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I m r -v-ji bm bm mm v .mm,. . mm - v sm. i - mi . . . ; , . V NASHVILLE, JTENN: THURSDAY, MAKCH. 3Q,. 185 . ?fin.Jti m ...A... 1 I - J,l..,.., : J.J.1.TT'A Ti'T ",lh T,T vf- AMERICI1 NO. 259.Pi I 'CV 1 if f ' v r-UNXON A1STD AMERICAN. OFFICE No. I I, DEADER10IC STREET. THE WEEKLY U.VIO.VAXD.AMERICAN-R furni&hed to-itu'osiribera at Hie following rates: Single copics,xm your in advance. ?2 50; within the jearj3i00; at the end of the rear $4 00. Clubs Of fire anil upwards $2 00 per cony for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six mouths st the foregoing rates.' tie TRI-WEEKLY is'pablishcd eTeryTilcsday rbursdsy ml Saturday, at $5 per annum In advance; if ncipaia a advance, JC. DAI iry is rrablidicd at Eight Dollars. TUB MO.VKY I ALL CASES TO ACCOMFANk sitbscriptios .jgx Remittances of subscriptions mat bs Made by mail al our I ajier will be sent out of the Stale nnless the order Is ac- rr-iDpauied with the cash. r i , veorve V: coony 1 ATT0ENEY ATLAW AND LAND AGENT. Woco Village, Texas, r . ,. WILL attend to (lis celled ion ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas: KEKEKCSXra. Hon. O ' W. O. Torrov, lion; Nj-huh tGbxsx, " K..U..M'Kix.NiiT " JLIJiiDLsr, " It. L. Cabl-toeus, ' Abe Carutueih, JuiL-i U HpJux, Governor Wm. IS. Cawpeill. augSl twly "MAN KNOW THYSELF.' ., . , AnJavaluaoleJiofili forZ fcnls. " Every. i$imily should have a Co1." nrV.VEfJTY TUOUSANUCopiesoldinless WnTF, JL than jpontliit.V.now edition, reriMid jflJtg and iiniimred, Must fssneil. " , jr. 11 U. i 1.1. ."5 .IILUIUAIJ JIAUAJ AND IIAXDUOOK fur the AFFMCTED-ccntaining an out! r.eof the origiii, progret. t(ealnieat and curcnf every lf.n.i of disease, cohtnicted by' promfscuous seiual inter cou..'e, bytielfabuscor by" Mjinial execw, with udricelor Hie rmevention. writleuina familiar stle. avoiding all me.lical tecliuicalitios, und everything thatAvoardoneud the,' ear ! decency, Iroin tlie rcsultol some twenty years suecesa ul pRirtice., exclusively deoted to the cure or diseases of a del.ialebr private nature. To which is added rwcrpfs fur the cure of the above dis-. CUX1.-I, auda tiwiiiieoa the causes, yaiptonu and curs of the er and Ague. 'j li-TIKO.VV OP THE I'COr. OF OtiSTCTItlCS W TeSS. COL- n e, l'munEunic Dir. IIOXTKU'rf ilEDICAI. MAN UA U Tlie author of this work unlike the majority of those wo ks who adverse to cure the diseases tif which it treats, a ti graduate of one of the best Colleges iu the United rHuies. It affords :ue pleasure to recommend him to the uol.iitunate.or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful an 1 experienced practitioner, iu whose honor and integrity ti y may place the greatest confidence. ' Joseph' losgsuoke:m.d:,s "T.o A.'WdotiwARp,!. DJ.ior 1'entc. Umveiisttt, Phil-acjj'IUa.-It gnesine jileasuie to add my testimony to thi iirolesMoualjibilityvf lha Author of the "Medical Man ual, .Numerous cosci. of lt'eas;s of the Genital Organs, o ne br them of longstanding, have come under my no lle .iiiwh.chbiss.kill has been inanife-.t iu letoiingjoper e t health; in i-oiue instaaeus where tho jialieut has been cottjdercd beyond mo-iical aid. Iu the treatment of Semi D Veakucss,jr uisariangtmeut of the luiiciivi!.produced j self abuse or excess or venery, I do not know his supo iot in the profissioi. I bave oeen aoiuaiuled willi tlie Arthur somo Uiiriy years, aud deem it no more than justice o.tiira, as well as a kindness to the.nnfortunate viptini of earWin'Jiscrctiou. 'tb rfccoiiimVnd biai nS'oie;in whose pni. er .fonal skill aud iutegrify, tliev may safely'confidc theui- e! es. ALF. WOODWAltD.il. D- '1'his is,, without exception, the most comprehensive and Dtflligibteuork published ou the class of diseases which 1 1 nuts. Avoidingail technical terms, it addresses itself o he reason of its readers. It is free from all objections lmatter, aud uo lun.-ut, hotverer fastidious, e uresuinntion to imiHise he hasoUired to .the world at br'merely nominal price of 25-cents; the' frnits of Some w.nty yi!ars most wiccessful practice "'r-iTi(W. . i -.Vo teaeherorpaient Jiould be ivitliout the knowledge in,iartcdinlliis invaluable woik. It wouldsave years of pain", mortification and sorrow to the youth under their hitign." J'xj!t' Advocate. . .A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "llun 6! s Medical .Manual,' says: "Thousands upon thousands ofou'ryoutli, by evil example and influence of t he passions, bavo been led into the habit of telf-pollutioa without realiz . ug the sin and fearful couscqueuees upon thenelves and po. te'ritv. The constitutions of thousands w ho are raising wmlies liavebeen enfeebled, if not broken down, and thoy do notknow the cuc or the cure. Anything thai can b done so to enlighten and inllucuce the public mind as to chi ck, and ultimately to remove this wide spread souiceof buiiiau wretehcdnes, would confer ihe ga'itcst'blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and , coming generations. Iutcuipei-nco tor t!io use of intoxi eatmgdnnks,) though it hxs slain thousands upon thous ands, is nt a gieater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf f the atllicted, and, your co-worker in th good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (xecutely envclojied,) will be forwarded, free of i6taoe, to any part "of the United States for 5 cents, or 6 co. lies for $1. Address (jiost paid,) C03DEXACO., Publishers, Dox-lStf, Pbilada. llootscllers, Canvascrs and Hook Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. sopliT ly 5 K( . 29 i 31. Stll-TIt MARKFT STRELT, NASHVILLE, TKSK., 0ENESAL COMIinSSIOHf KECEIYIKO, AND rOILWAKIHNC MKUCUASTH. And Itcccivcrs mill Dealer in Cotton, Kee paou hand a full supp.T of GROCKllIES, itAGGI.N'G, KtJl'K, Ac.; AND wilt pay the highest puce for Co-ton, or make libe Icash advuueciou tlie same for shipuunt. I Nashville, Pet. C.1S.V? w.ytw A OUEAM) I'i:VCK,OItCIIll,LS.V,IKC J?. VEitcuiituitv s.Mrnr.sTo.i.g, svnup. This InJv CL-Ietiraled Med.rlue hhi for riiaiis' jears "malnlaluoJ iu uperiortty oter'all otlir reniedie, Ur tha iff,ct:rlin, . apt:duy,allu periuaiieill curu III AKUvam riiiciim t-uma aal Keer, wlirloerif slmrtar lu sUudiug; and iu no ea.x will 11 lail lo cure, irtui)dirrclloii are strictly followed and carried out. ..... Tills remedy lis beeo extensively ucd ttironphout Iho ' 8t tes of Kciituekf lMioeswJ."Uino, nmiaiii, t-eiius ira--.' xiU,MfchiKn, Iowa, Wicuusiu, Illinois, Missoari, Texas, Arkansas,Afalauia, Mississippi, anJ Unisiaiiu; and haiwr inantinll) curedovcr r.ve nPoarnTnne-i?o cases, iu all it. vnrlA.l fnrins. Inanv ofwlileli had been nf from one to Ihreeyeart' undms, aiflliad resisted all lhe..usual renin am l i.i.wn iniliMCiiuulrM and In no case did thUModiciue fail wherrtlie tlrerlijusvcre properly followed. Such Is It.lnvarlatda success, that a larze number of resMjclablu ractltloiiersof Medicine, in t.irious parts or the country, nioand prescribe it In preference to quinine andall other ri n eulwii. rim i.uiilir in) ansurel that ft lsnotonlr rertsln tnits i f- ' -cts as aToiiie, but tielns composed entirely or veselablo i.edlclnes, is perfectly iuuoei-iit in allcasesor clrcuni aunces, and may boglven to feimles, infants, aud all per ' e.nisbf debiliUleJ aad dall.'ato constitutions, wlttioul the l.'ast fear wbalnuT or any unpleasauteirecU l'hl lleiilciiiu is coiiiinwd of artl. lcs of the primest and ' p treat quality, and Is alwnvs made hy the proptiotor in por- r.in, alter uie e lauiisncj lurius u jiiiarmai; nuitu uiuuuk l.i aid of the mauy Tomes now flooding the We.lern and r-onltmcstern e.iaiilr)) and In this epect alono Is rendered ) really aiorlor to tlie ri'inuuies usually prepared and sold la tho country. fly Us aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, ad -sled to Its I onic qn.il:lu, H is reu3rrej cmiueutly uperior I quinine and olUur remedies as a general and popular Vonic in all cosm whatever, wliere Tonics are proper lobe itdiuiuislered. The propricUir, therelnre. resjioctutly lu- lies practillouera uud llio pablia geoerully to give it but a lalrtml, and they will then !e convinced oflts -rest ape liurily orer a.l oiliur roiiieuies now in uso tor lue purpose suueitled. ' ltroiis3ivIi g In dtitricls of country subject to Ague and I ' l?ever, Chills and Fever, or Hilions l-'evers, would do well ( to keop a supply of tliu aluailo reiieuy always on nana. Thii proprietor has iiob 'Iii his' possesion thousands of ccr Tilleates of Iu value, piveu by persons wbnhavo used it, with iuioj letters from merchants who baie sold It largely iu tlu-ir eountry. a-, well as rrom many respoctah u Practioners win. have used it in preference to other remedies, at'estlng if.sal.ie. , J. IMIKH.MGOOLK. So VI, Collgo street, Wholesale uud Kctall -Agent, Nash- ville.Tenu. TKIITII 1S.U1GUTY AND, JVILL PIIKVAIL. HUTCHISONS CELEBRATED, OINTMENT, IS the most cilectual lemedy fir Files, Sore, or Caked Brsas Cuts. Broises, &c-,, now extaut. This medi HnuispiepaicJ iviili great caiv, and never fails to giveie lief when pmjicly adunuKtmvd, Remeinlier It Cures Piles -speedily. , ' ' It CureiSjtv'j or Caked 3ros.st immediately. ' It Cures Cut!, Jrai3C3 or t-orcs on m.iu tr horse. Thealll.cie 1 .nv invited lo give it a trial. If it dees not accomplish wImI we claim for it, then pronounce it a hum bug and denisnd uniniinper. ' The proprietor has in Inposeion any number of cer tificate from the tirst citizens of Virginia and other Sta'es; hervrslnf which acci.mpanr each box. Wo give the fol lowing fiotii the -lientfof Ihillelourt county. Virginia i , 1'ixcisTLi:. Dec. 21, 15,15. MrC HctCiiLsnN -Vfar Sir had been an almost con MsntsnlTervrlroiii Piles for ten or tivelie rears preiious to the time I heard of your ointment. 