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.UEDICAI. COLLEGE OF GEORGIA.
Acqcsta, July, 1856.
fp4E twenty fifth Course of Lectures In this Institution
L will comme-ce the flrt tfonday ia NoTember next.
u. M. NEWTON, M. D . Anatomy.
L. A. DUn S, M. D.. 8urgry
I p GARVIN', M D, Msteria iledica, Therapeutics, acd
J. A Xi., JI. I) , 0 metrics atd Diseases cf Wcmeu
an. I' l a r.
U V M MILLER, 11 D, Phjsiclo.y end Pi'islogicsl
At..' tr. .
AL' X 'IEvXS, M I). Prnfeswrof Checiitry.
L 1) 1 Out) iX U, Iastitutes and Praetict cf Kedl
rlntr. II F CaMPBELL. M D, Surgical, Comparative, and
llicrnsopic.J Anat mv
It '"AMl'HLLL, il D, Demonstrator of Anatomy.
i B -!MM 'NH. U. b. AsaiiiOEl DemonsTttor.
Jl KliU iiAuRlS. M D, Prosector to Protessor cf
Clio cal Lect-ires will be delivered irgularly at the City
ilo'pmi. nd ir.;i)c p irtnntms will be aSurdtd for the
st::av or 1 lactic jl Anaiomy.
F- f rtbe -nti e Course tlO 00
M .tncukn n TioVtttt'i be taken oncej b 00
F'.rx iihtr particulars apply to
u 61 n
riiivuswri (;iuti.UAK bCiiooL,
Tub Prej sratoi v )epanment of the UniTgrsitj will be
rnene m MimddT, Septtmber 6th, coder the specie 1
direction cf ftff J l Stewart, assisted by oterniem
tern iif ib i)i;? FjcuIit. f he course of study embra
Qc tT;'eir. ad '9 osi'gned to prepare boys fur ecur
it g to l-rchmia cl:v.is in ifcn College, fupiis will be re
q:; r, d to rtcnn in ibe tebool rcora (rom fire to six hours
Tii Ji gent effortj or the Faculty will bt giTn to make
this iu all rcuptcti, a C tt cues echool, adapted to the
tcanu ot the cut an1 o.untry.
Teriao J2S 00 per aession cf SO woks; 50 00 per to-
Korpar iciJirs apply to Prof Stewart, to Col. B.B,
Job r.n .-iu J B LI.VD.LEY,
jul 3 -1m Chancellor of the OnlTeraity.
FIVE MILKS FltOM NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
rjIl-. Thiitte th innuil Session often months, or
1 I weeks of this Institution, will open 8pt. S9tb,
135C aiid c'oe Julj 4th, 1S5T
'1 no Odi ge is tupulitd i'h an experienced and efB
c:eTit Kculiy, and ffers the beit oducatiinal advantage
tr, ibo crowin of the country. In point of health and Trt
a "ti irurn temptation there is no location superior, and the
w.I kuown atiei ti irs of the Teachers, kfl jrd the surest
SiuniHitt' ihct the Institution tff.rs a taferetreat to such
aa ri'-Jh dryire en education
The nli iln co't of boarding, rooms, tuition, fuel and
wawi.i s n 1 6ir, umnuntsto ?160. Catalogues sent to all
on auu.c.mn. Addteis T.FANN1NU. Pres't,
ia- tuu- or W. LIPSuOMB.Sec'y.
Franklin College, Tenn.
Bandusi i Seminary.
TI1E i.exi arfMon of this Institution, situated on a Farm
of II acon the Middle Franklin Turnpike, 4
Hnl" tmm Kaibville, will co meuce on Monday, tht lt
l.A.MLl) l.U.llhUl.VI fcLl.
1"1VE rilOU.AMJ tilNUELS OF KYE; TEN THOU-
Mund bu-hela ot Wheat ; lo.OUO pounds of Wool; for
wnis . w ill p.y cash. ,
SEYMOUR. FAXMN'O A CO.
aT111'" OaCAlt LOUIS THEODORE,
J3 JL tn-tn p ranee, bcs leive to intorm the Ladies aud
ftp .lUmeu of liTiIle, thithebij permanently located
.ii.itciiy lor the purpose of givitg Instruction in his
1. .i.7i lanKtuK" Having been engaged m hu Profession
r ;., last twelve ean in ditTerent Southern Stile, and
U' iv at ihe l-emuls Inmitute, Columbia, and cuming
ti.'U- ieccminenJcd,heflitirr himself that he will be
1 1 ti 1 1 patrouii! tif li.e citnens, and promises on his
1..11 i.iduevirjttiiug to miko his tnsiructions both ustful
ui'il ujsr.-eab:e I'mt terms und otter particulars please
.il itihoS- Olo id 11 itel betweMilO and 11 o'clock A.
M , ,,d 4 and 5 1' 1 , but call as soon as convenient, so
that tko classes uiav be lormed at once. Ladies can take
then Uesiinaet tLeir i.nmes For the convenience of those
l. larecngBRed duirp the day, Night Classes from 8 to
illbegiven. fjulyll tf
VUOO.M A- FOWLER'S WALNUT OIL,
mii i t-a it v sli AVINU SOAP.
-lM'KItYTHIMl sought by be tnost fasiidious in this j
11 branch ol the toilet, ana essential m ""i
v.i,i be-oundupou trial combined in the above named ar
"'It 1, is now baen in the market 12 years, and the tbous.
r..l.Kt...tiavp ued it enn testily tj its surpassing and
v.ol- qu atioi It is w thout doubt the betf Soap in
iui ,rl l. 1 .! genuine bears Yroom A Fowler s signa
lama fi simtk and is i nly manufactured by John U.
iik in, mc o Aiir.) New Yi rt
.,id m uhvil .- bj T Wells, A. H. Roscoe, O. W.
Jli ervh.itt, J U. llrown. and in New York by dealers
RAN A" A fim the fiioscnber. at .Nashville, op ffy
Jonr 3 1. u n?gro man bv the name ot JUHN.T
He is cb.wit 2" it 3o yeaw old, black complexion, J2.
aas raDd in .--Doth Carolina or Georgia, renembles Uie
ial Afncan, he is ob 111 ' fest 3 or 4 inches high. He will
Me g'l i.b'.ut l r 1 1 pounds, has a very plain scar on
bt p, hirb sivea 11 the appearance of having a chew of
Tchjooo under 't
t will g'va iti rt wtrd tor hit upprehension in the State
- ihit I cm .eitiini, i-r i it sauebt out of the State.
,M7 AMES M MURRELL.
.b&tiis, Buxns, Batas.
n'.S jut eotnple d bis aup-rj and elegant Bath
Uoem.ln -,, 0UJTJD mrt
tid is r
cpared t lurnish Hot, Cold and Shower Baths,
,.ri,t nn ice. lie rrjpectfull solic ta a continu
that patn nage whub. ns biihert been to irenar.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
fcaF" Oar advertisers wll please sand in their t
advertisraerm before 12 o'clock, M., bo as to ensure
their insertion m the moraiDg'a paper. 1
! 5- The deg ee of D. D. was cacferrel upon
tbe Rev David Pije, of CoIuj bia, by Stewart
Col'.ege, Clarkaville, at its recent commencement.
FACE THE MUSIC.
We are requested to say there is ONE THOU
SAND DOLLARS on deposit In the State Jank,
the owner of which is willing to.risk it fiat Ten
nessee vrill go for BrCHAiAK. ' j,
THE CHANCE REPEATED.
A very responsible gentleman desires us to esy,
that be has on deposit in tbe'Bsnkof Tenne.s?e,
81,100, -which be inrite3 any one ivbo doatts the
follovring pfopo3ition3 to cover -with th! Rama
$100 that BtrCHAKA.1 beats Filijjore tn Tenura
see. $100 that Buchanan beats Fiixmoke 500 vote3
$100 that Bcosaran beats Tiixmore 1000 votes
$100 that BtrcnAKAS be its Fillmore 1500 votes
$100 that Bcobarak beats Filuiore 2000. votes
$100 that Buchai-as ce's more electoral vote3
1- tt; 1 n '
iu me union man riLLMOhc.
$100 that he gets 5 more votes.
$100 that he gets 10 more votes.
$100 that he gets 15 more votes.
8100 that he gets 20 more votes.
8100 that he gets 25 more votes.
The gentleman who offers the abovo is willing to
put up $200 on each proposition, if desired. The
whole taax of $2 200 is on deposite in the Bank of
03r A gentleman at tur elbow offers to bet a
Lot, situated on Summer street, In MacGavock's
addition, worth $1500, 95 feet front and 180 feet
deep, on Tennessee eoinu for Buchanan. Walk
np, gentlemen, and show your courage.
SPEAKING OF THE ELECTOHS.
Hon. Neil S. Brows and the Hon. Isau G
Harbh, candidates for Elector frr the State at large
willadlressthe people on the P-cideatial que
tions at the followirg time und places :
Murfree?boro Tnursdiy, July 24th.
Fayef eville, Monday,
W11 e ester, Wednesday,
M'! eiester, Thursday
Gainsboro', VVo ' ? 'y,
H"N Wm, H. Polk and Horace Mavkard Esq.,
candidates for Elector for the State at large, upon
the Democratic and American tickets, will address
their fellow-citizsns at the following places. Other
appointments, extending through East Ter.nsssee,
will be made in a few days:
Chattanooga, Friday, August 1.
Cleveland, Saturday, " 2.
Benton, Monday, " 4.
Athens, Tuesday, " 5.
