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JR3 s VOL. XXIV. CMIOSTAOT AtERICAN' OVFICE-Kg.j I rj-DKADEmCK STREET THE WEEKLY UNIONAND AMERICAN Isfiiraislied -id subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, od ytjiu iu auvnucr. v- wuuiu me voar$d wj at meeuu of the year tl 04. Cixss Of Ore and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Cubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing ratea. xe TKl-WEEKXY is published every'Tuesday. f horsdny and Saturday, at per annum in ad ranee; if.tws paia id advance,. $6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. HTTHK .MONEY I ' ALL .CA3E3 ffO, ACCOJLFANY SUBHCRIPTI03 . ,..,.. rtemittances of Bubscriptions mat be Made by mall it our tisk. ' i aper will be sent eut of the State unless the order U C' companied with the cash. MEDICAL. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER. rpllK great Remedy lor Rbeuuuttism,Gout, pain In the Side X. ilip, iiacs, luuds ana joints, bcrolula, Jving s Lvil White Swellings. Hard Tumors, SUIT Joints, and all fixed pains whatever. Where this" Plaster ta applied Pain cannot exisr. S30, heard so mdeh said in the latter place in favor of JEW DAVID'S PLASTER, and of 'the (as he considered) miraculous cures it had performed, that he was Induced, to u j fhuu uiaumipcniUD, ioru auug auu uvor .Aufcuuo, the removal of which had been the chief object of his jour ney; but ty hich bad .resist ed.tbe genial and delicious, clime. lie accordingly applied ajiiaiier on tne ngnt side or ma vii't nunc tuc Mfciti nH pcicu( uuuiuci unHnu wa shoulders,' and one1 over the region -of the- liveri lii-the mean time he drank freely cf an herb tea of laxative qual ities, lie soon found his health improving, and in a few weeks his cough left him; the sallowuess t his akin dis&p peored, his pain was removed, and his health became per manently reinstated. The following is from Mr, Worslell, editor' of the Mas sillion Gazette: "Ge.vii.kwkx. Dunng. last winter and spring, I was so troubled with a pain in my.breast as to render me unlit for the duties of ,mr office and hearing your JEW DA VID'S or HEBREW "PLASTER highly recommeuded for similar cases, 1 was induced to give it a trial. I had worn a plaster upon my breast bat a -short time', when. all pain toft me, and I was enabled again to engage in the labors of lUe ollice. 1 would also state, that my sister, residing in Steube nville in this StaU), has received much benefit from it use. Yours, truly, JOHN P WORSTELL." Massillon, November 12, 1843. It has been very beneficial in cases of Weakness, such at Pain and Weakness iu the siomach, Weak Limbs, Lame i.e, Affection of the Spine, Female Weakness, Ac No leniale, hubject to pain or'weakness in' the back' or sides, should be without it. Married ladies iu delicate situations tind great relief from constantly wearing this plaster. The application of the Plaster between the shoulders has been found a certain remedy for Col Js, Coughs, PblbUic, and Lung Affections, in their primary stages. It destroys inflammation by perspiration. Beware of counterfeits and base imitations! CAUTION. The subscribers are the only General Agents iu the Southern States' for the f ale of this truly valuable Plaster; and in order to prevent purchasers being imposed upon, by a couuterieit article, sold in this city and else vv here, tor the. genuine, they imite particular attention to the following Mbks ox Tut Glscink : 1st I'll ytnuiti is put up in tmooth, engine turned lot ttriiud Aaiif, -not soldered in, Sfd Tht yenvint fiat thttnyravtd head of Jfte David on tli Jinctioiti around tki (nuufi accompanying record of Cuurt la JZ Taylor, JiocAitUr. SCOVIL.A MEAD, 111 Chartrcs'street, New'Orlean's. ' (leneral Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom ' all orders must be addressed. , Sold also. Wholesale and Retail by BERRY A DEMOVAL, 1 EWIN BROTHERS, W. P. GRAY, J. M. ZIMMERMAN. janl2. dtwiw Agents. "hIlOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S rREENI7 For flic oure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, .Miscarriage or Aboitiou, and the relief of all those Sympathetic NervoHS Affections attendant on . Pregnancy. Much of the suBuring attendant upon the lives of females at the present day may Xe traced to soma slight imprudence ar neglect during some critical period of thuir jfculiar sea sons, causing obNtructions, irregularity, A.C., wliicli, if not lelieved, gradually weakens 4ai Oeranges'lhe system, and by sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,; Ac which either hurry them to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many oJ the fairest and loveliest of creation, at thatoge when the bud was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist nature at that eventful period. TRY TllEPHlLOTOKEN. It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive fur a certain class of com plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can perform. Sold by SCOV1L A- MEAD, 111 Chartrcs street, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom all orders must be addressed. jan!2 ly dtwiw. 59 Jlroad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Offer for fide Ute follourinq Heavy Cotton Fabrics: NEW-ENGLAND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all numbers, hard and soft; also all the Tarions widths ol Cauvass manufactured at this establishment comprising ev ery variety known to the trad, and offered at the lowest rates. UNITED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and Mount Vernon Eilra. A full as.ortuient of this superior fabric WILLIMANTIC COTTON DUCK-K., IS, 20 and 22 inch, all numliers, hard uud soft. This fabric was an arded the highest Premium at the Luudou World's Pair, also at our own State Fair. SHIP AND BEAR MARK DUOK Plain and twilled, manufactured by the (lieeunood'it Company, a superior ar ticle for light sails, tents, awnings. Ac: ado. Mount Ver non Twilled Ravens. Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phoenix Mill-; Light Cotton Raven", plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do. do. COTTON SAIL TWINE A lull assortment. TARPAULINS, HAMMOCKS. SIUFFS, &c. PAPER FELTING 80 to VI inch, made very heavy, expresly for drier felts. CAR COVERING -Cotton Canvass, all widths, Irom 80 to ISO indie, and all numbers, made expresily for cover- ng and roofing railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently ' "waterproof, and more enduring than the car itself. ENAMELLING CANVASS-80, -83, 40, 45 and 50 inch plain aud ftcilled." in every variety. "BAGS AND EAGODIG-01 everr description. Siam lens Hags, wbven"wliohVair;siiB; inrnlles of loo, 200 and ,800; combining sliengtb, utility and cheapness, for grain and meal, are unsurpassed. , Also, heavy Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Call rass, 8 thread .Waq aud Filling, heavy twilled, do. do., 20,22, 40, and 44 iiicb. i "WOOL SACKS Vjveu whole all siie, a ne and desira ble article. febU.VM lyd. . ENTIItELY NKWt DR DROMGOOUC At'O, ban just received at No. 12, 'College St., Naihville, aneuraiid complete aswtineut of Family MeJlcliiOj, l'erruino, Toilet and Family oap, ShonlJor BraeeVHuppotterSjJic., which ho offers to lbs trade. AVIIOLESAXE AND ItKTAII. st prices warraiiU-.l tasutttbe times. I ho following comprises a part of his Stock, vU: 120 doi Mustanz Llnliaont, i 43 do KxtraTollrt .Soaps, t iHi do iwiuata a tvuuuj uu ramiiy.ooaps .MliUl. i too do Common Cakes. doJi)ar'$ Charrj' P'eto rl, ' do Chinese KtioumaUc, do Kuleton, Clarx co-s.cod urer OH. 103 CO do Lyon Katbalron, 'vnnHiPlnlf!llDF Ant iloip. Petty Davis' Pain Killer. do Williri'iSarparilla' Far roll' Arabian Liniment, do Usury's Inngwrat'i Cordial, do ilorvOs . InTjjorat- iiouck-s ramtrea, Gray's Olutn.eut, House's Medicines, Dr. P. Jajne'i Medicines. Moffalt's and ilraudreth's Plll. Arnold's and Houses Pills, Smith's and Soulo's do, Wright's atiiiCdok's do. Jayne.'snnd Peters' do, Carter's Spanish Mixture, Urban's Antl-Baehanalian, F.liiir for Intemperance, Urban's Anti-Dyspeptic Ex celsior. ing cordial, do Hoeplaud's German man Hitters, dj- Bull's 'SBrsaparllla, 43 lio do Uroineoole'a.FemalOj I1HI... ""til- i &00 do Mcl.Hnu's.t Fahnes smelt's Vermifuge, 0-1 do Fibo and common Colognes K4ort. do Hair Pomatums, 100 100 M 00 uo uo UI1S, do Assorted Lviracts for! Ladies', Children's A Gents, the hindkercliior, Shoulder Ilracos, do '1 raunparonl Wash, Hebraw Plaster, Hulls, i lloughton's IVpsln, do Tranparcnt Cakes. ' Marchise's Uterine Catholi do Sapinatiou Coni-i con, pound, Smith's Tonic Syrup, do Fum Honey Soap, Graetfenberg .Medicines, 21 "48 3u 34 orrizuNs of xasiivim.e nhonecdanyarticleln our line, would do well to call and evauilne,asthe stock ts fresh and complete, and the prices andqnallty of each article in the IIouso, will give comp'ete atistaction. Forsuch&rtlclesasyouhaveto purchane, which we have for sale, it is to ho hoped that you ill U us a call, as this lthe riRvTsmlos'i.v House oftho Wind ever cstablisbedla the State. Country Drujtfisls and Merchants can purchase atthW House', many articles at lowh less prices than they haveortou;ht. Will you jive us acall or an order. You ran And us at No. 12, Colic fra t., Nashville. Kast side. raarl.M J. P. UKOMGOOLK &CO. THE aiEWICAL MACNET, OK," EVEHY ONE HLS OWN PHYSICIAN. This is the only Woik treating on PRIVATE DISEASES, common to MALE