA.VIM.
DR. JOHN BULL.
NEW AND VALUABLE.
Tnx most powerful King on the face of the globe now
"reigns supreme in the American Republic. The power
of the crowned heads or Europe sink into insignificance
when compared to that or our American King.
.European Kings employ the power vested in them to
increase the riches or the rich and lordly, and to reduce
to greater misery and degradation the poor and depen
dent. Our American King goes forth with equal wiUliig
nsss to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready alike
to administer relief and to offer health and happpincM
to the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor.
DR." JOHN BULL'S
GREAT AMERICAN KING
It the Tistii Woxnxa or Tas Would, and the greatest
blessing ever offered to afflicted humanity; to the suffering
millions, the Doctor can say, relief is at your command.
You have only to use this magical remedy. All those
who still suffer, and will not accept the proffered balm,
deserve riot the pity of their families.
This wonderful medicine, during the brier period since
Its introduction, has carried happiness to the hearts cf
thousands, and made life a charm to many who heretofore
regarded it only as a painful and miserable existence.
To the winds with all Liniments, Embrocations, rain
Killers, and Pain Extractors, and let millions ot glad
tongues proclaim the merits or tbe great " American
King of Pain," a preparation composed solely or vegeta
bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and
We would ask the Ladies, who are always competent
judges of what is and what is not a valuable ramlly medi
cine, to do us a special favor by giving the King or i'ain
a single trial, and ir satisfactory, exert their inQurnra
la its behaU", recommend it, speak well and often of it,
and see that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. Tho
Ladies are always charitable, and when they induce their
suffering rriends to use this really valuable medicine,
they will be doing an act of benevolence that they can
well be proud of. This is a powerful and truly magical
remedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, burns,
&c, and for many internal afflictions, it is a certain cure,
yet it is perfectly harmless, and incapable of producing
the least injurious effects iu the mo&t delicate cases or
the weakest constitution.
It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out
system of publishing to the public thousands of certifi
cates or wonders performed by this medicine. It costs
but twenty-five cents to try it ; and Dr. Hull stakes his
well-earned reputation on the King ot Pain doing all and
more than he claims for it.
We would -ask, have you the Rheumatism or Gout:
these are not pleasant companions, and we know that
you would like to drive them away as soon as possible,
" BULL'S KING OF PAIN.-"
Would you be cured almost immediately, or Bowel
Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera, Mor
bus, Cramp Colic, Head Ache, Tooth, or any other ache
or pain, the remedy is simple and the cure certain.
USE THE GREAT KINO OF PAIN.
Would you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat
It, use the
MAGICAL KINO OF PAIN.
Would yon he cured ot Scald Head, Stiff Joints, Sore
Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or Ring
Worm, Salt Rheum, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped
Hands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, wo
say again and again, louc kixidt Is Dr. John Bull's
"KING OF PAIN."
Would you be cured or King's Evil, Cancer, Tumors,
Eruptions, or any disease of the Skin caused by impuro
blood, theu use Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla internally,
and the King or Pain externally, nothing can be mors
certain than a speedy and effectual cure.
DH, JOHN BULL'S
Finn Czoss Sikxxt, Oar Dooa srxow Mirx,
OUT THE UNITED STATES.
. F. GRAY, Agent.
N obedienoe with an interlocutory decree of the County
Court, of Fentress County, at the January Term of
1854, 1 will offer for sale oatbe Srst Saturday in May next,
the following tracts of land, viz:
An undivided inoitty ol 5000 acres ot land in district
No. 0, on lhe waters of Clear Fork, granted to John M.
Clemens aud N. W. Williams, grant No. C3'.'0; also one
tract lying on the waters of Crooked Creek, containing 50
acres and granted to J, M. Clemens, by grant No. 2095; also
all the interest ofa tract of PJ0 acres mi the waters of Kock
Castle Cieck, in district No. 3, grant 4l'9. belonging to said
Clemens: also 10UO acresonihe waters of White Oak, ad
joining the land of Thurmoa's heirs, grant No. G1I5; also,
S00 acres on Wlule UaK, grant t.'joi; aiso, -jou acres on ine
wulers ot Hock Castle, tp-anlo. Wfinl-io, 1UO on iini
on both sides of the lirewster tract, prai.t 11407; also, 100
acres lying on the waters of 1 cllow Creek, grant No. G104;
also, Soacres on the Clear Fork, grant No. Oil 0; also, 100
acres on the watcrsof East Fork, grant No A 105; also, one
tract of 1500 acres lying on the waters of Rock Castle,
grant No. 54S5; also one tract of 1500 acres lying on lhe
waters oi nocK Liasue, gram, .vu.oic-si aiso, --ti uhwuh miu
Creek, grant No. 502 also, 50o0; also. 200 lying on Kock
Castle, also, 5000 acres lying on thcwateis ot Crooked
Creek, grant No. C41S; also, 5000 acreson While Oak, grant
No. 0l2o; alio, 200 acres on the waiers 01 vv line uax, gram
No G too; also, 000 acres lnni on Rock Castle ard Poplar
Cove Crick, grant No. CJU.S; also, 00 acres va 31ill Creek,
grant No. bios; also, 50i0 acres lying on lhe waters of
Clear Foikand New River, grantNo. 6421;aIso, 200 acres
I ui"- on Mill Creek, grant .Vi. U4w; aifo, wro acres on me
waters of Last Fork, Rranl No. C 122; also, 5000 acres on
East Folk, grant :. 102; also. 5000 acreson the waiers of
Obids and Wolr liver, grant No. 6111: also, 5000 acres on
White Oak and Obids mcr, grant 6413; al-o5(00 acres ly
ins on Clear Fork, cr.int No. tvtlfi: also, 5000 acres lying
on Crooked Creek aud ( lcar Fork, grant No. ill 17.
