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PUBLLSHED DAILY. TRJ-WEEKLY. 'AiTD "WEEKLY. BY A. i. CAMP & CO.. NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET- . : - ,- . - - j I
NASHVILLE, TENS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1800.
NEW SERIES JW-1530.
Daily, per ar.aim
Tri-week'y, p-r annum,
3 s oo
W eekly, per UDum,.
the subscriber must order, otherwise- it wid be d-ntm-ue-i
at our option, until Pi t f-r and sue.red. If
B-t paid, it m-1-.i be paid at tnc time of discontinuance.
or atour opti-i It tbe party is good, it. wiii b sent
until pal I- ... .
Keiu.tfcinc-s It mail, m '-registered" letters, at osr
Slcaai Pess Printing Concern!
A. S. CAjIP & CG., Proprietor?.
No. 16 Deaderick Street.
Zi I'uUUhni l-:0j, TH H'f onJ irA7y.
Tr.st. I-a::r P"r nura.
T'i-VklT i l,r ar.num.
,Ve.-k;r ..." pT annum.
The Parmer fs an earn t, a.tiv an I in.!efMiib!
upporter f t!iOo.-t:f:tw,Ciil I'te cattse, and in the
prt-nt cacT- for the 1'r.sil. urj nil as rv-ry t..n
crilc r a r. s. 'r-!ii-t' tlic derti.. f Ken. a 1 Keb
rrr. T f uat) ti to Urtr :ta iccrvoaed t-Ecieury
a-i K:rirty friffti t-rai l o in est n 1:.;; its cir-
l:v ;i. p :r-:"t.i.-e ol t!. print.iii; ft-tablishmrot of t!ie
A-- . an-! rwr-rit tHIlra "f t-rrui!i frrra th
f-ma :r: til-? J'Jii -T-.-!: '"f t5.- I'ATH.yr iis V-crama ie
t!. Li-t an 1 tn"'t co;n; 'ete Li th S '--.ith V."---i. It
a!- Ii-i itb lie ra t oiikiwbst w.rkr.i-a.
Si-r.tiu U.i t-.u . t-j o :r jTi-i.. ar .f
t!.-; b. t klii W ; i.-? pr'-i artJ ! :rit, la lint
e-t :Ur of tlie rt, i.U.n. in r.'.iT,or hrv.z.-.
r :i uwv.s.
'Aa!,ii;t'i.'vT7i; K frvtu tV? -u--:-.- t T:; to tLc
Ui-.':....lL I'--. rT r.r tU Irast Pom. UXt t. lb- iar-st
T!,- !ar? liwut'ia of t!c PaTT, grtaf.y aR-m-n-ly
ike ail-iit. 'ii tben-t'j of ttw s jis.3-!pii-n of
A-k, fB't'W tt an f.-:itt a.STartss:cg inl:nm
N --. tter it t'ty.
t s- We s-.. .1 orders, at O'lr ctHoc, N' 16 TEalES-
.4. C Ac C O.
VALl'ACLi: ULAL LSTATi:
"t T T H1LIVG i- uuikemL -r iuv .no pr-.oc
to E-U s!I w.r Kl l-tat- la Davi aoa c ., 3
That Suburban Eesidence,
Himti J oo tha Franklin Turni tke, within haa mile
n iiie c::v, jui oppute tlie reEiJecce of the lute Jo
i i V. HWt. Ih w. t-trliape, tue xn-xl cominaod
iz sue m t:w v;cmiiy of Naslivt.ie, an.: i. a must de-Mfi-ab:
couiiiry resiiea.-c. Tiw uouso will be
.tu 12 or 15 a.-rc3 of UnU as tbo purchaser tuay
That Valuable Farm,
Knon as th Siim Tract, sitiiat.-d on tlie Smith Turn
pike (old U l'aii. n road within three tni.es or Nash
ville" ui-miui a-re. Tlie soil is eood, it is w.;l
wtere.1 and uuibered, and can b divided into ainail
tratt of twefitr ai-r-9 and upwards, ail of which are
a.ltu.raf.iy nd-ij Urd tr country residences, rriarkcl gar
d. ns ;uiduairy iariiis. Also, that
i.n tl f:n:i' r.'-id. cow occupip'! 'v T. C- McC.iuiphe'.l,
and Iiriner!r wwl by lorn lUrding. ci-ntainlng
u'.l 250 arr.-i". 'lhisplare L ? well known 3 to
n.d no further def cri!iH-n U will also be i ide.J to
suit purchasers. T. C M. i umpbell will show ih sf
p to aiiv one who will ciii
All the al prt.ierty wili he sold on rexr:ib!e
Urrnis, and on j train of uiie two, three and tour
J Apply to A. V S. l.in Isley, Nosh ille, or to either
ot lue uli'teri 'Jud-
THO. C. MeCAMPBrXL,
Su mile Irora NuhviMe.
J A. .McCA-MPBEIJ..
ir not. Insure at or.ca.
?4 A H U fe 1 A U ,
20 CoIi.-jV Street,
'as Title, TcMiie-sec.
f ltW W lEIXr-ITKH W1T11 1 OJIKTiioIJ JCK.
' S-i (MO . CAU C.vIITAI. I.U'l:t.F.XTrI.
AHKSIBONG & CO.,
Ko. 69 Market street,
U F. have in w .n h..!i ! a f :!! an 1 ..ui;,t ass.Tt
lurntof y.M HLKS. lMPU3IEXrri, 4c. which
.s o3er at the very li..l p: -:
Circular Saw Mills, double and single;
Male's Cider Hill and Corn Sheiler;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
ilillcr's fteel Pious;
Jieli Eollers, &c.
sptl4-tf ARM.-Ti:OXi; k CO
IS AJIa IT UUA?.CIiKS.
?lM.p on fliurrh botwi-- n flierry ar.d C.-l'.ee M.,
Auslivillfs Fe ii ii.
ffHE nnlersicni-l respectfully inf-'rm the publlr
1 lh.il he iaa-s re.-entty Liken the aliove stnud and is
i.fi pnred to no Biksniiihuii; in all us hrnn.-h'-s, such
Is II rse-Mi-!L..:. U.:--y K-;i". ii:-. &c, e.. m
tiie r-st nrinner and at s'-rt notice. He s.!icits
a share ol pul.l;c i citron e.
;ui24-'.f - Ajieat.
S'oi:st-!:cfp!nsr -ilatle Easy.
