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'NASHVILLE, TENNl TUESDAY: JUJ.Y J8, 1854- no. m. uf .j - - " -" 1 - - ' .- e . i. - - ." . V OFFICE-No. Jl, DEADERICK-JSTREET THK WEEKLY UNIQX'AND AMFJUCAjrJs toaiAai ' vto'Jabicrilwra at ibe 'following rates ; Single ..coeJ,G tc in advance, ii 5ft within the year $3 0O;jtejMl ofrthe Tear UTIO. CLCBeVOf flw ki MMKSrd t ft o U "pTer -cy-.fbcmie y. :Tjj15 BfTsofesenfeira sriHe ret: Mml f-r ciir nwiTitlts nt ilirt fifmtrrAnf rate. ft 'Jena Safdrfij.'f tJ5tr i'iSUnf.Pf0 tSTTIIE M0NEggto0A3E3 TO ACCOMFAN, JSemittances of imbscriptiozur, mar.bfr: Utwtt by Jfisil.il ow. risk.', .. " - -i paper wiU be sent out of the State unleatb OTder U ac eonipanied with the cyiyi ;-, ft- 9 FOX & l'OIILEMUS, j 59 Broad Street, Corner-BeaYer, Kew-Toik, Offer for Sale the following 'Stavy Cotton Fabrics: -Ti-rrTOVirrcfJT.AVT) COTTON BAIL DUCK 22 inch, all Jji numbera, hard and soft; also all the various widths- of Canrassm&nui&cmrea at imseiiaoiiumoQi couipnuug ev errjurietrfcnoft-a totho trad and offered a we- lowest - raws. r - mnrn rtatth PTT.nT BTCK Woodberrr and ilount Vernon Ultra. A laU assortment' of lhissuperior Cihric - . tttt t.tw & TJTTf! r-flTTaW TltlCE 16. 18. 20 and mca,-allnumbers, hard and soft." This fabrie was awarded the hi(Aet Premium at the London World's Fair, also at "our'own State fair. . , . . , SHIP AKDBEAB MASK DTIOK nam ana iwuiea, Mills; Light Cotton Rsvcds, ptain 22 to 27 tnen; eayr; ao. Jdo. COTIOIT SAIL TWTJTE A full assortment. w ' - TAKPAULIKS, HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, ,&C TAFEEPLTING 30 to 1'i inch, made Ttry hesTr, emreasly for dripr felts. tAB COTEBIHG Cotton Canvass, all widths, from SO tolSO inches, and' ill7!uiibers, made srpressly for coTer larrand rooflng railroad cars, is perfectlj and permanentlr water-proof, and more enduring than the car itself.- ENAMELLING CANVASS-80, 8S, 40, 45 and SO inch plain and .willed, in every variety. BA(5S AND BAGGINQ 01 every description. Seam, jess li.igs, woven whole, all sue, in bales of 10a, 200 and taO; tiJsbining strength, utilitv and cheapness, for grain isdffisal, are unsurpassed. - Aleo.tfcavv Cotton Sacking, 40 infh Canvass, 8 thread Warp end rilling, heavy 'twilled, do. o, 20, 22, 40, and . . . WOOL SACE3 oven wpoie ausues, a uuw uu ble article. feb25'54 lyd. TRUTH IsaiKiHTY ANO WILL PIIEVAIL. KUTCHIS0K3 CELEBRATED OINTMENT, flic most effectual remedy for Piles, Sore or Caked X Breast, Cnt3, Bruhas, now extant This medi cine is prepared with great cire, and never fails to give re--' lief when properly admiuisteied. Remember 4t Cures Piles epeadilf. ft Cores SDres or Ca.ke4 Breast Wtmsdntaiy. t Cures Cuti, ImU9s or Sorej on man or horse. The aUiicted are inn ted to give it a trial. If it does not accomplish whit we claim for it, then pronounce it a bum Id; and demand your money. The proprietor has in his possession any number of cer tificates from the first citizens of Virginia and other States; several of which accompany each box. We give the fol lowing from the sheriff of Bottetourt county, Virginia Mr. Pitzer: Fincastlz, Sec. 21, 1858. Mb. HcTcmsoN Pear Sir 1 had been an almost con nt sufferer Irom Iiles fur ten or twelve years previous to thetimel heard of your ointment 1 have given it a fair trial, and for the last two years have had no symptoms of i the disease, and consider myself entirely cured. 1 think it duetoyouto make this statement, and to the public at Urge, that your invaluable ointment should be more Gen erally known. Yours respectfully, ' R. PITZER. dwholesaleandretan.by j. febll '51 6mdAUiw Ase.n,t, College street Prepared by )V. llutchison, 4 Ci., ., Amsieraam, a. tANmtETJL'S GARDEN SEEDS. s EVEN TUOOSANU Papers liew Crop garden Seed, and warranted fresh. Ac comprising all the varieties brought to this ciarketj hxtra rlyl'eas, tar p... 4;-r n-olrViMnq dnve Unions. Ac bv the Hi n Aim iiibbace. iiuiion unioDa, c ac uj mo pound-' J- O. imoWTf, ftblS No. 42, College Street &REAT RARGAIN IS. A FARM. ONE llON'DRED ACRKS of land finely located on the Kashville and Chattanooga Uailrnad, 12 or 18 miles from Nashville, a comfortable anHing with 4 or 5 rooms, a good orchard and an excellent spring, nearly one half of the land is tinelv timbered. A bargain tan be had by mazing im media.e application No. ghj street, to mny2K Real Estate Agents. BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXFHOST. XEAJi BllOAD Sl'RXST. thk Snlisrriher rcsDoctfullv returns his thanksto the public for pastfavors, and so- liritsaccntinuanceoi paironagem iub iuuic ki: i ' 7wTt.,.r . wn rtrvt IItnT MAXUFACTDRINil. TOgether mlheyenMeacritAibnct M.efiT;TummJ Metsl ic Packiurs. Ilalbii Mctal and Castings. Soda founts, Oeneraiors, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve. ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at snort ao'ise- ... , . Qftsh wil be pa,id at all times for old copperand brass. . nns23 if ' COLL. rifUQTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.' Fcr the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, Miscarriage or Abortion, Pi tbe relief of nil those Sympathetic NervoHS AUbctions attendant on Pregnancy. Much of the n0ering attendant upon the lives of females at the present dav mav be traced to some slight imprudence or neglect during some critical period of their peculiarsea sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by gyinnathy indqees those chronic forms of disease Con sumption, Diopsy, Dyspepsia, As whioh either hurry them to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of the fairest a.id loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud wa3 just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from thecaectsof obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist n-aturo at that eventful period. TRY TUEPUILOTOREN. It "Is "not oflered as a cure of allills that flssh is heir to, out as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com- filaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is hire set brth." or that medicine directed with eiperlence and skill can perform. Soldby SC&yiL & MEAD, .i t . in Chartres street, Itew'Orieans. General Wholesala Agerits'fcr the Southern States to whom til orders must be addressed. TanlS If dtwAw. i " 41 AGS! It AGS!! RAGS!!! .100,003 1'ounds ol Rags M'antcd. I WILL pay 3 "tents' per pound, cash, for all the Cotton, Linen, Flax, Uemp and Tow Raijsof all colours, that are delivered at my Paper and Rag Warehouse at the North eaitcorner of the.Public Square. ... Merchants, Pedlars and all the rest of mankind are soli- ""d Ws! WHITKMAN. EiWfilSH CATTJLE. rpO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best X Bad.OattJifromiBnglsnd, embracing FINE BLOOlTIIoaSES, SIIORT-UORXED CATTLE, with Devon. Ueref.ird's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. AKSO. Fino Southdown, Cotswold's and Licester IIKEP. ALSO. Suffolk, Essex and Berkshire SWINE. Im. ported on Commission bv , . Messrs. TII03. BETTS & BROTHERS. Every information with regard to terms and shipments of Stock to America, will be etrietly attended to by apply ing to K. '. Ea tK. Nashville, Temt jje24 AV ANTED.. l v UANDS WANTED, immediately,-"!!! our Cotton lrU at rH. Louis such as Card room. Spinning room bind umi Weavers to whom good'wages will be paid cverv Si'urdiv, in cash. Apply to ' - AD0LP1IUS MIER A CO., .je03w St Louis, Mo. Winchester Independent and Pulaski Oaiette copy three weeks. iTO I TJIE RASCATj J rpWF.NTY-FlVK DOLLARS REWARD,, for a man who JL calls himselt Ohival F.vrktti, who came, to my house I February last, and set id to woik lor iuc,nd remained Tjlh nie until last Saturday gvering ; he then took my fic.rs'e, saddle, bndloar-d blanket, nnd made his escape, and pas not been heard of smce. He is a niall mau, of rather yellow complexion about fire ect six mcbes high ; .he is a thin visaged rcau, with a jellowish Imiel eye, and a tplera-l.iAtririinse:-'his"hairis Mraicht and black, trith some few gray hairs; he says that he w 25 years old; he is a mild tpoken man with but few words; he said that he was laised in East Tennessee, and his father lit eg in Roane pountv East Tennessee. The horre'that.he carried away was a vouog uay uoitj, iu jvaio umi wum uiu'vii auu a halt himd3 higb, with a bald face, and hind feet while a lit tle above ihe quarter joints ; be ha' u black main and tail, and is rather a brrwn b.tf-; he is of the Tom Hall pacing stock and can pace very well; he is unaltered, and shod before when he left. .... , ... 