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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 19 January 1853

NASHVILLE UNION. m. c c. cnnnczL I mabuxg. CHURCH & MARLING, i'roprictors. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers :it the following rates: Single copies, one year inadyanc?. $2 .".I; witbH.flieyear$8 00; atthe end .of the year $4 0. Ctx BS-Of fire and npwnfa-$2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at iLc foregoing ift'e. The TRI-WEBKLY is pWfcd every Tuesday, Thursdy il SaimtUy, $3 fv annum id adnata; it not paid Sn ad van cat $6. T TlATT.V i,- nubUftiied mt Defers. -rTHK MONEY IN ALL CASES TO AGCOMIJANY SlB3CRIPTI0KS.S -.V Jt 'Umm of swb9optwR3 may be made'by rn.il at oar. r. t. o p ,per will be Mat aief tho Sifite unloM the order is v.c c j ipaukai witk the oMii. STEAMBOATS. ST. L0UB3 AND NASHVILLE WEEKLY PACKET r iLENDII) l'lwsengw Steamer, Alco- PSW' h mi, Cxrr. Jamw Iiw.l Tiiisfinc Ufigg1 5r vainer will ike the plnocof the V oft New- h3SS53 t f.i Lc'weeu Xli ville to St. Louis on the first rise ol water. Ji'j'.-rcntirelv new, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 19 January 1853

'-'--'---'----------"-''"'HHHLMHM THE DAILY UNION. JOHN L. KABLTNG, EDITOR. LBTTIiR FROM NEW MEXICO-STARTLIXG EXPO SITION. ' avifTA FK,2sTev Mexico, May 27, 18o-. Wit may bo well to promiM ttot I consider it certain -that acme radical ohao 5fl be made in U,e jpvernmentof ffiS o 1 that f jfe orfljo n even the pSbittj betieni-g- conditon of tlifcjeoPle. It would, therefore, to be a quw lion o;Jy s to time. ; ,V , I wfukl respectfully submit the Jt11owmfnrqject: Place the Territory" in the samel relation l the Government of the United States (lint it beid to ward the Mexican Government berdre the war. Withdraw ajl-the troops and civil -officers, and let the people elect their own civil s-ifncere, and con duct theirgovernment in their own way, under the general supervision of our own government. It wonkl probably assume a similar, form to the one wc found Tiere in 1S4G, viz : a civil government, but under the entire control of Use "Governor. This change would be highly gratifying to thi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 19 January 1853

Tin th c y at The n a The C . lie c inipa c St to B' til si H I r s fi 1. c c s J SPECIAL NOTICES. A Great DIessing to the Afflicted. Dr. M'Lane, tbc inventor of the celebrated Lirer Pills, used those Pills for several years in his practice, before he could be induced to offer them to the jwblic in such a manner as to make them known throughout the country. This learned physi cian felt Hie same repugnance that all high-minded men of science fed in eaieriflg the lists against those unscrupulous CT'piries who obtrude their useless no tmms upon the pub 1 p, rely upon a system of puffing to sustain them. C 'v. meed, however, of the real value oftiw Lirer Pills, and iutl K .iced by the pbH dictetesof duty, the Doctor finally s .criaced hfe delicate feeling on tlie altar of public good. Il.s great medicine Jim disappointed the expeclatioasof the medical practitioner, at wltose instance he was induced l. , f,.i ..,m iiia MiiiM(ioH& From every quarter do we tear the m.Tst gratiJyjflg ac...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 19 January 1853

. EWIN BROTHERS. , BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail Dracgista, Collos-e street, between Union nion and the Square, A L A NASHVILLE, M . . . -tit. i i Amen nairs ot as- sorted styles, receivea anuior-f BROTHERS ll.-1-nt fl-1. 1 TocircAspSafT; IT; .....- ll-f fin I: mr r'aodfbr sole by lueTnETs. novas .- .in.1z r T inffn-wl O-l- ."VlX. I T'ti r lerior quality; received aniflfpr sale by JUld f wPcnor q J' K-VlfflmOTIiBBS. , 7r:P C RD- SODA. -000 lbs. received .md for bale S by ' ' BW1K .mOTHEK CZT7x7m7tt K PIP T.. Art is sack! Black Pepper, n I VII III ii. ' "-"Ir" . K sscfes AHspice; 1 sacks Race Glnfter, loo isto .V-.i Pnm (.miinrl Ppimor. GillffBr. .Cloves and All- . Jrirue Ground Pepper, Oggg . iiwui pice, c, ,v- , 3. - nf-TTITTEAIi. &c 100 lbs. best Oochfficnl; 60 lbs. n OitKmo: W. xm; m BR0THERS. I T . j" rr--. . r 1 v 1... rlDStl Tiff i5 Alt. A lot of superior Cider Vine 5 rtvr niA-.inrr rpceircd and for sale by EWIN1 BROTHERS. no-fJ T.1VJ.OIT..-) baskets Olive Oil, oi quality,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 20 January 1853