All the above lands lying 111 lentiess coiintv, lennessee,
nud nil nf said lands an known as the Clemen s hind. The
terms of sale of tbe said lands aie bound to bring tho min
ium nrice which can lie sppiiin the County Clciks otlice ol
said county, and one-fourth of the purchase monies is to be
paid down und the rcmaindcron the terms of one and two
1 ... 1 :i- 1 : 11
years, lor which are required note ana security , mm m uu
cases a lien retained on the land, until the payment of the
purchase money. DAYID C. TRAVIS, Clerk, by
R. T. UILDRETII, Dept Cleik.
Jamestown, febl5 '54 w
NELSON'S GELATIN LOZENGES.
THESE Lozenges are strongly recommended totbe pub
lic, particularly invalids, as they will find them re
freshing und nourishing, instantly removing dryness of the
mouth and throat. Sold wholesale and retail by
feb-25 GEORGE GREIO.
OFFER FOR SALE .UV I'ARJI LYING
on the .Middle Franklin Turnpike Koad, Gve miles south-
west from Nashville, containing 475 acres, 1G0 or i0 of
which is iu woodland, the balanca in n high state of culti
vation, with a comfortable brick dwelling and other neces
sary out buildings, Willi three never failing springs of most
excellent wattr. Any one wishing to see the farm can do
soatanytiinebycallingonme, where I will always be
ready to conduct them over it.
mirl2-wlm JOHN JOHNS.
-VTEW GOODS. WALL PA
i received, chcapestcominm and
PAPERS Now being
nne uoia, auver, satin,
steamer 1 eat man.
o.zuu pieces ungbzed Walt Taper
2,150 pieces glazed Wall Paper.latcst designs..
Deautiful variety cf Borders and Mouldinjrs large lot
of Fire Screens and Window Papers, low for cash, at
Wholesale and Retail. W. W. FINN,
No 41 Market street, between Union und the Square.
N. U. Paper Hanging done in tho bost manner.
The Medical Society of the State of Tennessee will
bold its next Annuil Meeting at Nashville, on thg first
Wednesday in April next. Afit'l and interesting meeting
- FELIX ROBERTSON, M. D., President.
MAKQH 29, lgp
COItDiAL. a Phenomonftrffn Mo3icIne.
aild Lift fonitUVmi,.-. a
it Health Restored
DK. Miil'Shis iXVinnutTivi! uimli t... -
, -; - " " " - " - .... . ... V l.i, lit All. tiOKin.il.
For centuries, M.dlcal science lias, been ran.ac.ing the
vegetable and mineral Sfqgdems.in search'ofabmMhtnlthAt
should restore U10 lost or. decaying-'euergleaoC th rrvbu
and muscular systouitj.wjthout thedrawback or subsequent"
piostration, which all slimiilanls, tonTcs,;'anU'narcotIcj had
heretofore entailed. Thai something bis bteu found, Itis
q vegetable production, brought from the- slur lie desert ol
Arab.a the Stony.bjlho celebrated FrofessorM. MoW.'wcll'
knowriu a distinguished meniBcror tho leading scientific
societies 01 we uid world, and equally distinguished as 1
physician, a rhemut.ind a traveler. The luices of this herb
concentrated and combined with other vtgctobfo WSJIclnal
extracts, are now producing result heretofore unheard or,
u .m, ur aiiyovuurcouniry. Aioirsi me Lroperuea attribu
ted to Prof. MOUSE'S INVlOOKATlSOliLlXIK OR COK
DIAL were deemed fabnloni. Tho -public often deceived
coald not believe the simple aad'tubllms truths 'announced
by the discoverer., But facts, undeniable, facts, attested by
witnesses of the hlghe.l chus end character, am now in-
umphlue over -all- ilnuhis. INftRKlilTl.t rv r iivr
Mstab' " ' " -?ci y - 8
The ELiim remedies, in all ,sej, tho' deptorable evils
aritingfrom a mrsuse orabuio- il.bo various organs which
inane upuie wonjorrulmaoii, c called man. It restores to
'til vigor every 'deucate fuvdou connected wilh that niys.
ler.v,us compound agency or matter and mlud, necessary to
.v-iiiouucbiou 01 unman ine. 10 persons 01 leebie in us.
culsrlramo, or deficient In vital power, Itis recommended
as tho only racans or communicating that onrrgy'wliieh Is
necessary to the proper enjoyment.of all tin natural appe.