1 1!K IIF-AT HFFK YFV-"T CAKES w:il a!ways
I i i.. i ......... Vctr l.r. relils
A file pc1"! w ii-'i. - "in.- ..I...... -
rjui j.et one doi.-n Yii-t Ca.s, whh wn! make 60
tarre LHivnot iIm- I""! hrt-a-l.
5l0 CAKhS tlLVLU .-Al. hourly .xj-. ted by
i.prt-3. AiiiH'St eTrrr family in t.vn has used it.
1 ..i Siiu c!ei,mtiir it ls invaluable tor W;ishinz Faint.
I.. km o-asf. ,iied Work. Marbl-, Silver or I'lat.-d
War'. ' ,
KK1 IlH.rP.AToi:?. We have sold a Urn-! lot or
thos larif.es t-huadeiphta Kefriirerato.-s. 'e have a
Lu-e l"t c aim;. lin y aie warjanti d to give satiaiac
l:,m, as tliey ire- ik ociy thj best but they are the
tnea l Knowa.
aprU tr MACKXZIE k MIXCHIX.
WATLIt CODLKUS, Kc.
JCsT received diiect from the nianuracturers and for
!ie at loner prices than ever oulurs sold Ul this
plain Water Coolers,
lU roretiiau lsr.ed io.
10 Mclk.naid's Ilel.-ixerator.
6 sefcouicy s I'aiint do.
50 Mser i 3 miuute Freczcra.
2 Seamore's Pal. Freezer.
1 also make pUin Ice L'rraui Frzcrs to order of any
60 Hot. lion's I"at. Screw Ti Fruit Caus, 1 and 2
J rtoz. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing.
4o rt z. 1 qui! t :iuS Fruit Jar.
1. e Picks a;i 1 liaichew.
Sherry Shxers alid Muddler
VJ ''! I "at. KK Wh'rs.
lii doz. 1 L.LJ.1 llip)eis
.. . ( J. W. VIIJSOX,
u;.r;l 17 17 College street.
'rit L.UX tt Fuit
COAL OIL LAMPS
TE Lave just received anotlier supply of Coal Oil
lAniixi. amomr w hich are some very haiulsome
atterua for parlors, ail fitted with the Collir-S burner
wiia li is the last iui)rovemi'nt and a imiiieuiuraoi
Bii-rior any nther lamp now before the public lor
nonces and tteadines of name, freedom from smoke,
muipix-tiy m cfxtaurui tKin, beauty and rleguiic in hull-ti,
cleanliuwa and eoouomy. One Lamp will K'W the
liKht of four -:io.UtK juid doe not cost as much as one.
The U.l in have tuiorud to Luru tu tuetM Lamps is
clear, b-.ai.luul article, frtte frytu uny olf.-usive oior,
- h-aves to create t-;it whu Kpiil ujiou carpet or Cloth
ing and n id not exptoue
RAIX3, BUOYVX 4: CO.
Whrlnu'j" It lie tail PrujjjistJi, Xo. 19 1'uhiic Spiar
KaeUv.utt Teun. mar. lGlf.
ET A IJ1DT OF NEW ENGLAND. Cloth, m
prxfl2d for al by UAGAVj
TT One W'tkly tor two years, or two eekiies
for on- yar, in advance, -- - - -
. r. ... T,i llatir ur Yteek'r IS Ul be dlS-
.,i ,i ii, unn,: at the titiie subscribed ft.ri
THE ST. (LOUD HOTEL,
I'nlarst il and iicf iirnished.
rtTIE mderit-ned having taken the ST. CLOUD
A H'iTFX, ha enlarged it materially, and refurnish
ed U throughout in the most elegant style, will open
the house to the public on Thursday the Ssh inst.
0a tlie European Plan,
CITY OF XEW TORK.Q
Sh;g!e ftooms 50 cents per Day.
C.t7 Eall Square, corner of Franlriort st.,
(Upposite City IlalL)
Meals, a' they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barljer's s-liop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the Hotel.
X. B BEwaRE or Rcxnekh aui' FIackkex who sav
we are fell. IS. FRENCH,
j-xiyfj-ly . . i'roprifctor. . .
' . - tl .1 a
tte-aiMied Sept. tlli,
ITIHE T-;ni:esi--"'e Coffee and I-iuing Ilall. All the good
i things of the easin will be kept consiantlv on
hand. J. T. BIlAlS.
4- .llsn UOiHH.ITAA"
CORXKB CKCAK iD CUEKRT fTKEETS,
"ia.Ii ville. - - - TenutiMe,
.1. VaiiJJUi:, roprlftov.
TfTAYK ma le extensive arrauir- tnents for the receiv
r.z of 'l the !.-!, -cacies oi ;he coming season, ot
i "k-h. Fi.fli aa 1 Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
M'.sic-'i hrat ?d he-is. PirkoLs and condiment from
lae eel -Krai-.) establishments of Cross i Blackwelland
Iv-a & IVrr.a, W;la a Lu-e and well seiecte.1 stock of
Vint--, ;.iqui;rs, &.C., Kc.
Fr-r-l!. nt C'OKS an-1 attentive Waiters, the whole
nn ier tiie nw.nten taace ol" that weil known Epicure,
m and a:ter the 15th of September w will be pre-
irJ to til t!.,awir cusiociera, 1A Y AX"i XIGHT.
railway travr-Ie.-s will Cud thU arranomen; to their
3- REJEXBES ME METROPOLITAN. -
U ION RESTAURANT
L'nion st., opposite Male Sauk
rj'AKE pl-asur- m ii::wm:rt the public that they
Z pl-asur- 'ii !i::'m:ri tl
'e recently Sited up a fi.ie
KatitiJT ittiJ Drinking Saloon,
asal-'ve. Th-v will k(?e; constantly on hand a good
s ::p:y ( tl.WlE. OYsTElLS. FISH, iic kc. They so
licit a shrae cf itronre. Good cooks and attentive
K. K. FOWLER 8c CO.,
o. o3 Clit?irj' street,
HAVIXG always on ha a fine variety or Soups,
Fresh r'ish. Porter Aohsc Ltaeks, Meats of all kind
and variety. A'lS), every variety of vegetables on hand
ready and "served to order m the best of style, would
ri-!-ectin ly invite the attention of their lrieuds and
the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER k CO.
Xo. 53 Ciierrv st , one door from Adam's Express Office-
in Ccl'.na te BuiiJiugs. june22-tf
tii;: JJARN KS ifou.i-:.