Madisonville, Wedns., " G.
Maryville, Thursday, " 7.
SevFerville, Friday, " 8.
Dandridgej Saturday, " 9.
The undersigned, Electors for Sumner county,
will addrsss their fellow-citizens at the following
times and places:
HartSTille, Thurrday, July 24.
Ca-tihan apil igs, h-tnj
Cairo. Tuesday, Aug. 5.
Het dcrsouvilie, Wednesday. Aug 6
Shsckle Island, Thursday. Aug. 7.
Joyner's Gte, Friday, Aug. 8.
Allen's, Saturday, Aug. 9.
Mitchellsville, Wednesday, Aue 13
Bailer's Store, Thursday, Aug. 14.
Norrel's Spring, Hobdy district, Fi May, Aug. In.
Stovall'a, Wednesday, Aug. 20.
Staly's Tan Yard, Thursday, Aue 21.
W H. Solovoh,
Jas J. Turner,
L G Stkwart,
Mr. MifHEAL Vauohn. one of the Elec'o-s for
Davidson ronnty, and Riudal W. McGavock wi 1
add -ess their fellow citizens at tho following timts
Hutchinson Springe, Wedneidsy, July 23,
Tank, Monda , August 4
Djg Creek, Toursday, Angus' 7.
Garrett's Mill, Wednesday, August 1R
Love's Store, Bt night, Wednesday, August20.
Sharpe's Rifles. A'l sportsmen, who are in
want ol a good and reliable gun, especially adapted
for large game such as Bear, Deer, &r, are invited
to call at the store of Full fe Cunningham, No. 47,
Public Square, and examine "Sharpe'a Patents port
ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of
aim, and length of range 13 far superior to any cun
evor invented, and u alike any other Patent Gun its
construction is so exceedingly simple that it is not
mce liable "to get out of order" than the common
F. & C. have also a few shot guns made on tie
Nasavills, July 16, 1856. 6m.
Taxes The City Revenue Collector (Mr. Nel
son) requests us to state that those who have not
paid their corporation taxes fcr this year, can sive
a month's interest by cal ing at his office and pay
ing up before the end of the month.
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative In cur ad
Tertisicg columns is to be found an advertisement of this
popular restorative. Wt know nothing of its merits save
what we read, but that is sufficient, particularly when we
see tuch testimonials of its efficacy as the following
which we clip from the Ottawa Frtt Trader .-
Having tried unsuccessfully sundry highly recom
mended hair tonics' on our own half denuded crown,
we bad about lost all confidence in nostrums of that sorts
until 1 week ago ws met a distinguished politician ol thin
State, whom we had seen three vesrs ago with thin hairs
and as 'gray as a rat,' but now boasting as fl-eand glossy
a head of hair as one could wish. We demanded the se
cret of his improved appearance, when be re:dily account
ed for it by ascribing it to the Tirtues of Prof. W ood's Hair
Roatorauve. We shU try that next R ch Hirer Dtmo
crat. Died On the 17th inst.,at her residence near
Elkton.Tena., Mrs. Mart Eliza Harset, relict
of the late Mnj. Rob't B. Harney of th t place.
UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, I
Nassviiis. July 24, u. IBS6. 1
GnociMit ltJtuum at fortnur quotaUnns, with an upward
Whit 70v$'O, firm. Pnrnlgn newi favorable
ACKL1N wishes to eraply a ftrutly toUr and in-
duMm.uj mat., to take charge of his Summer Resi-
1 denee, near Nashville. fjy2S tf
FRESH DRY GOODS. CLOTHIN0
BENJ. F. SHIELDS will sell on Friday evening, tbe
25tb tnt., iat the Auction St-re of Mr. M. C. Bruce,
Nn. 17, Cedar stnet.) without reserve, some three or four
Irvoicesot Drv Good?, Clothing, Ac , Ac, consisting in
part of : Silk Trim'd Mantillas, Embroidered Curtains,
Plain and Emb d Uandkerchiew. Crpe Mhaws, white and
colored Lace Collars, and Undersleeves, Satinett and
Heavy Drill Pants, Coats. Vesta. Stocks, Muslin Shirts,
Alpaccas, Damak, Table Cloths, Sewing Silk, with a va
riety of Pant Stuffs. I)resGoods, Ac Ac. Having orders to
clre.the(rod will bn sold without limiL
jl!4-2d BENJ F SHIELDS.
" SALi- OF A NEGRO.
B virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
connt, rendered at the July Term, lS'o, in the
case of M. Burns, Administrator of John Hamilton, dee'd,
kthtU. I will offer fir sale, m tha old murt House yard,
in Nash ills on SATURDAY, August the Oth, a NEGRO
M N usiaed Harry, and aged about 60 years.
Terms Said Negro will be a ld up&n a credit of four
rcmthji. and a note invabln lu Bank with two endorsers
. t, retired. P. R- WEATHAM,
jjfu-j.td. Clerk r-nd Matter.
Grand Rail :r J
Thera will be a grand DEVTOORAHO BARBE
CUE and JUBILEE, on Yellow Creek, in Dick
son county, near J. W. & II. F, Sheltom's, on
THURSDAY,. the 14th of August. Every person
far and wide are invited to come. Speakers from
every part of the State, und from other States, wilj
be 'nvited. Ladf":B particularly invited.
FE7ER AND AGUE ANTIDOTE, FOR THE SPEEDY
s&fr, end radical cureoT av.j.r F Bit of that Distris
Ing M-.iaa'y -crt entirslir newprnjipies J3? Sold at
Wnolesala by twin Br thers.ana Retail bv Jo G Brown,
Naahrille. Tenn j'tne as 6m is
MARKET ST., NASHVILLE
nave just reaMved au i vnu-e it
I7EW AND F0PULAS BOOKf,
A partot wbioti, 8te thu fjilowii g:
THE PIaZZ V TALKS. Bv Herman Melville.
MaRKIEU, NOT MATED; or How They Lived atWood.
sice ana 'inrccxmoiou urn.
PLURI BUaTAll. A Stin that'a bT-no-anthnr.
A DEfci WITHOUT A NAME." By Q K. Philander
Doetieks. P. U (Secnrvl supply.)
EAKNtST LIS WOOD; a NotL by Mr Lee Heals,
fSeeina sudd'v )
RACHEL AND f Hi NEW WOBID ; a trip to tha United
States and Cuba.
COMIC MLsEKIfcd OF HUMAN LIFE; an Old Friend
in a New Dress.
ABBIE TT AND OTHER KNOTS By "Katinka."
TOILING AND UOflNG ; Thestpryofa Little Munch.
HABITS AND MEN; with remnaits of record touch-
in? the makers of both. Bv Dr Doran.
LINDl.t : or the oudi Pilot of the B;l'e Creole, A tale
of Southern Life. By Mrs Lee tieu'x
VASS VL MURTO.. a Novel, br Francis Parkman.
THE MODEKN STORk TbLLKli, or tte BetStori3 of
the ism Authors
REALlTi ; or the Millionaire Daughter. ABjokforalL
Bv Mrs Tuthill.
THE CIS ATLANTIC BATTLE BETWEEN SAM AND
THE POPE: brJame3L Chapman.
PUILLY AND HIT , orLiro and Raimnnt : by Caroline
THE SPARROWGRASS PAPtBS; or, Living in the
Country: by Fred S Coxxens.
THE UlFtd TKIALS, a Novel, by the author of the
PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JACK
ADAMS: the celebrated Sailor.
WUl TS LAUY ; A Romance of Love and War : by Bey
nolds. PHILLIP ROLLO ; or, the Scottish Mosquteers, by Ccpt
CYRELLA: a Romance. By the author of "Initials."
UICK TENLETON , or the Last ot his Race, by J F
FRED GRAHAM : or. Books and Faces. bvJ F Smith.
THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF 0APTFBIL3T.
(Humorous J Bv Mrs. Lee Henti.
ITELLbN AND ARTULR.or, Miss Thusa's Spinning
Wheel; Rina; or, tho Snow Bird Wild Jack; or
the btoJen Child the Victim of bxcitement ibe
Bjsom t-erpant Robert Graham Planters Northern
Bride. Tcgeiher with numenus other highly inter
esting isooas, by these ana other authors.
jnlyl7 HAG AN & BROS.
A. J. FKANCISCO,
HANUFACTUEER AND DEALER IN
Hats, Caps and Ladies'
NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE, Nashville.
Hats! Hats! Hats!
SUMMER AND IS WANTS.
nnUE first obvtical want snreest-
1 ed br the approach of warm
weather is the want of substantial
articlei to keep our craniums cool.
The sultry weather f ir the fait few
davs has increased the demand of
citizen? fi r FRANCISCO'S Celebra.
ted Summer Hats. A fine assort
ment still to ba found at
A. J. MSASCISCU'3
Juae23 Hat Emptmum, No. 28 Public Square.
WE STUDY TO PLEA.sE
J" IGHT, elrgant and dressy are those
JU BUPtrt MOLESKIN HATS.
that we are constantly making to order to
tts entire satitlaction 01 our cu -timers.
A. J. FRAN USCO,
J une3. No 2? Public Squs re
LILAC AND THE J'AWN COLORED SOFT
SOMETHING nsw and dmirable. at tee f.'mpnrinia of
No 23 Public Square.
PANAMA, LEGHORN AND MAKHlCAHO
STRAW GOODS OF bVERY DISORIPTION, for
Meu. Ilovs. ani Children: now reudt fnr insr?-
tlon. Bt the Hat Emporium of A.J FttNCIS'0.
