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Miscellaneous.
THE SHORT CORN CROP
m the SEASON Is a calamity most seriously felt and
deeply deplored by alL Hat notwithstanding the crop
mU to a large extent, be cut oIT.it is cot entirely without
remedy. This is to be found in a machine known as
Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Kill and Crusher,
which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and
stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice.
j TU MiU.it tlrong and duralU, ftrfecUv tlmpU in itt
"V1 construction, and admirably adapted to the purposes for
which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of
corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding,
suitable for family use, three bushels ot meal per hour:
crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and
shellin" twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time
.all o? which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani
mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction
of the purchaser.
This -Mill is desirable to the firmer and stock raiser for
many reasons
1st It is the only-portable mill having the combined
capacity of grinding, shelling, and crushing corn.
2d Unlike other portable mills, all extra gearing, fram
ing, shads, spindles, horse powers, and the like are entirely
dispensed with.
3d 1 1 exempts theposscssor from a dependence upon wa
ter mills, which during seasons like the present, is quite
uncertain, and frequently attended with many inconveni
ences and rexiilious delays'.
4th The use of this mill will secure tothefarmer a sav
ingof at least fifty per cent, in the quantity of grain con
sumed, whilst it is an admitted fact proven by those who
have tried the experiment, and established by scientific
test, that stock fed upon crushed or gronnd com, are more
healthy, thrive better, and fatten in much Wss time than
stock fl in a different manner.
Uy the old method of feeding corn upon the ground a
lai & portion is wasted, and whatever nutriment the cob
may contain (about torty per cent) entirely lost Whilst
(it rmshin? and proper feeding, a lanre and useless waste
is Avoided, and all thenurtriineut of the cob secured be-
ingso much clear gain. These are factt; and worthy of
careful consideration.
The undersigned having purchased the right lo the above
mill in Davidson, Robertson, Marshall, Giles, Dickson, and
Hickman counties, Tennessee, persons wishine touurchase.
will please address the undersigned at Nashville, Tenu.
The mills are furnished and put up ready for use, at Sev
enty rive uoiiara eacn,
J. C. BALDWIN
K? Persons wanting these mills in Bedford, Franklin
or Lincoln counties, will address J. I'. Deomqoolk. at
Sbelbyville. In Warren. Cannon or Coffee counties, ad
dress A. S. Laxglkt, at Nashville, Tenn. In Montgomery,
Rutherford, Williamson, Wilson and Sumner counties, ad
dress it. uauver, riasliville, Tenn. sepi! worn
TO iUERCHANTS.
Fancy Silk U o it n e t s.
OASES fancy Silk llonnets in store. For sale by
12
may u
A. MORRISON A CO.
L
IJGHOKN HATS. 3 cases 111 k Leg'n Hats,
8 cases bite Iguorn llats;
2 " Bovs Tuscan Hats.
In store and for bale by A. MORRISON A CO.
VaTIM.OiV CRADLES I doz. Willow Cradles
V V and Carriages, in store and for sale by
mayll A. MORRISON A CO,
'O KRPIJJIERY, Arc. A general assortment of cheap
X Colognes, Jiears (ill, Hose Uil, tlx Alarrow, iyons
Kalharion, Barry's Tricopherous, 1'earl Powder, Ac., on
hand and for sale bv A. MORRISON & CO..
Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square and Deaderick
.. 1 tn.11 KA
J WISHING TACKliU. Fish llooks, Lines, Reels,
? Rods, Bait, Floats, Minner Nets, Artificial Minners,
Flies. Worms, Ac Just received and for sale by
apIS A. MORRISON A
CO.
MATCHES! .HATCHES!! 150 gross Patridge's
Matches in store and for sale by the case or single
gross. je A. MORRISON ACQ.
LOOKING-GLASSES. 100 dozen assorted 6ize3.
For sale by je25 A. MORRISON A CO.
SUNDRIES. 100 doz. Port Monies, ass'd quality;
175 doz Shoe, Cloth and Hair Brushes;
50 gross Mason's Blacking, assorted sizes;
0 Nest's Market Baskets, 4 in nest;
20 " Clothes do, 3 in nest;
50 Willow Wagons and Cabs;
25 " Cradles, and about
200 dozFrench Baskets, assorted. In storeand for sale
by A. MORRISON A CO.,
Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square and Deaderick
street. june25
rpoiLET TABLliS. 12 Chamber Toilet Setts, just re-
JLceivedby jetf.J A. MORRISON A CO.
TUP LADDERS AND CLOTHES HORSES. Just re
ceived anew supply. je'J.J A. MORRISON & CO.
UNDRlhS. Just received, Ice Picks, Ice Mallets, Ice
Hatchets, Water Caniers and Water Coolers.
jo'j. A. MORRISON A CO.
W" ATE It COOLERS. Superior Water Coolers,
various sizes and patterns, just received and for sale
by A. MORRISON A CO.,
may21 corner Deadenck st. and Square.
MATCHES loo gross round superior Matches. In
store and lor sale by the case or single gross.
jelCU" A. MORRISON A CO.
FINE CIGARS. I invite the attention of smokers to
to a supply of Regalias, which I have received to-day.
ap2o. J. NIXON, Jb.
B
RAN I) V JF1 t O1TS.--J0 dox. assorted Brandy i nuts
J list received. ap2o J. NIXON, Jr.
CLARET! CLARET ! I 25 cases finest quality
Tabte Claret ever ottered in this market. Also 25
cases good ordinary, suitable for the trade, for sale low by
junel6 UEORUE URE1G:
CHAMPAGNE. Just received and for sale 70 bas
kets superior Champagne Wines, &e ected from a.
BKHigst the most celebrated brands in the country, and war
ranted, by junelii GEO. URE1Q.
THRESH PINE A'i'I'LES Received this day per
JJ steamer Nashville and for sale by
apl8 GEORGE GRE1G.
BANANAS Rec'd per steamer Nashville, bunchone
Fresh Bananas, and tor sale by
aplB GEORGE GREIG.
COCOA NUTS Just ree'd per steamer Nashville two
tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale by
apl8 GEORGE GREIG.
TpiGS 500 Drums Fresh Figs, superior quality, received
apis
-VTEESON'S PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS;
XN and Nelson's Patent retined Isinglass. Just received
wid for sale by GEORGE GREIG
leb-5.
CRACKERS. Soda, Butter and Water Crackers,
madeevery day. augl3. J. NIXON, Jr.
JUST FRO.U THE COUNTRY.
A'
No. 1 negro mau a good Stone Macon and good ser
vant, anil. DAHUS JC I'UIUCll.
DR. P. S. WOODWARD. Office No. 9 Cherry street,
three doors north of Church street, has on hand Vacine
Matter of the very bestquality, which he will supply to the
profession generallv nctri ly
NOTICE.
THE oBdersingned havingthis day disposed of his inter
cstin the concern of Nichol, Peacock & Co., to Chas.
M. Nichol and James Peacock, takes this method of return
ing thanks tn his numerous friends for the patronage here
tofore so liberally beUnve.l on him, and solicits a continu
ance of the same to Ins successors.
C. M. Nichol and James Peacock are alone authorized fo
collect and pavall debts duo to and from the late farm.
Nashville, August a2. '54. JOHN F. SANDERSON.
WAGONS ANO PLOWS In variety and quan
tity, and or the best quality maybe had at the Ag
ricultural Manufactory, No. 73 Market street, .Nashville,
Tenn. my?" tn-w
.TEG ROES FOR SALE. We have on hand about
THIRTY NEGROES, amongst them a
verv valuable
i .. . , n - j
LMxm v iwuiMtiiiiii. if man S liia wit "7. ft bov 10.
a girl 7, and a gul 5 vears old. Tins family of Negroes are
sold for no fault, and come "well recommend tnd proper;
lv vouched for. Also a No. 1 Man, 1M years old, good body
and dining-room servant. Call soon.
b DABBS A PORTER.
awglS. If.
ATtTvRE CHANCE FOR A 1'ROITTAULE
JNVES.T.HENT.
A VALUABLE FARM FORSALEI-I offer for
salt- mv Farm, Iving in District No. 6, on Mill iCL
Creek, ten miles from the city, immediately on the NasU
villeandCliatUnooga Railroad, and half a mile from An
tiocn Depot. The land fnmta more than one-lourth of a
mile on Uie Railroad. The soil ol the portion cleared is
unsurpassed tor fertility. About one-half the tract is
heavily timbered, and a niarket tor all the wood furnished
br the Railroad. The tract contains aDout MiO acres, well
watered, and the mostot it under good cedar fence. The
Mill Creek Valley Turnpike is linishod to within two or
three hundred yards of the land. To any person wishing
one of the most desirable Farms in Davidson county, an
excellent opportunity is now offered. The improvements
are good and substantial. CUAS. M. HAS.
jyt:, lt54 eoAlf.
EfVGLISBI CATTjLK.
rpo Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best
1 Breed Cattle from England, embracing
FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE,
with Devons, Hereford's, Avrshire and Alderny COW S.
ALSO. Fine' Southdown, Colswold'a and Licesler
5IIEEP.
AliiiO. Suffolk, Essex and Berkshire SWINE. Im
ported on Commission bv
Messrs. TH0.S. BETTS & BROTHERS.