J. T. Eamcs & Co., Proprietors,
iKo. 43, I ii ion Street,
ILK-VISUES; Meals at ail hours, day and Dight.and
' has extensive arraut'-iii-'Dts for regular sujily ol
Hume ol every description.!' isii, Oysters, the very host
Wines, and every other article ol luxury which can
possibly be obtained in Nashville. The house is pro
Tided with the best of Cooks, and the best apfiaraliis
for cuokii i;. Ealing Hail titled up in handsome, com
forlahle style. SCI&-U
g u sic
IMPiiOVED 1MAX0 - F0"TES I
M.VNCKAI TORY A XI) SALESROOM
CURXER THIRD A VEXCE, XEW YORK
fOR a quarter of a century the Instruments maiiu
f.ict'.irrd at the above eriablishmeut liave ranked
anions the first in the couutry. Their durability,
strength, and d.-iicacy of tone and touch are highly ap
preciated by all who have given Ilium a thorough trial.
The proprietor, by Riving his personal attention to the
iii.iijui.n t ire of eai-U i:istruiiieiit, in all its details, is
euahl'-d to guarantee suM-r.or excellence ami reliability
in every respect. oct$-3m
New Steinwav Piano
rAl IaucIl! 5iinslc Htovc,
Ho. 45 I'ulon xtreet.
ip.-tr in.ei.i is -irr:t' new
d uotsi.ttv .lays tr ia TTlie man-
ry , is ill be t-etu on examuia- f ri a
1 -a il seil at niannfarturer's J k ii
pr- i wchuut a.'. i.tioiial riirt!C for freight. Tho
i.i want o: a Pino wi.l fi.i-1 it t- their interest
cil an-l fnamme 't b.-fire purchasing.
n"17-tf MUfiie. Ile.iVr. 45 Cnien
JOU:.S As. CliOSLEY'S
Iaiprcvui Culta Frrrii.i Cfii;eit Roofin.
LS T!1K CBK.VPt-ra.VI OCRAULE KIHIfl.VUlJi ITSE. ll
i- ni t au wati-k rxoov. It an be applied to siw
an I oti .-.ODFSnF iiiKi-Dt and to old soicle recfa
wifhj-ul reuutriny thetkingUs.
TilE COST IS ONLY A iluLT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, A'IIS TWICE AS DURABLE.
;rnji I'ehcha Cksevt for preserving and repairing
Ti.n and Mirrai Ko'rs ol every description.
From 'is gre-jt t-l.tsla-ity , is not injured by the con
trition Ami erpuii.Mou ul n et-tls,un( Kill not crack
incL-t'l if r run 111 trail weather. 'IheAj maU-rials
have b'-en thoroughly tested lu New York and all
; irts ol lue Siuiiieru a;oi Western Slates, and wo
c.iii give abuii"! .ml ;r tof of all we claim ia their
I h -y are ren l:!y aipl.e I by or Unary laborer, at
i trill, eg expense.
"NO 1 1 EAT IS REQUITED."
Theie materiais are put up ready for use. and for
shipping io..il luri-i of the country, with lull printed
dneitiOLS 1T app-U'atiou.
Full desjriptive circulars willbv forwarded on ap
dicai or- b m i. I or ia person, at our principal otti
'i olo IWi.il '.VAY, . ixis,t- t. Xicholaa Hotel,)
N'.W, Z-ii FULTON si.", (uppos.teCilV Hall) BKOOn
LYX. JOiiX-S . CKOiiLEY.Aj
Ladies' French Dress and Pack
3 o W X ttA XI A wi u
42 Collepe Street,
Ladies' and (itiitsVFiiie Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies Extra
Large Dress Trunks, ol tue latest styles. Best
tuglish txie Leather steel Spring Truuks; Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single and Doubie Top; Valises, Bags, 4c,
lor sale ut very low prices.
junc2-tf JOHN RAMAGE.
L- UIIJT JAIiS.
T( NE CO.'S Frail Jars for sle by
augl-tf itAlNS. HKOM & W
A UK 10 II I NSliUKD?
DO YOU KKEP INSURED?
Who nst liisurc and bs Protected !
IV ASH & MAHR,
Au, 2S CoIK'se Street.
r BARRELS COAL OIL, superior articla, Just r
lUceived and foe sale low by
septii-a- ' KALVS, BROWN k C Jj
JUST RECEIVED BY
JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kellys' and the O'Kellys by Dr. Tbone.
Margaret Uancriefle by Charles Burdett-
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorneg
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and his Critics.
Kill on the Floss.
Lifo Stroggie by Miss ParJo.
How to enjoy L fe.
Fawn of four Acres.
I jriug Rep-esentation Men.
Habits of Good Soceity -for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening.
Notes on Ncrsing by Miss Nightingale
EI Furcidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Eri ant's Eulogy on Washington Irving.
I.it'.l Be cty by author of GamOlera "Wire.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macauby,
Tyluey Hall a cov:l by Thomas Hood.
Throue of Payid by author of Prince liouo ol
The Florence fctories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, of Redclitt.
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
S'o v Years, and other Storie by Julia Kavauagh
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GODEY'S I.ADIES BOOK, for Septembcrj
PETF3tS!N'S MAGAZINE, Tor September.
PETERSON' S MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and lor sale by
JOHN YORK & CO.,
augl5-tf No. 38 Union stree
Flags! Flags! Flags!
AND DECORATION'S of al! kinds .and sizes Tor Fourth
of Julv, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
the above in anv quantitv. wholesale and retail. Aiso
Fireworks ofall kinds. rders from a distance prom)
lv attended to. JOHN LUCK.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags ! Flags!! Flags ! ! !
TOTHIX"G adds so much to the appearance of aPro
1 cession of Sunday School Children as a Mag in
the hand of every little boy and girl. LUCK is now
prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College
street, up stairs over Shields" Auction Room,
II. T. FLEMING,
U o : s Va , s i U x
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
tfg- Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
"IT7E should learn that one half of the children born
W die before they are live years old. Give no
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the
The met valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitters,
For 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derangement
of the stomach and bowels. Every family should use
them at tbo present change of the season.
apr!4-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCHLV.
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! !
FLAGS AnF TORCHES!
JOHN LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
sortment in Nashville of everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new. and tne best thing ever Introduced
Tor political processions. augl4-tf
JUST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and Bags.
LADIES' BONNET BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. JOHX RAMAGE,
augIR-tr 41 CoileKestreet
HTM. T. WRIGHT & CO., would respect-
V V fully inform the citizens of Nashville
and the uubhc generally that they have
purchased the well known Livery Stable and the stock
and Bxtures, formerly occupied by Win. J. Philips, on
Market street, just below the Square.
