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TV '-"if " It 1 1 I TOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENNi THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1854. NO. .297. m a a 1 i tm i y v im i a im i x AM li : f G it--4 ONION AND AIERICAN . OFFICE-No. 11, HEADERICst ST11EET. TUB WEERLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one !.- tj-ear'raadranee. 2 for, within the vearS 00; at the'end f tbeyear 00, Cunts-Of fire and npw.rds-,2 00 ccr coot for onavear. Clnbsof subscribers-will be re- wived forsixnwnlhs st the foregoing rates. , w ,h i, . .uo iOTgUg w te TKI-WEEKLY is published everTuesday Thursday soa Saturday, alts per auunm in aarance; ii. u.jj - i sdvance, 6. DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. f-37 Hit. JUUAbl 1 UH WWUi " - SnBSCRIPIIOS .f! Omittances of subscriptions ma, be tuade by mail t cur risk -- f cper will be sent cut of tha State unless the order Is ac- tampanied with the cash. MEDICAL JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER. f yllE greet Kerned v for Rheumatism, Gout, pain in the Side all fixed I'iud cannot a geoUKnan is tne South of Europe and Palest ins, in iiSO, neardso rndch said in the latter placa in favor of jBYY DAVID'S PLASTER, and of the las he consIdered miraenkjus cures it had performed, that be was induced to try it on bis own person. Air a Lung and Liver Affection, the rrrnoTal of which hid been the chief object of his lour ter, but which had resisted tbe genial and delicious clime, lie aciordiufflr applied atilaster on the ricrht side of his chest where the piiu was seated, another between the fciioiilden", and one over the region of the liver. In the mean time he drank freely of an herb tea of laxative qual ities. He soon lonnd his health improving, und iua few weeks his cough left him; thesallowness t his stia disap peared, his pain was removed, aud his health became per manently reinstated. The following is from Mr. Worsiell, editor or the Jlas Bill km (J aKtte: "UBfTLEUQf. During list winter and spring, 1 was so trouOkxi Willi a pain in n.v breast as to render me unfit for the duties cf wr otfice ;' aud hearing your JEW DA VID'S or HI'llIlKfr PLASTER highly recommeuded Tor similar casss, I was indnced to give it a trial. I had worn n plaster jv.n my breast but a short time, when all pain lttt me, and 1 was enabled again to engage in the labors of the office I w.-.uld also state, that my sister, residing in Hleubeurillein this 5tate has received much benefit from .tsuse. Y curs, truly. JOliX 1 WORSTELli." MassilWn, November 12, 1S4S. It hai been very beneficial in cases of Weakness, such &s Pain end Weakness in the stomach, Weak Limbs, Lanie n3. Affection of the Spine, Female Weakness, Ac So tcciale, subject to pain or weakness in the back or sides, thould be without it. Married ladies in delicate situations lino pvat relief from constantly wearing this plaster. The application of the Plaster between the shoulders has ! recn t.mna a certain rc-meay loruoids, uongtis, rntiusic, -,dnd Lung AUections, in their primary stages. It destroys kSammauon by perspiration. iJeware d rouctetfeits and base imitations! CA UTION. Tha sub? cribcrsare the only General Agents mlbctKitlcern Suites for the sale of tins truly valuable Plaster; and in order to preeut purchasers being imposed upon, by a counterfeit article, sold iu this city and else where, t.ir the genuine, they invite particular attentiou to the following Mines os rui (Antine : 1st Tnt genuine pui j in smooth, engine turned boU . turnei fata, nft tulJertJ ix. 2d The gennme iawtheengrated l.emlnf Jen Davit on tktJirattaiit armind the fxix, ei!A accompanying recird of ihurt te K. liittlor, Kochftttr. SCOVIL A MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. Ueceral Wholesale A gents for the Southern States, to whom sdi orders must be addressed, field also, Wholesale and Retail bv HERRY A DEMOVAL, KWIN BROTHERS, W. F. ORAY' J. M. ZIMMERMAN. jail?. dt?Aw Agents. FO.Y & POLIIEMUS, 59 Broid Street, Comer Beaver, Kew-York, Gfer for Snh tlte following Heavy Cotton FaWrs: jVrEW-SSOLAKD COTIOI, SAIL DTJCK-22 inch, all XS numbers, hard and 5oti; also all the various width j of Can rass manufactured at this establishment comprising ev ery variety knovn to the trade, and offered at the lowest rates. UNITED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and J.lcuct Vernon Extra. A lull as-ortmeut of this superior fabric YVXLLTM A NTIC COTTON DUCK 1'"'. 1, 20 and 22 inch, all numbers, liard and soft. Tliis fabric was awarded tbe highest Premium at tho London World's Fair, alniat ourovm Stats Fair. SHIP AND BEAK MARK DUOK Flain and twilled, inaiuuctuied bv the Gieeawood's Company, a superior ar ticle for iigut sails, tents, awnings, Ac. also. Mount Ver non Twilled Ruvens, Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phrenix Wills; Light Cotton jtaveos, plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do. do. COTTON SAIL TWINE -A full assortment. TARPAULINS. HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, &c. PAPER FiiLTlNO SO to li inch, made very heavv, ei-pressly for drier fells. CAR CUYERISU t oiion t. auvass, an winius. irom.i to ISO inches, and oil number,, made expresly for cover- .lip- and nx. i tiiig railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently water-proof, and more enduring thu the car itself. ENAMELLING CANVASS-SU, 88, 40, 45 and 50 inch plain and tivi.led. in every variety. SAGS AND BAGGIHO -Of every description. S,am- jass llagj, "...en nh.'le, all s.ze, 111 bales of luo, 200 and I wl; coiubi .ing strength, utility and cheapness, for grain j 1 meal, are imsurpassed. I Also, hesry t'oltou Sacking, 4f) inch Cuuvass, 8 thread 1 Warp and Fill.ug. heavv twilled, do. da., 20,22, 40, and I 44 inch. j WOOL SACKS W.-.ven w hole all siiei, a new and de sira- cie article. feb2. "t lyd. j PHIL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND. For the cure of Painful and Disordered Jlenstruation, 1 iitscarriage or Abortion, and the relief r-f all these i Sympathetic Nervous At'ections attendant on Pregnancy. il.tch c.t the suSrTing attendant upon the lives of females s-t tbs present day may Li traced to some slight imprudence 1 .r neglect during some critical period of their peculiarsea- ' causing olistructirun, irregularity, Ac, which, if not relieved, gradually weaken' and deranges the system, and by : Bj-inpethy induces those chronic forms of disease Con- ' sumption, Dropsv, Drspepsia, .xc which either hurry them I to cn early grave r render tnem invalids for life. Alany ot I the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age w lien the bud 1 was just bursting into l,hm, have withered aud died from 1 thctlfectscf obriruc!ion, and the want ofa remedy to assist caturcct that eventtul period. TRY Vllt.PHiLOTOKEN. , It is nat oftere.1 as n cure ot allilis that nesh is heir to, t,ut ass remedy and pieveutive bir a certain class ot com- General Tiolesale Agents for the Southern Stales to whom t allorders must benddresoil. ianlg lydtw.Vw. AFFLICTED READ! -rHll'ADI;,'r,tlA Ml lMCAL HOrSL IUblished 15 X yenrsbgo by DK.lt INK KLIN. The oldest, sure--t and best i'.an.i to cure all firn -at sicrel diseases of the skin, and wlitsrv liabits of routli, is 1)U. KINKELIN, N. W. comer S Third and Fmou stiee, bet.vteu Spruce and Pine, one .id a half wiuares tram the Exrh.tnge, Philadelphia. Tnke I'arlictllnr Nilic-. Thete is a habit which t coys teach each other al the academy or college a habit in- : Julgedin when by themselves, in rilitude, growingup with 1 iheboyto maiiuwid, and Viliich.it not abandoned indue j time, "not only liegels serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series ot protracted, insidious and ' devastating nfleclions. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they I nnd the nervous sy.-tem is shattered, feel strange and unac- j countable feelings!, vague fears in the mind. The individual Gecomes feeble, "he is unable to labor with accustomed vig- 1 cr, orto applv his miud to study; hisstep is tardy and weak, ; r-.a isdnll uud irresolute. Ihe countenance is dmvucj-t, the tves without natural lustre, shamel'accducss is apparent. tkett or f imptf.mt irl.., h. wio'iAf aipjken tfit attention 0 tkriesimiiur!,, uf,hcUd. Hthe virtim I con scions ot tha cause of hisdecay, and Living rrl... flushed the odious practice, he suffers under those teinb!e ui.-nirr.al 6missions;which weaken and shame tiim, r-roWin mental and physical prostration. If be tcuncpue lumsflt b tort U10 practice has done its worst, ttld ruler m .irirr.otiv, hi nianiageis iiufniitful, and his bnsstcilhici that this is caused by bis early follies. Too many th.nk tt.ev will hug the secret to their own hfrts, ana cure Uiemsel ies. Alas' how often is this a fatal .tension, and bow mini apro'-nsingyouth, who might have bum an ornament I., stwu-tv. has faded ftom the earth! Y'ottug jleni let i. fdsp moilcstv deter you from inaVing yonr casi. known to one w lio, tmni eilucatinu and re bpectuhuity. Cinal.uie Iwtr.rnd you. He who places himself under DK. LlNhEl.lVS treatment, mav religimtalycontide his honor as a rentlenuo, and in whose bosom will be for ever locked the secret of the patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconveuient to make jersonal application, can, by stating tlicirca.se explicitly, to treUicrvith all their symptoms. ijr letter jKist-patd,) have fonyardel to them n ehesi contaiuing Dr. K.V medicines, toppropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures ot theuieiha, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor leslored. All letter? oust piitU. A ramiitance of 2S cents in a letter, post paid. ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin. Philadelphia, w ill secure lus book r.n tbe Secret Infirmities ot Wuth. sept4 wlv "VT O'l'K" II. -1 but e u tine UM M'M'lll'K SPKI.NU X N in Macon county, T etine-see. six mile- tionb ot Isfay nte.rm Puncheon Cinn Crctk, wilhsmalliiniirovemeinsat ihe Spring to accommodate those who may vv ndi to vi-it the Spring ibis summer. 1 v ill rent, sell ortake 111 a partnpr to carry on and til up w Uh more budding for thepuipo-e ofsccoir.inodating tho-e who may wish t.i visit the .-pnug. Cp20 3DJW l.l.l.l.tll llll.Vl.rv L.VNDUEfll'S GARDEN SIJEDN nlTVKN TUOU.-AMi Papers new Crop (.arden Seed, K i iUmlsaJ wan-anted fresh. Ac. comnri-nr-al EVKN THOL'.-ANH Papers new Crop tiarden Seed, s. iiMt receivevi and wan-anted fresh. Ac. comprising all the varieties brought to this market Extra Early 1'eas, Eur- , 1. ... i. ..: . 1. lvAIav Peas, Six upk beans, Clove Onions, Ac, by the Gallon Also, Cabbage, Button Onions, Ac, Ac, by the pound. J. G. BROWN'. febl2 N- 42, College StreeL A SPARAGUS KOOTS, Jt. sale by febS4'5l 4,tX)o on haud and for J. O. BROWN. ..l-ints in niiidi it la v. arraiited to do all tlial is Here set ,lorlh, or that mediemed.iec.ed will. iexper:encemd skill can 1 ..'lllng W (-rtorm. Soldi., MXI 1L A JII.AD, Momb; Flour Aibu., or 111 rhartre-tstieet, NewOrleans. 1 Whiieo Chronic intla... MEDICINAL. stkonc UOT?E FOR AI.Ei JJHEUMATIO PATIENTS; j -1-T71TII0UT tbe least shadovror doubt, the Chinese i V Rheumatic Antidote, U the only reliable reme H. before the nubile, farlhe immediate and narmsnpnt . j lleioriong "landing casesor ,,rere ,dexcrutt all contracted and distorted Limbs. Paralv,ii. wasting n) ; ZvJ,ZL .-.2 X' 6 a 3S- e"1?reBi j0'nW. Panful swelling,, acnte Rheumatism, lie Doloreiix. CramfT and , 8pa.m;&c.,&cv This medicine tsiruly ,he Ivill of Rhpimtnlisin. and from the rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction nuitu inuiui) given uyii,u8 asionisntng tlipcts cannot b doubted. ' Severe Neuralgic I'nins are spoedily removed by a few arpllcaiioi.s of this won derful combination. The old and young' heed havo no fear of perfect restoration. Doail Palsy Is completely cured Ir. anlacredible short time, by the use of this external application. No one need doubt It, for one. single Ilottlo will nerer fall to give compl-teaud nubonud ed satisfaction. Contracted nnd KlifT Joints are perfectly relaxed and restored to their cslural life and activity, by it, nv. I'ersons in High Life who, from prejudice, or olhrr canstr, are unwilling to ra sort loamediciiie nnich is brought In nhtlcn hv bvinp n.t vertls3d, permitting themselves to -.uu;r and writhe undrr agonising and excruciation Pain" of liticnualism andXei. ralgia, would feel Jullyproud, allcr rubbing their limbs end Joints with one bottle of this Kxternal liemedy, Iioss of illusculitr Power, wasting and decay of the luus-I;,, numbness, weak back, painful Joints, a re all speedily cured by the uoof this medi cine. V reit fully Invlt'the flti?en,of.Vahvillesnd ricln lly, ho are affceted with any fnrracf Kbeumatlim.ormhnr diseases ahoveenumrstsdt to call on ouroerut ami .rociire a paTphlet and a boltlo nfour medirine,arid wn eon0.lr.utl5 promise you satisfaction. A.S. YOUAIT tv CO., Proprietors, .Maiden Laaa, N. V., to whom all orders should be addressed For sale In Su-htillo by J. P. DKOMfiOOLi; A CO. IoIe Wiiolesaln aud Kelall Agent. Fortaleln Franklin, by P. S. WOMllillXlE, Jinrirees'joro- i.y J. vt . .klni.. " " " Fayeileville. MrEbROY Oc ilch'IXXEY, Sl.Vf.LKTO 5 A-SOX, J. II. STOXE. " " Paducah, Ky., by " " " .McMlnnville, by iuar4 'M .lAtrw iiEWAitn or 1311'ositiox: TIIERF. are so many specifics for so many dilate ni.i. h 'flesh Is heir to," that it t of the utmost tnipurlanre that we should be ery particular in makin? onr . ieii u. From the reinakable cure? which have been efTei ieil h. Hr. VilIiams, Pulmonic lialam ofVilJ riierry and V 0"d Xaplha.Tind from the bleb order and r:..t am.inn'. cf iesti mony which it adduced in lis favor, wo are decidedly im pressed wlib the opinion that the afiiicled will fiiuMi'i thi new and valuable discovery a mn.-t cfTcctnal remedy for all diseases of the Lungs. We ssy to yon who r.re laboring un der Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of the Lungr, try it at once, do not delaya moment, and y nil will be atonlshedat the rapid and favorable realts which tills great remedy will secure lojou. Tryitby allmear.s, ifit does nut help j on nothing will. For full descrlpt'ons oflts merits, virtues, Ac, see Paniph letslobe hadnfthe Scents. For sale AVlinlesale and Retail, and on Agei.cr by J.V, ZIMMKKMAX, Wholesale Uriiggirt, who is the General Agent for this popular and valuable preparation at the city of Xashvllle and sarrotir.ding country. Itis alofnrealo by the following Druggit? : EWIX BROTHERS, W. F.GRAY, KERRY A- DKMOVILLK. GKOKtiK W. IlKXllKKSIIOl I', T. WELLS, It.G. SCOVEL, JO. G. BKOWN. J. H.CURBEV. Nashvllla. I.S.OI.l)IUUnr!, 1-nlllnf-HA WKINS A I OVVI.ER, rnlumtiia. And by all Druggists in everv town in the State of Tennes see, and all the Southern and Western States. Apiil 1 ol lmdtwoVw "fomlflEWDAL PROFESSioN. SI! Y' At OUIl'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. A new remedial Agent, or a a new method orapplylnganold an 1 mot popular or.e. Is now presented to the Profession, and thro.ign tt to ill who are attlicted, with diseases requiring thd application 01 GAL VAX ISM, such as Aiueuorne-.; Cblorosi.; Dysiuenorehea; Prolapsus ITterl; Leuchoriiea; Hysiena; Isiiubag , rpain In the back, Dyspepsia, (dependant on atony nf the stomach) weakuess from any cause ofiha lmrtons or muscular s s tem, and all kindred alfectinus. To tho Physicians 11 is enough to say, this Instrument is so constructed, that a sen ile Galvaniccurrenl is made to pass through an organ, a rousing and sti nutating it to t.uallby anion, thus as'ting and oft 11 superceding other remedies (S.-e opinions of the best authors of the day. Medical Journals, mid M. l-'s in Xashvllle and otbercltlesusing the Instrument.) It t the innswicuilAcallv constructed Abdominal supporter, jet Invented, which will be apparent to any scientific man on Inspection 11 i so constructed mat rimer us galvanic or mechanical support may be dispensed with, as may be itidl catedby each case. Physicians hall itasa potent fillyin coin battlng'sme of the mo-t troublesome of diseases, which of ten tax their patience at d skill. Sey inuiir's Obstetrical Suppnrtcr. Thtslsused tibraceand sustain Ladles' m that most try ing hour of life "Labor."' No Lsdy anticiuatingthls ordeal, would thine of dispensing with its use, if they knew on halt Itsadv antages. It places under the control of tbe patient all the aid she rrqutre.. -oaccoacnerrau maimain nis nus..- t trlral practice, whodoosnotuse it, when itscfllcacy basbeeo male Known to tiie puuuc. SeY.MoUR'S PLACKX1A FORCEPS. This instrument hasonl to be ser-n, to be approved and appreciated, (.see M. D"sln Xashvllle and other places using iliein ) All or ders addressed to if. J). PAYNE, care of Berry A Demoville, Nashville, Tenn., from the Stales of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ala bama, Georgia, Florida. Mississippi, ilouUIaua. Jexas, or Arkansas, loreilher of the above instruments will mnetwith prompt-attention. They can also be had at the following lnuscs: J. ( BROWN'S. 11, G. SCOVEi s, WsT. GRAY'S, .1. Al. ZIMMERMAN'S, i. W. HENDKRSHOT'S, Mrs R. A CO. IS', N0.6S Noilh Market st-.and C. A. ROBINSON & Co , Shelbyville. mar3 V1 Cm D1 R. J. IS. iUARCIIlSI'S CELEURATKD CATHOI.lt ON, tor the rehef and core oi sutienng bemales. it stands in eminent for its cunuivo powers In alldisea es i.,r whU'h it Is recommended, ailed l'einale Cnntplniti!.- Whiles: tnation and I Icer.- the Womb; Innd ntr.: He morrhage, or Flooding; Painful, Suppressed, and ' 'Irregular .Menstruaiion, esc, with aicouipanying j evils, (Cancer etcejiled.) noinatter how severeorof how long standing. The t'athohcon farsttr- E asses other remedies 111 eing more certain, less xrenslve,andUuviiig 1b tslem in a better condition. Ijpx all till -re.ted 1 1. su.-h a remedy call ami obtain a pamphlet ,lree, containing aii'ple proof, from highlv respectabl" smrces, of Ihehappy r suits orits use.ttgeiherwith leiters f-nm tlr't class exiri.-nced physicians, who havo used It 11. their praeiire, and spoak from theirown observations, Ktriarvris.-P B. Peckham, M. D Utlea. N. V., L.l). Fleming, M.D., ('anamlaigua, N. Y., .M. H. Hills, Ai. Tl., Rochester, X. V., D V. Kooto. M. ft., Syracne, N. Y , Pr..f. Dunbar. M. I)., Baliimore, Aid , i. '. Orrick, Al. II . Balti more. Md , V. W. Rees.i, M. ., Xi York t'itv, W. Pres. cott. M. I) , Con.or.I, X. II., J. P. Xewland, M. D., Plies. Pamphlets had gratis at J. I. Pnosroooi v cV Co s Patent Medicine Iloure, College street, Whnlasalo and Ketal Agenr Nashville, Tennessee. ' A I. to For stlo I.j Da. F. S. Woi.hriooi:, Krankllu, IhmA. Kckis,S ringfield, JahlsT Bamiaiv, (isllatiii, Cook A Owek, I.eliaiion, Ckoi ket Rinnt x, AIurfreeslKiroV Ltltlr addrenstJ ta MfSrt. Betel ,v ltW7inn.1ge-"tt at A'tvlerry C. 11., S. C, i Rtr. C. S HearJ.nf n iM Gi.lkn SrxtsMs, Jan !Uh. lr-SI. Messrs. Beach A Bhow s-ns Sirs: I send lor ai.olho oltle or your "Alarcblsi's liter.nx Catoolicon.