1 will give the above reward to any person who will bring me the man and the horse, or either of them, or m cure either of them, and give me information iw i that I cin A. i.Am S. J. KITTHbl.L. o . , . . ttt:- . M.mf Tiinn. IvtVlf lbanon, WK-n.counly, Tcnn. GAYNOHj JIAGDONALD Ac CO. and 170 l'earl Street, Nctv York. FFER the TRADE on liberal TERMS ortheirowu Importation and Manufacture. STItMV GOODS o 5l 1 K nnd SAT X HO.NM.to. Klliuu.AO, i.,uu AMKIUtlAN FLOWERS, -FATHERS, BONNET LIS INfiS. I AUS. Ac, Ac, and a general assortment or MIL LINERY OO0D3.- Orders promptly executed, jy 1 3m. BALTIMO RE-CO Hi? EE 200 bags just received -from BaKinwre-nwtevcr jelStf eAw LANIER 4 PHILLIPS. " ! " AFFLICTED HEAD! T1HLADELFHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established .15. f -n re a.fl forms of secret diseases of the skin, nod eKim.rr habits, of vouth, 13 DR. KINKBLIN'.lN. AVcorner' 1' -r tk;1 nrl TTninn"fltr--ta. between Hnnii-a imri Pm nna ' aisi a hdf sqaires from the Exchange, PhBadclpbia. 6Mteaeh BBeh o thereat tho aeEnemjOTrcolUge a habit in- i&sev -Bai obly feits Serious obstactes' to matrimonial hap- HttMnujiva not: tu u series u prou-aciea, lnsiaivia a&u. MTaatettagectioHS. Jew tit. those who indulge in 'this, Tfirniciou3 tsractics am nwxre of the cnnsennences.until ihr. I fifid the nervous sysfemis'sMtiercd, feelstranre aud'unac- i - ., .1-1.1- r .it . : 'rr. . r: . 3 fi. jt 1 3 .-vetaiiamB iveuuca. vsiiui icj( s iu uie xuuiu. 1 lie uuuviuuiu peoomes tceble, qe.is.unabte wiicsJsin accustomed vig- or to apply,his mind tastadyhisstepis tardy and weak, is dull and irresolateJ the countenance U downcast, the eveswimoui fiatunu lustre, snamezaceuuess is apparent - ihstij.are syrnftornrMtech nkcndd stsuJcen. Va xsilaiivm of It the victim be conscious of the cause of hbdecav. and haviag.reUDquished.the odious practice, he suffers under these terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame mm. rjroincinp mental and nnvsical nrostration. it ce emancipsle himself before' the practice has done its worst. and-enteiTnatrimonv. his -laarrmee is "unfruitful, and his , senses tellhim that this is caused by his early .follies. Too miny uunK tney will nug ,itie secret to ineir own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how man? aDromisinz Youth, who ftuVht havs been an.ornament to society, nas tauea irom ine eanni Y'ounir Men ! Let no false modesty deter vou from makm? tout cas6 known to one who. from education and re-. spectabuity, can alone befriend yon. lie who plice3 himselt under DR. KINKEJN'S treatment, may religiously conSde his honor as a cnntleman. and in whose bosom will be for ever locked the secret of the patient Country Invalid!:. FiBding it Inconvenient to make cersonal aDnlication. can. bv statin? their case exDlicitlv. to cether with ail thcii svmnlo'ma. Cncr Ictternost-naid.l have forwarded to them a chest containing Or. KVs medicines, spprojiriatfKt'EcconltDgly.Tind bo cured at borne. Stnctures of the uretha: weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full. vizor restored. All letters poftvatd. . A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Einkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his book on the Secret Infirmities of Yputn. sept 4 wly OR. JOnS BULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. ?s ineit powrrfal Kin? on th fice of the globe now rvJTK tuprema la tht American Itepublio. lh power of tb eroirn.d head of Europe smk Into tnsigiu&cacoi) hen compand to that of our American King.' " JSuropcui SJngt employ the pownr vested in them to tccreaxa the rich of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater mtary and degradation the poor and depen dent. Oar American King goei forth with eqnal wuling bmm to the lordly mansion and humble cabin, reedy alike to administer relief and to offer health and happpinou to the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. P.R. JOHN BULK'S. QFBAT AMERICAN KING It the Tistb WoxDia or m Woain.and the greatest blasting ever offered to afflicted humanity; to the suffering mlUlonJ, the Doctor can say, relief is at your command). Ton have only to use this magical remedy. At thOM who still inner, and will cot accept the proSered bejiq, desexre not tne pity of their families. ThlJ wonderful medicine, daring tbe brief period sinoe Its Introduction, hu euried happiness to the hearts of thousands, and made life a charm to many who heretofore regarded it only aj a painful and miserable existence. To the winds with ail Liniments, Kmbrocations, Pain Killers, and Pain Extractors, and let millions of glad tongues proclaim the merits of the great "American King nf Pain," a preparation composed solely of vegeta hies and roots, produced by America's own rich and bounteous soil. We would ask the Lasiis. who are always competent judges cf what is and what ts not a valuable family medi cine, to do us a special favor by giving the King of Pain a single trial, and if satisfactory, exert their influence in its behalf, recommend It, speak well and often of it, and see that it is used by then- afflicted neighbors. The Ladies are alwajs 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 of This is a powerful and truly magical remedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, burns, Ac, and for many internal afflictions, it is a certain cure, yet it is perfectly harmless, and incapable ef producing the least injurious effect In the most delicate cues or tbe weakest constitution. It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to the public thousands of certia eates of wonders performed by this medicine. It costs but twenty-are cents to try it; and Br. Ball stakes his ell-earned refutation on the King of Pais doing all and core than he claims for it ' We Would ask, have you the Sheumaiism or Gout: thaw are cot pleasant companions, and we knew that you wonld like to drire them away as soon as poaiibls then use " BULL'S KLVQ OP PAIN." Would yoa be cared almost immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera Mor ses, Cramp Colic, llead Ache, Tooth, or any other ache w'palo, tbe remedy is simple and the cure certain. USE THE GREAT KINO Of PAIN. Would yon bare your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Boras, Scald, Cruises, or any other wounds healed, we repeat it, use ihe MAGICAL KINO OP PAIN. Would yon be cured of Scald Head, Stiff Joists, Sort Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or Bine Worm, Salt Eheum, Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, we asy again and again, iocs Elisor Is Dr. Jobja Bull's "KINaOPPADJ." Would you be cured of King's KvU, Cancer, Tnnori, Eruptions, or any disease or tue Skin caused by Impure blood, then use Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla internally, and tea King of Pain externally, nothing can be moie eeruia than a speedy and e-Iuctual cure. DB, JOHN BULL'S PRINCIPAL OPFICM, Tots Cxoes Braaxr, On Docs ittcw Uia, EWINO BR0'S,Ag;nt. W. F. GRAY, Agent STRONG HOPE FOR ALL RHEUMATIC PATIENTS. WITHOUT the lea$t shadow of doubt, the Chinese Rheumatic Antidote, is the only reliable reme dy before the public, ror the immediate and permanent re lict of long standing cases or Chronic Rheumatism, severe and excruciating Neuralgic Pains, Hip disease, Gont, all contracted and distorted Limbs, Paralysis, wasting and decay of the muscles, swelled and enlarged Joints, painful swellings, acute Kheamatl.m, Tic Doloreux, Cramps and Spasms fcc.,fcc. This medicine is truly the King of Rheumatism, and from the rapid sale and unprecedented satisfaction which i dally given by it, Us astonishing effects cannot be doubted. Severe Neuralgic Pains are speedily removed by a fow applications of this won derful combination. The oldandjoung need have no fear of perfect restoration. Dead Palsy Is completely cured in an incredible short time, by tbe use of Ihia external application. Ho one need donbt It, for one single Bottle will never fail to give complete and unbound ed satlsfaation. Contracted and Stilf Joints are perfectly telaxed and restored to their natural life and activity, by Its ase. Persons in High Life who, from prejudice, or other causes, aro unwilling to re sort to a medicine whlca is brought to notice by being ad verted, permitting themselves to suffer and writhe under agonlslngand excruciating Palnsof Kheamallsm and Neu ralgia, would feel Justly proud, utter rubbing their limbs and Joints with one boltlo of this Kxtenal Remedy. Loss of JUusciilarPower, wasting and decay of the muscles, numbness, weak back, palnfuljolnts, are all speedily cored by tbe use of this medi cine We respectfully lnvif