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A X INFALLIBLE CUREf.r UonuriieOW
t,nd all those
7 tares. Nocturnal Emm i uponythwl ex
diMresin complaints usualh co iscgueot "P
ccssos imd indulgences, of diseases, Dr. Mor-
In preparing a pecitc for fli w j tfIter to present
ru bladed much unie und ne t.
as tLvre ha beeu iwajj""" ,,,.
Or the money returned, and &r hgm
& A? m invlgoratinff medcme for RrukeK Const itH
ii,t rt t eql, bemgextremely pirtbtod mild,
as welia active and pennanent in its effects.
Fr that distressing complaint so MtnmoB among Wmies,
tocaod Fluor Albu Whiles, th specific is "J""
remedv, mri should be used by all who arc ta w afflicted.
sS&br H. G. Soovk, G. W. Itawauiw Vr. W A
J.JJ. Be'aer, Nashville, Yoosslov, Bowling Green, Xy.
deci'j Hu. "
D. W. H. KOSSIS.
TNVENTOR of the far-famod MOiiKIS REMEDY, can be
X cajulted by latter, by those who cannot make H cou-
vnwwit nonsuit him nursonaHv. persons amicrea iw
vcawn to consult nitn persoiiBiy . jbw amn.
. . t i - . .i ..;!. n ..r Wa ft!-ratmir unA '
ot uauis or uujurun, vi iii auj ; 6
.'unpiaat oonaequences attendiogan injdickws we of j
pe-ful uwdiciaes can, by describing their desease in- j
4cnti z and iacUwi'.ie the reasnnabte sum of Three Dolb, ;
kSalLd JLmes sent will, full directions for .
tr Hm-fi-oce from tttuuiMss.. . .
4eel.;-Jm. Cineraria. Ohm.
. Grr, Cwmisaum, Receiving & Forwarding Merchant,
- SieC B-OAD SfKKET, X.MtVIUJt. Ts.
TRIGG, has opeood his large and eomtno
l(mti Street, be-
,.. .11 'how UfrtfTi rvcinii MuC
W$ere m mepared to STORK goods of almost any kind
-wtfqu.untv ou reasonable term. He will also attend to
itfowviug and Forwarding, llavingone of the largestand
raoareoiivcaint liouse m iliecity, lowed at an intermediate
point between tlie upper River Landing an 1 Railroad Ile-
prt. ' .
JUST RECEIVED BY D. TRIGG Braadway.
2l) obbU Croahed Sugai7 8 IsW I'ulreriwd Sugar;
$14lrbc9t Ctder Yitiear
SO bx W. K. RaUiins, fiesh;
25 boxes Cheone;
50 duzen iVwsma;
2u liaifboxes V. R, Rawing;
10 hoses Codfiab:
25 boxes bried Hem;
8 UeroM Fresh Rkwj
25 duzn HucktHa, pamtwl;
n Star CanalM.
L5 iioxca lMlOW oaonrasi
4 l t.. u.i4uu Hcil fivnl. Roe HerrtBA. MttCKrol,
tc Ac , which will be aold cheap for Cash ot Hurler.
w. m.ookoo, c- B- "
"W H. GORDON & CO., ,
AUCTION ACOjmiSSIOX XKKCIIAKTS. '
?w tiwftla of Morchaadke, generally, a
Q IMS AK.-10U hhds. prime newr X
O JauS - ll- t'OHQ tX.
OL AJiSiiS.-aw bbls pniM new MMeVM "J
fjpOBACCO. 130lioxesKeoiiA Co., Stoy a To-
60 liixes Keen k Co., Sun cured Tobaeo;
340 do rftubWefield
ISO do Boa
150 do Godwin's ..
SlOAKS 6 Cos LasTre -Matwi ltej5ia Cigw;
fl x.r 1 tin tUk
fj do Jenny Lind
do Waderig Jew
t do Spotted Cathedral
9. do La Fid
3 do Monte Cristo
AJfW lat new
Par Bale by" jan3
AAA r..3 U..liut
VT. II. GORDON A CO.
IjASSWARE. S00 Boxes Pint Fhte;
VT loO Boxes Quart
600 do Tumblore, assorted forsale ly
W. H. GORDON & CO.
:LUUGiiS.-lOO Hall's Portoock VJ?feS?rt1bjr
5.nS V. 11. VVIH'w- a. vvr.
jj"BET received per steamers GLQBE and AMERICA
liO tends prime aud strictly 80 bbls Syrup,
olwee Sugar, fiO K " do,
50 bbls win'r crushed aud 200 bugs Rio Coffee,
powdweddo, dO " J-aguimdo,
100 bbls choice Molasses, 6 "Java do,
S " Sug.tr house tK, lorbuie iow, v
7 IQUORg loO bbls Tenn. D. I), willed WWeky,
i ao hlils Old MonoueT.Uala AVliisky,
hjx .4 r lt.l nnM-lufi An so " Old Rc do
60 " Old Beservedo,
4! Pipes IIoIUumI Gin,
SO Indian bbl S. Wine,
SO bbls N. E. Rum,
80 bbis S. Wine,
i bxs- Brandy Ciwrries,
10K PiltesoW Oog Brandy,
100 bbls A. M. Braudy,
80 bbls A. M. Gin,
10 bbls Old Port Wine.
50 boxes Claret Wine,
10 bxs. assorted Uordtuls,
15 gal. Old Frencu Wranur,
Hi S'ore and for ile by declaj
L. II. LANIER.
UN Dill BS. IO0 bbls Best Flour,
iS i.hi kiMr fii'Nails.
iiNioliltlii No. 1 Salt. .
20 Urns assorted Iiwi,
6090 lbs bar Lead,
100 aSMWied Demijohns,
60 dosBedoordii, Lines,
25 bag Pepper,
1 cask Madder,
80 bxs Buckwfoaat Flour,
6 bbls AUum,
30 dozen Painted Rackets,
90 nesta Vt Inwhol rtieASures
2W bags Shot, assorted,
60 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars,
60 bags Raeo Ginger,
60 boxes Dried Herring,
10 boxes Stoughton's bitters,
6 bbte Drimstone,
1AO lHnwa -
60 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel,
10 bbls Large Pecans,
800 bxs Tobacco, ass'd brands,
2" bbls English Soda
20 bblsS.S. Almonds,
6D buses Figgs
8 terra Tresh Rice,
C U-.,. Cnsatl Tail
10 Urome s Best lmn
nwtiinr tritli miHv other articles, which will be sold
lew 6r x L- I-VNIER,
focL Market St.
EXCHANGE ! EXCHANGE! We are check
iag on New York, and Philadelphia in any amount, m
Wsuit, at Kperosnt. premium.
GROCERIES, &c, &c.
