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PUBLISHED DAILY. TUI.WEEKXV. AND WEEKLY. BY A. 3. CAMP :& CO.. NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET, i
NASHVILLE, TEN ft". TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1800.
NEW SERIES M). 1534.
Daily, perannnra... ? 52
Trl-weekly, pwunum, "'ana'
Weekly, per annum
2 One Woekiy for two years, or two Weeklies
for one rear, ic aivauc,. ""?,.
' Wnenthtoly.Wweeklyor Weekly to be dia
continued fpaiJ in alvanee at the lime subscribed for),
the subscnbar most order, otherwise it wiU ba coovin
oed. at oar option, until pl and stopped, If
not paid, it win b pail the time of discontinuance,
or at our option If the party is good, It wul ba tent
Remittances b'y mall, la "registered" let ten, at our
Steam Press Prinlinj; Concern!
A. S. CAMP & CO., Prrprimrs,
Ho. 16 Deaderick Street,
It Publi-ked Daxly, Tri- Weekly and Weekly.
. -S ir annum.
$5 per annum.
....... $3 per annum.
The Patriot Is an earnest, active and indefatigable
npporter of the Constitutional Cnion cause, and in the
present can for the Presidency will use every hon
orable eflort v .i promote the election of Cell and Evnt
arr. To enable as to labor with Increased efficiency
we ai-k our party friends to aid us in extending its cir
culation. By the pir-chMe ol the printing establishment of the
.V-w. and f.ent additions oT new materials from the
fc -u-: ies, u-e Job Officx of the Patriot has been made
v largest sad most complete in the South-West. It i3
va. . npl--i with the most competent workmen.
r u l-n applied to our presses, which are of
;ii ; kinds. We are prepared to print, in the high
t". .3: . . i of the art, plain, in colors, or broue,
, . 5TER3, HAN-DULLES,
OGRAMMEa, BILLS IDLVG,
;:r.oW CART3, SHOW BILLS,
H LL HEADS, BAIX TICKETS,
T -ilLROAD W0RZ, STEAMBOAT WORK,
... LAY TICKETS, MPLOMA9,
is-.! . jJeed, everything from the smallest Tip to the
-rA.joth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
; ua large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
(? the addition thereto of tne subscription lists of
,fcl renders it an excellent advertising medium.
K ,li better in the c;ty.
We solicit orders, at oar office, Xo. 18 DraBER-
A. S. CAMP 3c CO.
Dry-fiords my (heap.
TAM now in reeeiot or my lage and well assorted
stock of staple and Fancy Dry-Goods, which I am
offering at very low prices.
As quick sales and small profits Is my motto, I am
willing to take op with the latter to accomplish the for
mer and will offer great inducements to all who will
favor me with a call, especially to cash buyers. Conn
and see tor yourselves. DAVID HUMi'HREY,
sepi21-tf No. 22 South side of the.-quare.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE
ISHI'G to make other inrimenta, we propoeo
i 1 1 .. .A TT r in I .o t-1 . '. ri rt nSk
Q & UUJ )Utt. 4BMkW JW rw wv.
That Suburban Residence,
situated on the Franklin Turnpike, within half a mile
of the City, and oppuaile the rtsUeiice of the late Jo
seph W. Uurtun. This is. j)erh.iis, the must eoinauind
ing site in the vicinity o! Nhvule, and is a must de
slreable country residence. The house will be sold
with 12 or 15 acres of land as the purchaser may
. That Valuable Farm,
known as the guns Tract, situated on the Smith Turn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three mi'es of Nash
ville' cooUuuinu 330 acrts. The soil is gnod, it is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into suuil
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which aie
admirably adapted for country residences, market gar
ceos and dairy farms. A .so, that
on the same road, now occupied by T. C. HcCampbe!l,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 260 acres. This putce is so well known as to
need no further description It will also be divided to
suit purchasers. T. C McCampbeil will show these
places to any one who wiil ciu
All the above property wil oe sold on reasonable
terms, and on a credit of one two, three and four
Apply to A. V. S- Linosley, KasIi llle, or to either
ot tne undersined-
TH03. C JIcCAiPBELL,
Six mile .mm NashviUe.
J. A. McCAJIPEtLL.
nousr-keepjiig 31ade Easj.
THE WHEAT CHEER TTATT CAKES will always In
sore good wbieoine bread. For 15 rents you
can (ret one uvz n Vcait I'akes, which will make 60
larx loaves of the h"t brea i-
5l 0 CAKIS SILVER s-OAP, hourly expected by
express. Almost every fain: y in town Las used it.
Fof Spring clean irj: it 13 mv.iubie lor wasnmg Pauit.
Looking GaseS, Gi-ded Work, ilaibl", i.ver or Plated
REFRIGERATORS. W have sold a larre lot cf
thoee famous PLLaticlphta IU:tru;eraturs. We liave a
large let coming. They are warranted to give satisfac
tKi u they are not only the best but they are the
apt 11 if MACKENZIE t ilTSCHIX.
IVo. 19 Public Sqn.iie,
WIIOLCSAL.K A1ND RCTAIL.
Snrjical and Dmtal lastrcinents,
1IEDICAL SADDLE BAGS,
SOOCLDER BRACES and
git Lux et Lux Puit
COAL OIL LAMPS
"1 T E have Just received another supply of Coal Oil
V Lamps, amucg wbk-h are some very handsome
pat terra (or parlors, all fitted with the Collins burner
which is the last improvement and is immeasurably
superior to any othex lamp now before the public for
softness and steuduicss of dame, freedom from smoke,
simplicity in cot-rtruciWin, beauty and elegance in fin
ish, cleanliness and economy. Uue Lamp w ill give the
, light of four candles and dues not cost as much as one.
The Oil we have imported to burn in thee Lamps is a
clear, beautuul artice. free from any offensive e lor,
leaves no grease spot lB sput npoo carpet or cloth
ing and wul not explode
RAV.VS, BROWN CO.
Wholesa" k Retail DrogjSii, No. IB Public Square
Kasheillw Tenn. mar. 16 if.
TO MEDICAL STCETi.
K rv CASES Tiemaa's Bisecting Instrumenu jest
UU received aca tor sale by
C RAIX3, BROWS t CO
I r BARBEL COAL ( IL, superior article, )ust r
X J ceived and for sa.e low b v
septiJ-tf RAt.Vi. BROW.V hCJ
. Burning Fluid.
n 'AXXETfS OH Srm OU, Lard Oil, Ccsl Oil, Lin
J seed OU, lor Sale at
feb25-U EAT.'S, C50WN t CO.'S
Coal Oil Lamps.