-' .My wife has been afflicted for eleven year,, and a variety of means has been re-orled to for relief, but none wi s obtained utdll I received this medUltm friu ton. Us luflucnca seems al most magical: Piere was a snaititest lraptovemeLt t om the day it was taken. As there are a great many females in our country laboring under the affliction for which tour medicine propose-a remedy, 1 feel it a duty to recoiumeuo 11 10 an sum. (Signed.) Ci.orunS.Bttr.il. TTT- J. B. AIAKCHISt A CO., Proprietor-., Central Be. not. ?M Broadway, X. Y nov4. W I" ri!.t 'r..,.t JUDICIAL ELECTION I wiU..k-u ii..i o..ot an Election at the usual place-of u.' 11,- ,n . II t ie I ivil Dirtricts cf Davioum Ct-unty, on the -Hit 1 imr-dai ot J!.,r, 1S54, foi the purpose ot electing tli.ee .i u.ge.i of the Su preme (Yuit of Tim.esscp. one f ir ihe l.as-ein, one for the Western and one for the Mi.-idle Dist"'i. One Attorney General lor tho State; or.e .1 1'lgo, mtd ofi Attrrncy (leu eial for the rib Judicial Di-turt, one Judps i f tt'O ('1 im inal Court, and one ( hanceiior tnr this Chancery Division. The following is the 1 1th section of the act under which this election is i,el,!. r-pe. 11 a further enoc'e.l. That in voting forSupreme Judges of the Sta'e every voter shall prex lt the name of cachcandi.lateo,. hi, i;. 'rL l'nv r.--TCnv , orMiPm.E Dm-ioN to 'denote the grand division of the vji-iicanni.iatpon ins ticket, the words l.Atrritv, vt r-TKMi , State tor whl-h I... ,luji,..u .!. .... i;4,l.. ..'..-to. I tnd 1 .. - -'- s........ - tr.p person receiving the highest number of votes for any di- ueciareu one ol tbe Judges ot t ieStmreme C.-urt of Tenue-see. K. 11 BIOLEY. I flii''fY-.tH .. l... f r-, . -1 ' .oenu oi iiaviasou v.oiiuiv. pOPARTVrnsUlp.-i HAVE THIS DAY' associaea witn me tn in. Wholesale Grocery, Com- - inns-aie virocery, v.o;n- Tt.iftfif'i'"' "J '"'"'arding Businecs, Mr. WIL vNIFR A PHiLLUsi"''2' uader ,''e name an4 stJ,,e lalLSSII'll, IkrV LIAM of LANI cart L. H. LANiER. V li ,-ULn5i V MISCELLANEOUS, ' "TYENJ. 1'. WILLIAMS' COMPOUND TKv ' JD TRACT OFSAUSPARILLA ANDIODIDE.OF PO j TaSSA. In presenting to the notice and acceptance of tbe Medical Professon and of the Public generally the above j preparation, the subscriber does not seefctho benefit of a Patent right to enhance the valueorolsartlrte;nor does he ! wish to conceal from any, the knowledge oflts ingredient;, j'in ordertogaln publiecoufldence and favor. Hewonldsim- ijiy staie , inav us an Apoturcary, ne nas Deen lor years in thRhahitofpreparng, under the directions of gentlemen of 1 e ' ?"'""' ''Ifes'ont. '? Kf,?,:tyva,"i Familiar with the" best ) meihods ofdlsplacement, and with theadvautaes of a large and powerful apparatus, he has sought to combin together j the tried andknuwn virtues of various articles of the. Mate. 1 rlaMediealnsueh rvronorlion. and in snch chean end dura ble form, as to.fdrnlsh a remedy.of certain and wonderful eBltary, attested by long experience, not for every disease "thatflesa is heir to, but lor fl largo class, a nnmerouspro ceny liatowe tlieir oriirin and narentaeeto astrnmous Ilia- thesisorScrofulonstaint In tbeUonstituiiunandln the blood, 1 such as Wblta Swelling, Chronic Ulcers of lorn tamlli.g, j ObstinateTetter.KIng Worms, Sore Eyes, Scald Head, Sy philitic Disorders and other diseases ot the sila and blood ( that retisttbe usual treatment, fie' can substantiate by the I very best ofevidence Jtero In onrClty its efficacy in Xer von and General debiity. Indigestion or Dispepla, Infla i mationbfthe Kidneys. Kheumatlsra", &C, Ac. It is confi dently recommended tn Diseases .Peculiar to Females, such ' as I encores' or Whites, Suppressed Menstruation, Chlorosis- or Green Sickness. Wlthout'ennmeratlng furlher,he Is content to state and Trout Ihr result already before him, he makes lhedeclaratlon with emphasis and in all truth, that hftbetlevesheiiofferinff'to the world a reliable and certain remedy for that formidable evil or Kings and Klngcf evil, the Fcrofuia,in all Its protean shapes, whether confined a loneand manifested in lao separaie tissues of the body, or whether!! pervades the entire system. The above medicino can be obtained at the Drug Stores of . F. GRAY, KVYIX BKOTI1KKS, CTKHTCH cc Fhk.MIXO, 11. f!. SCOVK1, , J.ff.HROWX, , BERRY i3t DKMOVIL, g. w. hk-Vubrshott. Oral the Depot, Xo. tlroadwav, Xashtllle, Tennv matW :imdiw " 11. F. WILLIAMS. x. nnonts, u. T. BAORX, W. It, CASOX, iAteofTenn Lateof Nashville, Late of Columbia RHODES, -HAEN' & CO., ' FOR WARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. ?4 .veai!)ore Street, Kit! title, Mm Seconal, CXCXXAT1. Will give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro duce, etc; also to the purchase and sale of all kinds of Pro duce, and articles of Ci.sci.nx in and Piits'bbrq, Manufac ture. Refer fu Nashville Merchants generallv ! JAMES COLLINS A- (JO., Piftsburg, I'orwarding Agents. iaul JtwAwfim. I VAYiOXjtLE WATER POWER AND LAND I l-'OIt SALE. j fOEIN'O determined to remove to Texas, I now offer my ij valuable Jlii'n and Ind for sale, lying on Elk liver, ' ? mile-, from Winchester. If I do not sell privately by the tirt Monday iu Oetober next, I will at that time sell to I the highest bidder, iu front of the Court House in tbe town of Winchester. It is well known that this is the most valrable water power iu Franklin roumv; If not the best in tbe State of Tennessee. The GRIST and SAW Mll.I.S on it are in I good running order, and are the best in Franklin county. They are situated '2 miles from Alisnnia, and three miles 1 from DecharJ, on the Nashville and Chattanorga Railroad. 1 The water power iscupahl-of running any amount of ma t cluneiT. Any person or Company that may desire to go into the manufacturing business, now have "an opportunity j of procuring a location superior to anv in this country All urh are respectfully invMcd to come and examine for themselves, t onnected with Hie .Mill property is a tract, of Iaart containing1 110 nciex, which I will sell all in one b' dy, or divide into lots to suit purchaser. It is all well timbeied, with the cxcentlou of about To acres, which is in cultivation. Near the Mills is a GOOD DWELLING and out hnues, and conrenient to Ihe dwel ing there are three excellent springs of pure Freestone water, besides others. Tlieie are also two fine SDLPHER SPRINGS 011 the tract affording as goodjSuiphcr water as can be found in the State. The location of the residence is high and health v, and the scenerv is beautiful. 53? I will sell this valuable property on terms to suit purchaseis either for cash or on a credit. Long or short credit will be given. JAMES H. ESTILL. apllS d.tw. w. tf. SAINT LOEIS JIILI.S FOR SALE. HAVING purchased a large interest in Iron property, loca'ed in Dtcatur county, Tennessee, we have de termined to sell the above valuable Mills at auction on the 1st .,f dune nexr. together with sixtr aciesof land on whieh . the mills are located. The sale will be positive and with I out reserve. These Mills are located 4 miles from Port Royal, ! Montgomery county, Tennessee on the waters of Red River. Adjacent is'a tine wheat growing country and easy of ac ' cess. The Mills arecapable of turning out during the year about ten thousand barrels ot as superior Hour as is manu factured by any other mill in the country. We will" also bell a fine stock of mines, cattle nnd hogs. TtRiis One tlnrd cash; one and two vears for the balance. S."R.MOODYACO. 1 will sell at the same time, if a purchaser can be found, my urm i-onuunmg live nunurea ana uuy acres 01 tana. ii is lrcated in Montgomery county, Tenriesseee, and is one of the best md most convenient in Ihe county. Terms as above. ap22 td d tv w S. R. MOODY. The Louisville Journal and Uopkinsville Free Press will copy the above weekly until day, and send their bills tn this olllce. C-IAA REWARD Steion on Alonday night Kd 5 J UU inst, a light SORREL HORSE, about 15 hands two or three inches high, a large blaze in his face, two large white spots on his side or belly, his hind legs both wnite, about 12 years old, moves veiv hue, paces well. The above REWARD will be g.veo for the apprehension of the THIEF and delivery of the HORSE; or TWENTY-FIVE DOIr LARS for the delivery of the Horse to meat my residence, one mile and h-.lf f:.im Nashville, aplil lmdtwAw TOPS. HARDING. 0: NEIU'NimED DOLLARS REWARD. Ranawav frun our plantation near Thibadoux, Iuis isna, a negro man, named SA.M1MJX, about Soyeais, old. ahoui 5 feet f. inches hisrh. lieht comnlexion. has : ?.3L a down look, we tninK he lias a scar on lus torehead. can read and write some and nrobablvhasanass. He was brought from Na-hville, Tenn", two years Rgo, and . was owned several years there by Sam!. Watkins, Iq. He ! is a bricklayer, and he may try to get to a free State. 'Die above reward will be given if caught out of Ihe State an I delivered to us, or City "dollars if caught in this" State lodged in any jail so we get him. 1 mare; H-vr2ra NELSON A DONELSON, I N'earThibodoux, JJ'UR SA LE A tract nf land lying near McWhirters ! jJ vil'e, on the Lebanon Pike, containing 58 acies, all cleared except 10 acres. The improvements consist of a j two story 1-iaine House, uve Hoom.s, good Cellars, Hitch- 1 , n, Smoke House, and Servants' Room; also, a good Buggy I House. Two excellent and never-failing Springs. If de- I sired, the crop and slock will bo sold with the place, and i 1 immediate possession given. Apply to , WM. L. BOYD, Jr. 1 apIO General Agent, No. .