1 have given it a fair trial, und for the last two years haie bad no symptoms of the disease; and consider myself eutirelv cured. 1 think it diielovnuto make thu statenieni, mid to the public at large, tiiat your invaluable omtuieut should bo more geu orally knowiu Yours respectfully, R. PlT.Eit. Sold wbolesaleand retail, by JO. 0. BROWN, fcbll "51 fimrlitriw ' Agent, College stieet. 1'iepared by W. H'uicbisprl, i Co., Amsterdam, Va. EPSILON, ' rpHK P.ESTON OF OLD TAC1 FC, Uie brcth I er of Gomuia. anil Ihi Sire f Corset, Ilia D-ond, Voltaire, lUidSehui, sil stand Ihe elisu ing season, at my stable. uC f io. The cash wilt bcieiiuired before tlie lemo.'aioi uie ptvpeny. Marc$kcptat 7 o cents lier.wecic - tic ElBlIAlSis nearly iaxTcen1i4ndsIiigb,a rich bay, snd me of the most bcaiiUful aud lierft ect horses ever seen. Hut Cue of bis colts base beeu trained; four of lluit.number have proved intiSt excellent racerst Wliat horse in Ameri , ca hs done better? His pedigree is equal V nny in the United Slates. No responsibility for accideuts or escapes. Feb. 17 n.lw.1m, W. (!. HAltlHMJ. 10 V l H . O .N ts HUAiiiti.u it.viL.'h Peacock Ploughs, Nos, 1 and 2, for sale by ' jans W.'U.'GORDO : A CO. '1 HEXIIY'S INVIGORATING CORlIAL,. PUKELY YEQETAULE IX. ITd.COMPOSlTIO.V; Ibis invalaable Cordial, is extracteUXroin HerpstnJ I(opt, wnicnniTeoeei) loauuaiierjearB wi experience uyuiemos skillful Physicians, to be posseated of qualities most bene ficial la the diseases for which It Is recdinuiended.snd heaca whilst It Is presented to the'publte'asan eDcacious remedy, Ills also ttuowntoboofthat character on'whtch reliance' raar be placed as lo Its alfetr. In eases of Imnotenm lis. morrbages, DUordered Stertility; -Moustrualion, or.Suppres- iwu uuun jicuiub, .riuur .-viuub ur n niies, orior Uebilitv arising from any cause, such as.weakness from sickness where the Datlent has been conn.l t, 1....I w una iimn for Females after confinement, AborUonorSlIscsrriage.thiS Cordial cannot bo excelled In its salutary efTects:orin loss of Muscular Knergy, Irritability, Physiol Prostration, Semi' "'Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion. Slug- f,..u..nc., oi ido rrocroauva r uncuons, nervonsuess, &c.,wherea.Tosic.Mediclno U required, it will be found "i""! " wo.supcriQr lo auy tompounucver useu. To Fcihalfs. Henry's Invigorating Cordial, is one of the most Tamable Medicines in the manv Coninlafnt. in wl.li-1. Fi.n.i- m subject It assists nature to brace tho whole system, cheek t'-"0 .uu vieaiva reuuwea ueaiui anu nappiuess. ljcxi sufierini;. disease and unhaimtnr-M smnnr I.ndi.a viiqIiIat. 1st, werothey generally to adopt the use of Uiis Cordial. uuios wuo are ueouiiaiea ty inoso obstructions wiiicn lo. males are liable to, are restored by the use of a bottle or two, to bloom aud to vigor. , Vonnsr .Wmi; 1 ' A' ' l That solitary practlce,'sO fatal tothecxlster.re of man and it Is the young who are most aptto become its victims, from an ignorance or the Hanger tow men they subject luemsulves. causes Nervous Debility, Weakness of the System, and Premature Ttecay'. Mahvor jou may now oosunenng, misicu asm mo cause or source oiuisease. loinose, men, wnooy excess nave urougni.on themselves rrcmaturo impoiencv. Involuntary herulnal Kniissions. Weakness andblirlvelliii!othe (Jenital Orffins. iiervuusiueciiuu. or any oiuerconseauence? oi uurcstnin cd Indulgence of the sensual passions, occasioning the lie cessily of reuouuclng the felicities of lessening both mental and bodilv ciniicltr. ITnlil! Ifnnrr'a liivic.iralli.cCurdUl.a Medicine that Is nurutv- Vesn-tablB. will aid nature to "restore those imnorUnt funrtlona to a healthy state, an. i will prove ornervlce to you. It possesses rare virtues, lsa general remover of disease, and strength- vuer- ui luusysioin, 4 f - As a Tonic Medicine,- it It unsurpassed. We do not ulsee this Cordial on a footln with quack; medicines, and, as Is customary, append a long list ol iiecoiunieudalions, Certificates, &e., beginning with "Hear what the Preachersajs," and such ljke; ltis not nec essary, for "Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only needs a inai 10 prore mat iiwmaccompusn nil we say. The Genuine "Henry's Invigorating Cordial,'? Is pat upln 8 oz Pamiel Hottle;,and Is. easily recognized by the Manufacturer's signature ou the label of each liottle, (to counterfeit which is forgery,) as well us the name blown In the glass. IIP Sold for $i per'Bottle; fix far S3 'SIC per dozen. Prepared only t.y ri.lt.COHKX, o.3 Frank(m Kow. Vino street, below bfghth, Philadelphia, Pa.,- lo whom nil OH. lJKIt.S must be addressed. For sale by all respectable Drug gists and Murchaots throughout the country. For sale'atthe Patent' Medicine Depot.'No. 12 Gollfge PU,' by J. P. Uromgoole iSr Co, wholesale Agent forthuSlate,auil only agent iu ftashvllle 1 dicll Ctud&lw. STRONG IlorE FOR ALL RHEUMATIC PATIENTS. WITHOUT the least shadow of doubt, the Chinese Rheumatic Antidote, is the only reliable reme dy before the public, for Ihe immediato aud permanent re lict of long slandiug caset of Chronic Rheumatism, revere andcxcruclatlngduralsle Pains, flip dicas-, Gout, all contracted and distorted Limbs, Paralysis, wasting and decay of the muscle, swelled and enlarge I JoinU, painful cwelllugs, acute Khuumuthoii, He Doloreux, Cramps and bpajnii, 6ic.,&c. This medicine is truly Ihe ICiuK orRbouniatism. . and from the rapid sale and unprecoJunted satisfaction which is dally eiven b it. Its aslouishin? effects cannot bo doubted. Severe Neuralgic Pmus" arstp'edlly rouiored by a few applications of this von. dertul.coiubibullon, . The ld audoung need have hp fear of perfect restoration. - - - Dead Jalsv !a completely cared In an Incredible short time, by tho use of this external application. Ho one ueed doubt It.forune single Bottle will never fall togivccompleteaul unbound ed sallilaction. Coutrncted and StifT Joints are perfectly relaxed and restored to their natural life and activity, by its use. Persons in High- Life ' ' i who, from prejudice, or other caus-s, are unwilling to re sort tea medictue which Is brought to notice by bring ad vertised, permitting themselves to suffer aud writhe under agonlslugaud exeruclatlug Palusof Kbeumatism and Xcu mli'li. would feel lustly proud, alter rubhiiii! their limbs aud Joints with one bottle of this External Kemedy. Loss of Muscular Power, wasting and decay of the niusclci; nuiubut-K, weak back, paialul Joints, are all speedily cured try the use of ibis medi cine We respectfully invlt' Ihe citizens of. Nashville and vicin ity, who are affected with any form of Rheumatism, or other diseases above enumerated, to call on our agent and procure a pn nphlet and a buttlo ofour medicine, and we couSdeutly promise )ou satisfaction. A.S. YOUATT i CO., Proprietors, Maldeiij Lane, X. Y., to whom all orders should be addressed. .Korsalelu Xashvillo by J. P. UKOMGO0I.1J & CO. foie uuicsaiu auu jteiau geul. For sale In Franklin, by F.S. WOLDKIlHiK, " -Mnrfreesboro' by J. W. NKLSOS. MeKLKOYA McKIKXKY, " " " Faeitevllle. ,i ti 11 I'aducah, Ky., by " " McMlnnville, by mart '51 d&lrw SIXGLKTOX &bOX, j. a. biu.h. UNTIIiKIsY NEtn DR. DR0MG00LE &CO., has just leccived at Xo. 12, College t Nashville, a new and complete assortment or Family .Medicines, Perfume, Toiletand Family Heaps, hhoulder Braces, fiupportersjic., 'which ho ottVrs to the trade. AVHOLKSAI.KANI) RETAIL at prices warranted to shU the times. 1 lie loiiowing comprises a pan omis roc, viz: 1 100 doz MustangLlnlmeut, !U do William's Wood Nsplha. 43 do Kxtra Toilet Soaps if oo family coaps, 100 la Common Cakes, 74 do Ku-detou, Clark & Co-. Cod Lher Oil. C!) do Ivi.ji'i Kathalron , Perry Davfs' Pain Killer, Farrell's Arabian l.liiiuicut, llouck's Panacea, Gny'sOiiitmeiit, llouse'a Medicines, Ur. 1). Jajno's Medicines. MofTalt'it and Uraudreth's i'ilU. A mold's and Houses Pills, Koiith'sand rVute's r -jto, Wright'i and Co..k's fdo. Jayue'tf and IVters do, Carter's Wpauish MIxtnre, irrban's Antl-Uachanaliaii, Klixirfor lulempersnce, Urban'j Abli-lspVptle Kx- celslor, foidies'. Children's ft Cents, Shoulder uriftos, Hebrew Plaster, Houghton's Pepsin', f Marchlsc's Uterine Calholi- con, Smith's Tonic Syrup, Oraelfenberg Medicines, 0G M do Ayer's Cherry Pecto ral, do Chinese Rheumatic Antidote. 12 4S do William's Sarspartlhv do Henry's invigerat Cordial. 