Ihe citizens ofNashviJle and vicin ity, who are affected with any form of KheuraalHm.orother diseases above enumerated, to call on our agent audjirocure a pa-npblet and a bottle of our medicine, and we conadeptly A. 8.YOHATT& CO., Proprietors, Maiden Lane, 4 to whom all orders shoold be addressed Forsalein Nashville by J. P. DKQMGOOLK & CO. . - Solo 'Wholosale and Retail Apcnt. For sale In Franklin, by F. S WOUIKIDOK, u . n Mnrfrcenooro' oy j. . nnwn, u Favettcvllle, MeELROY & McKlNNEY, ftlNGLrnOX&SON, J. U. STONE. a -u ii Psdncah, Ky., by u t Mclliunvllle, by mart 'SI d&trw JVOTICE. BY Tittue or an execution .directed to roe froir the Su preme Court of Errors and Appeals at Nashville, I will offer lor sale for ca?b at Ibe Cour House in Nashville, on the lit Saturdrv in August next nil the right and interest that W, U DORR I?, fins in and ton certain lot or parcel of ground sitiuled in South Nashville, bonuded as follows: Beginning at Mallony's Corner and runningSoutbwardly withCollege street, 162 feet to the line .of the Tennessee' and Alabama Railroad, then Eastwardlv with the ssid Railroad, 131 feet to an Alley, thence with tbe line of said Alley to Msllony'aliue, 152 feet, thence at right angles with saidMallony's line. 131 feet to the beginlng point; levied on as the property of W.P Dorris, and in favor of Wesley Greenfield. Sale within lawful hours. E.B B1GLEY, je5 lw3. - SheriffofDavidson. LAD' WARRANTS We are buying and paying the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per sous at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by miil or Otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they are selling at the time in N ashvilie and the cash remitted or paid to order. ' ' jutySl DYER PEARL A CO. JNSHRANGES. m P lal - K i "chartered Jr,.4he State.- -rhis'Com'panv is now in sue fat operation,, and is iprepared'tp.. take risks- on Baildinrsi.-Goodsrjfl fandiWarea and Mcrchaaabt; ajairnt IOSS.OR'DAMAGEJJYEIREV :h erauy, sgamsi me oeas, iviYtts, auu laaKsroaTA o. nnon as favorable terms as any Office Jti ths'Cify. " 'Office No. 35. on. Colleee street- eppositer Ibo: Sewsnco Jotw 3. Dasbiwa. Secretary. ' my 13 tf PROTECTION INSURANCE .COMPANY OF NASH VILLE, CAPITAL $100,000. , THE COMPANY being tally organised under Hi Char ter. cranted bv the Legislature of Tennessee.' ia now nrenarect to issue Policies aeainst loss or damaire bv Fire on liuildings, uoods, wares, ana .nercnanaise generally. Tlivers, or Inland Transportation, on.the most favorabl Aiu-ua Hiuumeiiui luraiusfc iwa u, uwiwec ui ocas. terms. Life and Netrro Policies cranted at current rates. .. EST Office No. 81 Public Sauare. up stairs over W. T.' lierrr t uos Hoot store. DIRECTORS. Samuel Sear, K. J. Morris, Ij. H. Lanier, D. D. Dickey. L. A.Lanier, J-F-Demaville, 1 C. M. Nichol, W. H, Gordon, Hu. Dduglas, X. B. Alo.ris, H. H. French, H. N. WiUiams, P.W.Masey, T. O. Harris, A J. Duncan. ' SAMUEL SEAY, President. Isaac Lttroy, Secretary, bwq fmy7 tf. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL 4150,000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL & 10'S. EXCHANGE OFFICE. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against hre; on steamboats and Cargo against lire and the risk of tha river; ou the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and ou sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President. Joseph aclx, Secretary. Directors. Alex Allison. John M Hill. F B Fomt.G M Fogg, James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods, Samue Seay, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGavock. janl THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, 0' FFICE oyer Sheapard fc Co's. Exetu Office, wfll insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. Houses. Merchandize. Ac. Ac. Ac against Losti or Damage by Fire; Steamboats on anjof the Western v.-aters against tbe Hazards of Inland Navigation tnd the Cargoes of Vessels of every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivera. Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, BanlcNotes trans mitted per mail. All persons having their lives orproperty insured in thjs Institution, are entitled to a full participation in aD theprof its, without any liability to. Ions htjocii Mho amount of Pre miums which thsy may pay. M. S. P1LCHER, President, J. B. JOHNSON, Yice President C. J. F. Wbabtojt, Secretary. janl NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANC CAPITAL $100,000, (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according' to Charter, is prepared to writ Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and .Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favorable terms. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates. Office, No. 50 College street, East side, between Union street and Public Square. DIRECTORS. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODS, JOHN KIKKMAN, JOHN II. EWIN, HENRY HART, Jr., R, 0. McNAIRY, TU03. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA, WESLEY GREENFIELD ALEXANDER FALL, President Javes Walkir, Secretary. Nashville, April 80. B w G EDWARD SHEEGOG fc HARVEY, PURCHASING COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, No, 23 CARONDELET STREET, X!f ORLKAXS. PERSONAL and prompt attention given to the buying of Goods, Groceries and Produce, and eTery article for Planters and Merchants, either for Cash, Drafts upon Com mission Merchants, or upon their own credit. ef Orders executed with despatch and bought at tbe lowest market ra,tes. X5f Notes, draft and Bills collected and remitted im mediately. J3" Hectinnj and Forwarding attended to uiihaut delay. Betes io Kirkmau and Ellis, Nashville, Tenn. John B.Johnsou, Esq, " " Morgan A Co, " W. H. Gordon 4 Co., ' B.M.Noel A Co., " " J. M. Zimmerman & Co, " " William!-pence, Esq, Murfreesboro', Tenn. J. Frank Henderson, Esq., " ' Col. E. IL Ch.iffin, Columbia, Tenn. R. B. Mayes, Esq, Gen. G. J. Pillow, Gen. L. J. Polk, Ashwood, Tcnn. je7,'55 8m. WILLIAM R. MILES, I ( DAN'L W. ADAMS, Late of Jackson, Miss. ( iiate of Jackson, Misa. MILES & ADAMS. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 23 Carondclet Street, SEW 0 RLE ASS. Refer to John M. Bcs, Esq, Nasnville, Tenn. Matthew Watson, Esq, " Col. Andrew Enviu, Wartrace, Tenn. Gen. L. J. Polk. Ashwood, " Gen..G. J. Pillow, Columbia, " EDWARD SHEEGOG, Is our general Traveling Agent, with power to make any contract or agreement for our xtouse. je7,64 m MILES & ADAMS. J. A. DEERT. W. B. DEERT. R. E. DEEtlV. DEERV BROTHEHS, ALISONIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Office So. 19J Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee may22 twly. GEORGE W. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAND AGENT. Woco Village, Texas. WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas: REFERENCES. Hon. A W. O.Totton, Hon. Nathav Grbex, R. G. M'KtNNsr, " R. L. Riclet, " R. L.' Carutbsrs, -' Abe Carutuirs, fcJonjf L. BRixy, Governor Wt. B. Camfbul. aug81 twly GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, &c. DAVIS & SWAM, AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &d, &c. NO. 73, EAST-SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. NASHVILLE, TENN. HAVE IN STORE by recent arrivals, and which they offer for sale for cash, at the lowest prices," to wit 875 hhda Sugar, of every grade from very fine to all qualities below; C50 bags Rio Coffee; 2e0 barrels Plantation Molasses; 850 half bbls do Molasses; 66 bbls Crushed and Povdered Sugar; 50 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6. 850 boxei Virginia nnd Kentucky Tobacco;' With almost ererv othsr article in the Grocery and Li- auor line to meet thedemands of country and city buyers,, Vhichthey are determined to sell as low as any house in aii&dle Tennessee, tney nave aiso to arrive, zu.uuu Sacki One Salt, which wilKbe sold in lots on the Wharf to suit purtb.aser8, at a small trifle advanced on cost Country'llerchants and others visiting this city to buy Goods in our line, would do well to give us a call before buying elsewhere. DAVIS & SWANN, feb20 b No. 73, Public, Square. INDIAN RtJBUER GOODS.. . Coats, Capes, Legginsvcr-AUs, Wading Pants, a none OoversW'agon Covers, Piano Carres Nursery Cloths, &cv WHICH iU not wetthrough or become'sucty in any clmatelht cheapest and best article in our line ever offered. For sale by the manufacturers, ROGERS A WYCKOEF. successors to IL H.