33 the. NASHVILLE UNION. C. C CHURCH. JSO- L. UJKG. CHURCH & MARLING, l'roprietors. Tin wri'tri-V UNION" Is furnished to subscribers the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. t2 within theyear?8 00; at the end of the year $4 00. Cutis -Of five and upwards-S2 .00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the foregoing i a'es. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, udi n 1 Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if not pud in a Ivance, S5. Th3 D VILY is published at Eight Dollars. rJC-KlE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY -rifc.cRiPTioNs.5. Re Winces of subicriptions may be made iJyfmSl at our o r aprr will be sent out of the Stannlcsa the order is ac c;ipanied with the cash. , STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS AND NASHVILLE WEEKLY PACKET tj:i. be' ween .- i- - - , z Hciit entirely new, unsurpassed for speed and accommoda linns and every way adapted to the abovc.trade, for which s!.- lias been jmrchweod, a share of the travelling patron u" i...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 20 January 1853

THE DAILY UNION. JOHN L. HARLING, EDITOR. gSPWc find the following nice little soliloquy, by MilS Phebe Carey, in the January No. of the Christian-Parlor Jfagazine. It vra-5 easily ivritten wc presume, and yet it has a certain merit which the reader cannot fail to recognize. . NEARER HOME. - wsf OaaswestJy solemn thought Comes to me o'er and o'er, 1 am nearer home to-day Than Ihavecrer beaa before? - ss Nearer my Farthcr's hoaso Where the many mansions Nearer the great white thrbae," ' Neirer the jasper sea. Nearer thebound of life f. Where we lav our burdens down: Nearer leaving the cross Nearer gaining the crown. r -. lint lying darkly "between, : Winding down through the niirl tnc dim and unknown stream, i-. That leads at last to the light? " " Jk Come to the dark abysm ; IF' " Closer death to my lips ' Presses the awful chyram. '''PniTin rnCnnl ... i . . .Streairlhen the min-htofmr.fiJtlir . . tJ - "D . .J-J . -.-Lot me feel as I would when I'ltand On the rock of the shore of de...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 20 January 1853

- MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MEDICAL. SPECIAL NOTICES. A Great Blessing to the Afflicted. Dr. M'Lanc, the mveator of the celebrated Lirer Pills, used these Pills for several years in his practice, before he could be induced to offer them tn the public in such a manner as to make them known throughout the country. This learned physi cal felt the same repugnance that all high-minded men of scI-mcc feel in catering the lists against those unscrupulous c r.p.nes who obtrude their useless no trums upon the pub 1 1, an 1 rely upon a system of puffing to sustain them. (' n .i??i, however, of the real value ofthe Liver Pills, and j.'li-aced by the plain dictates of duty, the Doctor finally ., r..:ce 1 his delicate feelings on the altar of pub! c good. II ig-cat medicise has not disappointed the expectations of t j3 me heal practitioners, at whose instance he was induced tD forego his inclinations. From every quarter do wo hear the most gratifying accounts of it3 wonderful curative ef- fc...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 20 January 1853

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...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 21 January 1853

NASHVILLE UNION. m. c. c. cnuacn. I 'so. u maelixg. CHURCH & UIARLIN'J, I'roprietors. the WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribe the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. 50; within the year $3 00; at the end of iheyear S-i 00, Cuss-Of five and upwards S2 00 per copy for - one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for sixinontbs at tue foregoing rates. : Tiie TRI-WEEKLY is published even-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 55 per annum in advance; jpiot paid in advance, $0. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. CTTIIE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO A0COMTANY SUBSCUIPTIONS.3 . ; , Itemlttenccsofsutecriptions may be madjbylor o paper will be sent out of tblalc nflS the order is ac companied with the cash1'" STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS AND NASHVILLE WEEKLY PACKET s ?-. PLENDID Passenger Steamer, Aico- , ff"Ri This fine ' -li .-1... il...l.iMnrttiii XVofcl Voir f..TrT .1 II 1 l.L.L.ll ea-iier win u-e mi" - ton between asnviiie iu au uu .......... llci'nir entirely new, unsur...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 21 January 1853