12 do Morse's Invigorat ing Cordial, SI do Hooplaud's G- rman man Hitters, do Hull's Kamaparllla 4S KU do llrouigoole's Female Hitlers, do .McLanu'sdc Fahncs- 5(0 100 100 ou stock's vermifuge, do Flue aud common Colognes assort, do Hair Pomatums, do do tills. do Assorted Extracts for the handkerchief, do Transparent Wasli Halls, do Transparent Cakes, do KaiouaceoU9 Com pound, 43 24 do Fine Honey fioap. crnzrcNs of nasiiville whoneedanyaitlcle fn our lino, wonlddo well to call and cxamlne,as ihe slock Is fresh Bnd complete, and the prices and quality ofeach article in the House, will give comp.ete talistaction. For such articles as you havoto purchase, which wo.have for sale, it Isto be hoped that youwill cive usa call, as this is the riatT and ornr House of tho klndeer citablishedin the State. Country Uruggists acd .Merchants can purchase attnls House, many articles at niuch less prices than they havoeserbought. Will you give us aeall'or an order. You can Una us at no. is, college St., .Tasnvinc, i-.aji i.in, mar4 154 j. p: dkomguulk & co. TR. XJ CATHOlilCOX, for the relief and cure of "VuBering Females. It stands pre eminent for its curative powers in all diseases for which It is recommended, ailed I'eiuale Complaints. . Of theso are Frolapsns. Uteri, or Falling of the Womb; Flour Albus, 'or Whiles: Chrnidc Inflam mation and Ulceration of Ihe Womb; Incidental He morrhage, or Flooding; Painful, Suppressed, and Irregular Menstruation, Ac., with accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how terms or of how long slandiug. EjThe Calholieou farsur tiu.Hfs ntfiur rcmet'iea. In i5 being more certain, less prt MJ.i;Li.W-Z2 a x)nsive, anu leaving in sisteiu In a better vbndrtion. helall interested In such a remedy call aim obtain a pamphlet (free)' containing ample. proof,,from highly respectable sources, of the happy r suits ortts uie, together with lctte'rsfrom flrst-elass" exjierienced physicians, who have umiJ it lu their pracllco, and speak. fnm thelrown oborvalIon, l.'tl hrexcis.- P U. Pvckham, M. !., Utici, Jf. V., b, P. Fleming, M. U., rtuanilaigua, S. Y., M. H. Hills, M.D., Kochester.N. Y., U Y. Foole.M. U., Sracuse,X. V.,Prof. Dunbar, M. L., llslllinore, Md , J. (J. Orrick, M, 1)., Haiti more.Md., W. W. Keese, M. I).. New York City, W. Proa oott, M. I) , Concord, N. H.,J. P. Sewland.M. 1)., Uiica, "mpbloteliad grallsatj. P. Uaomonoi x & Co.'s Patent Medicine Home, College street, Wholesale and Ketil Agon! Nashville, Tennessee. ALSO. For sale bj - . . ,. Da. K. S. WoLliRIDai, Franklin, IfiiiM.Ai K-ti.ts, S-rinKtldld, JtML-sT- lluiiitv, Gillattu, Cnoc&OwKK, Lebanon, Cnoi kt at JtiDLt,Murfrccl.oro'. T.tUer ttiireinl tt Xeitre. llihciir Bmenetv,enif't X AVwterry C. 11., S. C; It"- C- "J - Otk-SN Frr.rsus.Jan.U.h lr53, ki. ... -. jt.. i.,.AW.,.vMSiKi 1 scud -lor soothe botilo or'yonr".Mitrchll's' Ultr.liu .datholicoii ' 'My wlle H has been ulhicted for eleven ears,iut.a variety of means I has boen rewrted tOTorrelier, but liuo wksoniaineu ujiiu I received this medielno from sou. Its llinuenru seems al mol u'egleal: there was a -iiai.liasUimproveunfi.t f om the day it was tst'eu. - Aa there are a great many females in ourounlry laboring under the anlktion for which jour medicine, proposes a remedy, I feel it a dun to recommend it to nil such. (Signed,) " CloikiiiS. HtlKDi CP " !! MARCHISI A CO., Propriutora, Central De pot, 3U1 Uroadway, N. Y. no24. W,T".GR.VY. Agent. ' nil. OUTANT TO HOUSE KEEPliUS.-Tlie A cheapest and best SOAP in the world, lliave iust XC reived loo cases of Polai'in powder for miking 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 by lV,f, GRAY,. jan22 '5t Corner of Brood and M arket sis. ' JUST received V50 gross N'o. 1 MATCH US 'in wood, boxes. fjan-SJ W. P. GKAY.-Broadway. -& MEDICAL. JSWAVlJ3,s'llIllILEv; TIASTEE. fT'irE'great Hcrhdy for Rhehmatism, Gout, pain fn the Side ga evil all fixed ipnhed Pain cannot .exist. A' genllenian in the'Sonth 'of Europe and Palestine, in 1830, heard s nidch Said in the latter place in favor of J IS y JJA VID d PLASTER, and of the (as he considered miraculous cures it bad rrfonned, that he was induced to ouu ins unit pcr&ou, iora jung ana xaver .auecuon, tlie removal of which had been the chief object of his icur ney, but which had resisted the genial and delicious clime. lie accordingly applied a plaster on the Tight side of bis chest where the pain was seated, another between the .auouiuers, anu one over me region oi uie liver, in mo uieau ume nearanKjreeiy oi an iieru tea oi laxaure qua, hies.. lie soon lonnd his health improving, and in a few weeks his cough left him; thcsallowness t his skin disap- peareo, nis pain was removea, ana nis neaiui rjecome per manentlv reinstated. The following is from' Mr. Worstell, editor of the Mas-. Simon uaxette: tiKSTLEMEX. uiirmg last winter ana spring, 1 was so troubled with a pain in mr breast as to render me unfit for llie'jluties of my office ; and bearing your JEW DA- rtytc t ivntmi ir lit i Liffii.,r is.i. .. a - v iu j ur iHjiiivij iv ruA3isu iiicuiy recommeuaea tor . r. vri - . i : j i . - : . a i . t i i tuuiuar cu5tt 1 was uiuuceu mj give 11 a mat. j. nau worn a uListtr noon mr breast but a short limo. when nil n.iin left me, a I was enabled again to engage in the labors of tiieoliice. l would also state, that my sister, residing in Meubeuviue in tnis State, lias received mucu Dencnt Irom its use. lours, truly, JOUNIMY'ORSTELL." Jfassillon. November 12. 1S43. It has been very beneficial in cases 'of Weakness, snch ss Pain and Weakness in the stomach. Weak Limbs, Lainfe nessl Affection of the Spine, Female Weakness, Ac No female, subject to pain or weakness in the back or sides, Should be without it. Married ladies in delicate situations hnd great relief from constantly wearing this plaster. The application of the Plaster between the 4houlders has been lound n certain remedy lorUolds, Coughs, Phthisic. nnd Lung Affections, in their primary stages. It destroys inflammation by perspiration. tieware oi coumencits aim base imitations CAUTION. The subscribers are the only General Atrents in the Southern States for the sale of this truly valuable Piaster) and iu order to prevent purchasers being imposed upon, by a coauterfeit article, sold in this city and else where, for the irciminc. ther invife particular attention to tho following JUiuss os tuk Gexoine : 1st Tie genuine is vut vo in trnooth. engine-turned hot- tointtl ioiejs, iut solJertd in. 2d "He gcirulnehii the engraved heailnf Jew Dacid -on the direction around the box, with accompanying record of uuiiri. io... juyior, jcociusur. SCOVII. & MEAU, 111 Chartres street. New Orleans.- General Wholesale Agents for tho Southern Suites, to whom aiiordors must bo addressed. Sold abo, Wholesale and Retail by ' HEKIty & DEMOvAIi, EWIX BROTHERS. W. V. GRAY, , , , J, II. ZIMMERMAN.. ! Agents. janl2. dtwiw PinLOTOKEK' OR FEUALE'S IHIEKD. i'or the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, Miswrriageor Abortionand the relief of all thitee Sympatiiitic Nervous Atl'eelions attendant on Pregnancy. Much of the muTcHus atteudant upon the lives of females at Ihe present day fnav be traced to some slight imprudence or neglect dm tug some ciitical period of their peculiar fea sons) cau-injf obntctions, irregularity, &c, which, if not relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, aud by sympathy induces those chrouic forms of disease Con sumption, Urojisy, Dyspepsia, Ac which cither hurry them to' an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many ol the fairest and loveliest of creation, at thatage when the bud was just bursting into bloom, liave withered and died from thcetfectsof obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist nature at that eventful period. TRY THE PU1L0T0KEN. It is not offered ns a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to. but 'as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com plaints, in nhich it is warranted to do all that is here set forth', or that innliciue directed with experience and skill can perioral. Sold by SCO VIL & MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. General Wholesale A-rents for the Southern States to'whoa 'all orders must be addressed. jaal2 ly dtw&w. AFFLICTED HEAD! THirjADEbPlIIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 1 years ago by DR-K1XKELIX. The oldest, sui est and best hand to cure all forms of secret di.