-.0 Cherry st. TRUST SALE OP VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. I BY vittue of h deed of trust executed to mc by Thomas 1 Gilbert and iegi-leie'1 in the office of Ihe Register of j 1 lavidion count y, iu Book No. 17, pages 71-72, I will on I Saturday the :.d day of June next at ihe Court House iu Xa.-hiille.-e!l tofhe highest bidder for cash, the real estate I 111 said deed de-enbe 1 Oneof the lots is .-ituuted on the neus.de of Wale.- street, ncart :e Wire Bridge and Public . Siuare-Ihe other is tn South Nashville, Milliliter street. I maya td prs. fee ?.". JESSE W. PAGE, Trustee. IOOK AT THIS. Having taken out License tin. j der the new corporation liw, we are now prepared to sell negroes 011 Commission, and will make liberal cash ad vani es on ..egroes left with us for sale, and pledge ourselves to obey instructions, unless 11 ba to separate families. Eight ortenhkelv girls wanted. DAUBS A PORTER, feb 4 '54 " No. 3.1 Cedar street SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. "ITyE huvejust received per Express another supply nf VV those tine Surgical and Deutal Instruments, which we are selling very low. Persons in need would do well to c.illand examine the styles and prices before making llisir purchases. They consist in part of Ihe following, viz: j Scarrificators, some v ery Hue; J j lYckct Instruments, No." 1,2 and S; ' " French style; " " Si.ritig Baics; Tonsil Inslntments ('omEinpd Silver Catheter; Bougies; India Rubber do; Thumb Lancets; Disi-ccting Instrument.-; i Dental Instruments, in coses; Htt el Drills and Burrs; Pluggers and Excavators; ' Horn Cups; Flexible Aleialic Bougies: I Silver Mouth Mirrors; Plain Mouth Mirrors; V&v Speculem; Probangs I Trusses, assorted patterns; Stringes, Ac For sale low by STRETCH A ORR, ap20 Corner College and Union streets. 1:IS1IIN(; TACKLES. A good supply of Fishing ' Tackle, consiatiu? of Bimboo Fishing Rods, Hooks. ! Lines, Snoods Coiks, Ac For.-a!obv j np2i STRETCH A ORR. WALL PAPE R! WALL PAPER ! ! j N HAND, a tine assortment of I I French aud American I'atier Hangings for Parlors, Halls, Diuing Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALMi, a large lot ol cheap unglozcd 1'apers, borders, Fire Screens, YindlJW Curtains, Ac, at KLAGAS A G0RBEY, Nashville Wall Paper Store, No. 20 College st . B. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted done in the best manner. an2tf 'A4.j r NOTICE. "X A VINO sold Ihe ground on which my Iron Foundry JJL is silusted. College street. Nashvile. I cow offer for sale the Building, it being a flame of the lollowing' dimen sions : 42 feet front, running back 57 feet, L GG feet by 40 (Vet all two stories high. A good portion of the building isnew, the timbers are all good, and can bp easily moved. I A1.-0 my cntirestock of paterns which are very numerous, ! ronshding of Engines Mill geiring.of almost every descnp- lion SHU iaie-11 aivies, -Hill surcn, ui imiratini ur.-nF- 1 .- c-. 1' ll;l BnA nU 1V,n fiVlnrAj 4ft 1 u mc " " "'7 '" ' ' " 2a 1 ..,,'" .""n.V'T.w:-! Z 1 plan. a Mi l for gnnd.ng B acking, two -upuloes m gocd or- der, three largeSlacks, well braced withiron rods, and kegs from bottom to top; I lasks suitable for mouldirg almost any description ot castingjall the stock on hand finished and unfinished, with everything else pertaining to the Foundry. Tbe above can be got on very liberal terms if desired, on a credit of from one to ten years. Possession can be given in September, 1651, mtry7-dtrw.vw3m SAMUEL P. AMENT. SUNDRIES. NASHVIIiLE COMMERCIAL, INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL $100,000. (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being fullr organiied, according to Charter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by Seas, River?, or Inland Transportation, on the mast favorable terms. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates. Office, No. 50 College street, East side, between Union street and Public Square. DIRECTOR.". ALEXANDER FALL, W. T.-BERRY', ANTHONY W. VANLKER. JAAIE3 WOODS. JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN Ii. EWIN, HENRY HART, Jr., R, C. McNAIRY", THOS. W. EVAN'S, HUGH McCREA, WESLEY GREENFIELD ALEXANDER FALIS President. Jaues Walk to, Secretary. Nashville, April R0. b w o FOR SALE. A Brick Dwelling, with 4 rooms. No 82 Church street, between College and Cherry. Also, two desirable Lots in Edgefield, each lot fronts 100 fest on Fatherland street. Also, part of Lot No. 44, in Lanier's addition to South Nashville, fronting 84 feet on Washington St., running back 174feet to an alley, Apply at No. 6$ Cherry st.s. JOllX L. A R. W. BROWN. ap23 Real Estate Agent. TRUST SALE. ON the 15th day of June, at tha Court House door in Nashville, 1 will sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property: Lot No.l, fronting on Front street, beginning at an alley running from Front tn Market street one hundred and four feet towards -Market street to the property of Sam'l Pritchett, thence with Sam'l Pritchett's lot tifly-fonr feet to Front street, thence with Front street to the beginning, known as Beaty's Warehouse property; Lot No. 2, fronting and beginning on Front stieet, adjoining and running with the warehouse lot toward Alar ket street one hundred and four feet to Doct, Well's lot, thenre wilh his lot north twenty four feet three inches, thence east one hundred and four Teet to Front street, thence with Front street twenty-four feet three inches to the beginning, being the lot on which Beaty resides. ALSO. IiOt N0.8, fronting and beginning on Front street. adjoining and running with dwelling house lot above de scribed, one hundred and four feet toward Market street, thence North twenty-four feet three inches, to Jas. Thomas' lot, tbence with said lot one hundred and four feet to Front street, thence with r ront street twenty-tour feet three in ches, to Ihe beginning. Which said lots were conveyed by a deed of Trust, dated the 4th of Sept., 1852, for the purpose of paying the debts specified in said deed, Registered the 10th of Sept., 1851. Said properly will be sold for the purpose cf paying the debts specified in said deed. Sale at 12 o'clock. myg td WILLIAM LEDBETTER. Trustee. BURNET'S WATER COOLERS. WITH this elegant article families of ordinary siza can be supplied with water as cool is ice itself, by an outlay of Sets, per dav for ice. BURNET'S FII.TKKIXG APPARATUS, for removing impurities from waUr,' rendering it perfectly clear and wholesome. ICE CREAM FEEFZF.R3 AND TUBS. We have a large assortments huh we will sell low for cash or to punc tual cusfomeis. Also. IfE MALLETS, ICE PICS, Ac, Ac. PI.l'NGE, SPONGE AND SHOWER BATHS. We have all varieties of Hath Tubs, made of an extra heavy article of zinc, imported expressly for Ihe purine. Also, TOILLTT SETT.-t FOR 'CHAMBERS, of the best New Y'ork patterns. BRITTANIA WARE. We have this day received from New York and will sell at a small advance 011 the manu fjrlnrpr nrii lb mnst alftfrunt tliw L- X IIP ITT A V I A WARE that has been eteroflered iu tins city, at pricewso ' low as (o iudncc even thn:o in the most moderate circum stances to combine elegance with coiufort ! Brittania Caudlpalifts, J'iichers, Cups, Lamps, Ac, 4c, all at equally Ion niter. . BLOCK TIN COVERED DISUES. of alitize.-. Coffee Urns, Soup Tureens. Biggin-. Ac, Ac. Ac. f mar3'.U faNOW, MACKENZIE A CO. MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATIIOLICON'. T. POMEROy, M. D., Iuveutor and Proprietor. Xvnt Gehuir.t cit,ijt hit ii'iiiaivrc and tit Utitlond Si'' nature if the Urufdilnr Luiiqny. TT is well knovrn that Dr. IVaicroy, tti- du:to crcr of tha iustlv celr-bralCfl Mursltair Ltcunc (.Utlinliis,ri. is tmr. ot tbe oldest and most skillful pliystCMUa 111 tbia country. 1 The medicine, as prepared by linn, ba attam:d a rcpttU- ! lion far bevoud that ever awarded to uuy other ruedicul pre paration, and wherever it has been utcd it has needed uo recommendation, save its own Lcucfjcial tlletts. But one thing has retarded its universal adoption and use in everv ruse of uterine di.'eae, uud that is its price, which has been three dollars per ln ttle. It is well known that live out of every six women in the j country, over If ye irs of age, are afflicted with the com- tutictton of menstruation. We can usare all sufferers that Marshall': Uterine Catholicou will cine them if no vital pan is injuieil or ruptured, and it has lot g been our en deavor to sell the medicine at a price which will enable all to puicliase it. This has finally become practicable, and we now announce that the price of this c-tmuble medicine is reduced to oxc Dot-Lan asd rirrv cents (1,5)) per bottle It is an invaluable remedy for diseases ot Itie Womb and its appendage-, Urinaiy Organs, (as the Kidneys and Bladder,) and dt.-ea.-es ot Pr guancy Prolap-us Uteri, or Falling of the Womb Leucorthopa, or Whites, Flour Albus all irregularitir s of the monthly or periodical turns especially painful Alen-trualion. or suppression and tfowiug incontinence of Uiiue, and scalding of the water diseased acltou of the Kidney--, a d Bloating or Dropsi cal S elliugs. Also, Spinal Couiplaiuts, o called, are gen erally the re-ult of this class of complaints and will disap pear where they exist, in the same ra'io as the Uterine are removed Ureases of 1'ienaiicy, such as Acidity, Nuitsia, Vomiting, Indigestion and Fatntiigs. ALSO The fJrfclTeiiburg Dyseutery Syrup., An infallible remedy for all bowel complaints. In Asia tie Cholera, and Chntera-Moibus, it lias wonderful power, it cures Dv.