tltes; as well as the hizher mental attribute... ti. l,.,n.rtlnl
effects are nntconBiled toeMiersoiorto anVage! Tho fee'
1,1 ,1 n .1 1 1, !,.. ; r . . 1. 1 . 1 . . . ... , '
biii,.iiw ninuj; viiD,vuoii8iioea,eruevateayoain,Laoover
worn man bf busluess,he viotim ofnervous depression, the
Individual safferlug-from geueraT debility, or from the
Wiatnnil. nf n sl.if.ln nmi n' M.tltl.,1 t.ri. i:.i. i . -
manont relijf lrom the useorthlsiBeorcrarahlK
Tothoso who have a predisposition to paralysis it will prove
acomplelo and unrolling safeguard against that terrible mal
j - jiiuiuaiwuidiij, iciiujii. ..uu uava so -inueu wim
tbeir constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the"
reach of medicine. Let not oven these despair. Hie Elixir
.deals with disease as it ovists, without reference to causes,
win. nMiiiwtiiiii, icmumiuo uisoruer men, nns
Rebuild thclIroUen Constitution.
The derangements or the system, leading to nervous dis
eases, and the rurraa of nervous disease itse!f.ar oiiomapl.
oils that it would require a column to enumerate the inahv.
uies lorwuicn mis preparation Is a speclUe. A few, how.
over, may be enumerated, viz: neuralgia, tic dolere'arix,
headache, incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpitation or the
heart, spinal affections, muscular debjlity, tremoas, llata.'
lence, a pricking sensation in tho flesh, numbness, torpidity
or the liver, mental depression, weakness r-rths will, indls-.
position to move, talutness arterpxercise, broken sloep and
tarrirj ing dreams, inability to remain ju one place or posi
tion, weakneis of thu procreative organs, sexual lneoiupe-'
teuey, melancholy, nlonomanla, lluor albut, sinking at. the
stomach, feuiale ltregularilies, a chronic tendency to mis
carriage, emaciation, and all complaints grewliig outora
rreo indulgence r the passions, and all barrenness that.
does not proceed lrom organic causes beyond the reach of
Whenever tho organs to be acted uponare fro from rial
formation orslriclural diseases It I averred that
Morse's Invigorating Elixir.
will replace weakness with strength, Incapacity with eScIcn
cy, Irregularity with umrorm and natural activity, and this
uot only without hm.irdof reicllou, but with a happy ffect
on tbe general organization. Jr- Ucar la mind that, all
maladies, wherever they begin, finish' w lib tho nervous sys
tem, and that the paralizatlon of tha nerves of motion an
sensation is physical death. Bear in mlud also, that for ovo.
ry Kind or nervous diseaiu the Kllxtr Cordial is theonlv to.
liablo preparation known.
jure 01 nervous uncases.
No language can cnuvey an adequate idea of the Inime.lt.
ateaud almost miraculous change which It occasions Iu tbe
diseased, debilitated and sha'tered nervoussvstem, whether
brokendown by excess, weak by nature, or impaired bv tick.
nesSjUie unstrung and relaxedorganizatlonisatuncdbraced
revivified and built up. Tno me.ital and phisteal svmtoms
of net vous dlsealo vaulsh together under Its luHueuee. Nor
isthotffoct temporary; on liiu contrary, tho rollul Is perma
nent, for lhe cordial urooertles of tbo muiIlctnH reneh 11,
constitution Itself, and restore It to its norms) condition.
well may lhe preparation be calleutho,'
.ucuiciuiil tt ondor.
of the nineteenth century. It Is, as the'Critscl'e'ntlflc man In
the world would have admitted, thatmiraclo Of medicine
herctof.iro sujiposed to have no exi.tauco
A Mimuiant that PJutails No Re-Action.
tsroi'ee is uuverextianded. as Is th-teaso with .mintn- .in.
holic preparations, and all olher excitants. The effect of
these 13 brief, and it may well be slid of him who lakes them,
(udm...m,iiji iini.ui.un ur.u mail me arsu ' J.avllltt
Klixlr Is au exhllerant without asinledrawbact nsfo1i.li.
operation, verpelualln Its happy Influence upon the nerves
ue uiiiiu,auu mu ejmre oranizauou; it wiu&iso remove de
pressions, excitement, a tendency to blush, sleeplessness,
dlsllko of society, Incapacity for study or butlnoss.
lioss 01 Jlemorv.
Confusion, giddiness, rush of blood to the head, melancholy,
menu! debility, histerl;. wretchedness, thuurnts of aalriln.
struction,rear oriusaiiity,byochondrIa;ls,dyspep,ia gene
ral prostration, irTitabiitty, uerrousness, Inability to sltep,
disuaseslncident to lemales, decay oflbe propogttlnganc
tinns, hysteria, monomania, vague terrors, palpitation of tbe
heart, impoteucy, constipation, etc., etc, from whatever
cause arising it is, if there Is any reliance to be placed on hu
man testimony, nbsolutelj infallible.
A t.reai .uetuciuc tor I eraales,
Tho unparalleled effects of this creat restoradre. In al
complaints incident to females, nsaik anew era in the an
nuls 01 meaicice- inourauds or stimulants have been in
vented thousands of iuvlgiirants concocted allnaroorttni.
lobe siiecitfei iu the various diseases and ddrangeineula to
-which lhe delicalo formation of woman render heritable.