We have tirst-rate lots and box-stalls to acceinmo
dale drovers, and all our friends who may favor us
with their patronage.
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a targe number jof tine Saddle Horses and
fine Buggies to hire, at all times.
Tlie fact is, we do not Inteud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Come along and see
jau3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT CO.
Furnhhing and Fancy (ioods.
WE are daily receiving additions to our already full
supply ot FAIX. AND WINTER GOODS. We
have all the latest styles of Shirts and Collars, Stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes, Suspenders and all qualities of Hos
iery for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock of Un
derwear is complete, embracing all the heavier fabrics
of Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaching season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
with the short crops. J. H. McGILL,
sep3-tf Cherry St. , one door from Union.
Furnishing a d Fancy Giodi.
"1X7E are daily receiving additions to our already
V full supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We
have all the latest styles of Snirts and Collars, stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes .Suspenders and all qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock ot Under
ware is completeembracing all the heavier fabrics of
Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaceing season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
w ith the short crops. J. H- McGILL,
sept24-tf Cherry St., one door from Union.
Baltimore Bell and Brass Works.
lllUSTH & WEBB,
Keep on hand and make to order,
OF every size and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
rocNDB, which are warranted in all respects equal
to any made in the Cocstrt Also, manufacture every
variety of Brass Faucets for Water, Steam and Gas.
Also, Brass Castings, Babbitt's and Anti-Friction Metal
all of which is sold upon pleasing terms.
Send for a Catalog ra ajyd Pates Lbt.
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
Orders can be Left in Box 9i, P. 0.
declT-tf S. JT. iCNEW.
iEV FAtili STOCK
- 1 S G O .
Fite, Shepherd 8s Co.,
Wholesale Dealer In
Varieties ami Clothing,
7E Invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail Merchants to our stock of
FALL AXD WINTER GOODS,
new in store and ready for xhibltlon.
f- Our stock will be fband unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall offer the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal
ers. T1Jl, SHEPHERD CO.
BAGS prim early White Wheat.
200 bags liediuranean Wheat, selected ax-
pressly for seed and &r aaie by
octo-tf XU&RAI), CHANDLER & CO. .
A JV 1 ll E W W 1 A D ' S
133 Nassaa St., next door to the Nassau Cank, X. T.,
is the Agent for the NasmnxE Patiuot, and the best
circulating Journals in the United Slates, Canada? and
He is authorized to receive advertiseui.uU for us at
our published rales.
CANONBURY HOUSE, by G. W. M. Reynolds, price 50
ADA ARUNDEL, '- " " " 50
OUVL, or the Maid of Honor, " "50
CHARLEY FOX'S Ethiopian Song Book 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, Xo. 2 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER, by Svlvauus Cobb, Jr. . . . 25
THE MANIAC'S SECRET, ' " 2i
THE MAID OF THE RANCH E, by Dr. J. H. Robinson. 25
Sent free of postage on receipt of price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No. 128 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted. ai!g3-tt w
From VISCHER, OWEN k CO., General Advertising
House, Appleton Building, 346 Bjoadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT !T
JLASfFACTCBEKS OF 1511'ROVKO .
rue, Camplieie, Fluid, and Oil uud
IX VAWOrS STY LIH AXD FIXLSH,
C ll A I) li 1 K It.
MADE TO ORDER FOS
CHURCHESj COLLEGE, AXD PUBLIC BUILDING
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York.
Vesper Gas jLiglit!
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant
MOiT (O.WE.MEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IX THE WOULD!!
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and for
elegance, economy, safety and simplicity cannot
be surpassed. The tixures are in the same style as tho
ordinary gas fixtures.
ASS" Princiial Agency at 47 Cooper's Building, Cher
ry street, where the light Can be seen at anv time.
janl3-ly TlHi-S. II. TAYLOR.
Ambrotjpes and lelaneutypes,
HPHE cheapest and the best, are made at the Art
A. Gallery, corner of College and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased persons can here be
copied and thrown up to the I'ife Sua Portrait.
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES, .
Princijial and sole proprietor of the Mclaucot vpe right
in Nashville. uov21-tf
F R. GLASCOCK.
G. S. NEWSOM.
Office College .St., next door to Merchants' Hank.
Dealers in and A for the purchase and
Ernting Houses or Land in the city or country,
Will also give their undivided attention to
the Collection of claims, .Negotiation Loans,
E. R. GLASCOCK.
WILL attend to all sales of Property of every de
scription either in town or country.
Jan 17 tf.
Cross Vies W unlet!
fpHE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
1 pany wish to contract lor 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
TIES, 9 feet long, 6 inches thick, well hewn, to face at
narrowest place not less thau 8 inches clear of bark ;
timber to be souud ; to be delivered at the grade line
of the road in Nashville.
The contractors want to contract for 30,000 WHITE
or POST -OAK TIES of the same sizo as the above, to be
delivered on the line of the road in piles from section
14 to section 24, enough on each section to suppV the
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of the Nashville and North-western Rail
road Company, Nashville, Tennessee.
It. tl. UAVXKtt fe
AGENTS FOR TTIE
Sale and I uiliase of Negroes,
i 16 Cedar Street.
Between Publi quare and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-tf. Nashville, Term.
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank J. Bitterlicli,
Xo. 16 Deaderick St eel, Up Stairs,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
ttuns, tlUes and tislos.
All work warranted to be of the Guest workmanship
and of the most superior quality.
0g- Repairing done in the best manner, and war
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are now in receipt of a complete stock of I.AX-
DRETH'S Garden Seeds, or the growth of 1859,
including all the different varieties of
Artichoke, Lettitice, Beets
Cabbage, Parsley, Nasturtium, ,
Caulillour, Pepper, Pepjier Grass
Salsify, Eudive, Carrots,
Leek, Beans, Mustard,
Borecole, Onion, Peas,
Early Corn, Rhubarb. Asparagns,
Squash, Kohl Rabbi, F;g Plant,
Melons, Brocoli, Okra,
Cardoon. Turnip, Celery,
Cadish, Cucumber, Spinach,
Blue Grass. Thimothv, Clover, nerds Grass, Millet,
and all other kinds of Field Seed on hand during the
Country merchants supplied with Garden Seed on
jano-tf RAINS, BROWN & CO.
NORTH MARKET STREET.