-eiitery, Diarrlio?,!, Bloody Fux, Gripiug, and Straining, Cramps, Ac , Ac. In bottles st 'oand 2." cents. The Children's Panacea Is known to every mother who has used it, as a most invaluable medicine lor the 1 en. oval of woms, and (or all diseases that children sutler from 12 months old to 5 years. Wherever this medicine has once been used, no "ilother will ever consent to be without it, in her family. For sale bj all Druggists in town or country, tionivvhom may be obtained pamphlets giving full ucJouuts of the Graffenburg Medicines, np ii4 ALEX. MACKENZIE. V ALUA11LE Al.EiNCY A tew goiKi uud ie sionsib!e men are wanted to canvass Ihe States of Ttunes ee and Alabannt, fir the -Manufacturing and iler cantile Uniou ot N. Y'. City. The eteale.-t inducements are offered to travelling Agents, such that they can make tiom two to five bundled dollars per nvmlh, according to their energy and effort ex- ened. ' j The fabrics manuf cfured ard sold bv thi-Company are , Purr flair, Ilorrs, of all varieties, including Tu'sV Wore J ami Hinue Iriwv.inm of unrivalled elegance and durabil ity, and at puces unexceptionable. These wares were awarded the first premiums at the Crystal Palace, this past season, which indicates their m- , pefiority over alt toieign ware.-. ' The siib-criber has au office and sample ro.ira at Ihe ' Xaihrille Inn, Nashville, where he respecttiilly solicits the attenlion of ladies and gentlemen of the city, to the exami nation of one ot ihe principal attractiuus of ihe Crystal Pal ace, JS7 Exclusive local Agents established on the m. st fa vorable terms. W. D. NICHOLS, Commissioner of Agents for the Manuftcturitxj ami ilercanti'e, I'nion, S60 Broadway, N, Y'.City. mv5 tf. STKAUT, ALLEN & CO., CARRIAGE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURERS, (AT TIIE OLD STAND OP U". K. MYER?,) S"ro Poors litiow tie Theatre, No. 03, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tennessee. WE are now prepared to manufac ture, on the shortest notice, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Ac, of eve ry descrintiou of the neatest and most' highly finished style. The work done by us will compare with any Eastern "manufactory, and the terms equally us reasonable. Being practical 'workmen, we think we are prepared to offur a better article of manufacture for inspec tion, than any similar establishment in the South- e.-t, and on better "terms, when fright, Ac, is considered, than they can be obtained from the East We ask a thorough examination ot specimens of work done at our establishment, which can be seen by calling on us. f?f Repairing of all kinds done in the neatest man ner, and on reasonable terras. op22,'54 Sm. "VTOTICE By virtue of a venditioni expona from the JN Hon. Circuit Court ol Davidson Co, to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, all the right title and interest ol Littleberry W. Fussell, in and to six ne groes, to wit: Clarrissa and her three children. Bob, Mar garet and Susan Also, Jane and Dabney. Jane about 12 years old, and Dabny about 14 years old Also, one horse and barouche. The above property is to be sold tn satisfy a judgment against the sid Fusself and others, in favcr of Tims. Mat tin with cost, said judgment obtained aa afore said January 18th, May 1853, No. 474. Sale to take place at Ihe plantation of Dr. J. Overton, aboutnine miles from Nashville, in Neely's lleod of Cum berland River, 00 tbe 18th of May next, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. ii. and 2 o'clck, P. M. E. B. BIOLEY, Sheriff, by IL P. Estes S. D. Sheriff. ap21 '54 NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to tbe State I'eniteutiury arc re ouested tn n.n.r forward and make Davmentbr the 1st ct May next, or their accounts will be places! in the hands of an othcer tor collection. iuuliakij Willie ap.13. tf. B. A w. Agent FINE RAZOIvS AND STROPS 2o doico Wade Blutcher's celebrated Razors, among which a tine as sortment of WARRANTED RAZORS, in cases of one pair each for 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 4 CUNNINGHAM. mar7 tf Colleie street. MEDICINE, HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL, PUUELY" YEOKTAIILE IN ITS COMPOSITION. This Invaluable Cordial, Is extracted from Herbs and Roots, which have been found after years tf experieuce.by tho most skillful Physicians, to be possessed of qualities most bene ficial In the diseases for which itis recommended, and hence whilst it Is presented to the public as an efficacious remedy, It Is also known to be nf that character 011 which reliance may be placed as to its ssfety. In cases nf Impotency, tfe. morrbages, Disordered Slertility, Menstruation, or Suppres sion of the Menses, Flour Albus or V hltes, or for Debility arising from anycaase, such as weakness from sickness, where tbe patient has been confined to bed for soma time, for Females after confinement, Abnrtionor Ailcarriaire,thh Cordial canuot be excelled in its salutary effect: or lu loss of Mntcular Knergy, Irritability, Physical Prostration, Semi nal Weakness, Palpitation .of the Heart, Indigestion. Slug gishness, Decay of the Procreatlve Functions, Nervousuess, die, where a tosio Medicino Is roqulred, it wilt be found equal, If not superior to any Compound over nsed. To l'emales. Henry's Invigorating Cordial, Is one of the mnst valuable Medicines In the many Complaints to which Females are subject It assists nature to bracn the whole system, check excess, aud creates renewed health and happiness. Less suffering, disease and unhappiness among Ladies would ex ist, werethey generally to aopt the use of this Cordial. Ladles who are debilitated by those obstructions which fe males are liable to, aro restored by the usa of a bottle or two, to bloom and to vigor. Yonng Men: That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence of man and Ills tho jouugwho are most apt to become Its victims, from an ignorance of the danger to w hich they subject ihemse-lvos, causes Nervous Debility, Weakness ol theSjstcm, and Premature Decay. Afanyof yon may now tn suffering, misled as to the cause or source of disease. To those, then, whoby excess hare brought on themsolvas Premature lmpoiency, Involuntary Seminal Kmlssions, Weakness andShrivelllngof tho Genital Organs, nervous A flection, or any oiner consequences 01 unrestrain ed indulgence of the sensual passions, occasioning the ne cessity of renouncing the felicities of Mnrriage, lessening both mental and bodily capacity. Hold! Henry's I Bvigorsllng Cordial, a Aledicine that is purely Vegetable, will aid nature to lesttre thoso important functions to a healthy state, ani will prove of service to yon. It jMt.sspsses rare virtues, isa general remover Of disease, and strength eucr of thesyslem. As a Tonic Medieine, It Is unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial on a footing with quack medicines, and, as is customary, append a long list of Recommendations, Certificates, Ac, beginning with 'Hear what the Preacher says," and such like; Itls not nec essary, for "Henry's Invigorating Cordial," only needs a trial to provo that it will accomplish all we say. The Genuine "Henry's Invigorating Cordial," Is pnl uplii 3 oz Pannel Bottles, and Is easily resognlied b, the .Mannfacturer'sslgnatnre on the label of each Bottle, (to counterfeit which Is forgery,) as well as the name blown in the glass. JTp Sold for 32 per Bottle; Six fir. $r Slt per dozen. Prepared only by S. E. COHEN", Xo.3 Fraualin Row, Vine street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa., to whom all OR. DEKSmiistbe addressed. Foraalabyatlrespectable Drug, gists and Merchants throughout the country. For sale atthe Patent Medicine Depot, Xo. 1-2 College St.. by J. P. Dromgoole fc Co, wholesale Agent for tho Stale, and only agent In Xashvllle dectl Cm d&tw. DR. JOHN BULL. SOM ETII ING NEW AND VALUABLE. Tax most powerful King on tht face of the globe do ralfns supreme in tha American Kapulillc lb powsr of tht crowned heads of Europe sink into laslgubjcaac when compared to that of our American King. .European Kings employ the power rusted in them to fatcreaM tha riches of the rich and lordlr, and to rduc to greater mbwrr aud degradation the poor and depen dant. Our American King gos forth with equal wiilinx neas to the lordly mansion and humble cablu, ready ailk to administer relief and to offer health and happpmcss tc the lofty and lowljr, the rich and the poor. Dli. JOHN BULL'S GREAT AMERICAN KING Is th Tzsm Woirsxa or Ttrc World, and the greatest blessing ever offered to aSilcted humanity; to the suffering millions, the Doctor can say, relief Is at your command. Tou have only to use this magical remedy. All those who still suffer, and will not accept the proffered balm, daserre not the pity of their families. This wonderful medicine, during the brief period since Its Introduction, has carried happiness to the hearts of thousands, and made lite a charm to many who heretofore regarded it only u a painful and miserable existence. To tbe winds with all Liniments, Embrocations, Pain Killers, and I'ala Extractors, and let millions of plal tongues proclaim tbe merits of the great "American King of Fain," a preparation composed