Ilia result bat noretotore been uniform. Tueso nostrum
have indeed imparted a momentary vivacity to tho nervous
system, a transient and delusive viOr to tho muscles; tat
this flash of relief has been succeeded" ly a depression and
prostration greater than .before, aud Ibe end baa too often
been utterly 10 paralvzelhe rucuimrallvoiiowerorthnnurv...
ami the vital organization, aud finally to destroy Iho unaitnor
patient, Butin 4"
is presented as a phenomena in tbe materia mcdlca hitherto
unheaM of a stimulant without a reaction.
The herb which foims Us malu Ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all Iho great medical and uharmaecnllcal inslttu.
tlor.sof Europe to belli this respectul generis. Dr; .Morse,
whuseuamo is an undisputed authority Iu sciences, discov
ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exci
ted by the wonderruily Invigorating effects It pr iduced upon
the natives. Infactthewnuderfalpoweror endurance, lhe
exhaustless vigor exhibited l.y iho Arab, or both sexes, iu
their desert pilgrimages, b attributable 10 the uso of this vi
All appeal It made to
Every Woman of Sense.
who suffers froiu weakness.deracgement, uervousnoss, tre
mors, pains lu the back, or anyother disorder. whelheme.ru-
liar to her sex, orcoiamon in both fixes to give tbe luvigo-
rauug i.oruiai a uiai.
orothers, will SndlhlsCorulil artertbey have used abottl
or two,a thorough regenerab'.r1 or lhe system, inalldiree-
uocs are 1000 ioun 1 me nappy parents ol heaiuiy offspring,
who would not have been so, but lor this extraordinary prep
aration. Aud It isenually polent for the many-diseases for
which 11 is recommended. Thousands of vouna men hare
been icstoredby usiaglt, aud uotin a sUigle Instance has It
ailed to bencui mem.
Persons of Pale Complexion.
or consumptive habits, aro restored by tlieuaeof abottleor
two 10 bloom and vigor changing the skin from a pale,yel
lotr, sickly color, to a beautiful Unrid complexion.
J o tne :iiisguiueii,
These aresoraeof tho sad and lu'elancholr effects produced
by early habits or youth, viz. weakness or tho back and
limbs, pains in the head, dimness or sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation or tho heart, dyspepsia, ncrvnusirritabll
ily, derangemtutof the digestive Inactions, general dvblltty,
symptoms of consumption, &c.
.Mentally, tbo fearful elects on the mind are much to be
dreaded. J.ossof memory, confusion of ideas, depression of
spirits. evil foro-bodings, aversion to society, self distrust,
love oro1itnde.ticiidlty,&c.,areiome ot the evils produced
Jicforc Contemplating- marriage.
should relied that asound mind and body aro the moslnec-
essary requisites to promote counuoiai Happiness; lnueod,
without these, tho journey through life becomes a weary pil
yrimaire. the prospect hourly darkens the view; the ml nd be
comesshaJnwed with despair, and filled wlthhe melancholy
rejection mat uu nupiuuess 01 uuuuici uvlouivts uiiguieu
Parents and Guardians.
Are often misled with respect to the causes and sonrces o
diseasesin thelrsons;ndwards. Hownfien do they ascribe
toothercauiesof wastingof the frame, idiocy, madness, pal
pitation of the heart, bidigesllon, derangement of tho nor
voussystem, cough and symptoms Indicating consumption,
when the truth is, that they have been Indulging lu a perni
cious though alluring practice, destructive both to mind
Pa. Morse's IsviooaaTisa Cokdul has been counter
feited by some unprincipled persons.
In future aQ tliegenuine Cordial will have the proprietors
rac-sliulle pasted over thocrkof each bottle, and tho fol
lowing words blown In theglass
"DK. MOUSE'S INVIGOKATI.NG COKDIAL,
C. II. EIXG, PHOPK1ETOK, N.Y."
TTT' Tho Cordial Is put up highly concentrated, in pint
Fiuci S3 60 per bott'c; two for 33 OK six ror S12 on.
C. If. KING, PKOPKIKTOK,
19J Eroadway,New Voik.
Sold by Druggists throughout the Unitsd .States, Canada
and West Indies and also by AV.P.f.ltA Y, succesor to
Cartwright.tt Armstroiig.cornerotilarketand Broad streets,
'ashville,Tenuessee. loctiC d wilCra
AGENTS FOR MORSE'S CORDIAL.
J. M. Zimcrman, Jlarket st, Nashville.
J. W. Nelson, Murfrecsboro'
A, M. Goodloe, Woodbury.
.Tas. R. Stone, McMinnville.
Deery & Majors, Shelbyville.
FOX & POLIIEMUS,
59 Broad Street, Comer Bearer, New-Ycrk,
OJer for &de the following Heavy Cotton. Fabricr.
NEW-ENGLAND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all
numbers, hard and soft; also all the various widths of
Canvass manufactured at this establishment comprising cv
ery variety knonn fo tho trade, and offered at the lowest
UNITED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and
Mount Vernon Extra. A full assortment of this superior
vTIXIMANTIC COTTON DUCK 10, 1?, 20 and 22
inch, all numbers, hard and soft This fabric was awarded
the highest Premium at the London World's Fair, also at
our own State Fair.