Tt'Tr tun rwnr in atnro
W24.' hor!eads prhr.e Sugar, new crop;
iM harm trime Rio Coftee,
19 do do Laguyra do
10 do do Java do;
100 bbls Lm, Crushed and Powdered Smrar;
25 boxes Boston double rofiued w,
800 bbls A hf bbls Jlolassos. 100 half bbkt Lyrup;
800 barrels Hour, best brands;
800 key Nails, assorted, best brands;
1S00 hoses Glass "Ware, assorted,
100 do Tobacco, assorted brands;
M0Fine Cigars, do do:
2iC boxeij and half-boxc3 Raisins and figs;
20 bbls S S Almonds and Pecans;
10 tierce Rice 20 ceroons indigo very best;
1 cask Dutch Madder; 100 H bbls np. Carb.odu;
25 bbls linseed Oil; 25 bbls Coperas;
10 do Ahtm; 19 do Brimutone,
23 bags Pepper, Spice and Ginr;
1V9 doaeu iVinted Buckets and Tubs;
500 reams wrapping raper;
1900 bbls Kanawha Salt; 500 bap fine and i
aftCrbarrels Ohio and St Louis Whisky;
100 de Teajessec do;
60 do OldTXwble Distilled do;
109 do Brandv, :md Gin;
69 do Malaga, Port and Madork Wine; '
1 pipes CoRnac Ilrandy, best brands;
l '' 1 &o Holland Gin; 1 Bine Jamaica Rum;
25 bbls TriJi Whisky; 25 bbls Ryo Vhisky;
do Bourbon do;
60 buses Fancv Cordials and Wines;
With numerous other articles in the Grocery Line, which
wo otter at very reduced prices for cash or barter.
doc-jl MORRIS & STRATTON.
FfffiSrFJSE, CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
Katting.Bmfget, Girondoles, Solar Lamps. Mantle and
other Clocks, Pier Glasses, and all kinds of Looking
'rnllE sabseriber has in Store, nnd is constantly (Mi
1 receiving a large .aipplr of 'the entuH
sioone whicn will dc munu ij5i; wu i ami
Jrfurh u anwvrior article of French BrogatellcTllose.
wood Cliainber Setts, Jfahogany do; a laree assorteient of
Mahoeanv and Rosewood Centre Tables; Dressing Btirenns;
Wardrobes French UeJstcads; Elagere Sideboards; Mahoga
ny and R.won.1 Chairs, and acomplele assortment of com
mon Furniture, to wit : Bedsteads; Bureaus; Dining . Break,
fast and !eert Tables; Withstands; Work Tables- Wardrobes-,
Iionns; Candle Stands; Sofas,. Ac, Ac; indsor
and Cane Scat Clirs of all kinds. Tapstry Brussels, Three
Plv, Incrain and Two Plv Carpctting, Rufjs, Ac. JJoor and
Tobte Oil Cloth, of all kinds, from one yard to wgtlt yards
wids, wbieh the public are respectfully invited to exiimme.
All of which will be sold low for cash, or on timu for approved
I hav personallv selected every article, and the wekrman
shin and finish of all work sold by me will be -warranted to
bo 03 represented. ' A. PATTERSON,
College street, near Church St., NashTille, Tonn.
T7RESII ARRIVALS, AT R. & J. NIXON'S.
Xj 80,000 Cigi, 60 Boxes SI. It. Raisins;
40 Boxes Mfocaroni, 25 " Layer do;
16 Casks Lcmd'n Port'r 25) boxes do;
ft Banls Oranges 253 " do
Just received to-day by nov27 It. A J. NIXON
' CHARLES W. SMITH,
BOOKSELLER AND STATI0UEE,
No. 51, College Street.
SCHOOL, Law, Medical Religious and Sfiscollaneous
; Books, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
prides. . . .i ci i iv i i 1:,;
the most fivorable terms.
NAILS. 2000 Kegs SUcnbergcr's Nails, all sizes, for
&alo by "anS W. IL GORDON & CO.
STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
STIGAK. 100 hhds Prime Sugar, in store nnd for sale
lowby STRAT'f ON, SSIITn A CO,
COFFEE 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee, in store and for
sale low by STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
T7LOUR 500 bbls. Flour, various brands, just received
Jj and for sale low by STRATTON, SMITH & CO.,
SA.LT 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
600 bags Coarse - do; "
i SCO do" Koe do;
I rforc and for sale bv-
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
i auglS Broadway.
riON AND CAS1TNGS S tons Napier's Hammered
Iron; 20 tons Rolled do; 15 tons assorted Castings for
1 aHaanutuallv ldw, to close, bv
; k STRATTON, SMITn A CO.,
T 'AjfCHORNE & ARMLSTEAD'S SUPE
1 JL. RIOR CHEWING TOBACCO. As principal ajrents
lortnesaieoi meauove justly ceieoraicu Aooacco iu
it . .. 1 i t . l. . .1.. ...nn!ivl
vine yfc re auu ttiu uoimnue tu uc onuuuiui oiijjj.iv".
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
- - - ,
QUNDRIES-Loaf envied, clarified and lered So-
I'api; Sraraha TaJIowCandles; Bar Soap ;and various c
; auglS ;
OTTO.V Y ARNES-20,000 dozen assorted sizesjust
V J recasvod and for sale bv
w STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
upl3 Broad wjiy
TVRESII ARRIVALS. 900 bbls superior new wheat
Jt? ' rlwir, just received, and for sale low to clo?e, by
h 2) STRATTON, SMITltA CO.
Voxoa fresli Western Reserve Cheese, per steamer,
or sole unusually low to cloe.
Vri? toiv SAHTIT X- C.n .
i ") r J Dajrels Ixwisville Hydraulic Coniont in store,
; i J J and for sale by
j nor 20 STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
I f Tdna Mooilla Cordage, various sizes just received by
j O aorW STRATTON, SMITH A Co.
H. G. SCOVEL,
Druggist, and Apothecary,
North aide of tf,e PMk Square, 3 doors Jl'eii of Vie
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paixts, Bbcsues, Peufumeky,
- Towdku, Oii. Dvb Stuffs,
Fanct Auticles, Shot, Vaunishhs,
Guus; Glasswauu, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
WTSKO ABDOMINAL SUP PORTERS and TRUSSES,
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ice.
Nashville, February 1, 1353.
"iTTETnnd unpleasant under foot, and to avoid Pleuri
VV sv, Pneumonia, Coughs, Colds and A flections of the
tne lungs, inejusuy cen-or.ueu r iiej.-i. oumv oui.i,
siMMild bewoni, of which the subscriber has received a largo
sunnlr of Ladies, Misses, and Gentlemen's sizes. For sale
.by jin25 H. G. SCOVEL.
r pEETII, NaTl, Hat71laTr, Broom, Scrub, Tanner's
I Kt.lriiir niul Sfionrin. Paint. Varnish. Markinc. Art-
Norlli side of the Public Square, 3 doors West of the Iash-
GROSS Chailes Patridge's
Slatchcs, just received by
Round Wood Box
H. G. SCOVEL
1)EftFUMEltY in great variety, kept constancy on
: hand and for sale by jan2.- II. G. SCOVEL.