THE undesigned begs leave to inform his friends and
the public that lie has sliii on hand a number of
handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid stud of
buggy and saddle horses, lor the use of last young
gents on COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or for the accom
modation of Young America and Young America's
What man living, of anv sort of projrroeelvo spirit,
would be content to suail it behind a SLOW HORSE
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF Sl'LKlT could be
AT TIIE LEVJAT1IAX STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-N1CS," and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the papers
said about Thk New Coach, from the Leviatoax Ljvert
9TABUM, on North Market street.
J. C. McFERRAN,
Fire Insurance Company.
APITAL $150,000 ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE Corner of the Public Square,
will la'xe risks against loss or damage by lire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods in Store, kc.
Also, Marine and River hazard to and from all ports.
Risk on Ntgroes against the Dangrrs of
JOHN H. HILL,
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON AXDERSON,
G M. FOGG, JAittS fcXXJS,
ALEX. ALLISON, N. E. ALLOWAY.
R. H. GARDNER, W. S. EAKIN,
Til OS. L. BRAXSFORD.
JOSEPH VaUXX, President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. ect22
Flouring Mill for Kent.
THE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
River, Just below the city, Is offered for rent the
remaincer of the present year, with the privilege of
next year Applv to Tcaxui S. Foster, Cherry street,
or JAMES CORBITT,
June25-U at the MilL
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment of FULL BOSOM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of Lin
en, Cambric and Bishop Lawn. Also, a small lot of
Shirts, with fine Embroidered Bosoms by
apro-U J. H. McGILL.
A GOOD city made Family Burouche, but little used
X for sale cheap by
sepU-lf BEXJ F SHIELDS CO
LY0.VS INSECT POWDER!
r. FOR SALE BT
&A1X3. BROWN k C
Soullera Trunk Manufactory.
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
NO. 51 1LVRKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
' Ulauuf jcturrrs and Wlio'esale and Retail
OKALERS IX ALL JONHS OP
LADIES' Al GENTS' TRAVELING TRESES,
Valises, Carpet Hags, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those In want of
anything in our lino, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amin twj.x. rk. bf fore purchasing elsewhere, as we
are rutitiucat that we coi S.I1 as low us uuy other house
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the b-st materials and by flr3t-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East expressly for jobbing.
We especially invite the a' tent ion of the Ladies te
PATENT TEUAR FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South ol the Square.
juue23-dly FASSETT it CROSSMAN.
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
SMUT MACIHXIJ!. FL( R PACKER."1, BRAN DUS
ITCRS, GENUINE HITCH ANKER BRAND
MA.vrFACTrRERS OT PORTABLE
GRIA'DIXG AXD BOLTING FLOUR MILLS,
CORN and Feed Mills of all sizes, both upper and
under runners. Portable and Stationary Engines,
Boilers, Gearing. Ac, furnished to order, corner of
Western Row and Second sts., Cincinnati.
Mills can be seen in operation at our F'actory.
VI Louis, Mo.
Ju!:!;s Is. Slnll8 v
. louis, A
rrHE undersigned, sole proprietors of the above
A brands of Whisky, would respectfully caution their
friends and customers against the numerous imitations
of these well known brands.
The spurious article Is invariably a nefarious com
pound , whereas we guaranty tho genuine, manufac
tured only by ourselves, to he free from all obnoxious
ingredients. BBTH0LD, SJITH, &C0.,
loo add 133 North Secoua street,
apr22 tf St Louis, Mo.
Important .to House-Keepers.
E. It. DURKEE & CO.'S
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURE,
but ground from fresh Spices, selected and cleaned by
us expressly for the purpose, without reference to
cost. They are beautifully packed In tin-foil, (lined
with paper,) to prevent injury by keeping and are lull
weight, while the ordinary Spices are almost invariably
short. Wo warrant them in point of strength and
richness of flavor,
BEYOND ALL COMPARISON,
as a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured only by E R DURKEE k CO. ,
feblS-dawtf 1S1 Pearl street, New York.
COXFIDEXTIAL LITERARY BUREAU,
480 Broadway, New York City.
(Of a Private or family Nature,)
Transacted with Care and Efficiency.
PURCHASES of Books and other articles, for Stu
dents and others, executed on Commission.
Ixnins, to any amount, on Diamonds. Jewelry or oth
er available property, negotiated with the strictest
Private Correspondence superintended. Letters up
on any subject, and answers to any communications,
furnished on the shortest notice and under the pledge
of inviolable secrecy.
Indies and Gentlemen wishing to carry on a Private
or Public correspondence can have a box at this Office
for their exclusive use. F'or terms, apply in person or
" Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for
MW All communications considered in a Busidess
light and held strictly confidential.
A NOVELTY IN THE AST "WORLD.
Photography upon Porcelain.
Secured by Letters Patent in the United
States, England. France and Bel
Igium. The Aaierican rhotojraphic Porcelain
No. 781 Broadway, New York,
Having secured their novel and ingenious invention by
American and European patents, are fully prepared to
execute all orders for "MIXATURK LIKENESSES OF
PEK?OXS ON CHINA," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water-eolor drawing, and
a hitherto nnattamed quality of durability. y being
rendered as imperishable as the natural prop. rties (
lue iu.tvies u(uu niv-u .urj mo iioiuiicrfvi!.
As the patented process of the Company enables the
reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain sur
faces, but upon such as are round or of any degree of
ivn ul.. wit ,- mirfmira Mn hA Mnnbliuul l . 1. r i .
less accuracy, and delicacy of delineation, upon Por
celain wares of any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as
URNS, VASE, BREAKFAST CUPS, TOI
LET ARTICLES, &c,
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing an
unique and exquisite style of ornamentation of articles
in domestic use.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratification of
the popular taste, and to meet the wants of those pa
trons of the Fine Arts desirous of having Portraits on
Porcelain, the Company have imported from Europe a
collection of superior porcelain goods, manufactured to
their own order, which they sell at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners of the patent
right, and consequently the only persons authorized to
use the process, they have determined, in order to af
ford People in every section of the Union an opportu
nity to possess Portraits on China, to make the follow
ing proposition to residents in the country, who are
unable to visit personally the Atelifr and Galleries in
New York: Persons seizing a photograph, ambro
type, or daguerreotype to the ottice of the Company ia
New York, accompanied by nvs dollars, will receive
in return by express, free of other charge, a richly or
namented Breakfast Cup and Saucer, with the portrait
transferred thereon. . -
By transmitting a daguerreotype and tex dollars,
they will secure in like manner, a handsome F rench
Vase or Toilet Article, wiLh the portrait reproduced by
the patented process.