and. FEMALE, and that oontains RECIPES for the cure of the same. It gives the symptoms of the different discas.es, follows them up in their'ditTeieut stagei with re diies written in plain English, for their cure. From this w rk'tlio unfortnuate can learn their precise situation, take their lencil and make out a prescription, (which can be procured at any Jnig Store), and by following implicitly the instructions, be cured and save exposure. The author of this woik. nlato frotrssor in one oi me leauing jueuicai fonnat:on ul the Generative Organs, with proper explaua. UAdress 11UG11ES i CO., Publishers, Tost paid, Phila delphia, Pa. Prce tl per Copy Free of Postage. marSO '54 d A' wSm Colleges or Philadelphia, uas, pcrnai ran t 1nthe curer,f Pri ate Diseases, in dill'erent stages of Socie ty thau any other Physician in the country. It contains a :..i.T..I l.itiincranluc 1-iffure oi a reuiaie, auoniuir ris MEDICINE, HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL, PURELY VEGETABLE' INI ITS COMPOSITlONr Thls Invaluable Cordial, Uextractod from Herbs and Kootsj which have bean found after years ef ejtperieueetbylhe most, sklllfjl Physicians, to bo possessed or qualities most behe Hclalln the diseases for which it Is recommended, and hencd whilst It Is nresenled to the public as an efficacious remedy. Ills alto known to bo of that character on which reliance may tie placed as to its safety. In cases of Impotoney, He morrhages, Disordered Slertlllty,Monstruatlon, orSupnres slon of the MeDMS. Flour Albas or Whiles, or for 1 3 ' Debility arising from any ranse, such as weakness from sickness, where the patient has been confined to bed for some time, for Females after confinement. Abortion or Miscarriage, this Cordial cannot boexcelled in Us salutary enacts: or In loss of muscuiar onergy, lrntaunity, fhtslcal t'lostialion, hemi nal Weakness. Palnllation of the Heart. Indigestion. Sluir glshness, Decay of the Procreatlve Functions, Nervousness, 4c, whero a tojic Medicine it required, it will be found equai, u noisupenor to any compound ever nsea. To Females. Henry's Invigorating Cordial, is one of the most valuable Medicines intheruanv ComnUlutt to which Females are subject It assists nature to brace the whole system, check excess, aua creates renewed neaun and nappiness. i.es angering, diteasaand unhapplncss among IiSdios would ex ist, were they generally to adopt the use of this Cordial. Ladles who are debilitated by iboia obstructions which fe. males are liable to, are rustorod by the use of a bottle or two, to bloom and to vigor. Young1 Jllen: ; That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence of man and It is the young who are most apt to become its victims, front an ignorance of the danger to which thoy subject themselves, causes -- " 'Nervous Debility, Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay- Many Of you may now be suffering, misled as to the cause or source of disease. To those, then, who by oxcess have bronght on themselves Prematuie lmpoieucy, Involuntary Seminal Emissions, Weakness andbhrlvellingoflbe GenitalOrgans, Nervous. Affection, or any other conseauences of unrestrain ed indulgence of the sensual passions, occasioning the r.'o- essuy oi renouncing ine leucines oi fllnrvinwA- lestenlng both mental and bodily capacity. IIolJI Honry's laviirnratiuEr Cordial, a Medlcino that is' nurelv Wfi-etabte. will aid nature' to' restore those Important functions to a healthy state, and will prove of servlco.to you.j ltpossesses rare virtues, is a general remover of disease', arid strength ner .of the system. As a Tonic Medicine. it Is unturpastod. We do not place this Cordial on a footing with quack medicines, and, as is customary, append'a'long list of KecominendallouB. Certificates, ic. bc?innlnsr with "Hear what the Preacher says," and suchlike; itis not nec etary)for "Henry's Invigorating Cordial,'' only needs a trial to prove that It will accomplish all we say. The Genuine "Henry' Invigorating Cordial," is put opln 8 oz Pannel Hotllesand is easily recognized by the Manufacturer's signature on the label of each Mottle, (to counterfeit which Is forgory,) as well as the name blown in the glass. ilf- sow tor l per Uotttc; Six Tor 58: 510 per dozen. Prepared only by tf.E. COHEN. Xo.3 Pratulln Howl Vine ttreot, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa., to whom allOli. DBKSmnstbe addressed. For sale by all respectable Drug gists and Merchants throughout the country. For sale attho Pateut Medicine Depot, No. 12 College St., by J. P. Dromgoole or Co, wholesalo Agent for the Stale, and only agont In Nashville decll tim d&tw. DR. JOHN" BULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. Tsx most powerful King on the face of the (rlobe now' raigns snprems in the American Kepublic The power of the crowned heads of JKurope siak into injijniflcance when compared to that of our American King. European Kings employ the power vested in them to tocraaM the riches of Che rich and lordly, and to reduce to jrtattr misery and degradation the poor and depen dant. Our American King goes forth with equal wiinns;- f Bass to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready alike i to aanunistex raiwi ana to oner ar-aiia aua uapppiuuas te the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. DR. JOHN iTJLIS GREAT AMERICAN KING Is ths Tsxtk. WoiTDza or Tfrs tVoaLD, and the greatest classing tvar offered to afflicted humanity; to the suffering millions, the Doctor can say, relief b at your command. Yoa hav only to uu this magical remedy. All thme who still suffer, and will not accept the proffered balm, dsaerve not the pity of their families. This wonderful zoediclns, during the brief period since' Its introduction, has carried happiness to the hearts of thousands, and made life a charm to many who heretofore regarded It only aa a painful and miserable existence. To tht winds with all liniments, Embrocations, Pain Killers, and Pain Extractors, and let millions of glad tongues proclaim the merits of the great "American King of Pain," a preparation composed solely of vegeta hies and roots, produced by America's own rich and bounteous soil. We would ask the Lasits, who are always competent Judges of what is and what is not a valuable family medi cine, to do us a special favor by giving the' King of Pain a single trial, and if satisfactory, exert their influence In Its behalf, recommend It, speak well and often of it, and se that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. The Ladies are always charitable, and whan they induce their goffering friends to uae this really valuable medicine, they will be doing an act of benevolence that they"cau will b proud of. This Is a powerful and truly magical ramedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, burn, &e., and for many Internal afflictions, it is a certain cure, ytt it is perfectly harmlen, and Incapable or producing, the least injurious effects in the most delicate cases or1 the weakest constitution. It U entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out. system of publishing to the public thousands of certifi cates of wonders performed by this medicine. It costs but twenty-five cents to try it ; and Dr. Bull stakes his well-earned reputation on the King of i'ain doing all and more than he claims for it. We would ask, bare you tht Rheumatism or Gout: these art not pleasant companions, and we know that Sou would like to drive theni away as soon as possible, iea use - "BULL'S KINO OP PAHf." Would you be cured almost immediately, of Dowel Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera Mor. bus. Cramp Colic, llead Ache, Tooth, or any other ache -er pain, the remedy is simple and the cure certain. TJ3 THE GREAT KTA'G OF FADf. Would you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Burns, Etaids, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat It, use the MAGICAL KINO 07 FAIN. Would you be eured of Scald Bead, Stiff Joints, Sort Throat, Neuralgia, Son Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or Ring Worm; Salt Kheum, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other. Sores, either dry or running, we say again and again, TOCa siMinr is Dr. John Bull's " KINO OF PADf ." Would yon 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 SareaparOla Internally, and the King of Pain externally, nothing can be most certain than a speedy and effectual cure. OB. JOHN BULL'S PBINCIPAL OFJICE, Fan Caots Sixxxt, On Dooi snow Man, LOUISVILLE, KT TOR SALE BT DRUGGISTS & MERCHANTS THROUGH OUT THE UNITED B i'Af JL3. KWI.N'O MUO'S, Agent. W. F. OKAY, Ageut. BELL AHT) BRASS T0TWDBY: OKFXOXT, aWTJA BROAD Sl'REKT. THE Subscriber respectfully returns his ft 1 thanks to the public lor past favors, and so- Bl licits a continuance of patronage in the above wsSesline. also COPPER AND S1IF.ET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Mctal ic Packings, Ilalbit Metal and Casting. Soda Founts, Generators, AIoFuiupi, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, onepaircd at short notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass. junc!!2 ly II- ALBERT COOK & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF OPTICAL, MATIIIttlATICAI. AND SUK- TJSYIXG INSTRUMENTS, NO. S JOHN STREKT, NEW YORK. march2 8m. TKUTII ISMICHTY AND WILL I'KEVAIL. HUTCHISONS CELEBRATED 0IKTKENT, 18 the most effectual rcuiedy for Piles, Sore or Caked Breast, Cuts, Bruises, &c, now citant. This ;mcdi ciue is prepared with great care, ami never fails to give re lief when properly adminlatcied. Remember It Cures Piles -speedily. . It Cures Sores or Caked Breast immediacy. It Cures Cuts, Bruises or Sores -on mau or horse. The afllicted are invited tu in re it a trial. It it dees not accomplish what we claim font, lhiu pionounce it a hum bug and demand yraicnionoT. The proprietor ha in bisj"idioiiany number oT cer tificates from the fust ciiiionsof Virginia aud oilier Stales; several a. which accompany each box. We give the fol lowing irom the shirlfl" of "Jlottclourt county, Virginia Mr. Piker: Fi.fCASTLK,Dec.21, 165S. Us. HcTcniso.v Dmr Sir I had been an almost con stant sufferer 1 1 om Piles fortenor twelve years previous ti the time I heard of jour ointmeut. I have "given it a fair trial, and lor the last two years have had no symptoms of the disease, and con skier myself entirelv cured. 