June 8 s pnhiT uare.
CutiLtCiOK'a uU'lth'. I
lirr Uit-L, NibhviIIe. Jalv 15 I
A LI persons owning propcrti Within the limits ol the
corporation of NuahviJle su'jctto tmatLn, and all
:hose li ble tor Poll Tax or lax ou lertonal pmoertv and
who havn not paid for the year 1856. are berebv notilied
t" call il the 1 itieR id p,y tbe same immedmlcly, as lho
nrcessities f the corporation requite promptpaymcnts i
Holders of certificate for adrauced pa) menu, will
please prrsent them for settlement.
jnlyl7 Im Coll. ptcr
AGENTS wanted in every county in this and adjoining
States to sell tbe above new and impro ed CORN
NDCOB MILL. To all such, a rare chinoe to
make money will be offered Exclusive State and 1 ounty
privileges will be disposed of on unusually fa.r urn. s, by
application to the Proprietor.
1 AKJ1U11S AHU SltJUK KAISKIIS.
IoSer vou a Oiirn and Cob Mill unsurpassed In tht
Uniin. and whicn cannot be superceded by past or future
inventions It is tbe very Mill which everr Farmer and
Stock Raiser should have; it will crush from 8 to 10 bush
els Corn and Uot per hour, with one horse, is easily ntted
up and mancged, weighs 310 lbs., and a- all contact ot tbe
grinding surfaces is prevented, will last any farmer an or
din&ry hletime I speak thus of its durability because the
same principle has been fairly tested in the old Bark Mill.
Who is it mat wants
A MILL ON TRIAL
for one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return ltr 11 mere ue aay man ujus uipo&ea,iet aim now
peak. Satisfaction is warranted in eveiv ale. or the mon
ey will be refunded. This Crusher can be attached to
norse, water or steam power, wnicn renders it tne most
convenient Mill south of Mason's and Dixon's line. All
other Crushers now in the south require too much poAer,
or will soon wear out According to
THE LAW S OF NATURE
a Corn and Cob Mill Thich admits of a lateral or wabbling
motion, will, necessarily, soon wear out; all other Crush erf
are amenable to this grand objection, and the Pioprit rs
dare not dispute it. In the construction of "lookoAms
ica," I have gained power, and I defy contradiction; 1 hate
lessened friction, and I challenge one ward to the contra
ry; 1 have prevented a waubhng lateral motion, and all are
compelled lu acknowledge it: therefore, 1 assert that it is
tar superior to any other Mill. I am now selling this Ten
nessee invention at tbe small sum of
And any one wanting a ' 'good thing," is earnestly re
quested to examine the true merits and principle 01 mie
mil, auu order from the Proprietor or Agents.
A liberal discount made to dealers.
J. P. DROMGOOLE,
Shelbyville, Tenn., Oct. '65 So.e Proprietor.
Ellis, Moore & Co., 64 Market street, Nashville, Manu
lacturers and General Agents.
Beaumont, Fall A Co., ClurksvlUr, Agents for Montgom.
Ab Watkins, Pulaski, Agent for Giles county.
Wm. B Hunt, Salem, Agentfor Franklin connty, Tenn.,
and Jackson couuty, Ala.
JamesB. Vance, Castiiian Springs, Agrnt for Sumner
J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury county.
W.M. Bell, P. M . Rome, Agent tor Smith county.
J. R. Aikin. Charleston, Agent for Bradley county.
W. K. Uunfey & Bros, Loudon, Agents tor East Tenuef.
ee. octll lTdAiriw-
NO. 7, UNION STREET.
RS. S. M'CLOSKEY, returns her sincere
thanks to the Ladies of Nashville, and sur HKr
rounding c .untry, for the very liberal patronage be
stowed on her since ber commencement in business here,
and as she contemplates making arrangements for an in
creased supply of fiesh Millinery Goods tor the coming
season, she begs leave to inform her numerous patrjns
that she will commence THIS DAY to dispose ot the re
mainder of her Summer Stock at cost of French Millinery,
Ribbon3, Dress Trimmings, French Flowers and Bridal
Wreiths, very rich and elaborately trimmed, Hair, Blond
and other Styles of Bonnets Misaea' Leghorn Bloomers,
and childrens Richly Trimmed Hats, with a great variety
of Fancy Hoods
P S. Embrodery, Braid, Drawing and Pinking, various
styles. Ladies' Straw Bonnets, and Gents Panama Hats,
Bleached Pressed and Trimmed, in tbe new Italian Me
thod. fjunelO tf."
TTtROM the residence. if UV tuusenber. near tbe
JJ city, a BA MARK, ab.nt 14 hands high,
heavy biult, with bavy black mane tail and
foreiop. one or both hind f -et white. She hn lh'
appearance of being cnad.an, and is a natural and fast
pacer. A liberal reasrd will be paid for info mation
abi ttt ber. W. B. BAYLESS. " H
iul t a c-aiw
rxtdfc undersicned will make eng. n minis fo um 1
3 delivered in July, If app!leai:on is m de Imme-
"THE VERY LATESMEWS.
CP TO KTS
tip UR pP PPBLICftT X OK
Nsv'Yosk: Jnly 33, M.Cottn. firm ; sales
V SCO bale?. Flour advanced : Statp 5 95a6 03.
Vi h tt advanced; Sm hern red 1 59; white 1 30. j
Whisky,' Ohio 38. Coffea active;' Rio lOalli.
Sugar improving,' Orleans 8. MoLsses fitm.
Oil quiet; - " '.
WABKiKorost, J ly .23. Houee a'doptd a r&so f
la ion providing for evening sessions this week,
for gen ral debate only -
An i if ffectual effort jr&s'miie tpjeconsidertbd
vote, by which the House yesterday, decided Mr,
Chapman, a delegate from TCebrsaki,&tltled ta
his seat. v
A res lution was adopted, aothorkiag the pay
ment of mile&gs and per diem, to date, to Mr
The House tbertprocseded to the considaration
of the New Mexico contested election case.
Nsw Yob,' July 88 Tho steamer,Afr!cs sail'
ed at noon to day for Lverpool, with 90 passen
gets and $110,000 in specie.
ADKTioitiL F News.
Lostox, July 12. - A large butineu is doing in
Ssgar and Coffee unchanged. A 1-rge buaine s
is doing in rice at full prices, and holders sxe ask.
ing an advance.
Wa HiBOicT July 23 S nate received an in
vitation from Mr Yanderbilt, to Ti.lt bis new
oc an a amer, lying off tho. Anenal.
A bl!l was passed re ative to the improvement
tf t e Savannah riv r.
A b 1 from the Commi'tea on Naval affairs, au
1 1 ruing aec pt -nc by th? officers, of medals
from f reign Governments, fo services to the
rcause of sci nc and ham nity, was pissed.
Additi.s'L rs'-a the SEMATE.-sThere was
ha - d bate concerning the priority of business.
T e bill f r continuing the Impr vement of
Sh'boygau Harbor, was passed. Adjourned
Hous?. A res I tlon, declaring that Gal!eg.j
was not, and Otero was, the elecu&d.legate from
ttew Mexico, was a'opted.
Tre Committee on Printing reported a resold
tlon, which was adopted, to print 20.000 copies of
t e majority and minority reports of the Ken 11a
nvesi'ga 1 g committee, wttn 100,000 copies,
without the j ureal and evidence, "'or the use of
the members; the former to cost 61c, and the
latter 9c, apiece. 7
The House then went into commfitee of the
whole, and to. k a recess till 7o'clacir.
Torokt , July S3. A fire occurred here this
mcning, destroying a number of frame buildings,
offices, lumber yird, etc.
Washijtotoh, July 23. A dispatch, dated New
Yo k, was received to-day from Mr. JJnrlingaae,
saying h intended to return forthwith, to Wash-
ington, as Mr. Brooks had failed 10 follow him.
Mcaowhi e, the police officers at Washington are
on the lookout for him.
Wathihot it, July 34. The House was in aes
tion till 11 o'clock last night. Nothing was ef
fected b yond letting off a number,.of speeches
on various subjects
New Yorx July 34, M, Flour dearer; sales of
S ate at 6,20, Ohio 6,16a6,S0, Southern
wheat advanced 5c; corn improved,-mind 61
mess pork 20 26; lead steady; whisky tjulet.
Washikotok, July 34 Tho Stnco.lt proceeded
to the c nsideration of a bi'l to authorirs the pro.
tection of t itiiens of the United States who may
dis -over deposits of Guano
The House went in'o committee of the whole
on the state of 'he Union, and teak, up the army
L cisviLLr, July 34 River falling ith-S feet
9 inches water in the canal.
WHOLESALE PRICE CUBRENT.
BEB3WAA, iBooPi "
Tellow. 9 &
aeeDT79alte4, 9 1
Mould Tallow. 9
Common Caitliigi, V 4(aS.traln4, V ft
Mill Cranks k
Wazon Boxa,Ht, COcel &i
Carracaa if ? fr ISal S3
Western Kentve, 7 ftliaUfc
1 1 n w t -
Bar. " 8
Cumberland, p troth el liaiff
Sole, oak tanned, ft 3633
Java, p n t7alf:
Sew Of leans, 9 JUm Si
Golden Byrop ' enl 10
Assorted, V kaa, 2S4 SO
mo " liau.