Every information with regard to terms and shipments
sf Stock to America, mil be stnetly attended to by apply
Ingto li. U. bUsrMAN, Nashville, Tenn. je24
IN CHANCERY AT JACKSON.
Thomas Ingrain, Admiuistrator, (t. alt.
Thomas Nenburr. Kimitor, tL aU.
IN pursuancr tj an order of the Chancery Court, made in
the above cause at the September Term lS5t, I shall
selIontheUR.sT MUNDAY IN DECEMBER NEXT in
the town ol Denmark, tV valuable projrty known as the
Kstinnula Turnpike, , Tawrn flmise. Cotton Slied
ic At; together with some ls.xi to 2ooo acres of land'
About COO aores of as g 1 Coiton Und as is in Madison
coiinlv, the remainder lying in llaiclne lt..ttom, well situ
ated for a stock farm. This is a flue tavern stund a cood
saw and grist mill good cotton shed, Ac., Ac. The turn
pike and ierrv, have been paying lo per cent, on $12 to (23
i)00 since tba building (S the same in ls3.; taking it an
together ii is a desirable property.
TERMS tiooo cash, balance 1 and 2 years. Any in
formation wanted bv addressing the Clerk and Master by
letter, iwst paid, will be attended to and information given
immediately. THOMAS ULAKK,
octltd tri-wAw. Clerk and Master.
1500
Kegs Hazard's Kentucky Rifle;
300 half Kegs, do do
200 ir. do do
1000 canisters, 1 lb. each, iu magazine, and for
S. 11. LOO.HIS.
sale by
SOUTHERN UOUTfii !
THE following Classification and rates of Transportation
havo been established by the Roach connecting
Charleston and Savannah with Nashville:
f HIST CLASS.
Books and Stationery, Boots. Shoes and Half, Bottled ;
Liquors and Oils.
Pantonine ana opinis lurpenime, in casms aim ujhhu,
Carpetmg., . . .
China, Glass ana utass ware, cigars in cases, vjiwius.
Confectionerv. Cutlerr. in boxes and cases, Dry Goods,
in boxes and bales. . , , ,
Drugs, Fruit Trees and ShrcDbery, a urs, uaraen oeeas.
Lookmr Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners
risk." . ... .
Oysters, in cans and jars, saaoiery, im are,ieasana
Spices, perlOO VT1 T. A QC
Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Castings and Ma
chinery. T . , . .
f oreign Xiiquora, iu uacreis ur pipes, vyoiuage, luuaccu,
in boxes, Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolls
and boxes. Oils, in barrels or casks, Crockery and Queens,
ware, in crates and casks. Rice, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of
Paris, ic per 100 lbs. Jl 00
Boxes, Furniture, Piano Fortes, Carriages, "boxed," and
other light articles, not enumerated. Also, Carboys of
ACias, win oe iKeu at aciuai weigui, uui cuargeu uouuie,
1st class rates per 100 lbs. $2 40
All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rates of
anal aeons articles.
... , 1- r It T- 1 !tl 4!J
.nercaanis snipping irsm me.rasxern ciues win unu
this the cheapest, as well as the most expeditious route.
Freights from New Yorkand Philadelphia to Charleston
and Savannah, ranges from 6 to 12 cents per cubic foot,
according to class ana cuaracter 01 vessels.
As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savan
nah have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding of
Merchandise, it will be necessary to assign to Commission
Merchants at those points.
Shiuners may rely upon a strict adherence to the above
rates. 11. 1. ANDERSON, Super'f,
Nashville, July 4 tf K. C. R. R.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
No shipments entitled to the above rates unless each and
every package has the name of the Depot of delivery, and
the initials N. i C. R. B. plainly marked upon it.
H. I. A.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. This Road
being now complete, it opens a communication be
tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh and
Baltimore, bv which freitrht from the West can reach an
Eastern Market quicker and cheaper than bv any of the
present rival routes. They connect with the Daily Packets
ai PitLsbunrh.l'romSt. Louis. Louisville. Cincinnati, AVheel-
in2. and all, Uie diflerent points on the Western waters; al-
so wiin uie i;ieveiana ana 1 iiisuutcu jvaurouu uuu vuiu
and Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pittsburg.
Cars run throutrh between Pittshurch and Philadelphia,
without transhipment of freight an advantage that can be
appreciated by an snippers.
In ease of obstruction of navigation, by Ice or low water.
Freights Westward can be forwarded lrom Pittsburgh to
Cincinnati, or towns in the interior, by Bail road.
Rates ofFreight between Pittsburgh and I'hila-
Uclpluuor lJultimore.
WINTER I SCMUKU
IIEST CLASS. RATES. RATKS.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Capet
ing, Furs and Peltries, Feathers, Sad
dlery. Ac
I per 100 lbs
jocis. vocis
SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationary,!
Dry Goods in bales, Drugs, Ulassware,
Groceries, fexcent Coffee.) Hardware.
-75cts. 60cts
Uolloware, Machinery, Oil Cloth, Wool, j
Ac. J
THIRD CLASS. Bagging, Bacon, and)
Pork in butt, uutler salted, uopper in in
trots. Flaxseed. Hoes' Hair, Flax, Leath
65cts. 50cts
er Eastward, Zinc j
FOURTH CLASS. Bacon and" Fork pack-
ed, Candles Eastward, Utieesc Eastward,
Fish salted, Iron, Soda Ash, Tobacco in
Leaf, Eastward, Tar, Rosin, Whiskey,
Cotton, (in Summer,) Coffee, Lard Oil,
(through.) Pork fresh, in full car loads,
at owners risk
aOcfs. 40cts
GEO. C. FRANCISCUS, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh.
E.J. SNEEDER, Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
MAG RAW & KOONS, Freight Agents, Baltimore.
JOSEPH L. ELLIOTT, Fght Ag't, No 7 west st. N. Y
U. II. HO DSTON, Genl Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
augG
TENNSYI.VANIA RAILROAD. Three Daily
I Lines from Pittsburg to Philadelphia. Running
through by Morning Mail Train, leaving Pittsburg at7o
clock A. M., and arriving in Philadelphia at 12J the sann
nignt.
By noon, Through Fast Line, leaving Pittsborg at 1 P. M.,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 5 A. M.
And by night Through Express Train, leaving Pittsburg
at 9.40 P. M., and arriving in Philadelphia at 2 P. M.
The Night Express runs daily; the other two, Sundays
excepted; and connecting with the Trains from SL Louis,
Missouri, Alton, Galena and Chicago, Illinois; Frankfort,
Islington and Louisville, Kentucky; Terre Haute, Madi
son, La Fayette and Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Day
ton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleve
land, Columbus, Zanesville, Madison and Wooster, Ohio.
Also connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam Packet
Boats from New Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincin
nati. Fare through (all the way by Raliroad to Philadelphia,)
from
Chicago, - $18 25 Columbus, - $12 65
Madison and La Fay. Bellefontaine, - 12 25
ette, - 17 25 Zanesville, - 12 25
Indianapolis, 15 25 Newark Sandusky, 1 1 75
Louisville, - 17 25 Mansfield & Crestline, 11 00
Cincinnati, 15 00 Wooster, - - 10 50
Dayton. 13 75 Cleveland - 10 00
Xenia, - 14 00 Pittsburgh, - S 00
Toledo, - 18 00
Passengers from the West will find this the short
est and most Expeditious Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore,
New York, or Boston. THOS. MOORE, Agent,
Passenger Lines, Philadelphia.
S. MESKIMEN, Agent, Passeuger Lines, Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia, August 6, 1854 f f
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS.
Eexpressilail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 8 o'
clock A. M.
Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shelhyville at 3
o'clock P. M.
Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , $15 f()
" Savannah, Ga., f 15 00
" " Wilmington. N. C. 1 00
To be had at the Railroad and General Stage OHice under
the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Oilice, Passenger
Depot, '. AiMitiouj,
july4 tf Supt. Transportation
GREAT REDUCTION IN FREIGHT
BETWEEN NASHVILLE AND CHARLESTON, S- C
EASTERN GOODS FROM CHARLESTON TO NASHVILLE.
ARTICLES FIRST CLASS.
T-i(ink-!iiil SLtinnarv. Boots. Shoes and Hats. Bottles.
JJLiquors, Oils, Campiiine, and Spirits Turpentine in
casks and Darreis, uarpenng, iuina aua mass
Cigars, Clocks, Confectionary, Cutlery in boxes and cases,
Drv Goods in boxes and bales! DruirJ, Fruit treesand Shrub
bery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Glass, and Ijoking Glavi,
Plates "at owners risk, uysters in cans ana iars. tsad
tUerv, Tin Ware, ias ana onices, per luuio. fi 10.
SECOND CLASS.
Hard ware, except Cutlery, Heavy Casting and Machine
ry, roreign Liquors iu uaiieis or pipes, ioruage, Aooacco
in boxes. Carnage Springs and Axles, Leather iu rolls or
boxes. Oil in barrels or casKs,vjueenswareincraiesorcasK.s,
Rice, Zinc, Whiting, t'laster rans, Ac, per 100 lb. foe.
SPECIAL RATES.
Boxes, Furniture, Pianos, Carriage Boxes, and other light
articles not enumerated; also oaruoys 01 acids win be ta
ken at actual weight but charged double 1st class of rates,
say per 100 lb 2 sO.
PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON.
Cotton and Leaf Tobacco in Hhds SOc
Corn per bushel i-S
Pork in barrels per 1001b $1 00
Bairpintrand Rope do do 1 00
Any article not enumerated to be charged at the rales of
analagous articles. GEO, YONGE .
Gen 1 Super t.Georgia Kailroaa, Augusta, (a,
VM. 11. STOCKTON,
Gen'l Super't South Carolina Railroad, Charleston,
augl 3im
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA.
- rEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The Annual Course o
1L Iectures in this department will commence on .MON
DAY, November 18, and will terminate iu the ensuing
March. ......
JAMESJONES, M. D.,Proressorof Practiceof Medicine.
J. L. RIDDELL, M. D., Professor of Chemistry,
WARREN STONE, M. D., Professor of Surgery.
A. H.CENAS. M.D., Professor of Obstetrics.
A J WRDDERBURN. M. I).. Professor of Anatomy.
GUSTAVPS A. NOTT, M. D.,Professor of MatfriaMedica.
THOJiAS UUNT.M. D., Professor or Physiology and Pa
thology. UUlti-ir.l.lU3U. niAiiu, iu. w-, l llpmonst'torsof Auat'mv
aiiti-i i (iiiiiimn M. I) ( 'cmonsi lorsoi Auai my
The rooms for Dissecting will be open on the third Mon
dav in October.
Tlie Faculty are VisitingPhysicians and Surgeonsof (he
Utiarily Hospital, and attend mis lusuiuuon miui .oveiii
ber to Anril.
The Stu.tents accompany the Prfessors in their visits.
and, tree ot oxjieuse, enjoy exiraorainary pracncai auvan
tages
Th
'here, are during the session, about eight hundred per
sons prescribed lor daily.
In 1S53 the number of patients was thirteen thouands
seven uunureuand nny nine,
aug. 11 wtd. THOMAS HUNT, M. D., Dean.
RAGS!
$250 In Pi'ciaiiMiBus,
TWILL pay the above premiums in sums of Jlon, $.",0,
S40. $30. $20 and $10, to any six merchants or liedlars
who will deliver me, from this date to the 1st July, lb.).1),
the largest amount of RAGS. The same to be bought out
side of, and by men doing business outside of Nashville
or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIMES PAY THE HIGHEST MAR
KET PRICE IN CASU FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, and
issue a certificate to the owner of the amount received and
Said for. These certificates must be kept and sent in next
uly so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville can
make the awards. The largest amount being entitled to the
$100, Uie next largest to $50, and so on down.
Merchants sending me rags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combina
tions will not be allowed.
Wool' en, Linsey, Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted,
and will not be included in the above.
. I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buy
ing Rags throughout Middle Tenn.
jy6 lydtnw&w W. S. WHIT EM AN,
. North East corner of the Square.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
0 ,,vJiAN S. hermetically sealed ,
tU OVSTERS. rece rrt 11,1. r
Baltimore, via Savannah.
nov4 JXO. NIXON, Jr.
C tOTUlNU.
1- ir
T. J. JIOCLTOW.
JNO. 1. BEECH.
&f GULT0& & BEECH.
, WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
UilUGt-'ISTS AND GROCERS,
- Nos.52aml51 llroadu-ay,
BETWEEN COLLEGE AND CnERRT STREETS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.
WE are now just in receipt of a large and well assorted
slock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints. Oils. Varnishes.
Dyes, Turpentine, Putty, Glass and Glassware.
AlStl
A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz ;
50 hhds prime Suiran
100 boxes Star Candles:
150 bags Rio Coffee.
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
150,000 Cigars, common and
fine;
150 boxes Glassware, assort
8,000 galls Stoneware, as
sorted; 1,000 kegs White Lead;
500 boxes Window Glass;
1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders;;
1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo;
100 bbls Molasses;
50Vbbls do;
20 bbls Crushed Sugar;
10 " Powdered do;
20 bogs Pepper;
10 " Alspice;
20 doz cans Oysters;
12 ' " fresh Peaches:
100 boxes Ground Spices;
00 aoz Keirs .Mustard:
1,000 ids inucn Madder;
50 boxes best Chewing To- 20 bbls Clover Seed;
uattu; ju -- iimoiny:
lOkegsFig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blue Grass;
fine article;
200 " Millet Seed:
150 gross Matches;
10 casks fine Brandy;
10 " American Brandy
10 ' SM. Wine;
100 bbls Whisky, all grades;
MOULTON & BEECH.
150 Reams rap Paper
75 doz Buckets;
40 doz Biwms;
mar7 '51.
Come ono Come all ! This Bock shaU fly
From its firm base as soon as I !!!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK EOR 1853-1.
THE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of
Nashville and surrounding country that he has now on
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall
and AY inter wear.
Among which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, Spanish do, "Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coats, Sack, Paletots,
Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles
and colors toonuraerous to mention.
Pants and Vests of ever style and color, to suit the most
fastiduous.
Likewise, a general assortment or CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING. Fine Shirts Under-Shirls, Drawers Susiwn
dcre, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
Countrjr Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
mm ciaunue my siock ueiore purcliasingelsewhere
septlB L. POWERS,
No 34. Market St.. nnnnsite Union Kfiwt.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com
CLIFTON Ac AUEOTT,
No. 13, Ccdnr Street.
A
RE now receiving their SPRING AND SUMMER
STOCK OK CI.OT-IllVfi. r-nmnri;.. ..11 Jl, l.t
STYLES, and of nnslitr r i 7i.- : n. vt
iVvUr,U1.',0TlllK( 'S Mamifactiired by the Senior partner
Jr.,vy'.llT0N''in 1'1'iladelphia, we can guarantee the
WORKMANSHIP lo be GOOD. rapl7-tf.
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NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
ROAD.
Change of Schedule.
ON and after SATURDAY NEXT, the 19th inst., the
Mail and Passenger Train will leave Nashville daily
ai 1 1 o ciock ana an untunes, i: ai., instead ol s A. M. as
ui iicscut, j unit nig 41 uaLuiuougu mau vioviw uuu ou miu
utcs, A. M.
Passengers going East or to Charleston and Savannah,
will, by tuisairangemcnt, avoid the present delay of 15
hours at Chattanooga, and either going to or returning
from those points will meet with no detention except for
meals or change of baggage.
The return Train from Chattanooga and the Accommo
dation Train to Shelhyville will be continued on their pre;
ent schedule time. 11. I. ANDERSON,
augl, '54 Supt. Transportation.
STOVES. CASTINGS. TINWARE.
"YTE respectfully call the attention of country merchants
' ' visiting Nashville to our extensive stock of TIN
WARE, larger than any we ever had before, and which
comprises all the articles that are iu demand m country
stores.
This extensive stock, which is well worthy of examina
tion, Las ijeen made by the best workmen that can be found
in tlie country, and with the utmost care.
To cush customers it will be sold with the smallest possi.
ble margin of profit.
Cooking Stoves. Our Mock of Cookine Stoves, both
of w rought and cast iron is complete, and will be sold for
cash as low if not lower than any other house in, Nashville
wtio win oner an article ol equal quality.
Healincr Stoves. We have aereater variety of pat
ternsof HeutingStovesfor wood and coal than has been
before ntfeied in tins maiket To secure prompt sales we
win sen ior casn ai a small advance above cost.
Castings. Wo have a larce stock of Hollowware Cast
ings, of the best and lightest quality, which we will sell
at a very low figure.
Also, Dog Irons, Bark Mills, Sad Irons.
AS ECONOMY IS THE WAY TO WEALTH,
We again call the attention of the Ladies to an invention
got up expressly for t hei r benefit
THESELF HEATING SMOOTHING IRON.
The advantages consist
1st, in Economy; one cent's worth of good charcoal fur
nishes fuel for a whole day's ironing. Haid wood coals
irom a common wood lire or stove answer tlie purpose just
as well fur those who livein the country.
2d. Convenience, beingindeiiendent of a stove or fur
nace, and therefore capable ol being used in any part of
the house or yard.
3d. Saving of labor and time in avoiding the carrying of
uie iron 10 ana iruir. iiieure.
4th. Avoiding the discomforts of a hot room.
5th. The facilitating neatness the iron never being
soiled by contact with the fire, but always relaiuing its per
ect gloss.
iith. Despatch it involving the saving of all the time
which isotherwi.se lost in exchanging the irons and in keep
ing them in prf per order. A mere inspection of the Iron
will sati.-fy any one that it is u decided improvement, and
must coiueintogeneral use.
Five hundred of these Irojishave been sold in Nashville,
and are always approved of, by good Housekeepers.
Our stuck oriluiisefiiriitshiugGDods is very extensive, and
we will make it to the interest of families going to House
keeping to give us the first call.
sep SNOW, MACKENZIE ,t CO.
EAST ELOEIDALANI) AGENCY.
BY J. G. POINTS.
References.
Hon. A. H. II. Stuart, Stanton, Va.
Dr.JackShackelford, Courtland, Ala.
Hon. J. J. Onnond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Dr. J. Pnrice, Mobile, Ala.
