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f WSHVII.1K I Ml AND AMEKM. r VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1851, NO.-.32.5. ,.S It ts ct- .-4. U JSTJON AND AMERICAN. t ;-. .-rr . : ' 1 -siO-l'FICE No. 11, DEtDEIUCK STREET. . rtltT WEEKLY UNION AST) AMERICAN Is furnished 5'b:?'c:5brrsEt thefoCoTring rates: Single copies, one t-t iuadraico, 52 W; trithlh tlje year43 00; at theend :-.-cf lie yssr. 4 001. Cures Of five and upwards t 00 per npr fcr oestmt. Clubs of subscribers" will be re oefT?d tor six months at the foregoing rates. 7 fahVTEEKLY is published every Tuesday rbnrFdsy jIT''iScitcrdcjRt $5,1 inntun in advance; if nutpaia -fl DAILY ia published at Eurht Dollars. KTTllE MONEY 4.LL CABES TO ACCOMFA2fy BetnitUscw of subscriptions mar ba uade by mail 1 our ..riifcJ. I s, I aper will Va mat oat of lh State unless the order Is to , t cpHiiieaied with toe cash. " MANNY'S REAPING AND MOWING MA CHINE. rpHE undersigned bavinr aacured the right fo this State.of A teriiJjrsaleJlancr'sVntPntneaner and Mower mtrdcJ t!:c first prcuiima for Mowing and Ibe second for Seapin al tlisNeiv York .State Fair, in the trialin Gene va cad .iew York In JuIrlC52, in competition with eleven ethir Machines; awarded a Silver Mrdal at the Ohio State rarhri:s best lletperend slower; and receivingtue high est tmiri cf the Vermont and Michigan State Fairs for the test neaping and Mowing Machine. " 'ffb tra.! merit cf this Machine bas given it a triumph over all ottjtrs, and being a perfect combination of a Reap er andMotr, it ccinesro the Farmer with double value. Tbepnccoftbc Machine delivered at Nashville is $175. , For tbe-3u-6ful performance oftbis Machine I refer to ' "ite centneatc3bo!oTf Pvt. John Sbelbr, and L. E. Brad ler." " toanfl"4 li. V CHEATHAM, Nashville, Tennessee. ' ' Naswille, June 28, 1B58. CoL L. P. Cheatham Ir J." J-ir I have been using the Keeping cad ,'i!oiriti Machine pattned by Mneyot Illi nois, n. tiich yon are oflering to the citizens of Tennessee. . It js anitratelstcra"'1KWachine.' It works neatly an d rapidly... Tfcc srooant cntper day will depend principally upon the fjteed.of the team. If the team can travel four miles per hour it will leaji orrr.ow lfi acres in 10 hours. It i entitled to the coclideucc of the public Kespectfull v, - J. SHELBY. I, Zj. F. Ilrsdley, now managing the farm of Dr. Sbeloy, malie thefKliowiiigatAtement. We have had for more than te week one of Ool Choatham' Mowing and Reaping ,Mschiiie we have tried it in Clover and grain blown down and buigied, muI la'ate that it mows and cats cleaner than tuc scyliifculatie; nod will roowprrday a.mnchSl4 hands udit"cti; iolie-utiacrprerday. Jnne29'.3. L V. HItADLEY rox & roMicjius, 59 Eroad Street, Center Beaver, New-York, Oftrfor Sale the fuV.Qivty Hmvy Cotton Fabrics: "(VTEVVVEHGLAiro COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all Jl Euuftberj. lurd and sofi; also all the various widths of t Canvas nunufictured at this establishment comprising ev- try variety tnn.vnrn the trad, and offered at the lowest . rate;. TJ KITED STATES PILOT DTICE Woodherrr and "iloutit Yercoa liztra. A full aiorlraent oftbis superior tibnc ' WniTSIAimC'COTTOK'DirCK-ie, IS, 20 and 22 inch, all uuinb:rst bard cud soft. Thin fabric u-as awarded ' tfaabighiat FrerttiUTn at the IadoQ World's Fair, alto at our oivu State Fair, SHIP AUOBEAB-MASKDTJOK-Plain and twilled, -4ilb; LtUt ( Juttou K.trens. plain 22 to 27 inchilleavv. do. do. ' COTTOK SAIL TWIIfE A full assortment. TA5U?AULIN3, HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, &e. PAPE riLTING rt to 7i inch, made very heavy, eSJircilty '.w dripr ftll. CAS C0VXI1IK0 Cotton Canvass, all widths, from 80 to 18'i in;ur an lull numbers, made expressly for cover ing aud riK'tinp railroad cars, i perfectly and permanently Taicr-jroof, a-id more mduring than the cr itselC US AIIELinm CAXVASS-Cn. 88, 40, 45 and SO inch plam ard twilled, in ererr varietv. BAGS AND 3AGSIN(3-Ot every description. Seam is?j lig. woven whole, All size, in bales of 100, 200 and JWo; cctnbi'.ing slrcn.tfth, tittlity and cheapness, for grain aud meal, are unsarpuvd. Also, harv Cotton Sacking, 40 inchCanrasj, S thread Tarp'and Filliag, li'.avy twilled, do. da, n, i'J, 40, and i4 inch. ' ..'WOOLSACKS Wovrn whole all sizes, a newanddtsira ale article. fb25'64 lyd. rpiIK 3IEDICAI. JIAONET, OK, EVERY JL O.NE HIS OWN I'liVtSIOlAN. This 's the only "Work treatiife on PRIVATE DISEASES, common to 2lALEimii FEMALE, andlhctcontains RECIPES for the enre of th same. It jives the symptom of the different iissijes, ttf'.ioxstliem up tn their different stages nith re cipes, srntica in plain Lngilsa, for their cure. From this S7 it ,hs unfortitai'e can learn their precise situation, take lheirpcaa! and mike or.t a proscription, (nbich can be 7rucured at mi y Drag J-rore) and by following implicitly he lastrucliooj, be cured aud rare exposure. The author vif tbt3 wi'fc. alite Proirssjr in. one ot the leading Medical Colleges ot Philadelphia, ha, perhaps had more practice la ibacurct'f I'ri cte Dfenje, in diltcrent stages of Socie ty, than any otlwr I'byeician in the countrr. It contains a beautif ll Litliojrjj hic Figure of a Female, showing tie Join: t'ra ri tV Or&eri'ivo Orpins, with proper explana tions, Ac. Address HUGHES & CO . PubiUhers, Post paid, Phila- . 3slHUuu I'i. I'riccSl per Copy Freeof Postage, nai J'fi iiw."m TKUTII ISMII.'IITV ANO WII-LrREVAIL. HUTCHI30HS CELEBBATED OINTMENT, i"T5 tbe uisst effectual remedy lor Piles, Sore or Caked Breast. Cats. Bntiscs. &C-. now extant. This medi cine is nriptrei with i;rc.t care, and never fttils to givere luirwlien prucrly adiuintrU-reJ. Remember Ttcares Piles spdily. It Cures Sores or Caked Ereast immediately. It Cures Cati, Xraiscs or Sores on man or horse. The atllicte J are invited to give it a trial If it does not accomplish v -e claim for it, then pronounce it a bum pug e.ud desiaiul j-otir money. T be propriet .r '.j sin his possession any number of cer- ' liScatea fru.n tbo tifst citizens of Virginia and other Stales; " .ccreral of whicli tcconipany easb box. We give the fol Iovtfljf from the sheriff if Bottctourt countv, Virginia - Air. Pitzsr: Fixcastlk, Dec 21, 1853. Ms. HoTCarK;:i Pear SirX had been an almost con rtatitiuCcrcrtroui J'iki forten or twelve years previous to th; t;ine I he-rdcf your ointment. 1 have given it a fair trill, and fcr the lait two j ears have bud no ftnptonn of the diseise, and coasijermys'lf entirely cured. 1 think it due to you to nuke ttin statement, and to the public at letve, that your invaluable ointment i-hould be more cen crdlykac:. Yours ir-spccifulfy, R. P1TZER. Sold wholesale aud retatl, bv . , .". G. BROWN, fibll '5-1 6mditriw Agent, College street. yrejeed by W. Hutchison, A Co.. Amsterdam, Va. CIIANCSUY SALE Or VALUABI, K LAND. OS SATURDAY, tbr- 15lb day of July next, I will sell tn the ir'gucst bidder a the Court House door in 5iurfreeabcrt', on a credit of 1 and 2 vears (except tir.o cau.)i7 acred ot VALUABLE LAND on Stone's River ct c mwuthof Stowan'" Cretk. About one half of the Laad w cleared and uuder f.nce, but finely timbered. Hiid Land is located m a ven frrtiloportion'of the county, tni in uax;e"e it t.eighboi hood. I'tr-oua wtAipg to examine M ill apply to Robert L. Weakly rn the prembw, S railcji nonti-east of Smyrna Depct. Djad ud np;trovcd ecurit will be required. J. F. FLETCHER, JtSl dtrwwU.-prinlers' fro Clerk and Com 'r. ' SALE OF A VALL'AHJ.i: FA1MI AND 21 LIKELY NEGROES. VinO!; cfa docrw or the Chancery Court, at 0 NashvitKat the Slay term, K1, in thecae ot .lobn V. Pei.8tugKHi and other rt. Margaret Pennington and otbs-s, I stis'.l, rtn th7th ot .fnly neit, proceed to sell on the premises, at the la'e residence of Craves Pennington, det3;id. the p? intttion rn which he resided many years piefioas to lin t'wlh. Said plantation contains befween ive hitulred and jir'y and six hundred acres of land, aud ijin? in McSpilhle.t HenJ,-on the Fouth Mdeof Cumber iao 1 nver, aout s or i1 miles above Nashville. There are wa as d fans a f;ood and Substantial building, a good cotton Ri ; ar : . is twneved to be one of the best colfon farms ia the e.nr,;ry. Pei's.j" tog tocximine said fami, will call on John ?V7. Venning u, nw ljre aiijoiniu said farm, and who will snowing j remises t.i any one wishing to examine the terns Ti'et- n' "fr.ta will Ik on a credit of one and two vttthw-1 . serctving notes with good i-ecurity, and a JitB will rs-amc t t.li th purchase nuiney be lullr luid. Ai:n; "fil"?"' 18 ' "ro -Jl1 P1-9' ,ri11 ,,s'W fr cash in band, SI Ilfc-!v ut , v.- r nsivtti.g of men, bovs, girls, and TTomrn and . Ini'nen : ml at ul tile .amc (lIne aa(j ,(8cef 1. will sell live atKirp-. (-f sirk in the Nashville and Lcb.in cn ru-npJce, torrh r. XK 1!KIKN C aU(1 M jclS td LA.VimKTII'S UA RUEN S F Ftis" . O CTKN TI1UP.S.VN t n,.H Cn,p oa'deu Seed, Ojuit recced and warranted frcA, Ac., comprising al theraneUcs brmiglit to tins markets Extra Eurlv Pea Ear Itr May P-)i,Slx wwkbeu. Clove Onions, "a,- bv the Ga'.ion. Aw, CabfiLce, ISuttou Onions, Ac. Ac bv the Jioand. J. O. BROWN, fehlg No 42. ColWe, .Streat -tJtKAT ItAKCALV IS A FARJI.