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ftTVT "Kir r v mi J? t- V v i3kM ii BBI n ail r -'A J i mmn "rsvir-. i& imwis i: wmm lo r'nbscriberaat the following, ratesi Single eepiia1'on&? rear In advance. 52 50; mtliia the yeir oO: it ibteni uS'Pni; A"Y10 Ft tnnrra tr; tinwMff 00 jjerrJVfof. one year. Clebs of. efeeribr iWiiI.be re- he TRI-WEEKLY is published every Twrsdaj; Thudy ?d7W:c6. -' " e - -d)AIT5Yd published it ISght Dolkas.' ; . . i tSTTiritONET I" AIlL, CASES TO ACC0iffAi srasciupTion s ' RiUMceso?ntcripfion ra be i5 bf 3iftU.it our list. I epewUl bo sen tout rf the StaU uriewJhf.orderU ac companied Trith tbci caab 1 rpHlJiindersrgnedba'Tlcp Secured therihfto'thi3Stte.of I frrsforsaledlanev'sl'steat' Reader aRd'Mewer' awarded tlii'Drst premium for blowing and the second lor Iteeplftfs'ct the New Tor's State Fair, in theri&Itn Gene ra and New York in Ju1t3S52; in competition "with eleven olhtr Machines; awarded a Silver Medal at the Ohio State iair for the best Heapcrand Mower; ana receinntne ni(tn-eftan-ard altha Vertnnnt and Michigan State Fairs for the foeu neaping una Mowing siacnme: - -WThe trus mit "of this ilachiae hss civea it'a triaraph over all others, and betas a perfect combination of a Reap- -"The'pKccof tlie Machine delivered'at NaAville Is J175. VoMlie sucecrul performance of ihii Haehiae 1 jefer to the-certificates belowof DocuJoha Shflbf, and L. EJJmd. 1t: martini - h. P. CHEATHAM. KubTille, Tennauee. f ; 4 ; . " " Ki&A.THA,June,28,1858: CoL U P. Cntkuux Dear Sir I baTet,bean.BMBg- tho neapm?audilowio ilaehinepateneifbjilaneTOf Illi nois, wbich0ilare offering to 'the citizens of Tennessee. It is a first rat e labor taring Machine. - It- rorks neatlr- an d i BplSly. "The amor.nt cut per .day'iwiU depend principally upon the speed of the team.1 ' If tne team can travel fonr miles.per houivit will nsap orinowJ5 Acre in" JO hours. It is entitled to the confidence Of the public. Bespectfall7, .J,-Ii-F, Bradleynowmanaglnsf the lam of Dr. Sbelby, make thefoHowingStatemenk T e have halfor more than one iveck ono of Col Cheitham's Mowing and Reaping ilachiues we have tried itin Clover andrain blown down and tangled, aad I state thai it-mows and -cuts cleaner than ihe scythsbladc; and will mow per day as much as 14 bauds and it, can at least 24 acres per day. June 29 -'53. L F, BRADLETT FOX & rOLIIEMUS, D ,Broad Street, Corner Beaver, Sew-Tork, Offer for S?c the following Jfeavy Cotton JFalnai "VTE W-ES GLAKD COTTON SAIL DTJCK 2 inch, all JS numbers, hard and sofi; also all the various widths of Can vavi manufactured at thin establishment comprising ev ery variety tnon to the trade, and offered ut the lowest UNITED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and Alount Vernon Extra. A lull "assortment of this superior fabric VILLIMAOTIC COTTON DUCK-16, 18, 20 and 22 inch, all numbers, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded, the highest Premium at the. London World's.Fair, also at our own State Fain ' ' SHIP AND BEAK XAUK DUOK Plain and twilled, manufactured by the Greeo wood's Company, a superior ar ticle f.irlight Rills, tents, awnings, ic.: also. Mount Ter-. uon Twilled Ravens, Howard Ravens, Pioneei'and Phcsnix UillV Light Cotton Ravens, plain 22to 27 inch Heavy, do,, do. . . COTTON SAIL TWINE A full assortment. TARPAULINS, OIAMMOCESy STUFFS, &e. PAPER FLTIN(3 SO "to 72 inch, made very .heavy, expressly for driir felts. CAH COVERING Cotton Canvass, all widths, from SO to 130 inches, and all numbers, made expressly for cover ing and roofing railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently water-proof, and more enduring than the car itself. ENAMELLING CANVASS 50, 88, 40, 45 and 50 inch plain and twided. in every variety. BAGS AND BAGGING Ol every description. Seam less Rags, woven whole, all size, in bales of 100, S00 and COO; combining strength, utility and cheapness, for grain Rndcioal, are unsurpassed. ' Also, heavv Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Canvass, 8 thread Warp and Flllingj-'heavy twilled, do. da, 20, 22, 40, and 44 inch. WOOL SACKS Woven whole all sizes, a new and desira ble article. feb25'54 lyd: fTlli2 J1ED1CAL. MAUNJJT, OK, EVEUY i. OXE 1IUS OWN PUVSICIAN. This is the only Work treating on PRIVATE DISEASES, common to MALE and FK.UALE, and that contains RECIPES for the curs of the same. It gives the symptoms of the different diseases, follows them up in their different stages with re cipes, written in plain English, for their cure. From this vrk ilw unfortunate can learn their precise situation, take their pencil and make out a prescription, (which can be procured at any Drug Store) and by following implicitly the Instructions, be cured and Tave exposure. Ths author of this work, aiate Professor in one of the leading .Medical Colleges of Philadelphia, hasppefhapvhad more practice in thecure of Private Diseases, in different stares of Socie ty, than any other Physician in the country. It contains a beautiful Lithographic Figure of a Femalt, showing the l:rmat:on ot the Generative Organs, with proper explana tions. Ac. Address IH'OIIES & CO., Publishers, Post paid.Phila delptua, Pa. Prce$l per Copy Free of Postage. marSO '54 di wSm TKimi isTiitaiTVAKo vriu prevail. KUTCHISONS CELEBRATED OINTMENT, TS th wost euectual remedy for Piles, Sore or Caked X Breast, Cuts, Bruises, &c, now extant. This medi unc is prepared with gretcire, and never fails to give re lief when properly administered. Remember It Cares Piles-speedily. It Cures Sores or Caked Breast immediately. It Cures Cats, Bruises or Sores on man or horse. The afflicted are invited to give it a trial. DT it decs not accomplish what we claim for it, then pronounce it a hum bug and demand your money. The proprietor has in bis possession any number of cer tificates from the first citizens of Virginia and other States; neverai of which accompany each box. We give the fol lowing from the sheriff of Bottetourt county, Virginia Mr. Pitwr: Finxastlv, Dec 21, 1858. Me. nuTcnisos Dear Sir Ihadboen an almost con ftantuuerertrom Piles for ten or twelve years previous to the time 1 heard of your Ointment, 1 have given it nfair trial, and fr the last two years have had no sv mptoms of the disease, and consider myself entirely cured. 1 think it due to you to make this statement, and to the public at large, that your invaluable ointment should be more gen orally known. Yours respectfully, R. P1TZEK. Sold wholesaleand retail, by JO. G. BROWN, febll Vii Gmditriw Agent, College street. Prepared bv W. Hutchison, A Co., Amsterdam, Va. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE LAND. OS SATURDAY, the 15th day of July next, I will sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Murfreosboro', on a credit of 1 and 2 years (except $150 csh.) 217 acres of VALUABLE LAND on Stone's River at the mouth of Stewart's Creek. About one half of the land is cleared and under fence, but finely timbered. KaidLand is located in j very fertile port ion of the county, and iu an excellent neighborhood. lVrou3., wishing to examine will apply to Robert L. Weakly on the premises," 8 miles north-east of Smyrna Depot.' Bond and approved security will be required. J. F. FLETCUCK, je23 dtrwAwtd.-printers fee $5 Clerk and Com'r. SALE OF A VALUABLE FAIOI AND 21 LIKELY NEUKOES. k.. -lV TIIiTR of ft dRrm nf IIia. nhanrarr r.nn.i . I J Naslmlle, at the May term, 1S54, in the case of John Y. Pennington and others rt. Margaret Pennington and others, 1 alull, on the 7th of July next, proceed to sell on the presumes, at the law .residence of Graves Pennington, de?ea9d, the plantation on -which he resided many years previous to h"n death. Said plantation contains between hve hundred and cixty and six hundred acres of land, and Iviojj in MoSpadden ltertd, on the outh side of Cumber laud i irer, aboat dory miles above Nashville.- There are n sanl !arm a goodind substantial building, a good cotton t'i -, in I i: , he,:frej to be one of the best cotton farms in tli? ivin'rr. Per..is w .slung to examine said farm, will Call on John "W. lVonmjr m, who lives adjoining'. said farm, and who will show premises to any one wishing to examine ths mine Ti.eifi .n. ,,i sale will be on a credit of one and two jears, tlic puicluser giving notca with good Becurity, and a Ilea will 1 retjinel till the purchastf money be lully paid. Alw. at the siie time aad place, will be sold for cash in hand, 1 lik-tly nejrroe!., consisting of men, bovs, girls, and worn and cialdren , and about the same time and place, I will sell live shares or stock in the Nashville and Leban on Turnpike, for cash. c. D. BUIEN. C. and M. j el 3 td LANDIIETU'S GAItlK- s n'CN THOUSAND Papers new Crop UaFden Seed luM'recciveU and warranted frealL V the varieties brought Jo this market Exua Earlr lw ?Vr Ir.May PoasSix week beans. Clove Onions Vc bv th Gallon. Also, Cabbage, Buttou Onions, Ac, Ac by th pound. " J. G. BROWS. " feb!2 . - - No. 42, College Street. a It EAT HAKOAIX IS A FAItM.