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NASHVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, I860..
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apporter of the Coaatituti-joiii I'uion ca'i?e, mid in the
present canvass for the Presidency will use every hon
orable eSort to promote the election t'f Eixl and Eek
btt. To enable us to labor with increased efficiency
we ask our party friends to aid us in extending its cir
culation. By the purchase ol the printing establ-shment of the
Acio, and reo-nt aJJitwms of new iru-U-rials from the
ftmndries, the Joa wtick of the Patkiot has been mtiie
the largest and most comyiete in the Suih-West. It is
also supplied with Uie nmst comiieU nt workman.
Steam has been apoiied u our presses, which are of
the best kin-U. We are prepared to print, in thj h:sh
st style of the art, p'-ua, in co'.ors, or baze,
PROGRAV1IES, EiU !U'ING,
SHOW CAFJcJ, SHOW 1:11X5,
BILL HEAT?, B.Uh TiCKKT-S
RAILP.U-U WORK, STilMI.OAT WOrJv,
DRAY TICKETS, Ki'IXOlAS,
Aad, indeed, everything from the smallest T:p to the
mammoth Poster, or the Wast I-amphlct to the Iargvst
The large circnlatmn of the Patriot, great'.y augmen
ted by the addition thereto of tn subeenpii-in lts of
A, renders it an exceUent advertising med:um.
Xonc better in the cUy.
Hg- We solicit orders, at ocr ofSce, N'o. 16 rniOEX-
A. S. CAMP Ac CO.
Drj-?icids very h?ap.
TAM now in receipt of my large and well ?sorted
stock of staple and Fancy Ijry -Goods, which I am
offering at very low prices.
As quick s-ilcs and small profits is my motto, I am
willing to take up witli lae Utter to accomp;i.-h tb-ior-mer,
and will otter great inducements to who wi.l
favor me With a cail, especially to casb buy eis. tome
and seelor yourseivei. I'AVIL) ULalrmlr.1,
sepUH-tf Xo. 22 South side ol liic -uuore.
VALUADLE KEAL ESTATE
FOE SALE .
''igrrVG to make other iav .tm-iiU", vre propose
t i- . . . . i.. i....-; -..n ... .,a
to sea a-1 oar nsai uuiw j ij., ,
That Suburban Residence,
rltuated on the Franklin Turnpike, witl.in half a mile
of the city, asd opposite tne rreuruw laic
aeph W. Hirtoo. Ihts is, perhaps, tj iuosicoinmaud
inx site in the viciniiv ul Niuviue, uu is a uist de
airabw coulry residence, lue huJj wil! bo Bold
with 12 or la acres of land as the pun-Uaier may
That Valuable Farm,
Known as the Sims Tract, sifjated on the Smith Tu-n-Dike
(old Lebanon roaii) wiiaai three nun of
TUle coctammz S30 acres. Ihe soil is g.iod, it H wed
watered and timbered, and can be diviled ml" sauJ
tracts oT twenty acres and upwards, ail of which are
.iinirabty a.Upted fr country residences, maikct tar
dens and "dairy farmiS. Aiso, that
on the same road, now occupied by T. C. McCampben,
and fonuerlv owned ly l-in jLiruig, .coniadiitg
about 250 acres. ILis pice U so wc.l known ai to
need no further description Jt will ao be divided to
suit purchasers. T. C McCauipbeU wiU show these
places to any one who wui c iu
All the alwve property wil. OJ soli cn reasonable
terms, and cn a credit of one two, three and tour
Apply to A. V. 8. Linoi-ley, Xsh Hie, or to either
ot tha undersigned.
THOS. C. McCAJITBnX,
Six mile .'otii Xa&hvi.le.
J. A. iicCAiXTULLL.
House -keeping Hade Easy.
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKFS will atw.iys in
sure good wh-iiesoine bread. For 15 -cuts you
pa get one dofn Yeast takes, which wid nunc 50
krjte loaves ol the b-t bread.
5t0 CAKES s-lLVEK rMiAP, hourly expected by
xprtss. Ainxist every fi.m..y in town has used it.
For Spring cleaning it is invaluable ;'or woiiiiig 1'aint,
Looking Glasses, biltfed. Work, Uarbl-, Suver or Plated
REFPJGERAT0R5. We have sold a larc lot of
those famous 1 hi:a.lc!phia P.efri;rerutrs. We have a
large tot coming. They are warranled to give satisfac
tion, as they are not only the best but they are the
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & iUXCIUN.
No. 19 Pulilic qajtie,
WOOLESALK AND RI1TAIL.
Surreal and Dm'al lu&trcciests,
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS,
SHOULDER BiiACE;, ai.d
Sit Lux ct Lux Fuit
COAL OIL LAMPS
W E have just received another supply or Coal Oil
V Lamps, among whic h are some veiy han iwme
patteru for parlors, ah Btu-d with the loilirs burner
which is the last improvement and is imuiesiirab:y
superior to any other lamp now before tiie peb ic lor
aoltness and steadiness ot name, freedom from smoke,
simplicity in cotu-tructn.n, beauty and eiepance m lin
Eh, cleanliness and ecouiny. One Lamp in give the
light of (bur candies and does not cost as much as one.
The Oil we have unorted to barn in these Lamps is a
clear, beautuul aiticle, free from any olfenive oi r,
leaves no grease sjvt when spi.t upon carpet or Cloth
ing and wul nut explode
P.AIXS, ER0WX CO.
Wholesale k Retail Druggists, No. 19 Public S-ii.ar
Xashviiia Tenn. mar. 16 if.
TO MEDICAL STUaE.T!.
CASES Tieman'i Iiss.-ctini Instrumcnu Jo?t
received and tor sale by
Ct2-U RAINS. BRUWX t CO
-f f BARRELS COAL OIL, superior article, Just r
I L cei red and for saie low by
septit-tf KaIX, B?JJff.VtCi
rt 'AXXER'S OOn Sperm oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil, Lin
1 seed Oil, for sale at
fcb2-tr rains, nnowx k co.'s
Ccal Oil Lamps.