1 I THE DAILY. UNION. NASHVILLE, TENN. f tr 't8 a- 0- JOHN" L. MABELNi?, pITOS. f?BOM HE.NT.T. ALF33D3 rOEKS. THE DEAD. " ' " "'The dead alone are gretX I ' While heavenly planis ab Wo on earth. The soil is one of dewle ilearlh; iJut when diej die, B-mBajlnshoB-r v ; Comes down and makes t6bir;metnone3 flower , WithodorsBivcet moasii ja;e. The dead alone are fair! While they are with sh-jsaga lmoj pUy . - Before our eyes, and caiscvay ' God's light; but let them pslcaaddio, - And swell the storea of mwhory . --There is no envy there.' The'dead alonBaredeari'.'' " Wishe they are here long shadow? fall . . ;f?ropi oarown forin?; and darken all; 'JJiilwhenthev-lcivem, airtthesli'ide" J - Is'rtuodour owtisod footsJgps made, , Admey ate bright and j&leir. - - f Tc dead alone are bleseS ' . tiYhe they ars here, cloudlirnar the day, i. .iAnjdHbHtcrsaorv-falls nip their May; Hut when the tempest-time is done, - 1 -"r&lighttiod heat of Heavca's own .sun Broods ca their land of rest. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 21 January 1853

MWKW"'?'' F- HAGAIST. JOHN YOEK&CO. MISCELLANEOUS " MESCAL. " SPECIAL NOTICES. A Great Blessing to the Afflicted. Dr. IVIfme, the inventor of the celebrated Liver Pills, used these Pills for several years in his practice, before he could be induced to offer them to the public in such a manner as to make them known throughout the country. This learned physi cian felt the same repugnance that all high-minded mon of science feel in entering the lists against those unscrupulous cmpiries who obtrude their useless no trums upon the pub lic, and rely upon a system of pulling to sustain thra. Convinced, however, of the real value of the Liver Pills, and inflaenced by the plain dictates of duty, the Doctor finally I icrlncel hb delicate feelings on the altar of public good. II.s great medicine has not disappointed the expectations of the m! lical practitioners, at whose instance he was indoced to foregj his inclinations. From every quarter do wehear the mast g.Mt'fing accounts of its won...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 21 January 1853

EWIN BROTHERS. vriiolcale and Itotau "raKKKnjn : . TTT , dDzea pairs of as- iVl sorted styles, received au J for saw. BROTHERS. "0r28- -rr --rrhricianS' Pocket Ca- OCKET CJW Pocket Cases or in- atrameuts E WIN BROTIIETS. ! ' - - 1 novr-o 21 p-TTTf'IBbTs. of LinSecd Oil;. "awKisgs HAD AM HL;-- Svcdand for alc.br Leadot super rVJN BROTlIEKb. ivi - : ' . " - 7 ' nt. J. TArtuvr ! niwv for sale by , r- OOcnTNKAiTr OlbS. 0 solutionof Mur. of Tin; forsalc by BROTHERS nov23 HI:, , ?(IDER VINEGAK.-A lot of tunerior Cider .m : O forpickling, received and finale bR0THBRa nov23 riilPEUIALTEA.- -75 bores Imperial Tea, of various 1 grades, some very fine, received jbr. mQjnms QATCIIELS.-A small lot of Bel jg Efgch Q clsjust received by EU LN LROiUhna. SitrT'T?T?e isoolbs Maccoboy Snuff in barrels and ufdln S and others Scotch Snuffs; ISO doffifciohSS? SrSL EWIN BROTHERS. BROWN'S ESSENCE GINGER.-W dozen in More and expected in a feu- days. This valuable and pleasant article is rapidly grawmgm publ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 22 January 1853

sJT2E P V " ' - i i mm . i i ,.,. . , , lMM f - NASHVILLE UNION. . c. c. cncncn. l. marling. CHURCH & MARLINS. Proprietors. THE WEEKLY UNION' Is furnished to subscrilwrs at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; within thcyearSS 00; atthc end of the year $4 00. CLUus-Of fire and upwards-$2 00 per copy 'or one yar. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at the forego!ng rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is publUhed every Tuesday, Tirarsday and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $G. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. j-THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIITION'S-JSS ' Rsrnittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at -our risk. o paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS AND NASHVILLE WEEKLY PACKET nipvnin ooncrpr Steamer. j1CO- O na,' Cait. James Miiabl This line Usgfegg Meamer win umi-v. ton between Nashville to St Louis on the first rise ot water....