J. J. McMahon, Esq., New Orleans,
Col. 11. C. Burnett, I
B. M. Bradford, Esq., v Aberdeen, Miss.
Hon. S.Adams, )
Hon. .I.A.Wilcox, ( ... . , .
Hon. ll.S.Fdote, Jll'rP.
Tampa, Florida. Jan.21 '54 1 v.
IN THE PRESS
And to be published in monthly numbers, A GREAT
EPIC POEM, entitled
THE ilIORIAl);
OR, END OF THE JEWISH STATE,
BY
BEN ASAPH,
A Christian Jew of the third Century.
TRANSLATED
From the Syrac Hebrew,
BY
ANSELM KORIisTOFF.
This work as the numbers ate issued way be had and
subscribed for at the Book Stores of W. 'I. Berry A Co.,
iloun i ork, mid ioon, Aelson A Uo. jeai tl.
CRUTCHER HOUSE.
THIS large and commodious house, situated on the
corner of Sprui!: and Summer streets. Nashville, Ten
nessee, is by far the nearest Hotel to the Railroad Dcjmt,
and i-qually near to the Steamboat finding, and being in
the center of the citr. affords many advantages which
others do not. Its location is hish. healthy, and pleasant.
its rooms laree and comfortable, and beini? a neat new
house, entirely newly iurni.-hed, justilius the Pioprielor
(who has vWted nearly every tirst class Hotel in the
United States) in warranting satisfaction to those who
wish all things done exactly right. Z-T" Remember the
CRUTCHER HOUSE. Try it. JO. W. BELL,
sejitG W. Proprietor.
IT"OR SALE. A very desirable tarin, :i miles from
. the city, on the Louisville Branch or Dickerson Turn-
like, containing Si acres aboutoO acrestileared and in a
iirh state of cultivation balance wood and pasture land.
The pasture is well watered by a large and never failing
Pond. There is one otuer stocK rond.ana aiso a-never-failimr
snrius' of excellent water. The improvements con
sist of a larire Frame Ihvdlintr. with G rooms, hall, Ac,
and all other necessary ont-buildings that could'be desired;
also, line Orchard, Garden, Ac. Apply lo
Sep7. YV Jl. Li. 11U 1 U, J K.
At the AYliblcs&Ic and Retail Drug, Medicine,
Chemical, rcrfuincry, Pancy, Article
Stone "Ware, Taints, Oils, Varnish,
Saud Taper, Brushes, Sccu, o
Glass, and Glass W
Waie Store of rm.
NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, THREE
DOORS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE INN.
600 galls, best Winter Lard Oil;
100 gross Wood Box Matches;
100 bushels clean Blue GrassSeed, (Kentucky;)
100 do strip'd do do do do;
10 barrels Clover Seed;
20 do Plaster Paris;
50 do Hydraulic Cement;
89 Sacks Osage Orange Seed, for Hedge Fence;
100 ounces best London Sulphate Quinine;, ,
1000 pounds Epsom Salts;
2 barrels Top Onions; .
2S0 Dental Files, (Stnbb's;) . .
1530 lbs Roll Sulphur; .
1256 Flor do;
835 pounds Imported Castile Soap;
847 do Indigo;
40 gallons best Coach Varnish; s
40 do do Japan do;
40 do do Furniture do;
42 do do Demar do:
20 reams Vanderpools Flint Paper;
1000 pounds French Zinc White Paint;
1800 " Fresh Putty;
For FINISHINO PARLORS in the most beautiful
modern Northern stye, the subscriber has obtained the
French Zinc White Paint. Those who are building fine
houses and making improvements, would find this article
decidedly superior, withal void of the deliaterious influen
ces of While Lead Paint. For sale by
feb21 H. G. SCOVFJi.
MEDICINES
T7I0R Diarrhoea. Dvsenterv. Cholera Mnrhns. Crsmns. and
J? those affections of the bowels peculiar to the season of
me yean
Grafenburg" Children's Pa-Port Wine;
nacea; Ball's Cholera Syrup;
Grafenburg Dysentery SyrupjBledsoe's Compound for Di
Tumer's Balsam for Dyseu- arrhoaa;
tery; No. C;
Best French Brandy; Fresh Mustard;
Cayenne Pepper; Elix Paragoric;
Diarrhcea M ixture; Stephens' Astringent Syrup;
Buchanan's Cholera MedicineCalcined Magnesia;
Nichol's do do Esssence Peppermint,
For sale at the Drug, Medicine and Chemical Store,
North side of the Public Square, by
june21 II. G. SCOVEL.
The attention ol Fishermen
IS solicited to a fresh lot of superior Bamboo Poles,
Platted and Twisted Silk Lines, Hooks. Sinele and
Twisted Snods, Extra Strong Gut and Gimp with best Lim
erick Hooks, Yankee Doodle Hooks, Reels, Ac, Ac. Just
received and lor sale by 11. G. SCOVEL,
North side of the Public Square, 8 doors west of the Nash
villelnn. june24
T)URE WHITE LEAD in Kegs of 25 pounds, warranted,
JL anu ior sale oy li. u. suu v r.li.
fTO DOZ. Barry's Tricophorus and Lyrus Kathairon, and
i isogies liypenan rluid, lor tne hair.
ior sale by
june21
II. G. SCOVEL.
9QQ CANS OITOTASH. Thecheepest and best
iOO preparation ever sold for makine Soan: 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",
mayg 1 iimadway.
WATER-Just re-
ij Uceived and for sale by
may24
W. F.GRAY,
17 Broadway.
() DOZEN OXYGENATED HITTERS.
The most effectual remedy now known for Dyspepsia.
J ust received and for sale by W. F. GRAY,
may as it liroadway.
OAfl DOZEN DR. ROSE'S CELEBRATED
Ov7 Family Medicines. Just received and forsale by
mayai4. w. r . uka l , 17 liroadway.
rTO SEYJIORE'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL
I Supporters which will be sold unusually low. Just
received ana ior sale oy v. r . UHAi ,
may24 17 Broadway,
ft DOZEN BROWN'S ESSENCE OK JA-
UvyMAICA GINGER. Just received and forsale by
may24 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
2faRARRELS ROSIN.
may24. n.w.a.
-Just received and for sale
W. F. GR Y ,
17 Broadway.
RAILROAD NOTICE.
COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this
J date, be cnarged fi 25 per bale ot 500 lbs. or less, and
cj cents per 100 I bs. tor excess ot over aOO lbs.
septl2 II. I. ANDERSON, Sup't. N. &. C. R. R.
GRENVILLE Ac CO.,
General Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
SAVANNAH, GA.,
WILL give special attention to the sales of Cotton , To
bacco, Flour, Bacon and Grain, or other produce
consigned to them, or to the forwarding of same to Eastern
ports.
1 he great reduction of freight on Cotton, Tobacco, Pork,
Ac, to Savannah in comparison with the Charleston route.
(see advertisement of the Savannah road) equaling 45c. per
uaieoi Bolton, ana proportionabty on other produce, added
to the low rate of commission and other expenses at Sa
vannah, renders that at present the best Atlantic maiket in
tne country
Our returns of sales will be prompt.
rreightou Cotton to Savannah 7Cc. t? 100 lbs.
uo looacco do ,Cc. do
oct!2 d&wGin
JAS. A. WOODS.
11. B. ARMISTEAO.
JOS. Li WOODS.
1VOODS & CO.,
LARD OIL MANUFATORERS
OFFICE NO. 125 MARKET ST., NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OCt3 ly B
VT"OTICE is hereby given that I have this day sold out
1 my entire interest in the firm of JL S. FRENCH A
SONS to U.S. AJ. O. FRENCH, who become responsible
ior an ine liabilities oi ine iinn oi 11. a. r rencu & rions, ana
who are alone authorized to receive duesorsettle the bu
siness of the firm.
oep25 '54 L. H. FRENCH.
L. II. FRENCH having withdrawn as above from the
firm of II. S. FRENCU A SONS, the business will be con
ducted by the undersigned, under the firm and style of II.
S. FRENCH & SON. H. S. FRENCH.
ept25 J. C. FRENCH.
B. L. CBEXSUAW.
SOMETHING NEW.
w
R hnrinn rnmnlpt-il mirSihfm nnd mil itn all nnr
- --- 1 j- .
r V machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carueuters'
work on the shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MUULIl.U."SoI all sizes, UAAlSTEKii, W1MIOW and
'JOOR FRAMES or all sizes, completed; BOXES of all
kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any
kind done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to any
sue, from one quarter of au inch to thirty inches square.
I'ersons wanting any thing in our line, wouid do well to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter
mined to do all of our work well, and give perfect satisfac
tion, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered
to any house in town without cost. Shop on Broad street,
west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, where we
will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that
wantswork. CRENSHAW A FAR1S.
jan2G ly.
i ALTIMORE COFEEE. 200 bags just received
) from Baltimore finest ever received in Nashville,
jelfitf (bAwI LANIER & PHILLIPS.
DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE.
WEare now ottering forsale that comfortable Dwelling
House situated on Cedar Street, one door from the
corner of Vine, on Cedar street.
sept!4 o LINOS!."' CROCKETT.
rpHOSE DEAUT1FUL PIPES 1 have just re
JL ceived a lot of the most beautiful MEERSCU A UM 1'11'ES
ever brought to the western country. I invite gentlemen
to call and examine them, at the sign of the little INDIAN,
coraerof Cherry and Cedarstreets.
feb7 '54 tf J. MOORE.
