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EWIN . BROTHERS.
EWER" BROTHERS. "IVhnlesnln nnd Retail Drueei'ts, 1 College street, between Union and the Square, A L XASHYILLE, TEXX. "A fEDIPAL SADDLE-AUS. -i - JLU. sorted styles, received and foi' ?:?,jJ jj jjqTIIERS. nov23. w - adol, Pbflicians'ocket Ca- I.. Phrsicians'Pockej Oases of In-i I-' r ir;ie. ij-clnzen Physicians JL ova in t iaio, , r 1 lr atnimcnts; received and for sale in g,- BROTHETS. novzii : rrrTT. r-r i tm.i nf Linseed Oil: 500 ACirs I Vlvr..p .rir minliiv: reecived and iyr sale by - i i k II ill a j. "-f ; . j I ijiwuw EWIN BROTHERS. nov2S ' " . - m - tn I 5rAA Ilia rirriirflfl nrwl fur i:ilr t bj ' ZZi"?- EWLNyBROTHERS. 1 EPPEB. SPICEj &c. 15 sacks felack Popper; i 6 socks Allspice; 18 sacks Race Ging&r; loo pounds s Vntmeirs. 1 rime lirouua reppcr, winger, moves ami au- pice, lor sale ny EWIN BROTHERS. COCHINEAL, &c 100 lbs. best Cochineal; 60 lbs. solution of Mur. of Tin; for salt! bv nov23 EWIN BROTHERS. IDE'S. VINEGAR. A lot of superior Cider Vine gar, for pickling, received and for salebv v2S EWIN BROTHERS. OLIVE OIL. 30 baskets Olive Oil. cl good quality for sale by EWIN BROTHERS. IMPERIAL TEA.- -75 boxes Imperial Tea, of various grades, some vcrv fine, received hy nov23 ' EWIN BROTHERS. SATCHELS. A small lot of Delluc's superior Satch els, just received by EWIN BROTHERS. . . t i QNUFFS. 1300 lbs. MaccoboySnull m ifoarreis auu i - -aH'j ..ml others Scotch SnuOs; 180 bere fceoten -nuns: ic EWIN BROTHERS. Sfvitrh Snuff in Rolls. 'h' BROWN'S ESSENCE GINGER.-00 dozen in store and expected in a few days. This valuable and pleasant article is rapidly growing in public favor, and seems to be much preferred to any similar aruclc now before the publicl fciWIX BROillrKs. XTRACT OF LOG WOOD. 880 lbs. Extract in small boxes; 420 lbs. Dlue Vitriol ivcdandM jY Ji JJ liKUlllllvQ. ; A. . . i' J:' Mustang Liniment; 12 d.Jzen Prry Davis' ' Pain Killer; Ton Linuid Owodcldoc; 86 dozen Butler & Allen sXcrvc and BoneLmiment; received andlor saie low oy EWIN BROTHERS. WOOD IJOX 3IATCIIES.80 gixjss best W ood Dox Matches, rcceivCd and for sale low nov28 ' Jilt lii uikviiiuiiu. JFtltOW ROOT. 125 pounds itusnton, uiarkd: ws supcrier Bermuda Arrow Roof, in bulk and pound cans, received and for sale low by nTnr.B nov23 Jill W A M a env -rt. Af.KTNG. 41 etoss Mason's superior 1 Blacking for sale at the lowest fflnte. .nr.)i js,'i. iiiwinr.i. LEXINGTON MUSTARD. 36 dozen of theaborc superior Mustard, received and forleb -VTURSERY LAJIPS. A few of the above very use- LN ful and tanveuient articles, received and for sale by EWIN BROTHERS. nov28 BAZIN'S I'ERFUMERY. We are still agents for the sale of the various articles of fine and plain fancy Scups, Shaving Soaps, anavingompuuuus, duumiy lu,, fine and common Colognes, Extracts. Ac Ac., prepared by i. Koussei, i'Miaacipnia. iiiese pre- cost of transportation added. A fresh supply just received. nov23 FRESH ARRIVALS. JUST received per steamers GLOBE and AMERICA 150 hbds prime and strictly 30 bbls Syrup, choice Sugar, 50 M " do, 50 bbls sup'r crushed and 200 bags Rio Cofiee, powdered do, 40 " Iagtiirado, 100 bbls choice Molasses, f "Java do, SO " Sugar house do, forsalc low, by dec 15 L. II. LAMER. L IQUORS-l'iObbisTenn. I). D.stilled Whisk', i - ni t if i...i wi.;oi-- OU DUIS U1U JHHHIIU'HIIUH 11 50 " Old IJourbon do, )0 " Old Rve do 50 " Old Reserve do, 2 Pipes Holland Gin, 20 Indian bbls S. Wine, SO bbls N. E. Rum, SO bbls S. Wine, 20 bxs. Brand v Cherries, 103 Pif os old Cog Brandy, 10 bbls old Madeira Wine, 100 bbls A. M. Brandy, 30 bbls A. M. Gin. 10 bbls Old Port Wine. 50 boxcH Claret Wine, 10 bxs. assorted Cordials, 15 gal. Old French Brandv, , .-1 T IT T iVIPIt in store and for sale by declo L. H. LANIER, ptiiNH in KS. 100 bbls Best Flour, of Nails. 1000 bbls No, 1 Salt, 20 tons assorted Iron, 20 nests of Tubs 5000 lbs bar Load, SO dozen Painted Ruckets, 20 nests 14 bushel measures 200 bags Shot, assorted, 50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars, 50 bagsRaco Ginger, 50 boxes Dried Herrings, 100 assorted Demijohns, 50 dozBedcords, Lines, 5bag3 Pepper, 1 cask Madder, 20 bxs Buckwheat Flour,' 5 bbls Allum, 80 bbls No : Mackeral, 20 bbls S. S. Almonds, fill boxo3Fipg 3 tierces fresh Rice, 10 boxes Stougbton's bitters, 5 bbls Brimstone, 100 Plows, 50 kits No 1 and 2 Mackeral, 10 bbls Large Pecans, 800 bxs Tobacco, nss'd brands, 25 bbls English Soda r.n 1.,.,. RV..iii Tons. 10 Crome s best lnuigo; 10 Crome s best lnuit .;n, mnnr othpr articles, which will be sold WJK L.IL LANIER, deci5 Market St TRUSSES, . . Late improved self-adjusting lruss, JjL which are so constrncted as to adapt itself to eve rv nosition of the bod'. Suitable sizes from the largest man down to the smallest child, both single and dou- Shoulder Braces. mc nracescan Deauapieu iu men, women and children of all ages and occupation. Gentlemen's Braces so constructed ns to answer the pur pose of Shoulder Braces and Suspenders. Abdominal Supporters of the latest and most ap proved patterns . Thee articles have been recommended bv some of the most celebrated Physicians in the orth, and pronounced the best in use. .,.,. i An examination of the Physicians ot XashviIIe and sur rounding country is solicited. . A rrooil assortment of all the above article just received and forsalc by . A .STRETI .Druggist, dccl7 Corner Union and Cherry st.ashville. TORE ROOMS FOR SALIS s spienaiu siore rooms on Broad street, tour lcors trom jiarKci. jMipy dec20 WlliLiLAJla & uuu v isu. 3"1XCIIANGE ! EXCHANGE ! We arc check 2j ing on New York, and Philadelphia in any amount, m sums tosuit, at S percent, premium. . rn nov!7. D. PEARL A CO T?OR SALE FOR CASH. LANG1IORN & J? ARMISTED'S GOLD Leaf Chewing Tobacco. 25 boxes just received, of their purest brands. For sale at re tail or by the box. H. G. SCOVEL. North side of the Public Square, three doors west of the Nashville Inn. JjL- RUNKS Just received another supply of those sub stantial aud elegant sole leather Tnuncs. dec o MYERS A McGILL. "T7VLOUR. 2 bbls. Cobbs' Extra Family Flour fresh JL? ground, aud for sale by dcc6 W. II. GORDON A CO. TENIIESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA. W. r. HARRIS. . SK1DMORK HAliniS. HARRIS & CO. Forwarding and Commission Merchants, SAVA2MAN, GA., Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern citieTor to anv point desired. GOODS, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE, of all descriptions, and sell on commis sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. They also pur chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on most favorable terms, in the Savannah market. They solicit vour patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions to give satisfaction. dcc30 6m DR. DAVID W. YANDELL, offers his profes sional services to the citizens of Davidson county. Residence on the Gallatin Turnpike, four miles and a half from Nashville, at the place formerly owned by the late Jo Biah Williams, Esq. lnm--dAwtf. ' MORE PIANO FORTES. TXT k T. H. GREENFIELD k CO., have just Teceived W . another lot of those unrivalled PLANOS, maic by J. B.Dunham and Adam, Stodart k Co., which will be sold very cheap for cash. dcc2- 37RESH GROCERIES 1 100 bags Java, Laguyra and Rio Coffee; 2 bags Pepper; 26 nests covered and un- 10 dozen Painted Buckets; covered Market Baskets; 2 tierces fresh Rice: - 15 nests Tubs; 50 bbls and hf bbls Molasses; 25 boxes fresh Raisins; 50 boxes dried Herrings; 50 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;. 