6DOZEX Coal Oil Latn, of various styles, fittad
with the cekbralod Collins Uuroer. ior sale by
fcb2i-tf RAlXS, UioWX k CO.
Extra Fine Teas.
Or all Um favorite braBds Xe Pies Ultra, Gen Tow.
der. Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Uuwu.u Mixtures,
AiBivm ana if a-, x or
pjjXS, EPXIWX k CO.
FLOWER POTS; r ;
1 AH DOZEi rkrver Pdu, snorted ir,for sale
1U 1 1 by . , - , Kr'V-. liKu.VA CO.
C BHL3. COAL OIL, vary superior srtxle, Jest r
J ceivoa aj(4 tu tu by
fc2A-U RAIX3,EECWJf k COj
TLE ST. CLOUD. HOTEL, T
Enlarged and lief uruislied.
'piIE undersign e-I having taken the ST. CLOCD
J HOTEL, has enlarg.-d it materially, and refurnish
ed it throughout in the inxt elegant style, will open
the boisa to the public on Thursday tue Sih inst.
July 2 dtf.' co
On the European Plan,
- - CITY OF NEW Y0RK.J
Sirg!e Rooms 50 cents per Day.
C.t7 Eall Sqaare, corner of Franifort St.,
(Opposite City Hall)
Jleals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory, mere is a tsaroer s siiop and ttain Kooms at-taa-lied
to the Hotel. .
S. li. BEwa&E op Rcsxkks an Hjimra who say
wearefuil. It. I:Itt:Cll.
Jej vg Reslanractt
Ip.opcnci Sept. lOtli, -
THE Tinpee Coffee and IHning Hail. All the good
things o tU miwi w ill tra kcjil eonstantlv OO
hand. J. T. tSIGGS.
comra ocdas atd cbxrrt streets,
XaIiYille. - - Teuueaiee.
J. lOOCVV:, IToprietor.
rHAYE made extensive arrangements for the recelv
n of all the delfcacies of the coming season, of
KL-h Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
m!t c -l.-brated beiis. Pickeis and condiments from
the c'l-bratcdeptabiishm-ut)? of Cross & Biackweliand
Lea i 1'errin, wuh a large and well selected stock of
A"ine, Liquors, &c, &c.
Excf COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
un !er the s ip.Tint-uilance of that weli known Epicure.
Mr. CHARLES PUT. S.
On and alter the lath of September we will be pre
wired to w.m u.o our customers, DAY AXll XIGHT.
Kail way travelers will Bud this arrangement to their
a 1 vantage.
- EEXRStSZS HIE METROPOLITAN.
UiN ION RESTAURANT
a. ii j. Jo.xnu,
Uiiinn sf., opposite State Hank
'I'AKE pleasur n ihum m ng the pubhc that they
1 have reccct'y fitted up a h..u
I tiax and Drinking Saloon,
as above. They will keep constantly on hand a good
u-ioj.iy of GAME, OYSfhitiS. FISH, &Cn &c. They so
licit a sihrae ot patronage. Good cooks and attentive
wa l lei s. Sepl3-tf
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
No.. 53 CUerry street,
HAYTXG aiwa; s on ha a fine variety of Soups,
Frth Fish. Porter Aouse Ltaeks, Meatioi all kind
and vari.-iy. Aiso, every variety ol" vegetables on band
reacy and sorve-i n oruer in the best of style, would
reiiectiuuy tuvite the attention of their friends and
the public to gi ve them a ixuL
J. K. FOWLER CO.
Xo. 53 Ch'iry St., one door from Adam's Express Of
fice, Ul Culunade BuiiduigS- . , june23-U
TI1C BARNES UOUaE,..
1 Utt um
J. T. Earnes & Co., Proprietors,
4.o. 43, I'nlou street,
FCRNISHU lleais at all hoars, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements lor regular sup!y ol
Grime of every deeeription. Fish, Oysters, the very liesi
U iu -s, au 1 every other article ol luxury which tan
r.-ib.y be obtained iu Nashville. The bouse id Hi
vided with the best of Cooks, and the best apparaliir
for cKk:ug. Eating flail titled up in handsome, com
fortabie style. sep3 It
I3IPR0YED PIANO - FOIITES !
ilAXCT ACTORY AND SALESROOM
CORXEIt TIIIRD A VEXUE, XEW YORK
LOR a quarter of a century the Instruments manu
factured at the above establishment have ranked
among the & si in the country. Their durability,
st.-ecgth.and delicacy of tone and touch are highly ap
preciated by all who liave given them a thorough triaL
The r (m tt-ior. by giving his persiinal attention to the
m uiiiiacture of each instrument, in all its details, is
enaii:ei to guarantee superior excellence and reliability
in every respect.
New Steiawav Piano
At lattcU's Wusic Store,
IVe. 45 Cuion street.
S InstruineM is warranted new
d not sixty daycirom tbenian-
rr .as ill be seen ou examma-
1 will sell at manufacturi-r's
pr- ( without additional clutrge for freight. Tbn
in wautoi a Piano will fiud it t-tneir interest
call and examine t before purcbas ing
ma'17-r Mart! T'ealer. 4ft l'mo
1AU now receiving my Fali S'ock of rtanof ftes from
the lohowiug Factories, whicb will be the largest
ever offered in the city: Stein way & Sons, A. II Gale Jt
Co., Haynes Brothers; H.iz ttKj Brothers, Wm. Kauble
& Co., I'elers and Webb, Ligot k Kradburry and Soeb
beller & Schmi-it, ail ol which will besotd at a small
advance on ci-l lor cash or negotiable paper. All the
new and popular Music just received, together with
Accord -oni, Violins. Kl-.tes, Drums, Brass Instrnments,
Ac. For bargains "come to me," at number 33.
septlo-tf uc J AS. A. McCLCRE.