Steel, 9 ft 40e
Manilla, PS, H 80
American Heap, no
Llaued " -
Ala. and Teun 9 ft calk
COTTUS YAH.NS. I
7W and 600 y?a.i
TiaurtI 9 (ai
do sup 9 sal
.VniieUa4,Uc.U.kea s 50
iMEheeUng 6H 9 yard
Ouiaburg KM I
Tent Clutb. 3 yds wide, 4U I
Tarcaulln Cloth. 0c
Chrome Qtn, 9 ft SusU
Twilled Basgiii l'-iHH
.-ipoaiao iifown - sahn
H.vcon Hjuai. e ft tUa
Heavy Vtuoien Jeant, 40aiS
ttaamlett bajs, (4 eU 9 dua
Patent inauiao, Md. 40
DitUUS AM) livn. dl-Urr'b.
do akoaideo ' s7
do tides 14 B
dobocrosad " S
rfoei ' 4
IU SMat, 9 butaai,
Borax Crudt, 25a33
' reOned, MMQ
Hrin.i..n, .Alt. ( aH
CaispborraflntMl " 50aii
Barrtl, per bosae
Cuiuiaridet " 81 J0.30U
I 00a! SS
Catlur oil 9 cal s Cj
Cmam Tartar. 9 ft 37a50
Ptor.-uipiur, 78 7 5V)
Gum Arabic, Siatf)
Coil, " 670
Ipecac, " 3 50a3 7J
Jalai., " lSliO
Clover, 9 bothel
Logwood gr'nd " 3o
JUdder. " tSal
Back 9 btg
MaKntMia, " 0al 4
tnelnnatl, brows t-ft
rurpeotlae Bar, "
CstUla and Wlndsoe .
Nutsala. " 3oa8
on Peupermentt" talc
ODium " 0 &0a7 Ut
uulcsiJlver, " I Oual U
Khubarti, " S 0a3 Uu
American Blltter, 9 ft
KaiclLth do- !
Saliloda, M 5
aaltpetre. " 18ak
Saleraiua, " t
Senoa, ' JSi.v
riusr Lead, " SC30
Live Geete, 9 ft,
row lev. 1
w 0rtta,9 ft'
do brown "
r 13 lit 14
Mackerel, So. I 9 bbl 21 W
t Louts, 9 bbl,
Oingei Baca, f ft
reppet - .
Kattlnt, 9 box,
4 COS 4 SO
Ktnaeied, 9 ft
Aimonut, v Ik
Aople,drled, 9 bntb
Ginseng, 9 a,,
imperial. 9 ft
youcx iitisb, -
Sail Hod Twltt, V 70a
do do III, 30a33K
do do FF 45a27X
Lanzborn A Ar'd Jas Klver 45
Window 8x10, ba 3 SCat 50
do 10x12, " 4 OUaS Ot.
do 12x18, " 8 50a8 00
Wheat. whlt-.,v buthel,
" Med. 9 buihel
Oalt, clean "
Vlriiolatwm, 9 ft,
Elfle, 9 keg,
Manilla, 9 ft,
Aintr. dew rotted 9 ft
8 (KX Brandy, Fr., 9 cal, 2 0015 00
Kcm, Jamaica ' ;
OU, Holland, -
8 00t4 00
1 30al 53
fi 004 00
.1 SOtSt 0
Madeira. 9 lalioa,
loaHKCbampaxnedo?M onaso to
Will. W KNOX,-
KEY F ITT Ji ,."'
Comer of Broad and Cherry strnta, NaaiTilia, ?su.
JaayfA-tf ".' " '
I v . , 1 . . n....l. 1 1 . . .. . . . : .1
g Qcausiril, unu j ' j 1 ' -.-j itn.k-. m 13 rewi
ind. Therrl'.;hl eissti.; ,it -:Kin,
anil tbojr Hiioiy
Mountain Beitvm-c wiat.
gar.ee and conibr'
"'AV 5JFIKI.H & WALKRK.
H'ATs fORM-idJif." i-.ais.
THE Hat wearing c 'nitn ' it "! riad tt WaterEet.l
A "Welter's eervthin ci-w and desirable for th
summer. Their Scft 11: Ha', and their Panama, I-rg-homandGroriida
Hats, should bswora by all wdo rtii
t3"keep oooi"inthe vrarra wetther.
may81 WAT KB FIELD A WAi.r.r.K.
Summer Bats sor j3oys.
I7S7"ATERFIELD Jc WALKER have ja,: Tf
TT cei-ed a very large supply i L-ghorn HaU for
boys, which they aresellingatmnderau pncea; ttiosetrho
want them should vail econ, as they are selling very rsp
Idly. WaTERFIELI) & WALK liS,
Premiatn ..it fcmpi.riw,
zaayEl aH rabMe-quare. next to Oowfler'e.
HANDSOME I'earl Cassimer liat, c;Jeit;i
tire new principle, Teati'ated and piiecttJ Tl-y
are cool and conifrtabe, and are LgtiVr it's.:; To:!y.
1 hey can only be I uaa at
jalylg WATERF1ELD A "At'' KS
TO THE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED 21 iTES.
AN advertisement of Mr. L 1 JO LPHL tv C 1. - 'teij
pabllahtd, as I tapioee, titerdcf fu V 1 rotccilca ol
his Schiedam caappa ac-Inst cjunttrfri' - Jictcme under,
mv btsivauon,ai,d being npajred in it..; taassfieiuro t
Soiedara Scaappt, were I 13 tut ': ut wlibcut aotlce
through this medium, 1 might bo ocldered amcnt t.ions
deoomlnatet "Pirctti end rtndtrt rj;" but the 11a
tatete ratmnaga and tucceet that hat Attended if ft vt
tie article neaufactarrd bj me, and tho oplsicu 'A cniape-teatJudgeiastotttqualltl-tsaahT.-rase
end its medical
Tirtues, preclude the posiibillry of tfcr liia tbttl en In
Uaded smonr those lie design in irt,- en No doutl ta
tteU aggrlevod at 1J10 deiirt'vif-lior c' Uie eaia of tH fchcepr i
which It manifest to all, ttrtce inlr.o Las ocon brvuaht :a
Sooipetitlon with his. Sotoui) t ..e I nac-rrd In c-trj.rU-lias-
with blm In qualltr, but tne ccritar ' erd ..rrrain .:-
mand or myartllr.liat enabled m- 1. li iu n let
price than hr can, r-r !c-av t" t" u tP" diirrr. And
larthermore, be w 11 ,n beroi.-ie "ati. im -..at Ii" catim
to the citizens of tbe "Soutnirn utti V.a. 1 rttatt-a" will
avail falm aolhlni; a lar a 1 airier u.icii-i, 1 -r tbe cinxtcl
of lor Schiedam Scuappa U 1h, v;fl -'ivd la III
State!, to ba Injured bv any auch it. ".oi'- tUication
The motlveofhtia.vertl.etncii: I-cbvt rati, . nrj oaf, 81
feelfar well tatlaaed thiit nit i b inraii ' inv oai v.s 0
hid will fall bumlaoa alPivleut, I illre r tbe 5l!--factlon
nf the public, publish a copy : in) ltlj;b: er.-
Ured In tbe. Southern Uturicti.r r rcn,oM Hie dm
Of Dccdrabtr, WM:
(Copy of Pateat Right-3
SOUTHKES DiSTBICT OF NEW VORK.S. S
R it remembered. Thaton thcli:niv-cle&th day of u
camber. Acno Domini. 134. Barnard L. Slniii9n, of the eald
Dlttrlct, hatb depotlwd in thla oCca tbe :UU of a print or II-
bel,ue tiuaoi wuicnta lotac woraaui mcniiiiiiiiB,w
Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic .Schiedam Juiilltrr.-chnnl p
atairlorTonleADlJ-".n"it,.c Invieoraiinc Cordial," Hie
right wbereof he claiuit a author and prninlclor, In con
ormtty with an act of Congress, entitled 'An Act lu aitiiLi
be several Acts retnecllngeopy richts
OEO W. MOKTOS,
Clerk or tbe Southern District nf Xe York.
And I take pleatare on this ,iccsion to tender m; ilnren;
thanks to tbe publtcln general, and lo my irltsda lu particu
lar, tor tho kind llbtralit. with which they have patronized
run froa mv commencement of thlt pnlerpriaeiand taxiure
them, that 1 thallconlluup lo provide tbem alaa)t wlih a
f ermine and superior article 01 Mbitdam Mnnappi
June 30, -aS-Iy. B L. MMPSOS.
I. s. The word Schiedam Schnapps It derived from a
town In Holland, called 'Saudaai," wtilcli it celebrated at a
place of extensive Juniper Plantulou and numeront I'li-
uiariet 01 tne anew anicits.
Hrtrjbody baa the rlzbtand privilege to order the Juniper
Bitrac; (a principal Ingredient of the fethnappi) frou, that
Poet It not appear now poor and 'deceltrul when V. V,. Ia
trying to make a wrong and untrae Impression on the Public,
tavlnrinai tne wora scniccaiu occmppa iwiunjrs wciusi,eij
to his article, and that allolherssre Counterfelu and Impost
II. W. has no monopoly, neither mors right for the aolo liu
Dortalton of Schiedam SchnaDOt than anybody elie; and ttilt
poor argument which bo Intend' to contlna e his lonz practiced
doceptlon on the public, thowt too plain that he fecit and it
aow awarw 01 aa important aauaaaiuiij$ uiusi,tuu.
OCtI8 IBM IJ. '
WE hare just received a small lot ot Shirts to bt Boys
from 10 to 15 vears old, which we ara selling about
aa cheap as they can be made. J 11. McGILL,
July 17 Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Furnishing store, corner of the Squire and College stuet.