10 bbls American Brandy; 15 bbls and hf bbls Mackerel; 5 bbls Old Rye Whisky; 5 bbls American Gin; Also many other articles in the Grocery line, which will be sold at lowest prices for cash. R. P. BELL, dec 14 opposite Sewanee House, College st. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. TWILL offer for sale, for cash, on the 13th of January next, the House and Lot, located on Collece Hill, near the Union Spring. The Lot has 42 feet front and runs back 103 feet. Also on the 14th of January, 100 Cherry Trees; 100 Apple Trees; 25 Fig Trees; 7 Oracge Trees, and 600 Grape Vines, oue year old. For further information, apply, to J. MALLANG, Agent, decS lm Boota nd Shoe maker, Union Buildings. "WADE & BUTCHER" RAZORS. WE have a new stock of RAZORS, firom the celebrated makers "Wade k Buichcr,"of assorted paterns; al soJWostcpholm's and Rogers k Son's Razors, all of which we guarantee to the purchaser. decll FALL k CUNNINGHAM TO GARDNERS. 8,000 MAMMOTH ASPARA GUS ROOTS, very superior, from ihe seed of Aspara gus that has taken two prizes at Horticultural Exhibitions. To be had, if immediate application be made, at dcc21 - 'EWIN BROTHERS. Y Tlnnn. KllcCCSSOr to 1 parations are ;norc popular m this market man any omer American Perfumery, and will be sold to country merchants iipmrr m sf-11 arairi at Philadelphia prices, with I STRATTON, SMITH & CO. tjgaR. 100 hbds Prime Sugar, in store and for sale ) low by nug-18 Broadwar. CtOFFEE 250 baga Prime Rio Coffee, in store and for sale low br STRATTON, SMITH A CO. aug!8 Broadway. FLOUlt500'bbls.i"Flour,vVftriou3.brands, ju3t received and for sale low br STRATTON, SMITH A.C0., auglS - Broadway. s ALT 1000 libls Kanawlia S.ilt; 600 bagmCoarse . do; do; :5iH) do rinc In store and for sale b STRATTON, SMITHA. CO., augl8 Broadway. IRON AND CASTINGS 8 tons Napier's Hammered Iitm; 5rt tbiw "Rolled do; 15 tons assorted Castings for salea!a low, to close, bv auo-is uroattw; 1 T AVCirnRVR &: AIUILSTEAD'S SUPE I vTirOR nHRWING TOBACCO. As principal agents i for the sale of the above justly celebrated Tobacco in Nash- villc, we are and will continue to be constantly supplied. STRATTON, SMITH & CO., j auglS Broadway. SUNDRIES Loaf crushed, clarified and powdered Su gars; Pyppe. Allspice, Tndigo: Letter, Cap and Writing : Pape; Star and Tallow Candles; Bar Soap and various other , articles, all of which will be sold unusually low bv ; ' STRATTON, SMITH &. CO., ; flngi3 Broadway. C' OTTON YARNES 20,000 dozen assorted sizesjust received and for sale by , i STRATTON, SMITH k CO., auglB Broadway. T7VRESII ARRIVALS . 200 bbls superior new wheat JP Flour, just received, and for sale low to close, bv ;iov20 STRATTON, SMITH &. CO. -j A A Boxes fresh 'Western Reserve Cheese, per steamer. XJJ r or sale unusually low to close. STRATTON, SMITn & CO., Broadwaj-. nov 20 O f S Barrels Louisville Hydraulic Cement in store, Jf J and for sale by nov 20 STRATTON, SMITH k CO. f Tons Monilla Cordage, various sizes just received by ) nov 20 STRATTON, SMITH A Co. L. A. LANIER. LAXIER. LANIER & BROTHER, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commission and Fonvardinp merchants, Vnd dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors. Market street, Nashville. I HAVE this day associated with me in the Grocery Busi ness my Brother, L. A. Lanier under the above style. I hope all those indebted to me will call and settle their notes and accounts without further delay. B. LANIER, sop? c w A G 8200 REWARD. ANA WAY, on the 4th of November lost, from a planta tion near Wadesboro , JN. C, a negro boy named Jack son. Jackson is about twenty years old, about live leet eight inches high, and quite black. It is supposed that Juckson went off with a white man named Wm. Draper. Draper is about 35 years old, weighs about 160 pounds, is well built, rather good looking, has a down look, black hair, blue eyes, blnck beard, and had large whiskers when he left here, which he may have cut off, and is a wheelwright by trade. t A reward of one hundred dollars will be given for the ap prehension of the negro boy so that I can get him again, and two hundred dollars for the delivery of the boy and Draper o me at Wadesboro,' or one hundred and fifty for the boy alone. dec27 wGw. JOHN L. McIVER. RAMAGE & CHURCH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoesj COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE. "YT7E arc again in receipt of a large assorted stock of V Roots, Shoes, and Brocans, direct lrotn tne manufactory: Ladies' Misses and Children's fine Gaiters, Boots, Excellors, Slippers and Paris Tics of every descrip tion; Gents' superior Calf Water-Proof D. S. Boots, super fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Boots; Walking snoes, uxiora i las, raieni reamer ana congress uiom wai ters; Boys' and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogans; Over Shoes for Men, Women and Children, and Cork Soles, Ac., Ac. We ask merchants and planters to examine our stock. Wc give bargains tor cash. RAMAGE k CHURCH. tlec2 w BROGANS Home made Brogans, and No. 1 Eastern Brogans; mud and kip Boots, just received and for sale h w for cash. dec2 w RAMAGE k CHURCH. TRAVELLING TRUNKS, Of Solo Leather; Rus set and Black Iron Framed Leather Trunks, Valeces, Cajpet Bags and School Satchels constantly on hand at the lowest prices by dec2-w RAMAGE k CHURCH. LAND AND MILLS FOR SALE I wish to sell my LANDS AND MILLS situated on Duck River in .Marshall county. There are on the place 2 Saw aud 4 Grist Mills, and 3C0 acres of Land, 60 of which are in cultivation. The balance is well timbered, having a large amount of pop lar and cedar upon it. The place is well improved for a residence; and has good water. For further particulars ap ply to the undersigned on the premises, or by letter ad dressed to him at Caney Spring, Tenn. nov30 w5t A. 0. WILLIAMS, TO CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL MERCHANTS. Wholesale Variety Store. WE have now in Store a large and general assortment of VARIETY GOODS, which we will sell at a small advance for cash, or on time to punctual men. Coun- TH TT try merchants would do well to examine our'Jj jj W.ij xSSstock, as we have a great variety of goods JSHjJ-suitable for country stores, such as Combs, Culler', .2 Brushes, Suspenders, Perfumery, Gloves, Hosier-, Spool Cotton, Patent Thread, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Dolls, Toys, Pistols, Cap and Letter