JAM IS W. UAUILTOX. KB KM t'ULLKR
HAMILTON FULLER,
TENNESSEE BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner Market and Spring Streets, Nashville, Tenn.
WE take this opportunity of informing our old friends
that we hare now on hand the largest and best as
sorted stock of Itomt-made work ever before offered in this
city, which we will sell at wholesale or retail, and we par
ticularly invite Planters, Iron Masters, and all others who
desire a ijoo1 arlicU, to call and examine our stock, which
consists in part of the following kinds :
Men's superfine Calf Boots aud Gaifers, sewed and
pegged;
Men aud Boys' fine Calf Shoes;
Men's, Boys and Youths' Calf and Kipp Boots, water
proof; Men s, and Boys Kipp and Thick Boots, double and
single soles;
Men's. Boys' and Youths' Kip Shoes, double and sin
ele Soles;
Double Sole Negro Brogans;
Negro women's Plantation Si
i Shoes;
House Servants" Shoes;
Youths' and Children's coarse and Enc Shoes:
ALSO
Ladies' and Misses Calf Boots, sewed and pegged,
a u jjorocco " " "
(i ii ii ii i it
Our work is all made from good material and in the
most approved styles, and every particle of the workman
ship warranted. Prices low and uniform.
itiuesand leather taken in exchange,
147" All kinds of work made to order. Also, renairlnc
done neatly and with dispatch.
septs tlstjan iiAjiurtis & r ULLER.
FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS.
THROUGH IN FOUR DAYS.
FARE, THIRTY DOLLARS.
VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Mont
gomery by Railroad. Ticket to this point to he had
at the General Stage Oilice, opposite the Post Oilice, and at
the Depot. Price $16.
From Montgomery to Mobile, by a double daily line
(morning and evening) of Stages and Steamboats, connect
ing the steamers from thence to New Orleans.
U. L, ANDERSON, Gen'l Sup't N. 4C.K.R.
Louisville Journal copy daily one month and send ac
count to this office. octS
O. UACQREGOR, N. E. AIXOWAY, J. BA.VXHSAD,
MACGBEG0R, ALL0WAY & CO.,
C O M M I S S I O N MERCHANTS,
55 St.Chables Sibkkt, (third Store aboveSt. Charles Hotel,)
Nc xv Orleans.
rST N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
mentstous. Novl5
GROCERIES.
THE FOLLOWING COMPRISES IN PART OUR,
STOCK, which is nearly complete, which enables us
to offer inducements to purchasers:
769 bags Rio Havana, Lag- 20 boxes Stoughton Bitters;
byraand Java Coffee; 200 casks English Soda;
400 bags extra Baltimore Cof- 50 chests Teas, assorted;
fs , . a dois uuclcers;
880 hhds choice and prime 100 doz Wash Boards;
Sugar; Cotton Yarns, ass'd;
110 bbls Loaf crushed and 200 doz Buckets:
n 1 .1 c- ........ ... '
junucrcu ougaij 1UU DDIS flOUr;
800 bbls Molasses; 50 doz Scotch and Sappce
600 M bbls do; Snuff;
50 X do Golden Syrup; 500 bags Shot, ass'd;
50 bags Pepper;
10 tierces tresn ivice;
5000 lbs bar Lead;
100 gross Blacking;
50 boxes Fancy boap;
800 " Rosin Soop;
zu -- cpice;
25 " Ginger;
25 bbls Mackerel;
50 kits do:
500 boxes Sardines;
10 csks. A Sign't Brandy;
zo ricsies, assorted;
10 bbls Alum;
,10 " Brimstone;
5 bbls Spanish Brown;
600 bags hce Salt:
10 " Otard,DupvACbdo
5 " Madeira W ine,
20 bbls Port Wine;
25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine,
extra;
20 bbls Sweet Wine,
500 bbls Salt;
200 Demiiohns. assorted:
2 pipes Holland Gin;
50.000 Ciears. various brands: 80 bbls Am
do;
800 boxes qt, pt. and pint 50 bbls Brandy;
Flasks: 20 bbls Rum;
60 boxes Tumblers;
000 kegs Nails, asst'd;
100 reams Wrap Paper,
510 ceroons best Indigo;
2 casks Madder;
100 bxs Tobacco, all grades;
50 doz Cords and Lines;
50
10
50
50
50
50
Peach Brandy;
Apple. do;
Old Bourbon Whisky
Old Rye do;
Old Reserve do;
OldMong do;
Rect'd do;
Pike's Macr. do:
500
100 bxs white Havana Sugar;200
100 boxes atar candles:
2o0 boxes Claret Wine;
100 gross Matches;
2j " btarcn;
50 boxes Tallow Candles; 20 boxes Lemon Syrup;
together with many other articles usually kept in our
line. LANIER A J'HILLIPS,
jnlylG '51 b w No. 39 Market street.
ncGU M CBKA rr.ID. TEltBASS.
McCREA Ac TERRASS,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IX
Liquor, Iron, Castings, Kails, Flour and Salt,
iVo. 35 Rroad St., ATashviUe, Tern.
SUNDRIES.
100 hhds. prime N.O.Sugar,
20 bags spice,
00 " ginger,
4 bbls. putty,
5 44 alum,
5 " brimstone,
40 casks soda,
150 kegs white lead,
300 boxes pint and qnart
flasks,
100,000 Havana segars,
50,000 melee and Cuba six
segars,
100 gross matches,
125 boxes and boxes star
candles,
175 boxes tallow candles,
75 44 bar soap,
100 cases gunpowder and
imperial tea,
G bbls. Kpsom salts.
150 bbls. Molasses,
200 M " do,
25 kegs golden syrop,
350 bags Baltimore Coffee,
75 " Havanna do.,
127 " Laguyra do.,
50 pockets old Java do.,
150 bbls. loaf and powdered
Sugar,
5 tierces Rice,
50 boxes Langhorn k Arm
stead's Tobacco,
100 boxes other brands,
10,000 lbs. bar lead,
400 bags shot, assorted,
S00.0OO G. D. per'iiion caps,
800 kegs powder,
50 boxes starch,
800 demijohns,
800 bags line salt,
1000 bbls. Kan. do.,
300 boxes W. R. cheese,
150 ' E.D. do
75 doz. plough lines and bed
cords.
75 boxes 8 oy 10, 10 by 13,
and 12 by 13 gloss.
100 boxes and f bxs raisins,
SO " lemons,
2 cases indigo,
1 cask madder,
25 bags pepper.
150 buckets.
The above will bo sold very low at 35 Broad st.. by
McCREA A TERRASS.
To Railroad and Turnpike Contractors.
C DOZ. Dicks.
12 dozen shovels.
O 10 44 rnattocks,
10 41 spadei,
5 44 sledge hammers,
In store and for sale low by
40 drills,
75 steel pointed erow bars,
50 crow bars, unfinished;
McCREA A TERRASS.
LIQUORS.
J-PII'ES fine brandies, 200 bbls.
O 1 44 Holland gin,
1 puncheon Irish whisky, 300 14
40 bbls. port wine, some very 75 44
Pi
ke's macnolia
whisky,
lenn. reed do.,
Bowers' do.,
magnolia rye do.,
old Bourbon do.,
American brandy,
N. E. rum,
copper D. whisky.
New Y'ork cin.
fine.
50
5 bbls. sherry wine,
5 44 Madeira do.
49 44 sweet Malaga,
15 boxes Muscat wine,
25 44 claret do.,
20 14 brandy cherries,
40 baskets champaign wine.
2.",
40
55
50
25
2Vtf pipes cherry brandy;
ine aDOve win De who, very
low and on liberal time, at 85 Broad st. bv
McCREA A TERRASS.
DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
25 bbls New York Bratidr;
10 44 " Gin. For sale by
mchl0'54 R. F.BELL,
No. 23 College st, opposite Sewance Houfe.
QUGAR 600 hhds Louisiana Sugar all grades, in
Q Store and for sale by W. 11. GORDON A CO.
MOLASSES 200 barrels Craighead's .Molasses, for
sale by mar22 W. U. GORDON A CO.
N
AILS 500 kegs Shoenberger's Nails all sizes,for sale
by mania vi . ii. uuuu. w.
QACK SALT 1400 bags tine Sack Suit, for sale toar
rive per iroquoisuy vt . li. uuklio. x w.
mar22'54
B
Alt SOAP 100 boxes Prescott A Co., Rosin Soap,
lor sale by mania w. 11. uuituujjt uo.
STAR CANDLES 125 packages Werk A Co.,Star
Candles, in wholes, halves and quarters, t'er sale by
mar22 W. H. GORDON A CO.