- Dat,23 Courtland Street, TJpw York. Dealer in Hose. Steam Packinir. and every other kind of Rubber Goods. Also, exclusive selling agents of Elas tic Webbing suitable tor Uorestn congress tiooi3. may80 am. , .' ii"..:..' ni AT!TVri!SiriP.j-l .HAVE THIS .DAY J axsociatid with me in thi WholesaU GroceryrCom- PnrK-orHIntr BiiainBCa.- Mr."WIL LIAM PHILLIES, of Nashvilfe, under the name and style of LANIER 4 l'HLLUr - , ' nov2 L- IL LANIER. MISCELLANEOUS, PROK. H. E. ROTHSCHILD, FROM L'ECOLK, POLYTECHNIC OF PARIS. EESPECTFULLY inJorms.the eittaeDa of Nashville, that be protioses giving a series of instructions in the art of .DRAWING AND SKETCHING, -FROM NATURE AND ART. Upon a system entirely new and proved to be su 'periev id any oftier ttode ever1ought before the public, ,wMe a mass of teilimoBfals' iod recommendation, from ,'ke.ekAcdiatM. CollMres. UniveTsities.ad .Reverend ."Getlemen of .tfeet United Stales will Drove, T3 Prbt R.'s system is exceedingly zimplev requiring no in -JjJiWrumsnfifia by it any person, with so previous kcow- ieageor,arawmK can learn to sketch tbe outline of a face OTny.Efttural object,- in lesittBsnroci hour. Even v young cnuuren can. oe uugni.is a lew nouis. ORIOINALMlECOMilENDATIO.NS WITH TUE PRO - ' . 7. "T FESSOR. . Citadel Academy Chariestoi, S. O. 'ZZt NsrfoIk.FeraiJelnstilute', Noifblif? Va. Augusta' Female Seminary, Stanton, Va. . Chambersburgh Seminary, Cbambersbnrgh. Pa. - 'Young Udies'lnstituIe.Sl'iabethtoWu.jf. J.' - Hoyt'a Ladies Seminary, " " United State3 Armory, 'HaiperS Ferry, Jefferson University, CharWsvllle, Ytv. Lebenon High School, Pa Lafayette College. Easron, Pa. Academy of the Visitation, Wheeling, Pa. AViishlngton College. Pa. ' University of Cannousburrh, Pa. Rome Female Institute, Cannousburgh, Pa. -Cooper's Female Seminary, Dayton, Ohio. -School of Desifnl. With many others, all of which can be seen at the Pro- lessors rooms. imay80. Jg Rrjoms No. 103, Cpllcgtcstreet near Line-'tOfflce nours trom io to is o ciocc, a. strand trom 2 to 4- r. v: 3TRADT, ALLEN CO., CARRIAGE AND HARNESS MAtiTJFACTURERS, (AT THE OLD STAND OT n. jf. MTERS,) Two Doort Relow tkt Viea'tre, No. 95, Cherry "Street, .Nashville, Tennessee. i, are now prepared to manufac- V V ture, on the shortest notice, UAKKiAUra, 1JUUU1KS, &C, of ere- rr descrintion of tbe neatest and mast highly. finished style. Tbe work-done by us will compare with any Eastern manufactory, and the terms equally as reasonable. Beine nractical workmen, we think we are prepared to offer a natter article of manufacture for inspec ii'on, than any similar establishment in the South-West, Sid en better terms, whoa fright, Ac, is considered, than eypon be obtained from the East We ask a therougb examination of SDecimens of "work done at our establishment, which can be seen by calling on us. ' &T Repairin? of all kindssdoue in the neatest man ner, and on reasonable terms. ap22,'54 3m. H. N. MTER9, A. O. CARTER NEW STOCK OF CARRIAGES, "When we bare money we ride in chaises, When we have none wo walk bejsses." WE bavejust received our newntock of CARR1 QES, consisting of tbe finest Coaches, Calashes, Rock ways, French Phastoo's, Broughams, Barouches, and Buggies This work was selected by Mr. Myers, in the best Manu factory in New York, and we think it is the boit slock of Carriages ever offered in the market, wtfl fee sold at iv price aoove cost. N. B. We bave made arrancementa with three laro-e Manufactories tfttfep v(s sunplied at the shortest notice. Jl I nn cl tArwicib tiay&O tf. No. 59, Lower Market stieet. BON AQUA SPRINGS FOR RENT These Springs will be rented for the present vear. or leased for a term of years. Tbero are extensive accommodations for visitors, and everything necessary to. nis.se them a popular piace oi resort ior una'.tn or pleasure, i ney are situated in Hickman Cocntv." Tennessee, and for the last severe) years hava'been mitch, frequented by the citizens of Davidson, Willianvson, Ma.urf and other neighboring counties." Any one wishing to rent or lease will address M RS. ELISABETH A. WEEMS, Bon Aqua. P. O, Hickman county, Tenn., or ' S. L. FIN LEY, 61 College r'.reot, opposite Planters' Bank, Nashville, mar 19 '54 if NASHVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS, SAMUEL HASUM, PROPRIETOR, WAlxtrjGsoTr, JeffersonSt.,Nashvilxe, Tenx. THE subscriber takes this method of returning his most sincere thanks to his friends, and the public generally, for the patronage he has already received, and would say to them that he is now able to furnish all kinds of cut stone, fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac, Ac. tugging. saweu, ousn nammerea ana sen iacea. Prices Sawed, three inches thick 2 SO per square yard. Bush hammer tlve " ' 2 " !' Self-faced, two " " 1 " " Orders thankfullr received and promptly attended to. rdec3 ly atAKE NOTICE 1 have now got mv STEAM . STONE SAW MILL in full operatn, aud hare" a quantity of SAWED FLAGGSou hand, and will lay them at $2 50 per square yard, tor cash. And alo, my CORN MILL will be found readv at all hours of the (lav to irrind coru for customers, at the rate of 20 bushels per hour, at the ordinary prices. junel 54 tt aAMUt.y, iiAbiiAJi. STENTIOUSE. Q. X. AVERILL. T. s-rtrvHOUSE Ai co., FORWADIN.0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2 HAYNE STREET, Charleston, S. C. RxrER ro R. Dulin: Hand. WiUiams A Wilcox. Chirles- ton; Hand, Williams & Co., Augusta; J. Norcross, Atlanta E. C. Chandler, Chattanooga; O.H.A. D.L. Collin A Co. Knoxville; T. J. Pardue, Nashville. my25 3m. . QQQ CANS OF POTASH The cheepsst and best i-OOpreparation ever sold lor making Soap; one can make 60 lbs. hard soap or 100 lbs. soft price 75 cents per can. Just received and for sale by W.F.GRAY, may 24 1 7 Broadway. Qi DOZEN SARATOGA WATER. -Just re OOceived andforsaleby W.F.GRAY, may24 17 liroadway. -i Q DOZEN OXYGENATED linTEKS. J.5Tbe most effectual remedy now known for Dyspepsia. Just received and for sale by W. F. GRAY, may 17 Broadway. OA A DOZEN DR ItOSU'S CELEBRATED O V U Family Medicines. J nit received and for sale by W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway. may24. irn SEYMORE'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL I i Supporters which W',ll be sold unusually low. Just received and for aaljby W. F. GRAY, may-- ii iiroauway. (r DOZEN BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JA OUMAICA GINGER. Jut received and for sale by may24 - r- uiiai , i uroaaway. 25bV BARRELS ROSIN. Ju3t received and for sale W. F, GR V. may24. 17 Broadwav. CONGRESS WATER. 36 dozen Congress or Saratoga Water, just received fresh from the Springs nut up in quart and pint hottles. For sale by v v H STISETCll A ORR, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union streets. may24 ELL1NG AT COST WALKING CANES, MEER CUAUM PIPES, Ac, We are selling the balance of our stock of the above articles at cost, to close out. Any one in want of them would do well to call at ap7 LYONS A CP'S. 19CedarSt F)K SALE A tract of LAND lying near McWhirt ersville, on the Lebanon Pike, containing 53 acres, all cleared except 10 acres. The improvements consist of a 2 story Frame House, 5 Rooms, good Cellars, Kitchen, Smoke House, and Servants' Rooms; also, good Buggy House. Two excellent and never-failing Springs. If desired, the crop and stock will be sold with tho place, and immediate po-.esion riven. Apply to WM. L. BOYD, Jr., junet ucnerai pcui, u, uy vus,,., o. F BROWN'S ESSENCE or jaiuAiiifl. , GINGER. This ESSENCE is a preparation of Unit siml excellence. In ordinary diarrhoea, incipient cholera, in short, all cases of prostration of the digestive iunciions. so common, it is of inestimable vaiue. iranuR iu valence of epidemic cholera and summer complaints of children, it ts peculiarly efficacious; no family, indmdjal or traveler should be without it, as it enables the system, to resist the influence of incipient disease, which lurks in a changing climate. . Uactios. ue sure io gei we genuinoiw.i, "". prepared only by F. Brown, at his Drug. and Chemical Store, N. E. Corner pfJiOb and Chestnut streets, pnusuei- phia. aqd for sale ny all the respectable Apoinecanes iu uw Untied States, and in Nashville by W. W. Berry & Ie moville, Ewin Bros, Thos. Wells, H. G. Scovell. junela Smntnw&w. TYREE SPRINGS. THIS delightful Summer Retreat will be open for the re ception of visitors on the first of July- The most am ple arrangements are made for the accommodation of those i , i -1 .i i . ..c in tWim vail VnATff n WUO ueaire w ufaii iiieuiaci.ea ui a iai. w ..v.. . watering place. It will be the constant aim and endeavor of the Proprietor to please all who visit him, and to pre serve and maintain the high reputation universally accord, ed to these Springs by all their former Patrons. Pledging himself to untiring assiduity in the discharge of all the duties devolving on him as Proprietor, he confidently hopes to receive tbe liberal ptlronage heretofore extended to him by bis friends and the public generally. jel5 tiwdtwAw (bAo) WM. ROBERTS, Proprietor LET EVERY MOTHER USE THE GRAEF- ENBERG CHILDREN'S PANACEA. -xyHEN the child is troubled with griping and flatu- WhenjSere is looseness of tbe bowels, or where the dis charge is scanty, of a bad color and smell; When ttere are eruptions, or when the skin is red and excoriated? , . When the child is attacked with Measles, Convnlsiens, Cholera Infantum orWorms, this remedy is a certain cure and its tiin will rel;eve the anxious mind of the mother at ""when the child starts In its sleep and wakes suddenly with a fixid or frightened look; ... When there are Worms this remedy is tbe most certain rnr over tnnin, ' It it be the first thing resorted to in all cases of children's diseases and almost instant relief will be experienced. ...