"si KMT MOI.R LEATHER TRUNKS
JUST received an assortment cf best quality of Trunks.
Also, a small lot of cheaper styles. All Lr sale at
moderate prices. Ijolyt'j J. H. McQIL L.
VAUPFS AND BUGGY TRUNK-,
RECEIVED this day a supply of Ashlaad Valices and
Buggy arunka. Forsaleiowby
'lulvl.' J -U-,"',;
ItOHE DE CHA.UURE.
A SMALL lot of Uresing kodcs, some at ices tow
XlL priced, rec:iT?d ana tor saw.
J H. McGILl.
PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS.
TT7-K have yet a brat rate assortment ofSairtt, and ore
V T oonstanity rsceiving sioca
WE hare every variety of seasonable underwear 01
whfrJi we name Silt. Cause. Merrino. Oauie Coitoa
Llslt Thread, Gae 3haker FianUfl, Cashmere Lmeu and
Plain Cotton. fjulylTI J H McGILL
XjOR RENT. The Home ou AlaiS-t atreet, lorrncnv
r occaDisd bv the Central Bank of Tennes.w; if da
aired a lesaa for 1i vears will be given This Hou-! b .
recently bsen fitted up in fine style, rooms furnished with
Gal, Bath house s, Ao , Ac TUve ara tw rooms bcli tt
and four above. We will renfall togeiber or fhe roa.
separate. Th's Is an excellent opportunity for persons
wishing to dja Banking or BrroLarsg bndue-s to wcure
x rooms. "b jvll tf H KhEM H & rtN
WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL
Drug and Ciiemical Store,
NO. 19, SOUTH ''IDE PUKLIC cQUARK.
jaJiss xia-tax. t. e. raiss.
KERN AN 4 RAINS.
THE undersigned, having removed to Nashville, and as
toe ia ted then selves lor the purpoee of conducing a
Wholesale aad Retail Drug dustbeas, have recently rp.n
ad at tbe noted stand formerly occupied by Plummcr A
Co, a large and complete stock of treeh geuine Maple
IJrun, pure and unadureraiea ramiiy mraiciaru, cujjcc
Prtumrr. Fancv Artmles. As . Ac. all of which, jruaian-
toaing iht purity aad genuineness "f every artie'e. tbey
will sell at the very lowest market price furcaihoron tie
usual that to punctual dealers
Tbey ara determined to seed out no article ot medicine
about which.ihete can be any doubt whatever with refer
aaottoltspurny. Tbey respectfully solicit a thare cf the Prescriptions of
tht Physeiacs of the city. This department ot tnr buai
seas will be uader the supervision of ootpe'e-t cbeaiia a.
aney trost taattaeir ngia atieniionanii uiemj u mo
Intxrrmt cf .thn who mar favor them wnh their patron-
sge, will merit tbe approbation ot their patrons and en-
turt success to tuetr new entrririMi
laneSS Hfcii?iAiv iiaij.
a " frf HEAVY Oanaberg Hacti. for Rale
lO,UUU by JOSt-PH NASH.
THS undarslgned will pay cash for NEW WHAT.
je2 lm East oorner college aaa -ipnnga rc"
WANTED to 011 an order or One Hundred Thrissad
unshed of Prlmt WHE VT. dell end at our Ware-
house In Nashville, for whieu we will pay tho market price
Wc have on haud a large quantity of bas to furnish
those delivering the Wheat. .
luneax it. - t,rr,.vji o, . .
WHEAT I WHEAT!
5O5OOO account f
BU HELS of Wheat wamrl tor
wh-im it cuncarn :.r
which cash will ba paid by S. N. HOLLINOS WORTH,
jnly 1 uorncr t oue- q, u nnrc-i ris
Extra Family Flour.
IT A BBL8 Mason s best i lour, Just receired end tor
JOY NT. BYRVC A NOI.LL
1 On AGS Smith A Bedeu s utra CHUilly flour, jr.it
XUvJ received snd for sale by
JU1.V1', til Kt.I IHUL.t..
e!9 tf B'nwttr.
BUILDING LOTS tOK SAbr..
WE offer on the most accommodating terms the follow
ing beauuful Lota :
1st, A magnificent Lot fronting 100 feet on Broad street,
find. A most commanding Building S'te of shout 13
acres, a few hundred jards from the rcaiilecce of Muj. II.
Drd, A beautiful Block of IO feet square, on the corner
cf 1 lay and Pulk street, ia Usrdicg's addition. These
Lota are only a few hundred yards from H ttkin'a great
addition. , ,.
4th. A magnificent Block of Lota, on corner of Tnl'P
and Woodland streets, in Edgefield, froniing 170 feet ou
tht former and 101 on the latter street.
Also, several beautiful Lots ia Houston's addition.
5th. A beauti ul Tract ot Land ol about 8 acres, most
ly timbered, about K milts West of Nashville, near tbo
residence of Dr. Hudson.
6th A magnificent timbered Bmldtnr I.ot of 25 acrw,
about'twomfles from the city, near the Nolensville Pike.
7th. A desirable Residence Lot on corner of Chnrrb
streetand Polk Avenue.
Also, several bmntiful Lots on Spruce street, between
Bprlng and Broad streets.
J. Ij. A R. W BROWN,
jnaeZS lmo 41 Cberr street
a., e. ssaco
A X. AJIBJTT
SAOO & ABBOTT,
ESPECIALLY roit THE SALE OF
Occupy their Commodious New Building, Corner ol r.,r
tytb and Mitchell streets.
UB1RALADVAN0S9 GIVES OS O X?I05MEST.'.
Established ia Basinets, 1R5-.'.
V T ItcjSVnaWd that A KWS GHaR.TV
it.tiS twve dono tan-tu promo: -.1)J
t pastta hoall'o, tb3n7 Kfenp -nis'
I fhrroann bnoqorsVe',iii:tf-,',i'rty
; f.,-rnttMb In twi'3 )d :j : -V
1 5ar of Onldt, C , A iins,
' t r iiij.IiirtiiTsa. (iron. 'ii I, i , v ij
a.-n rtsluerdtaeumptti 11 ol Jo-i-.b,
1 lrl'll e.b4liBptii 1 Ul-t;.V4 ltti UO'lt,
' wj. IB" rtinura as srx-i tni .;
Hrl and will eora mere enauur'.'.
JSbotv Ld ruorsor Ie-pars(ni. Pa r the blood
from ks Iropsntiei. Parire tb Hmein, Liver, sod tha
vrh rfo iw.n. ej era from -)C rie-Joiij. Purio nat tOilLa
l'i --Hwhkti r9te,i on Its toly, wort deny. Hutf
liiji-.-rj we aliautd iW owl; u( fttJaso. Taiio antidAlti early
und Utrcuit from -Jie aj".eai, baSjiO i; It je: loo e.rois to
Ayr'- Pitlilo"tbrmt.-.nt' iw,not -nl j while It Is weak
l'uiwn .1 iiiut ,c attr.mr h,rfl. n.-.l t astminding
tUiin'mtoTteKie. 7rohAV t-wa curtdbj litttx rum drrad
fur cic. ;iU, Jl.op y. Utc n. Mt o 0Aiuet, Kheuciaiiaia,
Aru-nUM, ll..pepii-!, In prml Pal. 3, Bllltuu. Co . plaints,
II r burp, ho d cbr On:, anil many le-t dacgeroia bet
uii rn.njs mncT3i5v eoco tt picisies ou tne race,
Uorra., Ncrvoo: hts-iaclie, CoWj, reran, Dsen-ery. tad In-
,u. ijui c icn'ia'u atcr wnicaa rurniveKera.
Th:iro n Mnd-m stitraeatj,tutr.rt tota elicited by
7.-07 o-vn'x vtgbooia atirt jiwrown Pav,lc!at..
J ry ir.ra mr. at.d It n.-vtr be wl noa. thra.
i'rlceli ;:t pjrSux 3 Boj I. Preircd by
. , J- - AfhR,
Jcly It. lS:r I)wau Mass
ire Ctjuus im .10K it, m s -hi uercr before
KIlU'A Il Ol atty .lilUiCIUC.
iiralid$i read and judge furyoawelTes.
JUi IIAUKL. B;i..thT wrll kniwn cerrumorof Chetnat
t, I'alUd. ipata. trauao hoice pruducls are foui.d at
n. ppy 1.. eay uf 50ur CaTSaaTtc PtLU, lhat I have
.j.i a belter famll medicliK tt coiamou ue, than
m; vincr wilfcln ruj fcnowIcJ ft- Mn) ol oj friend, bave
mall d marked twneStafr in tbom.and o.nide with me
la bvtievlrij that they puitcs. rxtra-trlinaxr rir.um li-tdrl
11117 out dii3e aud citrtcg la elca. They are not oalv of
frr -.uxl, but safe and pleiuan-10 Co takta, qcaUdei.which
r.iu 1 tnsute t!n valued by tbo pab.lc, "tea ibty are
lho yenerahlo Chanrrtlor VAKDLAW, wrltea from Baltl
ciora. I3ui Apm, 1834:
Dr J. C Ava .--lr: I havo taken your Pills wlih. great
teuoSl, fo- Ibe llrlleeanns, Ia..rur, Uli of appl.te, and bli
lutit huadacce, wh.tb has of late jear. overukeu m lu lbs
epring a fotr izv ! )oer filla curml ui I u-Ve UJOd
). urohsro P clorat nisuj yrais In tu) famil lorcougns
and cold, nil.. UHfaHini! 9uccit V u mass nivdlnces
which cure, end I lev! it a t-leaiure to Cumueud jou lor ihe
tw d iiu harr djue nud are don g."