NAILS IOCO KEGS SHOENBEHGER'S
CELEBRATED NAILS! all sizes. F r sale by
ian5 W. 11. GORDON A CO.
r LASS W ARE. 200 BOXES ASSORTED
I Tumhlers. Jars. Ijintherns. Ac For sale bv
jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO.
rpOBACCO. 200 BOXES BARTLKTT JONES'
J Extra Virginia Tobacco;
100 boxes Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco;
100 14 Stubbletield's do;
100 44 Goodwin's do;
100 44 Boai do;
i ith various other brands, tor sale by
ian5
V. it.
GORDON A CO
I71RE PROOF SAFES WE HAVE ON
JL? hand a general Assortment of Rich A Co.'s celebrated
Vire Proof Safes, acknowledged by all wherever they liave
been tested, to be the best article of the kind manufactured
in this or any other country. t e sell at .Manufacturers
prices, freight added. W. 11. GORDON A CO.
jan5
CIGARS. IO CASES LA NAPOLEON RE-
J GALIA CIGARS;
10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars;
10 44 WanderingJew " do;
5 44 Las Tree Marias 44 do;
5 44 LaEstella 44 do;
With various other brands, for sale by the case only.
jan5 W. U. GORDON A CO.
BRANDIES AND W IN US
16 casks superior Brandy, (warranted pure,)
5 quart casks old Port Wine;
5 44 44 "Madeira do
2 half pipes very tine Brandy. For sale by
mchlO '54 It. F. HULL.
NOTICE.
I have, tins day associated with me in business my
sons, L. II. A J. C. FRENCH. The business of the
firm will hereafter be conducted in the style and under the
nrm ot ii. s. riib.Mju & fcu.s.
july2'54 tf H. S. FRENCH.
II. N. 11YHKS. A U. CARTER.
CARRIAGES THAT MUST 1JE SOLD.
ATE have vet on hand about TWENT
V V FIVEFINE CARRIAGES, ROCKWAYS
AND BUGGIKm of the newest style, warranted the vitv
best material aud suiierior workmanship, all of which we
are determined to sen ai some price or other in the next
ninety days. All who wantisuggies cheap come aloii".
MY EftS A CARTER, Maiket st,
aug. 11. B. Opposite Nasht lie Inn
"lOPART-NEKSHIl. I HAVE THIS DAY
J associated with me in the holesale Grocery. Com-
mission. Receivins and Forwarding Busiuecs. Mr. WIL
LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name aud style
of LANIER A PHILLIP
nov2 I II. LANIER.
njCESH ARRIVALS '(10 II II OS. SIIGAIt,
-"- ail grades;
100 barrels of Molasses;
100 half barrels of .Molasses;
5 tierces of Rice;
5 packages of Mackerel;
20 packages of Cranberries;
150 lockages of Raisins;
lObags of Almonds;
20 casks of Porter and Ale;
20 coils of Manilla Rope;
50 packages .Market, Clothes and CovercJ Baskets;
100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac.;
20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts;
20 packages Cogniac Brandy;
lOjiackages Maderia and Cherry Wines;
40 packages Port and Malaga Wine;
0,000 superior Havana Cigars;
500 Demiiohns; 50,000 Corks.
For sale by fjanl2 EDWARDS A IIARR1S.
LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paying
the very highest prices for LAND WA'RRANTS. I'er
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting tlie hiirhest
prices a. nuiuimcj iuckiiiiiuujcliuiciu nusuvilie, auu
uie casu rcuuueu orpaiu uiuruer.
lUiyai Ul KKI'KAKI.A CO.
ROUERTSON At RRADSHAW,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
CA R PET BAGS A ND HA TS,
No. 14, College Street, Nashville, Tesnfusee.
HAVE now in Store a larire and riRTcrsTs
1 .. . i-nrim,To .'ii...-.- tfju ! i
TRUNKS. Ac w hich they will sell W
low, by the package or single pair. Country meiclianis
can una a wen selected siock ana equal to any in the citv.
Our old customers can now be supplied with every article
in our line by sending their orders or calling, and those
that have not heretofore traded with us will do well to ex
amine our stock, as it is entirely new in styles and good
quality.
We also have a good of Negro BROGANS, and wear
determined to give good bargains. a is.
sept2 2m.
NEW ARRIVALS OF GENTS WALKING
SHOES.
aENTLEJIEN'S Super. Calf stitch'd Oxford Tie?;
44 " 44 and pump sole Boots;
44 44 French and English Lasting Con
gress Gaiters;
Gentlemen's 44 CloihandP. S. Congress Gaiters;
44 44 I'atent-Leather Dress Shoes,
(French make;)
Boys Calf, Oxford Ties and Lasting Gaiters, Ac, Ac
For sale at lowest prices by
augSl KAMAG U
CI&AHS, GHOCEME3,&C.
A, KERR & CO,
IilPOSTERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CI0ABS,
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS.
FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERSj
SCOICJIALES, LOSDOS AND DUBLIN
PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS, 4c,
Hi 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah.
nnr AfH"i HAVANA, MEXICAN AND
iSnJJUU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and
best assarted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual
ities, shapes and sues, most oi wmcn are me ncnes; sa
vored, and costliest Cigars that come Irom Havana.
Also, 10 barrels Havana amoving i ooaccu, (uireci impor
tation.) with the choicest assortment ol Virginia bmoiung
and Chewing Tobacco in the market Dealers and nsers
f the above are respectfully invited lo give us a call, ana
examine our stock and prices before buying elsewhere, as
we are selling wholesale and retail as Iow as such can be
had in any market in the Union A. KERR A CO.,
mayla .o. Zl ieuarsireei.
FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS,
FRUITS, Ac 27 Octoves fine French Brandies, Ber
nard and beignett s;
5 qrs. Otard. bignettand London Dock;
2 pipes Holland Genuine Gin:
10 dozen pure Jamaica Rum, (imported in glass;)
6 " " Chamnaime Brandr. "
8 barrels Wild Cherry Bounce;
10 dozen Brandy Cherries, (French;)
50 cases superior Claret;
2 casks 44 44
4 44 Pure old Sherrv;
i 4 Madeira: ,
100 baskets Champagne, Clicquot, Charles Hiedsick, and
oiuer iavorue. oranos;
bondnn and Dublin Porter;
Scotch Ale;
15 dozen Sparkling Heck;
5 " Malvisa Wine delicious and nourishing light Wine,
for ladies. A. KERR A CO,
may 1 S dAtwtf No. 27 Cedar sL
LYONS Ac CO.
Importers and Dealers in Havana Ci;nrs, To
liueco,aiul all kinds or Foreign Wines,
Liquor, etc.
So. 10 Gnus Stbkst, Nashville,
Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
tended to.
LATE ARRIVAL. CIGARS! CIGARS Received
this day a large lot of superior Regalia Cigars, which
for flavor and quality will surpass any ever brought to
Nashvilte. We keep constantly on hand a very large as
sortment of all descriptions of Cigars, which we will sell
either at Wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices. Country
and City dealers are respeclfnlly invited to examine our
stock beforepurchasing elsewhere.
ap7. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st
LIQUORS. We keep constantly on band a full snp
ply of Brandies, Wines, and all other Liquors, of va
rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail by
api LYONS A CO, la Cedarstreet
J The lovers of the weed would do well to call on us,
we having just received an article of Tobacco of a very
superior quality. u 1 u. i w.
apT
111 Cedar street
LYONS & CO.
WOULD most respecifidly call the attention of the
citv and country Merchants generally, to their
stock of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, all of which we
guarantee genuine. Amongst which will be found the
following-, viz:
2 pipes i'aglony Brandy, vintige 1345;
5 pipes Star Proprietor Brandy, vintage 1843;
7 X pipes Otard Dnpee Brandy, vinfage 1350;
5 pipes J. Ilennesjey Brandy, vintage I860;
14 ji i-3 assorted Brandy, vintage from '43 to '51;
1 pipe Double Sw&nn Holland Gin, Itine);
1 puncheon Jamaica Rum;
1 puncheon Santa Cruz;
2 i casks Pure Juice Port Wine;
10 casks L'Durand do do;
5 bbls Cherry Bounce;
5 butts Cherry Wine;
do Jladena do;
10 bbls Extra Old Bourbon;
10 do do do Monongahslu;
Also, a full assortment of Domestic Liquors, generally
too numerous to mention.
50 baskets assorted Champaign Wine, just received by
jv7 LYONS A CO.
DIRECT IMPOIITATIONS.
JUST received this day one of the finest and most beau
tifully selected stock of Meerschuum Pipes ever brought
to this city.
Also, a very beautiful lot of Stems, some of which are of
Cherry.
Also, Amber Mouth Pieces; Tobacco Pouches and Bags.
All of which we most resjwctfully invite the attention of
the public to call and examine, as it is no trouble for us to
shotfour Goods. LY'ONS A CO,
jy7 1 Cedar street
BUN. V. SOIL THOS. C. BUEGK A. TYLKR
BEN.il', NOEL & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
FOR IV A R D I N G MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
ColIegeStreet.
WINES AND .LIQUORS.