SHIP AND BEAR MARK DUOK riain and twilled,
manufactured by tbe Greenwood's Company, a superior ar-
licie ior iigub suns, lenus, uwnius. v.c: also, jioirnt v er
noa Twilled Ravens, Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phoonix
Mills; Light Cotton Itaveos, plain 22 to 27 inclr; Heavy, do.
COTTON SAIL TWINE -A full assortment
TARPAULINS. HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, &c
PAPER FELTING SO to 72 inch, made very heavy,
expressly for drier felts.
CAR COVERING Cotton Canvass,.nll widths, from 50
to 130 inches, and all numbers, made expressly for cover
ing and roofing railroad cars, is perfectly und permanently
water-proof, and more enduring than the car itselC
ElfASTELLIKC CANVASS-SO, BS, 40, 47 and 00 inch
plain and twilled, in every variety.
BAGS AI D BAGGING Of every, description. Stam
less Dogs, iiT-o whole, all size, in bales of 100, 2iHlaud
500; combudng strength, ntiiily and cheapness, fur grain
and meal, are unsurpassed.
Also, heavy Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Canrass,' 6 thread
Warji and Filling; heavy twilled, do, da,. 20, 22, 40, and
Silr.eh : -
.WOOL SACKS woven whole allstzes, a new and dcsira
v.t.. - r..ifrMir,' '
UIGIU.IVH. -'J V. ' " 1
' tZ. a i!1.TeTe SSsavllVVVV . - ..
- - -j 7 , -ww, ""i. yaasvh iusi
UlKUULAit SAWixfrouiUioariial esI fo tha lar."
sizes, just received and Tor said Br - -
TALIS- JV CUNNING DAM,.
marS,. , v,,, 47 fla.ireet.
h 1.1 11 ? A?0S AND STROPS-i20U dozen Wade 4
lUutchtrieolebrateil Itovrs. among which "a &ae s
ifut ot ARR,VNTD RAZ0RS..in cases of one pair
each t,r private .rcser also a further additional stoct of Bar
Jl; sof Etcher's Karor Simps, a new
1 -- "Lt- aructe. f ALL A CILVNINllHAlL
j&XxBKRT COOH & CO.
iTANTJFACTIIEERS AKTl TMrmwrTro n
OPTICAL, MATHE.UATICAL AND SCR
NO. 9 JOHN STRlCBT, NEW Y0R1C
FRESH EMPORTATIONS FOR SPRING
J. F. D UNTO TV..
preparea io oner tne iraae one 01 ice most ex-
-a- wisive Mucsjjoruoodseveroheretlia this market As
regarus variety, quality and prices, I can offer erealer in
uucements than unr 'other house, havlmr taken all a.!r.nl.
s ... my selections as well as) Insight, am prepared to
supply mv former customers nn.l ml.im..l, in
low unces. We would sav- anil anni nt K.
-ioretnuktnevourselectioni. I .h.lf mniimu . i...i,-.,.
Salesij usual. Jeans. Feathers., Ueeswax and Uingseng,
.wuwjjc iui ywuz uv iuarikei prices.
febSft'g No. 51. Public Sqaare-
svr 4 t 'v m, . .....
c iu,v o) theabove m froodevder;
fJJ 1 75 boxes Cheese, suitable for the Su
21-0 lOcou ft uls. 111st received:
20- foxes assorted pickles, fresh; '
5' bbU Cranberries, "
,. 6 boxes Lemons,
For sal at J. G.;A a ROBERTSONS,
march j'5-t ' ' Broadway.
N. nuoiita, ..t. iucxs, w. u. casus.
Laid of Tenn. . Late qf Nashville, Late or Columbia
RHODES, HAGEX, & CO.,
F0EWARDINO AND COMMISSION HZHXHAXTS,
Ai. 3-1 fytaiiiorcttrtil, J&tt tide, btljio Second,
Will give special attention to Forvvardinz Goods. Pro-
uuco, eui;aisitoioe purcuase anu sate ot all kinds or Fro
unce, and. articles 01 uixciixan tnd 1 ittsbuuo Maunfac
tures. l!e er fo Nashville Merchants generally
JAMES COLLINS A CO., PitUounr. For
'itUourg-, forwarding Agents.
jou I d t iv t vv bin.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
COUNTY COUItT OF DAVIDSON.
.March Tenn, 1851.
Win. Waller and bis wile Catharine against Geo. D. Ham-
leu, .tarn r, and ntiieis.
T apiieai ing tiifht Court at the present term of lhe Coan
. ty Court ot said county, from proof in the above causa.
that S. Johnson and his wife, Patsey Johnson, forrnerlr Pat.
sey Earheart, are. uon-resideuts of the State ofTennesse. ao
.! - ..r 1... ri...... . 1 1
. viii.wrt.j .vkii wi ....a nwi . uvtiiiiiv ueserveu ou
them. Itis thcreli-h; ordered bv the (Vmrt Hint ll. Pt.lr
aud Masxcr'oi this Court uolify tlieSaid defendants Johnson
and wife by publication hi siiiie newspaper published in the
city of Nashville for lhe space of thirty days, requiring
said defendants to up; cor al the May term, 1S54, of this
Court, to be hidden ut the Court-house in Nashville on tbe
Drsl Holiday )n said May next, to plead, answer or demur
to the.bill tiled in this cause, nr the said wiil be taken for
confessei', and set for hearings jurfaat said term sf this
Smiley and Maney, Solicitors for Complainants.