-oSTi OTliUNi'i:EU ACIiW ol lHiid tinrly located on the -litwiiville trad Cliatfanyoga Railroad. IScr is miles from hnl!e. oonJbrtable lft-1!iiig with 4 or f. room!., a p,,j -Wchard and a ercollet.t sptmg, nearly one half of the land I .finely timbered. A bcrgai fan b"had by making im mediate application No C'll.Chirrv streetto JOHN L. A R. W. BROWN, rnai 21 Iveal Estate Acenta. " " BSiL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. ONFXOX?. KEAUliROAV Sl'llKET. TIIESubsoiiher rertfully returns his i?1 tl'aaksto tlte public Tor paStfiivors, and so- Heitsacootiuiiance of patronage in the above COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING TogcJier with every descripUcn of Metal; Turnings Melal ic Packings. Ualbtt Metal and Castings. Soda i-'catJ, .tftiEeraiorj, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve. ry ri;. tiuu-naatjgthrcd IoTcrdf r, or repaired at a ahort so' ICS. . i. u. Cash will be paid at all uses fcr old capper and brass. -Jsaj22 iy a. COLE. jtfEDICINAL AFIXICTED "BEAD ! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 yeartagobyDR-XINKELW The oldest, surest and best hand to euro all forms nrsecret diseases of the skin, and solitary habits of youth. Is DR. 'KINKELIN, N. W. corner br Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, one nnd a half squares from the Exchange, Philadelphia? Toko particular Notipe; There is a Jiabii wliich Doys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in nolitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, arid which, if not abandoned in duo time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of nrotracted-lnsidimu nnA devastating affections. Few pf those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until ther Und the nervous sysfem is shattered, feel strange and tinac counfable feelings, vagne fears in the mind. The individual becomes feeble, he is unable fo labor with accustomed vif or, or to apply, his mind lo study; his step is tardy aud weak", be is dull and irresolute, the countenance ia downcast, t ho eyes without natural lustre, shamefacedness is apparent. View art tpnploms aJueh tJioM aimlcn the atl'niitm r tkM&wularly afflicted. If the victim be conscious of the cause o his do cay, and baring relinquished the odious practice, ho suffers under those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and t-Iiame ulni, producing mental and physical proitrauoiL Jr he emancipate himself before tho practice Las done its worst, and enter matrimony, bis marriage i unfruitful,- and hu senses tell bun that this is caused By his eatly follies. Too many think they will hug tho secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and bow many aprornisingyouth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! Young iHeii I 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 under DR. KINKELIN'S treitment, may rebgiously confide' his honor as a jrcntleman, and in whore bosom will bo for ever locked the secret of (he patient. Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to gether with all their symptoms, (per letter post-paid,) have Forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. JC's medicines, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of the ttreiha, weakness nnd constitutional de bilitv. nromntlv cured, and full vicor restored. All letters pottjmd. a remittance 01 so cents in a letter, poi paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin. Philadelphia, will secure his bonk on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. sept4 wl r DIt. JOUN BULL. SOM ETH I N G NEW AND VALUABLE. Tai moot powerful Kfag on tlie fire of the globe now rvigns supreme la the American Kepublic Tht power of the crowned hea.)3 of Europe sink into Insignificwic when compared to that of our American Klcp. Kuropr&n King emploj the power rested in them to lncrajm tb richui of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater miry and degradation the poor and depen dent. Our American Kiug gors forth with equal willing oeai to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready alike toadmlnltter relief and to otter heAlth and happplntrs je the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. DR. JOHN BULL'S GREAT AMERICAN KING Ij the Tixra Woxdir or Tax Woelb, and the greatnt Llessinjeter offered It afflicted humanity; to the tulftring raillloDS, the Doctor can fay, relief is at jour Co rum an -1. You hire only to use UiLa magical remedy. All tho.s vho still nuSer, and will not accpt the proffered balm, deserve not the pity of their families. Thin wonderful medicine, during the brief period fine Its introduction, his carried happiness to the hearts of thotmnij, and made lifeach&rm to many who heretofore rett&rded ft only as a painful and mis rable existence. To the winds with all LInimeuU, Embrocation, Pala Killen, and Valo lixtractora, and let millions of glad tongue proclaim the xncrita of the great "American King of Pain." a preparation composed solely of vegeta bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and ttounteoas soil. We would ask the La dim, who are always competent judges of what ts and what is not a valuable family medi cine, to do us a special favor by giving the King of fain a single trial, and if satifactory. exert their inlluence In its beb&lf, recommend it, speak well and often of it, and ee that it is used by their ainicted neighbors. The Ladies are always charitable, and when they Induce their suffering friends to use this really valuable medicine, they will be doing an act of benevolence that they can well be proud of This i a powerful and truly magical remedy for all external diseases, ores, swellings, burns, &c, and for many Internal afflictions, ft is a certain cure, yet it is perfectly harmless, and incapable ef producing the least injurious effects in the most delicaUs cases or the weakest constitution. It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to the public thousands of certifl r&tea cf wtmders performed by this medicine. It costs but twenty-five cents to try it ; and Dr. Ball stakes his well-earned reputation on the King of fain doing all and more than be claims for it. We would ask, have you the Rheumatism or Gout: these are not pleasant companions, and we know that you would like to drive them away u soon as possible then use "BOLL'S KLNQ OF PAIN." Would you be cured almost Immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera Mor bus, Cramp Colic, Uead Ache, Tooth, or any other ache or paiu, the remedy ts simple and the cure certain. DSE Till: OIIEAT KINO O? PAIN. Would you hare your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat It, uto the MAQICAL KIXQ OF PAIN. Would you ba cured of Scald Ilead, Stiff Joints, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or King Worm, Salt Uhcum, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped llands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, vs ay again and again, vooa kuiidv is Dr. Johu Bull's "KINO OF PAIN." Would yon be cured of King's Evil, Cancer, Tnmora, Eruptions, or any dUeiue of the Skin caused ty Impure blood, then use Dr. John Hull's Saraaparilla Internally, and the King of Pain externally, nothing can be men ertala than a speedy aud effectual cure. DR. JOHN BULL'S PRINCIPAL OFyiCK, rmi Caou Staitr, Oji Do:t bimv AUu, HWINf! URO'S, Ag nl. W. F. GRAY, Agent. STRONG HOPE FOR ALL RHEUMATIC PATIENTS. WITHOUT the least shadow of doubt, the Cliinrsf; ItheumHtic Antidote, h theonly reliable reme dybeforethe public, forthe immediate and permanent re. lief of long standing casos of Chronic lthenmntism, severe andexcruclating Neuralgic Pains, Hip disease, Oont, all contracted and distorted Limbs, Paralysis, wasting and decay of the muscles, f welled and enlarged Joints, painful swellings, acute Rheumati-m, 11c Dolorcux, Cramps and Spasm, &c.,&c. This medicine letruly the King of ltheumatiMii, and from the rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction which is daily given by It, Us astonishing effects cannot be doubted. Severe Neuralgic I'iuhm aresp'edlly removed by a few applications of this won derful combination. The old andjoung need havo no fear of perfect restoration. Dcnil Palj e completely cured in auincrediblo thorttlnie, by the use of this external application. .No one. need doubt It, for one single Bottle willnever fall to give completeand unbound ed satisfaction. Contracted and Stifr Joints are perfectly relaxed and restored to "their Eatural life and activity, by its use. Persons in High Life who, from prejudice, or other causes, are unwilling to re-tort-lo a medicine which is brought to notice bv being ad vertisad, permitting themselves to suffer and writhe under aconlslngandfxcruciatlns; l'alnsnf Kheuinatism and Neu ralgia, would feel Ju-llyjiroud. after rnbbing their limbs aud joints with onebottle of this. Hxternal Remedy. Loss of illiitcnlnr Tower, wasting and decay of the muscles, numbness, weak back, palnlul Joints, areallspeodily cured by the iisoof this medi cine . V"a respectfully invlt Hie citizens of Nashville and vlcin Uv, ulioarnalfecteJ with any fmrnof Kheiimallsin, or olhcr diseases kl-o eeuumerated. to cull oiinurazent and procure a pa rphlot and a bottle orour iusdlrluefaml e coniiiteiitiy rromisei jou satisfaction. A-55. YOUAT1' & CO.. Proprietors, Maiden Lane, N. ., to whom illorders should be addressed Korsalein Nashville by J. P. DKOMfiOOLE t TO. Sole Whnleisaleanil Itetsil Agent. Por sale In Franklin, by F. S Wul.DltllV.K, . Mnrfrees'jor.r t.y j. . -r.u.