SCUUKTZK & I.UDOJLFi
A X ( ' F AC - C R KK or iKosFaavc,
ti.AVO, .-gUAKE md PAKiOtt 'Srit!
i. ah fi.i.u ruKirs, maue witu T J 11 T 7
alTk e uiprveti.ei ts conductive to " 1
.1 er -ti:y of t e, touch -nd d nbility, JOL
MHiAl.- twared at tie Fairs in New Y01K. 18
6ti an 1 '55. nd 1 1 Si. I. 'uiu, 18" "ealers, Soho
ud Fun -hes a'il1 stve money oy calling bef.ro p
ua-,ti. Aiintra nents it'i ira itee.l lor Giree y
arero-n4."i2 KA K4E ST , ( lew door Wee
Rnuilsiv.i V. Vo-k. foh'21-
Jlli.!-. x CUO L.l2Y'st
laifrorid Gutti Perth i Crme.tt Eoofinj.
If TH C1I AXD XOST DUSaRLX KOOSINO I C8S. Il
! fik .u walks ntoos. It can be applied t- asw
iui! 01 o .oops or i 1 tu D and to old ao ingle rooU
tcUkuul rrmfcimj Vie ikinylet. - -
ME COST a M.Y A3iiCT OXE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN', AVIUS 1WICE A! DCrSABl E.
GrTTa Fbrcba Cuiet for preserving aud repairing
ris and Ultal ho- fb ol every dexripiion.
Froii. Us gieat elasticity, is Dt U.jured by the Con
r. tiou aad etins'OQ ol u etais,ua( will not ci aci
imeuid n T run in ica m weather. Ihe niat.-.i..is
tiaee bri. tborHigliiy I sled 10 New Vork aud air
.art of the Souiberu a jd Weslern States, and w
can give abundant prouf of all we claim In theii
1 h y are readily applied by ordinary laborers, Al
"NO HEAT B REQCTPED." -
These materials are put up ready for use, and for
sUippiug to all v-ru of the country, witu lull printed
dure ton lr ipicauoo.
Full lecriiv circulars will be forwarded on ap
l lical os b j uuilnr ia rson. at our principal olB
e SI BoUA' WAY. ( M posite t. Xk'HoLm H-.telJ
S.Y., 349 FL'LIOX .'.(uptios teCity Hall) HV.Wth.
LYX. - JOUNS CRUSLET.
'lobacco Kiilc uu)s
. - ' t . -. : -;
A. IIIMILTON'S WAREHOUSE, '
0a lloniajr, Wednesiays ani Fridays, '
, , AT IX.Y (CLOCK. A. If. T.-.
47 This arrangement is made tor the purpose
botu acomcxhaing buyers 0.a jlaalfS, aud I hupe
wul be satl-iry " . . :
aatll-tf - ' - - - " - T0K t
J it l
JCST RECEIVED BY - '
JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kelly s' and the O'Kellyr by Dr. Those.
Margaret Mancriefle by Charles Burdett-
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne,1 -
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
Mill on the Flosa.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardee.
How to enioy Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
living Reu-esentation Men.
HabiU of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lile's Morning Life's Evening.
Notes on Nursing by Miss Nightingale
El Fureidis ny autltor of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington 'rving.
Littl Be uty by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macaulay,
Tylney Hall a novel by Tbouias Hood,
lhrone of David by author of Prince House ot
The Florence Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblocal Reason. Why Word of God.- - - j-
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, of RedclilT.
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.. '
S g r Years, and other Storie y Julia Kavanagh
GODEVS LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, Tor September, "
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September. -
Just received, and for sale by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
Xo. 38 Union stree
R. T. FL.E3111VG,
11 O U S la , S I G
Ornamental Painter, :
62 TJiiioa Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.) -y
Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
TT 7 E should learn that one half of the children born
1 v 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, bullous disorders derangement
ot the stomach and buwels. Every family should use
them at the present change of the season.
aprU-tf MACKENZIE k MTXCHTX.
tXTM. T. WRIGHT k CO., would respect-
v fully inform the citizens of Nashville
and the public generally that they have
purchased the well known Livery Stable and the stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, on
Market street, just below the Square.
We have first-rate lots and box -stalls to accommo
date drovers, and all our friends who may favor us
with their patronage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of line 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. Come along and see
jani-ly WM. T. WKlGMr C tu.
Furiiihiug a d Fancy G ods.
U7 E are daily receiving additions to onr already
full supply of FALL AXD WINTER GOODS. e
have all the latest stvles of Snirts and Collars, stocks.
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,'
Gauntlets, Koties uspenuers and ail qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock ol Cnder-
are is inoiete. embracing all the heavier fabrics ol
Silk and Woolen, suitable to the appruaceing season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
with the short crops. J. H. McGILL,
sept2-tf . Cherry St., one door from t n ion.
Buckskin Shirts aud Drawers
Received and r sale by J H JIoGDJ..
" Full Bosom Shirts. '
TTST received an assortment of FULL BOSOM
fj SH IKTM. with aad without collars. Bosoms of Lin
en, Cambric and Bishop Lawn. Also, s small lot o
Shirts, with fine Embroidered Bosoms by -
apro-tf J. H. MCGILL.
Baltimore Bell ".nd Brass Works.
IKiiUJusTlaU & WEBB,
Keep on hand and make to order,
OF every size and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
rocsDS, 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 Catalogue ad Price List.
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
Orders can be Lift in Bex 91, P. 0.
decl7-tf . J. ANEW.
iEV FALIi fcTOCK
Fite, Shephard & Co.,
AVholcaale Dealers In
.Varieties- and Clotliiug,
Xo 8 Hicks' Building, north side Public Square,
E invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail Merchants to our stock of
FALL ANI) WINTER-GOODS,
now in store and ready for exhibition.
Our stock will be found unusually attractive and
complete, and we shall otter the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal
ers. FITE, SHEPHERD k CO.
fi rt rt BAGS prime early White Wheat.
-Jf 200 bags Mediteranean Wheat, selected ex
pressly for seed and for sale by
octo-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER & CO.