6 DOZEN Coal OU Lamps, of varaics style, fitted
with the celebrated CuiliaS Burner, for sale by
feb35-tf BAXXaS, bKOWN - CO.
Exti a Fine Teas.
Of all the favorite brands Xe Puis Cltra, Can Pow
der, btiver Leaf, Young Hvson, Uuwque alxxtures,
Imperial and Bck- For sale by
anr21-tf KAJN3, BT.QWX t CO. ;
. FLOWER POTS.
C ifn COZEV HowiarPoU, assorted iza,tar sale
lUU by P-AlVj. SKuW.n Jt CO.
pr 72LB- COAX. OIL, a very supwicr artxue, Just re.
etved and tut sae bj
Ti.E ST. CLOUD nOTJI,,
J'nlarged and IJ tfuniislied.
'I'HE ondersigned having taken the ST. CLOCD
I HOTEL, has enlarged it tnateriallv. and refurnish-
' ed it throughout in the most elegant style, wLl open
tne house to the public on lhursday tiie in inst.
July 2 dtf. CO
0h Ihc Enroptan Plau,
" CITY OF XEW YORK E
Sirgle Rooms 50 cenls per Day.
C ty Hall Square, corner of Frankfort
(Oppoe.to City UaU.)
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the epadons P-e-fecuiry.
There' is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the HoteL
X. B. Bswa&s op Rfx-ykks and HACitim wbo say
wearefiilL 1ft. tnEUII,
lc-oiLci Kept. lOtli,
THE Tennessee Cofloe and Dining Hall. All the good
tbinirs of the season will be kept constantly on
band. J. T. BIGG3'
-S c5 Sli
OOSXXX CEDaK AXD CBKBBT STSEST8,
asrirllle. ... Tennessee.
rHAVE made extensive arrangements for the receiv
er of all the ilelecacies of the coming season, of
Fish. Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
most celebrated beds. Pirkeis and condiments from,
the celebrated establishments of Cross & Black well and
Lue. & i'errin, with a large and well selected stock of
Wine-, Liquors, &c, &c.
Excellent COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
under the superintendence of that well known Epicure,
Mr. CHARLES PICLFS.
On and alter the 15th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, f)AY ASL NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arrangement to their
HEMRMBES WE METROPOLITAN. -
UK ION RESTAURANT
i IM -Sk
A. . JO..AUO,
Uitinn t., oppo-ife State Hank
'PAKE pljasur m hihm in ng the public that they
A have recently fitted up a Hue
Latin and D.iukiiig Saloon,
as above. They will keep constantly on hand a good
suppiy of GAME, Ui'oTEtti. FIU, &c 4c. They so
licit a shrae of patroDage. Good cooks and attentive
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
o. 53 Cherry street,
HAVING always on ha a fine variety of Soups.
Freoh Fish, Porter Aouso Ltaeks, Metsot all kind
and variety. Also, every variety of vegetables on hand
ready and served vt order in the best of style, would
rcspoctmlly invite the attention of their friends and
the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER it CO.
Ko. 63 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Express Of
fice, in Colonade Buildings. june22-tf
TUB IS A LIKES HOU-iK.
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietois,
Lio, 43, luion Nireel,
FCRNISUEtf Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arraugemeuis for regular supily o
Game uf every description. Kisit, Oysters, the very lies.
Wiues, and every other a. ticie of luxury which su
piesibiy be obtained Id Nashville. Ihe liwuse id m
vidtnl with the best of Cooks, and the best apparatus
for cookiui?. Ealing Uall utled up in handsoiu'. con:
fortabie st le. sep3 II
UIPKOYLD PIAX0 - F0KTES !
MAXCTACTOP.Y AXD SALEROOM
CORXER THIRD A TE2TCE, NEW TOSK
I OH a quarter of a century the Instruments mana
L Cicturcl at the above establishment have ranked
among the fi st in the couuTry. Their durability,
strength, and delicacy of tune and touch are highly a
preciated by ail who have inven tnem a thorough trial.
The prpricUir. by giving his personal attention to the
manufacture of each iul."um-nt, in al- Its deta.ls, is
enabled to guarantee superior excellence and reliability
In every respect- octS-3m
New Steinwav Piano
Al IaUcU's Music J4tovc,
Tio.45 Union street.
S Iuetruuieol is warrajjed nw -
d uoisixty days fmu the man
ry,as a ill be teen onexamioa- nTjfff'T f
I will sell at niaonfacturr's J " 'J
pr 4 without aildniouttl charge for freight. Thn
in want of a Piano will find it to their interest
call and exammo it before purchasing.
na'l 7 tT Mnaie IValwr . 4a fTw...
1AM now receiving my Fall Sfoekof Pianofortes from
the following Factories, which will be the largest
ever ottered in the city: Stem way ft Sons, A. H Gale i
Co., Haynes Brothers; Haz etjQ Brothers, Wm. Kauble
& Co., Peters and Webb, Light & Bradburry and doeb
beller ft Schmiui, all of which will be sold at a small
advance on cost for cash or negotiable paper. All the
new and popular Music Just received, together with
Accordeons, Violins, Flutes, Drums, Brass Instruments,
ftc. For bargains "come to me," at number 33.
aepil-tf lit J AS. A. UcCLCRE.
SCHUKTZE &. LUDOU'F,
ANl'FAC.L'REKSor Inosi Fkaxs, fo- -
UKAMl, MjtAKKind PAKI OK -
. aM flANO OKTS, made witb S J j! ffi
all l. tTti iirfirfn.Ai.il eouductiv. to li - a- li
u erknr.y of ln, touch ' nd d. rability, GOL
MrDAL-S warded at tje Fairs in Xew York, IS
'56 m I 'o5, t:id ti 1. Lruis, 189. lealers, Scbo
ud Families vii' aive iniky by calling before p
t-ha-ing. All iniru u. uis K'lara-iteed lur turee y
Vtarero jiM. 4oi lirl J IF. Sf , ( lew doiri Wee
Rmiiiwav,) V. w Y.-lc. " f..b-Jl-
JOHNS &. CHOalaEY'S
Improved Culti Perth Ccmejt Eoofinf.
AS TBS CHXArESTASO HOST PCRaBU ROOR0 Lli CS. ll
b rikk a.tD waiaa rKoor. It can be applied toysw
arnloiD iouKiii inn D and to old auuigle nofs
mtKuut removing $kingltt.
I'uE COT IS o.NLY AiloCT OXE-THIRD THAT OF
Ti-V, AN'OH 1WICE A3 DCRABi-E.