-... . , For sale iby every Druggist in Nashville. Pnca 50 cents per bottle, with full directions. raaySl. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent. SUNDKIESe SOUTJIEltN. 0pmm6rcial Gollestt AND WRITING INS TITrU. T'E THE first term of this College will commence- on MONDAY. Feb. 12. in tf large aud spacioos room in Cooper's bloek; on ChenT streeCfire doora above Deaderick. The course o? instruction in this institution will embraca xMHui-a.eepiDg; vominercisi uiw, veBuieTciat ntameHto and PeninansniD. -' - - ' ' a. Nopnpil wiureceivaa-diplema-unulbe is thoroaghlr Students willlie lastrccied in-all Ihe modern imnrove forms adopted by the best regulated bouses in. the country mnMH.t. 1 L J;.-. . .V 11 .i.. f T uiucifl tUimaUlAIJVUSI WlUIfctiC 1113 euuT- nal, 'greatly lessening the amount'iCJabnr 'and "liability to err, aud another which reoders the use of: the Cash1 book , r i a - . - . . . . uuujiouruai superuuous, ana enaotes ine oooK-Keeper io puoi. uis ku3uuui uixuuuLi uiuiv, ana ois mercoanaise ana cash ax often as may suit his convenience. This latter form isnmre jiarticularly designed for tbe use i -ciau ouiuiifiuinenia. ' They will be taught a simple process by which the mer chant mar at all times ascertain the amount ot'his loss or -gain, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without. .(.aftuug mi me icuiuua jxvce-iu! oi uiK.iug tia inventory. -This institution, will be permanent, and has been estab- iuueu io meei me already important and growing com mercial interests of the city of Nashvilk and State of Ten nessee, and it is designed to place i t upon a basis inferior mj uuuc in uiis couniry. . The importance, to ererr buslnoas man', of tiimiUra of accounts, must be auUicientiy obvious, to all reflecting To the man of wealth, it is important hi enable him to manage his affairs scientificallv. nnd ndthnutneenniarvlnu and the Lawyer is often called upon, in the discharge of - piwic.iaiuuai uuiics, iu uiiraTex inu znos( imncaie ao couuu nut to tue young man who depends upon bis own nwuiMH f 1' 1:1. , : . ; i t . t . - . . posititin which nothing else can. '-"""-t" iui u iivcuiiuvu. ih is luva uaii e. iifnvos mm n lie aoias the post of confidential clerk in his eunlovers. servioj. In Omuection with tli!'liti:ahnian(.ia t .r,,Wm..l rn. the bctieSt of those who wish to take lessons jn writing on- ij, nrueio iu eiegaui nana writing win be imparted to all who place! themselves under the care of the preceptor. Pupils entering this institution are nut limit tn n numbey of lessons, but for a specified price may .coutinue any branch they pursue until they are perfected, retaining tbe privilege of reviewing their lessons 1 nhonn.m period, free of charge. leuii ly DNIYERS1TY OF NASHVILLE, THI3 Institution was founded by the State of Nt rth Car linair 1785 as Davidson Academy. It became Cum berland College in ISOO, and University of Nashville in 1826. The Literary Department Will be re-opened under a neiv Organmtion, and with new Buildings, on the first Wednesdav of October next KfcV. KKtVAKU iVAUSiYUKTii, 1) 1), Prof orEthics and Belles Lettres. and Chairman of the Faniltv. REV J W McCULLOUGH, DD, Prof of incient Lan pusses. JAMES 1. MEIGS, A M, Prof of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. REV J B LlNDSLEY, M D, Prof of Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. E P ZEVALLOS, Prof of Modern Languages. auittuu .yio ptrrauuuui jiaincmaiion lev 0. The Law Denartment. Will also be ooened on the first Monday of October next ru i vnic d tfnii r- , ri,a.,uiou i uuvj, 1VM, I WILLIAM F COUPER. Esa.. V Professors. , Enq. ) Fees for Lectures 1100 per annum. The Medical Department, Closed its first Session with 121 Students and 83 Graduates; its second with 152 Students and 36 Graduates, and its third with 220 Students and 71 Graduates. The fourth Annual Course of Lectures will commenea on Monday the 30th of October next, and continue till the first of the ensuing March. HUUKUT M. I'UllTEll. M D. Prof, of General anrl Srw cial Anatomy. J. BERR1KN LlNDSLEY, M D, Chemistry and Pharm acy and Dean of tho Faculty. O.K. WINSTON, M D, Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence. All. BUCHANAN, M D, Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. THOMAS R. JENNINGS, JL D., Institutes of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. W. K. BOWLING, JL D, Theory and Practice of Medi cine. JOHN M. WATSON, Ji.D, Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children. PAUL F.EVE, JI.D, Principles and Practice of Surgery. WM. T. BRIGGS, M.D, Demonstrator of Anatomy, Tho Anatomical rooms will be opened for students, on the first Monday of October. A full PRxuitiHARr course of Lectures, free to all Stu dents, will be riven by the Professors, commencing ou the first Monday of October. A Clinique has been established, in connection with the University; at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the Class. Amount of Fees for Lectures in this Department is f 105. Matriculating Fee, (paid once only,) $5; Practical Ana tomy, $10; Graduating Fee 25. Good Board can be obtained for $3 00 per week. Tbe Annual Announcement giving a full account of the several Departments of the University may be hod by ap plying to A. V. S. LlNDSLEY, marl5 '54 ldmweowoctl Sec'y Board Trustees. "TTALUABLE AGENCY A few good and re- 1 Y sponsible men are wanted to canvass the States of Tennessee and Alabama, for the Manufacturing and Mer cantile Union ol N. Y. City. The. greatest inducement are offered to travelling Agents, such that they con make from two to five hnndred dollars per month, according to their energy and effort ex erted. The fabrics manufactured and sold by this Company are Porcelain Wares, of all varieties, including TaUi Ware and Haute "trimmings of unrivalled elegance and durabil ity, and at ptices unexceptionable. These wares were awarded the first premiums at the Crystal Palace, this past t-eason, which indicates their su periority over all foreign wares. Ihe subscriber has an office and sample room at the Sashtille Inn, Nashville, where he respectfully solicits the attention of ladies and gentlemen of the city, to the exami nation of one of the principal attractions of tbe Crystal Pal. ace. lf Exclusive local Agents established on the most fa vorable terms. W. D. SICH0LS, Commissioner of Agents for the ITanufdcturiny and Mercantile Union, 860 Broadway, N, Y. City. my5 tf. EDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEN FULLY tested,'during the past year, by many of the most re spectable citizens of Nashville- The advertiser is permitted to refer to Jlr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cured of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J. Collins of the same disease. Fire cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's son was cured of Sore Eyes, after having been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for eigbt months, almost totally blind. At least one hundred respectable persons in Nashville, and its vicinity, can be e-een who will vouch for the great benefits of his course of treatment, without the use el the knife or mercury. Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im purities of the blood. Twenty years ef constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans, prior to coming to Nashville. Those interested, are res pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any charge. Office Na 47 Union st, near Cherry. noTlO ly. b EDWARD THOMAS. K. RUODES, U. T. HAGKX, W. E. CASOX, Late of Tenn. Iiate of Nashville, Late of Columbia RHODES, HAG EN Ac CO., FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. 