Ladies' French Dress and Pack
JO 11 X A XI G K
42 College Street,
- DEALER Vi
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trcnks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Drees Truuks, ol the latest styles. Best
English boie Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bon
nut Boxes, single and Double Top; VahSeS, Bags, fee,
lor sale at very low prices.
Iune2-tf JOHN RAMAGE.
JCST received a few more LADIES' LARG E FRENCH
DREbS TKL'NKS; boie Leather Trunks, bteel Spring
Valises and Bags.
LADIES' BOXJTFT BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap Sir
cash. John kamagk,
auglft-tf 41 ColieKestreet
Lieu Is' Fine Winter Boots and
A FINK Sapply fo- Cold Weather of
Gento' Calf Water Proof Louble Sole Boats
Congress D. 8. Gaiters. .
Scot It Bottom Brogaoa. "
" AHegmtor Lace Boots, Ac,, c ,
Just received by JOHN RAVAGE,
-dftrz-U : A3 Couege street. ' -
LYOS'S INSECT POTOFilt
pm-tf . BAijfs, Bsowir c
! ANDREW WIND'S
133 Nassau St., next door to the Nassau Bank, N. T.,
ia the Agent for the XAsnvnu Patriot, and the best
circulating Journals in the United States, Canndas aad
West Indies - -
He is auttorizad to receive advertisements for us at
our puUuAei rata. , . "
! nitAOY'S -
NEW BOOKS.' .,.
CAXOXBCRT HOUSE, by G. W. U. Reynolds, price 60
ADA ARUNDEL, " " " - . " - 60
OUVIA, or the Maid of Honor, " " 60
CHARLEY FOX'S Ethiopian Song Book. .......... 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, No. 2 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER, by Sylvanus Cobb, Jr.... 24
THE MANIACS SECRET, - " . " . 26
THE MAID OF THE RANCHE, by Dr. J. IL Robinson. 25
Sent free of postage on receipt of price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY. .
Xo. 126 Nassau street, New 1 ork.
Agents wanted. .
From VISCBER, OWEN k CO., General Advertising
House, Apple ton Building, 340 Bjoadway ;
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT !!
: DIETZ& CO.. .
11ANU r A CTU RZKS or DZ PROVED - .
I- rnf, Caiuplitrf.; Fluid, and Oil and
: G AS FIXTURES,
II TABIOCS 8TVUS AM) rCOSR,
C U A X B K Ll i,l S,
. XAOB TO ORDER VOR
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York.
Vesper Gas Light!
The Cheapest, Most Briliiant
MOST CO.WEXIEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD!!
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and for
elegance, economy, safety and simplicity cannot
be surpassed. The Hxures are in the same style as the
ordinary gas ilxtures.
tS" Principal Agency at 4T Cooper's Building, Cher
ry street, whire the light can be seen at any tiiiTe.
jan!2-ly THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Anibrol ypes and Jlelaneotypes,
' 1 HE cheapest and the best, are made at the Art
1 Gallery, corner of College and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased persons can here be
copied and thrown up to the Pot Sizs Poktkait.
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principal and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype right
in Nashville. nov21-tf
E. R. GLASCOCK.
G. S. NEWSOM.
Office College SL, next door to Merchants' Bank.
Dealers in and A for the Epnrchase and
- sale of
RE A LEST ATE.
B'nting Hjnses o-Iand in the city or conntry,
W. 11 alio give their u -.divided atteaiion to
the Collection of wla.ma, negotiation Loao,
.E. R. GLASCOCK.
WILL atund to all sales of Property of every de
scription either in town or country,
jan IT U.
Cross Ties Wauled .
THE Nashville and Xorth-wostorn Railroad Com
pany wish to contract for 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
TIES, 9 feet king, 6 inches thick, weu liewn, to face at
narrowest plaoe not less than 8 inches clear of bark ;
timber to be sound ; to be delivered at the grade line
of the road in Nashville.
The contractors want to contract for SO, 000 WHITE
or POST-OAK TIES of the same size as the'auuve, to be
delivered on tbe line of the road in piles from section
14 to section 14, enough on each section to supply the
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of the Nashville and North-western Rail
road Company, Nashville. Tennessee.
I 11., 11. 11 A Y X I aS & Co.
' AGENTS FOR THS - rr r ; . '
Sale and P uiliaae of Negroes,
ft ' Cedar Street,-- . s.
-Between Public re and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-t Kashville, Tenn.
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank J. Bitteilicli,
Xo. 16 Deadcrick Steet, Up Stairs,
MAlTOFACnTREB AND DZALES IN
Gnus, Wllles u ml Vislos,
All work wjtrranted to be of the finest workmanship
and of the most superior quality.
3 Repairing done in the best manner, and war
NORTH MARKET STRLET.
THE undesigned begs leave to inform his friends and
the public that he has still on hand a number of
handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid stud of
buggy and saddle borses, for the use of fast young
gents on COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or for the accom
modation of Young America and Young America's
What man living, of any sort of progressive spirit,
would-be content to snail it behind a SLOW HORSE
when be knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could be
AT THE LEVIATHAX STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-NICS," and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the papers
said about Tee Nbw Coach, from the Lkviathas Livket
Stabus, on North Market street. -
J. C. McFERRAX,
. ' AND
Fixe InsTirance Company.
APITAL $160,000 ALL PAH) IX.
OFFICE - Corner of the Public Square,
will take risks against loss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods in Store, Ac
Also, Marine and River hazard to and from all ports.
Risk on Negroes against the Dangers of
DIBS . URS:
J0HX H. HTLL, JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES C0RREY, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G M. FOGG, JAMES ELLIS,
ALEX. ALLIS0X, X. E. ALLOWAY.
R. H. GARDNER, W. S. EAKIX,
THOS. L. BRANSFORD.