-ONF UCNURKl) ACRES oT land linely locattd on the Na,iiville and Cbattenooga Railruad, 12or lx miles from Naihrille, a comfortable dwelling with 4 or 5 rooms, a good or.-hai .l and an cscellent spnug, nearly one half of the land isnnplv timbered. A bargaih ran be had by makinir uu- i t: V fiat TV , . . mcuiaie ajTpucauuu .iu.osh , waieiry ireei, 10 , JU11. u, J: k. W BROWX. mavat. Real Ktte Aeent. BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXF210XT, XKAH JJJIO.W Sl'JtSET. 'WIB Subscriber resnecllfullT returns his t? thanks to the public for past favors, and so- irk jf licits a continuance orpatronage in the above " I Unc,also 4B COPPBIt AND SnEKT IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description ol Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Tumps of eve, ry description manufactured to order, or repaired. ai short notice- - 7'iS Cash will be paid at all times for'old copper and brats. june22 ly - ' ,B. COLE. "AFFUCIED iBEADI T HILADELPHIA MEDICfAX HOUSE. Established is -IT afeyiR.'IN:KKL1!f-' Tlie oldest surest and fed tocare all forms of secret diseases of the skin and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN, N.i W.corner of Third and Union streets, bet vfeeu Spruce and" Pine" one and s half squares from theicbance; Philadelphia.- , -t Take ParticHter Jfotice. There is a. habit, which boys teach each other at the academy or collegers; habit in doged in ffhen- by, themselves iasoiitudc, growing np with the boy to manhood, and jvhich, if.not abandoned in dce time, cot only begets serious obstacles lo. matrimonial hap piness, but pives nse to a series of-protracfed. insidious and deTastaUng affections.- Few of those who indulge' in this yginigiuua iiiiix arc awarvui mu counequences, uuui tuey nnd the nervous system ia shattered, feel strange and unac cooBtabh feelings, yague fears in the mind. The Individual becomes feeble, ha is unable to labor with accustomed rig .or, or.to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, be is dull and irresolute, the countenance !3 downcast, the eyes without natural lustre, ahamefacedneas is apparent Shot art lympUma Mhick should- aieaLen tta:atteatitm of Vwaijimilarhj afflicted. r Ifthe victim be conscTous of the cause of his decay, and '.having relinquished the odious practice, be suffers under those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame him, prodncing mental and physical pros.tration. If lie 'emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, nd enter rcatrimony, bis "jnamage" is unfruitful, and his tenses teUbim that this is caused by bis early follies. Too many think ther "will bug ,the secret to' their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alls how oflch is this a fatal delusion, and bow many a promising youlh, who might have "boenan ornament to society, has faded from the earth! 3T iaBBg JSTen 1 Let no false modesty deter you from miking your case known to one who, from education and re spectabuity, can alone befriend yod. He who'pjaces himself under DR. KINKELlN'S treatment, may religiously confide his honor a a gentleman-, and in whose bosom will be for ever, locked the secretof the patient. '" i'CaiHilrf iBralids. rFistdmcr it SncanTenieut fo make .getber wifca aJl'theif symptoms, (perJetterpostaid,T have appropriated accordingly, and becured at home. Strictures of theurctha, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly .cured, and full vigor restored. All letters postpaid. v , ATemitlanccof 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure bis book on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. sept4 wly Dn. J0UX ULI SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. Taa moit powerful Kinj on the tiee of the globe now relna eupreme tn the American Republic The power of the crowned he&ds of Knrope sink into lnslxuacance when eompirvd to that of oar .American Kin;. .European Kings employ the power veiled ia them to Increase the richei of th rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater silvery and degradation the poor and depen dent. Our AmericarLiUns goes forth with equal willing B8M to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready alike to admlnliter relief and to offer health and happpineu U tae lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. f DR. JOHN BULiL'S GREAT .AMERICAN KING aTj the Txhth Wbxpca or tnx Woau, and thegreatett bleuin; ever offered to afflicted humanity; to the sallering Billions, the Doctor can fay, relief in at jour command. You hare only to uce this magical remedy. AU thomi who'iUll nilir, and will not accept the proffered balm, dearrve not the pity of their famliiea. This wonderful medicine, during the brief period sine SU Introduction, has carried happiness to the hearts of thousands, and made life a charm to many who heretofore regarded it only as a painful and miserable existence. To the' winds with all liniments, Embrocations, Pain Cillers, and Fain Extractors, and let millions of gi4 tongues proclaim the merits of the great "American King ef Pain," a preparation composed solely of Tegeta bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and boanteous soil. We would ajfc the LlDlu, who are always competent Judges of what Is and what u not aTaluable family medi cine, to do us a special faror by giving the King of Pain a single trial, and if satisfactory, exert their influence la Its behalf, recommend it, speak well and often of it, and see that it is used by their afflleted neighbors. The leulies are always charitable, and when they Induce their (offering friends to use this really valuable medicine, they will be doing an act of benevolence that they can well be proud ot This is a powerfal and truly magical remedy fur all external diseases, sores, swellings, burns, &c, and for many internal aOictions, It i a certain cure, yet it is perfectly harmless, 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 eates of wonders performed by this medicine. It costs but twenty-five cents to try it ; and Dr. Bull stakes his welt-earned reputation on the King of Fain doing all and more than he claims for it. We would ask,- bare you the Rheumatism or Osnt: tbiee are not pleasant companions, and we know that you would like to drive them away as soon as possible then use " BOXIa KIK1 OF PAIN." Would you be cured almost Immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Dysentery, Bummer Complaint, Cholera ilor bits, Cramp Colic, Read Ache, Tooth, or any other ache or pain, the remedy is simple and the cure certain. USE THE GEEAT KKQ OF PAIN, tfonll you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Bams, Saalds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat It, as the UAQICAL KINO OF PAIN. Would you be cured of Scald ileal, Stiff Joints, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or Ring Worm, Salt Rhenm, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, wa ay again and again, loca axHSBr is Dr. Jehu Bull's " KINO OF PAIN." Would yon be cured ef King's till, Cancer, Tumors, Xraptlsas, or any disease of the Skin caased by impure blood, then use Dr. John Ball's SanaparuU Internally, sstl the King of Pain externally, nothing can be SUM twrtaia than a speedy ana effectual cure. DB. JOHN BULL'S PRINCIPAL OIFICK, Tan Cam Sram, O.ti Dooi ixmw Man, EW1NG BRO'S,Agjnt. W. F. GRAY, Agent. STRONG HOPE FOR ALL RHEUMATIC PATIENTS. WITHOUT the least shadow of doubt, the Chinese Rheumatic Antidote, is the only reliable reme dybefore the pnblle, for the immediate and permanent re. liel of long standing cases of Chronic HIieiimntim, severe sudoxcruciatlDg Neuralgia Pains, Hip disease, Gout, allcontractod and distorted Limbs, Paralysis, wasting and decay of the muscles, swelled and enlarged Joints, painful swellings, acute Rheumatism, lie Dolorenx, Cramps and Spasme, &c.,Ac. This tnedicino ib truly the King of llbeuniittiMii, and from the rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction which isdully given bylt,its astonishing effects cannot be doubted. Severe Neuralgic Tains are speedily removed by a tew applications of this won derful combination. The oldandjoung need have no fear ef perfect restoration. Dead Palsy Is completely cured In an Incredible short tlmo, by the use of this external application. No one need doubt It, for one single Bottle will never fall to give complete and unbound ed satisfaction. Contracted and Still" Joints are perfectly relaxed and restored to 'their natural life and actltlty, by its use. Persons iu High Life who, from prejudice, or other causes, are unwilling to re sort to a medicine which Is brought to notice by beius; ad vertised, permitting themselves to suffer and writhe under agonising and excruciating Pains of