34 Sycamore Stt eft, Eatl side, below Stcortd, CISUISSATI. Will give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro duce, etc; also to the purchase and sole of all kinds of Pro duce, and articles of Cixclnxati and Fmsmjao Manufac tures. Refer to Nashville Merchants generally. JAMES COLLINS A CO, Pittsburg, Forwarding Agents. janl d t w& w Bra. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A NEAT Frame House with 4 rooms, kitchen, servant rooms, Ac, and 74 acres of land about 24 miles from the city, near the Nolensville Pike. A bargain will be given. ALSO, for sale, a Frame Honse with 2 rooms, adjoining Brick House No. 42, near the comer of Summer and Broad streets. Apply to J. L. A R. W. BROWN, jeir.. 2w No. 68J, Cherry street A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10 tnilM north fi.9t fmm Jackson, and some 4 miles east ot the Mobib and Ohio Railroad, the same distance from Spring Creek, and contains about 700 acres. said farm nas oeeu lung nmsmcu uuo ui io ur in the cohmv. and is located in a healthy section, entirely exemnt from the visitation of Uholera. Inere are v.vj acres cleared inn a, ana a cnmionaoie x w cuuin i HOUSE a commodious GIN HOUSE and eood'COTTON PRESS an excellent STABLE, and other necessary out houses. mt - 1 1 . , . i . I .-1 . 1 1 M inesaiuxarni iiasaiuoa& leriiic auu ruuuvtuer nuu, admirably adapted for the cultivation of Cotton, and could be made one of the best sock-farms in West Tennessee, being well watered with five never-failing Springs, and a hpnntiful rrpplr. Any person desirous of purchasing, is invited to examine the premises and learn of the subscriber other particulars as.to terms, c tuuo. u. tt,flnt,a. jy2 SmtriwAw VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE." NE HUNDKED AND FIFTY ACRES of verr J slrable LAND, divided into SIX LOTS, containing from C to 50 acres each, known as the Cheatham and tiwing Land; situated between 5 and 6 miles trom Nashville, ou the Nolensville Turnpike. The greater part cf the Land is Timbered and well Watered. Also, an eligible BUILD ING SITEou each LOT, commanding a fine view of the TnmniV. nt Vhvill nnH nhetlannoe Railroad. We nrtu uti iha .Vwm... i i vn .t A TTftT in V at the Court House in Nashville, on SATURDAY, the!2d dav of.Jnly next, ii no; previously sola ai pnYaio smo, ' apply atNo.63, Cheny street, to J Real Estate" Agents. je27 dtrw&W td, ' ' iMEBIGINE, DSrJD.elloso's' RIVER CHOLERA REM- limaUMdwater, ttipSnre.lim.sfn ehlUrVn, &c!,iu I XT. !hr?"?ual tw these complaint, suehas Klnni arfeTMiM,',Uf ""healtby, which tatt.lt "Uy thect tS? J "BjwyncewMofc would perma- iwmV "'I'"" " the samd time 'wnk tua tvk It eretlnnM. an flWevt-Mrtr.Wh rtw-.- the d,ri-iiZSZ. i t-i . c' wuicb wonld mow and COATS OF.TBE.-s-roMACH- - -. And lumany Instance tha etrcu"cir i.i v . worse an.t-Joro.JelioMS-Ww Vjlnjr mother U it th.t ha,c..t o?. ot.e.df,ettore Chareas ofherchi drlm ariar rtr oict asWniTniii MR, PaBpSOS RtVGR, CHOLERA RKMEDT Ii offdred at a medicinal combination, about which no such objections csn be raised. Its action Is mrmanent.att4 deci. ded,Iravln?u6 after effects" upon Iha'sTstem in ibalnit n,.. judicial, baton fhe'conf raiy ,l sllmalates and' strengthens- untitle ,ia actMjila laisuninannnti, . f BLOOD AND VITALITY - " Coursing throajh the) debilitated, reins relnvlguraUi and trsagthess tho alimentary canal arouses the Liver and Ktomachto a lively senjj of Jlidir rwpecllvi' duties bring ing about a coihbined healthy action of their secretive pow erscalls lorth'the rcKuperaura iuuu'enco ef nature excius." the Liver to a healthy scrttion nt bile cheeks the weaten- lug watary discharxea bf-tbolMxrele rovivitios and braces, no tha nmoeblod condition of the nervous system Immefdt- atolyrerivea aed strengthens the low-splrlted and hjpe chondrlac)whc.imagIneaie . LAST LINGERING KAY OF HOPE . " To hi fled stimulate thdvhoieiuachiati of man through- Oat tbe moment it is taken elljtvs II niuwi tntelnvit tnn, totitach relaxes andini&ledblh'Iv overcomes evera Pre ni nfc' and Spasms annlhlllutes every vestige of pala-hi the twwels DARK CLOCD3 6r DE3PAIR' Which have cluttered round about thosa wharara aSlacted with Summer OimDlalutb-eheexa tliu nr.ifm llrhr.. uu iiviau wu whu inu berrmcrscreams or a. iuuiolms, itjiJEK M.IIISLINO, Acts like a charm on the eurly, rosy truest gives buoyaney, lire and vivacity to the a;ed parents and straws healln, happiueea, and loor life all along thedrsoljte Valley of Sum mer Cora plain u. We hare sala thlsmachin favor of our wonderful medicine, and will say more If yon or any of your Nraliy are affected with any disease ror which It Is recommen ded, buy one bottle and itsa it. and if U does not rive vou complete satisfaction, call on our acent and tbe MONEY "WILL lit: UKKIIN'IIKII After you havo urd the whole bonis ot .Medicine. 1 f this Is not fal r and honest dealing, wo Ou not know what in. Composed wholly of vereiablt uiaUer, partly oftha most approved BOTANIC MEDICINE, Selected with great earr, as tu their purity, and prepared ac cordlue tu the ruortaiiprcvext plan, it cannot fall to achieve the object in new, viz : Tliatof being the most speedy and effectual remedy for nil forms i.t Bjivr,L. UU.Mr-I.Air, I B Now before the public. - - Two doses will cure any nrdinarr Dlarrhira. and 10 drum will check the Bowel Complaint U children. The price of the Mediclue) l so low th.l It U, within the reach or all. ' Oueboltlo warrJl,t.J to zivo . t ..'action. Orders from the country. Mildr,-..e.l tniiur th DnmrUi, InNataville, will receivs prompt attention, auJ Is also fur sale at th- Family Medicine Store, No. 4 Public tfocare, by myx' l - liKUJlliUDUC at go. TO FHE MEDICAL PROFESSION. EYMOUR'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL SUPP0RTE1C A new remedial Airent or a a new method of applying: an old and most populaTone,ls now presented to the Prot'ewion, and throuzn tt to all who are afflicted, with diseases requiring thaipplieatlonotGAt, VAAlci2l,sucli as Amenorbea; tjhlorosts; Dysmenorehea; Prolapsus Uteri: Leuchorbea: Hysteria: Lnmbmra: ornain in the back, liyspepsia, (depaadani na atony of the stomach) weakness from any causa of lhr nervous or muscular sys tem, and all kindred affections. Io the Physicians it is enough to say, this Instrument Is so constructed, that areu tia Oalraniccurrentismade ta .pass through an organ, a rousiu;and slliuulitln; it to healthy aellou, thus astistlna; andoft usupercediDr other remedle. (See opinions or the best authors of tha day, Medical Journals, aud AI. U"s. In asbvllte and other cities u;iuc the Instrument. It Is the mostsclontiScally constructed Abdominal Supporter, yet laveuted, which wUt bn apparent to any scientific man on inspection it is eo eonsirocted that either its galvanic or mrcuaiiicaieuupurkinaj avanpeiucnvilD, as may DO inal- cabtdby eaeb case. Physicians a all UasapoWaiallrin com battluEsome of the most troublesome ot diseases, which or ton tax tneir paueuce ana skui. Seymour's Obstetrical Supporter. This ll used to brace and sustain Ladles' in that most try In? hour of Ufa "Labor." No Ijidy anticipating this ordeal, would thine of dispensing with its nse, if they knew one half itsadvantages. It places under the control of the patient all the aid she requires. No accoucher can maintain his obste trical practice, who does not use It, when its efficacy has been made known to tho public. HhYMOUK'S PLACES IM. FOItCEPS. This instrument has onlr to be seen, to be approved and appreciated. (See M. D's in Nashville and other places ustnirthem.) All or ders addressed to K. 1). PA Y.NK, care of Berry & Demovltlo, NashviIle,Tenn., from tbe States of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ala bama, Georgia, Florida, ills jLiaipp! Louisiana, Texas, or Arkansas, forehherof the above Instruments, will meet with prompt attention. They can also be bad at the following houses: J. G. BROWN'S, H. G. SCOVEL'S, W. F. GRAY'S, J. M. ZIMMERMAN'S, G. W. HENDERSUOrS, Mrs. R. A CO.ES', No.68 North Market st,asd C. ABOBINSON A Co., Sbelbyville. mar8 '54 6m ROGERS' LIVERWORT AND TAR FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS. COLDS. INFLUENZA, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, SPITTING OF BLOOD, AN1J ALL OTHER LUNG COMPLAINTS TENDING TO CONSUPJ1TIO.W JXjfTbLs preparation is getting Into nse all over our coun trjTThe numerous letters we receive from ou r various agenU, inlormlng us of cures effected in their Immediate