GRASS SEEDS Orchard Grass, Timothy, Herd's
Grass, Clover and Blue Grass Seeds, on baud and for
sate by jauSJ H. G. SCOVEL.
QUININE (Sulphate) Sulphate .Morphine, Phosphat
Lime, Collodian, Carb, Potasi, Lunar Caustic, Oil
Cedar iust received and for sale by
ja 25 H. G. SCOVEL.
OAKIJNSES. Nero Abdominal Supporters, and Shoulder
JL Braces, in great variety for sale by
jan 25 II. G. SCOVEL.
CLARK STREET COACH MANUFACTORY.
THE " PROPRIETOR of this establishment (Vb-r
beg leave to inform the public and his old JSsIsSl
customers, that he still carries on the Coach and Uug
gv business in all its various branches, viz: Coach Painting,
Wood Work, Trimming, Blackamithing, Harness Making,
and Finishing. All work sold by me is made at the Clark
Street Munutuclorv aud warranted.
I now have on" hand, and for sale, Family Carriages,
Rockawavs, Barouches, Trotting Buggies, Sulkies, and
School Omnibuses. In my work all of the newest fashions
and latest siylcs are introduced and warranted.
All Orders for new work attended to with promptness
nnd despatch having good workmen in my employ.
Repairing done with promptness and despatch, and
uiv customers may rely on getting their work when prom
ised. IRA A. STOUT,
jan 17 triwly Cark Street, Nashville, Tenn.
"HANG OUT -THE BANNER ON OUTWARD WALLS. "
The cry is still they come! "Who conies?
WHY-the customers conic to be sure, could they
do otherwise, and whon they see the large and
ct.int. stf lliw.it TC'talitrmnltl. Tfnnrlv tflflo
Clothing, just irriving from the Eastern Markets, to enume
rate which would puzzle Demosthenes.
LIKEWISE a line assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cle, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Cups, Trunks, Valises, Ac, Ac,
All of which will be sold at unusually low prices for
cash. . L. POWERS.
Tennessee Clothing Depot, Market street, opposite Union
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. L. P.
L. POWERS' CLOTHING EHPOSIUcI.
On Market Street, a few doors from Wells' Drug Store.
IS just in receipt, and have on hand a superior lot of Gen
tlemen's nnd Youth's CLOTHING, which is offered for
sale on terms that will bo perfectly satisfactory. This es
tablishment is determined to furnish every article requi
site to adorn the outer man and make him an object of ad
miration to his friends, and give him a passport amongst the
"bon ton." In addition to the above is kept on hand the
lajaststrle of Hats and Caps, with a largo assortment of
Trunks," Valises, Ac jan20.
' ANDTj. DUNCAN.
A ITCTIOX AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WHOLESALE Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Umbrellas, Domestic manufactures and merchandise
generally, will give prompt and undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
And. J. Duncan 1ms in store a lnrge stock of ribbon bound
Bail Ulaukets, Birth and Cradle Blankets, heavy white Mack
imw Blankets, Blanket Coating, Beaver, Pilot and Felting
Cloths, Georgia Kerseys and" Linseys, Clotlis, Cussimei-cs
aud Sattinctt5, Flannels, Ac.
Fashionable Angola and Kossuth nats, Boots, Shoes, Ac,
Stc Ateo, A laigc lot of Oznaburgs, Drillings, Brown
Muslins, mid a general stock of goods, which I will sell very
low to close consignments.
jan5 . AND. J. DUNCAN.
L. A. LAXIEIL. K. LANIEK.
LANIER & BROTHER,
"WHOLES A L E GROCERS,
Commission ami Forwarding Merchants,
And dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Market Street. Nashville.
HAVE this day associated with me in the Grocery Uusi-
llmtlin. T. A T nnior nnitpr thn iilim-fi stvlp. I
hope all those indebted to me will call aud settle their notes
aim accounts wimout lunner ueiay. . uxiuiv. ,
.fep3 b w a 0
VXVHISKY i WHISKY ! I 20 ban-els Rowlcsj
V V fine Robertson county Whisky, just received and for
ale by j:ml3 STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
RAMAGE & CHURCH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
WE are again in receipt of a large assorted stock of
Roots, Shoes, and Brogans, direct from the
mauufactarr; Ladies' Jlisscs and Children's fine Gaiters,
Boots, Excellors, Slippers and Paris Ties of every descrip
tion; Gents superior Calf WatciProof D..S. Boots, super
fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Boots; Walking
Shoes Oxford Tics, Patent Leather and Congress Cloth Gai
ters; Boys' and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogans; Over Shoes
for Men, Women and Children, and Cork Soles, Ac, Ac
We ask mcrcliantsand planters to examine our stock. W e
give bargains tor cish. RAMAGE A CHURCH.
ROGANS Home made Brogans, and No. 1 Eastern
Brogans; mud and kip Jg3
Ir.w for cash. dec2 w RAMAG- & C-UKCH.
" 4 MORE PIANO FORTES. . .
WAT. n. GREENFIELD A CO.. hare just received
. another lot of those unrivalled PLN0S, made by J
B. Dunham and Adam, Stodart & Co., which will be sol p
very cheap for caslu "ec2
HOTEL AND BOARDING HOUSE
OM-ntr of Summer and J leader ick Streets, AashviUe, lenn
HAVING taken "charge of the large and commo--diwtshouso
above, formerly occupid by Mr. H.y
uc r ,sii n,i,inr (o mvc entire satisfaction to-"
the bewrdingand traveling pubhc Persons from the
try on visits Tor business in the city will find my house com
fortable and conveniently situated. .My intention is to keep
a hoite for the accommodation of private boarders m the ci
ty. I hope to merit the patronage of the public genei ral ly.
My prices will be very moderate. D. R. DA ILLb.
TRESERVES, PICKLES, &c-mhav enow on
X. JiandalargosupplyofPreservca, Jellies, Piclde3,Sauco,
Ac. jan25 R. & J. iNiAUJM.
ists, tiliavinp, Ulothes, bteucii, uameis anu uaugi
! Sweeping, hite Wash, Popes Eye, (for cleaning u
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1851, by
J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D in the Clerk's Office of the
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
GREAT CURE TOR DYSPEPSIA! ANOTHER SCIEN
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC JUICE,
TREPARED from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomnch of the
I Ox, alter the directions ot Uaron iemg, me - ,
riologieal Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, -M. D., PiuladelpJua,
Penn. . .
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, liyspcp
sia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint, Consumption and Debility,
curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own Agent,
tho Gastric Juice. , . .
Half atea-spoonfal of Pepsin, Infused in water, will digest
or dissolve five pounds of roust beef in about two hours, out
of the stomach. ... . . . r4v,
Pepsin is the chief element or digestmgpnncipleof the
Gastric Juice-the solvent of the food, PS.I""
serving and stimulating agent of the stomach and Unes.