JOHa F llEAMY, r.i, .-xcrutary or the Pacj)lraa!a
lUlLnad Cowpas,ta)9 :
f . UueylTEBta Kadroad 03er, J
l'Mia-iclpti a llecaiubrr 13, i8a3 (
Sir : I Uk; pleasure lit aittllu;: mj teeliuiou) xilho efflcac
of jour u.r-!tc.urj, bar.L'iC dnicei vtr Datiti brn Si
fruhi lb? asauf traia j- ur f.cwral aud CatbiU, Pula 1
am ne7r wttli'iul lera in rc faulty, nor thati 1 evei cob
ea . ti le thil- iex uicana will pri-cnr. lli.m.
Tie -.ilsir lamtairi ". 8 ! aVUNs, at. U ,ol Went
no:tti HaaipSulif, wrllrs :
llavlu us d .our laTUaaru Pit La in mj practice, I
Cvrl.fj liom rajii io,lnt Ine, arc an Invaluable piraa
ivv. li. cae 1,1 di ordcied .unctim.1 ot tbe liver, causing
Undcbc. indirection. co-llret.ta ,ai.d the reaVarlet) of
diseastt b.tl I illi.w.lLvy are a auror remedy lhanani otae..
lu a 1 caan wbire a purgative nriued) l. req urod, I cnufl
dently iccimifjjcnd Ui.sc Puis ti, Ihe public, as tun--ilor l
au) .tii r 1 liave et er founa I bey are oure iu their ojm ra
ti it, auu prrlec 1 sal . qualities it blab oistetnrm au luval
u&bir aitlcie lur public us-s 1 bave tor a,ai;y icartknuwi,
ourl.tierr) IVttorai a the beat cougb oirdiclnt In It
vurid.aiid ui.-m-I'lll. are iu no wimj mtVnor l lhaladmir.
Mil preuaratiou lor Ihe treatment of diteHtea."
A.tor, ilauie, AoT.13, 1853,
" Dr. i C. Aim Uear ir : 1 Live bu .mi tea ,in
a birta wdii ncrnfuut tu us wurst lorm, and uo, aflet
.vtentv )tiars triat.aiid .u untolu amouu uf sulfrring, liav
been Cviuplrlely cured In at weeks by uur rila. With
what irvluis of ri-Joicmp I write, eau uul) be linalum
when you realize bat I have sxCred, and bow long.
.Never, until now, bave 1 been fre from this loath, ome
disease in somes. .ape. Al llaot 11 attached my eyes, aud
made me almost uliad. be-Jidea the unendurable pain ; at
oituri il settled In tbe :cl, i f my head, aud ileitn-jao m
hair, and ha . kept me pull) bald all mj days ; tomeumet il
cms out In my face, and Ke.t 11 for mutb a tiv sore.
- Ab-ml nine weeks ago 1 commenced taking jour Cat ar
tic Pills, aud now am eutlrel j tree frum tbe cnmplalnt. il j
eyes aro well, and my tltin It fair, an I my hair oaa com
menced a healthy frotrib ; all ot which raaket tae feel al
ready a new person.
Hoping ibis statement may bo tho me.ns of conveying
Information that shall do good to ctners, I am, with every
tentiment of rrailtade, Yours, cac,
" I have known the above named Maria Kicker from ber
ebltdhood, and Lerstaieman'. tsttrictlv true.
ASOKBW J. ME3ERVE,
rr,er,orcf the Portsmouth Uanu actnnng Co."
Capt. JOEL PKATT.of the ship Marion, writes from Boston,
2d.h April, 1634:
" Vnur fills have cared me from a biliout attack which
aroso irom derangement of tbe Liver, walcb had become
very serious. 1 had failed of any relief by my physician,
and from every remrdy I ould try; but a few dotes of
your Pills bat: completely restored me to health. I have
given them to my children tor worms, with tho best aJecu.
They were promptly cured. I recommended them to a
rlend for ccslivenoss, which had troubled him for months;
helold mo In a few days they had cured him, Vou malt
tne beat medicine In the world, and I am free lo say to."
Bead this from the distinguished Solicitor ot tho Supreme
Ccurt, whoso brilliant abilities have made him ao well
knewn, not only in thlt bul tbe neighboring States -
New Oaixaxt, 5lh April. 1351.
Sir: I have great satisfaction In atsnrlng jru lhat myself
and Really bavo been very aucn DenestLea oy your medi
cines. lv wile was cured two years siare, of a ssvere aid.
dangerous cough, by ynur Cherry rectora., and .lscatncn
has eijoved perl ret Health. Sly cmldrra hava aeveral timet
been cured from altackt of the inSuenxs and croup by It,
It Is r.u tcvalu ib.e remedy 'or lucre complaints Your la
tartic Pilii havecired ae from a d.tpepsia and conve
nes;, which has grown u,vu me for mate years indeed
this euro ta much more important, from the factlhail had
failed to (tet teltet irom tbe best payeiclaut which this tec
lion of the country affords, and from say ol ihe numerous
remedies I bad la, en.
Vuu seem to ui, Doctor, like a prorldeattal bUii'.a j to
oar family, and you nis- well euppote weareuot unuind
fuloflt. iocrs, respeclfallj,
Ei.t.Tc Chi.his, Onto, April 3ib, iS34
Da. J. C. Ana Honored air: I have made a thorough
trial of Ibnl alb irtic Pills, leitce by your a. set a. d bare
bt:Ci,cur,-d by iheraof thdratdlul Bneumutstu undrr 4rbiea
ne fuuud uie sutfrrlcc. Ihr first d as r-iiesed me, at.d a
few taDctquetit doses hivo entirely rumuvel tbitdisease.
I fi el l i better liealtb now than for s tne year, before,
wbleh 1 af.nbiite entirely tr the r?-ctsofyour CatBaaTtc
flLi-s- Yours, wilb great rtipot.
LLMUP B. JIKri ALr.
JTjThe above aro all from per out who art p.bilcly
tcown wnere they reside, and wui would nst maSo ines
tt..lmenii wllhnat a thoroujh coaviclioo that they were
true. Prepared by
lR. J C. AVER,
Pr.lt Tl. AL and AxaLVTtCaL I'BIMUT,
April 22. '56 LoweK Ha.s
For tbej Complete Cure ot Couirba, C-jI
Inf iicnxii. -.iiaiua. Hronciii tta, p.yi'nir
or llioinl und all mbrr LuagCompia.utt
ttTUiliUjf tu couautnptlon.
rniUS prop-.ritlon it irsttinRlnto uie all ovtroar country.
X Tee numerous latins we receive trom our various a.
gents, Informing us or curat eCcied In their Immediate
nelithbo h-jods, w .rraot us in saybig it It nneol the ben U
nnl the very best Cuugb Medicine now belore the public
it almost Invariably rellevet and not nnfrequenuy ctrea
the very worst cams When all other Counh preparatlont
have tailed, Ibiabaa tetlevd lb patient. at Kruggtti,deal
erttn Medicines, and fbysidana can totlfy. AsaihsAjtent
in your nearrst town, whalhas be. -a bit rxprrtence of th.
effects of tM. medicine. If be has b.u tilling II fur as)
IvngUiof tlrae bo will tell on tilt the beat medicine extant.
below we gtv a m extracts hom lettors wt bave receiv
ed lately rezardlne tlievirtueauf lb s medicine.
Ur. S. 3 Oilin, of Knoxville, ba,, sais: I bave beta
uslnjr yoiii Ltverw. rtaad lar very extensively id my prac
l ceior Ibieo y.-an past, and, ills with pleasure 1 suit- my
belief tu lis eupa-riorii) over all other articles with which I
am acquainted, for which t Is -rcocuinaude t.
Meeere I'ltrirenld ck tlenuers, trltln;from Waynesvllle,
S. V , aayt: Tne Liverwort and Tar it becomlt r -laily
more popular in tnlj c-u try, and wt think Justly so All
who bave tried it speak In commeiidabl terms of It, aiidsay
It ta very beneflrlallu allelatlnp tbecnmplalnta lor which it
Our .teem m rtrtci.s Witnct, S.C.. Mr 5. K. McPatl,
aa-urea unhu bv aaesll-.-itn steal beneD In his own family
ldrecomm"Ddalt t-s Bitnelttbora" H;tvt an tn.tance
i n;rr- won.nn tu b" inuity, who had been tufferikg
tldb-a-o of the Ludk lor jeers, attended wlih sever
ivb.who wta relieved i,y -.So Llverw, rtand lar.
!ui b are tbu U'-ud rei"rt, wo har of ihle tlcdlcme from
a litartaolthetiouth Cts report.d ihr earpnsiur cures
Unas jiurformed lultin Xtostern aud Nonberu aud Eastern
States, wc would tivlb- Ihissuffenuc tialtt-ni to read Ihe pam
phlet which accompanies ouch bottle. To all we cay, nave
I'ry tno lledicinelt Pe warned In eeasontll And nezlect
not lhal co'inb bleb tsrfi.il weakenlux your constitution,
irritatl"; tuurtti rial aud lui.;, and Inflltoa ou that dread
disease, Conaumptlos, when .o'lmthin; and beating a rem
edy can beobjiluo i as ll-ir J1 rupol Liverwort and lar
Beware of Counttricitsanil baaelmiiailont. Iheatnu.se
antalu Isi-lgaed Andrew Kojera, on the ongrav.d wrapper
around each bntlle.