By sending a pair of daguerreotypes and firm
dollars, they will receive in return a pair of rich
Sevres Vases, with the portraits executed equal to
minature paintings; and, in like manner, portraits can
be reproduced on porcelain wares or Vasea of every
quality of finish, ranging m price from Twenty te One
Hundred dollars the pair.
N. B. Be particular to writing the address, town,
county and state distinctly. All let- rs to be ad
dressed to 'MANAGER, AitKrtlCAS r, 5TOGRAPH1C
PORCLXA1.N CO.,' m Broadway, Naw Yore.
Feed for Stock . .
THE Feed red ' to $2 M per barrel by -.
-iJSJ iBEKI F SHIELDS .
July 23, l&SO-tif irpi j l
if a 1 1)
p i p j
11 H tfi.
A. W. M CALL. ' O. W. FALL
A. B. MONTGOiiERT.peclal Partner
M'GALL & FALL
Wholesale and Retail
Gl!is (TTLERT, '
.- - LUGS TOOLS,
Plows, Rakes, Cultivators,
KIRKMAX Jt.ELLIS' OLD STAND
34,' Public Square, .
HAVIXG added te our already large stock of HARD
WARE and CUTLERY, a flue assortment of FU5S7
RETAIL GOODS ,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES,
COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' Tools, Implements, Arc, &c.
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends, for .
raer patreus of "M'Call & Co." and the public gen
.'4aA1aIa & VALli,
Kirkman & Ellis' Old Stan,
34 PUBLIC SQUABX
R. C. MTTATRY & CO
HAVE ON HAND
OXEg HliYDKED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An Unusually. Large stock of
J PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPEDS a-'J
For Servants, which they will sell very low by the
47 Persons not yet supplied wiU consult their inter
est by examining these goods, as we aks dktekau.yko to
CLOSE THEM OCT.
..;. c. iicAiitv & co.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet supplied would do wen to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
R. C. McNAlIlY & CO.
July 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SNYDER & FRIZELL
Have on band a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do Solo leather do;
do '-Cabinet" do; (a new article,
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do do do do Valises, (A.iland and other
styles:) which thev are ottering at very redmsed
rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
EVANS & CO.,
o.l --hvlIle Inn llloclt
Are in receipt i'i ir Fall Stock of Foreign and Do
mestic t) H GO'ODS,
Varieties and Clothing
Boors,SUoes, Hats, Bonnets, &.c.
To which they invite the attention of the Trade.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
- Hats, Boots tt Shoes, Ready -Made CUthing
Hardware, Queensicare, dc , fc.
E. TRABUE & W. II. LUCAS,
No. 73 Public Square.
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods at
low figures to close out as near as possible before
receiving our Spring Stock- Oar Mr. LUCAS is now in
the Eastern cities soliciting consignments and purchas
ing job lots for cash and short time paper, and we
premise our customers and Merchants, making their
purchases In this market, that our stock will be large
and attractive, and we pledge ourselves that our house
shall be head quarters for good bargains for cash and
short, prompt paper.
anlo-tf ' LtLAS.
Whol sale & Retail Druggist
(SCOCXSSO TO K. X. COOLET 00.)
Corner Broad and Cherry Stieeta,
V7 ILL keep always on hand a large and complete
V V assortment of evervthicg kept in the Drag line,
which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest, and as
Hood as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at anv time, dav or nicht. to the satisfaction
of all good citizens who will favor us with a call and
patronage. JOH.N J. Bttou.
JUST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
22S do. Wuloughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " " " - " 2 quarts
46 " Glass Jars, with corks ftr sealing.
Also, on band 200 doz. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
quarts, lor sealing up, all warranted.
Also. 12 bbia. beet Clear Coal Oil. at lowest price by
barrel. 3. W. WILSON,
eepU-tf -' II College st.
ON or aboat the 20th October, In Warsaw, Mat, my
Pocket Book was stolen (ram me, containing a Bote
for Two Hundred Dollars, more or less, drawn by T.
Fanning, and endorsed by A. J. Mc w hirwr k Co. The
public is hereby noticed not to trade for said note.
nov8tf . ROBSRT LAW.
J. W. YEATMAN,
Ccncral tisehargins, Collectia and Deliver-
ins Clerk, . ;..
HAS Resumed his old business on the Wharf at H
Q. Uarrlson's office. nortt If
J. D.W.GREEN. J.N'O. THAGAN
Medl! Jledai;!! 3Iet:n!!::
tt it &
Xa. 8 Uaio.i S-irtd.
HAVE just received a Ivs-Hi.c! nsortnieiit C-i"
Melainotvjie Likenesses' i i the C.'.n-i:dates for Pre
sident and Vice President, tail r. l get une of those
beautiful 'H'harnis" or "JW.!j" represiotii.g vowr
ravorite candidate. Foreaiehy GRKTi' 4 Ck.J
Xo. 6 Union M runt.
LITERARY AXD XiaVSTArHirS UE'IKVED REGULAR
GREEN & CO., No. 6, Union St.
N. Y. Ledger;
" Illustrated News;
" Waverly ;
" Mermiry ;
Leslie's Illustrated New
Wilk's Spirit of theTim.
Porter's " " ' -'
N. Y. Clipper:
Police Gax -tte;
Family Jo imai;
Flag of our Union;
H u-jH r's V-. k!y;
I'hiladei-'hi-'i cveii'g Xews;
S Vanity i";'.!:-;
s; Country Gentleman:
-M'lsieal K: ieiii! ;
1in .oi. Illustrated Xews;
lli'll's Life ia li.n Ion;
l'uisviile Journal, ic.
- w York Heral l; U.uLvi:!e Jomxal.
The following Magazines are received Monthly :
Harper's Monthly; Leslie's Magazine;
Peterson "8 Magazine; Go.ley's;
Eclectic; Irving, and tho Knickerbocker.
PICTURES Colored and Un
colored. A Large and splendid assortment.
THEATRICAL PLAYS. A large assortment.
For sale by GREEN & CO.
octl6-tf Xo. 6 Union street.
BIXtiUAli, 5IILLEX & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO NIC HOL, G BEEN & CO.
Produce and Commission
IVo. 5 Col Use Street.
JUST RECEIVED AND WIIX- KELP CONST AN 1LY
on hand, and for sale at :!'3 iow.-st market price,
Hay, t oru,
llacon. Liquors, &c.
In Store and for sale by
DINUIIAN, MULLEN. & CO.