It is extracted from the digestive stomach of the Ox thus
formingan artificial digestive fluid precisely like he natural
Gastric Juice feits chemical powers, and furnis hing a com
plete and perfect substitute for iU By the aid ot this prepa
ration; the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsnt . re
removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It is
dTngwondersfor cfyspeptics, 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, analagous to the Gastric Juice, may be prepared from
the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Ox, m whic h
various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digaeted, just in the same manner as they would
1 DProiraln fiffatits treatise on "Food and Diet,
pubHshed b' Fowler A Wells, New York , P,gc 25, states
thesamegatfact, and describes the method ol pieparation.
There arc few higiier authorities than Dr. 1 "era.
l)n Combe, in his valuable writings on the -Physmlogj'
of Digestion," observes that " a diminution of the due quan
tity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and all-prevailmg
cause of Dyspepsia: M and ho" states that'" a d.s mgiushed
professor of medicine in London, who was severely afllicied
with this complaint, finding every thing else to fail, h,o sip
course to the G.istricMuicc, obtamed lrpm 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
stom'achs of animals, macerated in water, impart to the fluid
the property of dissolving vanous articles of food, audof 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
Bhmchard, Philadelphia, ltM, pp.. 321-2.) says: 'The dis
covery of Pepsin forms a new era in the chemical history ol
digestion. From recent experiments we know that food is
dissolved as rapidly in an artificial digestivo fluid, prepared
from Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself.'
Professor Dnnc;lison, 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
fect I v 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, iu his "Text Book of
Chemistry," page 8t, says: "Ithas been aquestion whether
artificial digestioucould be performed but it is now univer
sally admitted that it may be." ,., . .
Dr. Carpentcr'sstandard work on Physiology, which is in
the library of every physician, and is used as a text-book in
sdl the colleges, is "full of evidence similar to the above, re
specting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the
fact that it may be readily separated from the stomach of the
calf or ox, and used for experiments in artificial digestion, or
as a remedy for diseases ot the stomach, and deficient secre
tion of the Gastric Juice ,
All modem works on Chemistry, Materia Mcdica and Phy
siology, and all good Medical Dictionaries, describe the char
acter and properties of Pepsin, and state many interesting
details respecting it. . - . . T .
The fact thatan Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice,
perfectly resembling tho 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 aire of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally does such a use suggest itself to the
m As a Dvspcpsia Cttrer, Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous effects, in cases of Debility,
Emaciation, Nervous Decline, aud Dyspeptic Consumption.
It is impossible to give tho dotails of cases in the limits of
this advertisement; but authenticated certificates have been
given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in Phil
adelphia, New York and Boston alone. These were nearly all
desperate cases, and the cures were not only rapid and won
derful, but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly usclul for
tendency to Bilious Disorder, Liver Complaint, Fever and
A-ue, or badlv treated Fever and Ague, aud the evil effects
otQuininc 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 health
Old Stomach Complaints. There is no form of
Old Stomach Com plaints which it does not seem to reach and
remove at once. No matter how bad it may be, 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 aud
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, .
and in prescription vials for the use of physicians.
Private Circulars for the use of physicians; may be
obtained of Dr. J. S- Houghton, or his agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and 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
use by physicians in "respectable standing and regular prac
tice. Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Pepsin in Powder sent by mail free of postage. For
convenience of sending to all parts of tho country, the Di
gestive Matter of Pepsin is put up in the form of Powder,
with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient. These
Powders contain just the same matter as the Bottles, and
will be sent bv mail, free of postage, for One Dollak sent
(postpaid) to Dr. J. S. nOUGlITOxN, SI. D., Philadelphia,
Please Observe This ! Every Bottle of the Genuine
Pepsin bears tho written signature of J. S. HOUGHTON,
SI D., Sole Proprietor, Philadelphia, Penn.
3f Sold bv all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Wholesale aud Rctaif Agents, for Nashville,
J. SI. ZIMERMAN,
W. W. BERRY,
II. G. SCOVEL.
SIunFnF.F.sBono' Binf'ord A SIcDermott; Franklin
E. G. Clouston ; Clahksville Thomas A Warfield; Fulas
kiW. T. Plnmmer, Dr. W. Batte A Bro.
jyl0'52 dtnv 12m
IN CHANCERY AT CARTHAGE.
James SI. Condit and wife, Mary A.
lP!li;m T TTnrrv nnd others.
ON motion and it appearing to the undersigned, Clerk
and Master, that Wm. P. Harvy is a non-resident of
the Slate of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered that an order
ofpublicition be made for three successivce weeks, in the
Nashville Union, a paper published in the city of Nashville,
requiring the said Wm. P. Harvy to appecr at the court
house in the town of Carthage, on the second Slouday in
February next, then and there to plead, answerer demur to
Complainants Bill and in default thereof, eaid Bill will be
taken for confessed and set for hearing, cx-part as to him.
jan 17 w3w A. SIOORE, C. A SI.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
flltliin one mite of the Square of Nawviue,
I WILL sell my Tract of Land, lying immediately on the
river, one mile from the 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 fanning purposes it cannot be surpassed by any land
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, com 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 nec
essary improvements, fine observatory stands, large, com
modions dining rooms, gaming rooms, Ac; indeed, every,
convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course
and for tliat particular purpose, commands more advantage
than any other place in 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, ashvlIIo
Tenn octl-wtf LYSANDER McGVAOCK.
A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOR SALE,
ON the West fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford county.
Tennessee, containing C40 acres. The land is of very
superior quality, yieldingheavy crops of cotton, well adapt
ed to grass and grain of all kinds is within three' miles of
the Nashvillo and Chattanooga Railroad, near a goodtur
pike has good spring and stock water in abundance a
comfortable weatlicr-boarded dwelling with good out-houscs,
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 Slajor John W
C&TariIUrfreCSb010' HENRY J. WILLLiSIS.
T7OUR THOUSAND DOLLARS
H-Y,rrrr T7TTnVTTrTRR. PIANOS.
rrr-Ti . ' itJt i i ,o lr thoir Minn.
PRICES. Having auoeu iwo uuge -----
lishment, and blended the stock of Greenfield, Curry A to
with theirs, making it the largest and best stock erer offered
in this market, anf as they are determined to sell,great bar-
if Pj- !
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class. Biaclacixhl, still under the fatherly care of Christo
pher North, maintains its ancient celebrity, and is, at this
time, unusually attractive, from the serial works of Bulwer
and other literaiy notables, written for that magazine, and
first appearing in its columns both in Great Britain and in
the United States. Such vr.ks as "The Caxtons" and "Sly
New Novel," riioth by Bulwer.) "The Green Hand," "Katje
Stewart," and other serials, of which numerous rival editions
aie. issued by the leading publishers in this country, have to
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that Subscribers to the Reprint of that Slagazine may al
ways rely on having the earliost j ending of these fascinating
Papneni to le made in all cants advance. Money cur
rent in the Stttts lekere issued trill be received at ar.