1 think it due to you to make this statement, and to the public at large, that your invaluable ointment should be more"gen orally known. Yours respectfully, R. I'lTZER. Sold wholesale and retail, by JO. G. I1ROWN, febll '54 omdAtriw Agent, College street. xtepaieu uv ? . nuicniaon. ft Uo.. Amsterdam. Vs. JUST received 5o gross .No. 1 MATCHES in wood boxes. fjan22j W. F. GRAY, Broadway. SB(9sjiliBHsssssssssssssK' -N'XVVVSBBBBBBrSBBPSSBWIV?1' MEDICINAL. STRONG UOl'H TOE ALC E'HEDMATIG PATIENTS. WITHOUT the least shadow of'doubt, theChincso' Rheumatic Antidote, is the" only reliable 'reme 1 dy before the publle, for the iramedfate' ana permanent ru Hal of. long standing casos of , . unroiiic nncnmnusm, zeToro.aiiuvxi all contracted decarof the swellings; acute liheumatlsm, Tic Doloreux, Cramps and f . . ... ... Tl. ! I.. l tl...' ' OJ'IUIUI. IXIii,Mi IU uiouiciuo iiuui; lUO King or Rheumatism, and frorrl the" rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction which is dally given by It, Its astonishing effects tannot be doubted. Severe. '.Neuralgic Fains ... f aro speedily removed by a few applications of this' won derful combination. The old and young "need have uo fear of perfect restoration. Dead Fulsy is completely cured In an iucrodlbla short tlmo, by the use of this external application. No one need doubt It, forone stnglo llottle will never fall to give complete and unbound ed satisfaction. Contracted and Still" Joints arc perfectly relaxed and restored to 'their natural Ufa and activity, by Us use. ' Persons in- High Life who, from prejudice, or other causes, are unwilling to re jprt to a medicine which Is bronght to notice by being ad vertisjd, permitting tbemselves'to suffer' and writhe under Hgonislngand excruciating Palnsof Khomnattsm and Neu ralgia, would feel justly proud, after rubbing their limbs and Joints with ono bottle of this External Kemedy. Loss of iUitscuIur Power, wasting and decay 'of the muscles, numbness, weak back, patnfuljoints, are allspoedily cured by the use of this medi cine. We respectfully Injrlti Ibe citizens of Nashvlllo and vicin ity, who are affected with any form of Rheumatism, orolher diseases above enumerated, to call on our agent and procure a pavphlet and a bottle ofour medicine, and we confidently promise you satisfaction. A.S.YOUATToc CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lane, If. Y., to whom all orders should be addressed. For sale In Nashville by J. P. DKOMGOOLE & CO. ole Wholesalo and Retail Agent. For sale In Franklin, by F. S. WOLDKIDGB, " " " Mnrfreesboro' by J. W. NKLSON, " FayeitevlllB, McELROY & McKINNKY, u, Paducah, Ky., by SIXGLKTON &SUN, ' " " McMlnnvIUe.by J.B.STONE, marl '31 d&trw AFFLICTED BEAD.! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established .15 years ago by DR. K1NKEL1N. Theo!deL surest and best hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin.'and iolttary habits of youth, isJJR. KlNKELlN, N. W. pocner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce anil Pine, oue and a halt squares Irom the Exchange, I'tuUidelpnia. Take Particular Notice.? There is a habit which boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves,in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, aud which,, if not abandoned m due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial bap pincas, but gives ne to a scries of protracted, insidious 'and devastating affections. Few Of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are nware of the consequences, until they und the nervous system is shattered, feel strange and unac- countubieieeungs, vague tears in the mind, luo individual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed vig or, or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, lie is dull uud, irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eves without nalural lustre, shamcfaccdncss is apparent. JJicm art tymploms which thiuld awjben the attention Of thoie similarly afflicted. If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay, and having relinquished the odious practice, he sutlers under thoie terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame him,, producing mental and physical prostration. If he .eiiuucipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter malriniony, his marriage is unfruitful, und his senses tell him that this is caused by his early lollies. Too many think thoy will hug the secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how many a promising youth, who might have been an ornament tu society, has faded from the earth! Voting ?Ien ! Let no false modesty deter you from making your case known to one who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himsell uuder DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide his honor as a gentleman, and in whose bosom will be for ever locked the secret of the patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to gelherwitn all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid.) have forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at homo. Strictures of the iiretha, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters pott paid. A remittance of i!5 cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book ou the Secret Infirmities of Youth. eepti wly DK. J. II. MAItCJJISI'S CELEBRATED CATHOLICON, lor the relief aud cure of .suffering roiuaius. it siauus pre eminent for its curative powers In all diseases for which It Is recommended, ailed Female Complaints. Of these are frolai'Sus Uteri, or Falling or the Woiub; Flour Atbus, or Whites; Chronic Inflira matlon and Ulceration of the Womb; incidental He morrhage, or Flooding; Painful, Nupprt'tsod, and Irregular -Menstruation, Ac, with accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how severe orof how long standing. The Catholicon far sur passes other romerMes, iu being moro certain, less, e xnenslve, and leaving th t).lem in a better condition. Let all Interested iu such a remi-d) call ana obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ample proof, from highly respectable source, of the happy n suits ofits use, together with letters from Brit-class experienced physicians, who havo used U in their practice, and speak bain thelrown observations, Kiticsncu.-P II. Feekham, M. I)., Utlea, '. Y..L.D. firming, M. 0., Canandaizua, X. Y., M. H. Hills, .M. D., Rochester, X. V.. 1). Y. Footo, M. I)., Syracuse, N. Y., Prof, liunbar, M. D., Baltimore. Aid , J. C. Orrict. si. 11., lialti inoii, .Md., V. V. Kcese, M. l., Xew York City, W. Pres .entt, M. D., Concord, X. II., J. P. Xewland, 31. D., Utlca, X. j. Puraphlots had grails at J. P. Dkomooole & Co.'s Patent Alodluno House, College street, Wholesale aud Retal Aeut -Vashvlllo, Tennessee. . -ALSO. For sale by Da. F. S. WoLOKinac, Franklin, IgnixA. Kcile!, S-.ringHeld, JaMssT Ha. uiw, Gallatin, Cook & Owsn, Lebanon, CaorxiT & lticoLt, .Murfreesboro'. ft(rr adSrtttil to -Vsjrs. Beack Broien$on,ffentt at JV'twierry C. if-, 5. C, y Ree. C. S. Beard, cf tame State. Glsxh SraiHos, Jan. 0th, 1PA3. slesrs. Hkacu jtc URowfceox Sirs: I send for anolhe ovtle of your 'Marchisl's Uterino Catholicon." My wife ha been afflicted lor eleven years, and a variety of means has been resorted to for relief, but none wan obtained until 1 received this medicine from you. Its inSuenco seems al most magical: thero was a nianlfostlinprovemenl f.omthe day It was taken. As thero aro a groat many females In our country laboring undo r the affliction for which your inedlctno proposes a remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend it to all such. (Signed,) ri.ocou S. IS bd. ID J. U. MAKCHISItfc CO., Proprietors, Central Uo pot, SulJtroadMay, N. Y. novSJ. W.F.GRAT.AgenL Heinedies that can be relied on, being each suited to a "Specific Disease." My extensive practiceln Philadelphia tho past tlilrtyjoars has made mo acquainted with all forms of disease, and being a graduate from the University of Pennsylvania in 18-20, undertne guid ance ot Doctors Physic, Chapman, Cox, (iibson and Hare, I am enabled, from all these advantages, to offer the public the results of.that practice in the term of my Family .Medi cines. As I attend to the compounding of these Medicines my roJS, iliey are round, as thousands can testify, far superior to the many nostrums caUcd patent medicines. J. S. ROhE, M. I). He. J. 8. Jlose'a Cough Syrup, or Expectorant, is a never failing remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma. It atlay any irritation ul the Lungs, and fortifies the system agalnstfuturc attacks. In bottles at.'iOc. andSl. Dr. i. t. Hose's Whooping Cough Syrup. Tills prepara tion always gives Immediate reliefaud lrequently cures in ono week. 