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to my ol 1 friends and
customers that after an absence of two years, I
have aeaiu returned to resume the practice of the
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART in all its branches, having pur
chased the interest of my brother in the old establish
ed Gallery in Union street, and having s.nt lour
months In New York the past Summer to obtain fully
all the la to improvements in the art. I have painted,
renovated and itilarged the suite of Rooms throughout.
That my facilities are now better to ivoduce lirst
class work than most Galleries can bo"ist of, and con
duce to the comfort of our patrons. I trust not only
to sustain the proud positiou the Gallery has hereto
fore sustained, but to elevate it 'o a still higher stand
ard. I have also engaged the services of Mr. COOK,
one of the best Photographers in the world, who tok
the Pictures which obtained the first premium at the
World's Fair in London, in l!51. and 1 am determined
not only to make this the leading Gallery in the Slate,
but my work shall not be surpassed North or South,
and now introduce to the public tlie following new
Imperial Phothgraph. India Ink,
Vigeuette, plain or colored,
Pastel PortalPictures, life size.
Photographs on Canvass, lite size,
Visiting Cards, full length plain,
, Autograph Photographs, 18 taken at one sitting.
Stereoscopes, on glass or paper,
I still continue to make the Melainotype and Am
brotyjie as heretofore. Tlie above styles are ail en
tirely new in this city, except the Autograph (ard,
when but onemadeat a sitting. All who are in wantol
anvthing in my line are politely invited to give my a
call before visiting elsewhere, when I wiii prove by
occular demonstration the above facts.
Respectfully, F. N. HUGID3S.
oct20-tf b. o. d. r. a a.
Gcuts' Superior Water 15 j els and
Gents' Fine Calf Pump Sole Boots,
" " Double SoleSiretchcd Boots
i " Square Fdge Boots.
Canada Hieh Lace Shoes, heavy sole
t Double Soli Stitched Garters.
" Scotch Bottomed.
" ' " " I ace Boots.
" Calf Balmor.i!, fcc , fcc
With jnany ther styles Extra Fin i. For sVe cheap.
Call and examinei JOHN' RAMAGE,
dovI olliHse Street.
MAN HOC 1),
HOW LOST, HOW EX STORES.
Just Publishei, in a Staled Envelope.
A IJ5CTURE ON THE NATURE, TilEATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPEUilATORT-iivfcA, or Semmal
Weakness, Sexual Iiebilily , Xorvousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impoteucy, Consumption and
Uuaul and Physical Debility.
Br COB. J. CULVER WELL, M. D.,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self-abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous a;iplicatiutia W twislax, iu
strumeiiU!, medicated b-jugu, una other empirical de
vices, is here dearly deuiouat. at-d, and th entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated anther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself pertct!y,and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to anr address, rosT faid, on tbe re
ceipt of two postage sumps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 430 First Avenue, New York, Post Box
4AS4, July 14-dAW till april i 'CI
EMPLOYMENT. o0 A MONTH AND ALL EX
PENSES PAID. An Agent is wanted in every town
aad county In the United States, to engage in a re
spectable and easy business, by which the above profit-
may ecrtainlr be realized. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER. 64 East Twelftn St.,
corner of Broadway, New York City, mclusmg on.
postage stamp. -ctjQ-dlriwAw3ni
. For Sale.
rPHiT comfortable dwelling. No. 166 South Summer
I ayreet, tortneriy the residence of Kuweil liouston,
Eso. , --
Also, No. 15 North Summer street , the present rssi
deooetif Jaa. Oarrvy,Esq. ABplyto
j. naxwtoiA, rreaiaeut,
aujl-tf bnion Bank of Teas
I R ATi;3. OF ADVERTISING
j (ten- mis on le to coxsrmm a sqvans. .
j One square 1 day f 1 00 each aduitonal insertion. $ .-
lct,JO0 each addiUjfialMuare M
I 2 - 4 60 .i. .. .. 2
I " lUKu:th6CO " " a 00
" " 2 ' 00 " " u 4 M
" "' " 12 00 '' .i - u i Ot
' " " 5 " IS 00 ' ' u - u
t " 12 -'25 00 . --'i- 100
I ' ' KCUtWAliLE AT ruunn . . .
One spi;u-e, one year, $30 oach additional square (U
Virittea notice must be given to take out and stow
advortisetiieuu of yearly advertisers before Um your
expires, ili.-rwise we siiali charge U1I done.
No contract of yearly advertisements wiU b. d'isruu
thiue1 wuhuut prevkuis notice to ua, nr will any
charge be ma'ie for less limn one vear at the yearly
rau-s. . . , . . . i
Adver Liers exceeding the space con
tracted for w;ll be charged for the excess,-.
MONDAY, em. 3RD, MRS. IRWTN win epea a
tchoul for Gins ia Lae Basement of the Presbyte
rian Chui cn, E.!gehe!d. Arrangements have been made
to give a full and thorough Academic and Cotter tu
The Ijdy employed to teach Muaic cannot fall tetriv.
entiie satisuiciiou. ......"
M .ii. p. f. MANTEL, a native of France, and a grada
ate of the Royal Colrt-ge of Algiers, wii! te.,-i French
2Sanx-i, Julian Jii Modern Greek. Alan. Sanlet pre!
s. u-.d tuo best t-siinioaiais from many dkiuurauirad
Iiersons. . "
Sir. R. J. Jleii:? says of Mon. Santel: "Ho has been
teaching my sou some time' and this practical trial of
him convinces me that he deserves to be brusted tat
fiiy as a Teacher of French."
The regular Kales per Session of Ave months are $15.
and $i5. '
Music on the Piano. . t no w
ljtiii anil ;r,-. 't "
. . , - 1U oo
Iridern Uuipii.iges 3) 00
1 . l uau .-eetiie worK.. ................ . o
pS- Tupils wiU be charged from the timVof entwine
to in.- .-no of the Session. The biiia wiU be pavable a t
LUe miuQle of the Session. aug2tl-tf
G E X VINE P R E PA RATI 0:X
HFLMHOLD S BCCH0 for the Bladder.
ULL.VllOJ.irs UrCUC for the Kidneys
JIELMBOLVS BVCHC lor the Grael
ItELMBOLO S bCCHC far the DrcW.
JIELM HOLD'S BIVUU for NervousiZi
UELMBOLir.t BCCJJC tor Los. or Memory.