Price, Ono Dollar per Bo tin, or six Bottles ror Tlve Dot
lars. Sold wholesale and reiall by UCoVIL ck MHAD,
111 Chatlresfit. be--Contl anil St Louis. 5. )., Sole Aged
or the Southern stales, la whom all orders and appllealtoni
lor Agencies nmat L cddrsat. Sold also by
Ewln Druthers, llorry & Ueioovllo, A. It Kosone. Thos.
Weill, and O. W. Hendetehntt, Nastivlllr, Tenn , and by all
other llrnif glatethroiigh the ?-iati anli ilditnw ly.
JOV TO J'lIK .VMLD!
7nE ONLY INFALLIBLE KKMEDY
OP alt lie remeuloa that liav bcon discovered during the
present aue for tbe -vhou.aud Ills lhal flesh Is heir to,"
none eipiai this wonderful preparation. Only three years
bave elapsed since tht dlscovorerfwbo apenl a decade In
studying, expcnmentalizinc and perfecting tt) first Introduc
ed tt lo Ihe public, and it is alrrady recognized by the most
eminent physicians luallptrla of the country to bathe most
surprising aud effective remedy fur certain diseases of which
they nave knowledge.
AUnther compounds nr svrapt of the root have hitherto
fiited to command the sanrtioo r the faculty, because, on
Doing tested, they nave been found lo contain noxious ingra.
dionts, which neutralize tbo ood effects of Ihesarsaparllla,
and flontiioes Injur o tbe health uf the patient. Il la col to
with Hurley's preparation.
Thlt is the pure and genuine extract of the root; and wtll.on
trial, be found to eifecta certain and perfect cure of the fol
lowing eompiatms auu uiaeases :
Affection of the Hone,
Uheaj-s of the KIdnejs,
And all fliseaseaofiho Skin.
Besides curing tho above, It Is also known to bo a great
am! powerful tonic, purifying the Ltoodand Invigorating the
In short, tt tj without exception, In tha esses mentlonod
and its gunerai effect on the system, the most cfacaclous, aa
It it most d- sirable, remedy of the age. It ! ad ten
tlvely used thrnuchoat t.lo country, and Is fxitobtunlng aa
Bnropera reptitaUon. Ihe insunces vt cures il has efftctea
aro dally coming to tb prepn'tor't knowledte. and le nas
nohea-.tation lo recommending it to one and all who d. tire to
procure relief tnim suff -rltig. On. bottle being tried, tu ef
fects will U P-apparent to admitof further doubt.
Kocollect Hurley's Sartapiirilra Is tho only genuine arLCIO
In the market. , , - ...
H7 Prlc. one dollar per bottle.oretx tor 2ve dollars.
For tale at th mmiulactoo , corner or beventh and Grera
ttreeta, Lonitville. Ky. Al , wholesale and retail b) H.O.
SCOVIL, and tj dealers Id itwlteiae through ut lh United
BUles, Canada and AlHXieo. Jaip-d&wly
Whoitsala Agen'A NaihriUt.
aa.VAKVAI3& CHAR1K3T0N srEAXSTTT? LINES
Tha rj9ll known Crat class Steamships ""--
CAPTAiS. B. HAKDISt :f"
ASO. . r&
Exaxe of Georgia,,
fJAPTAIN J J GARVIN
WHl hereafter form t. '.Veoily Lice to Philad. lnli. a. tif
every tUturday, alternately, from SavannsJi and C&uJjtiLZ.
Tha Kevstcr.2 Sitc ciiisail from Sarsanah tha follow.
Ing SjtnrdajB- Jnly -. Atiguat Sd ar.d ifl:b, t-cutem,
ber 6xa3dUtiuLjtvia htltiiJua aluiniata-jadja...
davo . i. .
Tee Stata of Geom will sail from Charleston tap'ltl-
i Icwinj. SaturdAye Ju'v 12 h and f6 b, Aug-ist 9 b. SSrcL
' c-id&j.h, riepterabcr ls.h aad alia Levnag Pbilsdel
para tae buercauf .--at M3J3
Ia strength, speed and Bccumaodatfona, these ships a n
fully equal ta any rusaing ea tht coast Inland navijj.
titn,Kvmt!a oaDelawart UirerandBaj; twu n'gfatsJt
JFOR NLAOAILV FALLS. TIIE LAKES ATTD
CAN u V.
SHOBTE37 A.YD 0-iaAPE3Z ROOTS.
The i,-35 bv u onuectat PfltladelptiU alio 'be Great
Nor hwestsrn Kulroia rtodiy inruugn toNi gar FaJlaor
BarWo,ia S .ourstr.iai Phlladelp li Thr,cgn Ticket
with the pnntcgect atoipug at ta.ltdelltiu auactetx
meJls piiats, tcr sal: oy (ao Agaaa In Savaaaaa al
Charie t a
IS raratoSiai-ani cr BrtTUa, S3; to Elralra. Wi
to vassaua go. tl
Agent, ai FhlUdsipbis, HERON A MARTIN
Agent at Savaunan, C A. GKblNbB
Agents at Charlcotoa, T. d. a, V G.BCUD.
H.. F K.
A UKBAt l-"ialCAL LAW,
Possessing tho raoai important meueaceuter the healik cX
the body, hat ueeu uEtlmy orerlooktd aad
ct-glectod oj tia Mecicai Faculty
woxDiaxCL rowraa cr ra a a. a. tsaioin m ixitit
,m .ww, ui.on Murui raujs rail.
KClL'ALUK'IH&CIhXLUAllu.w rtSOULAra, II
Bqcalltlcg the clrrsUUiju ta true method of prtveaticg
tne etsbilaameblof ilwate rcgaiatloo ibe noiy u,ans
of purifying Ihe ui.-ud and rest, ring u-eaick to bea.lb
quica eacacy ot .adway'e neau rttiie auu had a ay 'l
Keulabrs, id curlkg tne-paUeui ol congas. cuavsuons,
meuui.tisin pueumuuia. sore Ui.oal, nOaiuat.ona, eer
at.d axue. bullous rrmlleol and ibt-ciuit.aai. scarlu,
ttphut chagrea, aud all coutaxiaua and uD-caiagi"ua
Toe poaitive Virtues ol Kad way's rfebuvatlng KtauivetiU It
roawnug tne .uuauu.puve lu llsnlu. aLd aecullg
Uroncnilia, Attama. bad lloiuaibea ruu ti)apst-.ia.
MOW DLaEANBU ACI'IU.1 oot JJati. S.-.I AUnl.lHKn
A.ND Hit. BuUOl I uPUHK.
A great error baa lung orevaiieu id .br mluila 01 mrdiral
men,- rbailuiuurlt) oi tna LI.! i. h i- .,, .n...r
action." roistaa .er'ou, uiisuLSa. h l, . Ji.n.n.., ..r
the d culalion. asd be esunliabineni or i.e.u., .,t...
that causes impurity ul Ibe sickmS.
lue rt K. rt Uie.ii) a ids .ue truth ul tha liaith n.nn.,.
for I a parsou be lu a uie eriect baI.a,acJi asusir
aud velu ual carry lo auu frum lue Beari lit aii-Uml ur
tlou oi blood, aud whan- any set ut ikiu ceiuae kb. tut
canter wba. li may) t catry lueir u.oporaOu, in current oi
blood becuuiet damuied up m utu.r woiua. a congwtLoo
vaaet pia, iiins risui groawr or lea exienl Here,
luce, i- mo Uejlu..iug ol d..eea .cUvu, b.ch,u aot te
lleteu, will Simiu ruu int.. li.Buuauuu, and the diae.te
becoui v etiablltbe J. Dlaeaaed .cue. betn, onc t wbluiied,
,be blood uecomea iniurs, -ud i regularity of actnm ou
the parlor tho liver, t-ia, bowols, cac ,u tur tu teicur
rupte , and the general aysleui.by sympatbitiLg win. itt
local Complaint, becomes uiVulved la ibe utmculty. lhal.
thlt ia ihe true atat4i or the case, lei any one call to lalnd h.
symptoms on catching cold lh local clCuuy n,t bt
a soro uruat wfaia Is a cuugasiluu or the oloud, aaiuuailag
tometirnvs lo an iDfiammatiou about ine thrual, owing lu
previous deranged state uf the circulation; and be wul re
member that uttbuweit become coeuve. his liver coranged,
or uts skin dry and feverlah, his head slot ped up, paint aad
acbtt Ui his bouet, Joint", down the back, bead achat, alt
Charge ui water irom the eyes acd butt, with many ulhet
unpleasant and paialul tympiomt. Had he used Kadway's
Kaauy belief ween the Congestion was selling in, as an ap-
Slicailoo to the throat, and swallowed a dote of the Kega
tlort, be would bavo broken up the congestion, and te
nured tbe regularity on the part or the liver, tkln, bow tie,
etc., which bad been broken In upon by tbe eCecu ol the
tpretarott. hegularlty being again established, the Impart,
blood It toon purtdeo,aad tbe circulation sgala ecueiiiaJ
and the health restored
HAD WAY'S REGULATORS
P03stss this great power of
And regulating alithe organs of the body to a natural aad
Itadway'a Kagalaurt possets properties lhal all other
Fills are dencleal lo, aad are the only pUliln uie teat can
be takta for any length of time without weakening tbe sys
tem. They always leave the system in a healthy condition; tta
Uver, bowels, bean, pancreas, kidneys aad tkln rtgulat,
aad ready to discharge their aeveral functions without re
course to unnatural mtans.
hvery dose of Kadway's Regulators that art ukea will
Infuse new Uf, fresh strength, and. tound heaUh, lo lh
weak acdfeebU body.