Cctta l aRcna CiXKM for preserving and repairing
Tumid JlkTat Ko- rs ol every dVdcriplion.
Froiu lU gieiit eLsncny, is Dd u.jureu hy the con
tr. turn nhil eiiision u.ela.s,and mil not cioci
in eoid n t ran in wma walker. 'ilie niiite1.1 if
ha. e hreii tuoroogiiiy ti Sled lu Sew York and al'
parts of the Smiiioru aad Western Slates, and we
ran give aeunduit proof of mil we claim In their
jh-y are reJily applied by ordlewy laborers, al
IriCu g expsiiSv.
"kO HEAT W KEQUIPED."
There materials are put cp ready JVr use, and for
stiipoii.g to all partsoftne ounuy,with lull printed
directions I'T application.
F':li aev.-nptive circulars will be forwarded on ap
l l.cal on mail r ia person, at ;ur principal om
SI BKiA' WAY, f ppoaite t. -Sa hi laa U. fcrl,)
N.Y., 349 FULTu.N sr.", (op,os teCity Kali) BP.O
LY.V. JUH.VJi 4L CROaLEY.
A. n .MILT0N'3 BE HOUSE,
Oa Zlaaxixjt, WelneaJaTS ui FridAjs,
AT TEN (CLOCK A. It.
C9 This arrangement is made for the purpose o
ith ace imm latu-g buyers and planters, and 1 hope
Wul be sal itiac tori.
uarUa A. HAfTLTOyj .
ISTE WBO'O JKS,
. JUST R1CCE1VED BY " . ,
JOHN YOU K & CO.
The KeUys" and the O'Kcllys by Dr. Thone.
Marcaret MancrieCe by barlee Eardett.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne,' ' ; . .
The Duchess of Orleans. !
Poe and bis Critics. i
H'.mbldis Correspondence. ...
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe.
How to en icy Life.
Fawn of four Acres'.
living Reteseutaiion Men.
Art Recreations. -
HaLIts of Good Socvity for Ladies and Geiitle.r.en.
Lite's Morniiig Life's Eveniug.
Ntes on Kcr-sing by Miss Nightingale "
rJ Fureidis ny author of Lamp Ligtiier.
CryauV Eulogy on M'asbiuton 'rving.
Littt Be air by auibnr of Gamblers Wife.
Wores' U-ltera to Lord Macaulay, . - -
Tylney Hall a novel by T'uo.uas Hood.
Throne of -aT.jby author or. Priuce House of
David ' ' . ..
The Flor tee Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal P.eason Why rt'ord of God.
Friers-W ood Post Ollice by Hem, of Eedcliir.
Mademoiselle Mori a tule of Modet-n Rome.
S v Years, and other SM. y Julia Kavanagh
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GOIiKY'S LAblKS' Ba, for September
PETEItijN'S MAG.V71Nt, f'JT SopteeibtT.
' PtTEltiOX'S MAGAZINE, for leniber.
Just reeeiTed, and tor euie by
.... f v vr
JOHN YORK ft CO.,
Ko. 33 Cnion stree
It. T. FLE311NG,
11 O j ti Va , S 4i IX
62 Uaioa Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.) .
jfg- Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
"T7E should learn that one half of the children born
VV die before they are five years old. Give no
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the
The most 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, billions disorders derangement
of the stomach and bowels. Every uunily should use
them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE ft MEVaHS.
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! !
FLAGS ASIT TOUCHES!
JOHN LCCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
sortment in Nashville of everything in tho 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
for political processions. augl4-tf
JCST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and bags.
LADIES BON y FT BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. JOHN RaMAGE,
auglH-tf 41 CalJufteslreet
IXTM. T. WRIGHT ft CO., would respect-T
V V fullv inform the citizens of Nashville .
and the Dubiic souerallv that they have
purchasoj the well known Livery Stable and the stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, en
Market street, Just below the Square.
We have first-rate lots and box-stalls to accommo
date drovers, and all our friouds who may lavor us
with their patronage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of One Saddle Horses and
fine Buggies to hire at all times.
The fact is, we do not inteud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Coma along and see
ju3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT ft CO.
Furni-liitig a. 1 Fancy G od.
"7E are daily receiving adlitior.s to our already
VV full supply of FALL AND WIYTER GOODS. We
have all thu latoet styles ofDirts and Collars, stocks.
Cravats and Tk-s. We have any quantity of Gloves,
G'V'ntlets, Robesuspenders and all qualities of H-isia-ry
for both ladles and Gentleman Our stock ol Under
ware is rmiiif:ie. eir.bracuig '11 the heavier fabrics of
Pi!k and Woolen, suitable to the approaceing season.
These goods will be Sold at correspondingly low rates
wl'h t!o short crops. J. H. McGlLL, ;
sept24-tf Cherry St., one rtonr from i nkin.
Ciiclifrkii.- Shirts and Drawers,
Received and r sale by J H MoGHX.
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 o
Shirt.' . with One Embroidered Bosoms by
api5-tf J. H- UcGILL.
Baltimore Cell ind Dra?s Works.
No. 53 ;
Iki.ubalUK i. WEBB,
Keep on hand and make to order,
OF every size and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
rocjrps, which are warranted in all respects equal
to any made m the Cocntrt 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 CaXaLooiB a-d Pbicx Laff. ,
marl3-d6m . -
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
Ordrrg ean be Left in Box 9i, P. 0. ,
decltf . !. J. AWSEW,
X&XV FAMi STOCK
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholes le Deaiera In
Varieties ami. CloillnSi
No 8 Hicks Building, north side Public Square,
E invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail Merchants to our stock of
PALL AND W1NTESI GOODS,
ow in store and ready for exhibition.
Jf- Our wxk will he found unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall offer the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to ail prompt and responsible deal
ers. FITE, SHEPHERD ft CO.
augSO-tT ' ' . ,
Y- Seed Wiieat! '
Ctr( BAGS prluu Ciirly White Wheat, '
Uu 200 b.igs alediu-racean Wheat, selected ex
pressly for seed and tor sale by " ' - '
oct6-tf ; CONRAD, CHANDLER ft CO.
Ladies French Dress and Pack
- - " -'JI!S -Trunks. ' :;
joux -ul xiAu ;
42 CoIIepe Street, 7 '
:, liEAixa ix , . ; .