'rice 50c. Dr J. H. Rose's Croup Syrup. Thisdangerous complaint amongst children, jeilds immediately to this never tailing remedy. Prico 2.1c- Dr. J. S. Hose's Xervousand Invigorating Cordial stands without equal, for tho relief and euro of Heart Disease, Xeuralgta, Flatulence, Depros&ed Spirits,.'! remor of the Xervesand Muscles. Itis a great restorer to the miuaor body worn down by care, lauoror smay. Atrial or it win convince the most kkeptlcal. Price 50c. Dr. J.S. Koso's Extract of Bucbu. This is decidedly ne oftho best remedies ever used for all Diseases of the Kid neys, Madder, and all Gouty Affections. Price 50. llr. J. S. Hose's Ami-liillous, or Kail road Pills: They are adopted to the Southern sections ot the United States particularly, being often a preventative of severe billlous attacks, und when used with Dr. Kose'sTonlc .Mixture, will euro the most stubborn cases of Bullous Fever or Foyer and Ague. Price 12J and 25 cents. Dr. J. S. Koto s Pain Curer, cures all palm Internal or external. It may be relied on for curing ami giving almost Instant relief to Cholera .Morbur, Cbollc, and all pains iu tho Stomach or Bowels, Uheumatlsm from Cold, Sere Throat, pains in the Limbs, Hack or Side, Chiliblains, Sprains and Bruises. Sale to all ages. Price 12J, 23, and 59c. For Fomalo Complaints. Dr. J. S. Hose's Golden Pills, forla'ling oftho Womb, Female Weakness, Debility aud Relaxation. Price Sic. Dr. J. S. Hose's Female Specific A !remedy for Painful Menstruation, Leucorhcea or Vhitea. Price 1$. Dr. J. S. Kose'ii Dyspeptic Compound.' This preparation has nevor failed in curing the Djspepila, Indigestion or Liver Complaint, when taken in conjunction with his Alter alive or Family Pills. Price of both 75c. llr. J. S. Hose's Tonic Mixture isa never-failing remedy for Chills, Fevers and General Debility. A few doses will convinco the most skeptical. Price 50r.. Dr. J.S. Hose's SarsaparillaCompund. For all SkluDis cases, and for Purifying the Blood, it is superior to all others. Price 50cents and SI. Dr. J.S. Hose's Klixir of Opium, free from all the bad ef fects of Opium and Laudanum, such as Headache, Consti pation or tick Stomach. Price 25c. AH whose Constitutions arc impaired by disease or weak by nature, should roadDK. J. , HOSE'S MEDICAL AD VISEH, (whiehVontains a description of the Diseaies ofour climate and the mode of treatment.) It can be had without charge of W. F. GRAY, Nashville, W. W. DERRY &- DEMOVILLE, SHELL A RUTHERFORD, Gallatin, McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia. apU-tf. LAND V AltKANTS. We are buviug and paying; the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they are selling at the time in ash vine, and the cash remitted or paid to older. JuiySl DYEKPEARLA CO. . NASHJILLE, TEKN:. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1851. MISCELLANEOUS BENJ. I'. WILLIAMS' CO-Ul'OUND Ev. TRACT. OF SARSPA1MLLA AND IODIDE OF Pu! TASSA. 'presenting to the notice aud acccplancj of the Medical Protrsson and or the Public generally the abivo preparation, the subscriber does not scek-uu benefit of a Patent right to enhance the value of ols article; nor does ho wish to conceal from any, lbs knowledgeof its Ingredients, In order to gain publicconfldenct! and favor. Ho would tim- piy siaio, mat as an Apothecary, he his been Sir years in ine namiorpreparnj, under the' directions ofgentlemenof eminence in the medical profession, both in Kentucky and Tennessee, the above Compound. Familiar wKh.tbe best methods ofdlsplacement, and with thead'vaiilases of a large and powerful apparatus, he has sought to combine together the tried and known virtues of various articles of the Mate ria Medlca in such proportion, and In snch cheap and dura ble form, as to fnrnls'a a rnniodyof certain and wonderful efHMey-attestodbylong experience, not for every disease that flesh is heir to, but lor a large class, a numerous pro geny 'hat owe theirorigln and parcntago to a strumous llla thejisorScrofulons'talnt.in the Constitution aud lu the blood, suchasWhlto Swelling, Chronic Ulcers of' lomr ian.llug, ObttinateTetter.King Worms, Sore Eyes, Scald Head, Sy philitic Disorders and other diseases of the skin and blood that resistthe usual treatment. He can substantiate by the very- best of evidence here ,in ourClly ltscnicacy in Xer vousandGeneraldeblity, Indigestion or Dispepiia, Infla malionofthe Kidneys. Kheumatism, Arc, ic. His confl. dently recommended in Diseases Pecnllarto Females, such a. Leucorrhre or Whites. Suppressed Menstruation. Chloro sis or Green Sickness. "Without enumerating further.he is content to state and from the result already before him, Lo makes the declaration with emphasis and In all truth, that he believes ho Is offerim: to the world a reliable and Certain remedy for that formidable evil of Kings and King or evil, tho Scrofula, in all lis protean shapes, whether confined a loneaod meuife.ted In the separate tissues oftho body, or wh&lber It pervades the entire system. The above medicine can be obtained at the Drug Stores of W. F. GRAY, KWIX BHOHIEKS, STKETCn & FLEMING, II. (1. SCOVEL, J. U.BROWX,- 'BERRY iSc DKMOVIL, G. W HEXDERSIIOTT. Orat the Depot, No. 23, BroaJway, Nashville, Tunn., mi22 3uid.tW B. F. WILLIAMS. BEWARE OF IMPOSITION! THERE are so many specifics for 90 many disease which 'flesh is heir to," that It is of tho utmost Importance that we should be.very particular In making our selection. rrom ine reioasaoie cures wiucn nave ooeu enacted by nr. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Chcrrv and Wood Xnptha,and from the high order and vast amount of testi mony which I adduced in its favor, we aro decidedly Im pressed with the opinion that the afflicted will fluJ in this new and valuable discovery a most rtfectual remedy for all diseases of the Lungs. Wesaytoyon who are laborlngnu- dcr Coughs, Colds, und all diseases of the Lunsrs. try it at once, do not delay a moment, an. I you will ba atonlshtd at the rapid aud favorable results which this great remedy will secure tJJou. Try it by all means, H it does not help you nothing will. For foil descriptions oflts merits, virtues. Ac. seo Pamnh- lctslobo had of the Agents. For sale Wholesale aud Retail, and 011 Agency by J.M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholosilo Druggist, who Is the Goueral Ageut for this popular and raluable preparation at the city of Xashville and surrounding country. Itis alsoforsale by the following Druggists: KWII BKOTHKKS, W. F. GKAY, BEItKY & I1EMOVILLE. GEOUGKW. HKXDKK.SHOTT, T-WELLS, II. G. SCOVEL, JO. G. BROWN. J. H.CUKI1KY, Nashville. . C.CLOUSTON, uv f. !. WOLUKIDG1?, Franklln.T. H'Kl.NS &TOWLKR, Columbia. F.S. HAW And bv all Dru??lta in everr toa-n In thR Statu nrTminii.. see, and allthe Southern aud Western Slatos. April 1 'H lmdtw&w TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. SEYMOUR'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL S U V V 0 U T E R. A new remedial Auent, or a a new method nfappljluganolil and most popular one, is now presented to tho Profession, aud through it to til who aroalllictrd, with diseaies rt-iiuiring the application ot GAL v A.M.-.ii,sutu as Auienoruca chlorosis; uysmenorehea; Prolansas Uteri; Leuchornea: 1 1 . '.or la: Lumbair ! ornalu in the back, llspepsia, (ileieudant on atony of the stomach) weakness from an) cause of thd nervous or muscular sys tem, aud all kindred affections, lo the Physicians itis enough to say, this instrument is so constructed, that a gen tle Galvaniucurrentisinade to pass through au organ, a rousing and stimulating it to healthy action, thus agisting and oft 11 superceding other remedies. (See opinions of, the beat authors of tho day. Medical Journals, and M. 11. in Xashille and othercitlea using the instrument.) Itis the most scientifically constructed Abdominal Supimrter, yet Invented, which will be apparent to any scientific man'on inspection it is so constructed that either its galvanic or mechanical support may be dispensed with, as may be indi cated by each case. Physicians hall itasa potent ally in com baltlugsonie of the mo;t troublesome of diseases, which of ten tax their pationco and at 111. Seymour's Obstetrical Supporter. This Is used tibraceand suttain Ladies' in that most try ing hour or life "Labor." No Lady anticipating this ordeal, would thine ofdfcpeneing with Its use, If they knew one hair Hsadvantages. It placet under tha controloftbo patient all the aid she require. Xoaccouchef can maintain his obste trical practice, who does not use It, when Its edeacy has been iuaie Known 10 me puouc. HhYMUUR'S PLACKX1A FOItCRrS. This Instrumont has onlf'to be seen, to be approved anil appreciated. (See M. D' in .Nashville and other places udngthem.) All or ders addressed to E. D. PAYNE, care of Kerry it Deniovill;, Xnshrille,Tenn., from tho States of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ala bama, Goorgia. Florida, Misslsbippl, Louisiana, 'levas, or Arkansas, for either of the above instruments, will meet with proinptattentlon. iney canaiso beti.id at tim loliowing nouses: J.