Khenmallsm andNeu ralgla, would feel J ustly proud; after rubbing their limbs and Joint with one bottle of this External Remedy. Loss of "Muscular Power, wasting and decay of the muscles, numbnets, weak back, palninljqlnts, areallspoedily cared by the use of this medi cine. We respectfully invito Ihe citizens ofNashvllle and vicin ity, who are affected with any form of Rheumatism, or other diseases above enumerated, to call on our aent and procure a pa-nphlet and a bottle of our medicine, and wo confidently promise tou satisfaction. A. S. YOUATT iV CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lane, X. V., to whom all orders should be addressed. Forsaloln N'asbvilloby J. P. DKOMGOOLE & 00. Solo Wholesaleand Ketall Agent. For sale In Franklin, by F. S. WOLDKIDGE, .vnrireesooro' ny j. y. .r.i.Bi, it i FareUevlUe. McKLROV & McKlNNEY, FINGLKTON &SON, J. 11. STONE. ,t u tt Paducab-,'Ky., by t it tt jUcMlnnvlllo, by marl 54 d&trw NOTICE. B virtue of an execution directed tn.rpe Jrorr, Jhe Su preme Court nf Errors and Appeal, at Nashville; I "will offer for sale fir caU at the Conr llonse in Nashville, on the 1st Saturdrr in August next, all the.right and interest that w. D. D0RRIS. has in and to a certain lot or 'parcel of ground situated in South Nashville, bounded as followK Ueginning at Mallouj's Corner and runningSouthwardly with College street, k2 feet to the line of the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, then Eastwards wiUi the said Railroad, 1S1 feet to an Alley, lhence Jritfi the line or said fti . J 1,ae lfla ,ect thn at right angles with said Mallony s line. 131 ft to the beginlngpoint; levied on HrnhPT!,CTfr;.,) "i"' an5l'n favor-of WesJev Greenbeld. Sale within lawful hours. E. B BIGLKV, " -J,??yj; SheriffofDavidsOn! T AND AVAIlIiAvrs. We are burin ""and nArint AJ tie very burliest VNi warrants; Ve? !iitd1ifU0S-WKSWJarraalstoBeU by ending to us ''iJT36 maTW on getu-ng the ligbest pnoesat which they are sellingat the timein Sashyflie and I01?81 ' , - DYER PEARL & CO. MEDICINES, THAT "U AYE ?BEEN FUC"LY . tes.ted,'during the prat.year,-by.-Biauy of.lliemost re-1 specxauie ciuzena m .issuriue' iinauieruser ia permiiieu to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkias, o-hosiLseifant' ias cured of a most inveterate BcroMa.--l68,.1tiei servant .of Jlr. J. ColIinS of the same disease. Fire casesr-of Cancer-Vhare Jbeen cured;, twenty cases of .Bone FeloMrLjlvH.jrones'fl Won was cured of' Sore 'Ereaafte- Bavine Been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished PhysiciaBs'for - i . . i " - . T--i j . i .ri l uir-J " eigui mouuiB, auuiuab uiuuiy uiiuu. - At least' one hundred respectable persons in Naabnlle. and its Ticinity, can be "seen who will vouch for' the treat benefits Of bis "course of treatment, without the use of tbe knife or mercury. -Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial .Dis eases, Ulcers, old unronic diseases, acre ..yes(-ana uu im purities of the blood, , Twenty years sf constant Practice, fifteen in Ne w.Orieans, prior to coming to-Nashville. Those- interested, are res pectfully invited to call, examine, and consult, free of any charge. - ' OtEceio 47 Union St., near Cherry. f - j novl(b-ly.. b 1 . iEDWARD THOMAS. FBItOAVN'S ESSENCE. OF .JAMAICA . GINGER. This ESSENCE is a preparation of unu Eual excellence. In ordinary diarrhcea, incipient, cholera. In short, aU'cases of prostration of the digestive function', to "common, it is ot inestiniablo value. Darin? the tire- valence of epidemic cholera and. ummet,cimplaiats"cf children, it is peculiarly efficacious' no family' 'individual yr UKTeicr diiuuiu uu n iiuuut ti, -- i cuauiu .110 niciu iu resist the influence of incipient disease, which lurks in a changing climate. Catmos.1 Be sure'fbgot lbe genuine Essence, whitb is prepared only" 6y F. BrOwrr, at his Drug and. Chemical Store, N. E. Corner of Fifth and Chestnut streets', Philadel phia, and lor sale byall the respectable Apothecaries in the Untied States', and in Nashville by "W. W. Berry & J)e moville, Ewin Bros Thos. Wejls, H. G. Scovell. "" junelS SmdtriwAw. t "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invaluable Booh for25 eentst "Every Family should have a .Copy." rrWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less mm JL than 5 months; A new edition, revisedV and improved, just issued. UT. ilUAXbllS JUiUlUAli alA.MJALi' AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an outline of the .origin,, progress, treatment and cure or every fbrm-of disease, .contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexuulexcess, with advice for their prevention, written in a familiar style,, avoiding SU medical technicalities, and everything that woidd offend the ear of decency, from the resultof some twenty yearssuccess ful practice, exclusively devoted to the 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 care of the. Fever and Ague. TcTIMOXT OF TUB PltOr. OP OBSTETRICS IN PeXX. COL LEGE, Philadelphia. DR. HUNTER'S "MEDICAL MAN. UAL. The author of this work unlike the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, U a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States. It affords me pleasure to. recommend bim to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in Whose honor and integrity' they may place the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE. JL D. Fbou A. Woodward, JL D or Pesk. UxivunsiTr, PraL aDELraia. It gives uie pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of tbe Author of the ".Medical. Man ual. ' Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, some of tlicin of long standing, have come.uuder my no-, tire, in which bis skill has been manifest in restoring to per fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. 'In the treatment of Semi, nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions.produced by (self abuse or excess of venery, I do not know bis supe r.or in the profession. I have'beeu 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 early indiscretion, to recommend him as ohe, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them, islves. - ALP. WOODWARD, M. D- Tbis is, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published on the class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical term, it addresses itself t the reason of its readers. It is free from all. objection! ble matter, and no parent, however fastidious", e tj placing it in the hands of bis sons. The author has de roted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated ,'of, and "with too little breath to pufT and 'too lit tle presumption to Impose,' be has offered to the world at tae merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some twenty years most successful practice " Herald. "No teacberor 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." feopU't Advocate. ' A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Uun er's Medical Manual, says "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence of the passions, have been led intolho habit of self-pollution witheut realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posteritv. The constitutions of thousands who are raising families hare been enfeebled, if not broken-down, and. they do not know the csuse or the cure. Anything that can lie done so to enlighten and influence the public mind -as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source of human wretchedness, would confer the greatest blcsing next to the religion of 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 net a greater scourge to tbe human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free of postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 espies for I. Address (postpaid,) COSDEN&CO., ' Publishers', Box 196, Philada. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. sepfJf 1 y LET EVERY 3IOTHER USE THE tJRAEF- ENHERG CHILDREN'S PANACEA. "JJTHEN Uie child is troubled with griping and flatu- When there is looseness of the bowels, or where the dis cbarge is scanty, of a bad color and smell; When there are eruptions, or when the skin is red and nxcoriated; When the child is attacked with Measles, Convulsions, Cholera Infantum orWorms, this remedy is a certain cure and its use will relieve the anxious mind of the mother at' once; When the child starts in its sleep and wakes suddenly with a fixed or frightened look; When there are Worms this remedy is the most certain cure ever known. Let it be tbe first "thing resorted to in all cases of children's diseases and almost instant relief will be experienced. For sale by every Druggist in Nashville. Price M) cents per bottle, with full directions. may31. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent. COMPLAINTS OF THE SEASON TT8E THE GRAEFENBEBG DYSENTERY SYRUP. U When the bowels ore affected in any way; whether the diseae is acute or chronic, as it is equally beneficial in both cases; whenever there ia Dysentery, Diarracea, 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 contact with persons suffering from diarrheal, dysentery and cholera. So strongly was 1 impressed with the value of the Oraefenberg Dysentry Sy rup in all cases nf bowel complaint that I caused it to be sent to Quarantine, where tbe cholera then existed, and it is not a little singular that but a single case was reported af terward. Facts coming under the observation of my as sociates in the Board tend to strengthen the belief that this remedy is invaluable in all cases ot disease ot the bowels. T. R. UIBBARO. M. D., Ch'n Board of Health, New York City. I bare had an opportunity of witnessing the effects of the Gracfenberg Dysentery Syrup incases of bowel com plaint, especially those of a severe character, and I have no hesitation in saying that it is admirably adapted to the cure of these diseases. T. R. DaFORREST, M. D. New York City. maySl. ALEX. JIACKENZIE," Agent. Price 50 and 25 ceuts per Itottfe. UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Oirict DirABTinurr, ) June 1G, 1851. ) PROPOSALS for carrying tbe mails of tbe United States from the tint day cf October, 1S54, tothe SOth June, 1S38, on the following route in the State of Tennessee, will be received at tbe Contract Office of the Post Office De partment, iu the city of Washington, until 0 o'clock, a. m., of 14th August, lbol, (to Le decided by 16th August follow ing 0 TENNESSEE. (From October 1, 1S54, to June 30. lSSS.) 6633. From Nashville, by Clarksrille, Cumberland Iron Works, Lineport, Cauton, Ky.; Eddyville, Dvcus burgh, Southland, Paducah, Cairo, (III;) Bald-, w'msrille, Mo.; CMumbus, Ky.; Hickman, Com promise, Silver Top, Tenn.; New 'Madrid, Mo.: Hickman's Bend, Ark.; Canadian, Mile Bayou, Booth's Poiht, Tenn.; Ashport, Oclola, Ark.; Ful ton,. Tenn.; Randolph. Pecon Point, Ark.; and Oldham, to Memphis, Tenn.;4S9 miles and back, twice a week, in steamboat. Leave Nashville every Jlonday and Friday at 6. p.m.; ' Arrive at Memphis cyery Thursday and Monday by fx, a. m. Leave Memphis every Thursday and Monday "at 11, p. m. Arrive at Nashville every Sunday and Thursday, by II, p.m. Proposals for three-times-a-week are invited. For form of proposals, guarantee, and certificates, also instructions and requirements, (embracing conditions to n'e incorporated in the contracts tn guch.extent us the de nartruent may deem proper.) see advert isements 'invitine proposals for mail service in the western and southwestern. . . . . . a . i miitinr tT Stales, aaicu January y, aoo. jas. viA&ii ucuu, je29 law4w. ' J'oil'master.'General. K. RHODES, Late of Tenn. V. T. HAOXK, Late of Nashville, w; .r, casos, Late of Columbia RHODES, HAG EN & CO., FORWARDING AND COJlfiriBSION-'arXRCHANTS, Ao. 34 Sitamorc StrtfF. .Katt'sidi, lelow Second, " VIXCIXXAW. Will give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro duce; etc. ;also to th'e purchase and sale"of all kinds i of Pro duce, and articles' of Discissati and PirrsBoaa Manufac tures, i iV-- " Refer to Nashville Merchants generally..- ' -, JAMES COLLINS 4 CO., Pittsburg, Forwarding Agents, jant dtw4w6m. 4lJSOEiXA3NnEO m - I'jrtovmr. E. RttTiiscTtriit 5 ' FROM L'ECOLE- POLYTECHNIC lOFi'PARIf'i; -TWESPhCTFniXY ifiirmalbeeitiWinfA'?.Tilln lh!it roposeiiriTjng a series o& instruction iu the arlif -AaT. .upon a systeocentirely fiew and praved-fo Wsu .perior lo nny.olher'moao .ever.brotwht befoTts tbe-nubirc. v.'hich a.rnass.oMestimonials -and reKHnmeodatiorr, fiirtn tbe.hrsl Academies. Colleges, Universities, and; .Reverend -Pfof. iVsaystenils exceedingly simple, fequlrinojYri'in- iiuuuipuifuuuu; it any person, wim previous . &tuw letlge xX. drawing, can learn to sketch the outline tC ai.face or anyTtatnral object, in less than pneJiouTv EViU young- emiaren can do tanni in a tew hours, - ORIGINAL RECOMMENDATIONS WITH "THE PRO FESSOR. " e.- Citadel Acade-ny, Charlesfon.'S. C. -2-"' ! Norfolk Female Jnstitnte, Noifolk, Va. ' jAugusta, Female Seminary, Stanton, .Va, Cliambersbiirjrh Seminary, Chambersburgh' Pa Young Ladies' Institute, Eliiabetbtdwu", N. J.' HoyCa Ladie? Seminary, " " - v United JStates Armory; Harper's Ferry, - - Jefl"ers6n.Uqiversity,Charlotsville,Y.; . Lebenon High School, Pa. . ..t Lafayette College, Eas.on, Pa. ','.-" Academy of the Visitation, Wheeling, Pa.' f" Washington College; Paj University of Cannonsburgh; Pa. ' Home Female Institute, Cunnonsburgh, Pa. - , Cooper's Female Seminary, Dayton, Ohio. . School of Design, " . Wiih many others, all of which can be seeuat the"lro- essor's rooms. maySCK Rooms No. 103, Collegs' street near Linei .OCJce hours from 10 to 12 o'clock, a. M,and from 2 to 4 p. w. JTALIAN LANGUAGE. That high, appreciation-which the young ladies of Nashville w.ill no doubt, bare of.tlie many beautiful vocal nieces "tabe found in the oneras which Svill be represented in this city, will create"a3csire on their pan. to repeal tne n, ana as ine meet would tie great ly sa dedto, if they were able to pronounce correitly cpd with proper emphasis the Italian Xanguage, which pronuncia tion tut one of their a. usical profeiioig could inijirt,. their attention i3 called to the rodowing : rf " Signor Yiglieti, an Italian by birth, and possessed of"a pure pronunciation, offers to instruct the young ladies in the art of pronouncing perfectly, which is so indispensably necessary to a language srt full of sweetness and harmony, and proposes to accomplish his task in a very sbort time. Terms moderate. Apply at Mr. Berry, Bookseller. my27 " SVEEPSTAICES FOR 1851. THE FOLLOWING SWEEPSTAKE3 are proposed to be run over the WALNUT COURSE at the FALL MEETING, 1854 Entries to-be made tothe Proprietor, and to name and close in all the Stakes on the-FIRST OF JULY: NO. 1. A SWEEPSTAKE FOR UNTRIED .3 YEAR OLDS ?100 entrance, $25 forfeit, Mile Heats, Three or more to make-a race. NO. -2. SWEEPSTAKE FOR 2 YEAR OLDS-S100 en trance, $25 forfeit, Mile Out, Three or m6ie to make a race. NO. 8. JOCKEY CLUB PURSE S.'WO-TbreeJlile Heats, -ttitu uii iu.-fiuu taae ui t-uv, iu lurigu, iwunrmore to make a rice. NO. 4,-rSWEEPSTAKE FREE F0R.-ALL;AOES-.Twd Mile Heats, 200 entrance, $50 forfeit, .Three or more to make a race. The rules coverninrr the Club over the "Walnut Course. will be the same as those adopted by the Walnut Jockey Ciub Association. O. TOWLES. my28 td Proorietot. STRAUr, ALLEN & CO., CARRIAGE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURERS, (at the old staxd op it. "n. mtf.us,) Tico Doort Ueloic tit Dieairr, No. 95, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tennessee. "VT7"E are now' prepared tn manufke- f y ture, on tne suonest notice, nuiDlinvc TiTTi.iTt-c- , - - r ry description of the neatest and most-' highly nnuhed style, 'ihe wort done by us will con-pare with any Eastern manufactory, 'and the- terms equally us reasonable. Being practical workmen, we think we are prepared to offer a better article of manufacture for inspec tion, than any similar establishment in the South-W est. and on better terms, when fright, Ac, is considered, than ther can be obtained from the East nV a lhnmiin.li Y?immnt!rn nt cnMtmptM nF ,r ,,rl- done at our establishment, which can be seen by calling on us. ST" Repairing of all kinds done in the neatest man ner, and on reasonable terms. cp22,o4 Bm. It. it. SITER3, A. C. CARTER Jb N E W ! STOCK OF CARRIAGES. "When we have money we ride In chaises, When we have none we walk bejases." WE have just received our new stock of CARRIAGES, consisting of the finest CoicWe.TCalashe, Itasbavray , French Phatoo's, Broujhams, Baroueheii, and Buorjies. This work was elected by Mr. Jlrtas, In the best Manu factory in New York, and we think it in the be;t stock of Carriages ever offered in the market, a d will be sold at any price above cost. .v ii. e nave made arrangements witn three. large Manufactories to keep us supplied nt the shortest notice. MiKKS & OAK IKK wavSO tf. No. 50, Lower Market street. VALUAULE FAItiTFOR SALE. WE OFFEIt for sale that valuable tract of land owned by B. M. Barnes, situated miles from Nashville, near the HilUboro' Turnniko. con taining two hundred and cijhty-eigbt acres. The so 1 is equal to any in Davidson county, about half heavily tim bered, with three never failing springs, and an abundance ot water for stock in each lot. Tbe building are good and comforUbl?, with necessary out-buildings, itarns, stables, negro cabins, ic: The place is susceutible of betnjr divided into three eood tracts. Is allundcrjence; part well setin blue grass, and with good orchards, contiinins a variety of the best fruiU. The above tract will be sold on liberal terms, one-third ca, balance in one and two years, without interest. If not previously sold, we will oiler the above tractof land at public sale at the Court House in Nxhyille on Saturday, the 15th day of July next. We will show the premises to those desirous of examining tbe same. Apply to LINDSLEY 4 CKOCKETT, mylS SmtrwAw No. S3 College street. TRANS3IONTANIA ACADEMY, GALLATIN, TENN. ACCORDING to resolution cf the Board of Trustees of this Academy, thij day made, notice is hereby given that the Presidency of this .Academy) is now vacant Any person desiring the station will please apply nt any early period. Testimonials of high qualiGcations will be re quired. H. S. GRAY, June 20 twit Secrefary. The Nashville Banner, and Union and American copy fourtimes in Tri-Weekly and forward account to this of- fii nnllil.n TiuM return . irm ihiivi'.. ,. ..,. i!i tors the most pleasant and safe Regulatorof theLiver, liow ON AQUA" SPltlM.S i OR JtE.N'i.