F. R. CHEATHAM,
marlO 1m. CAM of Davidson County Coart
VALUAIILE NEGROES FOR SALE. By
viitue ofa decree of ti e County Court of Davidson
County, rendered at tlie February term, 1854, in the case
or Wm.N.Phipps, etui, vs. Alexander WwGray.elal, I will
offer fir sale at the Court-house, in the towu ot Nashville on
Saturday the first day cf April uexf, lhe following young
negroes 'o wis:
Eliiha aged about 2$ years,
Morris, aged about.. ....................20 years.
Fred, do do ., n
l-cwis do do ........................ 13 "
Judo, do ' do 14 "
Said negroes belong to the estate of Robert Plnpps, Je
ceaicd.and are sold for distribution, upon the following
terms to wiu Upon a credit of 12 months, except the sum of
50, to be paid iu cash, notes with good security required.
marlo '54-td F. R. CHEATHAM, C. M.
SA L E.
BY virtue ot a decree of the County Court of Davidson
County, reudcred at tbe March termIS51. in lhe case
of Isaac Saunders, ctal, vs. James Mitchell, et aL I will
oflt-r Tor sale on the premises on Friday, the 31st day of
March, 1S54, a tract of Ijiod, containing 105 acres more or
less, lying in theJhird civil district of Davidson county,
near Hurricane Creek, about two miles from lhe Murfrecs
boro' Turnpike, and about 12 miles from Nashville.
ALSO At' the Same time aud place the following ne
groes to wit
r.iten, aged about.
Saidproreifv belongs to the estate of James Mitchell.
deceased, aud is sold for distribution.
TERMS Tlte negroes will be sold upon a credit of 13
uionlhs, and the land upn a et edit of 1 and 2 years, except
the sum of J 150 to be paid in cash, notes with good secur
ity reipiired, uud a lien to be retained on the land, until the
notes arc paid, F. R. CHEATHAM,
marlO'At-td Clerk A Master.
IN pursuance of a decree ot the Chancery Court at Nash
ville, niadc in the case of Jacob McGavock and others,
complainants, against V. K. Stevenson and others defen
dants I shall proceed to sell at public auction, at the-Conrt-Hcuse
in Nashville, unless previously sold at private
sale on Saturday tbe first day of April next: that valuable
tract ol L.A.NLJ belotipug lo lbe estate 0! iliign YY. ilcUa
voelr. dee'dforso much aim.iv be necessarr totuvthe
debts) lying about one mile below Nash ville, and adjoining
the lands of Lvsauder McGavock, aud Dr David S. Mc
Gavock. It win be sold on credit of ime. two and three
j cars, with interest Notes with good security payable in
name, and a lien retained on tne property nil payment 01
the notes. Sold without redemption. The land is laid off
in Iota lo suit purchasers. JACOB McOAVOCK,
le dua inisiee.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, DAVIDSON COUNTY COURT,
March Term, 185 1.
James Wright and others, 1
ts. V Order of Publication.
Agnes Sfarkie and others )
TN this cause, it appearing lhat two of the defendants, 10
wilr WilliiLin lluit and JiHenh Hurt, bare left the State.
aud that the usual process of the court cannot b served
upon tbem, it was ordered irtaipuuucaiion ue maue in sumo
newspaper for thirty days, requiring said defendants to
appear at the Courthouse iu Nashville ou the first Monday
iu April next, and plead, answer or demur tn,the bill, other
wise the same will bj token for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte.
. .1 11 .1 miniinfl 1.1 n. t-
incbV 54 1111 r. 1.. uiit,.vi ii.vJi. v,iei.
STATE OF TENNESSEE:
HAVIDSON COI.STY COURT,
MARCH TERM, li54.
Samuel Pinkerton.et al,
ts. f order 01 puoucauon.
Allen Pickard,i wife et al. J
f N this cause it appearing to ine .sansiact 1011 01 ine uoort
i. that Cager Stark, and bis wife una Stark, formerly
Anna Piukerton two of the defendauti. aie lion residents
of this State, and that the usual process of the Court can
not be served upon them. It wasoruered that publication
be made In some newspaper puuiisueu in .lasiivuie, ior
thirty days, requiring said defendants to come forward at
lhe May term of the Court; to be bolden at the Court
house in the town of Nashville, ou the first Monday in May
next, and plead, nm'wer or demur to the bill, or the same
will betaken for confessed as to them and set for hearing
The contents of lhe bill being an application for the sale
of land belonging to the estate of David Pinkerton, do
ceased, for dis'oibutiou.
maris '54 F. R. CHEATHAN. C A M.
A TRS MARTHA SLOAN would take this me-
lYL tbod of informing her fnendsand the pub-Ji
tlir lhat alia baa moved all of her Carriages. Ba
rouches, Buggies, Ac., to No. 6tf. Lower Market street, (it
being lhe well known Factory of F. Sloan, dee'd ,) wl!ve
she in vitcs her frieads and customers to examine her hr,
which consisU in part, or Carriolas, Rnrouchcs,
Conches, Euggies, Ac, it; aUof the most modern and
improved plans, whichshe is offeiing Tery low ror cosn, to
TKE INDIA EUBBER
Office 44 Cliff Street, New Ycri.