(i UKOWN'A 11. O. SCOVKIA W. F. GRAY'S, J. M.ZlMMERMAN'.S.a. W. IIENDEUSUOT'S, Mrs. K. A. CO. ES', Xe.63 Xorth Market sX, and C. A.D0UINSOXA. im , aneioyyuie. mar3 '54 6m F INE RAZORS AND .STROIW 2Cn dozen Wade A lllutcher's celebrated ll;izon. among which a tine as sortment of WARRANTED RAZORS, in cases cfone pair each fur private use; also a further additional stock of Bar bers' Razors; also, Wade A Belcher's Razor Strops, a new and very superior article. FALL A OUNNIXUHAM. marz it l.olle'e street. ORANGES, ORANGES. Cf f DOXES of the above iu good order; slV IT 5 boics Cheese, suitable for I ho Summer: t.ocon Jiuu.jnstreceiveti; 20 boxes asiorled 'pickle.", fresh; 10 " Macaroni, 5 bbU Cranberries, " B boxes Lemons, " For sale at J. O. A C. ROBERTSON'S, marchS 51' llroadway. S. ItUODia, M. T. UAQEN, W. K, CaSO.V, Iatte of Tenn, Ita of Nashville, I. ate of Columbia RHODES, II ACJ EN A- CO., roaWAEDINGA-IDCOII-ilSSION WERCHANT3, A'o. SI Sttatnorc Street, ast tide, Mutv Second, C1XC1XXAT1. ii-:n -..-;..! allantinn to Vorn-nnlini. flrw1 l'rn- ill 1' C ....... -., duce etc. ; alao to the purchase and sale of all kinds of Pro duce) and articles of Civci.vnaii and 1ittbub.q ilaanfac turcs. . . Refer to Nashville Jlerchacts generally JAMES COLLINS A CO., Pittsburg, Forwarding Agents. janl dtwa wbm. BON AQUA Sri.IIMt.s l uit iturt 1. mese Springs will be rentnd for the present year, or leased r ..." .,r Tl.pri. urn it-iiairn accommodations III! A ICllJl l'i ....'. . ... . , T. , .1 for visitors, and every thing necessary to make them a 1 popular place ot resort ior neanu or picuiuic. i..j .u situafediu Ilickiiian County, Tennes-ce, and for the last 1 v.AA- .haIi frnniiAntixl hv the citizens perenn icaia nic wcti. .. . , . of Davidson, Williamson, Maury cad other neighboring counties. Auy one wmutng 10 1 u 1 ,u - 3 tiifsPM'ATi.;TH A. WEKMS. Don Aqua P. 6., Hickman Oourat Tenn-- or Gl College street, opposite Planters Hank, Nashville. marl '54 tt" LOOIC AT THIS. Having taken out License un der the new corporation law, we are now prepared to sell negroes ou Commission, and will nuke 1 iberal cash ad- Irom Wartracc Depot, and half a mile from Fairfield, on the road leading from Shelbyville to JlcMinuville. The tract contains 450 acre., all under a good fence, 000 :n high state or cultivation, and80ell set in blue grass. It com bines all the pialities of a first class.cotton or stock rann being abundantly-watered and well adapted to the growth of hemp, corn, cotton, small grain, and all kinds of grass. It has upon it a commodious neat and comfortable trame Uwelling, a frame kitdien aud smoke bouse, and two large and roomy barns, also a very fine apple and peach orchard. He neighborhood is one of the best m Middle lennessec - - . " , . . 11; . Ir, Ihn ffrAffinn ol Bockiiy moral ana intelligent, aa ci . ' . .... 0 ... . o tn OiU. Till. atiocMale Acad.inv, an?ply large to acconimodate 200 pu- ... ... - -. I : 1 -1 ...... I 11 1 10L- lli.-nr nils. The past office, ' xstoiuce, wnn siaii-n-o iv (a very flourishing School) and two churches Mau Academy ( are in half a mile oKihe above place, whicu n ui De soiu up- on reaKinable terms, as the owner b;cldt!11!?r,I1cImoTe to Texas. MAW.,'!v'21, apll3-wtf. ratrtield, Tenn. CAIlll.-Dr. T. W. CONNER, Puysio-Pathic, or Botanic Iliysician, having returned from a recent visit of business to California, again offers his .Medical her vices la the Afflicted Public, truating the general jiatisfac tion-heha-. heretofore given will restore him his former liberal withincreased'Patrouage. . Ollice on the corner of Union and Summer streets; Resi dence 27 Summer street, between Uroad and Church. fehr'54 Zm. AACCINE VIRUS. A small quantity juat receited of reliable quality. Ac J. U. DROWN. vances on negroes icit wiiu us ior saie, auuiucucv.. to obey instructions, unless it be to separate families. Light or t.n likely girls wanted. DAllllS A PORTER, feb 4 54 -SO- OO -f'lm mw:'- 17OR SALE Tho undersigned offers for sale his valuable tract of Land, in liedtord county on Noak 3 v.i-r,r iwv Kirer- i'mil Vorth East of Shelbvville, 4 SUNDRIES. N BUFFER, ilENDRIX & CO., OOMJIISSION J1EKCILANTS. for the sale or Hour. Grain, ISacon and Produce generally, corner of East Hay and Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C. RarauKN-Li: John CaldwWl. Prj.ideiit S. C. ILliTi Dulin, E-q , Charleston; Scanlim, Seymour Jc Co., Augtuta; In presenting the above card, we would bo doing inlm- ticc to our feelings not to express onr gratitude to onr nu nierous friends in Georgia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, fur their twist unwavering iatronagd since our commencement in this business in 1847. We havo nursed this business from its infancy, labored year after year to develope the resotirces of the tack country. We have tat tled With the different lines of railroad and have been in strumental in reducing the freight of produce to leasonablc rates. We have friends in Europe and the north, and are prepared to make advances on shipments to either markets, . We would say to our friends and the public, that it will be to their'interest to consign to ns, as we pay our whole attention to the business alone. Wc will make liberal advancements on consignments. mchl7-8m NEUFFER IlENDRIX A CO. MEDICINES, THAT HAVE" 11 KEN FULLY testedduring the past year, by many of the most re- spectable citizens isot Xashville- The advertiser is permitted to refer lo Mr. Samuel Watkins. whose servant waa cored bfa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of llr. J. Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases of Done Feltou Mr K. 11. Jones's son was cured of 'Sore Eyes, afle having been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for eijht months, almost totally blind. At least one hundred re-pectable person in Nashville, and its vicinity, ran be feen who will vouch for the great benefits of Ins course of treatment, without tho use ut the knife or mercury. Cancer. Scrofula. Rheumatism. Fistula. Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and alMmalfee purities of the blood. WRhi .1 J bOI H v. -J .......... t I MMtV, HIKtU 1 . I 1. 1' vimu prior to coming to Nashville. Those inlcrtsted, are res pectfully invited to call, eaamiue and consult, free of any charge. Office. No 47 Union at., near Cherry. novIO ly. b EDWARD TUOJIAS. EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. BY J. a. POINTS. References. Hon. A. U, II. Stuart, Stantou, Va. Dr.JackShackelford, Courtlund, Ala. lion. J. J. Oruiond.Tu-scaloosa, Alabama. llr. J. funce, MnDiie. Ala. J, J. McMahou, Es., New Orleans. Col. U. C. Durnelt, I D. M. linUford, Eaq., Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S. Adams, ) lion. J. A. Wilcox, ) i.,. , Hon. II. S. Foote. f ''PP'. Tamr, Florida, Jan.24 '04- ly. Wall paper! yvi.. ON HAND, a fine assortment of . French aud American Paper llaugiiigs forl'urlora, llalls, bluing Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALSO, a large lot of cheap ungUzed Paper, .burners. Fire Screens, Window Curtains, Ac. at KLAUAs'AGORlJKY, Naahville Wall Pujier Store, No- it. College si. 1. li. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted doue in the best manner. an5i '.'4 j SEOUoTAli HOISE. DR. II. ROBKRl'SON having leaded for a term uf years this commodious and ceutrally lo cated House, situated on the corner uf Summer and Church streets, convenient to the Railroad Depul, is now prepared to accommodate the travelling public, ami from fifty lo one hundred day boarders. He pledges him self to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor hlui with their patronage, feb2'S triwAwtf "P ECEIYEO l'EK STEAJIElt IttCSCUE : IX. M bbls. CloverSeed; 100 bbls Flour, 200 bags liuck Wheat Flour. For yale low for cash by feb21 CHAS. J.CLACK. LAMJ11LTH'!, GARDEN .-lEliUsi For IH.11. I HAVE received a large stoctcf the above sced, and am selling at rates reasonable enough lo please all who are in want. The stock left oer last year was very large, consequently there are very few fresh seeds in the market, but ifyou want a genuine article call at W. F.,ORAY'S feb21 4 Drug Shire, Corn, llroad and .Market sts. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD ! AND 50 lbs. of Soap for 75 cents, cm be made by pur chasing one uf itobbit's cans of l'otasli, a bran new article lit this market, oIO of which have been sold in the last two weeks. For sale only by W. P., GRAY, febi4 '54 Cor. llniad and Market st. USE SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC UI1.I THE UAm CURE FOR DEiVFNESS. SCAR PA Compound Acoustic OiL For the cure of Deafness, Pains, and Dis charges ol Matter from the Ear. Also, all those diiagree ble noise, like the buzzing of insects, falling of water, whiz zing of steam, Ac-, which aie symptoms of approaching deafness, aud also generally attendant with the disease. -Many persons who have been deaf for ten, lifieea, and twenty j ears, und were obliged to uo ear trumpets, have atter us ng two or three bott:es, thrown aside their Hum- Iiets, being made perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons lighly recommend its ue. A gentleman of this city lias just received a letter from a friend of his, physiciau ol eminence in Haugor, Me., and has kindly allowed us to make the following extract : "I have obtained a bottle of Scrapu's Oil for Deafuevs, and tind it so valuable a medicine, that you will much ob lige mi if you will try and procure me one dozen bottles." Have you ever tried it? It not do not delay another day, but send immediately; ifyou hare been one of the wise and prudent, and already "bought a boi tie, the question is settled; vmi have lecovcred your hearing. Scrapa's Oil for Deafness neverTalLC It Is the'only medicine that will cure. Thousands ot deaf persons will give their testimony iu its lavor The beauty uf the thing U, that it cures with out producing any pain. This medicine lias cured more persl'iix, and is now used more extensively than all other medicines combined, for the enroot Diseases of the Ear. The certificates are 11 jmerous and of the highest authority. Also, DOCTOR JACKSON'S PILE AND TETTER EM BROCATION. This may be considered a specific, and H warranted to cure. It not only immediately allays pain and intlamation, stops all bleeding, subdues Uiat iutolerate itch ing; but it effectually cures, iu a very short time, persons whose lives have been rendered miserable for years! Its application produces no pain, but rather an agreeable and pleasant sensation. Call, or send lor a list of cures, and you will be astonished. Eor sale by G. W. Hendershott. Nashville; Bell, Robinson A Co., Iamisville, and J. 1). Park, Cincinnati. marl7-'54, Sin. d A w. "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invaluable Hook for i!5 cent. "Every Family should have a Copy." rpWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less I than 5 mouths. A new edition, revised and imnroved. ittst issued. I iir. nu.MMva jir.LMo.Au ji.v.sujvl. AND HAND D00K for the AFFLICTED containing an outline of the origin, progress, treatment and enreof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or; by sexual excess, with advice lor their prevention, written in n familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that would offeud the ear of decency, from tho resultol sometwenly years success ful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cute of the above dis eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. TisnvoxT of tub PRor. oy Obstetrics im Pixs.Coi tioc, Philadelphia. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MA-. GAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, is a graduate of oue of the best Colleges iu tbu United States. It affords me pleasure to recommend him tu the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in whose houorand integrity fiey may place tne greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D. Fbom A.Woodwabd, M. D or PaxM. Univkhsitt. Piui adclfhia. It gives tne pleasure to add my testimony lo. tlieprolessionalabilityofthe Author of the 'Oledical Man ual. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Uenitui Organ.", some of them of long standing, have conk: under my no tice, fn which his skill ha3 been manifest iu restoring to jier fsct heulth, in some instances where the patient has been, considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of tho functions,produced by self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his supe ror in the profession. I have been acquainted nith the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unlbrtunate victim ol early indiscretion, lo recommend him as one, in whose pro. fessional skill and Integrity, they may safely confide thein ,elves. ' ALV'. WOODWARD, il.D- "Thisis, without exception, the most comprebeuoivcand iaUHigiMe work published ou the class of diseases which it treats. Avoidingall technical terms, it addresses ilself tl the reason of its readers. Itis free from all objectioua b'e matter, and no parent, however fastidious, c to placing it in the hands of hia aons. The author has de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treatedjof, and "with too little breath to pull",' and 'too lit tle presumption to impose, he hasotlered to the world at tne merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some .twenty years most successful practice" Herald. "'o teacher or parent should be without the knowledge Imparted in this Jnvaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to Ihe youth under their -charge." J'eoplt't Adcocat. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Uun- er" Medical Manual, says: "Thoa-sands upou thousands of our youth, by evil example and Tnliuenco of the passions, have been led into the habit of self-pollution wiiht.ul realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posterity. The constitutions uf thousands who are raising lamilies have been enfeebled, if not, broken down, and they do not know the cause or the cure. Anythiug that can bo done so to enlighten and influence the public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source of human wretehedness, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of intoii eating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous n'ds,is nt a greater scourge 'to the human race. Accept .my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, aud, your co-worker iu the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ot postae, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copies forll. Address (postpaid,) zco.. Publishers, Box 196, PhiUda. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agent3 supplied on Iib most liberal terms. Bjpli'7 ly I'At'EJt!! XEUICAL. n. aioRst..s LXVIGOKATIXG UuUDtAL, a Phenomenou In Medicine. Health Restored aud Lite Lengthened, by DK. MOKSE'a IXVlUOKATfM. hLIXIK OR CORUIAI. For centuries, MtMlical science has boen rsn-acklDg the vegetable and mineral t injrJcun, jn search of s)inethlugthat should restore Jhe lost or Mees mg vuergiestf tho nervous wiinotit tscurawKacr or subsequent loiiica. ami narcotics nca if ius breu found. Itis rrntil lilts ftlulllrt tl.Mrl ol Aran a theainy.t tho ,ltl,ratt-4 Pri-n--"ir.V. Morse, well known as a distinguished member of the leading scientific societies or the Old World, and equalU distinguished. as a physician, -a ehen.ist.and atravt-Icf. Th'eluleesnftltls herb, concentrated and combined .is aihr ..o..t.hi .nusi.i..i ttracu.are now proJuc.i.g results horetolore unheard of, J? 1,1V f ".Ilr."."?' AS "i-'t the prorties attribui ted ! UsProf. MORSE S , IX VlGoU TI.Mi hLlklK OR Colt- .' A" fmeA fan-lous The public often deceived could n..t bfllevu the simple a .ablime truLha.anuou.'ceJ w u. u.n.., wrr. aui lacts, undenlablo facta atlosled by wltoesscj or the !il.he,t claa and charaeWr. areuow tri umphing 'over all doublo. IXtKEUUI.irY IS OVEK rilKOU.,by amai. of lestiuiooy which U perfectly Irro salable. J The Emur remedies, In all ases, the deplorable evils arising from a mlsuw or abu.e .ho various organs which niaico up tho wonderful ma oi called man. It restores to lull vigor every delicate runon connected with that my. Ur.uconi;.onud agency of matter and mind, i.eceasary to tuvtc-productionntbnritanlire. To persons or reeblemus cuurlnttue, or iicdelent lit vital power. It i recommended aa toe only tne&iis of communicating that energ) which is necessary to tho proper enjoyment of all the natural appe. tltes, as wrll as the hliher menial attributes. lis beneficial effects are uMsrouuuod to either sea or L any are. Thssfei. bl girl, the ai'ing wife, taelislle).,vruevaled youth, the over worn man ot business, the victim of uersoos depression, the Individual suffering from general debility, or from tbo wealnel a single 'rgan. will all dud immediate and per manent relict from the use ofthlsiucomparablu reuovator. To tliosejjho have a rreiirp.n!tijn to paralytls it will prove acoJfapHHs and unfailing iec.uardamntthaucrribl mal ady. Thero are ui;iuy, perhaps, who have so trilled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reacn 01 rauuicine. iitaotevuti tnesa despair. Tho Kluir eais wita disati.aa 11 osi.-ts, without reiercuco lo causes, .u win not 11111 rt-iuovKiue uisoruer ikseii, out Kt'lmilil tin" IJrnl.iMi ( oustittitioii. 'The derangeuieriLs ot Ihnsy.tcm, leading to nervous dis eases, and the forms of ecrsous dtsOae iuelf,ara so numer ous that it would rcumro a Culuiuu to onuiaerate Iho mala dies for which Uilugf irUhuO. a epvrilhr. A low, how ever, may be eiflvratod.!! neuralgia, tic dolereaux, headache, bictpienP paralysis, hysteria, palplUtinu of the heart, spinal aifectlons, muscular debility, tremors, flatu lence, a prlekinr.sensation in tho tleah, nn in beefs, loriadily Ait the llsnr, iner.ul durcviou, wratuesoi'lhe will,iudhH pos.tloii to move, faii.tnuvs aUi'-r oiitclso, bioU.n sleep and terrlfyliic dreams, liibtlit) t reinalii id nun place sir posl lion, weakness or llx prr-ali organs, srxual Incompe tency, melancholy, IU111.M.11U, a.iur all.us, linking at the stotnaeh,fclnalo irregularities, actirOuic teudenry 10 inls earrlai;e, emaciation, and ,xll uplaiiiti growing out of a free iiduUcu(d or the pwiuii., and au barrouutm. that does not I'roceed troiu orau'w. causes bcyuud lhe reach of medicine. Whenever the nrgant.lo beacwd npon-.re tree from mat. foriualiou or slriciural ilui-a.es It m avert, d that 31 oi'seV Ir.viKWratinyinixir. wtli'repldce weaaness with stnilh,iacapacliv with eclclen cy, irregularity with Uai'.ii.i aii.t atural autivliyumt this uoi 00!) vtuhont hazard oi rriH-.i.-.i.,bui wtih a happy tlAicl on Ihoencrat organtiidhin. Rear in mtiiii mat all ssta'adloa, wherviertliey.begtu.'Snish with tho nervoaat) teui, unst UiSltlie jKiratlzlioii ut tl. nert-s ut" uotiouaad svifHitloii is physi. at :wath. R.