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 22 January 1853

J Vs. f ,1 THE DAILY UNION. JOEff I). m"RLEI&r EDITOR. COFFEE nr miss, uabt l. lawso.v. -AH sing the praise of ruby nine . . Through crystal goblett flowing, -And murmur of dtc purple vine - 'Neath endless siunmcr,glosving " .Jlowwellit charirei dtehcait-ul waniB, . The soul in sunshine steeping - ' As beauty mirth, a hd Hopd's, bright bYrtii Lay chained withjn its keeping. - - Jfcjt 'liereforcgilfMlicicrapting drajgjif, AVhui stains theiip jihat praises I , Aiioetarfar iHOWjiure and street- Tlie wearied tyirraTsw ; , 'Twill tinge with Hjjm. care's, darkest night,'"' e Like some divine libation ; - 4 - Joy fills the eye aa&hearfa beat high' as-IJgncathitsinspiritien. ' '.-,1. - "It ripptes through tlip silver sjwul, . '.C In clear transparent china, . Draught fresh from off the sparkling hearth.. - f Br PhilKsor by Dinah. limr rich the scene when softly blent With cream, rich, thick and yellow, Who?e currents glidif in mingled tide Is pungent strength tomellow. - . . Itstirs...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 22 January 1853

T i 1 I w SPECIAL NOTICES. A'Grckt Blessing to the Alllictcd. Dr. M'Lane, th inventor of the celebrated Liver Pills, used these Pills for several years in his practice, before he could be induced to offer them to the public in such a manner as to make them known throughout the country. This learned pbysi ofcn.fiU the same repugnance that all high-minded men of Hsfeaoj! feel in entering tKe lists against those unscrupulous ommwa who obtruded ute no trams upon the pub lie, ud tfy upoa a Vn rf Iuffi& susUm hn. nlLi hoUrer, of .he real value of the Liver Pdfa, and iSSmSl by the phd dictate of duty, the Doctor finally twiUiH his delicate feelings on the altar of public good. modicioe has iurt disappointed the oxpectaUoesof Wmedical practitioners, at whose itwtanoi he was induced ' 16 foko h inclinations. Prom owry quarter do we hear tfccm&stgmtifriHg aeeeunta of s wonderful curative ef-feote-the Eistwidthe Wt, the North and the South, are aWM Wan with "tiding of great joy" from t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 22 January 1853

EWIN BROTHERS. EWHf BS0TEEE3. . . Wholesale and Kctail Druggists, College street, between Union and the square, A L A MEDICAL SADDLEBAGS.-l dozen pair of a sorted styles, received and Or BdebV BR0THERS nov23. nov23 w Ti WD OIL. 20Bblof Linseed Oil; 500 Kegs r i.5f Vuiyrior quality; received and for sale bv of aupen q J' EWIN BROTHERS. -i rrF. CARB. SODA. 5000 lbs. received and for sale $br "ygg EWIX BROTHERS. EPPER, SPICE, &c 15 sacks Black Pepper; C cacka Allspice; IS Sacks Race Ginger; 100 pounds Vutmew. Prime Ground Pepper, Ginzer, Cloves and A1I jpiccy&raalebj EWD? BROTHERS. COCHINEAL, &c 100 lbs. best Cochineal; CO lbs. solutionof Mur. of Tin; forsale by mvii EWIN BROTHERS. C- Si DEIt VINEGAR. A lot of superior Cider Vine j car. for pickling, received and for sale by nov:;t EWIN BROTHERS. OLIVE OIL 80 baskets Olive Oil, of good quality, , fi,r .le by E WIN BROTHERS. IMPERIAL TEA.- -75 boxes Imperial Tea, of various grades, some very fine, received by Dt,r2.3 EWIN BR...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 24 January 1853