200 bblsl'ike's M'a Whisfey; 1 pipe Irish Whisky;
1 00 do Pate s KectmeJ do;
2 do Holland Gin:
50 do Brown's D D do;
20 bbls Old Port Wine;
20 do pure Peach Brandy;
25 do Apple do;
50 bk's Champagne, B B;
40 boxes assorted Cordials;
20 do Hock Wine;
20 do assorted Brandies;
25 do Claret Wine;
20 do Muscat do;
20 do Brandy Cherries;
lu 4 casks Madeira Wine;
BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
50 do Old Monoog'la do;
50 do Old Bourbon do;
10O do Ameritain Brandy;
30 do N E Ruiu
8(1 do Gin;
40 do S M Wine;
15 do Walker's Ale;
2 pipes Madeira Wine;
Sherry Wines;
S Yi pijwsOld Brand v;
In store aad tor sale by
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
50 boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco-,20 boxes Missouri Tobacco;
50 do lbmzA l.oydwm do 20 do hentucky do;
25 do Kohz s liold l.eal do;
20 do Mussulman s nectar
15 do Plieiux
do; leafTobacco;
15 do Sam Woods'
10 do E S White's
5 do Reed A Nash's
10 do Allison's
25 do Fenuell's
10 do Daily's
do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco;
do; lo do Albrett's 44 do;
do; 10 do Wetherington's do;
do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars;
do; 80 do Johuson-s do;
do; 40 do Cuba Six do:
10 do bnans
do; 10,000 Notioleon Regalia do:
10 do loung uurne sdo;ii,yoo jenny und do;
In store and tor sale br UfJ.v. 31. :subl, A (JU.
T UST RECEIVED 800 pounds superior French
tf KappeeSiiiuu;
850 lbs Maceabov SHuff;
lut) I.undy foot nnlf;
1 Lot hue Havana ieaf Tobacc;
Also On hand Iingbome's Chewing Tobacco. The
Fiir Leaf: the El Dirrai; Bogg's A Go's; Anderson's, and a
general varely oi tne unesi looacco.
50 dozen npe Htenis, wun or without arnuer moutn pie
ces. I have a few of those pipes on hand yet, which I
warrant aimoiNK Meerschaum. Gentlemen will do well
iu callinghere before purchasing elsewhere, as each pipe is
tested betore sole. J. iluuKh., lobaccomst,
aplO Little Indian, cor. Cedar and Cherry sts
".KAN KNOW THYSELF."
Invaluable Rook or 25 cents. "Evert Fantfl
should have a Copy."
TWVENT Y THO USAND t opics sold in less
X than 5 months. A new edition, revised
and improved, just issued. I
Dr. IIU.MhltS jlbUIU'Ali 11A.1UAL
AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an
oulhneol'tbe origin, progress, treatment and aire of every
form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter
course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for
their prevention, written iu a familiar style, avoiding all
medical technicalities, and everything that would olleud the
ear of decency, from the resultof sometwenty yearasuccess
ful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure ot diseases of a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added receipts fur the cure of the above dis
eases, and a treatise on tlie causes, symptoms and cure of the
Fever and Ague.
Testimo.nt or tub I'aor. or Obstetrics ix Pent. Col
liibk, Puilaiiklphia. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN
UAL. The author of this wrk unlike the majority of those
works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats,
is a graduate of one of the best Colleges iu tlie United
States. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the
unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful
and experienced practilkjoer, in whose honor and integrity
they may place the greatest confidence.
juacrii i.u.M.Miiuur,. zi. u.
From A. Woodwarb, M. D op I'kss. U.MVKitstTr, Puil
aoeu'UIa. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to
the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical .Man
ual. Numerous cases of Diseases or the Genital Organs,
snnie of them of long standing, have com; under my no
tice, in which his skill has been manifest m restoring to per
fect lieulili, in some instances where the patient hxs been
considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi
nal Weakness, or disarranceuient of the functions.Droduced
byse!f abuse or excess of venery, 1 do not know his supe
rior iu m ruicvotou. x uaie ueuu acquainted wim ine
Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice
to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ot
early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, m whose pro
fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them
selves. ALF. WOODWARD. M. D-
"This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and
ntelligible work published ou the class of diseases which
it treats. Avoidingall technical terms, it addresses itself
to the reason of its readers. It is free Irom all objectiona
ble matter, aud no parent, however fastidious, e
to placing it in the hands of his sons. The author has de
voted nuny years to the treatment of the various complaints
treated of, and 'with too little breath to puif,' aud 'too lit
tle uresumntion to imiMine.' he hasofleredto the world at
the merely nominal priee of 25 cents the fruits of some
twenty years most successful practice" lln-ald.
"No teiiclier or parent sIkhiIiI bo without the knowledge
iuinurted in this invaluable work. It wouljsave Years of
pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their
charge." 1'U' AdmcaU.
A 1 resovienaii ciertt)uau iu wuw, u nnungoi "jiun
er"a Medical Manual, says: "Tliousands upon thousands
of our youth, by evil example and liilluence ol the passions,
have been led into the habit of self-pollution withmitrealiz
ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and
tjosteritv. The constlliitions of Utousaudswhnare raininr.
families liavebeen enfeebled, if not broken down, and they
do not know the csuse or the cure. Anything that can be
done so to enlighten and influence the public mini! tn
check, and ultimately to remove this wide
human wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing
next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on Uie present and
coming generations. Intemperance lor the use of intoxi
cating dnuks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous
ands, is nt a greater scourge to the human race. Accept
my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, you r co-worker in
the good work you are so actively engaged in."
Obb copy, (securely enveloped,') win be forwarded, free of
postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or S
eopies for 1. Address (past paid,)
COSDENACO,
Publishers. Box I9, I'LiLutiL
BookBellers.Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on
teznost liberal terms.
MISCELLANEOUS
HY ROYAIj iE-rrERTATfENTT
THE HYDROHAGEN, OS, "WATEBIECOF ANTI CON
STJiLPlIvE
VAXUTACTUBro BT
IIARCOURT, BRADLEY & CO.,
44 Market St, Manchester.
Principal Warehouse, 102 "Wood St, Cieapside, lenden
England. American Establishments, 38 Ann Street &
102 Hassan, Street, Kew-York, TJ. S.
THE Hydromagen is a valuable discovery for protec' r-r
the feet from damp or cold, and therefore a pre "
tire of many Lung diseases, without any doctor r ,
ever. The Hydromagen is in the form of a sole, and wnn
inside the boot or shoe. Its medicated character j a ,
erful antidote to diseases. k
For Gentlemen it wiU be foundatrreeable. mm -
healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather, iL 3
foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen is inserted -Ladies
may wear the Tightest soled boots or shoes ia 9
musi incinuieni weaiuer wim impunity; while Ujcsr..p
tion, so prevalent among the young of our counlrv. cay"a
thwarted br their eeneral adoption. Ther niiri
ctdt oter-thoet, as the latter cause the feet fo persr.re - &
uuudumjr uinnner; ana, Desiaes, are noj dargtrL-.
wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like mdia rnbbe. -While
the latter cause the feet to appear extremely Ur -the
Hydromagen, being s mere tbin she? of cork t-e-Z-" '
peculiarly phiced inside, does not increase the t,ze tf
boot, or cause the foot to appear untidy. To Chi Lirea f
are extremely valuable, as they may engage in ex r;
with comfort and healthy effects. Their expose is :oe.
as to scarce need mention; besides, those who patr;:!-
them will find their ytarlf ductor'i bUU tmteA da.. .; .
thertbjt.
As the Hydromagen is becoming more known, t!s sar; i
increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last venr .3
London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, iuttr
Leeds, Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, HambHrgh, and U;. -our
sales reached 1,732,4.50 pairs of Cork Soles. Tb)
the number will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their ooiniou of their valne as a i-rev.--Utive
of Colchs, Colds, Bkoxchitis, Asthma, and I -
SCH1TIOY.
Mes's Size, pr. pair, S6 Cii9.
Lames' do do SO do.
Bor's A Missts'do 25 do.
Notice. From the Retail Price we make a verr I ber '
allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, so that an- Mr
keeper may make a fine profit on liwirsale, while ibcTw-'
an article that may be kept is any store: aaone any c j
of goods;
For terms, apply to
UARCOURT, BRADLEY A CO.
sept 14 54 diwSm. S3 Abb SUeet, New Yri
T H E 0 11 E S T
SIR ASTLEY COOPER, BART, M D
THK EJIIKE5T MEDICAL PRACTITIOSSR, HAS LEFT A TA"
UACLE LEOACT TO THE WORLD IS IH3
Great Preventative of Ccrisiompticn,
AXD
UXFAILIXG CURE OP PUDIO.VIRT I1ISE1SFS
AYITIIOUTTHE USE OF JIEDltl.VE.
Sir A. C, Bart, invented and advised the nsa of the
DIEDICATED FUR CHEST PROTECTOR,
TO all persons of all ages and conditions, as a cextx.ze.zl
a safe shield against those fearful di.seases, C
tion, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs, Colds, andi other . .
tions of the Lcags, which arise from the exposed sta' -tbehcst,
according &uW; and the continunl cLarr-j
of our climate.
44The I'rotector" is simply a chemically prepared f?
lined with silk and padded, which, suspended lrom th c.-'-covers
the chest, in so agreeable a manner that, once w ;:-
it becomes a nttf-uary and it eomf-rt. ""'
"The Protector," although but recently introduced r i
America, is making a rapid progrevs through the I i
States, the Canada, South America, aad the West IsC 1
It has for a long time been a staple article in Laglicd tra
on the continent of Euroi-e, while it has grown m tacr
conntries to the position of an article of dress.