- lliesrf T eU Kidneys, and other organs of tne system in use. prin-rs will be rented for the present year, or leased for a term of years. There are extensive accommodations for visitors, and everything necessary to make ihem a popular place of resort for health or pleasure. They are situated in Hickman County, Tennessee, and for the last sereral . years have been. much frequented by the citizens of Davidson, Williamson, Maur and other neighboring counties. Any one wishing to rent or lease will nddress Bon Aqua P. O., Hickman county, Tenn.-, or S. L. "FIN LEY. fl College street, opposite Planters' Bank, Nashville, maris '54 tf t. STExnorst c. n. avebill. T. STENHOUSE & CO., FORWARDING AND COMaOSSION 1IEHCHANTS, NO. 2 HAYNE.STREET, Charleston, S. C. Rztkk to R. Dulin; Hand, Williams Wilcox, Charles ton; Hand, Williams 4 Co., Augusta; J. Norcross, Atlanta E.C Chandler, Chattanooga; O. U. &. D. L. Coilin A Co. KnoxvilIe;T. J. Pardue, Nashville. my.25 3m. CANS OF POTASH. The cheepest and best preparation ever sold for makinc Soap; one can make ii0 lbs. hard soap OrlOO lbs. soft price To cents per can. J tun received and tor sale by n.r.mMi, may24 " 17 Broadway. DOZEN SARATOGA ceived and for sale by tVATEIC-Just ,re W.E.GRAY, 17 Broadway. may24 f) DOZEN OXYGENATED HITTERS. J. The moat effectual remedy now known for Dyspepsia. J ust received and for sale by W. F. G RAY, ,may2i 17 Broadway. OAfi DOZEN DR. ROSE'S CELEI1RATED O V v Family Medicine. Just received and for sale by W. F.GRAY, 17 Broadway. may24. rrcy SKY .HOICK'S GALVANIC ADDOMINAL ,1 Supporters which" will be sold unusually low. "Just received and for sale by V. ,F. GRAY, may 24 17 Broadway. ff DOZEN BltOWA'S ESSENCE OF JA DwMAICA GINGER. Ju-t received and for sale by may2i JV. F. GRAY, lrBroadway. 255 DARREIjS rosin.- -Just received ana tursale.- W. F. Gil Y, - 17 Broadway. maj24 CONGRESS WATER. 3S dozen Congress or Saratoga Water, just received fresh-froth the Springs put up in quart and pint bottles.- For t ale by STRETCH A ORR. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Unioh sireeta. imay24.j ' NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to tbe State Penitentiary are re quested to come forward and make payment bv the 1st of May next, or their acconntswillbe placed in the bands of n officer for collection. - RICHARD WHITE -apis. tf. bAw -Agent, - RAGS! RAGS It RAGS!!! 500,000 Ponnds ol Rags Wanted r WILL pay 8 cents per pound, cash, Tor all 'ibeC Tlnim I'll Uamn Trt.. Ifor.li rf .11 r?.i,i are delivered atmy Paperand RagVaretause at theNorth'--" esid corner af lh Pnhlie Scmitre. " '" "!' " """ TS , Merchants, Pedlars and all the rest of manklad are'soli- a ted to gather and send ma ail tney can get. may? H "W.S. WHITEaIAN. B".3ti jgZxy&iivr dcTtkesick keq,uirf ZrpU JHOSfcTind think;irsi1!k,-If suSejfiYi mp fiiriurc ! Xr.f. pain.ir.aIUjctcd with. long,ilInisi, .rirtriovahd'a' i constant hope and intst ferrcil dcjirelj to'Ue'rsA'eTsd and" -peered of.fV disanir'ii'rrf&ntlliir redM3Bi3 eDce's"dmise.riible!.in the (uicki&t t-os&iUl- UtB-fln- tbi: tlnVthlfc -Ult-IEDlCS iti foutW.' jTtwteai; iteiiei irom ram, ymcx uure or I nseanes Speedy Rearan tionjo Health, ii tl;gi-ea.t,pbitforrn oa which tbe R.K R. jTbeoryw predicated. ": "" ' -,. The RJlf R.RElt.EDIESare Owortny foKft itfS. Tlwy inslautlv relieve the bed-ridden from the most eicraiuati oahii "iind-Tihicilf iite tbeiuuicted from the most otiattaaisi euuierea U't j uruisa uuuj. uiia jcueiv cc.-t tn t-t jrsi orpo of the human-system with strength and pSwei'. ---TbeRJ3hlURBay:liIK3eonsiat of BAD WAY'S 'KEA DY RELIEF.' BAD WAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. bdlliVDWAYS BEGULATOKS: " " " . RAUWAY'S UE.HlY.nKf.lEk'isfar the 'ujstnlrreSef of Ihe Euuerer from pain, .and to check and.arrejt Lb pro gress uiuiseasus, iu aisiniect annual, mtuanuua auu lniec .lions poisons, thuiprofecling' whoever uses it against all poisonous inlection from Contagion, and from suddm at- toCkiiof Cholera, Pneumonia; Ship Fever, Fever and Ajoe, -Ac Likewise fur the effectual and radical .removal bt.all pains and diseases of the Joints, Limbs. Nerves, Ac - "Its first action- is to remove the pain, (hence its usefulness in NeuralgtrTcases;)- t,ts second,, to repair and .heal, as ia the cas e bf, a cut, "or wound. If the Relief be applied after thefirsf little smarting Is over the pain U extinguished, and the work of reparation now""commeneea. Dut-if the Belie t h aat applied, there are'many chances to one that the pain -will cdnttone and an inGamation be set cp, and instead of a .s mplc incised-wound we hare Inthmition disease to con "tend with. Besides it3 direct power over pais, the Ueadj Relief ia the most effectual and" convenient "counter irri: anl",that is.known to the medical world.; " If there be a congestion or heaping up of the blood in " any particular part, occasioning pai.n and threatening in- namation or ; disease, as sore i. ureal, maiDsgu, or pains m the loinsPleuratic congestion, Ac., the Relief will be found the most invaluable curative. By applying it over the ad i scent parts the LIsod is drawn away from, "the tdfected' pans, tie congestion dissipated and the pain removed at once, lueiaav wnonuvaouut tuis out mate ice trial. Now, Jbese twa properties, its power over, pain, and its, "icounter irritant'' reader it tbe most valuable remedy for .Diarrhcea; and although not au astringent in (he popular meaning 01 lue term, yet ii stops tne pam and arreau tbe discharge "of the most frightful Diarrikea or Cholera in a short time. v . DISINFECT AN3LV RADWAY'S REAUY RELIEF ia the most safe and now. erful disinfectant in the wurld as su-h, it U a most effec tual cure ana positiva preventative 01 FEVEIi AND AGUE. So' with other fevers and al. malarious diseases. Tenor twenty drops, taken internally, in a little water, will pro- leci me system agaiusi any uiuttaa iruut unecuuua. anu ma larious poisons. PNEUMONIA, whether Typhoid or Bilious. RADWAY'S READY BE- LIEV4 given infernally, and applied'over the surface of the lha inntrnla r.ini IninA anr, Irpnt unlnKIi' witfi 11111. WAT'S KEGUIaATO&J, the patient will oon)be oat of danger, ana speedur restored to ueuita. it ine iwk.u. r r. a- t t ni t. i:r , r iksiLueuit!s are invtm, uiwr win snv vuu iitc ui wjc uanruu RADWAY'S- RENOVATING RESOLVENT ' is the second of the R. R R Remedies It is fur the cure of old ChroaicJ)iieasesthat Lave been lingering in the sys tem for years. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO ALL AFFLICTED' WITH CHRONIC DISEASES. For the present, then. let us pis3 to the consideration of the RESOLVENT.the second of ihe three R. It. R- Medicine'. RADWAY'S RENOVAVING RESOLVENT is" for tbe cure of Chronic Disease, (if innjmniation that is kept alight on fire by some siisfaining cause, for the Chemists tells us that inflammation is a low concealed combustion.. And this cause is a deposit resulting from the inflimnialion whilst it is'inanactiveoraeuie condition, for all disease is, at one. time acute before it' becomes chronic- If a person has Chronic Rheumatism, it is the result of a deposit in the uorous tissue surruuuuujg joints;. 11 upersuuis ocroiuwus, these deposits often show tbemscires'iu small lumps under the cbiu and along the neck; if he have a Consumption or Chronic Congb, there, is tuberculous matter deposited in the lungs; it Bronchitis it takes place in the Bron:hiaI tubes; it Syphilis; it occurs iu every "tissiii and organ in the whole, system, for that disease spares nothing. Now to cure these diseases, these chronic itillimmatioii: (for it is ibis in every case,) it U manifest that the diseased deposits (must be first removed, the sustaining cause be taken away, and that tlia impure blool be altered in its condition and renderedTpure and healthy. It becomes necessary, then, that the absorbents be active ,and the blood be purified. "We therefore want a medicine that will act on tbe absorbents and simulate tbem into ac lion, andat the same tune purify the blood. Medicine that depend merely on purifying the blood alone will scarcely ever cure, chronic uiscase: to ensure success they must at first have the power to stimulate the absorbent, and re more the disa-ed deposits. The action of the RESOLV ENT is directed first 10 the absorbeuts, stimulating them into action; and second to the blood, which it depurates by its action over the gLud, the liver, pancreas, kidneys, Ac, which ate the sewcra that nature has established fbrpurity ingthe blood. You will after this description, we hope, ap precii te the name we have given to the R. U. R. REMEDIES OF RENOVATING RESOLVENT." It resolves away dis eased deposits; itpuruiesibe blood aad it renovates the system.