1IELMBOLD-S BCCHC for DunniM ot Tism
J I ELM HOLD'S BCCHC (,v Dithcull Br ea tiling. :
HELM HOLD'S BCCHC for Weak Nerved
JIELM BOLD'S BCCHC for Universal Laskmde.
HELMBOLD S BCCUC tor Horror of Ielee '
JIELM BOLD'S J1CCJIC for Nijthmweats.
UELMBOLJrs BCCHC for Wakefuln.l? "
Jl ELM BOLD' S BCCHC lor Drrnesa cTikin
IIELMBOLD S BCCHC for Krupluins '
JIELM BOLD'S BCCUC lor Pain in the Back
IIELMBOLD S BCCJJC for Heaviness f the Eyfltid
wilh U'lnporarv sullusation anj loss ot sight
HELM HOLD'S BCCJJC for Mobility kad' Restteaa-
ness, with want of atieiiti.ia una horror of sootetv
IIELMBOLD S BCCHC lor Obstructions
IIELMBOLD S BCCUC lor Excesses arLing from
indiscretion, and ail diseases of
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMA LESFEMA LESFEMA LES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR YOCXG, SINGLE. MARRIED, OS O0!
1 EM PLATING MARRIAGE,
TA KE NO MOIifi PILLS,
SAKE NO MORE J'JLLS,
THEr A RE OF NO A TAIL.
TIIEF ARE OF NO A TALC
IIELMBOLD S E1JRACT BCCIIIT ,
7.V TIIE VERT BEST
REMEDY IN TI1B WORLD
I'er all cuiupiaints incident to the sex, whether arista
Ii. in indiscretion, iabits or Iilesii-aliou, or in Ih.
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF L1FB!
SEE SYMPTOMX ABttVF.I
NO FAMILY SHOCLD BE WITHOUT IT I
TAKE .0 MoBE BALSAM, MERCCRT, OR UU
PLEASANT MEIIICI.XES FOR CNI'tsAS
; A. T AXD DANGEROLS DISEASE.
HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCBff
In all their suigi s,
Little or no change in Diet;
At littl. Expense
AND NO JZXFOSCRE.
Use HELMHOl.irs KVTTT it nrmsrr r .
arising Irom iiabiis uiduiged in j ,ji
. . . ..... i ISJ I
BY l'OCNG AND OLD,
And fer disi-as.-s arisinir from habits of dissition tell
removes ail iniprnpor dLscimrges; anu will restore the
pationt in a short lime to a state of health aad puritr
- - uiausacaiuiu aiitf.
Hons of tho ni'ist distressing charactT.
Lse tisimiiM s Jaract Buchu for all atfeetionsV ad
liseases Ol" the 1
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and ao matter of
HOW LONG STANDING
AO ' ac above diseases and symptoms admit lb.
sam .reatment nnd may originate from the same cause. -
READ! READII EEADltl
H3AIIX1.D'S 15CBHU is safe and pleasant in taste '
and odor, but humediatc ia action. '
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of La.
city of Phiaideiphia, H.T. HELHBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworu, does say that his preparation con-i
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs but is
purely vegetable, '
II. T. rrLXMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer
fr'worn and subscribed before me, the 23d day NeJ
WSI. P. HIBB.IRD, Alderman.
Price f 1 -r bottle, or six for fo, dclirered t. aay
ONE THING CERTAIN,
A Trial Ccsts Inl a Dallar Try it !
Au-t be convinced of its efficacy. And it in acoompan.
hit by tellable and resininsiblc certidcales froos ProfeeJ
sors of Sledical Colleges, Cleigymeo ana others
H. T. HELSIBOLD,
PractK'tl and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
NECESSA RT CA ETIO -hould unprmeipled Deal
ers try to ia!m off another article, which pays a better
prctiland is worthless, ask for Helmbold s, take a."
RAINS t BR0W7T,
Wholesale and Retail Agents, KashrVefl
S"ld h nil Draggists everywhere. .
OH BARRELS Timothy Seed;
wUM " Blue Grrss de; ' 5 -
20 " Orchard Grass do;
20 Herds Grass do
In store and for saie k'w by
septl7 HUGH lIcCREA k C4r-
Just received by '
NO 38 UNION S.AEET.
THE MOTHER IN-LAW, by Sirs. Sonthworth,"
tbor of Lady of the Isle complete in I vol tl 25.
Language without a master.
Latin, Spanish, Frenci., Italian and German lanrn
esw ithont a master. Any one, or al! of Lheso -iu.igce
can be learned by any one without a Iran
with tlie aid of this book. Price $1 25. otl-
JSl.nes Tor- tlie Million.
HAVE hi store, a large and superior stock of Boot
Shoe. and (iaitors, to which they call the atta.
tun of all m ho w&h good shoes and at rtmnriaUf k
Uur vnicK i.r (..ecuetuec is targe, and enibraa
every variety, both sewed and pegged. The ladwy
will iind every styla of tktiters, with and without
hc:!s. Also, .-iii.i'rs. Buskins, Ac. fur Bori aad
Youths, ihss. e an I children. W. haven targe stoak
an t of every variety.
PLANTATION SHOES.! '
We wnuM call the attention of Planters t. oar PRfc
MItU KKtaiAX, whah is a must superior article
Also, Kip and thick Urogans, Dtitch Bow Car wwmao.
heavy double Sole thick I toots. Our snwk et 11 a
tx- 'i luiu cuimi Aor mil anu winter Si nrgv u Eo .
Vie nave taken unusual nams in genus up oar .to
this Cj.11, and w. are satiil.eA that we will giv. aalA
tsn and iuduixnieiiu to aa Cash aad prompt pay I
customers who shall give us a call. . ,
ccLS-U a ' -
W. 51 AX EY & CO 7
NO. 4 MARKET STREXT,
Wholesale aud Ileiail DUr
TrsnzIit and Cast Jroa Cdckorn,
1 vrt a...r v nf h em 1 1 n l ii I nm
and coninvHS Tuiwara, firaas KaohM, Ffit
.- ., . ll, i a ...ILM S M . .
Jars, topper bottoms, , m.
. lUV aad w41 aateMed .tuck
i . w, t r Im S BCSiZHMB.
- Ant ate sa itQ&i. r
k tt awy arla ihikt' f
s, whMsi Lk ar. dat "
mined to swli Uw for cash or to paacLaat .tauera. ,
Jut wurlt or .very kind tubaued and sswail tttss
tioa giTen toi W are also praparad Wsat
eultoring, a. bast tamm puas&ls K-
eptn-.'n - iaa .. , . ,.