Paper, Pins, Needles, Violin strings, Gum Elastic Goods, Ac, Ac; the stock being too numerous to mention. We solicit a call from all wishing to purchase. A. MORRISON k CO. Nashville, Sept. 15 wtf. A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOR SALE, ON the West fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford couuty. Tennessee, containing 640 acres. The land is of very superior quality, yieldinghcavy crops of cotton, well adapt ed to grass and grain of all kinds is within three miles of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tur pike has gootl spring ana stocK water m abundance a comfortable weather-boarded du elling with good out-houses, all new cotton gin and press and all other improvements needed on a farm. The subscriber wishing to go South this winter, will sell it on very favorable terms if immediate an plication is made to him, or in his absence to Major John W Childress, near Murfreesboio'. , auglO tf nENRY J. WILLIAMS. I GROCERIES, &c, &c. V .V E have now in store W 240 hogsheads prime Sugar, new crop; 200 bags primo Rio Coffee, do do; 35 do do Laguyra do do do;' 10 do do Java do; 100 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar; 25 boxes Boston double refined do, 800 bbls A hf bbls Molasses, 100 half bbls Lyrap; 800 barrels flour, best brands; 300 kegs Nails, assorted, best brands; 200 boxes Glass Ware, assorted, 100 do Tobacco, assorted brands; 50,000 Fine Cigars, do do: 220 boxes and half-boxes Raisins and figs; 20 bbls S S Almonds and Pecans; 10 tierces Rice; 20 ceroons Indigo very best; 1 cisk Dutch Madder; 100 Jbbls snp. Carb.Soda; 25 bbls Linseed Oil; 25 bbls Coperas; 10 do Alum; 19 do Brimstone, 23 bags Pepper, Spice and Ginger; 100 dozen Painted Buckets and Tubs; 500 reams Wrapping Paper; 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt; 500 bags fine aud coarse Salt; LIQUORS. 800 barrels Ohio and St. Louis Whisky; 100 do Tennessee do; 50 do Old Double Distilled do; 109 do Brandy, and Gin; 50 do Malaga, Port and Maderia Wine; ' 19 pipes Cognac Brandy, best brands; 1 do Holland Gin; 1 Bipe Jamaica Rum; 25 bbls Irish Whisky; 25 bbls Ryo Whiskx-; 25 do Bourbon do; 50 boxes Fancy Cordials and Wines; With numerous other articles in the Grocery Line, which we offer at very reduced prices for cash or barter. dec21 MORRIS k STRATTON. S'1 T ARCH. 50 boxes PearlStarch for sale bv decS W. H. GORDON" & CO. ?OR SALE. TwoSmall Frame Tenemens, with three . rooms each, on Crawford street, between High and Vine Also A small brick house, with three rooms, on Locust street, near Market street. Terms liberal. jan5 WIIJAAMS A GLOVER, Agents. VALUABLE FARM AND imLSORSALl 1 A1 3 ACRES OF LAND in Robertson county, on the J. JxO Sulphur-fork of Red River, two miles from Tur nersville, and five miles from Port Royal, including a com fortable dwelling house, the necessary out houses, a valuable Saw and Grist Mill, a Distillery, a valuable Apple nnd Peach orchard and between four and five hundred acres of im proved Land, being the plantation occupied by Isaac Dorfch in his life time. I am authorized to sell the same upon reasonable credit, well secured, possession will be immediately iriven if de sired. Apply at Clarksville to the undersigned. janll 4t n C. JOHNSON. 170UR THOUSAND DOLLARS, X1 WORTH OF FURNITURE PIANOS, CARPETING, Ac, Ac, AT REDUCED' PRICES. Having added two large rooms to their estab lishment, and blended the stock of Greenfield, Curry k Co. with theirs, making it tho largest and best stock ever offered in this market, and as they are determined to sell, great bar gains can be had for cash, orgood notes drawing interest, novl W. k T. H. GREENFIELD k CO. INE SHOT GUNS. The undersigned are this day opening a fine and well selected stock of Shot Guns, of every description, comprising Single and Double Barrel Bird Gnns, Heavy Deer Guns, Ac These guns were all made to our special order, and we have no hesitation in recommending thorn to our customers and others wishing to purchase. 1 ' -oct27 FALL & CUNNINGHAM. MEDICAL. Entered according to Act of Congress in the rear 1851, by J. S. H0UGHT0NM. D., in the Clerk's "Office of the District Court forthe.Eastern District of Pennsylvania. GREAT CURE EOS DYSPEPSIA! ANOTHER SCIEN TIFIC WONDER!! DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC JUICE, logical Penn. . . This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspep sia, Jaundice, L"iver Complaint, Consumption and Debility, curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own Agent, tho Gastric Juice. Half atea-spoonial of Pepsin, infused in water, will digest or dissolve five pounds of roast beef in about two hours, out of ihe stomach. . Pepsin is the chief element or digesting principle of the Gastric Juice the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre serving and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines. It is extracted from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus forming an artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its chemical powers, and furnishing a com plete and perfect substitute for it. By the aid of this prepa ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsia are removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders for dvspeptics, during cases of Debility, Ema ciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consumption, sup posed to be on the verge of the grave. The scientific evi dence upon which it is based is in the highest degree curious and remarkable. . . . .... Scientific Evidence. Baron Liebig, in his celebrated work on Animal Chemistry, says: " An Artificial Digestive Fluid, analagotis to the Gastric Juice, may be prepared from the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Ox, in which various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened, changed and digested, just in the same manner as they would be in the human stomach. Dr. Prcira, in his famous treatise on "Food and Diet," published by Fowler A Wells, New York, page 25, states the same great fact, and describes the method of pieparation. There are few higher authorities than Dr. Priera. Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the "Physiology of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of the due quan tity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia:" and he states that "a distinguished professor of medicine in London, who was severely afflicted with this complaint, finding every thing else to fail, hp sua course to the Gastric Juice, obtained lrom the stoma-ai pu living animals, which proved completely successful." Dr. Graham, author of the famous works on "Vegetable Diet," says : " It is a remarkable fact in Physiology, that the stomachs of animals, macerated in water, impart to the fluid the property of dissolving various articles of food, and of ef fecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in no wise dif ferent from the natural digestive process." Dr. Simon's great work, the "Chemistry of Man," (Lee A Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1846, pp. 821-2,) says: "The dis covery of Pepsin forms a new era in the chemical history of digestion. From recent experiments we know that fooa is dissolved as rapidly in an artificial digestive fluid, prepared from Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself. Professor Dunglison, of the Jefferson College, Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Physiology, devotes more than fifty pages to an examination of this subject. His experi ments with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained from the living human stomach, and from animals, are well known. " In all cases," he says, " digestion occurred as per fectly in the artificial as in the natural digestion." Dr. John W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry in the Col lege of the University of New York, in his "Text Book of Chemistry," page 386, says : " It has been a question whether artificial digestiou could be performed but it is now univer sally admitted that it may be." Dr. Carpenter's standard work on Physiology, which is in the library of even' physician, aud is used as a text-book in all the colleges, is "full of evidence similar to the above, re specting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the fact that itmay be readily separated from thestomach of the calf or ox, and used for experiments in artificial digestion, or as a remedy for diseases ot tne stomacii, aim uencicni secre tion of the Gastric Juice. All modern works on Chemistry, Materia Medica and Phy siology, and all good Medical Dictionaries, describe the char acter and properties of Pepsin, aud state many interesting details respecting it. Thefact that an Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, perfectly resembling the natural fluid, may be readily pre pared, does not admit of question. The only wonder is, that it has not before been applied to the cure of Indigestion and Dyspepsia so naturally docs such a use suggest itself to tho mind. As a Dyspepsia Curer, Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has produced the most marvellous effects, in cases of Debility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption. It is impossible to give the details of cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated certificates have been given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in Phil adelphia, NcwYorkand Boston alone. These were nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not only rapid and won derful, but permanent. It is a exeat nervous antidote, aud particularly useful for . i t: rt i . - 7? tendency to .unions wimhuci, jjici - iiuiujiuiiui, recr uuu Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil effects ot Quinine and Mercury and other drugs upon the digestive organs, after a longsickness. Also, for excess in eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles licalth with intemperance. Old Stomach Complaints. There is no form of Old Stomach Complaints which it decs not se.cm to reach and remove at once. No matter how bad it may lie, it gives in stant relief ! A single dose removes all the unpleasant symp toms; and it only needs to be repeated for a short time to make these good effects permanent. Purity of blood and vigor of body follow at once. It is particularly excellent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting,. Cramps, Soreness of the Pit of the Stomach, Distress after Eating, Low, Cold State of the Blood, Heaviness, Lowness of Spirits, Despondency, Ema ciation, "Weakness, Tendency to Insanity, Suicide, Ac. Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is sold by nearly all the dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines throughout the United States. It is prepared in powder and in fluid form, nnd in prescription vials for the use of physicians. Private Circulars for the use of physicians, may be obtained of Dr. J. S. noughton, or his agents, describing the whole process ot preparation, ana giving the authorities upon which the claims of this new remedy are based. As it is not a secret remedy, no objection can be raised against its me by physicians in respectable standing and rcgiuar prac tice. " Price One Dollar per Bottle. Pepsin in Powder sent by mail free of postage. For convenience ot sending 10 an pans oi me country, inc ui- . i . .. il v i gcstive .Matter ot rcpsin is put up in ine lonn oi rowcicr, with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient. These Powders contain iust the same matter as the Bottles, and will be sent by mail, free of postage, for O.ve Dollar sent (postpaid) to Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D., Philadelphia, I'cnn. Please Observe This ! Every Bottle of the Genuine .Pepsin bears the written signature ot J. b. iiOUGUTON, M D., Sole Proprietor, Philadelphia, Penn. 2gSold by all Druggists and Dealers in .Medicines. Wholesale and Retail Agent?, for "Nashville, J. MrZIMERMAN, W. W. BERRY, H. G. SCOVEL. Mcrfreesboro' Binford k McDermott; Franklin E. G. Clouston; Clarksville Thomas k Warfield; Pdlas ki W. T. Plummer, Dr. W. Batte k Bro. jyl0'52 dtrw 12m CONGRESS HALL. THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADA. THE subscribers take pleasure in informing their friends and the travelling community generally, that they have this day takcnpossession of that well established and favor ably known Hotel Congress Hall, Third and Chcsnut Streets. They have bad the house thoroughly repaired, and nil the modern improvements introduced, an"d furnished in a 6tyle of elegance which will at once render it unsurpassed for comfort and convenience. This is decidedly the best located house in the city, being , t . t . p i ? n. l r-t..- in me lmmcaiaie vicmiiy oi uusiuuaa, ma jcuauge, cus tom House, and many other public buildings. Lines of Omnibusscs leave for evrey part of the city every few minutes, their head quarters being within one square o this House. The subscribers are determined to spare no pains in mak ing this a convenient and comfortable home to the traveller. NORRIS A JACKSON, Proprietors. James E. Norris, who is well known to many of the bus iness men visiting the city, lately in the Hardware house of James J. Duncan A Co., "and Truitt, Brother A Co., and for merly proprietor of the Virginian Hotel, St. Louis, willhavc control of th& management of the House, assisted by polite and competent persons. July 26, 1852 6ra VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. lYtthin one mile of the Square of Xashvitte. I WILL sell my Tract of Land, lying immediately on the river, one mile from tho Square of Nashville known as the Nashville Race Course containing about 300 acres. The land is of the very best river bottom soil, well adapted to the production of all kinds of agricultural produce, and commands a beautiful view of the city and river. For farming purposes it cannot be surpassed by any laud in the State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and the balance well suited for cultivation. Upon the premises is a good, comfortable, frame dwelling house and all neces sary out houses, good barns, corn houses, stables, Ac Up on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty years, an established race course, now in good order, with all ncc cssary improvements, fine observatory stands, large, com modious dining rooms, gaming rooms", Ac; indeed, every, convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course and for that particular purpose, commands more advantage than any other place iu Tennessee. If not sold it will be rented for the ensuing year, 1853, on accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in "Wil liamson county, Tenn., or to Thomas G. Pointer, Nashville Tenn. oct!4 wtf LYSANDER McGVAOCK. HOTEL AND BOARDING HOUSE. Corner of Summer and Deaderick Streets, Na&htilU, Tenn D. R. 