NASHVILLE UNION. ii.cc cnonca. I - a"0- CHURCH & aTARLTN':. Proprietors. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, onejear inadn" $2 50; within theyear3 00; atthc end of the year $i W Clubs -Of five and upwards-82 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscriberswill be received for sue months at the forego ng rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every ay Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum m advanee; if not paid advance, 86. , . nt KiVht Dollars. The ail. i s i" " n.m , vv TTIIB MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACC02IPANY. Remittances of subscriptions may be mad, by mad at our risk. o paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with tbe cash. STEAMBOATS. ST LOUIS AND NASHVILLE "WEEKLY PACKET SPLENDID Passenger Steamer, Ale O- flg&j hi Capt. James Miller. This fine f' Swam'er'will take the place of the West New- ,,y5 tan between Nashville to St. Louis on the first nse ox water. Vein"-entirely new, unsurpawseu iui spew m ,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 24 January 1853

lfcv V Ml ' Ok-. - r-j?. e:i? THE DAILY UNION. s - -i-, - john- L. MARLING, EDITOR. niOM THE H.LrSTKArBI FAMILY FIUEm Of) tDV SHE SUNG, AND STILL SHE SINGS. kt,s smh& whither guitar r Sbooemlhe j-arefsoileiieri light, . Pjda, aitea watcher of Urn night; ' ' -. And the Ml mfm her glary shod,, . -In meltetv radiance all aitViuid, - - . WlrWelovc' soft fire, InjmoSc fed, Jir - i -' ' Th rifled 'eti- the" traiippirfogf ( ' 'The swl, within bar trembling lute, Wat but lite melody otsrjuiKl; '.Tho MinlmlM hrr breailvtoni'mti lonelier light lisjigs oulior-chcck,. - And thought sits throned upon Iicr firow;1-' . Iln looks of lore Her blue eyes speak, . - ' for truth ana feeling rfcit there mi v., , .1 -. . ' Jil'.vhjli4wiii(ff lovi), .... - : , ABtl-arlighLsMred6 0'er liorftrm: Ttrt . 'She secifwun angel hum above, '.' ; "Sent tkwti fo Cdm a risrng storm; -ti. Upon her Ijjhs the ft words hung, . - Aagestte btfc wonhl lmng bif flovf Sri; f And melody roHed from lieGngue,1? " Such as is h...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 24 January 1853

TOON & RUTLAND. VALUABLE BOOKS. HAGcA2f. JOHN YORK & CO. MEDICAL. SPECIAL NOTICES. Mcdical'Testimony cannot be Controverted. One of the moRfBiariling cases is narrated of pr. M"Lanc's Verwirojre by Dr. John Butler, of Lowdl, Trumbull County, Ohio. Tbe one was tbnt of a young lady vdio had been very skk for eifhl yfdrt, and liad consulted a number of physicians, wIk) had treated it as one of PmJapsoK Uteri. )r. Butler was then called in, ami & a Unw, believed witli liia pratteoeeeora that it was eaae of P4apws. He was, liowevar, soon forced to tbe coocluaiun that his patient was u-fTeriagfrotn worms, and after much pwmasiou, prevailed upon her to take two dose of Dr. M'LaneY Vermifuge. Tliia t din in r had the effect of removing from her a couut- leaHMRNiMr of th largest nse. After she prised than, bjgJ lteaMk Immediately returned. She is smceRimudrahd ooumiuen U enjoy exceJlentioMu lfTUn abore valuable prafieration can be had at all the priiid-ml Drag Stoves in Jfa5vilfe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union. — 24 January 1853

1 EWIN BROTHERS. EWHI 3E0THERS. f Yaolcsaie ana sietuii "'"?f,ro XT A Tjj, .ii.riO.ri r - ill sjricd sij-les received aid W -VV-L-BROTHERS. nov2-. r. ..-.J Td'ozen Physicians Pocket Ca- jtr.imwu; reeoircd d for J EWIK nlt0TllET3, Ulll' . . - ...n AxD OIL. 20 Dbli. of Linseed Oil; :) Kegs Lxdof superior quality, Jc by nors! S O UP. CARli.SODA. ,KK lbs. received aiul for sale iSVli JiUUtUBlW'. r" .. , COCHINEAL, &c 100 lbs. best Cochineal; 60 lbs. f Tla; EWIN BROTHERS. (AliJxitt VlNiSUAlt. A lot of superior Oder Vme j sir, for trickling, received and for sale by nort JEWI-f BROTHERS. O LIVE OIL. SO basketii Olive Oil. oi good quality, for sale bv btti.x duuiudiw. "IMPERIAL TEA.- -75 boxes Imperial Tea, of various JL grades, some very fine, received by nov2J EvvIN BROTHERS. TO GARDNERS 8,000 MAMMOTH ASPARA GUS ROOTS, very superior, from the seed of Aspara gui that has taken two prizes at Horticultural Exhibitions. O ATCf IE LS. A small lot of Delluc's superior Satch O els, just rec...

Publication Title: Nashville Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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