-"-, u ti it Faveitcville. McKl.ROY JltKINNKY, SIXGI.iiTON .fON, J. II. hTOiNK. " " Paducuh, Ky.,by " McMinnvllle, by roart'St dd-trw N'OTI:S. BY virtue cf an execution dittded to me froc the Fu prenie Court .f lirroi. and ApjhsiU at Nashville, f ill ofler for sale for capiat the. Cour" House in Nahvi!le, on the lit Saturdn m August next, all tha right and interest that V. It DORRIS, las in and to a certain lot. cr parcel of ground fcituatcd in South Nashville, bounded as follow!: ltcginning at ilallonv's Comer and runnirgSouthnardly with College street, J52 feet to the line of the Tennessee ana Alabama llara-ond, then Eastwardlv with the said Said ith on Grecntcld Sale within Knfal hours. li li 11IGLKY, jeS IwS. Sheriff of I)s.vidnn. LAND A AltltAM'l's. We are DUyiuganu navnii: the very highest unces torlJvNl) AVaiiiia VT-f "lVr sons at a distance havng warrants to sell by sending to us .by.mailorjitherwUe may depend on getting the highest priea j at which they are selling at the time In Nashvilie and the cash remitted or paid to order. ' JoiySl DYER PEARL 4 CO. nauroaa, loi left to an Alley, thenci with the line 01 Alley to ilallonv's line. 152 tcet, thence at right angles w saidMallony line. 131 feet to the beeintbc noint: levied as the lurmertv i.f . I) TWrU in i-..,, ,f '. SUNDRIES. NEUFJ?ER. IIENDRIX&.CO.. COMMISSION MKRCnANTS. for the sale of Flour. J Grain, Bacon and Produea generally, corner of East Havana Union narres,'.i;narieston, s. u. BiTERErcrs: John Caldwell President S?C. R. R :R: Dnlin, Esq- Charleston; Scanton,i?eymoi:r & Co., Augusta; W. H. Stark & Co, Aususta; Wm O. Pete: & Co.. Atlanta; French & Van pps, Chattanooga; A. Bell, rh",,n,oea: llrmi Witcnn Jt- it, 1 nAir- Tivinti VrMr.rt flrloilnn 1 In presenting the above card, we would be doing injus tice to our feelings not.tn express our gratitude to our nu merous friends in Georgia, Tennessee,- North and South Carolina, for their past unwavering patronage since our commencement in Wis business tn 1847. n e nave nursed this business from its infancy, labored year, after year to dcvelfipe the resources of the back country. We have bat tled with the different linee of railroad and have been in strumental in reducing the freight of produce to reasonable rates. Wei have friends in Europe and the north, and are prepared to m&xe a avarice on snipmems iu eitucr 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 aiiemioa. in. uie. Dusmess aionc We will make liberal advancements on consignruenfs. mchl7 Sm NEUFFER UENDKIX CO. TTSE SCAIU'ArS ACOUSTIC OIL! THE ONLY i I CURB toil OliAtKKSS. SUAJU'A Comnound Acoustic OiL For the cure of Deafness, Vains, and Dis- charies of ilatter from the Ear. Also, all'thoae ditagrce lii . . i : i ' .u i : r : t . "r. ! I:.. r . Ilia Holes', uaex uic. uuiiuj ui iimu, laiuu yL.n ici , n ut&- zing of Eteam, Ac, which are symptoms of approaching deafness, sthd also generally attendant with Jhe disease. .Jinny persons who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, and twenty yeirs, and were obliged fonse ear trumpets, have after us nrr two or tKree bott!es. lhrown"aside their trum pets, being trade perfectly well. 1'hyricians and Surgeons highly recommend its use. ? A gentleman of this city has just received a letter from a friend of hi, physician of eminence, in RangorJ lie., and has kindly allowed us f o make the. following extract : "I have obtained a bottle of Scrapa's Oil for Deafness, and find U So valuable a medicine, that you will much ob ligo mi if you .will try and procure me one dozen bottles." Hare yon ever tried it? It not! do net delay another day, but send immediately; if you have been one of the wise and prudent, and already "bought a bottle, the question is settled; von lure recovered your bearing. Scrapa's Oil for Deafness never fails. It is the only medicine that will cure. Thousands of deaf persons will givo their testimony inits ,'avor. The beauty of the thing Is, that it cure3 with out producing any pain. This medicine has cured more persons, and is now used more extensively I han all other medicines combined, for the cure of Diseases of the Ear. The certificates are numerous tud of the highest authority. Also, DOCTOR JACKSON'S PILE AND TETTER EM BROCATION. This may be considered a specific, and ii warranted to cure. 'It not onlv immediately allays pain and iLtfomution, slops all bleeding, Mibdues that intolerate itch ing; bat it eifecmaliy cures, iu a very t-hort time, persons tt hose lives have been rendered miserable for years! Its application produces no pain, but rather an agreeable and pleasant sensation. Call, or send for a list of cures, and yon will be astonished. For file by G. W. Uendershott Nashville; Rell Robinson t Co., Louisville, and .1. 1). Park, Cincinnati. inarU-V.4, Sm. d A w. "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invahialh Jlook for 25 rtr. "Every Family should have a Oopi" 'TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less -r7,7j L than S mouths. A new edition, revised AlMh nd improved jiiiwuol. Dr. liUiViT.KfS MBIIIUAIj JIAiSUAli AND HAND HOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an outlineof the origin, progrei-s, treatment and enreof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by uexual excess, with advice lor their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that would otfend the ear cf decency, from the result of some twenty yearssucccss ful practice, exclusively devoted to tho cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. Tkstimonv op the Pboj or Obstctcics is Pksx. Col Lxnx, Philadelphia. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN. UAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those wirks who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United Slates. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity tbey may place the greatest confidence. JOSLU'H LONGSHORE. M. D. FnoM A. WoonWAnD, M. D op Pkxx. UMVKasirr, PinL iosxphia. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical ilan uil. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, Bime of them of long standing, have -come under my no tice, in which his skill has been manifet in restoring tb per f jet health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In thetreatmentof Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions.produced by 'self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know his supe r.or in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of earl? indiscretion, to recommend him as oue, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safelv confide them, selves. ALF. WOODWARD, M. D- "ihisis, without exception, the most comprehensive and iatelligible work published on the class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses itself t the reason of its loaders. It is free from all objectiona hie matter, and no parent, however fastidious, e tj placing it in the hands of his son's. The author has de-rot-d manyyears to thetreatmentof the various complaints treated, of, aud 'with too little breath to pufT,' aud too lit tlj presumption to impose,' he hasoSertdto the world at tie merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruUs of some twenty years most successful practice" Jltrald. "No teaclieror parent should be without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their charge." i'yfeV Adcacatt. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Ilun erV Medical Manual, says "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence of the passions, have been led into the habit cf self-pollution wilheut realiz ingthesin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are raiding families havebeen enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the cuse or Oie cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and influence the "public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread .-ourceof human wreiehedness, would confer the greate.-t blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the preent and coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous ands, is net a greater scourge to the human race. Accept mythanks on behalf of the alll'icted, and, your co-woiker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, 'securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free of postage, fo any part of the United States for 23 cents, or 0 sopies. forjl. Address .postpaid,) COSDEN A CO., Publishers, 15ox ltn, Philada. Hooksellcrs, Cauvassera and Hook Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. septf ly LET KVJBItV MOTHER USE THE CKAIiJF KNIJEUG CHILDREN'S PANACEA. "1 TTH EX the child is troubled with griping and flitn VY lency; When there is looseness of the bowels, or where the dis charge is scanty, of a bad color and smell; When there are eruptions, or when the skin is red and excoriated; When the child is atfick'd with Measles, Convulsions, Cholera Infantum or Worms, this remady is a certain cure and its use will relieve Ibe anxiom mind of the inoiherat once; When the child stalls in its sleep and wakes suddenly with a fixed or rnghtenert looK; When there are Worms this remedy is the most certain cure ever known. lotit be the first "thing resorted to in all cases of children's diseases and almost instant relief will be experienced. For sale by every Druggist in Naibville. Price Wi cents per bottle, wilh fiU directions. mav31. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent. co.tirLAiN'is cr the season i T-rSE THE GRAEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. lJ When the bowels arc affected in any way; whetl er the d isease is acute or chronic, as it is equally beneacial in both cases: whenever there is Dysentery, Dtarraoca, Bloody Flux, Griping and Straining, Cramps in the bowels and Cholera. It is a certain and immediate remedy in all of these complaints. My position as Chairman of the Board of Health has brought me constantly in contict with persons sutTering from diarrheal, dysentery and cholera. So strongly was 1 impressed withtne valubof the Graefenberg Dyseutry Sy rup iu all cases of bowel complaint that 1 caused it to be sent fo Quarantine, where the cholera then existed, avid it is not a little singular that but a single case was reported af terward. Facts coming under the observation cf my as sociates in the Hoard tend to strengthen the belief that this remedv is invaluable in all cases of disease of the bowels. T. R. H111UARI). M. D., Ch'n Board of Health, New York City. I have had an opportunity of witnessing the effects of the Graefeuberg Dysentery'Syrnp in cases of bowel com plaint, especially thoseof a severe character, and I have no hesitation in saving that it is admirably adapted to the cure of these diseases. T. R. DaFOllREST, M. D. NewYoikCiiv. may31. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent, l'rice 30 iiml 25 cents per llotllc. BON AQUA SPRINGS FOR RENT. These Springs will be rented for the present year, or leased lor a term of years. There are extensive accommodations fo visitors, and everything necessary to make them a popular place of resort for health or pleasure. They are situated in Hickman County, Tennessee, and for the last several years have been much frequented by the citixens of Davidson, Williamson, Maurf and other neighboring counties. Any one wishing to rent or lease , ill address MRS- ELIZABETH A. WEEMS, Bon Aqua P. O., Hickman county, Tenn., or 1 S. L- FIN LEY, 61 College street, opposite Planters' Rant, Nashville, marl 9 'M if TRANS.UONTANIA ACADEMY, GALLATIN, TENN. ACCORDING to resolution of the Board of Trustees of this Academy, this day made, notice is hereby! given that the Presidency of this Academy is now vacant. Any verson desiring the station will please apply Tit any early period. Testimonials of high qualifications will I be le qutred. " ' . o. wKA , June 20 twit f . , Secretary. The Nashville Banner, and Union and America copy four times in Tri-Weekly and forward account to. this of fice. Gallatin T(nih Legion. JVnSCELLAltEDU.S, PROF. H. E. ROTHSCHILD, EROMlL'ECOLrl POLYTECHNIC OP PARIS T ESPLCTFULLY' informs the citizens of Nashvill th-it ' XVbe proposes riving a seyiisi of instruefion in? the art of DRAwrNn ATcn-vctrrrnrvrt immr-'wa'rmii.' ivn - ' v., .u... i.k. v . i AJ ARTo Upon ' system cntirelrneWand nroved to be s;i .perioTdo any other mode, ever brought before-" the public. nun-., u'wii ui lesiiiiioniais ana rveunimenuaiion. ncin me nrst Academies, Colleges, Universities; and Reverend ueuuemcn ci ine united estates will provp. Prof. R.'a system is" exceedinplv simnle. reanirinir no" in itrument, and bv it anv nerson with nn nrarions kr.nn-. ledge of drawing, can ieanftn sketch the outline of a face or any natural object, in less than one hour. Even ynunir vtjiiuiu iw uuui ia aiew nonrs. ORIGINAL RECOMMENDATIONS WITlf THE PRO FESSOR. Citadel Academy, Charleston, S. O- . 'orfolfc Female Institute, Noi folk, Va. Augasta Female seminarv, Stanton, Ya. Chambcrsbiirgh" Seminarv, Chambersbttrgh. Pa. Young Ladies' Institute, Klizabethtow.., N.J. Hoyt's Ladios Seminary, ' ' United States Armory, Harper's Ferrv, Jefl'erson University.CharlotsvilJe, Va. Ibcnonlligh School, Pa. ' Iaiavette College, Eas-on, Pa. Academy of the Visitation, Wheeling, Pa. . Washington College, Pa. . . University of Cannonsburgh, Pa. Home Female Institute, Cannonsburgh, Pa. Cooper's Female Seminary, Dayton, Ohio. School of Desicn. With many others, afl of which can bp seen at the. Pro. lessor s rooms. mayfiiV. J3f Rooms No. 103, College street near Line. OfTlce hours from 10 to 12 o'clock, A.K.,and from 2to4 p.m. ITALIAN LANGUAGE. That high appreciation which the young ladies or Nashville will no doubt have i,f the many beautiful vocal pieces to be found in theoneras which will be represented in this city, will create a desire on their part to repeat tne ji, and as. tne ellect would he greatly ad ded to, if they were able to pronounce correctly and with proper emphasis the Italian Language, which pronuncia tion not ont of their a.usical professors could im..art. their attention is called to the fodowing : Signor Viglieti, an Italian by birth, and possessed of a pure pronunciation, oilers to instruct the young ladies in the art cf pronouncing perfectly, which Is so indispensably necessary to a language so full of sweetness and harmony, and ptoposes to accomplish his task in n" very short time Terms moderate. Apply at Mr. Berry, Book seller. myi'7 SWEEPSTAKES FOR 1831. THE FOLLOWING SWEEPSTAKES are proposed to be run over the WALNUT COURSE at the FALL MEETING. ISM. Entries to be made to the Pmnrietnr and to name and close in all the S'akes on the FIRST OF juiii : NO. 1. A SWEEPSTAKE TOR UNTRIED 3 YEAR OLOb ?100 entrance, ?2o forfeit, Mile Heats, Three or more to make a rare. NO. 2. SWEEPSTAKE FOR 2 YEAR OLDS-9I00 en- irance, f so ioneu, jiiie imr, inreeormore to make a race. NO. 3. JOCKEY CLUB PURSE $W0-ThreeMileHeafs, mi on iiisjue t-iait) ui ioneu, i wo or more to make a race. NO. 4. SWEEPSTAKE FREE FOR ALL AGES-Two Mile Heats, $200 entrance, $50 firfeit. Three or more to make a race. The rules envernine the Club over the Walnut rwp willbethe same as those adopted by the Walnut Jockey Club Association. O. TOW EES mrS-td Propriclot. STKAUT, ALLEN &CO., CARRIAGE AID HARNESS MANUFACTURERS, (at Tnn old stan'ii of it. x. Mvrr-,) Tico Doors Hetoc the Tliratre, No. 93, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tcnnpssee. TTh are now nrenared to miiTifc- T iure, on me snoriesl notice, i?f -i n 1 IfDl 4 m-t2 T TTi , C T ft' f ArTli uaniMaur-?, nuuuiui, Ul eve-'i ry desctiation of the neolest and most" nigtuy nmshed stylo. 'Ibe work done by ns will compare with any Eastern manufactory, and the terms equally as reasonable. Iteinjr practical workmen, we think we are prepared to offer a beticr article of manufacture for inspec tion, than any similar establishment in the South-Wt. and on better terms, when fright, ic, is considered, than thevean be obtained from the East W e ask a thoronirli examination of specimens of work done at onr establishment, which can be seen by ralhn" on us. ST" Repairing of nil kinds done in the npatest man ner, and on reasonable terms. ap22,'51 Sm. IL H. MVEItS, A. O. CARTER N V. Y STOCK OF CA3KIAGE3. "When we have mosey we ride in chaises, When we have none we wait brja?s." WE hive just received our new stock of CARRIAGES, consisting of the finest Coaches, Calashes. Itockawavs, French Pluctoj's, Broughams, Barouche, and Bugles! This work was elected by Mr. Mveiu, in the best "ilanu factory in New York, and we think it is the beit stock of Carriages ever olfered in the market, a d will be sold at anv price ahove cost. N. B. We have made arrangements with three largp Manufactories to keep us supplied atthe shortest notice. MYKK-j iC CARTER may 20 -If. No. :,, Lower Market street. F, BROWN'S I-.SSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER. This ESSENCE is a preparation of unu sual excellence In ordinary diarrbau. incipient cholera. in shoit, all cases of prostration of the uigfrstive functions so common, it is ot inestimable value, flitringthd pre valence otepmemic cholera and summer complaints of children, ills peculiarly ctlicacious. no fk-.nilr. indiviil nl or traveler sboa'd be without it, as it enables "the system to ..... i , r : : . jr Lf.t 1 V - icsisi iio luuutuo; oi lot-ioiein uisease, wnico lliras Ml a changing climate. Caltio.v. -Biure b)get the genuine Essence, which is prepared only by F. In-own, at his Drug and Chemical Store. N. II Corner of Fifth aud Chestnut street , I'hi U(U1 phia, and for sale by all the lesppcfable Apothecaries in the United States, and in Na-hvillp bv W. W. Berry A De- moTiue, rjwin iinw., xiios. iie:is, tt. t. cvell. juncis imutnAw. MEDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEN FULLY testedduring the past year, by many of the most re spectable citizens ct Nashville- The udreriiser is permitted to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cured of a 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 Felon. Mr R. 11. Jones's son was cared of Sore Eyes, afte- having been 'under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for eight months, almost totally b.iud. At least one hundred re pectable persons in Nashville, and it? vicinity, ran be seen who will vouch for the great benefits of his coarse of treatment, withou: the us" ot the knife or mercurr. Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Ei es, and all im purities of the blood. Twenty years of constant Practice, fifufn in New Orleans, prior to eoniini to Nahvil!c. Those interested, are res jec!fully iuviled to coll, examine and consult, free of any charge. Oflice No 47 Union st, near Cherrv. novio ly. n EDWARD THOMAS. N. EHODE?, X. T. HAOEX, W. B, CASO.V, Late of Tenn. Lateof Nashville, Late of Columbia RHODES, II AO EN A- CO., FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, jVf. 54 Sita;ivre Streft, JCat tide, below SaxmJ, CLYChYXATf. Will give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro duce, ela ; also to the purchase and sale cf all kinds of Pto duce, and articles of Cisclnnati and I'ittsbcho Manufac tures, Refer to Nashville Merchants generally JAMES COLLINS A CO., Pittsbnrg, Forwarding Agents. janl dt wA w Sm. T. siKxnorsit. c x. AVrRiu.. T. STENHOUSE Ac CO., FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2 HAYNE STREET, Charleston, & C. Rkfp.r vo R. Dulin; Hand. Williams A Wilcor, Charles ton; Hand, Williams A Co., Augusta; J. Norcross. Atlanta E. C. Chaudler, Chattanooga; C. H.A. D,L. Cotlin A Co. KnoxviIIe;T. J. Pardue, Nashville. my25 ?m. RAGS! RAGSl! RAGS!!! 500,000 Pounds ol Rngs Wanted. I WILL pay 3 cents per pound, cash, for all the Cotton, Linen, Flax, Hemp and Tow Rags of all colours, that are delivered at my Panerand Rag arehouso at the North east corner of the Public Squared Merchants, Pedlars and all the rest of mankind are soli cited to gather and send meall they can get. may7 tf W. S. WHITEMAN. SQQ CANS OF POTASH. The cheepest and best awOOpreparation ever sold for making Soap; one can make 60'lbs. hard sdapVir 100 lbs. soft price 75 cents per can. ..Just received and for sale hy W .F. 'GRAY, tnay24 17 Broadway. 0 DOZEN SARATOGA WATER Just re OOceived andforsaleby W.F.GRAY, may2i 17 Broadway, -t t") DOZEN OXYGENATED BITTERS. J.jiThe most effectual remedy mm known for Dyspepsia. Just received and forsale by " W. F. GRAY, may '24 '17 Broadway., OflA DOZEN DR. ROSE'S CELEBRATED OUVFamily Medicines. Just received and forsale by may24. W. P. GRAY, 17 Broadway. 17 .V SEYMOKE'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL I Zi Supporter? which will be sold unusually low. Jnat received and for sale by W. GRAY, mav24 17 Broadway. f( DOZEN BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JA OUlIAICA GINGER. Just received and for sale by may24 W. F. GRAY, 17" Broadway. fir BARRELS JtuSlN. Just received and tors.de ZOby W. T. GR X, may24. y.w.o., . 17 -Broadway. CIONGRESS WATIilC 36 dozen Congress or Saratoga Water,. just received fresh from the Springs put upin quart anApnit bottles. For sale by . - T. STRETCH & ORR. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union1 streets. . may2t B.1I. B.-T1HATDO THESICK RF.QUIRFi ' pO TnOSF, who think; If sis V, ifsnffenng the tortures JL of pairi, orafUicted with long illness, the invalid's constant hope and most fervent desire is to be relieved and "cured of the distressing ailment, that renders Ins exist eucesomierabIe, in the quickest possible time. On thfci principlathe R. Rlt REMEDIES are founded. Instant Relief froni Pain. Quick Cure of Diseases. Speed v Resrr.ro. tiun to Health, is the great plitfbrm on which the R- R, R. Theory is predicated. The R R It REMEDIES are worthy of the ago. They nefontli.- .nltai-a I hn Karl. in AAttvt fmm lliamnot ovm ; , pains, and quickly free the afflicted from the most obstinate anaserious maladies, infusing new lire and vigor in the shattered and bruised body, and renew each member and organ oi ine human system witn strengtn and power. The U K R.REMEDIfcS consist of RADWAY'S REA. DYJltLIEF, RA 0 WAY'S RENOVATING. RESOLVENT, and RADWAY'S REGUIAT0R3. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF is for ibe instant relief of the sufferer from pain, and to check and arrest the pro gress ot diseases, iq disinteci animal, maiarioua and lnlec- noiis poisoas, thus protecting whoever uses it against all poisonous mieciion irom Uontagion, and trom sudden at tacks of Cholera, Pnenmonia. ShitJ Fever, Fever and A rue. ic. Likewise Tortbe effectual and radical removal of all pains and diseases of the Joints, Limbs. Nerves, Ac Its tirstalion is to remove the p&itf, hence its usefulness in Neuralgic cases,) its second, to repair and heal, as in the case bf a cut, or wound. If the Relief be applied after nine suiai uug is urcr ine puiu i? exunguisueu, ana the. work of reparation now commences. But if the Relief is not applied, there are many chances to one that the pain win continue anaun innamalion be set cp, and instead ot a s iiinc lutiseu vuuuu neuave inuamanon uiseaseiocon tend with. Rcsfdes its direct power over pain, the Ready uenei is tne misieaertuai and convenient "counter irn ant" that is known to the medical world. If there be a congestion or heaping up of the blood in uuj i'rurai&r pari, occasioning paia ana inreaiening in bamation or disease, as Sore Throat, Lumbago, or pains in tho loins, Pleuratic conpestion, Ac, the Relief will be found the most invaluable cru-aiire. Uv applying it over the ad- jaceui mrisiue utoa is arawu away irom uie aliened pnns, the congestion dissipated and the pain removed at once. Let auy who may doubt this but make the trial Now, these two properties, its power over pain, and its 'counter irritant" render itlhe'uwt valuable remedy for onuuugu iiuk au asinugeab iu uie pstpuiar un-iiiiiig vi me icnu, n siops me pain aim arrests ine discharge, of the most frichtful Diarrhcea or Cholera. In n short time. DISINFECTANT. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF is the most safeaml rv,v erful disinfectant m the world as such, it is a most effec tual cure and positive preventative of tin7LM ilrl -fTrs So wilh other fevers aadal malarious diseases. Tenor twenty drops, takeninteruallyi in a little water, will nm- tect the system against any attacks from infectious and ma larious poisons. PNEUMONIA, whether Typhoid or Bilious, RADWAY'S READY RE LIEF, given internally, and applied over the surface of the body and the bowels regulated and kept soluble with RAD WAY'S REGULATORS, the patient will soon be ont of danger, and speedily restored to health. If the R.IC.R. iwmeaiesare giveu, inv win save ine uie oi tue patient. RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVEAT is the second of the R. R R Remedies It is for the cure of old Chronic Diseases that Lave been lingering in the sys tem for years. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO ALL AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC DISEASES. For the present, then, let ns piss to the consideration of the RESOLVENT.the second of the three R.R. R. Medcine?. RADWAY'S RENOVAVINO RESOLVENT is for the cure of Chronic Disease, of inflammation that is kept alight on fire by some sustaining cause, forthe Chemists tells us that inflamniai inn is a low concealed combustion. And this cause is a deposit resulting from the inliamm.-etion whilst it is in an active or acme condition, for all disease is at one time acute before it becomes chronic If a person lias Chronic Rheumatism, it U the result of a deposit in the fibrous tissue surrounding joiuts; if a person is Scrolulcnj, these deposits often show themselves in small lumps under the chin and along the neck; if he hare a Consumption or Chrome Cough, tiieio is tuberculous matter deposited in the lung. it Bronchitis, it takes place in the Hronchial tube; it Syphilis, it occurs in every lissiu and organ in the whole system, fur tnat disease spares nuthing. Now to cure these diseases, these cbronic inflammation; (for it is this in every case.) it is manifest that the diseased deposits t be first removed, the sustainim: cause be taken uwar must uuu iuui uin impute uiuuj utj miexeu in lis couaitiou and rendered pure and heallby. It becomes necessnry, then, that the absorbents be active and the blood be puiitied. We therefore want a medicine that willact on the absoibentsandstniulate them into aC tion, and at the same time purify the'blood. Medicines that depend merely ou purifying the blood alone will scarcely eer cure chronic dtaeaset 10 ensure" success they must at lirst hare the power to stimulate the absorbent, and re move the diseased deposits. The action of the RESOLV ENT is directed first 10 tho absorbents, sJumlating them into action; and second to the blood, nbich it depurates by its action over the glands, the liver, pancreas, kidneis, Aa, which are the sewerj thainaiure has established forpurily iug 1 he blood. You will alter this description, we hope, ap prici" te the name n e have given to the It. It. R. REilbDILS OK RENOVATING REsOLVr-NT. It resolves aay dis eased deposits; it purities tne blood and it renovates the sys tem. Tumors are removed and dispersed by Its operation; Chronic Swellings are dissipated; Nodes are solteued and n.etted away. The most loathsome Ncin disease disappear uuderits action; Sciofulous constitutions are soon amended and the disease checked wheierer it has attacked the sys tem. Syphilis, with all its horrible train of concomitant, here finds a certain and infallible