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Four copies of any or all of the abovo works will be sent to one address on payment of the regular subscription for three the fourth copy being gratis. 4f No premiums will be given where the above allow ance is made to clubs, nor will premiums in any case be fur nished unless the subscription money is paid in full to the Publishers, without recourse to an agent. 57 Remittances and communications should be always addressed, post-paid or franked, to the publisher. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 79 Fulton, New York. Entrance 54 Gold street. oct21) ' OBACCO AND CIGARS. Boxes Stubblcfield's oold LeafTobacco; 30 " Gov. Jones' " " 50 " Henry's Ky. " 50 " John "Anderson A Co.'s Smoking Tobacco, 30 10 Cases hcotch anutl in uottles; Napoleon Cigars Regalias; La National Wandering Jew " " Cathedral " " Marianas " " La Luna Principle La Flor Cherval Star Brand; Genuine 18 In sforeand for sale by novl 8 W. n. GORDON A CO. R. F. BELL. S? Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchant and General Dealer in Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Liquors. Opposite Sewanee House. College st, Nashville. nov29 I THRESH ARRIVALS J 25 bbls St. Louis Flour Albion Mills; 5 bbls St. Louis Golden Syrup; 10 boxes " Loaf Sugar, No. 1; 10 bbls " Powdered and Crushed Sugar; K( " Pincmnnfi Plnilr-lint hrfinitc. J V w.. . - ..... 1000 lbs sugar cured Beef; canvassed; 1U aozzmc v asn jjoarus; 50 boxes, halves and.quarter.boxes Star Candles; 5 bbls Sugar House Molasses; X 10 " Cider Vinegar; w 50 " rectified Whiskey; 300 bbls tine Teas in chests and mallatten packs; 100 " Black Tea; 20 boxes Langhorn and Armstead's best Tobacco; 5 half pipes superior Cogniac Brandy; 10 casks Port and Madeira Wine; 2 pipes superior Holland Gin; 50 bbls old double distilled Tennessee Whisky; 500 " Kanawha Salt; 20,000 fine Regalia Cigars; 80 b ?s Laguyra and Java Coffee; Also many other articles in the Grocery line, which will bo, sold very low lor ctsh. R. F. BELL, nov29 College street; opposif o Sewanee House. FRESH ARRIVAL. Just received a large supply of Quinine, Alcohol, ' Lard Oil, Surgical Instruments, i Window Glass, Ac, Ac; and for sale low wholesale and retail by J. M. ZIMMERMAN, nov 23 Sign of Lion and Mortar, Market street. EDWARD HOPPER'S IMPROVED YEAST POWDERS To make Loaf Bread, Hot Breakfast Cakes, Buckwheat Cakes, &c, superior to anything of the kind lefore pro duced. THESE POWDERS are an admirable substitute for Yeast, in all kinds of Bread and Batter Cakes, and have the advantage over that article in making the batter perfect ly light and ready for baking the instant they are mixed. Buckwheat and other Cakes, when made with these Pow ders, are less likely to disagree with the stomach than those made with Yeast; and, as it requires but a few minutes to prepare them for baking, the possibility of ever having them sour is entirely avoided. They are highly recommended by many of the first families in this city and other places. Price 25 cents perpackage. For sale by A. STRETCH, declO Druggist, Corner of Union and Cherry Sfs. J. H. CURREY, CABINET MAKER AND FUNERAL UNDERTAKER. IS now furnished with good workmen and well seasoned material to make to order all kinds of furniture at short no tice. REPAIRING done in the best style nnd upon very reasonable terms. Icau have furniture moved in a firsrate car. and bv care ful hands when called upon. Persons havtng turning to do, will nnd it to their interest to give me a call, as I have a firstrate Lathe and turner. Undertaking Coffins of every description, always on hand, which will be furnished at prices a good deal'lowcr than heretofore furnished in this city. I will give my per sonal attention to funerals both in the city any country, with good hearses, gentle horsesand careful drivers. All orders left at my salesroom on College street, opposite the Sewanee House or at my shop near the Depot, will be punctually at tended to. Myself or clerk can always be found at ihe Rtnr. ready to wait on cusfomers, both night and day. nov25 FRESH ARRIVALS, AT R. & J. NIXON'S. 80,000 Cigars, 50 Boxes M. R. Raisins; 60 Boxes Mfccaroni, 25 " Layer do;. - -. 15 Casks Lond'n Pqrt'r 25J boxes do; s - 5 Barrels Oranges" 25V do; Just recoired to-day Jay nov27 R. A J. NIXONJ O o ST .2 - 3 S",-t-2 EH J E S Sf 2 I 5 s i 34 pi cu-co a is. x e c j 5;t otcs a -"r - -i rr MEDICAL. i AFFLICTED READ! PHILADELPHIA 3IEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 rears ago by DR. KINKELIN. The oldest, surest and best hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin, i and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELLN, N. W. cor ner oi imrd and union streets, between spruce and fine, , one and a half squares from the Exchange, Philadelphia. Take Particular Notice. There is a habit which, boys teach each other at the academy or college -a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned in due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidiotts and devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice, area ware of the consequences, until they hnd thenerv0usrysiem is shattered, ftfellrahge and tin accountable feelings, vague fears in the mind. ThVindivid ual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed" vigor, or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, he is dull and irresolute, the countenance is dolf ncast, the eyes without natural lustre, shamefacedness is apparent. These are symptom which, thould atchkec the attention of those similarly atilicted. If the victim "be conscious of the cause of his decay, and having relinquished the odious practice, he suffers "under those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame him, producing mental and physical prostration. If he emancipate hinuelf before the practice has done its worst, aud enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and his senses tell him that this is caused by his early follies. Too many think they will hug the secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, aud how many a promising