-eascs of the skin, and solitary habits of youth, is Dlt. KINKEIJiV, N. W. comer of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, one and alialfsimaresfivmi the Exchange, Philadelphia. Take Particular police. mere is a nauiiwiiien bovs teach teh other at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when bv themselves, in solitude, growing up nilh .. ? . , " i i :e . i .VI 7.. i. tucuoyto mannoou, auu which, n uui auauuuucuiu uue time, cot ouly begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a ecries of protracted, insidious and devastaliiiL' affections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they liiul the nervous system is sliatteied, feel strange end unac countable reelings, vague tears in me nana, tlie maiviaua becomes feeble, he w unable to labor with accustomed vig or, or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy aud weak, be Js dull and irresolute, the countenance is dowucastthe oves without natnral lustre, sliamelacedness is apparent. Tiiat are symptom tchich etioull amiien tlie atteiUiott of thct". similarly alHicted. If the victim be cousciouspf Uie cause of hisdecay, and having relinquished the odious practice, he sutlers under those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and sliarae him, producing mental aud physical prostration. If he emancipate himsslf before the practice has done its worst, , f :.. . r :ir..i l !.: and enier mainmony, ins uiaijiugc is uuiruuiui, auu uia scib-cs tell him flat "this is cau.s!d by his early follies. Too many think they will hug ihe secret to their own hearts, nnd'eure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how many a promising youth, who might have been an ornament to tociety, has faded from the earth! Young iileu I Let uo faL modesty deter yon from making vour cast known to one who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend ) ou. He ho places himself under 1)K." KlNKbi.IX'S tieatment, may religiously confide his honor as a pentleman, and in whose bosom will be for ever locked the secret of the patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make parsonal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to gether with all their symptoms, (per letter jKwt-puid,) have lorwarueu to incni a cucsl coniuiaiug it. iy. s ineuiciues, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of the urelha, weakness and constitutional de- bilitv, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters I poAtpitut. a remittance oi z cents in a leiier, post paiu, ad dressed lo Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure fiis book on the Seciet Infirmities of Youtlu sepl-i wly TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. SEYMOUR'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL 'SUPPORT K A new lemedial Agent, or a a new method of appljlng an old airl most popular one, is now presorted o the Profession, and through It lo ill who are aimctrd, with diseases requiring tho application otCAI. VANlS.M,such as AmenorliLa; Cblorosis; Dyamenorchea; Prolapsus Uteri; f'Cuchorhea; listeria; huuibag ; or pain in tho back, Uyspepsla, (dependant on atony of the stomach) weakness from any cause of the nervous or mnscuKrsys iiMn.Mid all kindred affections, lo the Physicians it is enough to say, this instrument is so constructed, that a gen tle Galvaniceurrentisniade, to pass through an organ, a rousingaud stimulating it to healthy action, thus assisting 'ahijofl- li superceding otbtr remedies. (See opinions of ihe best authors ol tne uay, iucoicai jonrnais, anu .u. u s. in Nashville and otherclliesnsing the Instrument.) His the mostscieutiOcally constructed Abdominal Supporter, jet Invented, winch will be apparent lo any scientific man on lnsict!on It Is so constructed that either H galvanic or luechanicalaupportinay be dispensed with, us may be Indi cated bv each case. Physicians ball lias a potent ally iu com-Wttlng's-inoof the most troublesome of diseases, which of ten tax their patience ard skill.. Seymour's Obstetrical Supporter. Tills Is U'ed ti brace and sustain ladies' In that most try Ing hour of lifo lliabor." No Ijidy anticipating this ordeal, would tbiiiK of dispensing with its iise.tf they knew one half Itsadvautaes. II places under the coutrolnfthe patient all the aid she requires. Noaccoucher can mainlain his obste . triesl practice., ho does not uso it, wheu its cHIcacy has been maie know n to the public. .SHYMpUR'i PI.ACKXTA FORCKPS. Tills Instrument hasonlf to be seen, to be approved and appreciated, (see M.'lVs In Nashville and olherplaces using them ) All or ders addressed to K. 11. PA YNK, care of Herry& 1) imovillo, Nashville, Tenn., frnm the States of Missouri. Kentucky, Tennessee, Ala- I bama, Georgia, FlorMa, Mississippi, Louisiana, lexasor ' Arfcaasas.foroitherof the above instruments, will moet with Iromptattentlon. They can also be had at the fbllowing houses: J. G 1!I!0YN'S, li. G. SCOVEI.-, W. F. GRAYS, J. M 'IMMKUMAX'A. li. W. HhNDERSHOT'S. Mrs. R. A. ' CO. ES', No.63 North Market st., aud 0. A; 15QUINS0N & Co., Shelbyvill?. nsitrS '64 Um BFXL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXF110XT, MAX ISJiOAD Si'REET. TTIT? O.il.s-iy.ftf" iAtwlfnllr TYtnm Ilia f thunkalo the public for pattfarora, and so AiA liciUacoutlnuance of patronage in the above COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Ualbil Metal and Castings. Si-Ja Founts, Geiierolors, Ale Pumps, nnd Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. , .Cash will be paid at all times for old copperand brass juue2'J lv OOLb. If . TEASLTEASU TEAS!!! ' ' JUST received from a regular itupoiterof TEAS in Phil adelphia, r 600 lbs Imperial and Gun.Powder Teas; 100 " .do, Frh and ofa superior quality ror sale by. fabl k P. MKUj, College st i irir f)Vr.It-SIIOns We have received a few T more cases of Gum Over-3hoes latest styles for La- dies' and Gentlemen. RAMAGE i CHURCH. feb-22 Iso. 42, College st. ASANl) A FTKH SUNDAY NEXT, VAKCII Ki 5th, the Passenger Train will leave Nashville at 8 o cliick, A. M., (instead of 5, ss at pi esenl), -and anive a! Chattanooga at 5 P, M. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 1 P. M, and arrive at Nashville at 10 P. M. Accommodation Train will leave Wortrace at f..80 A. M. a.. .i v...wn..tiiii5. Updiniinf. leave Nashville at? P. H. 'Arrive, at Wartiaceat C.40,'daily, (Sunday ex-' cepled. . " l""" litEDICINAL. BENJ. V. WILLIAMS' COMPOUND EX TRACT OF SARSPARILLA AND IODIDE OF Po TaSSA. In presenting to fie node's and acceptance of the. ..ouitai i-roicsson ana of np ruDHC generally the ablve preparation, the subscriber docs' not seek tho benefit or a Patent right io enhance the value of ols article; nor drma ha isii to conceal irom any, me Knowledge oflts ingredients, in qrderjagaln putllcconfldeneeaiHifavor. Hewonldalin-. plV State, thai as &n Analtniqrr. Iia h.iA tippn f.ir vMnln thehabitofpreparng, under tho directions of gentlemen of uimuenceiuinemeuicai proiesslon, bath in lveuiucky and Trnnessea, the above Compounds Familiar with the best mciuoos oi outplacement, una with the advantaees of a large and powerful apparatus, he has eought to combine together tho tried and tuowu virtues of various articles of the Mate ria Medica in such proportion, snd In such cheap and durs- uh rorm.as -to furnlsa a remedy of certain and wonderful efficacy, attested by long experience, not for every dtaeasa luai ueaa is neir io, M'li lor a largo class, a nuinerouspro geny lhatown theirorti;in and Ttarpntnt-ntn nfttrniunus Ilia. thesis or Serofulous'laint in tho Constftuiion and inlhe blood, such as While swelling. Chronic Uleers of loug standirg, ObstinateTetter.Klne Worms, Sore Fyea, Pc.ild Head, Sj- I'uni.i, i-iruruen aim vm-r useases oi me SS ill anu UIOOO, that reslstthe usual treatment. He can substantiate by the very best of ev.dence here In ourCily Hsefllcacy lu Ner vous and General debllty. Indigestion or Dlspep-la, InBa matinnofibe Kidneys, liheuiuatlun, &c., dec. it is confi dently recommended In Diseases Peculiarto Females, such as Leucortha' or Whites, Suppressed Menstruation. Chloro sis or Creeu Sickness. Without enumerating further. ho is content tostalULandfrom the result already before hlin, he makes tho declaration with emphasis and In all truth, that he believes he Is orforin to tho world a reliable and certain remedy for thst formidable evil or Kings and King of evil, the Fcrofula, in all Its protean shapes, whuther confined a lonoam manifested iu the separate tissues of the body, or whether it pervades thoeatire system. The above medicine can be obtained at tho Drug. Stores of W. F GKAY, I'.VVIN UROTHKKS, fcTKETCII & FLEMING, II. C. SCOVKL, "J.G.BROWN, KERRY & UEMOVIL, ft. W. HENDEKSHO'IT, Or at the Depot. No. 23, Broadway, Nashville, Tenn., mat:." arauozw n. t. v. ili.iajih. DR. JOHN BULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. Tux most powerful King on the face of the globe now reigns supreme in the American Itepublic. The power of the crowned heads of Kurope sink Into insignificance when compared to that of our American Ivlng. .European Kings employ the power rested in them to Increase the riches of the rich and lordlj-, and to reduce to greater misery and degradation the poor and depen dant. Our American King goes forth with equal willi ug XieflS to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready alike to administer relief and to offer health and happpincs to the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. DR. JOHN .BULL'S GREAT AMERICAN KING Is the Tirrea Wonder of the World, and the greatest blessing ever offered to afilicted humanity; to the suffering millions, the Doctor can say, relief is at your command! You hare only to use this magical remedy. All those who still suffer, snd will not accept the proffered balm, deserve not the pity of their families. This wonderful medicine, duriug the brief period since its Introduction, has carried happiness to the hearts of thousands, and made lifoa charm ro many who heretofore regarded it only as a painful andrutstrable existence. To the winds with all Liniments, Embrocations, Pain Killers, and l'ain Ki'.rictorn. and let millions of glad tongues proclaim the merits of the great "American King of Pain," a preparation composed solely of Tegeta bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and bounteous soil. We would ask the LaDIM, who are always competent judges of what is and n hat Is not a valuable family medi cine, to do us a special favor by giring the King of Pain a single trial, aud if satisfactory, exert their mlluence in its behalf, recommend it, ?;.ik wtll and often of it, and see that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. The Ladies are always charitablez and when they induce their suffering friends to use this really Taluable medicine, they will be doing an act of benevolence that they can well be proud of. This is a powerful anl truly magical remedy for all external diseases, fores, swellings, burns, &c, and for many internal alliictioas, it is a certain cure, jet it is perfectly harmless, aud incapable of producing the least injurious effects iu the most delicate cases or tha weakest constitution. It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to the public thouands of certifi cates of wonders performed by this medicine. It costs hut twenty-five cents to try it ; and Dr. Hull stakes his well-earned reputation on the King of Pain doing all an4 more than he claims fr it. We would aak, hare you ths Jtheumstlsm or Oout : these are not pleasant companions, and we know that you would like to drive them away as soon as possible, then use ' BULL'3 KINO OF PAINV Would yon be cured almost immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Djsentory, 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 hare your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Barns, Scalds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat it, use the MAGICAL KING OF TAIN. Would you be cured of Scald Head, Stiff Joints, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or King Worm, Salt Kheum, Bites of l'oisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, wo say again and again, Tons hex ed r Is Dr. Jobu Bull's WRING OF PAIN." Would you be cured of King's Evil, Cancer, Tumors, Eruptions, or any disease of the Skin caused by impure blood, then use Dr. John Bull's Saxsaparllla internally, and the King of Pain externally, nothing can be mors certain than a speedy and effectual cure, SB. JOHN BULL'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE, Frrru Cross Strut, Oai Dooa below Mm, -L0UI3 YILLE, KY, FOB SALE BY DRUG GISTS & MERCIIANT3TIIR0UQII. OUt THE UNITED STATES. . 1- uii-VV, A wut. TN obedience with an imerlrcutory decree of the County Court, of Fentress County, at the January Term of 1354, 1 will oiler for sale ou tlie first Saturday in May next, the followiii? tracts of land, viz: An undivided moiety of" 5000 acres of land in district 'o. 9, on the waters f Clear Fork, slanted to John M. Clemens and N. V Williams, grant No- CiUS; alo ono tract lying on the wa'ers of Crooked Creek, containing 50 ucres and granted to J, 51. Clemens, by grant Xo. !!.!)!; also all the interest ofa tract of P.tO acres on the wafers of Kock Castle Creek, in district No. 3, grant -tlj. belonging to said Clemens; also 1000 acres on the wateis cf White Uak, ad joining the land of Tiiurmon's. heirs, grant 2fo. 0-115; nl-o, son acres on v line usk, grain wi; aiso, .-w ucres on me wafers of Kock Castb, graul'o. 611.'; also, lwmi Mill on both sides of the Urewstc-r tract, praLt 0107; aleo, 100 acres lyinji on the waters of Yellow Creek, grant No. (MOi; also, 5oacres on the Clear Fork, grant No. liiiO; al-0, 100 acres nn the watersofiioat Fork, grant Xo C10"; nh-o, one tract of l.'OO acres lying on the craters of Uock Castle, grant Xo. M05; aho ouu tract of 150:1 ccies ltinjjon the wateis of Uock Castle, grant Xo.SIM; also, 2 1-1 acres on said Creek, grant Xo. 502 uKo, 5000; also, 200 lyiror on Hock Castle, also, 5000 acres lying on the waters ot Crooked Clock, grant Xo. tMlS;alo, 5' i00 acres on White Oak, grant Xo. C"; alo, 200 acie on tho waters or White Oak, grant Xo. Glut); also, Svo acres ly inr ou Hock Ca-lle ard i'lndar Cove Creek, grant Xo. 0401!; also, 200 acres on .Mill Creek, grant No. M08; nlv, 5000 acre.-, lying on the waters of Clear Folk and Xeiv Kiver, grant X. 121; aiso, 200 acres hing on .Mill Creek, grant Xn.C4".f; also, oitfOacres on tho waters of Kast Fork, grant Xo.Cl22; also, JbQCr) acres ou Fast Fork, gmuLAo.'C 102; !. 5000 acres on ihe waters of Obidsand WolrrtVer, gi-antXoC4tl;alo, fk'OO tcies on While Onk and Obids nver. gram OUJ; aIo5'0J ucres ly ,ingon Clear Fork, grant Xo. 0116; also, 500O acies Iring oh Crooked Ctc;k and Clear Fork, grant Xo.641T. All the above lands lying in Fentress connty,-Tennessee, and all of said 1 mds are known as Ihe Clemen s liind: The terms of sale of f.c said lands are bound to brin tlie min ium price which can be seen in Ihe County Cicik s olEce of said county, and one-fourth of the purchase monies isto bo paid down" and the remainder on tlie terms of one and two years, for w hich arc required note and security, and in all cases alien reUiued on the lanij. Until tho myiricnt of the purchase niatics-. DAVID C. TKA VIS, Clerk, by K. T. HILDUETII, Dept Clerk. Jamestown, fehl 5 '5-1 6w NIJLSO.V'S (JELATIN r.OZEA'GUS. TUhSK LozengesT.ro strongly recommended to the pub lic, particularly invalids, as they will Und them re freshing and nourishiug, inslantly removing dryness of the mouth und throat. SJold -wholesale and retail by feb25 (iEOHOK OUKIC. IOI'I'JJIt Volt .SAl.il 31 V. FAIt.1I IsYINtt on the Middle Fi-unkha Turnpike Id.flvemiles south west from Xashville,. C'lnhiiniog 475 acres, 160 or 70 of which is in noodland, the balance in ahih' state of culti vation, with a comfortable brick dwelling nnd other neces sary out buildings, with threeneverfailingspricgs cf most excellent water. Anv one wishing to see the farm can do so at any lime by calling on me, where I Will always be ready to conduct them over it. ruia-ia-wlm J011XJ01IXS. XT-IV COOD.S. Vl'BUS-Xow being 1 received, cbea's' rouinion and iEA.et nna trtiu, silver, balm, ac, ttiSiF steamer Y eat man. "un'sli-zed Walt Parffaa oyjuO pieces utigli-zed Vi ait rae new nattems. 2,150 pieces gijzid Wall Paper, latest designs. Beautiful variety .f Kordcrs and Mouldings large lot of Fire Screens and Window Papers, low fdr cash, at Wiiolesale and Uctail. i. W. W. F1XX, Xo 41 Market street, between Union and thet?quiie. J. Paper Hanging dono In the best manner. maral . IsDICATs SOCIETY OV TliN.VESSEE. ' The Medical Society 'of the State of Tennessee vill hold its next' Annual Meeting at Nashville,, on the first Wednesday iu April next. Afu'l and interesting meeting is anticipated. - "' FELIX R0BERTS0X, M. 1, President, ' --n MEDICAL. J)U. BIOItSK'S NVlGOKATIXCi COrilllAI.-n Phi.nm.nnn U iu I Health iiestored aud Life Lengthened, by UK. MOHSh'S lavlliOKATlNU KLlXlrf OU COKIIUL tor centuries, Medical science has been rau.acituE the vegetable and mlueral kiogdcms,ln search of 5ttlethln: that should restore the lost or doehylng ener-ies of- the nervous and muscular systems, without thodraw back of ubeuunt prostration, whlca all stimulants, tonics, and narcotics had heretofore entailed.. That somcthln-has beeu foundi Ills a vegetable vroductlo'u, brought frutu tho sterile desortsol Arab a the Stony, by the celebrate! ProfessorM. Morse, well known as a distinguished 'member of the leadlns; iclabtlae societies of the Old World, and equally distinguished as a physician, a clieroLst,ind a traveler. The Juices of UiUhorb, concentrated aud combined with other yeetablo medicinal extracts, are now proJucing results herctorore unheard or, Inthls or any other country. At first the i.ropertlea attribu ted to Prof. MOKSK'S INVIGUKATl.M fcLUtlit OK COK- liial, Vera ueemed fabulous. The public often deceived could not believe the simple and anbhmu truths announced by tha discoverer, liut facts, undeniable facts attested bj witnesses of Iko highest class and character, aro now tri- umpnir.j over an ocuuts. lUKIiUULlI V IS OVKIt- THKOWN,byaiaassof testimony which la perfectly (rre- isiaoitf. The Ktuia remedies, In all tses, the deplorable evils arising from a misuse or abu w if.he various organs which make up the wonderful ma el e called man. It restores to uibij uoiicav.iu.iion connecieu with mat mya-tc.