Ladies' and (sects Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra,
Larg. Dress Trunks, of the latest styles." Boat
EulUli Sole Leather Steel Spring Truuks; La-iies liou
h box., siBirte and Iirmb.-eTop; Talises,' Bags, ftc,
for sale at very low' prices. .- !
frBeStr . i . u. . JOTV RAM AGE
a n i n i: w vv i a i) ' s
. - AuVFAlTmSG AGENCY,
133 Xas.an St., next door to the Nassau Bank, X. Y..
Is the Agost for S'ashmlls Pjitiu.iT, and the best
ctreuloimg Journali! iu the Uniixd States, Canalas and
West In liea.
Hi; is autUoriz -A to recnivo aJvti thrnf.. for us at
our piMishyi raiex.
- - . - i!lt.lY,-
nv' BOOKS. -
CAN'OXBrnV HOUSE, by C. W. M. Reynolds, price 60
ADA ARL'-itiEL, " " " " 60
OUVIa, or t:ie Maid of H'rnor, " 50
CiLARLEV Fi'X'S Ft'uiopian Song Book 13
GIXihUE CHKI.-fY S Jfce Do., So. -2 13
THE 1'ATniGT ClUIr.R, by Sylvan us Cobb, Jr 25
THE MA.VIAC'a t-(Ki.T, " ' .... 25
THE 11AI 0 THE HAXCHE, by Pr. J. H. Robinsou. 25
UtrDl free of iwstas ou r:-cei.t of pi ice.
FilHliERlC A. BRADY,
No. Xa.is.iu street, Xew York.
Afniq waatj J. atij;3-ti" r
From VTSCnT-P., OWE-V ft CO., Ceueral Advertising
IlouSd, -liJpiol-iQ Bcilding, S40 Bjoadway
LIlalJT! UGH r ! ! lalGIIT !!
- iuxrjcn;snu op ixpooved
me, liiniplieie, F'jiii,"ini Cil cnd.
VS VAJUOCS 9TTXES aD FLVliH,
C U. A ri "O V Si i li 1 H,
' TO ORDER FOR
CHUROIES, COLLEGES, AXD PUBUC BUILDIXG
Xo. 132 Wi-lUiin Street near Fulton, Xew York.
Vesper Gas flight!
The ( heap est, Most Brilliant
MOiT .fO.WEXlEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
- IN THE WOULD!!
THIS GAS 13 generated from Pure Coal Oil, and for
elegance, economy, safety and simplicity caunot
be surpassed. Ihe lixures are in the same style as tbo
ordinary gas fixtures.
Principal Ag.-ncy at 47 Ccoperrs Building, Chei--ry
street, where the liht can be seen at any time.
jan!2-ly THl. H. TAYLOR.
Ambiotypes and 3Ielaiicutypes9
I (HE cheapest and the beat, am made at the Art
1 Galiery, corner of College and Uuiun su eeU. Da
guerreotype Pictures of uecoa-ied ie:so:is can here be
copied and thrown up to the IIfb izx i oRrRarr.
l'lease call and see specimens. '
C. C. HUGHES,
Principal and sole proprietor of the Aloincotype right
in .Nashville. noval-tf
E. R. GLASCOCK.
G. & NEWSOM.
Office College St., next door to Merchants' Bank.
Daalers ia and A for the purchase and
RE A LEST ATE,
Renting Hdusbs or Land in the city or country,
Will al-o give their u-jdiided atteuiion to
the Collection of .la.nu, negotiation Loaai,
E. II. GLASCOCK.
TTHX attond to all sales of Property of every do
V scription either in town or country.
Jan 17 tf.
Ciruiss Vies Wanted
'FHE Nashville and Xorth-wstern Railroad Com
1 pany wish to contract for 40,000 CEDAR CKUS3
TIES, 9 teet long, 6 uiclies thick, wen Hewn, to face at
narrowest place not less than 8 iucIh-s clear of bark ;
timber to be sound ; to be delivurod at the grade line
of the road in Xashvilie.
The contractors want to contract for 30,000 WHITE
or POsT-OAK TIES of the same size lis Iheaouve, to be
delivered ou the line of the road iu piles from section
14 to Section 24, enough on each section to supply Ike
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of tho Xashvilie and Xorth-westore Rail
road Comjiauy, Xauhville, 'i'.suiiussi.
U. 11. HAYXBS Co.
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and P niliasc of Krgroes,
16 Cedar St eet,
Between Public quare and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-tf. NashvUle, Tenn.
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank. J. Bitterlicli,
Xo. 15 Dcav'e ick .Stect, Tp Str.irs,
MANTJFACIUREH AND DEALER IN
Guns, Utiles' :im fcistos.
All work wrrantoJ to be of the Crest workmanship
an I of the m't superior q::ality.
Ri pauiut; done in the best manner, and war-niit.-l.
Xoi.TU MARKET 3TRLET.
T'HE unJ-.-jii:-.! Uojp l.uve to itiform his friends and
1 the ilnn; ilml lie Ilu MhI ou hand a number of
han-lsom.' v -tr. 1 ..; all k:ii-!s. and aspl.-ndid stud of
buggy and 6.-.'! lIo hor-s, for tbo use of fast young
tiis -n iri:HXG l.VI'l j'n iii.V.-. or for th: m coiii
moiLition of Youni; Aiu.-.-ica an:! Young America's
Wi:at man SiviiiL'. of ar.y sort of progressive snirit,
woiil.l l,e .:;(: ill to siifcil'ii !..-!:i;rl n Sl.nW Hi'.'RsK
when he knowis tLut an AXlilAL OP SPIIilT could be
. AT TliS LLVIATiUX SlAIiLUS.
Parties desiring Cuacln S for -PIC X1CS," and snfe
and careful Drivurs, siiuuld not forget wliat the papers
said about Tnz Xrsr Coach, from the Lcvutuax Livet.v
sTABiiS, ou Xorlh Market street.
J. C. ITcFZRRAX,
Fixe Insurance Company.
APITAL $150,000 ALL PAID IX.
OFFICE Corner of the Public Square,
will take risks again? t loss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods in Store, Ac.
Also, Marine and River hazard to and from all porta.
Risk on Sfgrocs against the Dangers of
': ;;- dire : urs.-
JOBS H. HHX, JOSEPH VAULT,
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON AXDERSOX,
6 M. FOGG, JAMES ELLIS,
ATjy ALLISON, X. E. ALLOWAT.
R. H. GARDNER, W. S. EAK1X,
THUS, L. BRAXSl'ORD.
JOSEPH TaTJLZ, President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. oct 22
Flouring Mill for Rente
THE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
River, just below the city, is offered for rent tho
remaiucer of the present year, with the privilege of
next year Applv to Tkkxks S. Foster, Cherry street,
or ' JAMES CORBITT,
janeSS-U - at the Mill.