youth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! Young Men! Let no false modesty defer you from making vour case known to one who. from education and re- spectibihty, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide' his lwnor as a gentleman, and in wl'iose bosom" will be orever locked the secret of the patient. ! personal application, can.hy stating their case explicitly, tc- ! gather with all their syjnptoms, per letter post paid,)liave i torwarueu 10 uiein a cnesi containing Lir. tt.. meuicmcs, appropriated accordingly, and"be cured at home. Strictures of the uietlira, weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters poitjxiid. A remittance of 2." cents in a letter, postpaid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure jus book on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. june" wly LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dis eases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stom ach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the ltcait, Choking or Suf focating, Sensations when in a lyicg posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain iu the Ilead, Deficiency of Persiiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Tain "in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs etc., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Im aginings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits, can be ef fectually cured by Dr. Hoofland's Celehratcd Gciman I2ittcrs? Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine Store, 12') Arch street, Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if equaled, by any other preparation in the United Slates, as the cures attest, iu many cases after skillful physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids, pos sessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of the liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pow ers in weakness and affections ol the digestive organs, they are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant. READ AXD BE COXVIXCED. From the "Boston Bee." The editor said, Dec. 2t;d: D r. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters, for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Ner vous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medi cines of llie'day. These Bitters have been used by thou sands, and a friend at oar elbow says he has himself re ceived an effectual and permanent cure of liver complaint from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, iu the use of these hitlers, the patient constantly gains strength and vigor a fact worthy of great consideiation. They are pleasant in taste and smell, and can be used by persons with the most delicaie stomachs with safety, under any circum stances. We are speaking from experience, and to the af flicted wc advise their use. "Scott's Weekly," one of the best literary papers pub ished, said, Aug. 20fh : "Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters manufactured by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended by some of the most prom inent members of the faculty, as an article of much efficacy in cases of Female weakness". As such is tho case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus sr.ve them selves much sickness. Persons of debilitated constitution will find these bitters advantageous to their health, as wc know from experience the salutary effect they hare on weak .systems." More Evidence. The Hon. C. D. Hinelinc, Mayor of the city of Camden, N.J.. says: "Hoofland's German Bitters. Wo have seen many flat tering notices of this medicine, and the Mniree from which they came induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were persuaded to use it, und must s ay that we found it specific in its action upon diseases of the liver and digestive organs, and the influence it exerts upon nervous prostration is really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nerves, makingslecp refreshing. "If this medicine was more generally used, we are satis fied there would be less sickness, as from this stomach, liver and nervous system the great majority of real and imagina ry diseases emanate. Have them in" a he: Ithy condition, and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extra ordinary medicine we would advise our friends who are at all indisposed, to give a trial: it will recommend itself. It should, in fact, be in every family. No other medicine can produce such evidences of merit?' Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore going,) from ail sections of the Union, the last three years, and the stongest testimony in its favor, is, that there is'moie of it used in the practice "of the regular physicians of Phila delphia, fhan all other nostrums combined a fact that can easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific prep aration will meet with their quiet approval when prescdont even in this form. That this medicine will cure liver complaint and dyspep sia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts spe .cifically upon the stomach and liven it is preferable to calo mel in allbiliousdiseawf: the effect is immediate. They can be administered to female or infant with safety and reliable benefit at any time. LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF TnE GENUINE. They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON up on the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle xcitltmt which they are spurious. For sale, wholesale and retail, at the GERMAN MEDI CINE STORE, No. 129 Arch street, one door below Sixth, Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers generally through out the country. PRICES REDUCED. To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the advantage of fheir great restorative powers. Sin gle bottle 75 cents. Also for sale by W. W. BERRY, EWIN, BROWN A CO. CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, II. G. SCOVEL. Druggists, Nashville, Tenn. And by Druggist everywhere. Wholesalg Agents for Kentucky and Tennessee, sutcliffe, McAllister a co., juneo eowly. Louisville, Ky. DR. ARNOLD'S UNION PILLS. Green Hill, Tenn., January 19, 1852. Dr. Arnold Dear Sir I consider it but an act of jus iitice to yourself and the community, to state to you the very .ereat benefit P" have "'received from the use of' vour Union Pills. Having been forquita a. .number .of years, greatlyS times alarming me greatly, I used every other remedy, al most that I ever read or head of for the disease, all without the least beneficial effect. I had almost come to the belief, that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under great debility, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak ing the different Pills, medicine, Ac; but on hearing my neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of your Union Pills, I concluded to give them a trial, and bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. From the first dose of one Pill I was satisfied