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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 186i:
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Arrival of Paweneer Trains.
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Tbxxesses ft Alabama lOtOO A. M.
joomuj ft XAiarn 1 1 5 ;OQ A. M., 5:00 P. M
" " Gallatin Express 9:30 A.M.
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ALL orders for subscript loo to the Patriot tor less
than 12 months mast be accompanied with the
The new arrangement by which oar entire subscrip
tion list In the City was transferred to Mr. Noble
Smith, went into operation on the 21st Inst- Oar ac
count for subscriptions due will be made op to that
date, and collected by us. All after that date belong
to Mr. Smith, and will be collected by him every Pat
orday, in weekly instalments of nrvezx ens is. Sub
scribers will please bear this in mind. Business men
will do him a favor by inctr acting their clerks to pay
over the fifteen cents, in case of their absence ; and
subscribers having the papr left at their private
booses may leave the weekly dues with their wives.
A. S. CAMP ft CO.
The Vote on the Convention.
firwnc.. . . ........ .
H imiltou . . . .. ...
Wu.tiiiiL'lon. . . . ...
MIDDLE TENN ESSEK.
Maury.... ...... ....2145
Montgomery . .
Carroll, (in part) 603
Gibson 222 1
Majority against Contention.. .13.424
There are yet to hear from 10 counties in
East Tennesse; 13 iu Middle Ti-naessee, and
9 ia West Tennersee.
Suppose Mr. Lincoln, in his speeches, were
to threaten Southern cities with the sword,
and torch, what cool J drown the indignant
curses ol Southern men? How the secession
leaders would thunder anathemas opon his
devoted head! How much better is it for
Jeff. Dayh to threaten Northern cities with
fire and sword? Yet, what will the threaten
ed answer? They will laugh at the empty
bravado which suggested the threats, and go
awav attending to their business as coolly as
if there were no Jeff. Davis in the world.
Feb. 15 Mayduke, rducah.
Dr. Kane, St. Louis.
Gen. Anderson, Cairo.
May duke, Padncah.
Gen. Anderson, Cairo.
E. M. Runyan, St Louu.
The river is falling with six feet water on
the Shoals. Weather yesterday clear and
The John A. Fitler is the regular Paducah
packet f jr to-day. She leaves at 12 o'clock.
The little clipper Clenwood leaves for the
Qaeen City to-day. She makes a quick
The Dr. Kme, a new comer, appeared at
car wharf yesterday from SL'LouK
We learn from a telegraphic dispatch, dated
St. Louis, Feb. 14, that the upper Mississippi
river is rising rapidly. There were 5J feet
water on the bars between Cairo and SL
The Memphis Avilanclie of the 14th inet.
On Thursday last the Sam Kirkman, Capt.
Throop that has been on her way to Fort
Smith, with a cargo from Cincinnati, for
several months, struck a snag at Swallow Bur,
and "went under'' in "cro time." Her
freight consisted principally of groceries and
provWious, and the damage to it will be con
siderable. The Kitkman was owned in Pa
duc ih by her commttnder Capt. Tbroop, and
Mr. Medley, and. wan built about three years
since. She was valued at between $12,000
and $14,000, and was partially insured. She
will moct probably be raised.
On Saturday morning, at Barraqne Bar,
fifty miles below Little Rock, the steamer
Qajpaw, Capt. Andy Byer. struck a snag
aud sunk iu a short time. She was bound
tiom Cincinnati to Fort Smith with a mis
ctllaneoas cargo, much of which will be
damaged. As the river is riiing the pro pect
of raiins her is very fcliia. Capt. Byera pur
cha.ed the Quapavo last summer for $10,000,
and was mafciugbis first trip op the Arkansas
river when the cil-aster occured. She was in;
sured in Cincinnati offices for $7,000.
tT" The Memphis Bulletin of the 14th says
Mr. Govax, the ytrang man who was shot by
Hcch T. Scott, is getting better.
JST" We are indebted to Mr. H. C. Davis,
Messenger of the Adams Expres, for late
New Orleans and Memphis papers.
Latk Papee. We return thanks to Mr.