cure, aud Consumption too, oltimes hud.sjLs master Consumption, that prevalent and lameutable disease 0! the lungs, tnat is so well known to you all, from lus fatal and almost helpless character, and the bavocitpioduce-sumoug the young, the most gifted and the must beautiful of the human rate, beeping over our vi tals v, ith an insidious 5 et awful certainly, aud vonsiguing tn an early and piemature grave its yearly hecatombs of vic tims. Tubercular Consumption is often regarded as a speciGc disease of the lungs alone. This is a mistake, it is but one of the forms of Scrofula it is u Scrofulous deposit aud iDtfamuatiun of the lung structure, and could be as readily cured as any other Scrofulous disease such as Rickets, Hip Complaint or white swelling if it was not for the peciuiar structure and action of the futgs iu which it takes place. Die lungs expand and contract duringevery respiration: and from the moment the lirst breath of life is drawn, iin til the last guttural sigh passes trom the dting invalid, a nevrr-ceastug action is kept up on their pari, it will read ily be conceived then, bow diUicult it must be for an ulcer ot the lungs to heal, wherj it is continually kept irritated bv the net of breathing. " Understand, then, we do not offeryou the RESOLVENT as so certain a cure for Consumption or Scrofula of the Iitugs,as it is for other Chronic diseases. We btliere it will cure Sciofula iu uuy other part of the body, but from the very nature of the case, this complaint except in its first siages is of times incurable; but ne can recommend it as the most certain remedy (when taken as directed in our pamphlets) that we iissess to arrest its progress, and can poim to a large i.umber ot cases o! Lung uiseases tliat t has c ired. ftueu theu, is the Ronovalmg Resolvent. What the re lief is to Acute disease the Resolvent is to Chronic it re solves away the foreign and diseased deposite; it purifies the blood and it renovates the system. .No. 3. We now request the reader a attention to the third of the R R REMEDlc'-. RADWAY'S REG CiiATORS. Every pill taker should examine the theory ou which the Regulators are founded. Everyone "who lakes pills"' will find Hadwav's Regula tor the most pleasant at.d safe Regulatorof the Liver, How els, Kidneys, and other organs of me system in use. We have hitherto been treating of disease or inflamma tion in its acute or chiouic state, and its remedies; the ItE LltFonone handaud the RESOLVE.NToi the other. We now pass to the consideration ot that state of the system im mediately ptecei-ding ul-suso or jnflaiunis.tioa, Viz: Infla tion. To allay irntaiion of the nervous system, and re move Its ell'ecLs nhetever it exists, and to a?d the RELIEF or RhSOL VfcNT in treatment ofinlLuiimation, are the chief purposes of the REGULATORS. lut how is nervous nritaiion the cause of disease? Be cause the glands of the system a e controlled by the brain and nervous ceuters, and whateter irritates the braiu caus es irregularities of the glands; and when the glands refuse to do their uoik, the loreign matter which it is their duty tuieinove, is left in the blood, and increases the already ex isting irritation. The glands are sewers ot the system, and are composed chiefly ot the Liver, the Kidueys, the Pah crease, the Salivary Glands, and those of the skin, and in testiual canal. Now, a regular and honest action of these oigaus areiudispemable tu keeping the blood in a pure and natural slate. If we give you poison instead of food to eat, you can easily understand thai the blood will be corrupted by it, and diseased action will follow; and it will be just as surely corrupted if the glands do not abstract the worn out materials from it. Again if the kidneys be interfered within their action, from any irritation liatsoerer, why then we have the salts ot the urine the poisonous urea circulating in the blood, producing headaches, coma drowsiness, Ac. And, last, and most im-iortant ot nil, if any existing causes inteifere with the operation of that great laboratory, the Liver, behold the disastrous effects! 'I he bile, instead of passing into tho inicsttnes to aid them in their move incuts, (tor the bileis Nature's purgative,) ia left tocirculate iu the bloed; the bowels, therefore, become inactiveand the carboniferous bile (for carbon or charcoal is the chief component of bile) circulating in the blood is the cause of the fevers of the system The superabundance of the car bon in the blood meeting with the oxygen as it passes thro' Uie lungs is slowly consumed, and gives out a superabunt dance t beat, unit this is fever. RADWAY'S REG L'LATOItS induce a healthy regular ity of glandular action. No costireness, or dyspepsia, or indigestion, or pains 111 the side, or liver complaint, or pains in the kidneys, will tioub.e you if Radway's Regulators are taken: and e positively a&siiie all who are uHlicted with these dy.-tessing complaints that Hadway's Regulators will cure them. R. IC R. Remedies are railed io the treatment and, un aided, will cure most of "the ills that flesh is heir to." The sanguinary practice ot the, Jancet, the cupping-ulasa, and leechei, they entirely dispense with, and banish f oj ever the pernicious use of that baneful drug, calomel. If yon be sick, we advise you to resort at once to the R. R. ft." Remedies, as the most prompt in their action, the most safe and effectual of remedies. Instances of diseases prevented, of rapid cures, and al most miraculous recoveries, we can furnish yon the certifi cates' and credentials without number. Buf these maybe ohLuned without merit as well as with it, and, without knowing the circumstances, prove nothing tiyonr mind. The R. R. R. Remedies are for sale by druggists every where. Persons desirous ct learning more ot our Kerne dies, are referred to onr family Frieud, a monthly paper. A copy will be sent free of charge, to all who will send ia Ibeirnamcsand address. RAD WAY A CO., 162 Fulton st, N. X R. R, R.,forsaIe by iHKR . Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee. MANDF1ELDS A CO JUmpbis. HUDGLV, WELLSA-JOfMUN, a - sp22-4nj - ' ChiftSnooga, And Druggist and MerchanU everywhere. SUNDRIES;- WriE'P'P'! WA,TFt, COOLl?K!r-. 1" ".MMBO.so'.S-lUVEB: CHOLERA. REM ITH.th'S elegant article families of ordinary sizsj can vnv be supplied with wateras cool is ice itself bran I 1 .1 . . . ' outlay of Sets-per day for ic S ' ' - BdRNETS FILTER INff''APPARATUBSertBU)Tins impurities from wafer, rendering it perfectly clear and wholesome. ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND -TUBS, Wjahsfve a assortment which, we wlilsell.lovr,rca.,h :S ta punc- t T,,,l Mi k lM T.H. fl T rm- tnri titrvi si-1 V M PLUNGE. SPOXtlR XKV XKiWXVK T LUNGE. SPn.vriR AVn t;iiirvrr ni'ptist r.' naveait vanebes ot BathTubs, made of an-exiri heavy st n.rteJeixpresslrforthapurrx)SP- " ' rtnLf SETTrt FOR CRAJIBERS, oCthe best A ew xork patterns. - - VovFv NV,AKrWS baTe thw day recelVM from New ork and will sell nt .mill .jr..i i .1 . r . , . - - wij imj uijuin - it's sT" H"50" 'iiIoetpfltlilTTANIA '." "eiueserouerea IA tms city. at crices so ..... - ..Uv.u,c.c.u, in uie. mosi moderate circum-; stances to combine elegance with corefort1 Hritiania Cindlsticfc( Pitchers, Cups, Lamps '4C ia all at eqnallv low rates , ' '.' BLOCK. TIN COVERED DISHESf Or all sixes. . Coffee Urns, Soup Tureens. Biggins,' 4 tx, Ac 4c. tnayS'M SNOW,31ACKENZIB A CO. MAJISRALL'S UTERINE CATUOLICON. T. POMEROy, H. D-, Inventor and Proprietor. Kose Gamin vUhvuthit&i'jrMwre$itH-th4cittit-J Sig. Tialurtof tU-UmjferJmrg Company. IT.is well known that Dr. J'omcrny.'tbe discoverer of the justly celebrated Marshall's Uterino Catholicon, is one of the oldest and mast skillful physicians in this country. The medicine, as prepared bv him. has attained a remit. tion far beyond that ever awarded to anv other medical pre paration, and wnerever it bas been used, it has needed no recommandattoo, save its own beneficial .fTects.. 