J. W. YE ATM AN,
General Disehargnj, Collcctia? nod Deliver
HAS Resumed his old businuss on the. Wharf at H,
II Harrison's vtnee. . nov-9 tf
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. 69 Market street,
E have new on hand a full and complete assort
ment at MACH1XES. IMl'LEMEXTS. Ac. which
we Oder at the very lowest prices: '-.
Circular Saw Mils, double and single;
Male's Cider Mill and Corn Sheller, .
- . . Sinclair's Straw Cutters; - '
- - r -- "WTieat Drills; -
... ' Millar'g Steel Flows;
. field Boilers, e.
septli-tf . . ARMsTROXU k CO
laV ALL lTb UUANCIIES.
Shop on Church Let ween Cherry and College a la. ,
, yaslivillr, rem.. -
'I'HS undersigned respvcuully informs the public
' 1 that he tu racentiy taken the above stand and is
pre aed to do Ulacksiuilhiog in all its brancnes, such
Uorae-Eioeing, Buggy-Pajpairiug, ice., Ac, ic, in
the best manner and at short notice. He solicits
a share of public patronage. .
. J A3. TABFLET, i
24-tr " Agent...
Fcuthcr'nt-Tf i.k 3ianiLfie(orys
f ' vl g! .i i zrri
EjU)lil .I' i III l -rr--V43
' -1 'i i ,' -u t" i'" i ' . nSi-B i-ia. flirr - -y 1
PASSETT & CE0SSMAN,
XO. 61 MARKET STREET, XASHVILLE, TEXXESSEK
Mannfattanrs and Wlo'esale and Retail
DEALERS IS AXL KLNIlS OF
LADIES' AND GEMS' TRAYELIXG TRESES,.
Valises, Carpet Da??, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in ourlini, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low aa any other house
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by tlrst-class
workmen. All inutt admit the wisloin of buynig work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East exprcf- for jobbing.
We c-pecially favlte thf attention of Ahe Ia3i te
PATENT TR11K FOR LADIES.
It lias compartments for Bonnets, Presws, P.iraf"ols,
II rushes, and a water-proof comparun-jnt for Sponges,
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give as a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South ol the Square. -
june23-dly FASSETT & CROSS II AN.
W. W. HAMEER&! Co! ,
SMUT MACHINES. FLOUR PACKERS, BRAX DCS
TIOIS, GKXL1XE PITCH ANKER BRAX'B
XAXVPACTTBKRS OF POKTAIU
GRIXDIG A.D EOLTIXG FLOUR MILLS,
CORX and Feed Mills of all sizes, both upper and
under runners. Portable and Stationary Engines,
Boilers, Gearing. c, furnished to order, corner of
Western Row and Second sts., Cincinnati.
Mills can be seen in operation at our Factery.
mar 13-1 y
TV ft fit TT IT 11 TV II
f t Louis, ;M(j.
J:uts H. Kmith'aX
t . - - 1
St. Iuouia, Mo.
'T'HE undersigned, sole preprietors of the above
1 brands of Whisky, would respectfully caution their
friends and customers against the numereus imitations
of these well known brands.
The spurious article is invariably a nefarious pom
pound, whereas we guaranty the genuine, manufac
tured only by ourselvi-s. to bo free from ail obnoxious
ingredieuu. BiRTHCK D, S ITH, & CO..
1M add 13s Xorth Seoon4 xtreet,
apr22 tf St Louis. Mo.
Itnportaut to Uouse-Ki'tpcrst
E. II. DURKEE & CO.'S
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AXD PERFECTLY PURE,
bat ground from tresh Spices, selected snd cleaned by
us expressly for the purpose, without reference to
cost. They are beautifully packed in tin-foil, (liued
with paer,) to prevent iuiury by keeping and are full
weight, while the ordinary ."-pices are almost invariably
short. We v.-arrant thorn in point of strength and
richness of flavor,
BEYOXD ALL COMPARISON,
as a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manuiartured ou) v by K K DCRKEE & CO. ,
feblS-dawtf 181 Pearl street, New York.
COXFIDEMIAI; LlfESiRY BLREAU,
4S0 Broadway, Hew York City.
CO . F 1 13 1 1 .NT 1 A L, li US I i ES S,
(Of a Pricatcor Family Na!ure.)
TiMii.-actnl with Care and Efficiency.
PURCHASE of Bonks and other articies, forStu
ueuis snd others, executed ou Ceinmission.
Loau, to any urnount, ou 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 iuviolable secrecy.
Iaulios and Gentlemen wishing to carry on a Private
or Public correSmndencc ran have a box at this Ollice
for their exclusive use. For terms, apply in person or
Dy Letter. - .
jfg- Inquiries by letter must enclose ' stamp for
ff- AH communications considered in a Busidess
light and held strictly confidential.
A NOVELTY IN THE AST WOULD.
Photography upon Porcelain
. Secured by Letters Patent io the United
States, England. France and Bel
.ginm. Tne American Photographic Porcelain
No. 781 Bkoadwat , New Vori,"
Having secured their novel and ingenious invention by
American, and European patents, are fully prepared to
execute all erders for "UIXATCRK LIKEX ESSES OK
PER OXS OX CHIXA," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water -co lor drawing, and
a hitherto unattained quality of durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the natural properties et
the articles upon which they are transferred. v:
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
irregularity portraits can be reproduced with fault
less accuracy, and delicacy of delineation, npo por
celain wares of any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as , ,
URNS, VASES BREAKFAST COTS, TO j
' LET ARTICLES, Ac.;
thereby securing faithful portraits snd furnishing an
unique and exquisite style of ornamentation ef 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 Uie American Company are owners of the patent
right, and consequently the only persons authorized to
use the process, they bare determined, In order to af
ford People In every section of the Cnion an opportu
nity to possesH Portraits on China, te make the follow
ing proposition to residents in the country, wbo are
unable to visit personally ba Atelier and Galleriee m
New York: Persons sending a photograph, ambro
type, or daguerreotype to the oQlce of the Company in
New York, accompanied by mi 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 dagnerTeotype and Ttf boiiars,
they wiil secure in like manner, a handsome French.
Vane or Toilet Article, with the portrait reproduced by
the patented process.
By sending a pair of daguerreotypes and ririfgv
dollars, they will receive ia return a pair of rich
Sevres Vases, with the portraits executed equal to
mtnature paintings; and, in like manner, lortraiis can
be reproduced on porcelain ware or' Vases of every
quality of snish, ranging to pi ice from Twenty te One
Hundred dollars the pair.. . , ,
X. Bj Be particular ia writing the address, town,
county and -Late distinctly. All le' rs to be ad
dressed to 'MANAGER, ASiE-ilCAX p. TOG R APH1C
PORCELAIX CO.,' Til Broadway, . Vvw Yeuc.