-.v.UscoiuPound aircucy of matter and mind'. Lecessarvto tnure-productionorbumanllfe. Topersonsof feeblenraS. "'" name, or ueacieni inTitai power. It Is recommended astuouuiy mauoi communicating that energy which la ncccssai) io the propsr enjoyment Of all the natural appe tites, as well as lhohi;her mental attributes. Its benencial effects are.nnteouDuedtooitheraexor to any age. Thefee blegirl.thealllnt: wlfe.thelisll03S.ernevatudnuth.ihehver nun wan ui uusiucss, toe victim oi nervous aejresslon, the weaknessotashi):leori;au,w!llallfindlmmedtate and per- niuiiiuu.1 ouuciiutc iruiu irenerai ucuiiuv. ir mini ils uuiivmitiicniuuiiuD usa oi iuis incomparauie renovator, 'in those -who have a predisposition to paralysis It will prove acomplete and unfailing eaiejruardacainatthatterriblu mal ady. There are many, perhaps, who have so trifled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach or medicine. Letnotevon those despair. Tho Kllxlr deals with disease aa U exists, without reference to causes, aud will not only remove the disorder Itself, but Itcbuild tho Jlroken Contitutiou. The derangements of the system, leading to nervous dis eases, and the furraa of nervous disease ltself,aro so numer ous that It wouldroijuire a column to enumerate tha mala, dies for which thl. preparation is a specllis. A few, how ever, may be enumerated, viz: neuralgia, tic dolereaux, headache, incipient paraljsls, hjsteria, palpitation or the heart, spinal affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatul lence, a pricking sensation In tha Eeeh, miiubuess, torpidity of tha liver, mental depression, Weakueuorihe will, Indis position to move, falntneis after exercise, broken sleep and terrifjlnj: dreams, Inability to remain iu one place or posi tion, weakness of tha procrcative organs, sexual Incompe tency, melancholy, monomania, fluor albus. alnklnrat thn stomach, female ii regularities, a chrouic tendency to mis carriage, emaciation, and all complaints grwing out of a freo indulgence of tha passions, and all barrenness that does not proceed from organic causes beyond thu reach of medicine. Whenever the orzans to bo acted UDon are free from mal. formation oralriclural diseases it Is averred that Jlorso's Iuvisornttii-rElmr. will replace weakness with strength, incapacity with efficlen cy, Irregularity with uniform and nalund acilvily, and this not only without hazard of reaction, but with a happy effect on the general organization. JCf Bear fn mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, finish with the norvous sys tem, and that the paralizallonof tho nerves of motion and sensation is physical death. Bear lu mind also, that for eve ry kind ofnorvous disease tha Klixlr Cordial is the ouly re liable preparation known. jure ot ixcrvons iiic-tes. No lxnzuase cau convey au sdecuate Idea or tho lrurce.ll ateandai:nostiulraciilnus lhan-e which it occasions In the disea-ed, debilitated and ehattored iiervous stslem. whether broken down by excess, weak b) nature", or Impaired b) stck- uess,ine uns.rungai.u reiaxeuorg.mzanonisaioncebraccd re-vlvlfiedandbutltup. The lueutal and i-hvaicilsvmtoiu' of nervous disease vanish togothar under Its lnfiuvuce. Nor Is tho effect temporary: on tho contrary, the reliol Is perma nent, for the cordial properties of tha medicine reach the constitution Itself, anu restore It to its norma condition. u en may the preparation bo caliedtho itiL'iiicnml AVondor. cf the nineteenth cvutury. ft Is, as therlrsteclentlfieinacin the world would have admitted, that mfraclo of medicine ucreioiorusnppogcuio nave uo ex (stance iV siii.itiiiiut tint: . mails ro iCc-Action. Its force Is neverexnanded. as Is thcaaeitn nnlum.ilm. hollo preparations, and all other excitants. 'Iho eu'eel ol these is brief, and it may well be said or him who takes thetu, "Iho last state of thatrfan Is worse than the first,'! llctliie Kllsir is an exhllerant without asinalodrawbacfe saf lulls operation, porpclualinlts happy lufiuence upou the ucnes themlnd.aud the tutiro organization: It willalsdremnTPilo. pressl.ins, oxeltemeiit tendency lo blush, sleeplessness, disltko of society, incapacity lor study or busuiess. I.oss of Jlcmory, Confusion, giddlness.rush of blood lothahead, melancholy, mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thoughts of aall'Uo str'.tction,fear oriuaanity, hypochOndriajia,dyspepsia gene ral prostration, irnuUlity, uervousaiss, ii.ariill.y to sleep, diseases Incident lo females, decay of tho propogutlugiuuc tlons, h sterLi, mouomania, va-uu terrors, iwlpiul.on of thu heart, luipoteuey, coustiutiou, etc., etc., from whatever cause arising It Is, if there lsany reliance to be placed on hu usai testimouy,nbsolnlely Infallible. A irt:at (Ifdiciiie lor Females, Tha unparalleled effects of this great restorative, in al complaints incident to leinalcs, uiaifc a new era in the au. nils of inu.llclne. Ihousands of stimulants hatuheun in vented thousands ofinvigorants concocted all purporting to be specifle'llii the various diseases and derangements to which inedellcate formation of woman render hor liable. The result has horetoioro been uniform. These uottrums have indeed Imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervous S)stem,atrans!entand delusive vigor to the muscles; but this flub of relief his been succeeded ly a depression and prostration greater thau before, aud tha end has tou often been utterly to paralyze the recuperative poweror the nerves and the vital organization, and finally to Ueslroy tho uuaappy patiout. Hut in iUorse'sInvIgoraliug- Elixir. Is presented as a phenomena In thu materia mcdlca hitherto nnheard ol a stimulant without a reactioc. The herb which forms Us main ingredient; has been ad mitted by all thegreat medical and pharmaceutical institu Uousof kurope to bain thisrespectsuigeneris. Dr.Morse, whose nama Is an undisputed authority Iu sciences, discov ered tha production In Arabia, where his attention was exci ted by the wonderfully invigorating effects it pr xlucod upon the natives. In fact ihu wonderful power of endurance, the exhauslless vigor exhibited by the Arab, or bolbsoxes.In their desert pilgrimages, is attribulabla to the use of this vi talizing herb. An appeal is made to Every Woman of SeiiM, who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre mors, palnsln the back,or any olhcr disorder, wbelherpecu llar toner sex, orcotnnionln both sexes to give the Invigo rating Cordiul a trial. -Tlnrrieil Persons, orot'aers, will find this CordUl after they have nsed about ortwo, a thorough regenerator of tho system. In all direc tions are to be fount the Lappy parents or healtbyoirspring, whonouldnothavu been so, but for this extraordinary prep aration. And It Is equally potent for tho many diseases for which it is recommended. Thousands of young men Lavu been icstored by usiagit, and notln a aingla iiislanca has it ailed to benetl: them. I'eiMitisof I'nle Comjilpxion, or consumptive habits, are restored by the use of a bottle or iwo lu bloom and vigor Lhanging the skiu from a pale, yet low, aickl color, to abesuliful florid complexion. To the Misguided, These aresomeof the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of the back and limbs, pains lu the bead, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation of the heart, dispepsis, nervous irritabil ity, derangement or the digestive fuuelious,geaoialdblllly, 8 mplomB of cotisittnptiou,il.c. Mentally, the fearful effects on ths mind aro much to be dreaded. Loss of memory, confusion nfideas, depression of spirits. evil fore-boilings, aversion to society, self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, tkc, are tome of the evils produced All thus afflicted JSetoie Contemplating Marriage, should reflect that a sound mind and body are thu most nec essary requisites to proinoto connubial happiness;. Indeed, without these, the Journey through life becomes a weary pil grimage, the prospect hourlydarkena the view; the mind bo comes shadowed with dcsimlr, and filled with the melancholy reflection that toe happiness ol another becomes blighted with jour own. Parents and Guardians. Aro often misled with respect lo the causes and sources o dlseasesin their sons tud wards. How often do they ascribe toolhercausesnf wa.tlugof the frame, Idiocy, madness, pal pitation of the heart, Indigestion, derangement of tho nur voussyslem, cough and s)niitoms indicating consumption, when the truth is, that thoy have been iudulgiug lu,a perni cious though allurlug practice, destructive both to mind and body. Caution, Dr. Morse's IsvinoRA-riNn Coudial has been counter feited by somo unprincipled persons. In future aU thagenuinu Cordial will havelhg proprietors' fac-simlle pasted over thecerkof each bottle, aud the lol iowlng words blown inthoglass "UK. MOKSK'S INVICOKATISR COKUIAL, O. 11. Itl.NO, PKOPUlKTOlt, X.V." Trf" Tho Cordial is put up highly concentrated, in pint bo lies Paici $3 f0 per bottle; two for $5 00; tlx for SI? 00. C. II. KlXli, 1'KOPUlETOi:, 1UJ Broadway, New York., fold by 'Druggists throughout the Unltsd Mates, ("unsda and Wast ladies and also by V.'. VA UAY. scccassor to' t'artw right Ai Armstrong, corner of Marketand llroad streets, NashvilIe,Tciinessee. toctM d nittCm . V. r. UH AY, HOI.X tWJiST,'' AGEXTS FOR MOUSE'S COKDIAIi. J. M. iniermm, Market st. XasSviilo. J. W. X'elson, Miirfreesboro' A, M. (loodloe, Woodbury. Jas. 15, Stone, JlcMmnviile. Deery & Majors, Shelbyville. FOX & POLIIE-IIUS, 59 Broad Street, Corner reaver, IJc-w-Yorjc, OJer for Sale the following Jfcavy Cotton' FaMcr. NEW-EKOLAHD COTTON SAIL DUCE-22 inch, all numbers, hard and Mill; a1o all the various w idths of Canvass manufactured at this establishment comprising ev ery variety known to the trade, and offered at the lowest rates. r UXITED STATES PltOT DTJCIC Voodtictry and Mount Vernon Extra. A lull as.