SOLE Manufacturers under Goodyear ' Patents, offer to
the Trade a Urge assi.rtment of India Knbber Dress
inir Combs Ladies' Tuck and Side Combs, Children s Long
Combs Ac., at the highest finish, and superior m elasticity
and durability to eambs of any other rualeriaL They feel
softer to the head than any other Comb, are not affected by
moisture or grease, and warranted. lo stand any climate, and
not to wsrp or split
For sale at the principal Comb Dealers m New Yorfc, and
at the Depot of the Company. feb5 "54 Smd.
A FEW COPIES
""vF.that beaatiful Song IhoV.SONOS FOR THE LITTLE
W l.Nfc3'.Yi IlUilK.
Just received br
'HAS V. SMITH, College t
"-' ' " AARON V. HROWN.
Corgressional and Political Speeches, and other. Writings
. ot Ex-Governor Aaron Y. Brown, of Tennessee. For
sale by , rnarli . CHARLES V- SMITH
perieneed cutters ami workmea arTSV.ed Althl
lisluiieut. and gentlemen can rely on hiiingvai
made when promise, and in tire most ljiiaiooabVj rstknTr
tlat . T.J. HOUGH'S.
Jn34'54 Cedar street.
A CARD. Dr. T. W. CONNER, ITsyaio-PaUiic' w ..
Dotanic Physician, bavins; returned from a recent
visit. nf business to California, again cfierahis Medical Ser
vices to tho Afflicted Public trusting the general aatis&ci
tionbeVi heretofore given will restore him his fui-une
liberal with mcreased Patronage.
Office on the corner of Uuibu and Summer st-rets: Resi.
denes 27 Sorn'mer street, between Dnaul and Church.
lew w 351.
JSAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY.
BY J. O. POINTa
Hon, A. H. U. Stuart, Stanton, Ya.
Dr. Jack Shackelford. Courtkcd, Ala. '
Hon. 3. J. Ormood, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
' DK J. Irrice. Mobile. Ala.
- J- J.MeMahon, Esq, New Orleans.
C0LB.C. Uurnett 1
H. M. Bradford. Eacp, 5- Abvrdeeu, Misa.
, Hon. S. Adams, J
Uon. J. A. Wilcox, I ... . . .
Hon. IL S. Focte7 f Mississippi.
Tampa. Florida. Jan.24 '54- It.
n uajvli, a nne assortment or
J French and American Paper
Uanrrines for Parlors. Halls. Dinm?
Booms. Chambers. Ac.
ALSO, a large lot of cheap un glazed Paper, DurOers;
Fire Screens, Window Curtains, ic, at
A.LAUAS A CORBET,
' Nashville Wall Paper Store, No. 2J College at.
IC. B. Paper Han ring nromullv attended to. varrantad
done in tbe best manner. an 25 '54 J
SEQUOYAH HO ITS E.
DR. II. ROUERTSONhaviDg leased fora term jW
of years this commodious and centrally lo- lutj
cated House, sitoated on the corner of Summer 3HM
and Church streets, convenient to tbe Railroad Depot, is
cow prepared to accommodate the travelltcg ptbitc, and
from fifty to one hundred day boarders, lie pledgra him
self to give entire satisfaction to, all who may favor him
with their patronage. feb2t triwAwtf
Ornca Cokxuz SrjHVut jlxb Uxiox STuna.
RES1D ENCE No. 33 Summer street next door but one to
Odd Fellows' HalL
Cases of Remedies and Rooks for km ilv cse eonataatlr an
hand. ' lianlS 4ta
-ffl BOXES St, Louis Sod Crackers, fresh;
IU IU bbls do do Butter do dot
10 bbls do do Water do doj
50 boxes assorted Raisins, M. It;
100 boxes Cheese, W-R. at Cincinnati prices;
50 boxes Glass Jan. assorted sizes, cheap.
20.000. Havana Cigars, for Nashville retail:
U'.IXW lb.' Caiidr at 10l Der lb., br wlmlesila.' 'onr mm
manufacture; and all other articles cheap in propu.- tlou.
feblS Broadway. No. 2S.
XAONIFIGIENT lot of FRENCH WORK Embroider
ies opeuiuJ thU day by K.C.McNAIRYACO.
OR RENT One Store Room, and two or three
I rooms iu the third storr back buildlmr uf thtr tow
block, corner of Cherry and Deaderick atreeta. Apply to
w J. Planning, or W. P. COOPER,
feb!7 tf At tbe ItuIHIne.
' O .VP too liuAhS Ao. i boan. received for sale by
fcbl." No-S. BroaoHar-
C "A LOVER AND FIELD SEEOS-50 HAKKEI.-i
J Clover Seed. luo bush.. Orehard Grass. lOObu'abeU
Blue Grass, 5 bbls Timothy Seed. For sale by
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
fbl5 No 8, Broadway.
Oft ION SiTlS io DHLS received and" fur sale by
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
feblS No. a. Bnwlway.