rolely of vegeta bles and roots, produced bj America's own rich and bounteous soiL tVe would ask the Lasix?, 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 Tain a single trial, and If satL-factory, exert their influence In IU behalf, recommend it, speak well nnd often of it, and see that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. Tha Ladies are always charitable, and when they induce their suffering friends to use this really valuable medicine, tbir will be doing aa act of beceroleuce that they cau well be proud of. This Is a powerful and truly magical remedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, barns, cc, and for many interna! afflictions, it is a certain eure, yet it is perfectly hanuleas, and incapable of producing the least Injurious effects in the most delicate cases or the weakest constitution. It Is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to the public thousands of certifi cates of wonders performed by tbia medicine. It costs but twenty-Art cent, to try It ; and Dr. Dull stakes his well-earned reputation on the King of Pain doing ail and more than he claims for it. IVe would ask, hare you the Sheimatism or Gout: these are not pleasant companions, and we know that you would like to drive them away as soon as possible then CM BULL'S JUNO OF PAIS." Would 70a be cured almost immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera Mor bus, Cramp Colic, Head Ache, Tooth, or any other ache or palu, the remedy is simple and the eure certain. USE THE GREAT KING OF I'AEf. Would you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Burns, Bealds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat It, use the MAGICAL KING OF PAIN. Would you be cured of Scald Head, Stiff Joints, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbage, Tetter or Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and ail other Sores, either dry or running, we say again and again, roua kimisx Is Dr. John Bull's "KIXOOFPAIN." Would you be cured of King's Evil, Cancer, Tumors. Kruptioaj, or any disease of the Skin caused ky impure blood, then use Dr. John Bull's Sarsapanlia internally, ad the King of Pain externally, nothing caa be more sjartaia than a speedy and effectual cure. DK, JOHN BULL'S PRINCIPAL OFPIOE, Imi Cxosa Stxxit, Osx Doox lnxw vats, LOUISVILLE, KT ros ials bt DRuaama & merchants Timooaa- OUT TIIE UNITED STATES. l.lVlltG BRO'S, Ag-bt. W. F. GRAY, Agent. EIHC1NES, THAT HAVE EEEN FULLY testedduring the past year, by ninny of the most re spectable citizens of Nashville- 1 he advertiser is permitted to refer to Mr. Samnel Watkins, whose servant was cured ofa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J. Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases of Bone Feluu. Mr R. II. Jone-'s son wts cured of "S01 e Eves, afte- having boon under the treatment of two nf the most distinguished Physicians lor eight months, almost totally blind. At least one hundred respectable Demons in Nashville, and it vicinity, can be seen who will vouch for the great benefits of his courseof treatment, without the use of tun knife or mercury. Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Def eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im purities of the blood. Twenty years ef coustant Practice, fifteen in New Otleanr, prior to o.minj to Nashville. Those interested, are res pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any charge. OtGce No 47 Union st, near Cherry, r novlO ly. b EDWARD THOMAS. 8100 REWARD! OUR MORE HORSES STOLEN FROM MY &vp- PREMISES, one mile and a half N. W. of (FTi F Nashville, on Wednesday night, the 3d inst., ot the tollovr ing description, viz : One fine young bay Horse, about 15 hands three inches high, about six years old. One other rich Dapple Bay Horse, about the sameheigbt, but not quite so heavy, about eight or nine years old, with one or both of his hind fpet whitp. One other a Sorrel Horse about seven or eight years old, nearly seventeen hands high, a blaze in his face, and one or two white feet. And one other Sorrel Horse, four years old, about fifteen bauds high, all four of his feet white; and a large Maze in bis face, lie also has the marks M the harness on him, particularly about his shoulders. The above repaid will be paid by me for the apprehen sion of the thief aud return 01 the horses. Orl will pay fifty dollars fortbjapprtheusiou of the thief alone. Or fifty dollars for the delivery or the horses to tue, or iu the same proportion for any one of them. tnyb if ' THOS. HARDING. rpllE BEST SON OF OLD PAC1FC, the broth I cr of Gambia, -aud tht Sure of Corset, Dia - 1 S"..) -: .1 Clin. 111 . I .... 1 V. .nun. 0.-UUU, ' Ul LOll l., buu l-ciliu, "111 -J ....... uv ' I . .'- log season, at my atauie, at tso. ine casu m "ii beTore the removal of the property. Marts kept at 76 cent per week. ... . EPS1LON is nearly sixteen hands high, a rich bay, ana one of the most beautiful and perfect horses ever seen. ISal tbeof his colts have been trained; four of that number have proved most excellent racers. What horse in Ameri ca h done better? His pedigree is equal tany in the, United States. No responsibility forocciden ts or escapes. Feb. 17 eow8m. " - DARDIXQ. 1 tv.. SUNDEIES. NEOFEER, HENDRIX & CO., COMMISSION MkRCHANTS, for the sale of Flour. Grain, Bacon and produce generally, corner of East Bav and Union Wharves, Charleston, S. 0. RirrKtvirs: John Caldwell, lVisident S. C. R. R ; R. Dulin, Es., Charleston; Scanloa, Seymour A Co., Augusta; Atlanta; 1 ": Charleston. In presentin? the above card, we would he dointr inius- hce to our frellncs not to express our gratitude to our nu merous friends in Georgia, Tennessee, North and South Uirplina, for thsir past unwavering patronage) since our commencement in this business in Ui7. We hava nursed H.l n,fS rrom lU incr. labored year after year to tied tlm to? v tSe WeomttrV. We haVe bat stmmin ,1 diaerent lines of railroad aid have been in 2S T wl h, fSht oT produce to reasonable rates. Y e have friends , Europe and the north, and are prepared o rttake advances on shipments to either markets' e would -say to our friend and the public, that it will be to their interest to consign to us, as we pay our whole attention to the business alone. ' We will make liberal advancements On consignments rachlT 0m NEUFFKR HENDKIXZA CO. USE SCARPA'S ACOLWICILrTHllMA' CURE FOR D EA FN ESS. SCAR PA Compound Acoustic OiL For the cure of Deafness, Pains, and Dis charges of Matter front the Ear. Also, all thoe disagree ble noise, like the buzzing of insects, falling of water, tt biz zing of steam, Ac,, which are symptoms of approaching deafness, and also generally attendant with the diseast. .Many persons who hare Leeii deaf for ten, fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to use ear trumpets, have after its ng two or three bottles, thrown aside their trum pets, being mode perfectly vveil. Physicians and Surgeons nigniy recomnienn us 11-e. A gentleman of ibis city has just received a letter from a friend of his, physician 01 eminence in Bangor, Me, and has kindly allowed us to make the foliowingextract : "I have obtained a bottle of Scrapa's Oil for Deafness, and find it s.t valuable a medicine, that you will much ob lige m- if you will try and procure me one dozen bottles." Have ouevertried it? It not. do not delar another day. but send immediately; if you have been one of the visa and prudent, and already bought a bottle, the question is settled; you have lecnvered your hearing. Scrapa's Oil for Deafness nert r fails. It is the only medicine that tv ill cure. Thousands of deaf persons will give their testimony in its 'avor The beauty of the thing is, that it cures with out producing any pain. Thus medicine has cured more persens.and is now used more extensively than allot her medicines combined, for the cureot Diseases ot the Ear. The certificates are numerous and of the highest author ity. Also, DOCTOt: JACKSON'S" PILE AND TETTER EM BROCATION. This may be considered it specific, und it warranted to cure. It not only immediately allays pain and mliomatioii, sti.ps all bleed ing. Mtbdiies that ictolerate itch ing; but it effeciual y cures, iu a very short time, persons whose lives have been rendered miserable for years' It application produces no pain, but rather an agreeable and pleasant senaa'ins. Call, or send tor u list of cures, and you will be astonished. JSF lor sale by G. W. Hendershott Nashville; Beli, Robinson A Co, Louisville, and .1,1). Pat k, Cincinnati. t mari.- M, im. u A. w. , "KAN KNOW THYSELF." An InvalunlAe .W.- yir2o cent. "Every Fa iniJy r'mukl hiirca Copy." 'pWENTY THOUSAND Ct'piessold in less JL than A months. A new edition, revised nd improve.!, la-: issued Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL 4.ND HANI) HOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an oatliiieotthcongiu, progress, treatment and cureof every ti rni of dUrsise, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice lor their prevention, written In a fo-niliar style, avoiding: all medical technicalities, and everything that tvotild offend tho ear of decency, front tberesulttS soinetweuty yearaNiccess fal practice, exclit-ively devoted to the cure id diseases ofa delicate or private uature. To which is added receipts for Ihe cure of tbe above dis eases, and a treatise ou thecauses, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. TtaTino.vr or th Panr. op Oas-mmcs tf Pa.vr.Coi lcue, P11iLi.DELpm.sv DK. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN OA I. The author of this work unlike the majority ol those works who advertise to cure the di-eoscs of which it treats, ii a graduate of one of the best Colleges' In the United States. It affords me pleasure to recouimeud hiut to the aufoitunate, or to the victim of tnalpiaclice, aa a successful sad cxperieuced practitioner, in tvhusc honor aud integrity they may place the greatest omlideuce. JOSEI'H LON0SU0RE. M. D. Faow A. Wooriwitp, M. I or Prs. UMVEttsirr, I'uit SDELPUla. It gives mc pleasure to ndd my toeliui-nr tu the pivlessioiiul ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous ca es of Dise-ea of the Genital Organs, some of them of lour; standing; have come under my no nce, in which his skill bus been mauifest in restoring toper f.cl heallh, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. Iu the treatment of Semi nal Weakne.ss,"or disan-angeruent of tbe luuction.s,produced by self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his aupe r or in the profession. I have been acquainted with the lulhorsotxie thirty years, and deem it uu more than justice l him, as Wi-U as a kindness 10 the untbrtunatu victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in tt ho.se pro fessional skill and integritv, they may safely confide them. selves. ALF. WOODWARD. M. D- "Tnis is, without exception, Ibe met curnprebeiisive and ia eiligibie uork published 011 tho class of niscKiaea which i treats. Avoidiunll technical terms, it addresds iUelf t the reaion of its readers. Itis free from all objection b!e matter, and no parent, Imwerer fastidioas, e tj placing it in the handsof his sous. The author has de- . voted many years tolhetreatmeat 01 the various complaints I treated.of, and 'with too little breath tn pull,' and luo lit- j lis presumption to impose,' he has offered to the world at 1 tie me:ely nominal price of 2." cents, the fruits of some twenty years most successful praciice" Herald. "No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge 1 tjipartedinthis invaluable vt;Otk. It would save years of , paiu, mortification and sorrow to the youlh under their . caarge." I'eoiil Alwcate. A Presby tenan clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hon- 1 era Medical alanual, says: "lliousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence ot the passions, have beeu led ieio the habit t.f self-pollution without realiz iag the sin and tearful consequences upon themselves and postetitr. The iunstitutioas of thousands w ho are raising I tmilies havebeen enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the csuse or the cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and influence the public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread sourceof human wretchedness, would confer the greatest bles-ing next to the religion td Jesus. Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous ands, is njt a great.tr tcourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of tho afflicted, and, your co-worker in the good work vou are so actively engaged in." One copy, securely enveloped,') wul be forwarded, fi ee of postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 sopies tor jl. Address (poet paid,) CO3DENAC0, Publishers, Box lim, Philada. Booksellers; Canrassffs and Book Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. septsr ly TRUTH IS illtiHTY" AND IV I I.L IR E YA I L . IIOT3HIS0N3 CELEBRATED OINTlfENT, IS the most effectual remeily tor Files, Sore or Caked Breast, Cuts, Braises, Ac', now extant. This medi cine is prepared with great care, and never fails to give re lief when properly udmiulsteted. Remember It Cures Pilcs-speeslily. It Cures Sores or Caked Breast immediately. It Cures Cats, "Bruises or Sores ou man or horse. Theathicted oiciuvited to give it a. trial. If itdr.es not accomplish what tv e claim fin-it, then pronounce it a hum bug and demand your money. The proprietor has in his possession any number t.f cer tificates from tha first citizens of Yirgiuia and other Sta'es: several of which accompany each Cut, We give the fol- . lovviugfiom the lerlfl' of Bottcto.ut county, Yirgin'u Mr. I'ttzw-: - 1 Ftxc.vsrLE.Dec.21, lsft-l. Mk. Hctcbisos I'enr .Sir I had been au almost con sfantsullerertniin Piles fiirteitur twelve years previous to the time I heard of your ointuieut. I have given it a fair trial, and for the last two years have had no symptoms of ! the disease, aud consider myself entirely cured. 1 think it duetoyouto make this' statement, nnd to the public at large, that t our invaluable ointirieut should be more gen erally knoivu. onrs respectfully, IJ. PITiSEtL Sold wholesale and retail, bv JO. O. BROWN, febll '54 fimd&trivr Agent, College Mrectt Prepared by W. Hutchison, A Co., Amsterdam, Va - GIIE-IlCAI-S.rA large stock, and from the best niamifacnies, some exceedingly rare, never before, brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to this oarlof inv stock is respectfully solicited. febU-'o4- J.G.BROWN. COD LIYER OIL. Four grosser Itiwhton.-ulark & Co.' fresh and ceuuine Cod Liver Oil. just received by J.O.BROWN, aprill 4.1 College tt. THE .-MEDICAL .11At.NET, OK, KVKitV ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. This is the only Work treating on PRIVATE DISEASE, common u, MALE and FFTmaLE, aud that contains RECIPES Tor the cure of tbe same. It gives the symptoms of tho different diseases, follows them up in their different stages with re cipes, written in plain English, for their cur. F rom this w ik thi unfortunate can learn their precise situation, tate their pencil and make out a prescription, (which can he procured at any Drag Store) and by fa'10'''" the instructions, be cured and save exposure. Tbe autbor of this work, a late Professor in one ofthe leading Med cI CoiWges of Philadelphia, bos, jrhaps, had more police mtbewrecf Pri ate Diseases B'Ji2St fy tbaa any other Physician in the country. It coutains a lntfl-al thogXphiVFtgureof a. Fetcolo. f. atiTnof tha Oeairative Organs, with proper expliba- UAdirts HUGHES A CO, Publishers, Post paid.I'hiht. d.lphia, Pa. Pricel per Copy-Freeot FoeUge. ma r i '5-t d Atviin . ' REH'AKU.-Stolen fruta the paalare jJS, S 1 D of Thf. Hardinir, 00 the night Ol td, a -y.yl filge light BAY H0!SrJ.eor7 vears old, very r fatrwith black uiaue uud taiL Tbe above revvardjt ill be paid for tbe conviction ofthe thitf, and delivery of the horse in Nashville. Any information ofthe ubuve will be liberally rewarded. Apply to WM. J. PHILLIPS, my IU Iwdlmw At his Stable, on Market street. T AND YYAlUt ANTS. We are buying and Darin? 1 j the.veryhighestpncesforjAND-VAKRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest powsa. wiuHi lucv are aeuiug ui tue tim0tn..asuyuiea aau tha cash remitted or paid to order. jaiy2I DYER PEARL Jt CO. 'MEDICAL; DR. JIORSE'S DH MiSeS? I,.!BlUre Lngthend,by VaynJSl01 KUX'K OK CORDIAL prostration, whicn all stimulants, lowcsd narcoU had heretofore entailed. ThatMmeihlng has be tbSnd Itu a vegetable 1 production, brought from the surtl. deseri it Arab.a tho Stony by the celebrated ProreoorM. Mo"e,well known as a distinguished member or the leadlns- scleatlBa societies of the Old World, and equally distinguishes as a physician, a cheraist,asd a traveler. The JulcesT.f thlsl-ert) concentrated and combined with other vegetable medicinal extracts, are now producing results heretofore unheard of lathis or any other country. At Crst the tronertles atlrlbn" tedtoProf-MOKSK'S IXVIGOKATUO itUAlK OR COH DIAL were deemed fabulous. The public often deceived could not believe the simple aud sublime truths announced by the discoverer. But facts, undeniable facia attested by witnesses of lie highest class and character, are now in unipblng over all doubts. IXl'ltEDLUTY IS OVEO TilKOU'S.by amassof testimony which U perfectly Irre Istable. Tha Elixir remedies, In all ases, the deplorable evils arising from a misuse or abate if .ha various organs which make up the wonderful ma al e called man. It restores to Jan vigor every delicate rutton connected with, that mjs Wu. com pound agency of matter and mud. becessarita "cro-production of human life. To persons of feeble raas . tk lflVe' or delri t In vital power, it f recommended aatne only means of communicating that caergy which Is s wi?.?.?' 