- Tumors are removed and dispersed by Its operation; Chronic sivfcllmj;s'ure dissipated; Nodes are sotteued and melted away. 1 he most loathsome Skin disease disappear underlts uciicu; Scrofulous cotutitutions are soon amended and the disease checked wherever it has attacked tbe sys tem. Syphilis, itb all its horrible train of concjmiUnt, here find "a certain and Infallible cure; and Consumption too, ofnmes findsits austtir Consumption, that prevalent and lamentable disease ol the lungs tbat is so well known to you all, from its fatal and almost helpless character, and the havoc it pioduces among the young, tbe most gifted and the most beautiful of the huinau race, creeping over our vi 1 fals with an iusidious yet awful certainty, aud consigning to i an early and premature grave iu yearly hecatombs of vie- tinii. Tubercular Consumption is often regarded as a i specific discaie of the luugs alone. This is a mistake, it ii ' but one of the forms of Scrofula it is a Scrofulous deposit i and inllunuiation of the lung structure, and could be as , readily cured as any other Scrofulous disease such as j Rickets, iiip Complaint or white swelDng if it was not I for the peculiar structure and action of the luegs in which j ittakes-place. i Tbe lungs expand and contract during ererr respiration: and from the moment the first breath ot life is drawn, un til the last guttural sigh passes from the dying invalid, a I never-ceasing action u kept up on their part, it will read- ily be conceh ed then, how dim'cult it must be for au ulcer ot tne lungs to heal, where it is continually Kept irritated by the act of breathing. Understand, then, we do not offer you tbe RESOLVENT as so certain a cure for Consumption or Scrofula of tbe lungs,as itis for other Chronic diseases. We believe it will cure Scrofula iu any other part of the body, but from the very nature of the "cose, this complaint except in its first stages is of times incurable; but we can recommend it as the most certain remedy (when taken as directed in our pamphlets) that we possess to arrest its progress, and can point to a large number ot coses of Lung Diseases that this cared. bucii then, is the Rsnovating Resolrent What tbe re lief is to Acute disease the Resolrent is to Chronic it re solves away the foreign and diseased deposite; it purifies, tbe blood and it renovates tbesystem. No. 3. We now request the reader's attention to the third of the R It REMEDIED. HADWAY'S REG ULATORS. Every pill takershould examine the theory on which the Regulators are founded. Everyone 'who-ukes pills will find ltadways Regul- We have hitherts been treating- of disease or inflamma tion in iu acute or chrome state, and its remedies; the RE LIEF on one hand and tbe RESOLVENT on the other. We now pass to the consideration of that state or the system im mediately proceeding disease or inflammation, tie rela tion. To allay irritatioa or the nervous fystem, and re more its effects wherever it exists, and to aid the RELIEF or RESOLVENT in treatment ofinfl.immatiun, are the chief purposes oHbc REGULATORS. But how is "nervous irritation the cause of disease? Be cause tbe glands of the system a e controlled by the brain and nervous centers, and whaterer irritates the brain caus es irregularities or the glands; and when the glands refuse to do their wot k, the foreign .matter which it is their duty to remove, is left in the blood, and increases tbe already ex isting irritation, Tbe glands are sewers of'the system, and are composed chiefly ot the Liver, the Kidneys, the Pan crease, the Salivary Glands, and those of the akin, and in testinal canal. Now, a regular and honest action of these organs are indispensable to keeping the blood in a pure and natural state. If we give you poison instead or food to eat, you can easily understand that the blood -will be corrupted by it, and diseased action wilf follow; and it will bejust as surely corrupted if the glands do not abstract the worn out materials from it .Again ifthe kidneys be interfered with iu their actien, from any irritation whatsoever, why then we have the salts of the urine the poisonous urea circulating in the blood, producing headaches, coma drowsiness, Ac And, last, and most important ot all, if any existing causes interfere with the operation of that great laboratory, theLiver, behold the disastrous effects! The bile, instead of passing into the intestines to aid. them in their move ments, (for the bile is Nature's purgative,) is left toeirculate in the bloed; the bowels, therelore, become inactive and the carboniferous bile (for carbon or charcoal i. the chief component of bile) circulating in the blood is. tbe cause of the levers of the system. The superabundance of the car bon Iu the blood meeting with the oxygen aa it passes thro' the lungs is slowly- consumed, and grre3 out a, superabnnt dance of "heat, and this is fever. RADWAY'S REGULATORS induce a healthy" regular ity of glandular action. No costiveness, or dyspepsia, or indigestion, or pains iu the side, or liver complaint, or pains in the kidneys, will troubleyou if Radway's Regulators are taken: and ue positively assure all who are afflicted with these dystessing ccmplainti that ltadway's Regulators will cure them.-- It. R. R. Remedies are suited to the treatment and,- co aided, will cure most of "the Ills that flesh is heir to.", Tlie sanguinary practice of the lancet, the cupping-class, and leeeliesthey entirely dispense with, and banish, forever the pernicious use of tbat' baneful drug, calorneL 's ' If you be sick, we advise you to resorfat.nne tn iTn. It. R. U, Remedies, as tbe. must, prompt in their action, the . , ...,(".. AT" . .. i I . T . i: . . 7 luu.i sole wiu cucvtiwiui rcuieuics. Instances of diseases prevented, -of rapid-cures, and al. mast miraculous recoverie-, wo-can furnish you the certifi; vaius uiiu uivucuuuix n iiuoui uumoer. But these uiaybe- obtained withont mmi nJi -;ir.a with it, and, without kuowuig the. circumstances, prove nothing tiyo'urmind. - ttieR. K.R. Remedies arefpr.salej'y drnggisti everyi wuere. j ersons aesirous ol learning more ot our lieme 'dies,""arfrTefe'rre"I" U) our Familr Friend, nmno'ihlv riiner. "A copywilLbo sent free of charge, to jill who will send in aieirutuuesano. aauress. .LaV. " - UAUVAx4:UUlS2rultont.u. a ..oraaie oy Arruggiaisge "' .-a. I-? -WhoIcSHlo Agent for Tennnefieee. MAN UHt.Ldio S (ju, iitHapaja. ;nUDGLVr WELLS A JOHNSON, ap2l4mvi' - Chattaaoogt" 1 An, Druggist and Jlerchanta everywhere. i - i -"iSeSi-- -. -.. .? . .,ei,,' : X UKN KT'-S IV AT ER COOLERS'. "TTTlTH tlus eiegaet article families of prdiBry sJij eaa, TV- e WftUeil witlf wiierss cool ti tea HwByaai oatkr of fcU. p: daf for ice. ' - a. r. . i - 'Ji i'.w.ivj- i,.jLfv.v. anr wt iwwR epeni rrora. vtr,, reBgenBg-u,iiemiisii jwcsh targe awertweat wcU e' wlM serMewr br Mitt or to psec- tfttl allHOJtlCt le - A. MALLETS, ICE PlC-'e, ,-" . PLUNG. SPOXGB: AND S07;R,JliTHs5-We "ve aH varieties of Iteh Yu-i,wie! oTas eitra fceavy Aew l sec Mttetasv . vJvUv Wai. day reerfved from Ner York and wM eU at a"maU advance "on the tnanu fctnrrrs "prices i tbe' moat- elW-int.tirv.i-r ninr i n rmuiua.!. in ..jt i t,. ... t.. ,v 'WAREi fiat.l been ever cArM mtbMAf, Ttprice low as Id induce evea those inrlhe aat .edeWeJeireHsa.- itaneM to combine ewafance with osErrt""- c' . Brittanio" Candlestieki, Fitcbers, CuftsvXamps &CAt all at eqaaliy low rate " - 3LOCKTIN COVERED DISHES, of airshas." CoSee Urns, SoHfiTareefi, Bisics, A'o. At,'Ac. ffiayS'54' " SNOW.-MACKENZLB&CO MAJKRAI,I.?S.TJTERlNB"CATUOUCON. T. POHZiVflYrM. D.. lafettef aad Prw&tar. Xorie'Gtnumt' tcitAnut iirSmnture'and tSs SazI and. Sty TAlurtfiJ the Urafeiurg' Ujmpwy. IT is well known-that Dr. Pomeroy.-ibe dfaTer of the; justly celebrated Marshall' Uterine' CalsWicon. Is one of the oldest aad most, skillful pbysieUssiu this; covstrr. The medicine, as prepared by bim, has attained arepitta. null tar ueyuau uui e er uyrarueu to ttriy oi.ueruieaioi.1 ViX? paraticD, and wherever it has beee used it has needed bo recommendation, save its oWn'beuencud ejects. But one thing has 're'farded' iti urdversal'ia4errtfoa "and: use in everr'case of uterine, disease, aad that isiU; prloej which has been three dollars per bottle.