-ar to rulftd als,thal for eve ryktn'l of nersoUsdUeass) tho fclint CurttW. l-lhwunlj f 'llalle prvim.alron knwn. t.urtj 01 rv.;non-s iiii-.-jse. Uo lauguse can Convey an adectnati. idt-a,il Ihe itnmedl. ateand almsrsiiuirarulous change whtcts. it etathia In the disea&i-tl,leIilitatcU anil .haltert;il nt:rvouaiylei.i, whether broki-ndoa u I) ux'os, weak by natur. ,-r lntpaire.l by sick ness, the unstrunsrand r laxeslornii.zalloiuhtifiiebnlced ri'-vll idej ai.-l buillup. Ine kiuuLiI and j..'.)lic-l sjmioms ornurvous dlscusa vauishtogrtfUter nndrr iWinCueiuv. yt istho tifo-t tiAnporaryroii the . ou'.rar;,lho fellel Is p'ernla nent, for the cordial pr.tprfrtle or tue medicine rvarltthe conslituliou.i.istiir, ad rasii.ro tt to rts norm.1 coudiUoit. V olt inly tne preparation bo caltcdtho rileilit:iiiiil 'Vuutli-r. ortho nineteenth dnlury. Uls.as tltehrstscieelirlcinaitiu the wuritl vvvuldhavsi adiuitu-.t, ILal iuirACtu of mcliciuu heretofore sui oss-dlohavc n.i xistanee A Slnmiliuil liiitt EiitiiiN jvu Ru-Action. Itsfivrett ts iirVtroaiaiide4, a is tlmtaje with tpiumfalco bolic 1 rdparaliou., aud at: othi-r excluuia-. Ihe vuoct or these is brit'l, audit iusy well boad ofhliu who takes ibem, '-TliL- laststalenf that mauU o.-.l than Ihe Or-1 ' llulthe Kllvlr ii aueAh-leraat without asiiilvdravsbauk batuinlts optsrattui., 1 erpclualiu Us happy tntluei e upsn tho ner ves tliM nil tid, arid tue entire srga-ussatlob;itwittalsirbiooess do pr04l.mt, tsxclieuxuut, a le-udeuc to blueli aU-eplesanesa dlslltesi ..nrlely, incapacity twrsiady r bustueks. "I.o-i. oCaiemory, Confusion, giddiness,! uh f blood lsih head, melancholy, mental debility, liysicna.wret4-heUnf?s,tli.us:btof ?eil do slructlou, ft-ac of iusauttv,hyjocaoudr!a.ia. dyspepsia gene ral pro-tral.on, IrritaMtii, i.crtou.i.ess, I .abiii.y 10 sleep, dlsoasu-s incident to teiualos', decay of the propogatlnglunc lions, hysteria, monomauia.vajcue turrors, palpiullou of lha heart, iiujMteucy, constij.allon, etc., etc., rr..m whatever cause arising 11 is, If thero isaov r. Itanrrt 10 to placed ou hu raiaitestluiouy, absolutely infallible A Urt'at .lleiliciiie- lr i-Vumlcs, Tho unparalleled s-iiuct oi this roat restoratlre. In at complatuts iiieid.n.1 iv females, mail: h new era In the an nals of niouicine. Ihoiuands of stimulants bavobeeu in ventedthousands of In vigorants concocted all purporting lobe specllle.l In the various Diseases ami derangements to which Ihedellcala formatlouof woman teuder herliablo. The result has heretoiore bex-n uoiform. These nostrums have indeed imparted a inoiaentary vivacity to the nervous system, a transient and delusive vivr to the muscles; but this flash of relief has been succeeded by a depression and prostration greater thau before, and tbu end has too often been utterly to paralyze the recuperatirepoweroftbonerves and the vital organization, and ttually to destroy the unaappy patient- Uutin Alursc'slnrlgunitiiirc Klixir. is prcsontedas a phenomena luthu materia medlca hitherto unheara ot a stimulant withoutareaciinu. 'Ihe herb nbichforma its main ingredient, has been ad mitted by allthegreat medical arid pharmaceutical institu tionsor hitroo to bolu this resprctsulgeneria. llr. .Morse, whoseuauid Is an uudlapated authority In sclonces, slucov ered the production in Arabia, where his attention was exci ted by tbo woudeifully Invigorating erects It pridnced upon the natives. In fact the wnuderl'nt power of endurance, the exhausllena vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes, lu their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the uso of this vi talizing herb. Au appeal is made to livery Woumu of Sense, who sutfurs from weakness, derangeuM-nt, nervousness, tre mors, pains in the back, or any other disorder, w hether pecu llano her sx,nrroinuiouIu both sexes to give the luvlgo rating Cordial a trial. JIarried Persons, or othors, w ill find lhl Cordial alter they have used abottl or two, a thorough regeueratoror this system. In all direc tions are lobe louud the happy )arciits of healthy otTspnug, who would ndtfaave been so,bnt furthU extraordinary prrp aratdvu. Audit Is oiully potent lor the many diseases for whlchttis recommunded. 'thousands of young men haw beeu lestoiedby uslagil,and notlu a single instance has it ailed to benefll them. I'ersotisof 1'ulc Complexion, or consumptive habits, aro restored by tlieuseof abottleor wo to bloom and vigor thonging the sMu rrom a pale, jel low, !cklyotor, to a beautiful tlorld complexion. To the Aiistiidctl, Thoso are some of tho sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits' or youth, viz. weakness or the back: and limbs, pains in th bead,tliiunes or sight, loss or muscular power, palpitation or the heart, dyspepsia, nervous irritabil ity, deraugemeiitortho digestive ruucliuus,genuraldcbillty, symptoms of eousumption, Ac. yieutally, the fearful eifects on the mind are much to bo droaded. Loss of memory, conrusion ofideas, depression of spirits. evil fore-bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, lute orsolltude. timidity, tVc, aro someor thee vils produced All thus ataicted liefore' Contemplating -Hitrriage. sboulJ reflect that a sound uiimland body are tho most nec essary requisites to promote turuiubial happiness; indeed, without these, the Jon ruey through life bocomes a weary pil grimage, the prospect hourtydarkens the view; the tnlndbe comes sbaitowed with despair, and filled with tho melancholy reflection that the happiness ol another becomes blighted with your own. Parent and f:iiimlian. Are oRcn misled with respect to tne causes and sources o dlseatesln their sous end wards. How often do they.aseribe toothercaucesorwasllDgof the frame, idiocy, madness, pal pi tatlon of ,tho heart, Indigestion, derancerurul of tba ner voussyst'em, cough and symptoms indicating consumption, when the truth la, that they have been iudulging in a perni cious though alluring practice, destructive both to tulud and body. Caution, Dr. Morse's Isviooraiino Cohdul has been counter leited by some unprincipled persons. In future atl thogenuine Cordial will have the proprietors fac-slmlle pasted or er the cork of each bottle, aud tho fol lowing words. biowuinlbBglass "lilt. JIUKMK'K t.N Vll.lIKATLSli I IIKlll.tl., C. II. KI.VB, PKOPK1KTOK, .N.Y." JT7 The Cordial W put up highly rouceatrated, In pint bottles. Price' $3 60 per bottle; two for S5 OIKslv forjl-l Oil. C. II. Kl.Nll, PKOPKIKI'UK. ID" Hruadway,New Y.'ilr. Sold by Druegi'ts throurliont the Uuilsd States,' Canada and West Indies and also by M'.l'.lilt.lV, sueressnr to CartwrightcV AreibtrougfCOinerjirillarketand Uroad streets, Nashville, Tennessee- loctJtl d wAlClu AY. P. GRAY, SOl.K AdifXV, AGENTS FOP. MORSE'S CORDIALw J. M. Zimernnn, Market sk, Nahville. J. W. Nelson, Mnrfreesboro' A, M. Ooodloe, Woodbury. Jas. B.Stone, McMinnville. Deery A Majors, Shelbyville. VALUABLE WATER POWER AXI LAND FOR SALE. BEINfl determined to 'cmoveto Texai, I now offer my valuable Mills and Iand for sale, lying on Elk liver, S'f miles Irom Winchester. If I do not sell privately by" the first Monday in October next, I will at that time sell to the highest bidder, iu front of the Court House iu the town of Winchester. It is well known that this is the most valuable water power in Franklin county; it not the best in the State of Tennessee. The GRIST and SAW MILLS on it are iu foodruuningorder, and are tbe.best in Franklin county. hey are situated '1JJ miles from Alisnnij, and three miles from Dechard, on the Nashville and Chattanotga RailroaiL The water poer is capable of running any amount of ma chinery. Any person or Company that may desire to go into the manufacturing business, now have an opportunity of procuring u location stijierior to any in this country All Mich are resjiectfullv invited to come and examine for themselves. Connected with the Mill property is a tract, of Land containing I IO acres which I will sell all in one. body, or" dividr into lots to suit purchasers. It is all well timbered, with tho exception of about7 acres, which is in cultivation. Near tho Mills is a GOOD DWELLING, and nut houses, and convenient to the dwel ing Were are three excellent springs of pure Freestone water, besides others. Thereareaho two fine SULPHER SPRINGS on the tract affording as good,'Sulpher water as can ba found in the State. The location cf the residence is high and healthy, and the scenery i beautiful. I will sell this valuable property on terms to suit purchasers either for cash or on a credit. Imgor short credit will be given. JAMES 11. ESTILL. fapUS d.tvr.w. tf. vr OTICE. Ata meeting of the Directors or the Ten J v nessee Marine and Fire Insurance Company, a divi dend of FOUR DOLLARS per share was declared, to be applied to the reduction of the STOCK NOTES held by Corrpiny. aplfidUw. b JOSEPH VAULX, Sec'ry. 0.268. SUNDRIES. - J HIM i TUDICIAT. VI.vxjiw , .1 .. P I , ' win open ana tuna an General for the Slate-' OBe j . 