Singleton-, at the Sewanee House, for a copy
of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,
Wilke' Spirt of the Times, and the Charles
ton Mercury of the 13ih inst.
Washington-, Feb. 13. 1861.
In reference to Senator BeDjamuvs stale
meat before the Select Committee, that he
informed the President that Floyd was issu
ing acceptances, it is due the President to
state ibaU be immediately sent for Floyd and
inquired by what authority be issued them.
Fioyd siid there was ao law for or against
It. but it had been the practice of the De
partment. The President said the practice
was wrong, and instructed him to pay what
bad been issued but no more, which Floyd
promised to do, the President supposing that
4 s' i ' Front the Cincinnati Enquirer.
... To Cornelia. . . . .
I had a dream, a golden dream, last night I -.
I dreamed I wandered in an Eden land,
And that an Angel, robed in purest white,
Came to my side and took me by t be hand'
That we reclined upon a bank of flr wers,
While moon and star were bright la heaven boave.
Teat her soft tresses swept my cheek or hours,
And all we thought, or said, or felt. . as love.
"Oh ! dream too bright to last !" K pi wsy,
Like some guy bubble on the laughia Mream
That Eden land was youth's unclouded da -,
And (hou, thou wast the angel of my dr atu !
I sometimes dream of thee when night
Its spell of fancy hath around me thrown,
And then my sp rit wanders to t.ie bright
Toong years when I loved thee alone.
Forgive me this ! I did not mean to tell
That in those fiirer, sunnier years of mine,
This heart, which wears another's image now,
Had for one moment ever cherished thine ;
That I had sometimes, in a dreaming mood,
- Turned all my heart's deep feelings onto thee,
And felt a wUh wbiLst proud to call thee frieni,
Thou hadst I een something dearer unto me.
No, no ; I did not mean to tell thee this,
To lift the veil which bides the vanished past,
I did not think to po:nt thee to a hope
On which long lingering years their dost have Cast I
And ye: my h art in this hs found relief,
It melts a tiie of feeling long congealed,
For though I loved thee iu the years agone,
Till now that love has never been revealed.
And oh, we know not till we have been taught,
By cold experience with its bitter lore,
How hard to hide within the breast a thought
Wh:ch cries in vain f r utterance evermore.
Enough ! a stern late came between our hearts,
I will not say if gay or gloomy mine ;
But know I sometimes ta nk bow blest had been
My lot iu life h .d it been liuked with thine.
Xas-Hvillk, Junua'y, lbCl. Hr.
THIBt'Ti: OF BEfCT,
At a called meeting of the Daughters of Rebckah,
of Smiley Lodge, No. 90. 1. O. O. F., held on Thursday
evening, Feb. 14ih,lS6l, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, It has pleased an All-Wise Providence to
allli)-t us by removing from our midst our much loved
sister, Mrs. Sr&ui M. Pacl. Therefore, be it
IleeJrol, That to this dispensation of Providence,
we will endeavor to submit with resignation, fully be
lieving that our irreparable loss is our sister's elerual
gain, and feeling that the bitterness of our sorrow is
iu a degree mitigated by the more than abundant proof
we nave tnat she died the death of the righteous, and
has gone to receive the reward promised to those wLo
weary not in well-doing.
UrnArfd, That we tender to ber husband, children,
and other relatives, the assurance of our deepest sym
uthy in this their great bereavement, praying that
He, who i-t alone able to heal their stricken hearts,
may remember them in mercy, and sustain them in
bearing so great a sorrow.
JieaAoad, That the alUicted and the needy receive
our soTowful condolence for having lost a friend who
wailed nut to be called, but went in sunshine and in
storm to seek them out and to administer words of
grace and works of kindness, doing so without the ex
pectation of earthly reward or praise.
Jiesolred, That for ourselves, we mourn the loss of
one of the purest and best characters, one of the most
generous, and most atlectionaie hearts ever enlisted
with us : that in the christian benevolence which
prompted her to " do good without ceasing," looking
to Heaven for sustaining grace, we recognize the per
fect model of a Daughter of Kebekab, acknowledging
with regretful humiiitv, our inability to attain to the
high standard of religious and moral excellence, left
vacant by her death.