-ortment orthis adperiec fabric VIlXIMAirnC COTTOII DUCK-IS, ,I8, 0 and 22 inch, all numbers, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded the highest Premium attire Iondon World's Fair, also ut our own State Fair. SHIP ANO ESAU MASK LUOK Plain and .twilled, manufactured by the GieciHOOd's Lempaiiy, a superior ar ticle for light sails, tents, awnings, Ac; also, JJoimt Ver non Twilled Itavens, Howard Uavens; Pioneer and Phoenix Mills; Light Cotton Havens, plain 3 toi27 iuch;IIeavy,'do. do. C0TT0H SAIL TTTESTZ A in assortment' TAItPAULEIS, HAKK0CES, STUFfS, &C. PAPEE FLIIXQ 30 lo inch, made very heavy, expressly for drier felts. CAE COVERING Cotton .Canvass, all, widths, frorrfCO to ISO inches and all numbers, made expre-uly for cover ing aud roofing railroad cars, is ptrfeclly and permanently water-proof, and more, enduring than the car ik-elf- F.NAHELLING CAXVASS-30, 3b, 404 and 50 inch plain and twilled, in every variety. BAGS AID SAGGING Ol every descriptiiji. Ram lees IJags, wct jl rrhole-, all size, iu bales of 10V, W and 800; combining stieiijth. utility and cheapness, lorgraii and meal, are tinwrpasseii. , ' ' . Also, heavy Cotton tracking, .40 inch Ceaivasv, ,3 th Warp and Filling, heavy twilled, do. da, 0,a240. thrsail and 44 inch. ; . j ' "" '- , , , WOOL 8ACKS Woven whole nil sizes, neiy nd desira ble article. feb25i lyd.. . ..-. ' ! t - .- SUNDRIES. . CXRCms&R SAWS. AGfJOU assorlnletit of 1I0B A CO.,"and otnerbrndi of. CI KC (JI. A It SAWS, frnm the smallest U the Ur- est sites. Jusl received mid Jar sale br FALL A CUXXIXGIIAm", tnj. Xo. 47 Colleje street IISIS KAZORjJ ,AXl .SIKU1S 200 dozen Wade 4 . l-.utcher's celebrated Itazjra. among which a Hue as-M-rtmeut U WAR11AXTI KAZOhS, in cases of one pair eacD rir pnvaW use; also a fnrtheroddiUonal stock of Iir- . WlZr' V' wdeJt lIUcber'sKuzorStnavs, a raw una very sunerior j-U-I. vt i . I'irvvtviiiriii FALL CUXXIXOUAJI. mar7 if Colle ;e street ABBRT COOK & CO MANTJFACrnSERS AUD IMP0ETEES OF OPTICAL. M ATIIE3IATICAI. AND SUK- VEYINO INSTUirjaENTS, K0f 9 JOHX STKEET, NEW YORK march! Sm. FItESII, IMPORTATIONS FOUSPKinu AND SU3I3IER, sr J. F. I) UNTON. T Ail. now prepared to oSer the trade ono of the most ex- JL tensive Stocks of Goods ever offered in this market. As regards variety, quality and prices, I can offer greater in dneemetits than any other house, having taken sdl advanta ges iu my selections as well as lreiuhL Jiupply my former customers antLall others who wish to purcnase at low prices, we would say call and examine be- lore mamngyour seiectious. I shall continue my Auction Sales as usual. Jeans, Feathers, lteeswax and Un.gvcng, taken in exchange for Goods at market prices. r,,o, . J. F. DITXTOX, fb2C,.-i Xo. 51. Public Square. . OKANOES, ORANfiES. A B0XIS of the above in good onler; rJJ 174 boxes Cheese, suitable far tha Summer; 21'0 Cocoa, Xuts, just received; 20 boxes assorted pickles, fresh; 10 " 3Iacaroni, 5 bbls Cranberries, G boxes Lemons, " Forsuhat J. marchj 'Hi g.;a c. roberivox-s, Broadway. JT. RHODES, JI. T. HAD EX, W. B. CASUX. Late of Tenn. Late of Xashville, Late of Columbia RHODES, HAVEN & CO., TOilVAEDIXGAKD WJULTSSIOK MEBXHAUTS, aVo. 84 XyMtiurrey.re-t, tout ride, lelota Second, CIXV1XXATI. Will give special attention to I'orwardintr Goods. Pro duce, etc ; also t the purchase aud sale of all kinds of Pro duce, aud articles of Ci.vci.x.vti and PimcucQ Mannfic tures. Refer to Xashville Merchants generally JAMKS C0LLI.VS.xCO., Pittsburg, Fonvardiiig Agents, jaiii d t w .1 ir Cm. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY COU..T OF DAVIDSON. Marcli Term, 1851. Wmv W-alkerand his wife Catharine against Geo. 1). 11am letf. Adm'r, and iithcrs. IT appeal ing to tlni Court at the present term of Ihe Coun ty Court ot said countv, from proof iu the above cause, that S. Johmon and his wife. Patser Jobnsou. fimuerlv Pat- sey Earheart, are non-rcsideiits of the State of Tenntsse, xo that the i-nlinaryiirocv of this Court cannot beterved ou Ihem. It is Ihcicfere ordered by the Court that the Clerk and Master of this Court notify the said defendants Jtdinsou and wife by publication in some newspaper publ-shed in the cirj- of Xashrille Tor the- space of thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear al the May tenn, .ssid, of this Court, to be holdeu at lhe(!ourt-hiuseiuXashviiIe on the first Monday in said May next, lop.'ead, answer or demur to the bilUiie in this cauo, or Ihe saidwiilbe taken for conl'e-scM, and set for heariiij),jr.'ut said term, of this Court - Soiilcr aud Mjioey, bolicitorsfor Complainauls. F, It CHEATHAM, marlO Ini. C. 4 M of Davidson Connty Court :V ALiUAISIjE NEVROES FOR SALE. Ur virtue ufa decree of t-'-e County Court of Davidson County, rendered at theFebnury term. 1334, in the case of WnuX. Phipps, etal, ts. Alexander W.Gray, etaL I will offer lor sale at the Comt-hoiise, in the town ot' Xashville ou Saturday the first day of April next, the following young negroes, towh: Klisha aged about 23 years, Morris, aged about 20 jears. Fred, du di 11 - Lewis do h 13 u Juda, do do 14 " Said uegrues belong to the estate of ltobert Phipps, de ceased, and are sold for distributions upon the following terms to wit: Uron u credit of 12 months, excejtt the sum of $5, to be paid in cab, notes with good security required, inarlo '64-td F. It. CHKATUAM. C. A M. VAMJARLE LAND AND NEVROES FOR SALE. IYvirtneofadecree of the County Court of Davidson 1 County, tendered at tho March term, 1S54, in the casa of Isaac Saunders, etal, vs. James Mitchell, et al. I will offer for sale on the premises on Friday, the 31st day of March, ISM', a tract of Land, containing 105 acres mors or less, lyingin the third civil district ot" Davidson county, near Hurricane Creek, about two miles from the Murfiees boro' Turnpike, aud about It! miles from Xashville. AI0 At the same time and place the following ne groes to wiu L1len,aged about 45 years, 21 23 " 22 " 10 " 8 " 5 3 " 3 " Edmund, do Iienis, Mary, America, Charity, Bob, Xathan, Wade, do do do do do do do ....?....... John, do.. 8 months. Said property belongs to the estate of James Mitchell, decea-ied, and is sold for distribution. TERMS The negroes will be sold upon a credit of 12 months, and the land upon a a edit of 1 and 2 years, 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 uotes are paid. F. R. CH EATIIAM, msrlo'.'Vt td Clerk A Master CHANCERY SALE. IX pursuance of a decree of the Chancer)' Court at Nasii ville. made in the case of Jacob McfJarock and others, complainants. against V.K.Stevenson and others defen dants I shall proceed to sell ut public auction, at the-Court-IIouse iu Xaahrille, unless previously sold at private sale on Saturday Ihe first day of April next; that valuable tract of LAXD belonging to the estate of Hugh W. McCa vuck, dcc'd(orso much us may be necessary to pay the debts) I ting about one mile below Xashville, and adjoining the lands of J.rsander McGavock, aud Dr. David S. Mc Gavock. It will be sold ou a creditof one, two and three years, with interest, Xotes with gnoJ security payable in Bank, and a lien letained ou the property till payment of the notes. Sold without redemption. The land is laid ofT in lots to suit purchasers. JACOB McGAVOCK, fe dtfa Trustee. STATE OF TENNESSEE, DAVLUSON COUNTY C0UBT, March Term, 1851. James Wright and others, 1 rs. f Order of Publication. Agnes Slarkie and others. J IX this cause, it appearing ihattwoof the defendants, to wit: William licit and Joseph Hurt, have left the State, and that the usual process of the conit cannot be served upon them, it was crdered that publication be made in some newspaper for thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear at the Courthoue in Xashville on tho nrst Monday iu April next, and plead , answer or demur tndho bill, other wise the same w ill be taken for confessed as to them and at for hearing ex parte. mcha '54-lm F. R. CHEATHAM. Clerk. STATE OF TENNESSEE: DAVIDSON COUNTY COURT, MARCH TtKM, 1J.M. Samuel Pinkcrfon, et al. 1 rs. J- Order of publication. Alien I'ickard.A wife et at J 'X this cause it appearii g tothe satisfaction of the Court i lhat Cuger Stark, and liis wifs nna Stark, formerly Anna l'it.kertou two of the defendants, ate n:i reaiderts of this State, and that the usual process of Ihe Cirt can not be served upon them. It wasornered llr.it Hiblication be made in some newsissper published iu Nashville, for thirtr davs. refiuirinx said delendauU to come forward at iLe Mav terra of the Court to be holdeu at the Court house in the town i f Xashville, on the first Monday in May next, and pl&d, answer or demur to the bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them aud set Tor hearing ex mrte. Tne contents of the bill beinsr an ntmlicatioti for the sale of Uud heton-iing to tho estate of David Pinkerton, de ceased, Mr itis'.nbutiou. maris '54 F. R. CHKVTHAX. O M. fl.f.l . J 1.. . ..IS! .IJIUtf w I, 1 1 , II T U , I i u ' ,1 i n ,.:. nib ai.ll.lItV i Ji.Vy . i wv ...... ,J I ., , r- ; r t 1 1 1. 1. ill moil oi nil rimnir ucr iricuusauu uc . rr . T i n . r i f ll,. I'C generally llllt sue UiS murcil an ut u .