GKANIIERHIES-H) BARKKUjust received from
Cincinnati aud for sale bv
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
fcbl 5 Na 8. Hroadway
A1C1 OIL 25 UUli of superior nailty. j'lst re
ceived per Cumberland Vallev. and fnrsaleby
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
febl.. No. 8. Broad at
J51E FRUIT 20 BOXES Pie Fruit received and for
. sale by STEWART A WEAKLEY,
feblS No. V. Broad sL
for sale by
FLOUR 50 BAGS received and
No. 8. Broad si.
r-pEA-S 10 HALF Cheats Imperial and Gunpowder
JL Teas in metalie packages.
5 balfchesis Black Teas, all grades, for salV by
STE WART A WEAKLEY,
feblS No. 8. Broad it
Q UN DRIES 5 BOXES Essence ot Coffee; ,
O 5 boxes Ground Coffee;
500 boxes Ground Pepper;
10 bbls S S Almonds, in store and for sale br
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
feM5 No. s. Broad at
D. R. CLAIUORNE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
omci in cooTKiia buildi.ncs, cuerkt sritxtr,
I HAVE made arrangements to supply the citizens of
Nashville with the superior Strsw berry Vine, grown
b Mr. Henry Driver, consisting of several choice varieties,
drawings of which may be seen at my a lore. Order left
one day will be promptly filled the next morning. .
Teb24 5J 41 College street.
ONION TOPS. 20 barrels just received and fecials
feb25 '54 Cor. Broad and Market tta.
LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by aeudinr la us
by mail or otherwise may depend on gettirnr tha highest
prices at which uiey are selling at the time in Nashville, and
tho cash remitted or paid to order.
Jmy21 DYER PEARL A CO.
PRINTERS, MERCHANTS, AND PEDLARS
I HAVE increased and am still increasing my paper ma
chinery, aud am now manufacturing from 50tc70rrams
of printing paper daily, and can till an order of two or threw
hundred reams in a weeks notice of any of tha sizes
named below, and at tbe prices attached. Tbe quality ot
the puper will be the same as that used by all the Nashville
The terms hereafter will be cash before the paper leaves
the store, unless it ia for sums overt 200, on which nicety
days to four months will bo given by the purchasers estab
lishing to my satisfaction both their solvency and prompt,
ncss, and giving a note payable in Bank with a good en
dorser. The following are the sizes and prices' vix :
23 by 42 at f 1 25 per ream; I 24 by 37 at 3 25 pef nam;
37by41at 4 00 " " 24bySGat 3 25 "
2by33at 350 " " 24by34at 312.V "
25 by Si at S37J4" " jsSbrMat 300 "
21by33at 825 - " 2Sb"y32at 275 "
Sizes varying in proportion, but no variation in tha prices
above for 1 reura or 1,000 renins.
Printers in St Louis and Memphis are referred to my
prices, Ac. Freight from Nashville to either point range
frum to to 40c per IOv) during the boating- season.
jannaryS W.S. WU1TKMAN.
MERCHANTS AND PEDLARS RAGS
I AM pavingthree cents per lb, cash, for all the cotton
and linen BAGS 1 can get, delivered at my paper and
rag warehnoM on the square.
Nomerclnintorpedlornee-J have any fears or selling me
all the rags they bring at the highest price.
Itis too interest aud duty or the merchant to bur rags,
for it creates and draws a custom be otherwise would not
get, and he puU to use that which would otherwise go to
Sorriesillr persons consider it a disgrace to save rags.
They are ignorant of the fact that the product from rags
has dime more to advance the happiness of mankind than
any other one thing known to the arts of man, andther are
thousands ofintelhgeat men who are not aware or tha in
calculable advantages they would bestow upon a growing
up raroily br saving their rags, and v , lib thetn .or th.ir pro
ceeds pay fir a good tuatpayer, that their children would
learn to read with avidity, and gather from it a host of in
formation in whica our wen oeing owro'-
W. S. WH ITEM AN.
JLV 50 bbls. CloverSeed;
J 00 bbls Flour;
2u0 bags Buck Wheat Flour.
For sale low tor cash by fcb24 CH AS. J. CLACK.
LAN DRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.
1 HAVE received a large stock of the above seeds, and
am selling at rates reasenablc enough to please ait who
are in want Tbe stock left over last year was very large,
consequently there ara very few fresh seeds In the market,
but ifyoa waul a genuine article call at
1 b W. II. GRAY'S
feb24 '54 Drug Store, Corn. Broad and Market sts.
INt! T1K1IIS A VII IM1I.I.ARS REWARD 1
AND 50 lbs. of Soap for 75 cents, can be made by pur
chasing one of Bobbifs cans of Potash, a bran Dew
article tn tins market, 500 of which have been sold fa tbe
last two weeks. For sale only by yKi S'at,
fcb2i '54 Cor. Broadnd Market st
T OOK AT TIllS.-Uavmgl.k-en tjfj
der Uie new corporation hw ."SSsa .j
ranee, on ..egrpes left r'JSTftriKea, Kight
to obey instructions, unbs it be lo sora p0RTE
or ton likely gnu wanted. N-33 Cedar stnxt
--Ti...t.u w 1 fvITED. Wauled to hue by Uie
"STffo. Garvin, for which $ per
""If -iiX sHren. Apply .T. YEATMAN, or
nonth will bero- PF jiAjtjsjsoy.
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