A3 A FAMILY PHYBIC.
cae or two or Kadway's Kegulalurt wul aaiwtra bettcc
Sarpota thas castor oil, common ptlia, blue plus. Lee's or
llluut puis, or a other cathartic, bUtou, drastic, purga
tives, ta.t-, or teaaat. I he Ktjulaior. wul suickly npea
th bowels, fore, a natural pot age, aad wUi Ictrt th
waole tytteailo abtaliay tutv.
Pa La a Y WI K UMAT1S St .
How tat tt. K. K Kemodlet raited Jira sarah A. Hough
trom a crippled aad hclplrji coaattloa to tound health,
after iht skill of lour of th most rcd physicians la
flew York cad 'ailed to re Here tor, tin. faraer, Kettt.
W arul, and Macielaa '
cLSAD HL'K LK1TBK.
January 3, IPCS.
Messrs. Itadway dt Co I tried your tt.ad, aeitei, and
had my Joints rubbed with It, and I never 111 pain alter tta
first tea mlnutas 1 watrubhoa with it up to the pieseui Uii-e.
Slra, I do no tiuow what t - comparer it to bat a charm ; for
11 lta myete-j .0 me. I atacripplefrrlwoyeari,ai,d had
noltke proper u ot my Urabt fjr three years. I wtswoia
dowu tu a akeialon. I thea comu,uced the ue 01 yoar
Keady Ketle., Ke,lvenl,ai d ncgalatort lue pain leftina
lcteu minutes, .ad I twgaa tea.u atraugia very laai ud
oould walk wiia ease in a lew eva oef re 1 beard of
jour rtasediee I waa taanato Dr. Parser, Dr he.ee, ur.
Uarulo, ut. Jlac.oiau, aud many ouet phstlclsna a tats
city, IeaunalBuW reuitrnter I wa. coiu,lriely pclied to
piece by them. My constitution was Cuu,U.ei broken
up with tacdlolnet mat did wo augoi-d. I cuulc uul ml a
loot lo tb grouud nor pick up a pia I waailatu auu car
rled up aud duwu stairs like ab lukui . ana now, it ant
Ood! by tne ute of your remedies, I aia at stroii4 a, ever.
I bau the common rbtuuiall lie tnSau.u.aU.ry and chrubla
tad the palsy. You cat publish tu.t. 11 roa dke.
SAKAH A. hOUGn,
3MKth )t.,betweentb7lh and eta avenue., a. Y.
December a3tii, lt33.
CRlPt'Lh.ti WI I tf LNFIR
MlTlb. Dembr juu ihjj.
Prthll laUD Pal A5D
A AbiLku "Iluaail
Atevsrsfalll Injury 01 twaun axcrutlatlar ralnt
rtiaaly arrival, aucct.ttul eScaey or itadway'a lutsd?
Dreadea, Weakly Co., Teua., Dee.JI, 1555.
I,J-ptha Oardtuler, ol tueaauvo place, uo uuo..l. ist
tor -aauy years I aive been afflicted witu Kueuaiatlto.aad
on Ibe eveuing cr aieceianar tfuta.
ana walk Lt la
my yard, I feu wda great violent on lb its. Druiaiar tba
kuta.iau v.r, btuiy. liuriber etrdry, ut on the ajov
day Mr. Juan J. Beutdlct, a iraveit.04 ajo. t ol Kauway at
C., arilvcd al ibis p!:e, and he.rig ul my otaiy in atd
the lorrljle cumpiaiul laalaafieied me, recommended ma
lu apply Kadway'a neatly rfeli f, bich I uld, ana la very
short time lh pain caaed, the awajingab.td, tMd 1 ant
auw able 10 wa.l without e uie ul u,y can, ue ircra
pais, t have triad avr.J other ruiu.d,.s; but louad 1 o
reliot lacat.toi eitrciae paiu.Kauwaj'a t.ady itallel Is
ar preferable loall otter tuied.a. li at) on,.oubl. at
truth ol tbla erilbo.te, let them ca 1 on n.e tt my rtiidebf s,
or writ lo ui at Dresden, Teun., and I w Ugiv ihtBifuu
luformstlua. JUKI II A laAKDiAlKrf
Fory9.r Mr. GardlDici had tuffundtb u.rtunna ball s
oi HbeimaUsm rt waa unable to wai'a witlixjl the aju ,f
attics, un ibe tvtb ui D ciu,tni he Brsi tried ibe U, E
Keller. UoUi3lel ec Uld wall ilbut alu aou Ire Inim"
pats. Ltall whoarucilpplta orbed rluues Jiujkoi thu
PEVBR AND AGUE.
Radway' Ready aeiiei and iuu.a)'i Kegalatort ire
positive cumuv. a lu Ag and revr. LelUiuae- adluud
lakelium twu u Bv al Kadway'a Kegulatura evsry klibt
auuale. a-oufulol Heady heiwi lu watr,ub ruing in the
mornl I, and twice during thu a. these win suooirrthe
tyswm from t . poluu l ague
bow ui K. r. rt hemtdlva restore cunmmptivet t,. bratth,
ttopeln ravages ol uacay,b'ais ulcers in the lunga abd
Uiroal, cures astiiue, brobcDitia.cbrooic cou.n., abd all
dieeaM-a and cumptaiulaoi the llronl. miga and cbett.
Persona who bav been truubiad wi.acb.i,b,caur ibioais
tubtrciet lo tba luu.s, bmucDilia, r atandulai aOeclwc.
are lut rmed ihat -be K. K. tt Keu.edien will cure ibttti bf
these terriblu ui-asa ou tbe an cue pilnclp.'e. Lei lb neadv
Keiier be applied external-) uo tbo chel ana around lei
throat. Tbia will eSectai, Imporuu. auid wwuJerl-lly btu
ficial result II win gel up a puwenul Couuier irritaung
ore , aud withdraw fr. m lue gland, or thu uirt.ai all cud
gesleu DIchmI Dal may lulerlere wt b the irspi al ry organs.
P rt-na troubled lib a-tDu,a. Bard and dlracul; breaiblng
sharp pains .h.n taking a 10 g brialli, win ntd ab luiuiedu
ate reli1 allei au application ol Kauway's Keady nelitf In
cases where lh lung. ar. dlseuavd, eve glv Kadway's Ka
solvent. Thu acttuD ul Ibis u,a Iclu rt sol v.s away tie dlf
cased d pot t. Il heals al ulcer., and remove tubercle.
We hare known perwbi, who bad so Idea ul v ruing
from a ttek bed, tube retturtd to sound health-, tta B0U a
panicle 01 losumptlve ualvrial In their ood let lu battta
decay. Kadway't .trulatora, in hao case, to u lf
tern regular, and equalise lb- rirrulatinu of the blood.
How th B. R.Heeuiav.-w ...a Evil, aflor a cor
great of crowned monarch. tailed lo rettort the supplicant
THE F1RHT SIGN.
The pretence or plmtde, uiuwbea,puitulet,ttteri,rataf
little tore, painful ltchlngs, hoi flushes, cko are sore Udi
catloDt or lb preseuco ol lorelga and Impure humors ia the
system, and if allowed to mingle with the blood and reu ala
la lh system, corrupting lb biood aud filling the sowars of
the body with Impurities, sores and ulcers will break out
aod cover tne body with their repubdT presence.
The sklo,nnuer theso polsoouu InSuences, become au
eruptlv volcano, exnlbiitag 10 theey the di.gu.Unii lave
of disease In the form of tall, rheum, eanctrt, ulcers, fevtc
sores, putrid flesh, king's evil, aad the molt (rightful erup
tion, of the skin.
Radway's Keady Resolvent hat eared the mct terrible ot
tktn ditea-es and humors. II wilt never faa in th worn
LAEGE HOLES IN THKN5CK.
An Emigrant called npon ui few aaontha tluee, who had
been troubled with the ditease called King1 tvll. He had
two very larg hole Id hi neck, and hit bead, body and.
legs were covered with th most disgusting and aicteBlai
aoret. We Immediately placed blm under the Influence of
the Kesolvent. In six weeks rrom lh Urn he called ui-ou
ut every tor wat healed. Sot even a aora was left upon hi.
body to remind him of the Klng'i Evil. '
Tnu man, like thoutandt of other deluded peijODs. had
thrown blinsell prostrated bforetwo Etnperort.rour rlngt,
and on Uuoen, to bo touched by ihe angers of Royalty, be
lieving lhal tho haacls of their "most sacred iialestle
would drtv. away Ihe evIU" lho K.novatlni Resolvent
dad more p-iwer 10 rtttorlng tb poor diudd victim of a
crutl dlaea.e to a tound condition ol bod, than all tha
klcgt aad monarch on the varth.
EOIL3 CCR2D BYK? S. KtSOLVEAT.
. Lima, Indiana, Dee 12, IEJJ.
Meun. Radway & Co.,Chemliu, N.Y. Send m tA
dozen of K.R Kesolvent. I (ure b n toiely afflicted wlUi
built I have b-en lotmented with these llasgmablr el
crtscences fur more than two years. I tried ail kinds bf
medicine without elect. I commenced the Kesolvert. I'll
bottle curd mo entirely. I bawslnc teoraniended II to
olbart. Yours truly, K.c. WKIOHT.
HAJJWAT i Co
is?. Fuib.b i-.-t, , York.
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