- v ," it is wen xnown iuaiya- outoi every six wpmenriivLiie country, oyer IS years of. age;- are clSicted wjththe com plaints incident to their furmatioa'and attendant upon the function of rneuitruat'en. Wo can asaare allrufftrers that' Marshall's Uterine Catholicoo. wilt cure them If no vital partis injured ormpturcd, and it has lor g been our en." deardr to sell the medicine at a price; which will enabie all, to purchase it This has finally become practicable, and. we now announce that the price of thia estimable medicine ia reduced, to oxi dollab a.nd ftrrr; cists (1,00) perbottle.- It is an invalcable remely folj, diseases of the "JVomb and IU appeadagei, Urinary Organs, (as the'Kidneys" and Bladcer,) and diseases. of IV grnmcy Prolapsus Uteri,, or Falling of the Womb Lcucorrhora. or White, Flour Albuj ail irregularities of "the monthly or periodica) turns especially painful Menstruatrou. -or suppression and flowing incontinence of Urine, and scalding of the water diseased action of the Kidneys, a d'BIoating-or Dropsi cal Swellings. Also.Spinal ConipIa'mtsSovcalled, are gen eraUy the result cf thU class of couiplaints and will disap pear where they exist, in tbe same ratio as ths Uterine arc removed iiiseasea ox A'regnancy. micu as AcidityNausia, Vomiting, ludiestion and Fainticr3c ALSO . The CrreHeabarg DyseHtery Syrup. - An infallihlci remedy for all bowel complaihtil" In Asia' tic Cholera, and Cbolera-Morbus'. it lias wonderful power. It cures Dysentery; Diarrlicej,-, Bloody Fux, Griping; and Straining, Cramps, Ac.,-Ac In buttles 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 lemoval of worn?, and for all diseases that children suffer Jroni 12 months old.ta 5 years. Wherever this' medicine has once been used, no Mother will ever consent to be witliout it, in her family. "Forsale by all Druggists in town or country, from whom may be obtained pamphlets- giving full accounts of tbe Gratfenburg Medicines. apyj'44 ALEX. MACKENZIE. VALUABLE AGENCY A. few good and rt sponsible men are wanted to canvass the States of Tennessee and Alabama, for the Mannfacturicg'aud Mer cantile UnioactN. V. City. . The greatest inducements' are offered to travelling Agents,- such that they can. make from two to fiveTUundred dollara per month, according to their energy, and effort ex erted. The fabrics manufactured and.aold by this Cdmpaav are Porcelain Ware, of alL varieties, including tTaUt VTure and Jlouie Irimmuigt ot unrivalled elegance and durabil ity, and at prices' unexceptionable. These wares were awarded tbe first premiums at the Crystal Palace, this past season, which Indicates their su periority oyer all-foreign wires- . Tbe subscriber. has an office and sample room at tbe. XauhtUl Inn, Nashville, where be respectfully solicits the attention of ladies and gentlemen of the city, to the exami nation of one ot tbe principal attractions of tbe Crystal Pal ace. ldff Exclusive local. Agents established on the most, fa vorable terms. , W. U. NICHOLS, Coniiniaaioner of" Agents for the MdM'tftcturimj and Hrt-carMt' Chityi, 850 Broadway; N, Yt City. my5 tt. SOUTHERN Commercial College, ASD WRITING IKSTIT'UTE. THE first term of this College will com mence ou MONDAY, Feb. 13, in the large and upaciotu room in Cooper's block. on Cherry street, five doors above Deaderick.' The course or instruction in this institution will embrace Book-Keeping, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic and Penmanship. Nopupil will receive a diploma -nn til he is thoroughly qualified to discharge the duties of. the accountant Student? will be instructed in all the modern.improred forms adopted by the best regulated houses in the country, among otheis one which dispenses with tbe use of the Jour nal, .greatly lessening the amount of labor and liability to err, and another which renders the use or the Cash book and Journal superfluous, and enable the book-keeper to post his personal accounts dailr, and bis merchandise and cash often as may suit bis convenience. This latter form is more particularly designed for.lbe use of retail 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 with the quantity of goods on hand, without resorting to th&tedictu. process ot talcing an inventory. This institution will be permanent, and baa -been .estab lished to meet the already important and growing" com mercial interesUof the tity of Nashville and State of Ten. nessee, and it is designed ta place (t upon a basis inferior to none in mis .country. The . importance, to every business man, of a knowledge of accounu, must be sutficrently obvious to all retlectin. minds. ""' . To the man of wealth, it is important to enable hint to manage his affairs scientifically. nod without pecuniary loan and the Lawyer is often called upon, in the discharge of bis provisional uuues, to unravel ine most intricate ac counts, but to the young man who depends upon bis own resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives him a position wnicn noming eise can. He holds tbe postot confidential .clerk in. his employers, service. In connection with this establishment is a department for the benefit of those who wish to takoiesson3 in writing on ly, where an elegant band writing will be imparted to all wno place tiiemseives unacr ine care oi tneprecepior. 'Pupils entering this institution are not limited to any number of lessons, but for a specified price mar continue any branch they pursue until ther are perfected, retaicfog. ine privilege ui reviet period, free cf charge, the privilege of reviewing their lessons at any subsequent term iy SEASONABLE ARTICLES. WATER COOLERSl with or without .offerers, of New York, Cincinnati and Nashville manufacture, at very reduced prices. PRESERVING CANS, suitable for putting up in their, own juice ths various fruits and vegetables of this and, tlx . approaching sea oca. PRESERVING KETTLES, Brass, Copper and" Iron, enameled with porcelain. -" SAUCE PANS, Iron, Tin and Copper. WASH BASIN'S, Copper, Z.nclrun and Tin, Japanned; or plain. " BATH TUBS, bf oil kinds and sixes. TUERMOMETEBS, at all prices. FRENCH, ENGLISH and HOMEMADE Jally.-llilk and. Gravy Strainers. EGG CU URNS, WHIPS and BEATERS. PATE PANS, the greatest variety ever'offered In this' market NUT CRACKEPi?, Steel and Silver Plated and Patent, JULAP TUMBLERS. PORCELAIN MUDLERS, Ac. DOOR MATS. Manilla, Calcutta, Hemp, Jute Gnus, Ac Our stock of Door Mats being greu!er"lhau,"4he wants" of our House Kepere, we will furnish those persons wEo can appreciate,tbe pest article Ta this line, much "cheaper than they have over before been sold in Nurhv.lle HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. We receive weekly from New Yorkadditions to our stock of House Keeping Good, ard propose to keep on hand, at all times, a fall assortment of ail nrtic.'ej requisite fur tbe wants of House Keetiers: maySO'St SNOW, JUCKENZIE A CO., TRUNKS'. NO. I SOLE LEATHER. Sole Leather, Hogskin, and best Kip Leather Trunks, a large assortment, warranted best Philadelphia Hamifar tare, with and without covers Valise?, Baggy Trunks and Water-proof Traveling-Bags. Just opened by 1CAMAGEA CHURCH, . juneI7 45 College' street ADltS- UONNKr lloXi.-Wehavereoeired aaother lot of Ladies Traveling Bonret Hoxtf, Phila delphia Manufacture, single and double tjps. . jinel7 ' BAMAGE Jb CHURCH. .uiuiiii-v-i' jiiiikSaTT OF POPULAR LITERA- , TUBE, Science, and Art-Part H-for June. For sale by pastil ; ISSOLUTION Tbe.cupartaersbru hcratolore ex. isuDg betweea DAVID wTKNIGUt and GEORGE. L. SLOAN in tie lumber business is dissolved by mutsal tonsent Tbcaccoucts of the Uto firstVill be settled by Georgo L. Sloan.- DAVID W. KNIGHT, Jane" 1, I&54 QelO lmd) GEO. L. SLOAN. it WHEK. Tbe subscriber is prepared ti. XJ deliver all kinds" of Lumber at bis Mill oa .Marrow. b.ne r jeiu imq UEUiaiE i,, SLOANi COUNTK1T RESIDENCE FOR. SAAtEaL . " A-f NEAT Fraeae Housa with 4 rectus, lutehefi, servast .XXttoftss.tx, and 7"facrei of land about 2tf siilu tfee city, Boaci tbo lAetewviile Pikei jA'bargaia will?, be. ALSO.' for 8le a Fnase Bansa with 9 mwi -atllnitoW. "BrieklHouje No. 42, WKthe cjrnerof .-iuiflwiriw Broad , s4reU.v Apply to' f ' J. L. W?AOWN, ? .jeio. aw, Xia.oS.Chtrry street. -. tl hDRrDiijoWs tn- ,,U-rrrr- L-.. iJj. .... , 1Y. V fc7mTof &TTmVr ST" mf fs'' pnfiMn r--j"itusur-nruipe fruiuaaJ: Uilirenvt f i "I.aJ 1 ' ui,wrairve roiir . mi h i "T . L "Tr "-""-a" I a., Ualacln, OMates. T.inli-. Mi,. Gataelii: &5Z. V"T," . "Ptaii are aarr nf. To oMaia acom"7S'j! W " all -fltlTTihtik- " water would pcrnu- DLA.RRHCEA A.VO PLtJX. potera and ChoUra Murbqs, Cramps, VwulUnz- iii r Ins, w.VM iU.forlns tumL, secretlops, U aa object which many have stndl5 . US , tbe-nstUraJsecreiumj or Ue Livarhad been locked na-S. tniDrrtiW5 matter from tltebovela arealiochectXi correratlne; aad partially destroy in- the fnoctiunal daliesTf taeinjer4 ... . tOATS CF THK STOMACH, Aad in many UaUaees-xba effect ot tbe medictaV beins wor and more deleterious than tie diw ineir. yl? Another U ;t thst teuot often uolierd tne clay colored die cH?T,"f k 'I1 arr aftorthe-nsa of astrlnnMs I f.. "? uB03O'S E1VEK CUOLKKA KfiMEBY, .WUol- k.81-1'-"?1 IuiaUn, aMntwifeU o sacS Ttartt?lJs"?!2,i 1,4 "ti?n M Pn-neat aad detl. ladicT"1."