JOSEPH VaTTT.T President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. oct22
Flcuring Mill for Rent,
rIHE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
t River, just below the city, is offered for rent the
remaincer of tbe present year, with the privilege of
next year Apply to Tubasb S. Footer, Cherry street,
or JAMES CORKITT,
, June25-tt at tbe MilL .
J. W. YEATMAN,
General llLciargi ig, Collecting and Deliver
HAS Resumed his old business on tha Wharf at H
H Harrison's office. - . nov9 tf
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. 69.Market itreet,
WE have now on hand a full and complete assort
ment ot MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac, which
we oBer at the very lowest prices:
Circular Saw M ils, double and single;
Male's Cider Stall and Corn Sheller;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
Killer's f teel Flows;
Held Boilers, &c
septH-tr ARMSTRONG k CO
IN ALL ITS DRAJJCHES,
Shop on Church between Cherry and College its.,
; IVasliTille, Tenn. ; ' .
rriETS aiders igned respectrully informs the public
X that ae has recently taken the above stand and Is
pretiered, u do Blacksmith ing in all its branches, such
as Uorse-bhoeing, Buggy -Re pairing, Ac. Ac., Ac, in
tne nest mumf aad at afiart aulicila
share pusUe pamoag.
J AS. TABPLET, ' -AaaC
So ul hern Trunk JUannfactoryt
-II ft U"!Hl:X liUil'Mh'l a i nlimlll - I - .1 I. 1
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
KO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Manufacturers and fftolesale and Retail 1
' CEAIJEBS IX All. KINDS Of
LADIES' AYD 'GUTS' TRAVELKG TEI3XKS,
Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c,
"pvESTRE to call the attention of all those In want of
V anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other house
in tbe city. .-Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-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.
tyaerreciauy invite -Abe . attention of tbe ladies to
PATENT TRUNK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes , and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
Oils, Ac. .
Ail kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 61 Market
street, two doors South ol the Square.
june23-dl FASSETT k CROSSilAX. '
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
SMUT MACHINES, FIOUR PACKERS,' BRAX DUS
TERS, GENUINE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
BOLTING CLOTH. .
XAOTFACTCKER3 OF PORTABLE
GRINDING AND 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 Factory,
maria-ly . .
iiilins il. smith's
W Jwfc. -A H aBx j
St Louis, Mo. ;
JqHhs H. Smith's
St. Louis, Mo.
THE nndersieDed, sole proprietors of the above
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 the genuine, manufac
tured only by ourselves, to be free from all obnoxious
ingredients. Bi STH0 ' D, S ITH, ft CO. .
136 add 13S North Second street, v
apr23 tf St Louis, Mo. -
Important .to House-Keepers.
E. It. DURKEE & CO.'S
Guaranteed not only .-
ABSOLUTELY AXD 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 full
weight, while the ordinary Spices are almost invariably
short. We warrant them in point of strength and
richness of flavor, .
BEYOND ALL. COMPARISON,
as a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured only by R DURKEE & CO., -fobl8-dwtf
181 Pearl street, New York.
CONFIDENTIAL LITERARY BUREAU,
480 Broadway, New York City. .
Of a Private or hmtZy Nature,')
Transacted with Care and Efficiency.
PURCHASES of Books and other articles, for Stu
dents and others, executed on Commission.
Loans, to any amount, on Diamonds, Jewelry or oth
er available property, negotiated with tbe 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.
Ladies and Gentium en wishing to carry on Private
or Public correspondence can have a box at this Office
for their exclusive use. For terms, apply in person or
by Letter. - -
. jfg- Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for
reply - -
49- All communications considered in a Busidees
light and held strictly conQdentiaL
aug29-3m. : . i . . . .. .
A NOVELTY. IN THE ART . W0BXD.
Photograph j upon Porcelain
: Secured by Letters Patent ia the United -:
: States, England. France and Bel- . j
. gium. . . . . ,
! The American Photographic Porcelain
. ' Company. ' "
No. 781 Broadway, New York,
Tlaving secured their novel and ingenious Invention by
American and European patents, are fully prepared to
execute all orders lor ,"MLVATURE LIKENESSES OF
PER OXS ON CHINA," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water -color drawing, and
a hitherto unattained quality of durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the natural properties of
the articles upon which they are transferred.
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, upon Por
celain wares of any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as
URNS, VASE-V BREAKFAST COPS. 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 tbe wants of those pa
trons of tbe Fine Arts dceirouw 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 natent
right, and consequently the only persons authorised to-
use uie process, tney nave 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 Atelier and Galleries in
New York: Persons sending a photograph, ambre
type, or daguerreotype to the ofilce of the Company in
New York, accompanied by five dollars, will receive
in return by express, free of other charge, a richly or
namented Breakfast Cup and cauoer, with the portrait
By transmitting a daguerreotype and tes dollars,
they will secure in like manner, a handsome French
Vase or Toilet Article, with the portrait reproduced by
the patented process. -
By sending a pair, of daguerreotypes and nrrxxx
hollars, they will receive In return a pair of rich
Sevres Vases, with the portraits executed equal to
mitislnr. iwinlinm tnH i.i lit.niniu. nnrir.it. ran
be reproduced on porcelain wares or Vasea of every
quality or finish, ranging in pi we from Twenty V) one
Hundred dollars the pair.
N. Bv Be particular ia writing the address, town,
county and Mate distinctly. AU lei rs to be ad
dressed to 'MANAGER, AMERICAN hi. 7TOGRAPH1C
PORCELA1X CO.,' 741 Broadway, . Ksw Yorav -
oct23m ' '
. Feed ror Stack. ;.
TEE Feed red ts 2 SO per barrel by
. tPir-vJ btitct r3
JS .WHS : . ; Vi.: V ;,l)l
A.W. M CALL.
. r o. w. fall
A. B. MQNTGOMERYSpeclal Partner
IM'CALL & FALL,
' Wholesale and Retail .
: ; D15ALE2JLN ':
" GUNS, CUTLERI,
- - ;' EDGE TOOLS,
Plows, Bakes Cultivators,
' : and;'
BUILDING HAED WARE
KIRKMAN A.ELLIS' OLD STAND . '.