'nloimentof all th. natural nrp enVMj.LU. u''letirmeBUl attributes. Iu beneicliiJ hi.2.1 .if n"fon,l??'ttoelihersTor to any ago. Thafao ble glrt,the ailing wlfe,thellaa,crneTa.9Ao-a ta,0-T; worn man orbuslnes.. Ihevletlro Tof nervous fcepniAouKi Individual suffering from generat debillty. Srtrom'thi weakness of a single .organ, will ail flndtm mediate and pS manent relief from the use of iM, lacompatabS ienoVatorT To those who have a ptel.riUotralv.UwMUToV. acoraplete and nniallin? aaiegoard actinst that tairtbli mal ady. There are many, perhaps, who have au trifled with, their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond th reach of medicine. Letnot even these despair. The Elixir deals with disease aa it exists, without reference to causes and wlllnotonlyrcmovethe disorder ite(f, bit Rebuild thellrokeu Constitution, The derangements ot the sy.teru, leading to nervous dis eases, and the forms of nervous diaease ttirlf.ara sstouraer. ous that It would require a colamn to enumeralo tas mala dies for which this preparatioo Is a spec 1 Sc. A few, how ever, may be enumerated, vizi neuralgia, He dolereaux, headache, Incipient paralysis, hysteria, palpttatioa o the heart, spinal atfectlons, muscular debility, tremors, fato lencu, a pricking sensation tn tha 3e-h, numbness, torpidity ofthe liver, mental depression, wrakr.ass of the will, indis position to move, falnmets after eierose, broken sleep ind terrifying dreams. Inability to remain in one place or posi tion, weakDers or the proereallvo orgai-a, sexual Incompe toncy, melancholy, luowinania, fiaor a-bns, sinking at the stomach, female Irregularities, a chronic tendency lA mis carriage, emaciation, and all complaint grtwiug out of a free tpdulgeuce of the passlo&s, and all barrenness that does not proceed from organic eanses bejood too reach 01 medicino. Whenever the organs to be acted nponr.rn free frora mat formation orstrictural diseases it Is aterre I that Horse's Invigorntins Elixir, will replace weakness wlih :reugt!i,liica'-aeity with a2c4n cy, lrrrgalarity with uniform and cauir-Jl activity, and thts not only without hazard of reaction, bat wttfc a happy effoct on the .-rai o:xanlzatlon. jLr' Bear .a rami I Oat aH maladies, whe. jrthey begin, dn'ih wilh tha zssrvoassyt tern, and thattbe paralizallon i-f the nerves of motion ana sensation Is physical death. Bear la m!i,d also, that for c Kkluil of nervous disease the Klixir I'ordiai u the only re ible preparation known. Cure oFNcrvon Disease's. No language uao -.vey an adequate idea ot the Iram" Ji ateamt almost miraculous chauge whir! r. occasions In the diseased, debilitated aud shattered nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak bynatore.or .uipalredbyslck cess.tke unstrnnjrand retaxedrganiiaienliatonceoraced re-virifled and built up. Tar- uei.tai a.ij hysioal symtoms of nervous diseaso vanish togotheruiv'er ".a lsiieoc--. Nor Islho effect leuiorari; on tue contrary, the ruiiei la perma nent, for tho cordial properties of the medicine reach the consiitutloiiittelf, and restore It to Its norma) condition Well may the preparation be calted ue Medicinal "tYoutior. ofthe nineteenth century. It is, as theCrstscIeatljo ntantn the world would have admitted, that m racle of laediclae heretofore supposed to have no rxittanee- A Stimulaut that Entails No RcActlnn. Its force Is neverexpacded, as is therase with oplum,steo holic preparations, and all otuer exritama. Ihe effect of these Is brief, aud it may well be said of him who takes item, 'The last stale of that man Is w or-e than the Mrst " But the Elixir Is an exhUerant without aslBledrawback safe tn Its operation, perpetual iu Its happy Influence upon the nerves themiad,aud the entire organlialion; tt will also remove de pressious, excitement, a tendency to blush, aUeplessaeu dislike of society, Incapacity for study or business. Loss of -Heniory, Confusion, giddiness, rush of blood to the head, melancholy , mental debility, hysteria, wretchedness, thoughts or seirde slrucllou.fear of iusanity.hypochoudriasis.dy.pepsla gen rat prostration, Irritability, nerrousnes., luitbill y to slcop, diseases incident to females, de.-ay of Ihe propoatlogrunc lions, hysteria, mouomania. vague terrors, palpiution ofthe heart, iropoteuey, cunslipalioa, etc., etc., from whatever caueearisingit is, if there is anv reliance tobo placed 00 ha uso lestiiuouy.absolutely In fa I Utile. ' A (.rent Aledicine lor IVuinleg, The unparalleled effects of this great restoradve, la .1 complaints Incident to remates, mark a new en In the aa nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulants havebeen to vented thousands of lcvlgorants concocted all purporting to be specified lu the various diseases and derangements b which the delicate formation of woman render heritable. The result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrum -have Indeed Imparted a momentary vivacity to the nervoc system, a transient and delusive vigor to the muscles; tv this flash of reftef has been succeeded by a depression si jauauauuu xTvawr uiaa oerore, ana ine end has l.to oft, been utterly to paralyze the recuperative power of thoncrv and the vlutorganlzation, and finally to uestroy the unaanrs patient. Buttn -Uorse'slnvigornting Eliiir. Is presented as a phenomena In the materia uejlcahllhart unheard of a stimulant without a reaction. Ibe herb which forms Its main ingredient, haaboen ad milled by all the great medical and pbarm ace u Ileal Institu tions oris.urope to bein thlsrespeetiulgeneris. Dr. Morse. wsosnBie Js an undisputed authority iu acienoes, dlscov eredtheproductinn In Arabia, where bis etteulion was eid ted by the woiidertally InvlgoratlagerfecU it produced npon the natives. Iu fict the wonderful power or endurance, the exhaustless vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes, la their desert pilgrimages, is atlrtboaja to the use or thlsrl tallzlbgherb. An appeal Is made to Every Woman of Sense, who suffers from weakness, derangemen:, nervousness, tre mors, pains tn the back.oraoyotherdlsorder.whetherpeca liar tohcr sx, or common Iu both sexosW give the Iavlxo rating Cordial a trial. Married Persons, or others, will find this Cordial after they have nsed abotU or two, a thorough regenerator of the system, lu all direc tions are to be lounj the happy parents of healthy o&prtng, who would not have been so, but for this extraordinaryprep aration. And It Is equally potent for the many diseases for wTlch it Is recommeuded. Thousands of young men have been iestoredby usiaglt, and notlu a slcglo Instance has It jailed to benefll them. Person of Pale Complexion, or consumptive habits, are restored!) theusoof a bottle or wo 10 bloom and vigor changing the skin froro ajale.yal law, sickly color, to a beautiful florid complexion. To the misguided, These aro so me of the sad and meiaueaoly effects produced by earty habits of youlh, viz. weakness of tho balk asd limbs, pains In the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous irrltaoll ity, derangement of the digestive luucUocj, general d.blilty, symptom of consumption, die. Mentally, tho fearful eifecu on the mini are ranch to be dreaded., toes of memory, confusion of ldeas,depresstoa of spirits. evil fore-bodmgs, aversion to society, self distrust, love nfiolltude. timidity, Ac, are soiueof theevUs produced All thus araicted iletorc Contemplating Jlarriage. should reflect that a sound mind and body are the mostase essary requtsiiea to promote ronnuotal happlcess; Indeed, without ttieee, the Journey through lif.ibeeomea a weary pil grimage, the prospect hourly darkens the view; tho mind be comesshadowed with despair, and rflled with themelane'ioiy reflection that the happiness ot another bee..me bllgnted with your own. Parents and (.'unrdiaiis. Are often mtsled with respect to the causes and soirees 0 dlseasesin their sons tnd wards. How nfien do they ascrilys loothereauseaof wastlngof the frame, Idiooy, mauineas, pl pitatioaof the heart, touigestion, deraavemeot nf iBe ner tonssyslem,coiigU and symptom, tndleltuig eonsamjstloo, whenthetruth is, that they have been ludulgtogtrta pernl clous though alluring practice, destructive both to mlna nd body.. Cnilliou, Da. Moast"a InaoaiTt-so Coaorai. has been counter felted by some unprincipled person. In future all the genuine' Cordial will have the proprietor, fac-simi!e pastod over the cerk of each bottle, and the foi lowing words blown lu the glass-. . "l)K. MOKSK'S INVICOitATlXG COKDIAL, C. If. HING, PKOPKIKTOlt, S T." yrp The Cordial is put up highly concentrated. In pint bottles. Pales $3 ooper bottle; two tor 5 CO: six for $12 00. C. H. KtSO, PKOPKltrOR, t!tt BroaJway,2ew York. Sold by Druggists throughout the Unlud btates, Canada and West'Indles aud also by W.JT.filt A Y, ,ucceor tJ ttartw right 01 Ann strong; corner orilarkeland Broad streets, Naohv1IIe,Teanessee. loetaC-d wta5a V. r.'C.ll',SOLKAJXT. AOHNTS FOR MORSE'S CGKDIAL J. M. Zimerman, Market st, Nashvu'ls. -J. W. Nelson. Mur"reesboro' A, M. Goodloe, Weodbury. Jas. B.Stone, ilcMinnvdfe. Dcery A Majors. ShelbvriBo. NANllVILLB A NO MEJ1P11IS U. S. KAIL FACSET LINE, For .YIemphis, Hew Orlenrn, St. Louis and Louisville, TRI-iV EEKLY . THE splendid new Passenger Steamers. CITY OF Ht'NTSYlLLE, JOHN . jfiiititjcY' n.:tiiuv..u Villeevery MONDAY". WEDNESoAY and FrtlcAY . . . ,f . ; . , l .1 1. : . . u 1 1 1 II C. OCX, 1 - -l-, LU.UtLU ... twiuviui, niiuiuciuill uuu.v ville and St. I-ouLs U.S. Mail Boats, and at Jlemph.s with the splendid New Orleans steam -rs. Bulletin, ll R.W. Hill. Gen. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving TIIKOCOfl TICKETS from Nashville to either or the points abova named. The acoommodatious ot this line cannot be urpsi3d, aa passetjgers will find it by far the speediest means cf Uavsl either North or South. For freight r-r passage apply to A. Is. JJAVIS. f . v-..t,i!l- tnyl2 A. HAMILTON, t " B ON AQUA SPIllNCS FOR JCENT. Iheae 1 Snrimrs will be rented for the present year, or leased tor a term of years. There are extensive accommodauoa tor visitors, and everything necessary to n-ake them popular place of resort for health or p!eaaiu-e. Tfcoy ar Stuatedtn Hickman County. Tennes. and for tt-WJ several years have been much V Jg CsfDaviisou.WiIlanisen. Zite"" counties. wma Bou An OU U.ckmansCOun,y. Tjg, 6, College .treetopPos."tonan,en-Bana-,Nhvili,-marl9 '54 t? r-rr-rr-.r 1 u. between Unioa Ointr.r'-n''.e-0f the year. Ap- and Deaderickstret,fortaUEoyi' Jrw v nl-r to Gtnl Ajr't.NcMLbjrryit, rhir2.'5.