it was the medicine for me. I have not yet used quite one vial, and can now say to you with the utmost pleasure, that I have not for the last ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I have since commencing the use of your Pills. I would take no sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every branch of my family have used them with the same happy effect. At times some of the negroes have had symptoms of fever at the first complaint I have given them one or two Pills, and never bad to repeat the dose but once, which effected a cure. Your other medicines used by my family, have had the most happy eflcct. I shall always keep a sup ply of your Pills on hand, and I think that no one, laboring as I have undergreat debility and dyspepiaa, with all thei evil consequences, dui wnat would, alter a use of your med idines, join me in saying the same of them. Respectfully W W MASTERSON For Sale at the Drug Stores of ZIMERMAN, T.WELLS. BEECH, FLEMMING A CO., and BOURNES HOUSE'S MEDICINES. BEING the sole owner of House's Celebrated Medicines, consisting of Indian Tonic, Pile Ointment, Tetter Cer ate and Pills, now in the hands of local agents in the State of Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia. I offer to sell the same extremely low to Agents or others who wish to purchase I have also a large quantity of said medicines, together with Gray's invaluable Ointment, on hand and will sell hem at wholesale or retail at lower rales than they hav ever jeen sold in this market. A large discount will be al lowed to those who buy to sell again. M. BOURNE, june 7 wtf Opposite True Whig Office Nashville, June 2, 1851. This is to certify that M Bourne is my authorized Agent to sell and put out on commission Gray's Invaluablo Oint ment, in the State of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and North Carolina. No Ointment is genuine unless it beara the written signature of Win F Gray upon the outside label of the box; and all who wish the genuine must see that it is written before they buy, as there arc base imitations out. Beware of an article purporting to be put up by W W Gray, of Raleigh, N C, which is a base counterfeit. The name ot W W Gray is engraved, as will be seen by close inspection. Therefore, in order to avoid imposition get the ointment put np by the undersigned. WM F GRAY. MORE NEW CARPETING. "TTTE have just, received an additional supply of Carpet b,T -Vi ing, which makes cur stock complete, from 30 cents to $2 75 per yard, which we are anxious to sell. norSO W A T. H. GREENFIELD A CO. INDIAN tonics SPECIAL NOTICE TO THOSE AFFLICTED. HPHE subscriber respectfully announ- JL ces to the citizens of Nashville, and the public generally, that he has located permanently in this city, and that be will devote his attention to the alleviation cf , human suflering, by curing Rhcu- matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Coughs, Can- cers. Piles. Sore Eves, scrofula. Disease? of the skin. Diarrhoea, and Gravel, Fe males suffering with irregularities, ncr-ji vousncss and debilitiy, can be petma- nently cured. Disease of apeculiar character I guar antee to remove in a few davs radically. without offensive or deleterious Medi cines, l'aueuts would rave much time andntoneytosay nolhirg of anxiety of mind, bv giving-him a call. Invalids from any section of the country, by addressing a letter, stating the symptoms and enclosing a fee, can have advice and medicines sent to fhcni with full dhections. The subscriber wishes it distinctly understood tl.at tie above cures are effected without the use of Meicuij, astfce cure is entirely dependent on the use of riots, acetrdirg to the Indian practice. ,. rri. , i. i-onne n Tnf rmst-rnn the correr CI lilt' 11 U. Li i L, t iL-J aiiuo .... ....... j ,. direction, they can ccme in, ond no pains win co sfsi. to render them comfortable and to cilcct a speedy cute. For particulars, sec my ciiculais of certificate?- 1 DR. MITCHELL, Indian Botanic Doctor, Office ou Maiket street, tb.rd cxtr from the Square, East side Sign of the Inditn. Nashville, May 1 . 1 f 51 -To the Editors of the Nashville Union: Gentierr.cn,-By publishing the following you will much oWig ire and ctLfer a favor cn suffering humanity. It is but justice to ti e t uL licthat the virtues of Mitchell's Indian ltheiunftlic Exu .act should be made familiarly known o everv one, aisd rtitici larly to those afflicted with that painful dWae cidlert Rl.cn matisni. 1 have been suffering with that direase forthe last two years. 1 havcapplicd to numerous physicians, alto tried various remedies, recommended 10 cure it, butiuh Kund temporary relief aud almost in despair cf ever gettir g en tirely cured; but hearing of Mitchell's Indian KJwi u ai.c Extract, for sometime, I was not willing to try it, a 1 1 -ve spent so much monev, and all to no purpose ; Lut rt ticrg a card in your paper "of Dr. Mitchell's atrival here, I strt kr him, when he called on me and assured me he w old iflcct a cure; also satisfied ire by certificates frcm h'ghir iei cita ble petsons in Louisville, some of whom are personalh M iwn to me, that got well by the ueof hisExtiait, whiih uuluccd mc to give it a trial; and I take pleasure in staiitg, tlat st ir the use of two bottles I am entirely relieved. Iclicvirg it a dutv incumbent Mpon me to reecrirnend in thcs4i wrg ttrrr s a medicine which I believe has co equal in the tuie of iL.s distressing disease. .r Yours, respectfully, D. YcINTCSI'. Public Square, 3d door from the New Lrit gc. ANOTHER IMPORTANT CURE B r MITCH ILL' A' L I A X E X T Jt A CT. L'dgffielp, (near Nashville, May 9, In 1. Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, I take plwBinein stat r gto you, and fbr the benefit of the public, tlat a y bti.ti, .a lad of fifteen veals', i who l as bien sfhicfed with ihe LI a -matism, for some time, in one of his kreoe sr.d beik, trd having tried various remedies, all of which had bereft h:e proved useless, 1 wrs almost .n despair tlwt he eerwculd be anything but a cripple fortheies-t of his life, artktlo , s nf his brut uere droit n. But hearir g that Mr. Mclntv sh , un old resident of Nashville, had been cured by tl eweif jcr Extract, induced me to try it for my bretker.ard 'c try peat astonishment, by thcuee'of ouc bottle he has iccaii cu tie use of his limbsj and is entirely free of all pain. I. tbeiefi ic, feel in duty bound, after ba irg tested a rcedicire vl.ch must be of" so much use to those afflicted, with this rr r fl disease, to, vnrtlirittd, publicly recommend it as a ci -tain cure. Respectfully, yours, O. D. WALLING. N. B. Persons" wishing to confer with me, c do so by calliug at my residence, Spring street, EdgefioW, Tci u DAVirON Cot'NTT, Tenn., July , l.Nrl. Dr. J. Mitchell: Deur Sir, I feel it my duty "to ackr.iwl edge to the afflicted, the benefit I have received fVwn yenr Indian Rheumatic Extracts. I have been suffurirg wi'h Rheumatism in my hips for soire time. I was uutkr t! e treatment of a physician