-7 rouches. Buggies, Ac, to Xo. 6tf, Lower Market street, (it being- the well known Factory- of F. Sloan, dee'd ,) where she in vites her frieuds und customers to examine her stock, which consists iu part, or Cnrriolas, Barouches, Conches, Buggies, Ac .At; all of the most modern and improted plans, which she is offering very low for cash, U close buliiesK. marlt'St ?" ' THE INDIA BUBBES COJIB COMPANY, OHca 44 Cliff Street, New York. SDLE Manufacturers under G.dye-ar'; FsfroJ. f ih Tnide a laree assortment of India Rubber Dress ing Cml: lldicJucrarid Side C;nb,. Children's Iong Ihaubs Acl at the highest hmsh, and superior iu elasticity and durability to combs ofany other material They teel seller to thehead thau any other Comb, are not affected by moisfure or grease, and warranted to stand any climate, and rioi to Tvarpor split. ... Foe sale at the principal Comb Dealers in New York, and at tlie Depot of ihe Company. feb.' 'H Sinil. A FEW COPIES 0. F that beaatifol Song Hk,aoXl iS FOR THE LITTLE ONES AT HOME. Jut received be lebi5 "HAS, W.SMITH. College st AARON V. BROWN. Congressional and Political Speeches, and other Writings ot tJi-GoTernor Aaron Y. Browo. of .Tennessee. -For1 -sale by , matU CHARLES W.SMITH SUiNDRIES. pTUoI iMtCEfV,EMT FINK ASSORTMENT . Ol lieaUesnea a furnishing goods, toirether with era ry desenptou of CsimereVtingsTd ClottT Ext penenced cotters and workmen are employed al u.y esUb Iishmeat. and gentlemen can rely ou laiviDg their 'aispariil made when promised, and in tha most fasbtonabl BiarmVr CsHat T.J. UOIOUS. Jn24 '54 Cedar street CARD. Dr. T. W. COXXElt, ITivsio.Paihic; or" Botanic Physician, having returned from a reetut visit of business to California, again, offers his Medical Ser vices to the AQlicted Public, trusting the general Htl'.a.. tiou be hat heretofore given will restore him his former liberal with increased Patronage. Office on the corner of Union and Summer streets; Resi dence 27 Summer street, between Broad and Church. febi'54 Sm. EAST FLORIDA LAND AVENCV. BY J. G. POINTS. H sf ertnees. Hon. A. H. II. Stuart, Stanton, Va- , , Dr. Jk Shackelford. Courtland, Ala. Hon. J.J. Ormood, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. -Dr. J.. Purice, ilobile, Ala. J- J.McMahon, Ksq.,New Orleans. Cot B. a Burnett 1 . -B.M. Bradford, Esq., V Abordcen, Mis. HotuS. Adams, j Hon. J. A. Wilcox, 1 .... . . Hon. 1L 3. Focte? f M-a'PP'. Tampa. Florida. Jao.24 'M-ly. JZAkJ' PAPER! WALL PAPER!! U.i uaj u. a one assortment of French acd American Paper Hangings for Parlors. Halls, Dining tlinnw fThfimfird .t r S.!l s Itroi. Int rtt rhon itni.l.,A.S l.. . . . ... ft- " t r. .r"8t -uwaers, Fuo Screens, Window Curtains, Ac, at ELAGAS A GORBET, Nashville Wall Paper Store, Xo. 80 College , . X B. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted, done in the best manner. an'29 '54 j SEQUOYAH HOUSE! TAR- II. ROBERTSON' having leased for a term JL of years this commodious and centrally lo cated House, situated on the corner of Summer , and Church streets, convenient to the Railroad Depot, u now prepared to accommodate the tmrellirc poblic, and from fifty to one hundred day boarders. He pledges him. seir to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor hiia with their patronage, feb2I triwAwtf DR. KELLOGG, HOMCEAPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Orncs CoaxaaSniaiaK axd Uxiox Stshts. RESIDENCE Xo. 23 Summer street, next dour but oaa to Odd Fallows' Hall. Cases of Remedies and Books for family use constat! r on hand. rjanl5-4m JUST RECEIVED. -i f BOXES St, Louis Soda Crackers, fresh; IU 10 bbls do do Butter do du; 10 bbls do du Waler do do; 50 boxes assorted Raisins, M. It; 100 boxes Cheere, W. R. at Cincinnati prices; 50 boxes Glass Jars, anvrted sizes, cheap, 20,000 Havana Cigars, for Xashville retail; " llVl'MM Ihu Cmidr at lOtf rr lh.. hr wliidtfAalA naplnsm manufacture; and all other articles cheap in protio'tion, J.G.AC. ROlSkRTSO.V, feb!3 Broadway, Xo. 24. "IHO VRAND"!!! , MAOX1FIGIEXT lot of FRENCH WORK Erabroider iesopeuinS this day by R- C McNAlRY A CO. febl3 FOR RENT Ona Store lUtu,acd two or three rooms iu the third storr back building of tha asr block, corner of Cherrr and ilcaJerick streets. Apply to J. W. J. Manning, or" W. F. COOPER, feblT tf At the Building. i; OAl' loo liUXtS No. 1 Soap, received lor sals by O STEWART A WEAKLEY, febl. Xo. 8, Urvsaway. CLOVER AM) FLELD WEEUS-oO BAKKtLS Clover Seed, 100 bush.. Orchard Grass, 100 bushels Utoe Grass, 5 bbls Timothr Seed. For tale by '" STEWART A WliVKXEY. fehl-S Xo 8. Broadway. O.MU. SE-1S lo BULS received and fbrsala by STEWART A WE.KXEY, , feblS Xo. 3. Broadway. CRANBERRIES la BARRELS just received from Cincinnati and for sale by STEWART A WEAKLEY. feb!5 Xo. 8. Broadway. LARD U1L-SA UHli of superior quality, just re ceived ter Cumberland Valley, and for sale br : STEWART A WEAKLEY, feb!5 Xo. 8, Broad st V1E FRUIT 20 BOXES Pia Fruit received and for sole by STEWART A WEAKLEY, feb!5 No. 8, Broad st UCKWJIEAT FLOUR .V) BAGS received and STEWART A WEAKLEY, Xo. 8. Broad it tor sale bv feb!5 flEAS 10 HALF Chests Imperial and U on powder JL Teas in metalic packages. 5 half chests Black Tens, all grades, for sale by- STEW ART A WEA KLEY,, feb!5 Xo. 8, Broad st O UN DRIES 5 BOXES Essence or Cofn-e; IO 5 boxes Ground Coffee; ' 500 boxes Gromid Pepper; j.. 10 bbls S S Almonds, in store and for sale by STEWART A WEAKLEY, feblS Xo.8. Broad st D. R. CLAIBORNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, orrics in coorta'a buildings, ctuntRr stkkct, X'ashville.'Tenn. STR.VWBERRY VINES. I HAVE made arrangements to supply the citizens of Nashville with tha superior Strawberry Vise, grown bv Mr. Henry Driver, consisting oreversl choice varieties, drawings of which may bo seen st my store. Orders left one day will be promptly filled the next morning. , J.G.BROWN, feb24'54. 43 Cullego.tr oet. ONION TUPS-20-barreU just received and ier sala by W.F.GRAY, feb'J5 '54 Cor. Broad and Market sta. LAND WARRANTS. We are bnying acd payiup the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending io as by mail or otherwise may depend on getting ths higheat prices at which they are selling at the time in N ashrili, and tho cash remitted or paid to order. jmygl DYER PEARL A CO. PRINTERS, 31 ERCH ANTS, AND PEDLARS I HAVE increased and am still increasing my paper ma chinery, and am now manufacturiog from 50lo70 reams of printing paper daily, and can till an order of two or thrw hundred reams in a weeks notice of any ofhe sizes named below, aud at the prices attached. The quaHly ot the paper will be the same as that used by all tha NaahvLIIa political papers. The terms hereafter will be cash before the paper leaves the store, unless it is for sums over f 2u0,on which' ninety days to four months will be given br the purchasers estab lishing to my satisfaction both theirsolvency andrprompt nes., and giving note payable in Bank with a good en dorser. , The following are the, sizes and" prices'' viz : , 23 by 42 at i-l'-lS per ream; t 21 by 37 at 3 25p?r' ream; 27by4lat 400 " j 24 by SO at 8 55 " " 20 by 3S at 3 50 "I24br31at 312K'.' " 25by3at d7K" " 23byS3at 300 24 by 33 at 3J5 " 3-Jby32at S75 ' " Sizesvaryicg in proportion, but ho variation ta'tne prices above fori ream or 1,000 reams. ' " Printers in St LonU and Memphis are referred '!o my prices, Ac. Freight from Nashvilla to either point) range frotn 0 to 40o per 100 during the booting season. i.nrwrvS W-.S-WHlTEJiiAX. : : cu MERCILVNTS AND PEDLAILS RAGS "WANTED. I AM paying three cents per lb, cash, for all the col ton and linen RAGS 1 call get, delivered at my paper and rug warehouse on the square. Xo merchant or pedlar need have any fears of selling me all tlie rags they bring at the highest price. It m ti.e interest and duty of the merchant to-brrr ragt. forit creates and draws a custom he otherwise would not get, and ho puts to use that. which, would otherwise, go to waste. Some silly persons eotwUerit a disgrace to save rags Thevare ignorant ofthe foci that Ihe pnHluct fjotn raga has done more to advance the happiness of mankind than any other one thing known to the arts ol man, andthcra are thousands of intelligent mm who are not awars otihe in calculable advantage they would bestow npon.a grow ids; up family by saving their lags, and with them or thsir pro ceeds pay foragood wpaper, that thoir children would leuni to read with avidity, and gather from it a holt of lo- fonnafuin in whjcu our wen ueinR u iaro.i janS W.8.WHITEMAN. JUCEIVED PER STEAMER RESCUE : 03 bbls. Clover Seed; 100 bbls Flour; 200 bags Buck Wheat Floor. ' " For Ie low for cash by (feb24l CHAS. J. CtACrt. LANDICETII'S GARDEN SEEDS- For 185-1. I HAVE received a Large stock of the above teedt, and am selling at rates reasonable enough to please all who are in waut Tha stock left over last year was very Large, consequently there are very few" fresh seeds in the marks', but if sou want a genuine article call at W.IL GRAYS teb24 '54 .Drag Store. Corn. Broad and jtarket sU ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD I AND 50 lbs. of Soap for 75 cents, can bo made by pur chasing ona of Bobbit'seansof PoUih.a Iji-an Mir article in tins market, K0 of which have been sold In tha last two weeks. For sale only by "' F-O BAT, febi4 '54 Cur.Broad and Mark4 st LOOK AT TJUS.-Havins taken out U.r til. new corporation law ,tffijffl2k. d sell negroes on 'Z'ri'eX Tsuces on Negroes left wim us for e p to obey instructions, unless it be to ejIpri:B 8 or ten likely prU wanted. VAay. $3 Cedar atreet NKGWlX"& ' to work m rrth, twtfeou whiA tS par msmth Will oecivea' rr J . nin.Tiinr viag. -io. sa. hjiiiiom..