neighbor hoods, warrant us in sayine it isoneot tha best, if not tbe very best COUGH MEDICINE now before the public It almost invariably relieves and not unfrequenUy cures tbe very worst cases. When all other Cough preparations hare failed, this has relieved the patient, as Dru-gists, dealers in Medicine, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent in your nearest town, what baa been his experience of the effects of this medicine. If he ha been selling it forany la rth of time he will tell you IT IS THE UEST 11EDICI.NE EXTANT. Below we give a few extracts from letters we have received lately regarding the virtues of this MEDICINE. Dr.S.3. Oslin.of Knoxvilla,Gasays: "Ihave been using yonr LIVERWORT and TAR very extensively in my prac tice for three years past, and, it is with pleasure 1 slate my belief in ITS SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER ARTI CLES with which 1 am acquainted, tor which it is recom mended." Messrs. Fitzgerald & Benners, writing from "Waynesville, N.C.eay: "The X1VERWORT and TAK Is becoming daily more popular tn this country, and we think Justly so. All who have tried itspeak in commendable terms of it, and nay it Is very beneficial in alleviating tbe complaints for which it is recommended." Our A tent in Pickens District, S. C.Mr.S. K.MoFall, as sures us "that Le uses It with great beuefit in his own family, and recommends itto his neighbors." He gives an instance of aNegro woman, iu his vicinity, who had been suffering with disease of the Lungs fur years, attended with severe coujb, who nai relieved by the Liverwort and Tar. Huchaiethe good reports we bear of this Medlcinafrom all parts of the South, for a report of the surprising cures it is performed iu the Western and Northern and Eastern States, we would Invite the suffering patient to read the pamphlet wnicn accompanies eacu Dome, so an, we say, have hope, have hope TRY THE MEDICISBII BE WAKNED IN SEASON It And neglect not that cough which is daily weakening your constitution, irrltatingyeurthroatand longs, and ineitingou that dread disease, Consumption, when so soothing and Healing aremrdy can Da obtained a ur. uogers' ojrnpoi Liverwort and Tar. BEWARROF COUNTERFEITS AND BASE IMITATIONS! The eenulne article ts signed ASDREW UOGEKd, on tha engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, 31 per Dome, or six ootues ior sa. s wuoioiw and retail by SCOVIL & MKAD, 111 cnanres si.u-.;.i4iniT.aou ..jatuis, Sots Aiii-m roa thi SooTuxax Statks. to whom all orders and application for Agencies must ba addressed. SOLD ALSO.Bx BERRY & DEMOVAL, EWIN BROTHERS, W. V. GRAY, J. M. ZIMMERMAN, July! dtrw&w Cm. Nashville. - JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTEH; nip i'.duit WWMKI1V FOR KHKUMATISM. Gout. P.in in ihaSide. Hlo. Limbs and Joints: ferofula. Kins' I Evil, WhiteSwellIng,nardTumors,SUff Joints, ad all ax.d pains wna'ever. v . . i ,....,.1.1 In Mu..r inknt. .nrh as P-tfl and Weakness lathe Stomach, Weak'Limbs, Lameue-a, Af- fectlon of theLungs in their primary sUje. It de.troye la- Oamalloubv personation. , ,, . .,- James L."Boyd, Pickens dlsUlct, Soutl. Carolina, testifies that, by In use alone, he waieured r Rhemnatliin In both of hi- knee, ol sereial years suudlog. The Mlowlna- was bandeJ us by a respectable physician In .Georgia. . nant. . TT,Tnfien"n.lnt. your LIverwo and Tar Hebrew Piaster very extensively in my r.,cilceforthreovearspat.and it it with pleasure that I stale my belie! In their superiority ovax ail othxr akticlis, wltli vnicu l am acquaroieu, ior me purpu,c-iui .ua. iucj are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, I an c.iiviaiAt. raXaCEA for local pains. Ihavealso fouud it a mot exccllint application for Sprain and Bruises. It give unirersal satisfaction wherever used. S.S. OS LIN', M. O. Kn&XTlllr, Ga., March 4th. 1843. Try Bewareor Counterfeits and base Imitations. The genuine will lnfuture have the signature of E.TATioa on the steel plate engraved on thlabel on the tup ofeacn purcbaaersareadrbadthatameen counterfeit oXthi ar ticle ts lnT existence. . ....(nt- The'genulne issold only by us, andby our agents PPlnl ed through thecoma--ad no r " ""d r.u,,t it. Dealers and Purchasers generally """"ifu t" buying of any but uur regularageat. otherwise they wiU w imposed upon with wortalM'artlcl. S,0VII( jje.-). orders must WrarUblr be adretsed. SOLDALMJl DEMOV1LLE, EW1N BKOTHHKS, W, P.GOAY. Jalyl-dtwdewCm J.M. ZIMMERMAN. BEAVER DAM SPRINGS. HICKJIAN COtTNTf, TENN.-FORTY-EIOHT TCXV2& WEST OF COLUMBIA rpHK? well known and popular Watering Place is novr I for the" accommodation of Visitors. WUV B. EASLY -will devote bis personal attention espe M'.tr tn thn iirurvision of the establishment. DOCTOR ALEX. M. KELLER, (late of Courtland. Ala.) will spend, the entire season mere, so tnat v tutors woo may . - . - - , - ... :ii i. : - 1 1 .. relmre meulCBAasaiauuicc miu uave a. uttuu. r. -t -it r v.: ,A ,rr CmJbih t -w j VyOacu w 'IU sua uvui wiuuwia J uk. 'ft.-- . WILLIAM B. EASLEY A Ce, ' iuneT dltawAw2m. A-uhlTersii and Instantaneous7 Remedy for all the protean Jorme orBfumer,, Cornplainta,-which are la any j, ay caused oy latlng; cfnrijvs fnuu and lndigestiblo foo.1, change of B.R. R. WHAT DO THESICICRSQUIRF? TO THOSE who think; If sick, ifsuffenng the) tortures of pals, or afflicted with long- illness, tha iayalid'a constant hope and most fervent desire is to be raise red and 'cured ortha distressing ailment, that renders his exist ence fomiferable, in the quickest possible time. Os this principla the R- RR REMEDIES are founded. iBstar.t Belief from Pain, Quick Cure of Diseases, Speedy Rseaora .fcoow Health, U the great platform on which the S.B. R. Theory fs predicated. " Tbe EKK REMEDIE3 ara worthy of fho age. Thay instantly relieve the twd-ridden from tha moat eieraeiatm; pai a, and quickly free the alHicted from the most obstinate aud senoas maladiea. infmiag new Ufa and vigor m the shattered and bvnbed body, anil renew each Eaeaberand Organ of the human system with strength and power. " TheRTi R REMEDIES consist oflXkDWAyH HRA. LDY RELIEF, RAD WAYTtHEhoATING RESOLVENT RADWAYS READY RELIEF is for the instant relief gressof diseases; to disinfect animal, malarious and infec tious poisoej; thus protecting whoever uses it against all poisonous infection from-C&utagioa, and from sudden at Megs of ChoJera, Pneumonia, Ship Fever, Fever and Ague, Ac. Xikewlia for tha effectual and radical ramcrai of all paiasand diseases of the Joints, Limbs, Nervea, Ac, ' Its first actiau is to rexaore tbe pain, (hence its usenlneaa iTNeuraJgic cases,) its second, to repair and heal, as in thecAie of a cut, or wwind. If tha Relief be applied after the first littt rr,onr ;. T.K.J A uwe Koxkof reparation nhw commences. But if tha Relief iitT WP'iea, mere are many chances to on that the pain 3ril.a?indla innamation be set ep, and instead of ' Zu tS? Siai we Utb Inftaniation-dbeasa to con tend. with. Besides its dir.tTw,.nw...;- ,.. i- Xh:BSXt?i?al d convenienrterUri. antr Jhat is known to the medical world. If there be a congestion or hnn. .r.i.. vij ! pareenlar Prt, occasioning pain and threatening in- g - - - " ' r t s . r- ;., rr i-iwioago or pains to ttejotus. PJeurafac cougesUon, Ac, tha RtltefwUl beScnd the rnoet mvahubla curative. By applying it over the ad jacaat parts the, blood is drawn away from, tha aSectexl pans, the congestion dissipated and tha pain removed at oucev Let any who may doubt this but maka the triaL Now, these tiro properties, iU power over pais, aed its WviiTifop irritant" ranrlai ittti,mA.I -rain. Ma mh4 r Drarrhcea;nd although not au astringent in tbe popalar meaning of the term, yet it stops the pain and arrest tha discharge) of the most frightful Diarrhcea or Cholera la a short time. DISINFECTANT . RADWAVS READY RELIEF is the most safe aad pow erful disinfectant in the world as sura, it is a most effec tual cure and positive preventative of FEVER AND AGUE. So with other fevers and all malarious diseases. Tan or twenty drops, taken internally, in a little water, will pro tect tbe system against any attacks from infectious and ma. larioua poisons. PNEUMONIA, whether Typhoid or Bilious, RADWAY'S READY RE LIEF, given internally, and applied over the surface of the body and tha boweli regulated and kept soluble with RAD. WAY'S REGULATORS, the patient will soon be out tf danger, and speedily restored lo health. If the R.R.R. Remedies are given, they will save tha Ufa of tha patient RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT is the second of the K.I1R Remedies It is for th cure of old Chronic Diseases that Lave been lingering in the sys tem for veaxs. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO ALL AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC DISEASES. Forthe present, then, let us pass to tho eonjideral ion of tbe RESOLVENT, the second of its three ICR. R. Medicine RADWAY'S RENOVAVING RESOLVENT is for the cure of Chronia Disease, of inilatmrtationthatUkeptalight on fire by some sustaining cause, forthe Chemists tclla us that inflammation is a low concealed combustion. And this cause is a deposit resulting from the mfUousattotswhilat it is in an active or acute condition, for all diiasase a at one time Acute before it become chronic If a pftson has Chronic Rheumatism, it is the result of a dtp Bit In th fibrous tissue surrounding joints; if a person Is Ssrofutoiy. these-deposits often show themselves iu small lump under tbe chin and along the neck; if he bave a Consumption, or Chronic Cough, there is tuberculous matter denoaitad in the mugs: it Bronchitis, it takes place in the Broach lal tubes; it Syphilis, it occurs in every tiasu and organ in the whole system, tor that disease spares nothing. Nov to cure these diseases, these chronic tnflamntation; (for it is this in every case.) it U manifest that the diseased deposits must ue iini rcuiuvcu, we au&iauuuf. cause oe taxen away, and that the impure blood be altered in iu condition and rendered pure ananeaiiny. It become necessary, then, that the absorbents beactive and the blood be purified. W e Ihtrs&ce want a medians ihatwill act ou the absorbents and stimulate them into ao lion, and tt the Mm time purify the blood. Medicines that depend merely on purifying tbe blood alone will iorcely ever cure chronic disease: to ensure success they must at first have the power to stimulate the absorbent, and re move the diseased deposits. The action of the RESOLV ENT is directed first to the absorbents, stimulating-them into action; and second to the blood, which it depurate by its action over the glands; the liver, pancreas, kidneys, Ac which are the sewers that nature has established for purify ing the blood. You will after this description, we hope, . precii te the name we have gtventotheR.R.R. REMEDIES OF RENOVATING RESOLVENT. It resolves away dis eased deposits; it purifies ths blood and it renovates the. sys tem. Tumors are removed and dispersed by its operation Chronic Swellings are dissipated; Nodes are softened and melted away. The most loathsome Skin disease disappear underits actior?; Scrotulous constitutions are soon amended and the disease checked wherever it has attacked the sys tem. Syphilis, with all it horrible train of concumitaut, here finds a certain and infallible cure; and Consumption zoo, oflimes hndsiU master Consumption, that prevalent and lamentable disease ol the lungs, tnat is ao well known to you all, from its fatal and almost helpless character, and the havoc it produces among the young, the most gifted and the most beautiful of the human race, creeping over our vi tals with an insidious yet awful certainty, and consigning to an early and premature grave its yearly hecatombs of vic tims. Tubercular Consumption la often regarded as a specific disease of the lung alone. This is a mistake, it is but one of tbe forms of ScruTula it is a Scrofulous deposit and inflammation of the lung structure, and could be as readily cured as any other Scrofulous disease saeh as Rickets, Hip Complaint or white swelling if it was not for the peculiar structure and action of the lungs in which ittakes place. The lungs expand and contract during every respiration: and from the moment the first breath ot life is drawn, un til the last guttural sigh passes from the dying invalid, a never-ceasing action is kept up on their part. It will read ily be conceived then, how difficult it must be fur an ulcer of the lungs to heal, where it is continually kept irritated by thu act of breathing. Understand, then, we do not offer you the RESOLVENT as so certain a cure for Consumptioa. or Scrofula of the lungs,asitis for other Chronic diseases. We believe it will cure Scrofula in any other part of the bodv, but from the very nature of the case, this complaint except in its first stages is of times incurable; bat we can recommend it as the most certain remedy (when taken as directed iu our pamphlets) that we possess to arrest its progress, and can point to a large number ot cases of Lung Diseases that t bast cured. Sucn then, is tha Renovating Resolvent What the re lief is to Acute disease the Reiolrent is to Chronic it re solves away the foreign and diseased deposite; it purifies tbe blood and it renovates the system. Na S. We now request the reader's attention to tbe third ot the R R REMEDIES. RADWAY'S REGULATORS Every pill taker should examine the theory on which the Regulators are founded. Everyone "who takes pilia" will find Bad way' Regula tors the most pleasant at.d safe Regulator of the Liver, Bow els, Kidneys, and other organs of tue system in use. We have hitherto been creating of disease or inflamma tion in iu acute or chrome state, and iu remedies: the RE LIEF on one band aud the RESOLVENT in the other. We now pass to the consideration of that state of the system im mediately preccc-ding dise-aje or inflammation, viz: Irrita tion. To allay irritation of tbe nervous system, and re more iU effects wherever it exists, and to aid the RELIEF oc RESOLVENTin treatment ofmuasunatiou, are the chief purpo.es of the REGULATORS. But bow is nervvtia irritation tbe cause of disease? Be cause the glands of the system a' e controlled by the brain, aud nervous centers, and whatever irritates the brain sous es irregularities of the glands; and when the glands rernsa to do their work, the foreign matter which it is their dnty to remove, is left in the bloud, and increases the already ex isting imUtioo. The grand are sewers of the system, and are composed chiefly ot the Liver, tbe Kidneys, the Paa-creasCj-the Salivary Glands, and those of the akin, and in testinal canal. Now, a regular and honest action of these organs are mdispeneable to keeping the blood in a pore and natural state. If we give you poison instead of food to eat, juu can easily unuenuna mat ine uiuoa will be corrupted uy it, and diseased action will follow; and it will be just as Mirely corrupted if the glands do not abstract th worn out materials from it Again if tbe kidneys be interfered within their cctien, from any irritation whatsoever, why then we have the aalu ufthe.urine the. poisouou urea circulating in th blood. producing headaches, coma drowimess, etc. Ana, last, anu most important o ui, u an' uuuug causes interfere with the operation of that great laboratory. the Liver, belioia toe aisistrons etiectsi ice one, nmesa of pasiintr into the lUestine to aid them in their move menu, tior tuc mieia .i uu w.. w.. v in the bloedjthe bowels, therefore, become inactive aud the carbonirerou bile (for carbon or charcoal 54 the chief component or bile; circulating in the blood is the crjua of the brers of the system. The superabundance of tin car bon in the blood meeting with the oxygen as it passta thro' the lungs is (lowly consumed, and gives out a auperabunt dance ol" heat, and this is fever. RADWAY'S REG ULATORS induce a healthy regular ity of glandular action. No costiveness, or dyspepsia, or indigestion, or pains in the side, or liver complaint or pains in the kidneys, will trouble yon if Radway'a Regulators are taken:'and h positively assure all who are afflicted with these dyatesslng complaints that 1 tad way's Regulators will cure them- R. K. It Remedies are suited to tbe treatment aad, Un aided, will cure most of "the tils that Scab is heir to." The sanguinary practice ot the lancet the cuppiug-glixs, asd leeched, they entirely dispense with, and banish forever ths pernicitnts nse of that baneful drug, calomeL If you be sick, we advise you to resort at once to the R. R. R. Remedies, as the most prompt in their action, the most sate and effectual of remedies. Jmtancei of. diseases prevented, of rapid cures, and al most, miracutoos recoverie, we can furnish yoa the certifi cates and credentials without number. But these may be obtained without merit at well sswith it, and, without knowing the circumstances, prov nothing torourLTund. The R. R. R. Remedies are for sale by drusgut every where. Persons deairora IfX?"? ieirnamesand TA ca,JW ptca ,(. N.Y R.B. B,foraI. by Pgg"f ,Wrai, A Y Wnolestlo Agent for Tgnncswe. MANDFIELDS A CO, Metnpeia. iUDOIN, WELLS A JOHNSON, caaiutccoga. iaad Mtrcaaais everywhere. gggajjjsjjjjg