Clubbing. A discount of twenty-five per cent, from
the above prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering four or
more copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus:
Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to
one address for $9; four copies of the four Reviews and
Blackwood for 80; and soon.
Reduced Postage. The following tabic will show
the great reduction which has been made ou these Periodi
cals since 1844, and the very' trifling rates now charged.
For any one of the four Reviews. .
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From "1845 to 1851,
on a Review
on n Re.riew .
In 1851-52 (average rate)
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ceiving tlie works bv mail, and thu3 ensuring their speedy,"
safe and regular deliver'.
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addressed, post-paid, to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT A CO.,
79 Fulton Street, (Entrance 54 Gold street,)
N. B. L. S. A Co. have recently published, and have
now for sale, the " FARMER'S GUIDE," by Henry Ste
phens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Norton of Yale.ColIege, New
Haven, complete in 2 vols., royal oclavo, containing 1800
pages, 14 steel and 600 wood engravings. Price, in muslin
binding, ; in paper covers, for the mail, $5.
jgT Ihis work soT the old "Rook of the Farm." lately
resuscitated (titdthroKii vjm,the market.
January 1, 153.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Boxes Stubblefield's uold Leaf Tobacco;
30 " Gov. Jones' " "
50 " Henry's Ky. ."v ' .
50 " John'Anderson A Co.'s Smoking Tobacco,
10 Cases Scotch Snutfin Bottles; .
5 " Napoleon Cigars Regalias; "
5 ' LaNational " "
5 " AVandering Jew " "
2 " Cathedral " "
2 " Slarianas
2 " lALuna
2 " 1. Flor
18 " Cheival
In store and for sale by
W. IL GORDON A CO.."
17R SHE A RRI VAL .Just received a large supply
lird Oil, Surgical Instrument?,
Window Glass, Ac, Ac; and for sale low wholesale
and retail by J. SI. ZIMMERMAN,
nov 23 Sign of Lion and Slortar, Slarket street.
J. H. CURREY, CABINET MAICER AND FUNERAL
S now furntshod with good workmen
and well seasoned material to make
to order nil kinds of furniture at short no
tice. REPAIRING done in the best style and upon very
lean have furniture moved in a firsratc car, and by care
ful hands when called upon. Persons having turning to do,
will find it to their interest to give me a call, as I have a
firstratc Lathe and turner.
Undertaking Collins or every description, always on
hand, which will" be furnished at prices a good deal lower
than heretofore furnished in this city. I will give my per
sonal attention to funerals both in the city any country, with
n-ood hearses, gentle horFCS and careful drivers. All orders
feft at my sales room on College street, opposite theSewanee
House or at my shop near the Depot, will he punctually at
tended to. Slvt-clf or clerk can always be found at the store,
ready to wait on customers, both night and day. nov25
"WADE & BUTCHER" RAZORS.
-rrTE have anew stock of RAZORS, from the celebrated
W makers "Wade A Butcher," of assorted .patcrns; al
solWosfenholm's and Rogers A Son's Razors, all of which
we truaranteo to the purchaser,
dcii 1 FALL A CUNNINGHAM
rcMXV. SOUTH NASiiVlljLiJU 1' tillttiJi u Jtjs
S SIANUFACS1URING C03IPANY, are now offeringi
"wsnlcndid assortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur
niture at their Depot ou Market street, Thomas' g
s-lJfelnew buildinsr, (between Union Hall and thefcs
Square,) which they oUer at prices to sun purcnasers, i
;aigs . ' . . . . .. . i
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give satisfac
tion to purchasers-work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to with despatch. R- 1L GR00SIS, Pres't,
W. L. Nance. Scc'y t-u
ATE ARRIVALS. 120 bags Buck Wheat Fiour;
350 kegs Nails, assorted;
10 ke Golden. Syrup; 100 boxes Star Candles;
10 bbfs Slolasses; 50 do Tallow do;
10 U do. do; 10 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 bbls extra St. Louis Flour; 10 do Crushed do.
All of which will be sold cheap for cash.
ianG ' - SASISEAY.
ill Jl Atix j- A
-A few drums fine Smyrna Figs
d!5 R. A J. NIXON.
just received by
KAHAT-EE-LOKOOJI. A iresn suppiyoi tni3
delightful article, just received by
jal,25 R. & J.NLXO.
C RACKNEL BUISCU1T. 100 boxes Cracknel
Buiscuit, just received by
jan25 It. AJ. NLON.
IIA3IPAGNE. 50 baskets Champagne of the best
brands, in store and for sale by
jan23 R. A J. NIXON.
CASH1 CASHSl "...
W" NTED at the South Nashvillo Furniture Factory, of
good SEASONED LUSIBER :
100,000 feet of IKinch Walnut Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do ;do;
50,000 do 2 do do do ..do.;.i m
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, S feet long.A" 5 &i.Q in. sq re;
100,000 do Cherry do do.. . iM'ttl
100,000 do 1)4 inch Cherry Plank wido;H rr
50,000 do do do .. ..;;.,d9;,.,. ' i
50,000 O.0 UO au . uu, t
50,000 do Ash, ranging from.l to 5 in thick wide "
Also; Poplar of all sizes used for C"'.r'" - i
which Cath will bo paid on deliver..
fair pnees will bo given in cash. A
HOLSTERS. None but good workrr
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AFFLICTED HEAD 1
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15
years ago by DR. KLNKELLN. The oldest, surest and
best hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin,
and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN, N. W. cor
ner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine,
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 solitade, growing up with
the boy to manhood, and which, if Hot abandoned in due
time, not only begets serious obstacle to matrimonial hap
piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious, and
devastating afibelioBS. Few of those who indulge in this
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they
lind the nervous srstom is. shattered, feel strange and uu
accountable feelines, vague fears in the mind. The individ-
ual becomes leeme, ne is umoie to iaDor wim aceusiourcu j
vigor, or to apply his niiud. to study; hiesfep is tardy and
weak, he is dull and irresolute, tbe countenance is downcast, I
the eyes without natural iMsirc, snaine eaness us appareui.
These or sttmptotas which iiiauld auhlev ths aUtntion of
ih,ie timilttrly atfKeted.
If the vietim 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
j emancWe himself before (be practice has done its worst,
and enter matrknony, his marriage is unfruiifiil, and his
i senses tell him mat tfiiais caused br ms early follies.
1 Too many think thoy will hug the secret to their own
! hearts and care themselves. Alas! bow ollMi is Una a fatal
' delusion, aud how many promising youth, who might hzv
I been an ornament to Society, has faded from th earth!
Young Men! Cot do Mae modesty deter you from
making vour case "known to one-who, from education and re
; speetibil! tv, can alone beMehdyoo. Je jKhcplnees hHoseh
1 under DR". KINKELIN tre-tmeut, may rabgioHsly ooafidtt
' his honor as a geutlama-, and in whoe bfMtB will be
orever locked theecratel" the patient.