-. eet&-Sta i . - .... ., , - - .
Feed for, stcn
THE Feed rd U S3 60 per barrel by
J!y23,'lS6(M-1 ' - " ,
II 1 1 i
A. T. It CALL. ' G. W. FILL
A. B. MONTGOMERY c7:.l raitmr
M GALL FALL
; V.'liolesale and aielail
DEALERJIN ; "
, til!S ttlLERT, ! .
El Gri .TOOLS,
Plows, Rakes , Cultivatofs,
BUILD IU" Q HABDWARE
KIRKMAN -.ELLIS' OLD STAND I
3-1,' Public Square, ;
HAV1XG adde.'. t our already large sto k of HARP
WARE and CLTLERY, a Una assortment ef FIRST
QUALITY - ' , .
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES, :
FARMERS, CARl'FN 1 L'iiS.
COOPERS, SMITHS, ai d
MACHINISTS' Tcol?, liapleuw nLs etc., &c.
We respectfully soiirit a call from eir friends, for
mer patrons ef ''M'tUit A C." and the pubite gen
M'CAIaIa & FAIaIa.
Klrkmaa k CI is' Old Stand,
Si FTJ-LXC SdUABX
m-dtt . .
E. C. M'NAIEY & CO
HAYB OX HAXV
0.E DINDRED U0LLS BEST
COLOREB AX WHITE
An Unusually Large stock of
PLAIN', PLAID AXD STRIPES
C 0 T T 0 N .
For SorvanU, which they wiU sail very lew by the
&f Persons not yet supplied wiil ceasult their inter
est by examining these goods, as we AJiS dxtbiu(Ixs to
GLOSS TEBQf OPt. ,
II. C. MeKAIRY Ac CO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those net yet supplied would do well to examine
thim, as we are determined te closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
K. C. McXAIKY & CO.
July 20 tf XO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SNYDER & FEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do Sole Leather do; 1
de "Cubinit" do; (a new article,
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do do do do Valises, (A-ailuml aud oilier
: styles:) which tliev are otr."i-iiig at verv redu-l
rates. Call at Xo. 21 luii!ic Square.
E V A A
.to. ' v
Are In. recci...
-liwtlle Inn Ulock
. Fall Stock of Foreign aud Co-
I U V GOOD3v
Varieties and Clothing
Hoots, Shoes, IIals7liomiets, fc,
Te which they invite tho attention ef the Trade.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
Malt, Boott dt Shoes, Ready Made Clothing
. Hardware, Queentwart, etc, c .
E. TRiBUE & W. n. LUCAS,
V Ko. 73 Public Square.
WE will sen every description of Winter Goods at
low figures to dose out as near as possible before
receiving our Bprmg Stock. Oar Mr. LUCAS is now ra
the Eastern cities soliciting consignments and purchas
ing job lots for cash and short time paper, aad we
premise oar customers and Merchants, making their
purchases In this market, that our stock will be large
and attractive, and we pledge ourselves that ear house
shall be head quarters for good bargains for cash: and
short, prompt paper. . .
Janl6-tf , TRABCE.lt LCCaS.
gf J, J, BEECH,
Whol ale Kctall Dru
y (acccaasc to a, a. oooutr co.)
' Corner Brosd and Cherrr stieets,
KASHYLTXE, ' TEXX. "
ILL keep always on hand a large and complete
- assortment of everrthins kept ie the Drug line,
which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest, and as
good as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to the satisfaction
of all good aitlzena wbo wiU tavor us with a call and
patronage. JQUX J. BEECH.
OX or about the 20th October, In Warsaw, Mies, my
Pocket Book was stolen from me, euatainlng a note
for Two Hundred Hollars, more or less, drawn by T.
Fanning, and endorsed by A. J. Me ; birir fc Co. The
public M hereby notified not to trade for aaid note. -i
Mv-tf- - ----- i. - ROBERT LAW.
Shelton's Zlarble Works!
Church street, aeit door te CoraeUns'a Cabinet shop
' ' iVaslxTiIie.Tenn., ;
THE undersigned would inform his frtonds -t'C
and the public rt-nttrttliy that he will coo- "'
tuiu the MARBLE BCSlXEaS m tlti city, at
his shop, next door to Corneiius'g' Cabmet . .T,
shop, on Church street, and calls atteniion to
the stock of "
Which be baa on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great .variety, finished m Ahe most auperb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the sUorwet notice
Karble Mantlei; and every description of Marbl
Work, of nuest Amarwaa aa J Italaa Marbi.- liia
work will, as heretofore, be waracted, and bis pricea
to suit the time- ii- L, fcUf.l TuX.j
Jan tf. . .
JXO. T JLiGAX
Medti! .Mr i s:.:: ;e fKisi::
Cr R E E H &
' G Unittn trrtt,
HAVE just received a beautiful assorlmect r;
MeUiiiolype L:k-n..ss of to.- CcnJidates for Pre
sident and V;ce President. CaM and get one of those
beautiful -Charms'' or Meflais" repregentc-g your
favorite CandilaLe. Forsuk-by GK1XX&CO.,
Xo. 6 Union Street.
LTTERARY AXD XEWiPAPETtS P.ECIEVED REGULAJl
GREEX &, CO., Xo. C, Uuion St.
N. Y. ledger; :
" IUnrated Xews ;
' Wa verl v ;
" Weekly; .
f " rt- iri--
Fhuj of our Lnn;
Hai er's Weekly;
Hi itiie Journal.
PLiiadelpliie hvea'g Xews;
Leslie's niuslrated Xews;
WiUc's Soirit of LboTims-
Porter's " " " '
London liiui tr-ated Xews;
Bell's Life in Lontlon:
i.oui.-villa Journal, Ac
i. Y. Clipjier;
- w York H.-rald:
The follow hij Magazines ai e rec.iived Motuhly :
Barper's Monthly; LpIU's Magnzice;
Peterson's Migaziue; Godey's;
Eclectic; Irving, and the Knickerbocker.
PICTURES Colored and Tin
colored. A largc and splendid assortment.
1iirTi";;CAL PLAYS. A large assortment.
i..rs:uby GREEX t CO.
c-.-tlO-u Xo. C Cuion street.
BIN ii HAM, SilJLLEX &. CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO XICHOL, GREKX a CO.