2 Hut one thing has retarded its nnivtrsal adoption and use in every case of uterine, disease, and that is lis nrice. which has been three dollars 'per battle. It is well known that five outof everrslx women in the country, over 18 yeirs of age, are afflicted with the com-' plaints incident to their formation and attendant upon the function of menstruation. We can.assureall sufferers that Marshall's Uterine Catholicon will cure" them if no vital partis injured or ruptured, and it has long' been our'eri dearor to sell the medicine at a price which' will enable all to purchase it- l'his has finally become" practicable; and. we now announce that the price ot this estimable medicine is reduced 10 o.vx doixauaad rtrrt: cityrs t,l,roi per bottle It is an invaluable remedrfur diseases of the Womb and its appendages. Urinary Organs, (n. tho Kidneys and Bladder,) and. diseases of 1Y gnancye-l'rolupsus Uteri, or Falling pf the Womb Leucorrhcoa, or White. Flour Albus all irregularities of the monthlv or periodical turns especially painlnl Menstruation, or suppression and uowuiir incontinence 01 urine, auti sraiuinir 01 ine water diseased action of the Kidneys, .a d Bunting or Dropsi cal Swellings. Also, Spinal Complaii.ts.so calledare gen erally the result oi this class of complaints and will disap pear where they exist, in the same ra io as the Uterine are removed Diseases of Pregnancy. Vuch a Acidity, Nausia, Vomiting, Indigestion and Fainting. ALSO The GrxITcubnrg Dysentery Syrup. An infallible remedy for alt bowel cnmpliints. In Asia tic Cholera, and Cholera-Morbus, ittkas.wouderful power Jt cures Dysentery, Diarrhcea, Bloody Fur, Griping, and straining, uramps, so , Ac. In bottles at 50 and 25 cents. The Children's Panacea Is known fo every mother who has used it, as a most invaluable medicine for the removal of wonts, and Inrall diseases that children sutler from 12 months old to 5-. years. Wherever tuts medicine .has, once teen used, 00 Mother will ever consent to ho without it, in her lamify. Forsale by all Druggists in town or country, from whom may be obtained pamphlets giving full accounts of the Gratfenburg Medicines. ap'Voi Ai.t..'iAt;b.i.lri YALIIABLE AGENCY. A few- good and re sponsible men are wanted to canvass the States of Tennes ee and Alabama, for the Manufacturing 'and Mer cantile UniouotN.Y. City. The greatest inducements are ouered 10 travelling Aeenta. such that thev can make from two to five hundn d dollars per month, according to their energy and effort tx- ened. The fabrics manufictnrpd and sold bv this Com Dan v are Porcelain tYare. of all varieties. Including TaUf tTarr and Ibwtt Jrintmmgt ot unrivalled elegance and durabil ity, and at prices unexceptionable. These wares were awarded the first premiums at the' urystai raisce, una p-isi season, wmcu indicates meir su periority over ill tortign tr ires. The subscriber has a.i olfice and sample room-at tbe XathzilU Inn, Nashville, where be respectfully solicits the attention of ladies aud gentlemen of the city, to the examt nation of one of ihe principal attractions of the Crystal Pal ace. J37 Exelnsive local Agents esfabhshed on tbe mcst'fa vorable terms. Y". D. NICHOIiS, Conunissioner of Agents far the Mianfrtcttirvut and. Mrrcantile Uaioa, SiO Broadway, N", Y. City. my5 tf. SOUTHBRS Commercial College, AND WRITIXG IXSTTTUTE. rpHE first term of this College will com- M ujeuce uu ji i.i a , reu. ao, iu luc Sr? 1 o .... ii -1 .1 cnneinn. indm lis Pdor. K1rwt- If's . II IVII I V I .. I 1 .1 !. . . -. 1 - - 1-. , r The course of instruction in this institution will embrace Book-Keepiug, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic and Penmanship. No pupil will receive a diploma until he is thoroughly qualified to discharge the duties of tbe accountant. Students will be instructed in all the modern improved forms adopted by the beat regulated houses in the country, among othei s one which dispenses with. tfcc. tue of the Jour nal, greatly lessening the amount if labor and liability to err, ahd USStncrTrimJi- -a-tar4.the rise of the Cash book and Journal superfluous, and enables Uie Ccoit-asipu u past hts personal accounts dailr, and his merchandiso and cash as often as may suit his convenience. This latter form is more particularly designed for the usa of letoil establishments. They will be taught a simple process by which the mer chant may at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or gain, together wilh tbe quantity of goods unhand, without resortiug to the tedious process ot taking an inventory. This institution will be permanent, and bas" been estab lished to meet the already important and growing com mercial interests ot the city ot -Nashville and Mate 01 len nessee, nnd it ia designed to place it upon a basis interior to none in this country. The importance, to every business man, of a knowledge of accounts, must be sufficiently obvious to all reflef tin minds. To the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to m&nsiifl his attairs scientiticali v. and without neeuniarv loss Land the Lawyer is often called upon, in the discharge ol ui.s proiessioaai muie?, ui unravel me miui lutncaie no counts, bnt to the young man who depends upon "his own resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives him a position which nothing eLse can. lie holds tbe post bt confidential clerk in bis employers, service. In connection with this establishment ts a department for the beuelit of those who wish to take lessons in writing on ly, where an elegant band writing will be imputed to all who place themselves under the care of the preceptor. 11 1 . - . u r . ; . . : t . . : .... l : t. i .j -n flipiis cnieriu uu lunuuiiuu mc uui iiiuiic-u m. aui number of lessons, but fur a specified price may coutinue any brooch they pursue nntil theriire perfected; retaining the privilege of reviewing their lessons at any subsequent period, tree 01 charge, febll ly SEASONABLE ARTICLES. TTTATER COOLERS, with or without btterers, of New Y V Yotk, Cincinnati and Nashville hiauufactitre, at very reduced prices. PRESERVING CANS, suitable for puUing np in their own juice the various fruits and vegetables of tins and the approaching sea ous. PRESERVING KETTLES, Brass, Copper and Iron, enameled wiih porcelain SAUCE PANS, Iron, Tin and Copper. WASH BASINS, Copper, Z.nc Iron tnd Tin, Japanned or plain It ATI I TUBS, of all kinds and sizes. THERMOMETERS, at all prices. FRENCH, ENGLISH aDd HOMEMADE Je'.ly.Jlilfc and Gravy Strainers. EGG CHURNS, WHIPS and BEATERS. PATE PANS, the greatest variety evernaered in this market. UT CRACKERS, Steel and Silver Plafed and Patents JULAP TUMBLERS, PORCELAIN MUDLERS, Ac. DOOR M ATS, Manilla, Calcutta Hemp, Jute Grass, Ac. Ouratockof DoorMats being greater than the wants of our House Keepers, we will furnish those persons who can appreciate the best article in this line, much cheaper than they have ever before been sold in Nashville. HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. We receive weekly from New York additions to our stock of House Keeping Goods, nnd propose to keep ou hand, at all times, a fullassoitment of all articles requisite fur Ihe wants of House Keepers. maySO'oi tfNOW. M ACKENZI B A- CO. rpRUNKS, NO. 1 SOLK Lli.vi .lr.lt.-ro.e X. Leather, Hogskin, and best Kip Leather Trunks,- large assorunenl, warranled best Philadelphia Manufac tuie, with and without enters. Valises, Buggy Trunks and Water-proof Traveling Bg Jast opened by RAM AGE A OH URCH, jnnel7 42 College street. LADIES' BONNE 1 BO.ES,-We Iwveirecejved another lot or Ladies' Traveling Bonnet Boxes, 1 hilar delpbia Jlanufacture, -""te caaRClu ..11 ii,l-i.- UlllKVlI. Uf i'OfUlA.VIt LIJCKA- TURE, Science, and Art.-Prt ir-fnrj'j,n,ejJ,yf!e- v . TClinT.I '1 III.1UBC1I ip hereuitisre ex- JJlaiing between DAVID Wl KAlOlll' and GEO HUE fuciber business Is dissolved bv mutual MinnenL The accounts of the-' late firm, will bet settled bv QeWe , L. Sloan. IAV1D W. KNIGHT, jSe 1, iaH fjelit-irndl GEO. L SLOAN. XJ deliver all kinds of Luinber at his Mill on Mirrow- b ne jeln lmd UhURHKtL. SLOAN COUNTRY ItKSlDEm CH i-'oic tAl.Ji. A NEAT Frame Usith-itionjs Utehen. servant XXrooms, Ac., and 7 W acres of land about milei troxr, the city, near the Nolensvule pike. Abarrain will be- -ALSO, for' sale, a FrameTiMse'wtth' 2 rcsSraij actjoiniag Brick House No. 42, near the corner of. Summer and Broad streets. Apply to J.L. & R. W.BROWN,. jelS, 2w. No. CSX, Cherry atreL s s-. JfEDIClNE, f , i ofme? CoiSSTf10' 111 prote3J iiaaiTatd wiiT I M 1,"i,reahi rooj.tS&s, ot vQica nrennuaiiTe-iT fr,,,, - ........ lientiTfhntr l)in -si yviiu- DIARRHCEA AKD FtfT. Cholera aDd.ChoIern Morbu, Cramps. Vuwltlnjr, and Grip. In;, without interfe'ri.ira!. tleiara- Uiui wdl the tslTcaJX aecret.nus.is an Object .tuth cway have studlsd to obtain, Tor, after admliii'slrrlng a medic he wh'J woald !ow and -rnx.Tcheck.tb9 profao dlscharsxs, li noalj be f mi id tfeal lh njturalsecrelioni of tuej Lie rbat 'en lnccst ub-l!ia 1 cMirrarubiUMMuwitai etcrttneut'.tlaa matter from tfr. bo Is a eatsn ciotk.J I currealtni and partially desuvyln tae faactiotal dnUas of r tneiuuer- caTS of the arou-icll. And' tn many lusiancni the enacts oC U10 tuedlrfat t.laj wotiannd more deleWnoas than Ib.disr-ss bfeK. Woat mother la It that hasci tolion i:ot!ct.d n e c.sj caior.d djs. ebarsea 4"hr eai dreu after l"e uso or aslri K tits? . v Oil. UeBO.dU'S KlVrlit CtlOuKltA KKME' V, Is rffared as a taeliclnat cambinatioa. abost whiih 01 rjdt obissctlonar.nbMrMUi.il- It. nniuin t. nMrczaililut and dl 1 I dd,teaTlnjc no afier effects upon t'n svstesa tn lb" Ir-t pr P i j ni'"a lbeiiotn.y,ltittn.Ut ai.d sirjnjti.ol --uEiu acuna. ittucieil.. lueseiHts Ki.otiu and Vitality loursins; lhraBsh is, debilitated --iu" relnTflt-ratrt ani sirn:ttte3 Uu, .Uuieot.rj cana: afoase th. Uver antf Momach t6 aMlvrty ..ns. or their respective datie brlnr logaboui a eo.ibued healthy acliou rii.- .r srtU vow. ers-catls rorththa recoperiiiv.rafljiruc cf nature X.-ilM the Ltvertoa healthy asctrtiun it wu cocci, the sscatec lug watery dUchar.s of in. buwelv-rrvtrtSe. and brama ' op the' iimeebled cmeiltinn of the uarrons sj;Wra lincicsll- ately revives act! sttrajthtn. ttrn lo .ptnuti and ujpo chondrlae, whulma;laesihe -LAST JJiSGKRLN'O RAV (r ROPt To have Ced stlmulaiea taetho!CHtachlBof man throcst ent the moment ft i taken albiy. aJtMuiM-a tu.