34, Public Square,
1 NASHVILLE, TENX.
HAVIXn adti te onr aSraady tarce 'took of HaRT
WARE and CUTLERY, a fine assortment of FIRST
RETAIL, GOODS ;
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES,
COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' Tools, Implements,' Aa Ac.
i We respectfully solicit a call from our friends, for j
mer patrons of "M'Call 1c Co." and the public gen,
! ' Kirkman k Ellis' Old Stand, '
S4 PTOLIC SQTJABI.
? " Nashriii, ia
11. C. M'MIRI & CO
MATS SX HAXO
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AXB Wnm
An Unusually .Large BtoclL of
PLATX, FLATS AXD STRIPES
CO T I 0 N,
For SerranU, which they will sell very ow by the
43 Persons not yet supplied will consult their inter
est by examining these foods, as we au SEnDunvxo to
CLOSE TSXK OPT.
R. C. ITXcNAinT 4c GO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
; ThoM not yet supplied would do well ts examine
them, as we are determined tc dosed them out, FOR
WHAT WI CAN SET?
R. C McNAIRY & CO.
July 28 tf ... NO. 35 COLLEGE STREET.
SNIDER & PEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks:
do Sole Leather do; .
do "Cabinet" " do; (a new article J
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks; -do
do do do Valises, (Ashland and other
styles:) which they are offering at very reduced
rates. Call at Ko. 21 Public Square.
- JuneT-tf . ,
EVANS & CO.,
j JVo. l aalt-riilelnn Block '
Are in receipt of thir Fall Stock of Foreign and Do
mestic . . , .
Varieties and Clo thing
Bootn,Siioes, Ila ts, Bonnets, &c.
! ' To which they invite the attention of the Trade.
! aug28-dwtf . ..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
BdU, Boots it Ska, Readg Made Clothing
Hardware, Qucensioari, etc., dc. ' ..
E. TRABUE & W. H. LUCAS,
: Ho. 73 Public Sqtiaxa. ' ;
TTTE win sell every description of Winter Goods at
V V low figures to clone out aa near as possible before
receiving our Spring Stock. Our Mr. LCCA3 is now. in
the Eastern cities soliciting consignments and purchas
ing job lota for cash and short time paper, and we
promise our customers and Merchants, making their
purchases in this market, that our stock will ba . large
nd attractive, and we pledge ourselves that eur bouse
shall be head quarters for good bargain for Cash and
abort, prompt paper.
; Janlo-tf - TRABUE k LUCAS.
Jo Jo BEECH,
Wliol sale A. . Retail . Druggist
, o i (soccasBoa to a. i. ooolxt a oo.) '. . S
' . Corner Bread ana Cherry SUeets,
mashttlle, " TKXX. .' ; -
WILL keep always on hand a largo and complete
assortment of everything kept in the Drug lia,
which we will seU as cheap as the cheapest, and ia
Sood as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to tbe satisfaction
of all good citizens who will favor ns with a call and
patronage. ' . JOHX i. BEECH, .
sept l-tf '. . " '
OX or about the 20th October, in Warsaw, Miss, my
Pocket Book was stolen from me, containing a note
for Two Hundred Dollars, more or less, drawn by T.
Fanning, and endorsed by A. J. McH hirter k Co. Tha
public is hereby notified not to trade for said aote.
novS-tf - . . ROBERT LAW. .
- Shelton's Uarble 7orks I
Chursh strost, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
THI nndersigned would inform his friends,
and the public generally that he will eon-'
tmue tha MARBLE BUSINESS in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet'
shop, on Church street, and eallq .attention to
ins stoca ot
vfatrbl neanmcnti, Tmi, tic.
Which Has on exhibition and for sale,' embracing
great variety, tnished ia tha most superb, manner,
lie is prepared to manufacture oa the shortest notice
Carbla Uaatlos; and every description of 2arbla
crk. to aos Aaurlcaa aad ItaJaa Marbi. . aua
work wttlfBsaci-ttciarSttowaraaicd, aad bw prtsos
to suit the tjflMoy - - - - -- H. I fc. ITCJT..
jxo. t bag ax
aiedali ! Medals!! MedaUS
GREEN & CO.,
No. 6 Tnion Street,
HATE Just received a beautiful aasortroent of
Meiainotype Likenesses- C the Candidates for Pre
sident and Vice President. Call and get cue of those
beautiful "Charms" or "Medals" repreeentirg your
favorite candidate. For sale by GREEX k CO.,
- - Ko. Union Street.
LITERARY AXB XEWSPAPERS RECIEVED REGULAR
- ' : - by
GREEN & CO., IVo. 6, Union St.
K. Y. Ledger;
" Herald ..
' IUustrated News;
" "Weekly; " '
- " Mercury;
Leslie's Illustrated Xews;
Wilk's Spirit of the Times;
Porter's " " "
K. Y. Clipper; V
Scientific American ;
Family Journal; -
Boston Pilot- '
Flag of our Union; : -Harper's
Home Journal. - '
Philadelphia Even'g Kews;
Welcome Guest; ' '
London IUustrated Xews;
Bell's Life in London;
Louisville Journal, ac
f iw York Herald;' - Louisville JouraL-
The follewing Magazines are received Month !y :
Harper's Monthly; ; Leslie's Magazine;
Peterson's Magazine; Godey's; ,
Eclectic; Irving, and the Knickerbocker.
PICT uilES Colored and TJn
A Large and splendid asdortment.
THEATRICAL PLAY3. A large assortment.
For sale by GREEX AGO.
cctlS-tf . No. 6 Union street.
BINGHAHI, MULLEN & X0.,
8UC0EI9OSI TO NICHOL, GRSEX CO.
Produce and Com mission
IVo. 5 CoUe.e Street.
JCST RECEIYED AXD WILL KEEP COXSTAXTLY
on hand , and for sale at the lowest market price,
Ilay, i orn,
'- - Bacon, Liquors, &c.