Krstilved, That the memory of her lite on earth, be
cherished by us all as a token of the goodness of God
in raising up in our midst one who could walk the
palbsof a sinful world, with a heart pure before Him,
leaving by her good words and works, recorJs upon
the souls of others that time and forgetfulness may
j&stjlced, Tliat a copy of this preamble and resolu
tions be sent to two of the daily papers of the city,
with a request for their immediate publication, aud
that a printed copy of the same be sent to the family
of the deceased. MRS. ANNA T. HARMON",
jft i The old " Spirit 'f the Timet " entered upon its
Thirty-first Volume on the 9th instant, inaugurating
this evidence of its long life by an entire new dress of
type and four additional pages to its heretofore large
and attractive form. No paper in the Country has,
throughout its management, maintained a more thor
oughly consistent course than this journal. Not with
standing the vicissitudes of politics and panics, it has
pursued the even tenor of its way, turning neither to
the right nor the left, and the consequence is, that it
maintains its popularity in every section of thelnion,
and this new evidence of its success we have already
noticed is its just reward. Febl4 lw
Appropriate The Ladies Ml. Vernon Association
have succeeded in collecting a sufficient amount of
funds to pay the last dollar of indebtedness for the
Mt. Vernon Estate ; and have enough left to fit np the
grounds in complete order. This is most certainly a
very approprate investment, and one that the Ameri
can People will never regret. And while we are speak
ing of appropriate investments, we will say that there
never was any ting more appropriate tuan tne name
given to the greatest Medicine of the age, viz : Perry
Davis' '-Pain Killer," and thousands upon thousands
have male investments in it that will never, no never
tl it 'r-re febl lm
If one buy Northern jewelry and gets
cheated, getting fire cents worth of gold for
$5 00, it is enly a little affair, nobody is
hurt, only egregioualy cheated; but when
you are tick, and resort to the hundred and
one nostrums, lotions, pills and sarsaparil
las, etc., gotten up by Dutch and Yankee
speculators in human miseries, you are pos
sibly something more than cheated posi
tively injured. Do yon know those foreign
ers ? Have you any recourse upon them if
injured ? If you find their stuff useless, and
yourself imposed upon, can you expose them
so that they can be made to feel it ? If you
see fit to use medicines prepared by others
than your own physicians why not inquire
after Southern Remedies, prepared by South
ern physician?, and sold by Southern drug
gists or Tenders in your midst-fmen whom
you can expose, and whose profits you can
check, if they cheat you. We believe that
there are Southern remedies .Vrevery com
plaint, from the dreaded ague or incipient
fever to a cholic, cut, bruise or burn, for
which no one wants to post for the far-off
doctor. Each family should keep some sim
ple, effective and reliable relief on hand
ready for a moment's use.
We embrace the above sentiments. We
believe that there are better medicines put
np in the South by reliable proprietors, that
are superior to articles prepared by North
ern or Dutch venders. The Southern reme
dies advertised in this paper, we have no
doubt, excel the patent Pain Killers and
Ready Reliefs, and Ague and Liver Villa,
with which Northern venders deluge , our
land. Let them be fairly tested, and if they
are found to be impositions, the columns of
this paper are open for them to be exposed,
for cheaper terms than the proprietors ob
tain them to aid their sale.
. We learn that where the Ambrosial Oil
is known and used, no Pain Killer or Rad
way, etc., can be sold the people want
nothing else. We can say that we have
found the Oil a far more certain and effec
tive relief of cholic and sore throat than
those, and the Oil is pleasant to take, while
those are Jevere. When those Ague and
Liver Pills have been tested, no Northern
Pills will be sought for, in our opinion.
They are purely vegetable they give im
mediate relief they give no pain. Ttnnts
tee Baptitt. febl-dlww4t
Harries' Cream Ale, Pure.
Lovers op Ale pronounce this a delight
ful Beverage, and Physicians recommend it
for the cure of Dy&pepsia.