8 Atto5r era! for lha 6,h Judicial DricL: jZSZ rZT iu7.0orfor.l ChaceryDivW Ttiefollowiniristhellihaeeiion nrh . . ' Utis electioa is held: WMCa Sec 1 1 Kt it fvrthtr enact,!, That in voting for Supreme Judges of Ihe State every voter shall prefix- to the name of eachcandidateou his ticket, the wurrht EasruL, Wcarsmx orMibULE Divisro.v to denote the grand division oTthe State for which he desires each candidate elect!. Ami the person receiving the highest number of votes for any di visiioii shall lie declared one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Tennessee. K B- BIGLEY, ap20 td u Sheriff of Davidson County. STRAYiTlCIOIAiV COUNTY. Taken up by Johtf Moore, Ii ing in Hickman County, Tennessee, and in District No. i. a SORREL HORSE COLT, about two years old. with all his feet white, with a blaze in hia lace; appraised ou tho 7th January, lio-i, at 30. B. DEEN, apllS Stw, Ranger of Iliciniau county. THE CEl.tltRATED JACK WIIAYKEYE, ILL iiUnd the present season at my Liable, Hv , niilesnorthtirNaahviIle.outbe White's Creek 1 umpile, at tlO, the insurance tor mares. - " and ?20 for Jennets. First rate p-iaturage gratis. All care Uken tj prevent ac cidents but no liability tor any. , D.VNIEI. YOUNG. PuitaKut Hawkeye was sired by Elliott's imported Jack BebiVahd out of a Jennet by Sherrod'a Jack, a son ol old Sir John, who was not inferior to any Jack iu Amer ica. The dam of Hawkeye was al-o the dam of Cyrus, Davy Crockett, aud other line aniuiaU. aprl wni M. U- COCKRILL. O. P. ELLIS CO., GBCCEHS AND C05Hn3SI0N MERCHANTS, CULCHJSLV, GKOHGIA. Will attend promptly to the sale cf Country Produce. RtriM TO Carter A Uowdre, Maccn, I James M Spurlock, Roma Itoss A Hnw., " ' J WuuA Torv JSne, Robert It. Bostwick, Merietta Jno. W. Hoyta, Wiatisnoga Janiea JL Cooper, Atlanta, A. E. Vau Ipps, " apl4 Stw. ONSOeFFeCT U"aL. TlLilcsims of expen X nice arc the meat reliable, und. if not too costly, are sought after by the practical. The f .llowinjc is the volun tary testimony of a worthy and well-known physician, rela tive to bis exirif nee of the etficicy of D. A. Fahnestock's celebrated VKRlllFUGH dttxiug a practice of twenty-uve iejr-: Grexaoa, Jlij May 23, 1453. Mevs- B. A.Fahmssiocr A Co. - Gents, t am oneof lhoae individuals backward In giving ccrbucatee,.but in the pre seutitieiance consider it uue to humanity to say that I havo been engaged in Ihe practice of mcdicme for twenty-fiva years, and have never met with any remedy so effectual for WORMSasiour VERMIFUGE. " In adults, even in cues of FEVEU. I sometimes use it to carry off calotne! taken the previous riiyiit, and often tiudbilkius evacuations and nuruia to lollow. 1 u-euo other VtllMlFL'tiE la myprac- iiv-4-, auu ui-?ire uo ictier. iverciiuuy. (Mgncd) v'.M. 1LVWKLVS. Sold wholesale and retail by all Ihe principal drogBkU and country merchants generally tltrosigbout the UniHt States. ' maris. w I " A R Jl l'Oli SA LE--Hanug removed Sulti in cou 1 tienceof my ft-allh, I nowolfermy farm for .sale, Ivinjj in Chrtatian cunnty, Ky live nules frem Uojiin v tile, immediately ou the Nu.-hvil!o road, coLt lining by Mirvey 202 nct'vi. There is about li acres cleared and ttoder excellent fence, with an abundance or the best tim ber for building and fanning purpose's, and well watered. The buildings are all new, and consul ol n frame dwell ing, 11 large snedded tobacco bum, wills all necessary out buildings Said farm is situated lua very pleasant aud da- iiT.b!e ueighborliood, and within a halfmile of the Hen derson and Nxhville Rail read. , There is also adjoining this tract, 131 acres of good bind -that can be had ou accommodating; terms, ahoula the pur chaser want more land. Addtesa my brother R. U. Uord, who is my authorized ageut. TUOS. J. I10RD. aplS'M 3tw XOTICE". ALBION will stand the pro-ent season at my , y stable, one milo west 01' Gallatin, and wiil jTPJl serve MARES for $la the season, $20 to insure, and fitly cents to tlie graoin. This'is the third seasoa of ALBION at my stable! I have anumberof his colts, one year old and of the present spring fold, which I will exhibit, together with ALBION at Gallatin on Monday the 3d inst. 1 mink them equal, if not superior, iu point uf finish, beauty, fine appearance ad size, to any I have seeu, and winch I think 1 will prove to the entire'sati faction of the breeding public at all tne Fatra in Middle Tennessee tbu falL Gallatin, April 1st 1951. GEORGE ELLIOTT. Of Union and American will please publish each to the amount cf $5 and cliarge this office. UNIVERSITY" OP NASHVILLE, THIS Institution was founded by tie State of North Car lina in 17e5as Davidson Academy. It became Cum berlaod Cullege in lsotT, aud University of Naahvilla in ISM. The Lili'rary Department Will be re-opened under a new Organization, and with new Buildings, ou the first Wednesday of October next. REV. EDWARD WADSWORTU, D D, Prof of Ethics and Belles Lettres, and Chairman of the r acuity. REV J W McCULLOUGH, DD, Prof of Ancient Lan guages. JAMKS I.MEIGS, A M, Prof of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. REV J B LtNDSLEY, M D, Prof of Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. E P ZEVALLOS. Prof of Modern Languages. Tuition $7fperannuin Matriculation tee 5. The Law Department. Will alto be opened on the first Monday t)f October next. FRANCIS B FOGG, Esu, 1 WILLI aSu F COOPER, Effj.. L Prorcssom. Fees for Lcctuies Jloopcr annnm. The -llcilicul Department, Closed its first Session with 121 StuUentsaxtdSSGrauatles; its second with Jfci Studenw and &i Graduates, and its third wtlhl&u Students and 71 Graduate-). The Fourth Annua! Course of Lectures will commence on Monday the 30th of October next, and continue till the first of the ensuing March. ROBERT SL PORTER, M D, Prof, of General and Spe cial Anatomy. J. BERRIEN LIND3LEY. M D, Chemistry and Ptarm acy and Dean of the Faculty. , O.K. WINSTON. M D, Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence. A. 11. BUCHANAN, M D, Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. THOMAS R. J ENNING3, M. D., Institutes of Medicin and Clinical Medicine. W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi cine. JOHN M. WATSON, M. D., Obstetrics and the Disease of Women and Children. PA UL F. EVE, M. D.. Principles and Practice of Surgery. WJI. T. BUIGGS, M.I,Doinon.itratoruf Anatomy, The Anatomical rooms will be opened for students, on the first Monday of October. A full PaxxiiiiaABr curasx of Lectures, free to all u deuts. will be given by the Profcsaors, commencing on tha first Monday of October. A Cliniquo has Deeu established, in connection with the University; at which operations are performed and cacs prescribed lor and lectured upon in presence of the Class. Amount of Keen for lectures in this Department Is $105. Matriculating Fee, (paid once only,) Practical Ana tomy, $10; Graduating; Fee 25 Good ltaird can be. obtained for $3 00 pe' week. The Annual Announcement giving a full account of the seveml Departments of tbo University maybe had by ap plying to A. V. H. IJNDSLEV", iuarl& '"4 ldmweow octt SecV Bsurd Trastees. STATE OF TENNESSEE, HUMPHREYS COUNT V. CIRCUIT COURT, MARCH TERM, ISM. RU. TURNER. Revenue Collector for the county of , Humphreys, tins day presented to Court the follow ing report, to wit: , R. D. TURNER, collector of the publicTaxes forth county or Humphreys, do hereby report to Court the fol lowing Tracts' of Land, as having becu given inforTaxe for the year 1352 and IS5S, that the Taxes thereon rettain due and uniaid, and that the respective owners or claim ants thereof, hive no goods or chatties within my county, on which I can distrain for said Taxes, towiU J. J. Obarr, one Tract of Land, 3ut acrcr, lying in Civil District, No. 1. Valued at $100. taxes o,0;Priuters' fee i 0; Collector's fee Jl 00; Clerk's fee 1 50. , . . f!. I'. Whitehead one Tract of Land. 200 acres, lying in Civil District No. 4. Valued at $t0 In IS5S, taxes $2 60. Also lor 1853, valned atJIOOO, taxes $2 00; Pnntera' feo $1 SO; Collector's fee I Ou; Clerk's 'te,1ivv.r. R. D. T URN EK, Revenue Collector, for the county oriliimphreys. March 8, ISM- . . . , , , , WJI EREUPON, on motion, it is considered by the Court, that judgment be, and the same is hereby rendered up, in the name of the State, agaiust said Tracts of Land for tb taxes and charges due severally thereon, and it is ordered by the Curt, that said Tracts of Land, era sufficiency of each of them to satisfy tbe taxes, costs and charges annexed to them, severally be sold as tlie law directs, and that an order of sole issue, Ac A true copyi Test, JOILN H. LITTLE, Clerk, Therefore. I, H- D.TURNER. Collector as aforesaid, will proceed to sell, at the Court House door in the town of Waverly, on the first Monday in July next, for cash, the said Tracts of Land, or a sufficiency of each to satisfy the said taxes, costsand charges. Thus lath March, maru sw. rpo CiTY. AND COUNTRY JIERCIIANTS. I We havenow in store a large assortment of Fancy and -sr : . 1 :i. 1 1. r . ' i ."..... - tit ulii.h V aneiy oiji3,.iiikauie ior e .11 u 11 j nuu uij . . we invite the attention of the city and country trade. Wo have on hand a large stock of the following Goods, aud wul continue to receive additions weekly. AIjo, a fine assort meut or House Furnishing Goods, wholesale and retait Table Cutlery; Combs ami Brashcy; Pocket do; "?Pfite Jewelry and Clocks; Braid and Rutland I IlaUe, Plated A Bnttama Ware; Silk and Straw Bonnet Wood and Willow do; ",0l"n Whio7' Portmonies. fine aortm't; Umbrell J " b'P-' Goldand . ilver Watches; '" Looking OUsses; win. mmtszzr mmuoa- which we invne me MORRISON A CO., Wholesale Variety and flous FurnisliinK Store, comer Squand Deadenck L, Nashville. mar2?. "1f "."M. r-SsHS-SV.-.-''-'