Produce and Commission
No. 5 College Street,
JCST RECEIVED AXD WIIX KEEP COXSTAXTLY
on hand ,and for sale at the lowest market price,
Oat?, Bi n ii,
Wl e it, rlVt ,
Bucket Heat Flour,
In Hoit and f-.ir siile by
QUVtillAA', aiULLCX, & CO.
. - - 'aw 7J
-- -y :
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to my old friends and
customers that after an absenr of two years, I
have agam returned to resume the practice of the
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART in aU its branohes, bavin? pur
chased the interest of my brother in the old establish
ed Gallery in Union street, and having sK-nt lour
months si Xew York the past Summer to obtain fully
all the Ute improvements in the art. I liave painted,
renovated and enlarged tho suite of Room liiroujrhout.
That my facilities are now baier to produce tlrst
class work tlian most (iHllerir can loa.t uf, and con
duce to the comfort of our patron. I trust not ouly
to sustain the proud pmiliou the Gallery ha hereto
fore sustained, but to elevate it to a rtill higher siaud
ard. I liave also engaged the services or Mr. CKK,
one of the best Photographers in the world, who took
the Pictures which obtaiued the Brst premium at the
World's Fair in London, in ISM, and I aiu determined
not ouly to make this the ieadiug Gallery in the State,
but mv work shall not be surpassed North or South,
and now introduce to the public the Mlowing now
Impiriaf PhotliKraph, India Ink,
Vig TK-tte. piaiu or colored,
Pate Portal Pictures, lift site.
Photographs on Canvass, Iil'e size,
Visiting Cards, full lemrth plain,
Autouraph Photograiluj, IS Uiken at one sitting.
Slere-.scVp', on glass or pap r.
I still comioue to moke thu Melainotypo and Am
brotype as heretofore. The above styles are all en
tirely new in this city, exeep' the Autograph Card,
when but one made at a sitting. All who are in want of
anything in my line are politely Invited to give my a
call before visiting elsewhere, when I will prove by
occnlar demonstration the above facts.
Respectfully, F. X. HUGHES.
oct20-tf a. c. . c. a a.
weHts' Superior Water Boots and
Gents' Fine Calf Pump Sole Boots,
it i Double Sole Stretched Boots
K u " Pquare I-flee Boots.
it . Canada High Lace iflroes, heavy sole
m t " DoubleSoteSlitfihedGaitera.
. u . gcetch Bottomed. .
u u u. " I ace Boots.
i ' Calf Balmorals, te , Ac.
With many other styles Extra Fine. For s'e cheap.
Call and .xaratnel JOHX RAM AGE,
. 42 College Street.
HOW XOST, HOW XSTOSED.
Jut TublUhtd, in a Staled Envelope, .
A LECTURE OX THE NATURE. TREATMEXT AXD RA
DICAL CURE OF SltRMATOKKHoEA, or Seminal
Weaknen, Sexual Debility, Kervousness and Involun
tary Emtesions producing I to potency, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
; Br ROB. J. CUI.VERWELL, il. 2., " j
The important fact that the awful coueqaeDeoa of
Self-abuse may be edectually removed wilh-mt internal
medicines or the dangerous applications uf caustics, m
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, ia here dearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated anther fully explained, by meaus vf whicb
everyone enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised ooetrnma of the day. This Lecture wtti prove a
boon to thousands and tuonanns. . -
Sent under seal to any ad'ireFs, ner-rAm, or 4i re
ceipt of two prwtac stamr-, by a-l'ire'ir.j Dr. CllA.
J. C KLLNE,4!0 First Arwvse. N -w Ynrk, ro-n Ho
4fis6. . -; ... ... Julyla-daw till a;nil 6 '61
EMPUVi'MEXT. JjO A MONTH AV'j ALL fX
PEXSES I'AIP. Au Ay.-at la a.ti.te-1 m ev.-.-y towu
and county in t!ie Caitl r'til, to nn in a re
p.-ctable and easy busin -s Hj- which lib? iwve pv
613 may ecrtainiy be r.-aiii-il. For fa.l paLticuiars
address Dr. HENRY WARNrUl. ii last iiiUisi.,
corner of Ttr'adway't K Yi City. law.i.u.g Oiie
J. D. W. GREEX.
' ' ..; , Tor Sale. . t,.;, : ',
THAT comfnrtalde dweliiiitr, Xo. 165 Scuth Summer
street, formerly Lue rosiduuoe of RaRsell LWusum,
- Al, Xo. 15 North Saunr street, the preeent Ksl
4eac uf Ju. Currwy , Lfe- At-oiv w
i. EAR&UAX, President.
aegl-tf "'" k'uiun tk of It -
RATES OF ADVERTISING
(TEX UXX3 OS LEU TO CO-XSTTTCTK A SVVASX.1
j One Square 1 day $1 00 each additoaai tnaertioa $ M
- 1 week, 3 00 each additional eqaero M
" " 2 " 4 60 " " t 00
" "1 month 6 00 " . i . 1 " a CO
" "2 J 08 " -."" - 4 M
" " 3 12 00 " " - -- 0
" 5 " li oO t- i g oe
" ' it M ss oo . v !.--! m
aasxwAaut at ntmnx - f
One square, one year, $30 esch iditi sqaare N
" rateu notice must be given to take out and sum
advancements of y rmr'.x advertisers beinre the year
expiree . otherwise we s!l charge till deoe. ..-
Xo routract tf yearly adv-rtiaeuMsts wU ba disoiei-tiuii'-'l
without previous notice te us, ior vl aay
ch-;rp be made for less than our year at the vvariy
i Adver i isrs ezosarlina' tVie maea un.
! tractod for will bo charged for the xees.-ea
:auiilloaul : Xotice.
A fOM'AT, StiT. 3nr, srR IRWIX will epea a
J-X School for Girls in the Basement of the Fresvte
ria?i Church . EdpeQeKL Ammgemenu have been niad.
l cive a full and thoreugU Academic aad, CalleutaM
Tlie Lady employe-l te teach Music cannot fat to give
You. P. F. iSANTEL, a Dative r France, aad a grada
ate t the Rvyal Colleee of Algsera, wiU teach PreooU,
pauifh. Italian aud llouern breek. Alou.hai.tet pre
Sents the b-st trtimoniaii from many CaUiCAruSbea
perwiDF. - ,
Air. K. J. Meigs says of Uon. Skmtel: '-lie bere
teaching ray sou suuie time, and this practioarf arial at
him convinces nic that he deserve to be Irssted V
plicitlw as a Teacher uf French.'''