considered a good one, who told r e that lie could not effect a cure on me. If ecnpfr our Ex tract effecting so many cures in the city of Nashtille, induced me to try it; and I take pleasure in ttatirg that the use if one bottle of your Extract has given mcerieat relief. I ciu sidcr it a very valuable remedy for what it isiccoaimcndid, particularly for Rheumatism. Yours, respectfully, D. BRINK LEY. Nashville, Tenn., July 81, 1S"1. To the Editors of the Union: Deeminpr it my drrty to t! c number of physicians for relief, but in vain. 1 also ti.cd different remedies recommended tor Rl;eumatisn, but f l.r.d them all to be humbi'gs. Hearing of Dr. Mitchell's Ird-; n Rheumatic Extract, 1 called on the Doctor, and he MM.icd me I could be cured. Having spent so much money ai.d found no relief, I concluded to be humbvgged no mere. I fold the Doctor I would givehim a curtain sum if le v. i u!d effect a cure. The Doctor took my case and fnritiled n e with medicines: I followed his ihicctions; audi am row happy to state, after the useof two bottles cf his extract, crd two of his blood purifying remedy, I am entirely relieve!. As an act of justice to Dr. Mitchell", I take this method rf re commending it to those who arc swunrlr afflicted, as a cer tain remedy far Rheumatism. Yours, respectfully, JO. L. RYAN. August 4. Lincoln Countt, Ten., May 9, 152. To all aflhVfed with RhcuiHutkm, the most painfnl end annoying of diseases in the whole catalogue of hunum suf fering, I would say, apply to Dr. Mitoholl, or his A seats, for some of his invaluable Indian Rheumatic Extract; and I venture toaseert you will not be humbugged but find relief from your sufferirgs. There is a great aversion to l'utcnt Medicines by Ihe public generally, as iboy have leen so of ten deceived; but this invaluable remedy is worthy a trial, and has, so far, proved effectual whenever tried. I wJl give a brief statement of my cue, that those who have Lcen long afflicted may not yet despond while Dr. Mitchell sur vives. Havingbecn afflicted with the worst of maladies for rr.tre than six years, being confined to my room a great portion of the time," and unable to lie by day or night my joints stif fened, my muscles partially ossified, and so much emaciated as to seem more like an inhabitant of another world than this. Having tried every Physician of any rote of whom I could hear, all proved "unsuccessful. I had entirely des paired of recovery, expecting to spend (not enjoy) the life if the invalid, when 1 chanced to see an account ot the wonder ful cures effected bv Dr. Mitchell's Indian Rheurratic Ix tract, I resolved to give it a fair trial, as I had all other I h sicians who tried my case, notwithstandii g it uas a ntiiit medicine, in which I could excrcie no Aery strong faith: when to my great surprise and satibihetiott, before usirg it more than the short space of one month, it has I few so lar arrosicd in its ravages upon my system that I can alu.oat ven ture to assert, though of long standing, that k is entiieiy ex pelled from its strong hold, though afpaicntly so well i rti tied. Less than ono month is a short time to ?outean enemy which has been solely engaged in oioctiug fcrtiLcaticn fi r near seven years, I can sav to tho afflicted try for your selves if you wish to be in the vigor and full blecm of Leahh again. Yours tmlv, .F 31. HURLEY. NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. -Cedar Street, Post Office Buildings, NaehviHe, Ttnn. STUDENTS admitted any time duriag the year. The course of instruction embraces Bcok Keeping by Double Entry, as used in every department of business, Commercial Calculations, Mercantile Forms and Customs, and Business Pennmanship. The design of the institution is to give yc-ung men a thorough training, preparatory o entering into busi ness, in a properly conducted Mercantile Institution, a let ter knowledge of 31 ercantile Science can be obtained, in frcm eight to twelve weeks, than can be acquit ed in any one brat ch ot business in a life-time. The jrincipies of Accounts are first thoroughly taught, and then their ojf lieuticn to every variety and class of business operations, is made familiar ly frequcnt examples. The Student is required to rerfoi in the same kind cf work as if he wcie in a Counting Room. A thorough course of instruction is given in Mercantile Calcu lations, upon the most approved methods, and Bnsiwss Pen manship upon practical and scientific principles. The stu dent is also exercised in forming the various instruments o writing, common to business transactions. This Institution has been for some time in successful ooern tion. The undersigned having been for three years Pnnii pal of a Commercial College in Kentucky, is prepared togive the most satisfactory assurances of his ability to conduct a similar Institution in Nashville, in a manner eminently wor thy of a generous patronage. "Tuition (in advance) for the above course of instruction is 30. Instructions aregiven in Penmanship and Mercantile Arithmetic, not in connection with the regular course. For twenty lessons in writing, 5, and $5 per month for Arith metic A mgiu course is given ior inose wno cannot attend during the day. Rooms amply lighted with Gaa. augl 1 wly E. FISK, Principal. S-f AAA REWARD. I will pay thcaboverewaid l.UUV to any person or persons, as a premium above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants, of the denominations of 160, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur chase single warrants ot either denomination. R. H. BROCKWAY Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door souttmi ti 1 1 Nashville. octl4 nr7. . Commission 31 ere hunt, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA WILL receive censignments of COTTON, CORN.BA CON, OATS, BUTTER, FEATHERS; Ac. His bu siness in Acgcsta, will be continued as heretofore under his direction. Refers to Hon. John P. King, President, Georgia Rail road Company. II. W. Conner, Esq., President, Sosth Ca rolina Railroad Company. P.S. Major Armstead Wall is my General g'ntin Tennessee aud North Alabama. deelC Snidw 25 REWARD! R ANA WAY from the subscriber, in Lincoln cous- g. iy, about the 1st of August, a Negro Woman g?sL named MARGARET, about 80 years, cf brown com-. plexion, talks somewhat broken, and tells parsons, tlatsue may chance to meet, that she is free Said negro was pur chased in-St, Louis, Mo., and will try to back th(!n, I will give the above reward if taken out onhfc State, er 510 if taken in this State and secured in any jail so that I get her .Direct to the subscriber- atj'leasant-Plains, Lincoln caunty Tennessee. ALEXANDER PARKER, oct v?2 Vine and Demumbranc streets; large and comfortable rcc as , well ventillated, and in a veiy ietued-part oftbeitj. y v k;o ;n,,ro);uo nrtrl rnraiml caie ana 11 U 11 I3U 1 pub):c and especially to tuos c aimcieu wun ltneninaiiw, u at I have been relieved by Mitchell's Indian Hhen at:eExtrait. I have been afflicted lor a number of earx. and arnh'id'o a