To demonstrate these faets efujuire of any Fjj-'" 1: rc
dentin your vicinity of his knowledge of" the "be-c'-il
effects of wearing the Protec'or, without recoccsetj
DOCTOEiNOofany kind. The oust of wearing the?e ar' c -3
is a mere trifle. and one will last some vearg. .Vscne
values the health of himself or his fcniily will be w " -t
them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone rcwir.
mending them, but rapidly introducing thenu Ha. -
Bradley A Oo, of London, and Mantnester, Krglandrwcra
originally entrusted with the msBufuctwe of the Prstcc' s,
by the lamented Dr. Cooper, and ceottsue to manu'ac'e
according to Aw oriirtal in.tlnictMw, and tberef-rercr-r
mend those who would wear 'The Protectors " tj zcz':
their being genuine. '
Rejiubes rms a a staple .traeir, axd .no Patent 1"
icise.
RETAIL PRICES:
Gent's Sixe, tl each.
Ladies de i(o Oo.
Bots" AMessEsdo 75 do.
UARCOURT, BRADLHYAfO,
S Ann Street A 102 Nuwtaa Sirec
. sew tom, tr. s.
PBrcciPALTARrnosr,10e Weed St, Cheapsidr Lc- " -3
MASorACTORr, 44 .Market Street. Manchester, Krg f '
IL B. A Co. are establishing Depots fcr the saictr 4r 3
Protector" m all parts of America. Physicians, tsa
Druggists, Clothiers, Dry Goods Merchao'.a, Uattera c: J
Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing Store-kectx-a cj
entrusted with the wbolesaleand retail dwtrilHiti.-n f .' cr
and to whom mostliberal terms are otfered hr their c-'t'
prise, and a splendid opportunity opens to them fori- clzZ
p roh table busiEes.
For terms, apply to
HARCOCRT, BRADLEY A CO.
sept 14 54 dAwSm. Si Ann Street, . ex ork, C ' 1
HOCERS' JLIYEIiW'OKT AND TAR
FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF COCGHS COLDS
INFLUENZA. ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS, M'lTTIvJ
OF BLOOO, AND ALL OTHER LUNG COMPLAINT !
TENDING TO CONSUPMTION.
This preparation is getUDglnionje alloveronrc
try. ilienumertxu Inters we reeirefrumiBr?arioU3az .
lelorminz; us of cures effected iu taeir llomedute nc r
honds, warrant us in njiai it isoseoi the beU If c "V
verybe.1 COIGH MEUK'INB now before ihe p"'; 1 "V
almost Invariably relieve and not OHfreiitienUT c ar -j
J8.?. Wr?'?""-, -W1lr " """t;4"8hptriarlll.r.t.;T.
ralleil,thisha relieved the patient, at liruisisto, deaU-s
Medicines,and Phjsiclani c& twtify. Ask lb it . re-1 -i
nearest town, what has been his eifwrieaeo of the til- .-"'
Uns medicine. If he has been teitiueitforaav la. eta tf". a
be wilt telljou ins TIIEEEi,-rMHIHtl.St.Il.rM"
Below we givea few extract from letters weliavs rrc'i-. J
lately regarding the virtues ut this HKUICtNE.
llr. S. s. Oslin.of KnoxvilU,a-, save: "I hive been n
your LIVKllWOkT aadTAIt very eiteiisivelv in inv r-
uceforthree )ers pt,and. It is with pleasure I t -7 t
brlief In IIS SUPKkoKn V OVEK ALL UTUHK rf .
UI.ES with which 1 am acquainted, fur uhich it 1, rec -j
mended."
Messrs. Filizerald & Bernwrs, wriliBK from Witnrsv :
N.C.sa): '4The UVKKWoKl' and f AK 1, bee,.imnr
more popular In this coantr)', and we think jmtlvso A
who have tried it jpear iu cuHiraeBdaWe terms of li.a-ijit-tt
Is very bene6ciat In alleviallos the cowplaiKt for wLi 'j
la recommended."
Oor Agentin Pickens District, S. C.,.Mr. S. K. McFm!! a
sures us "that he uses it with great benefit in Ins own U-ti. -and
recommends it to his neighbors." Hucivi-nu in-- 5
of a Neim woman. In his vkimtj, who ha.l beei s.sl r
wiih diease of the Lubes f,,r Jears, attended with set -j
coujli, who mis relieved by Uie Liverwort and Tur
Such ate 1 the good reporu ehear of this Moticinefr7!
all arts of tba .--oulh. for a report of the surnnsicr c-j-rj
it has performed in the Western and Northern ana r-t.
States, we would invite the suffering i.ent to tezi 1 3
pamphlet which accompanies euh buttle. 'lu all. w- sz
have hope, hve hope
TRY THK MKDICINKII
BK W'AKSEU IN PK.t?OXt
And neglect not that cough whiefa is UII .ir.nin.
cnistitutiou, ItiitatingjeurthroalaBdlHBgs.aiKl inviii c j
that dread disease, Co.suini.twii, when so s,wih . c J
Healing a remedy can be obuiaed as Dr. Keers-.s,7j..
UveiwortainlTar.
BEWAKK OKCOlNTEKFKITRAXD HASH IMITVriJN
Thegenntoeanieleis sieoed A.MIHHW nncxpj
engraved wrapper around each tHHtlr.
Price, SI per bottle, or six bottles for s.j.i i.
aud reuil by NCOVII. A MK.tl. "
ill Lliartres .t.fcet.l'wili and SuLimiis, S rt
Sole Agents roit the Soo-rnicBM Sr.... ... 1. u
orders and applications fr Agencies must be add re
OUI.U ALMI BV
BKHKV A DKMOl tL.
KW1.N BKorUKK-,
W. F. OKAV,
, , . . J. M.ZIMMKKJMS,
Julyl dtrw&w Cm. .ahv.t'e
JEW DAVID, Oil IIEUKEU PLASTER:
THE CKKAT KKMKIIV fr Kbmatt.m. Cut. nam In t
S'tle, Hip, Ilack, Umbs and Joints. SerofHls. K.ug s I 1.
..M..c.,r.r.MiiK,iliu tuiuors, MIHJoum, aLd iin-: wj-
rer.
Where thU llaster is apptWd pain caniwt ovist.
It has been beuefleial iu nv,. iv..t..... .u,h i -
and Weakuess iu the Stoinaeh, Weak Umb-, Umeuess, ft
lection of UieLungsIn their .runkrj stage. It destiuis e
JamJS I., ttiivd. Hiekens IUlrtt Sa.il Cmim. , .
that, by i 1.1 use alone, he was cured of Hheumaiisia lu b"-
or his knees, ot several vears stautliBg.
The following was handed usfcr a resueelable phvsician in
Georgia :
iu issas.i-cnviLiSr MraD : Gents : I have been using vo"r
.ivrrwort aud Tar Hebrew Ha-ter very eitenstvrlv lrl jr.
lractice for three jrars past.aHd It is with pleasure that I
slate my belle! fn theirsui-norilyoY.R all hthu aRTittas
with which laru acquainted, tor Ik i-ttrptTiifr whicU ll- -are
reeonunemlod. The Hebrew I'hister, es-ecially, U ta
clveRsL rNi rA for local naiH-i. Ibaiealso found i: a
mostexcellsutapulieallonror.SpralasaHd Kfuisrs. It gtres
nnir.rul .hII.&aiImii wb.r.rs, H-M,t v v i. , iv . ..
Kuoxville,Ga..March-ltfa, l!M3. '
jry "ware of Counterfeits and base Imitations.
Thegenuiue will In future havethesig.ater ofB.Tar ea
on the steel iIaln engraved ou the label on the top of ea .n
box.
Purchasersareadvtsed thata mean counter Mt of th.s ar.
tide is la existence.
Thegenulueissoldonlybyus.andbyo-r agents annofn4,
ed thrnush the South 4.-0 no rxiLK is sliowed to is
IT. Dealers and Purehaaersgenerallv are captioned against
buying of any but our regiilarageitt.otlwrwhw tb-y w,U La
Imposed upon with a worthies article.
llK'hartrrsStreet.New Orlsans.
Sole General Agents for the Southern States.to whom a'.!
ordsrs must Invariably be addrensrd.
SOLDAIiO KV
BHKRV IIRMOVtl.LK,
F.WI.V BltOTHKHS, '
, . , . W.F. GRAY,
lulyl dtw&wCm J. M. ZlMMfcKMAN
JUST RECEIVED. One case of Dill's tW Fip Lear
bjeco. Persona uinj tfiisTobaeeo wit hnd it to ll
llieir
auvaniage 10 can at the mga of the JjMfe IbJws, l lierry
Cedar mreets. Forsale wbJesole or retail by
e24.
J. MOORE.
SUP RICH E COURT, DECEiUIlER TERU T. I
THKbiMinessof the next term of UriaC-wt, will be Ulen
up in the followinj; order:
1st, the 4th Circuit;
2d, the 1Mb Cireuit;
3d, the 6th Circim,
4tb, the 7lh CfreuHj
5th, the 5th Circuit;
Cth, the Stb Circuit,
Assoon as the business ofoaeCireuit sttalt bare been
dispatched, the next in order above stated, will be taken
witlioutdelaj; and upon theeivil businesH of eachfircuit
beine disposed of tlie Cnminal bHBe. of each Circu.t
willbelmmedia eljltakeuop. This order w,!l be aubTc
to -such uiodihcation. during the term, may beconsider
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