The regular Lairs per S-iou of ave mocths are tit
tin and . . , .. '
Masieoji lb? Pisne ' ........ 00 1
lulin and Urvek , 0 00 '
Modera Languages 20 00 '
Crochet and Needle work i 04
Pupils w iu be charged from the time of entermg
to t Uc eud of the r.si,m. TU, buis m he iayable at
the middle of the Session. ao)fMr
GEaMIIVE puep-a ration
HELMBOLD'S BUCIItr for the Bladder.
HELM ISOLD'S BL'CUU for the Kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for the Gravel,
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU (or the Dropsy,
HELM HOLDS Bl't HC for Nervousness,
HELMBOLD'S BVCHC for laass of itumory.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHC for Ilimness of Vision
HELMBOLD'S BIVHC tor Pithcult Breathina.
HELMBOLD'S BL'CHC tar Weak Nerves,
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Universal Laisitade
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Horror of lAsease.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHC for Xightweata.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for W akefulness
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU lor I'rvnt of akia.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHC for Krupuous.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for llm in the Back
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Heaviness ef th. Eyelid
with temjionirv suilnsatioo iai kat ot sight
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU lor Mobility and' Reetlet
nif, with want of attention and horror of society
HELMBOLD'S Bt CHU . or tetructions '
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU lor Excesjee arising from
indiscretion, and all diseases of
FEMALES IEM ALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR 1'OCNO, SINGLE, MARRIED. OM CONS
TEMP LA TING MAMMJAGE,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
IA EE NO MOKE PILLS,
THET ARE OF NO A TAIL.
1HET ABE OP NO A TALL
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACl BCCHU
IS THE VEBr BEST
REMEDY IN THE WORLB
For all complaints incident to the aez, whether arising
irotn indiscretion, iiabits of LUsaipatiou, or ia the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE I
SEE SiMPlMS ABOVE!
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
JAKE NO MO BE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UN
PLEASANT MEDICINES FOR UNPLEAS
ANT AND DANGEROUS DISEASES.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCBV
In all their stages, -Little
or no chauiw in Diet:
At little FxpL8.
AND NO EXPOSURE
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU for exc
arising from habita indulged m
BT YOUNG AND OLD.
And for dis-sss arising trvm habits vf dissipation It
removes ail improper tliscuarges; an- wiU reehre the
patient in a s-hort lime to a Ftxte ot health and imrity
L'se Hflmti-ld't Extract Budku for diseases and afltf
tlous of the niituitr$ing charac ter.
Use HtlotUviJ't Extract aVucAk lor aU aflVctmos ad
diseavs of llie
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE
From whatever cause originating and no matter ot
BOW L0NO S7ANDLNQ ,'
A11 ae above diseases and symptoms admit e tho
asm irealiueul and may originate from the saue raue.
READ! RKADU RZADllf
HELMBOLD'S BUEIIU is safe aud pleasant ia taste
at:il odor, but immediate in act am.
Personally appeared Ix fore me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, II. T. HKLMBt L1, Chemist, ho
being duly sworn, dues say that h preparation coo
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drags but is
H . T. HELMBOLTl, Sole Manufartur '
Sworn and subscribed before me, the i34 day ef XoJ
WM. P. HIBBAJa), AWermaa.
Price $1 j-cr bottle, or six for (i, ouiivrred te anv
ONE THING CERTAIN,
A Trill Col bul a Dollar Try it !
And be convinced of its eQU-ary. And It ii accomiain
led by reliable and reciiotiKible certifloatee from Prate
sors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen ana ethara
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Prartical aud Analytical Chemist,
104 South Teuth street, below Cbeeiaut,
NECESSARY CA UTIOs should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm olf another article, which yays a better
profit and Is worttiltw, W for lielmbold's, take ae
other. - ' ; -
RAINS ef 0rrjT,
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Xaabrfe
fUd It atl DrmggisU etxrytrhere.
Just received by ."
JOHN YORK1& CO-
XO 88 TflOK Sa-IEET.
THE MOTHER LN-LAW, by Mrs. Pouthworth,
thor of Lady of the Isle eompiete ia 1 vol $1 ti.
Language without a mast r. l
Latin, Spanish, French., IbiUaa and German fautgn
got wilhoat a master. Any one, or all of lbee
gnages can be learned by any one without a Uae
wiLh the aid of this boon. Price SIS.' ectl-
Sliocs tor the milow.
SaTiEII dTf ItlZZELL
HAVE In store, a large and eapenor stock ef Boot
Shoes and. Ga:trs, to which they call the attea
l ton of all who wish good shoes aud at i .iiii iiihif k
Our stork for Gentl.men is large, and enbraee
ev.-ry variety, both aewed an! fmfi. The tadj
wi4 nna every style or U altera, wild a ! sriint4
hei;ls. Also, Slippers, Busl-.un. ., for Jtoys a4
Youths, Misses ad chiidrea. We have a lare aeoak
an l of every vwiety.
, PL ANTATIOX SHOES.
We would call the atieutloo of Plan ten t owr PR
M1UM BHUGAX, which la a most supertor artmle
Aio, Kip and thick Erogans, Ptiiea Boots for wmeu
heavy double vole thick Boots. Our ttoek oi Uat
Boots and Shoes fur fall and w inter la large aad foe
. We haw taken unusual pains hi getting up ear Slock:
th a fall, and we are sat ill ed that we will give rtittrfia
tton and inducrrar:ita to ail Cash aad preenat pay g
customers whe shall give as a call.
on3-tf - a
P. W, 5IAXEY&C0
KO. JIARKXT gTKKET,
Wiaoleaile aud Retail J?eaievra
ren?at anJ Cast Iron Cock!St6TC$; .
XI every variety of heatin atetna. Grata,
t. plate, Cofper, IrOf , Wire ianc, Japaued, yreai
. j . o... V c 1 . Vr '1 l.n.
win mqniuuu iiuwv, 1 -
Jars, Copper bottoms, fcc, a Are new te ree-Sja
kiaigtt and wcil a4-iea sm ca m "7 rsie
keiil in tnir line - rLiuia., wu imecj kk
.u inn for cxh or te DtiacUial dttt.
job work of everr kind solicited and sl atMat
tka ivea toi We are also prepared t de IfeuOlie,
ftuttaraig, oeat manaar poat t
.ae'lo-'n .: ". ,. J
' ' soiid-liand ISnroiicIae)
ft GOOD cuy maiie Family Burouche, but lilUs
r for rale cheap ey
tiU--J - , I EES' 9. sihelxs CO
: POTASH. -
VE Thousand pounds Potash a hand, ml tor vela
bT - KAi-,aow.'ice.rt
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