?:!!!!1 ti'-lsten In thlea,. pre- dTritVctm CourlTnsthroughd'ebmS ' trengtte2a,theu0u Tem-relnvijvratrs and Homb.,oa lilVXfroa' IJTf r and ers calls forth Um reraniW. V ru,tr KcfeUre pow. Ing watery dUehirrta bf Itboiiulrtvirtfi V "ft,n np the nofeetled condition omrJSi'fS; ateiy. revives" !!" streo-theafr tae lVBdi?mJ" eboadriae.whouaagiitcsthe. plrlt6l fcIio- Msru.lBEitlSC RAY OP HOPE uiit tne uuuiniHliliun aUare all mum. . T-drifU away .the Which have- clattered n.und abent those who are a3"Mtd with Sqmmer Coropfaiot.-ebeeU u,ft profasj aLSarrii and prevent tbe wild and terrific scteamVof """""a" .'prre. wond..-fa niedlela. and will eay r. f you or any c7yoSr fjnully re affected wih aBy dl for whin It Is recommr" I ' .1 """"""w ana :iu doesaotztva vou eouipletasatU(aeUon,call on oar agent and tie moxeYwiu. be kkfusdei" A'fJ,0'' the whole bclila of Medjclno. -If this is bn fair and bpneet deallnr, wa do not know what J5p,i,Wtf"i c i , a BOTANIC MEDICINES, L,? . ere' ere, as to. their pnrityLand nreoaredae- ,Chrih,CVi1-e?nly,'ri",1P1n- ItcairiJaUchie the object l v ew-.yfr ; That of being the most speedy Md effrtc'.ual remedy for. 11 fum,.. .f Puj ana .. . , . t BOWEL. COMPLAINTS Now before th public. Tw;o dos will care any ordinary Dianhora. soil 10 dron. win chectthe-Bitwel Coiapralm of cliidrn. P Toe price or the Jledicino la salow that It Is within tha r.0fi!r ?M a,ted to-iv satl.racUo i 1Te",!!?m lb' rountry, addressed to any ol tbe Drn(irt I'K'1 Pr"a', tteniton. anJl, SSfc? sale ill. i raniUr atedieine dtore, 4 Public dqaare. by TO FHE MEDICAT, 1'ROFESSION. S sPppur4SfrALiVAX1C NOMINAL kj a U I P U R T E R. A new remedial Agent or a anewmethodotapptjlnganold aatmost popolarono.U ,nOwpreje"hteU.t;.lh.itoresion,ud throogauto U "h" f? i"'': rd un dlseaiee requlnn? the application ot O AL VANISM,snea as Amsnothea; Chlorosis; Dysmenoretea: yroIap.ua UUrly fcauchorbea: H,eria;Wba: or nltn in thij back, Uyitpepsla, (dependant on atony of the i totuea) weatnesa from any caaseof tha s.rvooe or muscular ys--Mm.audaU klndrea affeetlou. lo the Physicians It . 1 nonshjo say, ihla-lnslrament Is so constructed, that a mo lle balvsniecarrenilimada to Pas lhronEhanorgM. a. rou.Ibe and-sUiaulalurc It to healthy action, thru eSsbrtiaj-audoft-u in percedlctr other remedies. (See opinions of la bTUUaad.jlheremsn.lnlf the IratromenUy ItU t moetsrfeBllBealiy.eoostraeted' Abtf.lnal SupMrt",. Invented, which trill fctr apparent aav ideiUAe, mechaaicatsuppenmay fcedlnpettsid with catedby each ciS. PbyAlcian.7a7itta." tenfa'rlytoco: batU0ira-mortbe jno.tutwbleeome of diseues wSA rffl ten tax their patience SCd sk I1U ases, which of- SeTwoar's Obstetrical Supporter. This Is ostO. U brace and sa,lainLadlei'ln thatmo.tirr tnp bo.tr of llfo "Labor." No-tady aatl"poiWtbl?ordS would thlut ot dlspenrf.K with Jt. use, uffey k'nTw o SU? ftsadvantages. Jt places ender th. cintrolofthe pauentaU be.ald.shrcqaire,. No"accoBehr ear. ntalnlitaTls 11, trieal practice, ho does not use xt, when iu eShiabfl. J made known to the pablie. . "seaKacynisoeeu aisYMOUK-sl PLAt'ENT-A 'FORCEPS. This Instrument bat onr; to be seen, to ba, approved and aporeclaud f m" 5"5T-"- oUl" ltie n$ mT Ali o, ders addressed to - - r E. V. Pa'yne, , ... ,." jf 'ry i Decovllle, NuhvlIIe.Tenn., from tbe States of .Missouri, Kentucky. Tenneaaee Al. hanta, Georgia. Florida, Atississipp SaUu!Siu Tor pre"rr,1iene,' They can also be had at the folio win- houses 3.6 BROWN'S. H.G.SCOVEfcCw.K GRAYS J '.?0i-5? Aortb Ukrfcet st-,ml c- -i-BOBLNSON Uo., obeloynile. tcsrS '54 6m JEW DAVID'S HEBSEW: PLASTZS,- TUniftf P k?J!tn.Gout. pain m thoSide rATK-t y?' H?bi J?4 Scroiili, King's- Evil, Whm awellgs, Hard Tumors, Stir Joint. f.nd f U fied pam whatever. Where this Plaster u applied Fain canaot A gentleman in the South of Earopa and Palestine la I830,heard so mdeh said in tha tatter place hi fivor r JEW DAYID'S PLASTER, andjif the she conslde miraraloMcurarit had perform ed.tEitlie was induced to try it pu his own person, JbrU Lung and Liver Affection, the removal of which had been tha chief objectieT his tea aey.butwhihad resuted the gtnial and deficians cline. He accordingly appbed a plaster on theright side of hi cbest wbere. the pairf was aeafed, another between the shouldersrand lone mtr tie regioa of tha liver. In tbe tnean time hedrankfrcely of an herb ta of laxatirB rrkir ities. Hesooound hu health improving, and in a few weeks his cough left bimt the saUowness -I bis skin diiao peared; his pam waa remored, and his health became par nunentlyreinstated. KI The following is from Jlr.Wcniell, editor er the Mas lUlionGaaette;. nlt-rrtiiiEt Dunng last winter and spring- I was sn troubled mia . pain in my breast as to" rendeV- me unfit for the duties of mydfiee ; and bearing vour JEW 11A VlDHor HEBREW PLASTER fcl-iSLte similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I had worn a plaster upon my breast but a alwrr lime, when all pain tot me.andlwas-enabU!d again to engagein tbo laborVof the office, r would also state, tbat my luster, residing in steubeuvida latha State, has received much benefit from !taa5e-;. J ours, truly, JOHN P WORSTELL." tassillon. November 12,1!43, It has" been very beneficial iu eases of Weakness, such as Pain and Y eaknesz in lie gtomach. Weak limbs. Lame ness. Affection of the Spine; Female WeaknaTAc. No female, subject to pain or weakness in the tUx or side, should be without it. Married ladies in delicate situations find great rebef front constantly wearing tbis plaster. ,Tbe application of the Plaster betweeu the auoatders has Been found a certain remedy for Colds, Coogb. Phthisic, and Lung-Affections, in their primary staga. it destroy, ujflamination by peispiration. 1 Ben ai-e of coanterfeite and base imifations I P - ra the Southern States Tor. the sale cf tiua rrul-ralusli! ..wU wjirci cm parcnasers bein? Lmnoeed upon, bra couuterfeit article, sold in this city am! W whese. for.tne genuine; they (i-.rUe particular attentiau U. mm wmvw.u tfttH U3TT1S UK3rCXSK"t , W'TiUte.ume latie rn?n3ef Uidofjtw David en ttltTlil " record .t ' " . m 8C0riL i lffiAD, n ,w, . l 111 ChMtres street, New Orleans. GweraLWhoScsale Agents for the Southern Statis, to whoa alloraera nrast be addressetL . SoId'also.'WboIesareand Refill by -w BERRY A DEMOYAL, . - -. , j - - EWIN BROTHERS, IF. F. GRAY, 3. JL ZIMMERMAN. janl2 dtwAw Agents. FB0T0KEN--02 TZXXI&S TSXSXX). For the care of Painful and Disordered Meustrcatico, Miscageor Ab.irlion,aiid tie relief of all those .SympaiheUcN'ervoiiA .lSl'Ctionj sttendaatoa r. Pregnaaey, Much of the'suffering attendant upon tbe lives of females .at the present day maybe traced to some alight imprudence or neglect during some critical peiiod of their peculiar ea. ions, causing obstrncrion-S irregularity, it, wbicb, if not relieved, gradually weakens and di ranges the system; sod by sympathy Induces those chrome form of di.-ea.-e Coa - sumption, Dropsy,- Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them fo sx early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that agewhen the bud eras just bursting into bl oom, have withered aad died froai theedecUof obstruction, and the want of a retnedT to assist natureat that eventful wriod. TRY THE PHTLOTOKEN. It is notollcredas a care of aU ,IU that, flesh ijleir to. out as a rem t-" vl preventive for a certain class cccrT--tt- ranto do aU that U bcrt lit pertorm. bold by SCOVIL & J1EAD, , : . . lit Cbartres street New Orleans. Jauli lydtwlw. TTAr)--- S0!i ?e mwiod on which my Iron Foundry ,.H?d.youeK street. N'ashyBe I bow -ffia- for g dirnea tel. by 40 ilL, A mod noHino of the boildicg is ne tr, the timbjris ore all good. and can be easily inoved. Also my entire stock of naterns. which are very numerous; . consisting of Ecgines, llifl gearing of almost every deserip ' tiua and latest styles, Mill wheels, of almost every descrip tion, a nrst-rate-Englne and oouer. aaa an uie mara io -nake the same complete; a Blu tF'a m of", the mMit approved plan; a MUI for grinding Blacking, two Cupaloes in goctLur der, thnrelsrgeStaeta'. well braccd.wi lb irourods, aad kegs from bottom to top; I,rarks soiistle for. mooldirg. almost aBydeseriptioo oi casting; all tbe stock on hand finished andT " tmfmUhei.wfereyytbmgelsepertaj tTbe above can be gilt 6u verjuberal Urms iCdesaeil, voo a credit ofl from "one to tS' years. PoSfession can be siren in September. ISM. . - - ---ffiay7-dtrwA 8m SAMCEI P. AJIENT.