-jtisgaiyour ttotiEteh relaxesand iinsnIiaivty over at sseveroCiSOy and paiiuo aruitaillatcs .very res ige. uf j-am la Uta basr.U drfftj'away tfie' niRK cr.orns OF DESPAIR "Which hive clnitond round about. tiiOsst y trej aSeetti uiih.Summ.r CuutrjUint eaevSs Ui" urufais dlscuarna and prevents thu wlM and terrific C:'mof A 1 3ui nuKar 1 ruiiir.-v ti.noiii.u, Acts likoa charm on ttte curly, rosy ttaaut jiti baojaney, life aud vlvacty to the uxd parent and straws hulln, happiness, aod lnos; life all lontBdfSwtai Valley of nunj luer Complalms. Wenavesaid this much in or of utir family are alfected with any dis-as. for which Ills rrcoaimor- drd, buy mis bottlaand Uje it, ana tl It owe. 1.01 give JO a coiupleto s.tlsfariIon,ra 1 on aaragsint sn-t ui JtUiNRY WILL Uc. KKtCMlBII After you have nsed the whola totti oi-tledictne. ir ttiis ts not fair and honestslesiinc.w. 1 o uokKaov whs I is. Compostdisholly uf legnaMenuiUtr, parti) of thu uorl approved nOTANIC MEDICLN', Selected. nun great care. as to taei puntj. and piencredae cnrdlts; to the r.i -t soprv.d plan. 1.cid toil 14 oehtcva the object iuvlw, vix : That or heUje ttw mest ieedy ai tifectaal remedy fotallturmsof BOIVKL CUMPLAIVn Now before the pabllc. Two doses will cure any nnllaary Diarrhcea, aad.1 drops will chect Ihe 115 tt Uoiunlatntt'fciiUdre.i. 1 bo price of the Mrsliciue Is solosr Inat It Is wlihtntii reach of all. OnerKittt. warriated tos'lvif s.t'saedou. Orders from tbr country, d tros,s.i tuanyo. iu DmgtiU In A'asiville, will receive iriutt atTeim .1 . .n! ts sIm tbr sale al Hi -faintly .Medicine siiorx, V 4 Pubic qaare.by uiye-ir . t. uHiifu 'i. 11 i .1. TO THi MEJiSAL PhO.-SSWH. SEYMOUR'S OAL.v.N10 ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. A new r.-:i..Ual Agent, or 1. a newnutondofappljinRanoIrt an nrosi pirniarone.t now- presented to the Proiessloo. aad tnroifa it Ui vll wh' areattlieied, wilh diseases reqalrinr ihs. a, email nil GAL VAN1SJ1, such as Aiuenorhea; Ltlor , i'j.menorL. Prolapsus Pterl; Lenchornea; li.tr..i; t mit. 1 orpstii tn the back, lljrs:pla. (dependant on lou J ..1 ilia jtota.ch, weakness front any cause of thj cen-xi or inLscnl-rs).-tern, and all kindred aCcctio . 'Io- tho l'b. ilclans it It enough to ray, thi. Instrument Issor on.lrucleJ, that a (to tie Galranioenrrenlistuaiie to pss.s inro'is;h au orgao. a rontta;and tt'ttuUiliu; ttto B.af.ni-. nl. m, thes anlitlns: andoft nsunereedins; other remedle. Ss otl&toiuiof ihn best author of the day. AleslU-ml Jou reals, suit l. c .Nashville and other cities uslni; the tustrueiert) Ills lb mosiscteuuurauy cousirucieii .suuuuniuu ruri.orirv J9t invented, which will b apparent W any scltnitidc tuannc tnspectioa it is so constructed that el Uer its galvabUor mrchaalcal support may brdtsps:nselwnn, umj b.lndt eatedby each ease. Physicians hail it as a potent aliytnom batllns; isme of the ran.tltouHewas cf utseasea, which of ten tax their patience and .Kill. Seymour's obstetrical Supporter. This Is used t brace and atitlaln Ladtcs' ui that raost try og hoar of ilf Labor." A'u Lad) auticiatiui:th 1 urdeat. would thine of dlspeuslng with it. ue, if they tu.-w onabxi.'' Itsadvanta.es. It place, under t& cuntroti.iiux pstt.utalu the aid she reqaire. No aeeoudivr can u.iuta!u 11.1 obste trkal practice, ho dost. not use it, whrmUeClcac hsabe.c. male known to th. pabllc SftYMOtlK'si PLaUKATA FOafKP9. This lastxnioerit has ant to be seen, 10 be approved and appreciated, (sea M. D's in Nashville and other ptncs uslns; them ) AU or ders addressed to t V. r.iY3B, care of Berry A: Dmovlll-, Aiguille, I na., from the Slate, of Missouri, Krulucsj, 1tnnu, Ala bams, Georsis, Florida, .Mississippi, tnulsUaa. lexat, cr Arkansas, tor ettheroriiie above liistruiuibts,wiit oiwi wila promptattentlon. They can also be had at the following houses -J. 0 BROWN'S, H. G. SCO YE. W. f. URAT3, J M.ZliUlERMAN'S.O. W. HLNDKltSUOrS.Mrs. ILA CO. ES', No.BS North Market St., and C. A. 1U) li LNSuN A Co., Shelbyville. marc) '54 6m JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER, THE great Remedy tor Hlieuuiitsuj,Oi.i, in the Sid s Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil White Swellings; Hard Tumors, SUIT Joints, and all fixed oains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cin&ei xhrL A gentleman in the South of Europe and Palostice, ia IS30, beard so mdeh said in tha latter p ace in favor i f JEW OAVID'S PLAsTER, and of the as be considered miraculous cures it had performed, that be was induced to try it on his own person, for a Lung and Liver Affection, the removal of which, had been tho ch.ef object of his jour- oey, out wmcn nou resisted tne genial ana h-j idous clone aac Mjoj-iiinoriv ai lied a plasierca tlier gut side of bis I 1 1 nit annt1ir 1..1 n 1 1. a shoulders, and one over the region of tae nv-.. t. ijL mean time he drauk freely of an herb tea of laxativo quel ities. He soon found his health iuiproviDt, tnd in a t weeks his cough left him; thsiwiloue -t tusskiadiaap pcared, his pain was removed, and his colth bocoma per uianently reinstated. The following is from Mr. Wcrstell, editor cf tha oLvt sillion Gazette r "Uextlxkc. During last meter aid spring, I w so troubled witn a pain in my breast as to reader m anil for tbe duties of my ollice ; and heitnag ywir JE? DA VID'S or UEBREV PLASTER hig' iy recoamieuded far similar "cases, 1 wasi induced to give i a trtaL I bod wore a plaster upon my breast but a shjrt Ln.e , when all pain left me, ana I was enabled again to engage m toe loburs of the office- I would alsostaie, that ro;' enter, residing in Steuben villa in this State, has received much benedt trout itsnse. Yours, truly, JOHN P tt'OlidrELL." Massillon, November 12; W. It has been very benehcial ia casea rf Weakness, such as Pain aud Weaktess in the stomach, Weak Uuibs,Lame oess. Affection of the Spine, Femoie eokneis, d;e Na female, subject to pain or weakness ia the Doc S or aides, should be without it. Married ladies 10 d-licate a.tasuocs find great reLef from cmatautly T-arig 'm-sjiLister. The applic-ation of the lfaster beiwec: ;hesuou!dars fata oeen funnif a certain remesly for Colils, Loairt, Phihtaic and Lung Atfectiuus, in their primary SiagM. it iluiroyd inflammation by petspirattoa. Beware of counterfeits and base imitatioonl CAUTION. Tlie subscribers are the o ily Ueueral A jentJ m tbe southern States for the sain of th.t truly tafuobld Plaster; and In order to prevent pnrchosers lieiag mpoavd upon, by a couuterfeit article, soid m tins citv and bj wbere, tor the genuine, they invite pt jticular attcasa tu the following M.BK ox nii(.icsn.sri 1st Tut ytnulnt 11 put up tn tiH-th, 1 uiim iurntt ict-o.-nJtnu; Ttfit tnlUrfl in. 2J 7Z ffeauin hat the enpnjtit isv-s" of J".c David or. lAtdwcUvHti around fV box, ir.t i itccmrvayiy rtovrd of Court to K Tiiylvr, IMmttr. SCO 1L & MEAD, 111 Cbartres. street, New Orieanc Jenefal Wholesale Apents fo the SoHthern State, to whoa all orders must be addressed. , Sold also, Wholesale sua tteiail by J5t.iRY A DKKOVAL, : 1- . ' EWIN BKOT1LSK3, W. . OKAY, J. il. ZijUlfcRitAN.. janl2. dtwtw AgentJ. PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FKIEIfD. For the cure ot Painful and Disordered ileus truatioa, iltscarruigstorAbortion.and tbe relief of afl thoae Sympathetic Nervo--s Atr-tioas atteudanton Pregnancy. Much of'the snr Ing attendant upin tbe live of females at the presenrdayroay be traced to some slight irnprudancw orneglect during some cj itical peral ft their pacul:arse. sons, causiug obstructions inrguiai ty, Ao wliich, if net rclie-ed, -raJiully weaken and de-an the systm, and by sympathy induces those chrome f rn. ot disease Con wmption. Dropsy, Oyspepsia, Ac -which either Lurry them to an early grave ocreiidrrtheintr vi. 'jf ft"-life. Many of ibe fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age whan the bud was just Lursfing'into Moori, have milieres! cad died frod th effects of obstruction, and tbe wait cf a remad v to saairt anesi wnere me nature at that eventful period. TRY THE PHILOTOKEN. Hisnotof Iaa a cure U all til UuU flesh 11 tetr tc, out asa remeuyand preventive for a certain class of com plaints, in which it is warranted tr do all lhat hart set forth, or t ba medicine direcUd with expeKeuea and sJtill eaa perform. .Sold by SCoVIL A MEAD. Ill ChartresMreet, NewOrbas. General Wholesale Aeenta 'or tue Southern States to wooer til orders must be addressed. jacl--ly dtwAw. is a 1S.A-. HAVING Fold the groiinJ i-n whith tny Iron Fo tod J is situ tied. College street, Sairilt, I Bjw oiler Cr sale the Building,, it beioga frame ot 'he nJlooficj; dime sions: 4a fosjt front, running bock 57 feet, L StJfeet byi) feet all two stories lugh A good ia3ttioc of the fwftaioc is new. tlie-timberSare allfrood.a'.J enn evutr nrorri. Also'nryentire'stockcf patcrtis, h.ch -.-e very oiraioroos, consisltiig'df Engines, Jlril (.airing of almoet ev-ry d op tion and latest .tries, ,N i nS V, , . ef,Z.Z I, iOTi. firrata&giD9Mdlis.iIer,andJltl.v fix-nrts Ut ' t' .-...n. .Tletei a Blast Fa of the most zaMt plan, a Mill rorgrinding Blacking two rujIou gcssl or- tsp; tlast, suitable fUr mouia&g: aW anr descnptioa of easrfng; all me on bond fionhaJ aod unllaished I wi" :ery""S L" per'df: o Fwiadrr. Tne above can be got on very liberal terms, if denrad. OT a credit of from one to to years. Posstuion da bsj ffirea in September, 1914. Pwr7-3Swito' SAMUEL P. A.V.SNT.