Country Invalids. Fimhng it rocoavenient to make
personal appliatk, cau, by ftMiog their case expKeMy, to
; gether with all lheh-MBptQi, (ptr letter post paid,ilave
forwarded to them a cbem eumuning Dr. K.'s medicines,
' approriatet ad-oriiiigly, ami fcj cured at home.
' Strictures of the nreihra, mess and constitutional d
' bility, roeipuy cured, and fall vigor restored. AH fetters
j A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, postpaid, aJ
; dressod to Dr. Einkettn, Philadelpliia, will secure his book
t on th Secret Infirmities f Youth. juneT wly
1 T AUNDICE. DjpepsiaClmmfcwNes-osDtbiKlT, l)i6
' rj eates of tbe Kidneys, and all d8 arising from a
1 disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Comtiipaliou. Inward
; Pil?, FiiMnessc, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stom
I ach, Natista, Heartburn, Disgust far Food, Fufinesor Weight
1 iu tbe Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimniingof the ll.ewl, Hun-ted and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at tlie heart. Choking or Suf
focating, Sensations when in a K ing lostwe. Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webbtfre tbe Sight, Fever and DuH Pain
in tlie Head. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eves, Pam'm the Side, Back, Chest, limbs etc,
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning iu the Flesh, Constant, Im
aginings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits, can be ef
fectually cured bv
Dr. JIooflniidN Celebrated German Bitters,
Prepared by Dr. C. SI. JACKSON, at tbe German Modiente
Store, 130 Arch street, Pluiadi'lphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if
oqualetl, bv anv otlier pnparaton hv the United fcftates, as
the cures attest, in nwny cases alter skUMtil jAysieiana had
failed. . .....
j ThesoBittiars are wcrthy the attention of invalids, pos
, sesning great virtues in the lectincsrion of diseases of the
liver and lesser glands, eaereiamc the most searching- pow-
ers iu weakne.s and affections of the digestive organs, they
j are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
i . BEAD AND BE CONVINCED.
From the "Boston Bee."
I The editor said, Dec 22d :
1 Dr. IIooilan"i's Celebrated Gck-ax Bittebs, ibr the cure
' of Liver Complaint, .Jaundice, Dyspepsia, CKranie or N
j vous Debility, is deservedly one of the muet pofwlar. iiiedt
! cinea of tho day. Thee Hitters hare been used by- tbou
! sands, and a friend at our elbow saya lie has liMin-eh re
i ceivud an effectual and permaet ewe of lirer cH4ajnt
fiom tlie use of this remedy. T e are couriuced that, hi the
use of thefe bitters, the patient constantly gains strength
I and vigor a fact worthy ol great consideiatiou. They are
r pleasant in taste and smell, and can be used by persons with
i tlie most delicate stomachs with su&ty, under any ciremn
! stances. We are speaking trooi experience, and to the af
flicted we advise their use.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the best literary papers pub
ished; snkl, Aug."2!Hb:
"Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters manufactured by Dr.
Jackson, are now recommended by some of the most prom
inent members of tbe faculty; an an article of much efficacy
in cases of Female weakness. As snch is the ce, we wookl
advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save them
selves much sickness. Persons of debilitated constitution
will find these bitters advantageous to their health, as we
know from experience tlie salutary erfieet they have on weak
HI ore Evidence The Hon. C. D. Hiaetme, Sfayor of
the city of Camden, N. J.,jays:
"HooruNn's Guuctx Hmm "We liave see many flat
tering notices of thie uiadipine, and. the source from whkh
thev came induced us to make innuirr tsnectin its merits.
I From inquiiy we were persuaded to use it, and muH say
' that we found it Specific in its action upon diseases of the
: liver ami digestive oigaits, and the infiveucc it exerts upon
nervous probtratUMi i really snrptising. It cahns and
' strengthens the nerve, making sleep refreshing
"If this medicine was more generally used, we are satis
J fied there would be kws sicklies, as from this fctomaeb, liTtr
ami nervous system trie great majority ot real and imagina
ry diseases emanate. Itave them in a healthy condition,
and yot can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extra
ordinary medicine we would advise our Mends who are at
nil-indisposed, to give a trial: it will reeetnmend itself. It
should, iu fact, be in every family. No otlier medicine can
produce such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (liko the fore
going,) from all sections of the Union, tbe last three years,
nnd the stongest testimony in its favor, is, that there is more
of it used in tlie practice of the regular physicians sf 1'hiln
delphia, than all other nostrums combined a fact that can
easily be estabiislied, and fully proving that a scientific prep
aration will meet with their quiet approval when precedent
even in this form.
That this medicine will cure liver complaint and dyspept
sia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts ape
citi cully upon the stomach and liven it is preferable to calo
mel in MlUimts diseates; the effect is immediate. They can
be administered to female or infant with safety and reliable
benefit at any time.
LOOK WELL TO THK MARKS OF THE OKXCINE.
They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON up
on the wrapper, and his name blown iu the bottle without
which tlwy are spuriows.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at the GERMAN SIEDI
CINE STORE, No. 129 Arch street, one door below Sixth,
Philadelpliia; and by respectable dealers generally thiough
out the country.
PRICES REDUCED. To enable all classes of invalids to
enjoy the advantage of their great restorative powers. Sin
gle bottle 75 cents. -
Also for sale by W. W. BERRY,
EWIN, BROWN A CO.
CARTWRIGUT A ARMSTRONG,
H: G. SCOVEL.
Druggist Nashville, Tenn.
And by Druggist every where.
Wholeiulg Agents for Kentucky and Tennessee,
' SUTCLIFFE, SlcALLISTER A CO.,
juno5 eowly. Lotrisville, Ky.
DR. ARNOLD'S UNION PILLS.
Gkken Hill, Tenn., January 19, 1852.
Dr. Aiinold Dbau Sib I consider it but an act of jus
tice to yourself and the ootmnunjty, to stato to you the very
great benefit 1 have received irom tlie use. of your Union
Pills. Having been for quita a number of years, greatly
troubled witli uispepsia, and constipation of tho bowels; at
times alarming me greatly, I used etery other remedy, al
most that I c er read or head of for the disease, all without
the least beneficial effect. I had almost come to the belief,
tliat it was useless to try auy more; as I labored under
great debility, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak
ing the diiTerent Pill, medicine, Ac.; but on hearing my
noighbors 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 1 was satisfied it was the medicine
for inc I have not yet used quite one vial, and can now say
to von with the utmost pleawu, that I have not for tho last
ten vears felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I liavc
since commencing the use of your Pius. I would take no
sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my family have ued them with the same happy
cfFect. At times some of tbe negroes have had symptoms
of fever at tlie first complaint! have given them one or
two Pills, and never had to repeat the dose but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines wed by. my family,
have had the most liappy elkct. I shall always keep a sup
ply of your Pills on hand, and 1 think that no one, labqring
as'I have undergreat debility and dyspepsia, with all thei
evil consequences, but what would, after a use of your med
idinos, join me in saying the same of them.