In Store and for sale by
BIIVGIIAN, MULLEN, & CO.
LTAKC pleasure in announcing to my old friends and
ustomers that after an absence of two years, I
have again returned to resume the practice of the
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART in all its branches, having pur
chased the interest my brother in the old establish
ed Gallery in Union street, rod having spent lour
months at New York the past Summer to obtain fully
all the late improvements in the art. I have painted,
renovated and enlarged tbe suite of Rooms throughout.
That my facilities are now better to produce first
class work than most Galleries can boast of, and con
duce to the comfort of our patrons. I trust not only
to sustain the proud position tbe Gallery has hereto
fore sustained, but to elevate it to a still higher stand
ard. I have al9o engaged the services of Mr. COOK,
one of the best Photographers in the world, who took
the Pictures which obtained the first premium at the
World's Fair in London, in LSil, and I am determined
not only to make this the leading Gallery in the State,
but my work shall not be surpassed Xorth or South,
and now introduce to tbe public the following new
styles : " - -
Imperial Phothgraah, India Ink,
Vigenette, plain or colored,
J Ivorytypes, " '
i Pastel Portal Pictures, life size,
Photographs on Canvass, life size, ' '
. Visiting Cards, full length plain.
Autograph Pbotographfl, 18 taken at one sitting.
Stereoscopes, on glass or paper, .
I still continue to make the Meiainotype and Am
brotype as heretofore.- The above styles are all en
tirely new ia this city, except 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
occular demonstration the above facts.
Respectfully, i . F. K. HUGHES. -
oct20-tf . a. a. b. tr. a a
Gents' Superior Water Boots and
. . . Shoes. -
- Gents' Fins Calf Pnmp Sole Boots,
. m . 44 44 Double Sole Stretched Boots
. . m ' Square t dge Boots. . -"
. m 44 u Canada High Lace Shoes, heavy sole
- i4 i4 ' Double Sole Stitched Gaiters.
.mm 4i gcotch Bottomed. -.,
m m m m 4 Lace Boots.
-mm i Calf Balmorals, Ac ,ko. r ' . ' -With
many other styles axtra Fine. For sale cheap.
Call and examine JOHX RAMAGE,
- aovl ." - 42 College Street :
ILOW LOST, HOW BXSTOSZD.
Just Fullultd, t a SeaUJ Entelcpe,
A LECTURE OX THE XATURE, TREATMENT AXD RA
DICAL CURS OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impotency , Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
By ROB.. J. CULVERWELL, H. D., j
The Important fact that the awful consequencea of
self -abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicines or tne oangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and otlwr empirical de
vices, ia here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
aew and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated anther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
toe learn possible cost, thereby avoiding an tao adver
tised nostrum of the day. This Lecture wul prove a
boon to thousands and tUousanda
-- Bent under seal to any address, rar-rAtD, on the re
ceipt of two poetaTe stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C KUXX, M First Avenue, Kew York, Post Box
AfiU. . c olylS-dw till aprd 6 '6V
EMPLOYMEXT. 150 A MONTH AXD ALL EX
PENSES PAID- An Agent is wanted ia every town
aad county ia the United Statea, to engage in a re
spectable and easy business . by which the above pro
Asa may certainly bo realised. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER, At East Tweiftn St.,
earner of Broadway, X Yark CUy, lnchins one
postage stamp. - -
- oct20-dulwaw3a ' " : '- ' r- -
:..;;"v...;;;;,Jor Sale. '
THAT eomfcrtablo dwelling, Ko. 185 South ftjmmer
strost, farmer 1 the residence of Russell Bouawa,
. Asm, Xo. u Nona Bub
daasaof Jos. Ccsfor.Baa,
suBunw street, too preaeas resj
. Asuiy w
Biwk-AM jPma-i, "
, SaieaiaaAof TdrJ;
. D. TT. CSEEX.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
(tkv iisss oa less to coiSiiiLis a sQCAaa.) -One
Square 1 day $1 00 each additonal insertion $ M
" M 1 week, 3 00 each additional square M
4i j " 4 50 " ,-",- 10
" - j months 00 44 44 , g oo
i u i 44 o 00 " 4i a 4 M
m a ti uoo (t - u . '4 , a oo
m m 18 00 . " . . . " SO
" ' a IS ' 35 00 -; ' - - 10 0
" EESEWASLE AT KAASCEa. ' '.i. i
One square, one year, $30 each additional square $10
Written notice must be given to take out aad stop
advartiseraents ot yearly advertisers before the year
expires, otherwise we shall charge till done. - . - .
Xo contract of yearly advertisements wui be discon
tinued without previous notice so s, nor will any
charge be made for lees than one year at the yearif
rates. . - -
" Advertisers exceeding the apace eon
tracted for will be charged for tits excess.-
ILdueatlonal Xotice. : -
MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD, MRS. TRWTX will open a
School for Giria in tbe Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church. Edgeucld. Arrangemec is have been made
to give a full and thorough Academic aad Cirllegiate
The Lady employed to teach Music cannot fail to give
entire satisfaction. ....
Moo. r. F. SAXTEL, a native or France, and a gradu'
ate of the Royal College of Algiers, wul teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern tireek.- Mun. Saptel pre
sents the best testimonials from many distingubed
persons. - - . .
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: "He has been
teaching my sou some time, and this practical trial of
him convinces me that he deserves to be trusted im
plicitly aa a Teacher of Frnch."
The regular Rates per Session of five months are 114.
$30 and $25.
- ' EXTRAS ' ' '
Music on the Piano ........... $25 00 "9
Latin and Greek 10 00
Modern Languages..... 20 00 i
Crochet and Neeoie work 5 00
?" Pupils wiU be charged from the time of entering
to the end of the Sessiou. The bills will be payable at
the middle of the Session. ' aug2S-Lf
HELM B OLD'S .""