We do not claim for it the nnenviahle title
of "Patent Medicine" or "nostrum of the
day," too often an injurious deception, but
we do claim for it the right of trial, and we
guarantee it to do ajl for which it is recom
mended. It is compounded of Malt and Hops, and
contains no intoxicating liqnor or injurious
drag. If used with regularity it is a safe,
sure and speedy cure and preventive of Dys
pepsia, and is a cheap, healthy and delight
ful Beverage. '
No parent need hesitate to offer it to his
child, and it should be in the house of every
It is put np in barrels for the use of deal
ers, and in kegs for family use. Price, in
barrels, ten dollars; in fifteen gallon kegs,
five dollars. - . .
Retailed by dealers throughout the city
and country. - - - - - -
The money moat . accompany all. orders,
and be addressed to . the . sol Wholesale
Agent," ' L. M. MILLER,
i - i f'-iVo. 41; Broadway, XajhviLU, Tuau-
f m.'i..-. ,
IIORH'S SILVER BAUD!
THE OXLT PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND IN
THE CITY, will attend to all calls for music both at
home and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
harge. The Band is oom posed of -
Fifteen Perfor sters,
with a complete set of new silver instruments
All calls for music, for funerals, pic-niea, serenades
and jubilee will be attended to promptly.
W. L. HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
pr27lly 15 South College St.
u. n. i.
amricax mm and ixisms,
SPANISH AMEEICAir PHYSICIANS
THRIFT TO TilS LIFB-SAVEtO FBOPBTTK8 OF
Raowat'sRkaot Reukf is endorsed in the strongest
terms by our Consul at Bio Janeiro, and oar late Am
bassador to Brazil, as having saved thousands in that
empire from being carried off by malarious fevers and
Choleraic complaints. A single dose banishes inter
nal pain, and, applied outwardly, it instantly assuages
the agony of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Tooth-ache,
Sprains, x. Topidity of the stomach or liver, and
all forms of indigestion yield to its invigorating action.
Radway's Regulating Fills
In the hands of the Priesthood of South America, are
accomplishing cures of Bilhous remittent Fevers.
Chills and Fevers, Ijvor Complainj, Dropsy, and all
diseases of the secretive organs, the stomach, heart,
kidneys, and bladder, which the people consider mi
raculous. In this climate and at this season they are
invaluable correctives of the system. Costiveness,
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, and all disorders arising
from disturbances of the secretive organs, and an un
equal, irregular circulation, are cured by their agency.
They master and subdue the proximate causes of sick
ness, reaching its cause in every organ and re-estab-
lisning a condition oi neaitn in eacn.
Kadwat's Kb.vovati.nq kk)Lvkt. An ecno to me
home approval of this all-potent constitutional remedy
comes back from the whole of. Spanish America. There,
as here, it is pronounced a positive oblllerantof Scrof
ula, Syphuiis, revr sores, bore t-res, iuoncnuis,
Chronic Rheumatism, heredetary flesh diseases of all
kinds, and the most powerful of all constitutional ton
ics. Kadwat's Kkhkdiss, seiiarataly or combined, are
equal to the subjugation of all maladies ever combat-
ted by medical science.
PURE SKIS CLEAR COMPLEXION.
Rich, pure, and healthy blood secured to all who take
K UVAi 'S Kb-NU KfcXJLVKAT.
It is truly astonishing how rapidiv patients covered
with Sores, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions, are healed by
RADWAY'S READY RESOLVENT. St. Vitus' Dance,
ulKgs Evil, Scurvy, Salt Rheum, Baker's Itch, Pus
it ens. Tetters, &c. , will yield to one or two bottles of
this cleansing, cooling, healing, and purifying medi
cine. Dr. Railway s Kerned les are sola by Druggists
and Merchants everywhere.
Kadwav's Remedies are sold by Druggists every
EWI.V, PENDLETON & CO., Agents for Nashville.
RADWAY & CO.,
febl-lm 23 John Street, N. Y
Let your dwellings, furniture and mer
chandize b- iusured with W. J. Mark, Insu-
riuce Agent, No. 25 College street, then if
misfortune should overtake you, there will
be no unnecessary trouble or delay in obtain-
ng your insurance money. tf
I HAVE Twenty-five Thousand dollars worth of Sta
ple and Fancy Dry Goods which I will sell at cost
for Cash, as I am-termined to adopt an exclusive
cash business. I invite all those desirous of purchas
ing Goods to call and see for themselves at No. 22
South Side the Square. DAVID HUMPHREY.