Re?Tcrfuny W W Sf ASTERS0N-
For Sale at the Drug Stores of ZD1ER5IAN, T.WELLS,
BEECH, FLEJLMING A CO., and BOURNE'S
BELNG the sole owner of House's Celebrated Sledicines,
consisting of Indinn Tonic, Pile Ointment, Tetter Cer
ate and Pills, now in tho hands of local agents in tho State of
Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia. Inner
to sell tlie 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 rates than thev havw
evei Jcen sold in. this market. A large discount vibe al
lowed, to those who buy to sell agdin. SI. BUUHjSb,
jano-r-wU'. Oijposite Trucking Office
Nashville, June 2, 1851.
- This is to. certify that SI Bourne is nry authorized Agent
to sell and put out. om commission Gray s Invaluable Omt-ment,-in-.
theiStatKofyTennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and
North Garolinh. . No Oinuxsnt iagenuine unless it bears tho
written.: signature, of Wm, F Gray upon the outside label of
tho box; and all who wish the genuine must see?4 hat it is
written Before, theybuy, .as flr; ase base imitations out.
Beware of-. - -(Wvlfflg 1 he put up by W W Gray.
i tie seen oy ciosc inspecuuu.
losition get the ointment jmt
iii1 ". r
RUflISrrOf Solo Leather; Rus
litnti t3. Vriwrt.rpf1hor Tmnks. Valeces.
pledge 4heirs Sa'chiflA-constantiy on hand at tho
. . - i , - KASLAGb & tlttjiiuiu
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THOSE AFFLICTED.
THE subscriber respecuullv announ
ces to the citizens of Nashville, and
the public generally, that he has located
rprmnnentfv in this city, and that he will
devote his attention to the alleviation ef tJ
hv eurinc Rbeu.r
maflcm Hnrti ftnnl.-ia. CotI57BS Catt-r
cers. Piles, Sore Eyes, Scrofula, Diseases!
ot tlie SKin, uiarrnoea, anu orain,ic-r
males suffering with irregularities,, Bcr-t
. .-.u:i: . 1. nfimw.l
YOusnus uuu uoujuuj, t uc y""
Disease of a peculiar character Iguar-
antee to remove in a few ttavs radically,
-.i . cr- 1. 1 . " .- - K
wunout uiicufitc ui . ueteteriuiat jfcui
T'fititmts woBhi sTe much lima
and money, tosav nothieg of anxiety of
mind, by giving him a call.
Invalids from any section of the country, l.y aducswrgft
letter, stating the symptoms and enclosu g ;i -. 11 hHT
advice and mediews sent totV-m with bill ' -ic tn 'i.
The subscriber wi&kes it dSstinctly unUi-'t: ttiat
above euros ate eflected wktawttite ue it y'-"VA?-.(
cureiscntiiely dopendent eu the use of nxt--, a.xorau g ir
. 1 T 1 . .
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,e cm . 1 1
... ..J... 11 f .JL. I ! I'Rfi Mi'
anv wiett to oe unoec urn ihkvwi s i , .
direction, they can eme in, ad no p-' e ' u u
to render them cotnferiabfe aad in afieet 1t c it.
For particulars, my reJars f rJ! L.
Indian Botanio Doctor, Office on Mwk street, third Ucor
from tint Square, East aide fegn oCtix I-duus-
To the E.litws f te Nasfc-ffie Unionc GcnttoKW ,- l-y
iuibnhiurth tbltowwg you willrcecb oblige BReand ce . e
a favor owWBatiig .humaiulT. It is but justice to tie i .o
lio (bat the virtue of Mitchell's Indian liheun.atic tin; ct
lafty to three afflict el wuli that pamlul disease caheil I
invtism. Ihave-becn suflerirg ih tr.at iiset?e m "-j
two years. 1 haveapplied to nmnetous physic ?r..,a:-n
A-arious remedies. iec-mended to cute it, lut cnly U i a
temporary relief and almost in despair rf ever eenn g en
tirely cured-, but hearing of MHcbtir lndiia.Uiw.-i c
Extract, for sometime, I was not willing to trytt, s 1 ra e
srent so imteh moner, and all to ao purpose ; I ut st rg
a card m vow paper of Dr. Mitchclfs arrival bete, I it 1 1 a r
him, when he caileil on me and assured me fcewwiW c ect
n n.'fiin itiSA ni hv oertiCcatcP rVrm hi&Aj re-', i "
bte ptwsoJis in Inisvi!le, stane of whraa c T C;i?cr:" :
lo Ke, that got well by the nseof hisExuatt, h.el .i i
me to give it a trial; and I takepkaMtte in staitfg. U f
tho uw of tirn KutiU T nm MitireW terieved. rel:c .i k
imty incumbent upon we to reconimertd in the'Mrcrget : i r
a medkine which I believe has no equal m the cure c t :
ataavssiDS disease T..T1tT.
Yours, resrectrully. -- MoJTfS ,
PoWie Sqiare, d deer fMm the ew Lr. ge.
ANOTHER IIPORTA2t CUKE
B YXITVHEL L S INDIA NX' f
Eoceni--. (aear Nashvilfe, May V, 1 - -! -
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir.- I pkasBMt m atat .i c o
vo, aiul for the lwtit of tbe puttie, tkat ;1l''',,, i ' '
kd of tifieen vears,", who been eS icted wh n u -matismi,
tor some tur.e, in fine of hi knees en Dr ' t
having tried various remedies, all t th Hd rr
proved usel, I was almost m dwra'r ifcrt 1 e evtr v I
be aayihiug but a eripple for the reft of hir.fj e ' -of
his hu Urate. But hearipg that x. J-W'.
old resident of Nwhvillo, had been cured oyU-et.se r
ExU'bcI, induced ate to try it for my broth, ar.d ta v-y . t
astonishment, by the use of one bottle he has tega n : 1
ijsoof hisliii)bt,amlfoentihfrrtjf allpein. Ltfcfiu
feel in duty bound, after having tested a r-ei'.ewf t t
must be of"i much use to tfcos afflicted with tf is ; - -ful
iheease, to, tutsuKeitsd, ptbficry rectimend U as a . .. .
tain cure. ,k ....,,
Iteneetfally, vows, 0. B- TALLIN
N. B. Pers-its wishmg te wwaVrwith me, ean .
by calling at my residence, Spring street, Edgetekl,
Davidsot CorxTT, Ten., July "v "" ; " "
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear. Sia; I feel i t dWy to tki r. -odge
to the alHictwl, the benefit I have receive from
Indian Rheumatic Extracts. I have bee sunerirg
Rheumatism in my hips for sotre time.. I was cndi ; c
ticatment uf a phvwcian considered a good o-e, who ' !-: ' r
that he conk! not' effect a cme on me. Heanrf rf th : '
tract eftecting!omanv cures in tlie city of '.lviu, :u: .
me to try it; and 1 hike pleasure in stating that the ii- i f
Mil of voor Extract has given aiegeat refrf. l"i
sider it very valuable remedy for what it htreeumwe. -Au,
twrlkularly for Rheum-lism. .-TT-,-1
Your, respectfully, D. BRINK LEI .