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HELM BOLD' S BUCHV for the Kidneys, '
HELMBOLD S I'titV for the GraveJ,
HELMBOLD S BVCHU for the Dropsy,
HELMBOLD'S hCCHU for Nervoupaefca,
HELMBOLD S BVCHU lor Loes of Memory.
HELMBOLD S BCCHU for lhmnrtisot Vision. -HELMBOLD'S
BCCHU for Dithcudt BreathW.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Weak XerveZ ' '
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Universal Lassitude. '.
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU ior Horror of Disease
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Night-sweats a
HELMBOLD S BCCHU for W akefuiDees,
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Dryness of skin
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Eruptions,
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Pain in the Back
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Heaviness ot the Eyelid
with temporary euttuBaixm and toae ot sight, -
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Mobility and ResOeea
new, with want of attention and horror ot society.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU ior Obstruction.
' HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Excesses arising from '
indiscretion, and ali diseases of .. ..
JFEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FFMA I. ESFHMA I. Hi Wil a i i;f
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OS CONi
TEMP LA UNO MARRIAGE, .
JAKE NO MORE FILLS,' .
1AEE NO MORE FILLS, ' ' ' "
THEY ARE OF NO AVAIL.
THEY ARE OF NO A TALL.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRA C? BCCHU ' "
IS THE VERY EEST -
- REMEDY IN THE W0RLS
For all complaints incident to tbe sex, whether arising
from indiscretion, habits of Dissipation, or m the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LITE I
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT!
JAKE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR C2T
FLEASANT MEDICINES FOR UNPLEAS
ANT AND DANGEROUS DISEASES.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCHU :
In all their stages,
Little or no changejn Diet;
At In..- jpmse
AND NO EXPOSURE. .
Vse HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU tor txccsM
arising from habits indulged in
BY YOUNG AND OLD, v
aa st . '
And for diseases arisiiip from habits of dissipation ' It
removes ail improper diacaarges; an. will t ostore the
patient in a short tune to a state of health unrt puritr
. AAVJ-A.a.r. tM-Ta- Trr riarosn rn-t -4
tioos uf the tnostdtstrtsaaig eharocter.
; Use HehmbUd's svstrmel stmesm tor ak afieetiont ad
diseases of tbe . .
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
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ti U a
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same M-eatment and may originate iroiu the suae cause. '
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HELMBOLD'S BTBHU is safe and pleasant in taste '
and odor, but immediate io action.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H.T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn, does say that his preparation coa- '
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious lirugs but is
purely vegetable. ; . .r
H.T TELMBOLD, Sole Manufacgurr
Hworn and subscribed before me, the 23d day of Vol
vember, ls54. . , . .. . . ;
WM. p. HLBBARD, Alderhian. -address.
botUoi ur sut for $5, delivered to any
ONE THING CERTAIN,
, A Trial Costs bnt a Ddllir Try ill! V
And be convinced of its efficacy. Ana H is accompan
ied by reliable and responsible certificatea from proles ;
sors of Medical Coilegee, Clergymen ana otheta
H. T. HELMBOLD, ' : ' "
Practical and Analjtical Cbemfet,
f 104 South Tenth street, below Cbestnit, '
NECESSARY CA UTIOa should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another article, which pays s betuv
profit and ia worthless, ask for Helmbuld s, take as
CURES GUARANTEED: L r.
RAINS el BROWN, -
Wholesale and Retail Agents. Xashr'HeT ' "
S-id bf oU Drmygists emery okere. . . .7
augfi-dawly ' ,
Just received by
JOHN YOIJKI & CO, '.. ''
JfO 38 UXIOX S.tEET. : . V ,
THE if OTHER IX LAW, by MrcSouthworth, "
tbor of Lady of the Isle complete in 1 vol $1 25.
Language without a master. "' -.
Latin, Spanish, French, Italian and German Ucgo ''
ges without a master.. Any one, or aU of these t .S
goages can be learned by any one without a teaa - ,
with the aid of this booa. Price $125.. octl.
SUccs tor tbe Million;
SNYirER & FRIZZELL; i
HAVE in store, a large and superior stock of Boot
Shoes and Gaitors, to which they cail the attest,
tion of ail who wish good shoes and at remorfcoU k
prices. . '
Our stock for Gentlemen is large, and embrace
every variety, both sewed and pegged. The U.'teO
wiU nod every style of Gaiters, with and witbovt
oiqiperB, cuscuis, slc., for Boys aad
Youths, Misses and chUdrui. We have a Urge atook
aa a of every variety. - . . , .
PLANTATION SnOES. :
We would call the attention of Planter! to our PRB
MTCM BROGAX, which is a most superior artieio
Also, K.ip and thick Hrogans, Dutch Boots for womsa,
heavy double sole thick Boots. Our stock ot BtS.
Boots and Shoes for fall aad wutier is large and gooa
- We have taken unusual pains in getting up our ktock
this fall, and we are sat u bed that we will grre seiinfaa
tton and inducements to all Cash and prompt paying
customers who luui give as a call. .
. oct3-tf ... a s
; p. w. m axey & co :;
; KO. 40 KARKET STREET, -
Wholesale and RettUl Dealars
.; roiigMacd Cast Iron CooaiStoTcs, -
AND every variety of beating stoves. Gratea, T
plate. Copper, lro , Wire juac, Jipaned, prp-.I
andcommun Tuiaare, Bras Ketties, Fruit Ca? i and
Jars, Copper botans, Ac, A a- - Are now ia rooe.pt c-f
a large and well asairled slouk of every ajticl ciuiHy
kept in their line cf csinetis, which they are dek V
Bained to seii low for csaa or to puactaal 4aalari ' -
Job work of every kind solicited and secjd k'Aa
ticn given U We are alao prejmred to de Ro&ic,-,
CuUormg,Ao, , -- at manner pcibl : , .
seplS-3m ;' '
. ; aeMBabaad Hurotiefeo. .;
A GOOD city made Family Burvuche, but UU'.irj
for sals cheap by
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