Nasvuax. Tenn., July 31, 1 -
To the Editors of the Union: Deemmrrt my dat v t.
mililif! and Mreeiallv to tbosw afflicted with Rfceuniali-'. .
1 Iiave been reheve4 bv Mitchell's Indian Rhetm atic h . .
I have been afflicted for a number .f yeais. and apr lit .i
number of physicians for relief, hut m vain. 1 al-o u
ditlerent remedies reeommendeil for Rbeun tin. but 1. 1
tiutm all in Im huiabu-a. HeariS- of Dr. Mi.'dH's I: '
Rheumatic Extract, fealled on the Dot-tor, ai d he a.-.-me
I could be cured. Having !pent so mnch mom-;,
fbwftd no relief, I concluded to be humbugged no n.( '
told the Doctor I would ghrehtm a ccrtam um if le v.
effect a cure. The Doctor took my case and furnil.o!
with medicines: I follweI hi directiors; and I ar
happy to state, after the use of two bottle f hiacxirst;.
: : 1
twoot nis moon puntyiBK reniTOy, i -m umubi n- -As
an act of justice to Dr. Mitchell, I tafceth mrtferd . ! ru
(XHUiiKMidirig it to lham who are aimdarry athkted, a :
tain remedv for Rheumatism.
Yours, tespectroHy, JO. L. RYAN
JasKout Qonmr, Ten-, May e, l
To all afflicted with Uhenmatism, the ma tttifr'ol ..: !
anuoying of diseases in the whole catalogue of biarTai - -fbring,
I w cmM mr, apply to Dr. Miteheli, or bi A g( : r
some of his invaluable Indian Kfieuvatie Fxlr.ct; .v I
venture to-fsert you will not h h-mfcagged hut nt i i f
from vour MilTering. There i a great averniou to l ' . t
Medic-inert by tbe pnblic generally, as they lave leeu .
ten deceived; but this invaluable remedy is worthy a 1 1 .
and has, so far, proved effectual whenever tred. I . . I
give a brief statement of mv case, that those who have It -a
long afflicted may not yet despond while Dr. Siitthell sur
vives. Having been aflh'cted with tbe Worst of maladies for r re
tnaii sx tears', ocmg cotmnea h hit rwmi j
tho tiwcj ami luwbfc to lie by day "or night y jutnif' f
fened, my mueclea partially nesified, and so much emac r.-f-i
astoseeni more like an inhabitant of another wnrlri ll au
this. Having tried every Physician of any noreof wh. r. I
could hear, all proved "unsuccessful. I IjmI ent.reh
nairel of icoverv. exDedio- to spend Cnot eojv ) the ) : cf
the invalid, when I chanced to see an acceunt cf the w i
ful cures cfectiMl bv Dr. Mitchell's Iudian hleon etc
tract, I resolved to give it a fair trial. a I had all other ;
sieians wlio tried my case, notwithstanding it was a
medicine, in which I couhl exercise no; very strorg
wlten to my great surprise and satt-etioo, before i-- i
more than the short space of one mouth, it hs" teen -
arrested in its ravages ujkhi my system that I can am t :
ture to assert, though of long ataaditig, that it is entiich
pelted from its strong hold, though ni j afcntfy to aell !.
tied. Less than one month is a short tin c to rcute tn pi .
whlcli has been solely engaged in erect ii-g fortifcatiu
near seven years, I can aay to the an! vied try tor r
solves if you wish to ho in the vigor and full bloom f Le-Ui
again. Yours truly,
.F Sf. KTRIEi .
C. E. GRENVILI.E At CO.,
General Commiasion Merchant!, Chattanocgn, lern.
WILL pay-particular attention to sa of BUcon, Lard
and otlier articles of Welem pro. I use.
As they have a large and peraoa-l acquaintance, and d -rect
onrrespoudo-ce at most of the inipt.ram tow in Ce- r
gia, and part or South Caroliaaaml Xorttt AUuta, il.cy
will be enabled to dispose readily of tiw shore mcstluued
articles in season, and respectfully solicit nwmiupmei t
V. K. Stkvknsox, Esq., 1
SIokgax A Co., . XuiknSt.
A. J. Docan, ) '
Ir.dlkv, Wiio A Co., Stuiisvilb, Ala.
S1 AAA REWARD. I will pay tLcabovuiewurJ
JL, UUU to any parson or peiou?r ynt..,ui
above the market price, for one thousand L.nd Ww.;-,
of the denominatios of 1W, 80 and 4v acre. I will j ur -chase
single warrants ol either denominatiou.
R. II. BROt EW AY
Room over Oak Hall, oast side Public Squ-:Mdoor
soutlmi cio li.iti. Nashville. octl t ni--. .
THOMAS W. FLEMIHG,
CHAItLESTON, SOOTH: aVROLTNA
XTTLL receive consignments of COTTON, CORN, BA
VV CON, OATS, BUTTER, FEATHERS; A. His hu
sincss in Augusta, will be continued as heretofore under
his direction. . . , . .,
Refers to Hon. John P. Kixs, Pranucnt, Georgia Ka.i
road Company. II. W. Cownlr, Esq., President, fauuth Ca
rolina Raifroail Company.
P. S. Major Aiuistkad Wall is my General Agent m
Tennesseeand North Alabama. declft 2mdw
kRt DAVID Vr. YANDELL, oners his wots-
sional services to the citizens of Davidson ec'intv.
VALUABLE FARSI AND STILLS FOR SALS.
ACRES OF LAND in Robertson county, on too
c-..l ( V f Kirnr luru miift from TUT-
.T;it- j ti f, i'rrt Tt.imt. tncludiEcr ii com
fortahle dwelling houe. the necessary out bous. a vakablo
Saw and Grist Mill, a Distillery, a valuable Apple and I each
orchard and between four and five hundred acres of im
proved Land, being the plantation oceupvjd by Isaae Dortch
m his life time. . u.
I am authorized fo sell the same upon reasone - creU.,
well secured, possession will.be intmediateiy g.-uu e
sired: Apply at ClarksviUe to the imdersion-.L.
janll 4t n '
STRAYED from the subscriber, wro .
like,one mile and a half bew Naslivu
ty davs since, a SORREL COLT, jw
both hind feet while, a small star and
about UK hands high a natural ttafer,
I will pay a liberal reward for his aohyety tu
. C SUCll
iniormauon as wiu tuuiw --
JOHN S. BR1EN.
VkiamuI T)MniiiIuanrstinrt.. lr and t' f- . rU.
t i.-tl 1 .1 .' m...? rinfl nirrt it tl
Residence on the Gallatin Turnpike, four imles anu a r.air
irom Nashville, at the place formerly owned by the late Jo
siah Williams, Esq. nov2 d&wtfj