All those indebted to I. C. Nicholson & Co., or Nich
olson & Humphrey, will please come forward and set
tle their accounts, as we are in need of the money.
The Advertiser, having been restored U- oealth in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a Severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-euBerers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
ture cure for C0XSU3IP110X, A SI II jf A, BROy
CHITIS, c. The only obje of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to eneflt the afflicted, and
spread iuformation which e conceives to be nvalu
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may produce bless in
Parties wishing the prescription will please addree
Rev. EDWARD A. W1LS9N,
oct4-ly Kings County, New York
A Good Medicine. McLean's Strengthening Cordial
and Blood Purifier is one of the most useful and pleas
ant beverages of the day. It is mild and agreeable to
the taste, bracing the nerves giving a healthy tone to
the stomach, and imparting a glorious appetite. A
wine glass full of this Cordial taken three times a day,
will be better than a family physician, as no other
medicine will be required. For ladies it is particularly
recommended, as it s lengthens the ribs of the "weaker
vessels" in an astonishing degree. See the advertise
ment in another column. febl lm
TIn consequence of some very wild
shooting recently done in our city, Ike Bow
ers has opened a Pistol Gallery on the cor
ner of Cedar and Cherry streets, 3d floor,
where those who anticipate little amusements
of that kind can have an opportunity of
learning the beautiful art ; and he guaran
tees that after a very little practice you can
"wing" jour man every time. Open this
Reduction in the Price of Coal. Mr. W.
J. Thomas, agent for the sale of Bell's Coal,
has reduced the price to 17 and 22 cents per
bushel. The office is on Cherry street, next
door to the Gas OSce. lw
Fifteen Barrels Sauer Kraut for sale at No,
39 Market street, and at H. S. French &
Son's, by JOHN U. WILLIAMS.
Intending to reduce what is certainly the largest
'VOUACCO AXD Cat. YWS
IN THE STATE,
will sell from this time wiikout regard to VroJUi.
J. W. LANGLEY,
44 Union Street
This horrible and dangerous disease may
be easily arrested if taken in time, and the
patient be kept warm, by bathing the neck
repeatedly with Ambrosial Oil, and frequent
j gargling with it slightly- diluted. Satu
rate a flannel cloth with the oil and bind it
on before going to bed. We are confident
we overcame several cases in our family
with the Oil alone and Dr. Clark's Painless
Pill Tenn. Baptist. j-23-dlw w4t
To the Editors of the Patriot: Deem
ing it my duty to those afflicted, and to the
one who cured me of two malignant Fever
Sores upon my legs, which made my life bur
densome for five years, having applied to
several physicians who couldgive me no re
lief, and trying all kinds of medicine I could
gut, which wad recommended for old sores.
AH seemed to fail. I gave np ever being
cured, and wi.-hsd for death to relieve me of
my misery. For many months my limbs
pained me to that extent I could get no
sleep, until my father, who, being cured of a
severe Rheumatism by the Indian Doctor,
at No. 100, High street, ourchased for me a
bottle pf his Blood Purifier and a box of his
All UrAling Ointment, which relieved me
immediately. My legs are now sound and
welL My general health and strength is
better than it ever was in my life. And if I
owe any man on earth a debt ol gratitude,
that man is Doctor Anderson. I wish every
man, woman and child in the world, who are
afflicted as I have been afflicted, who have
suftered as I have suffered, may read this
letter and thus find where they can be cured.
I am of the opinion his remedies will cure
any sore iu existence, and I would recom
mend all thus afflicted to apply to the Indian
Doctor, No. 100 High street, where they can
be relieved of misery, and also be permanent
ly cured. MERRION SANDERS,
Resides a 1 Sanders vilie, Davidson county,
Nashville, Jane 14th, 1860.
To the Editors of the Patriot:
I wish to make a statement through your
columns of what the Indian Doctor's Pills
and Blood Purifier have done for me. I have
taken about a quart of blue mass and all oth
er medicines I could get hold of; none seemed
to give me relief. I was troubled with Dys
pepsia until I applied to the Indian Doctor,
who gave me his Pills and Blood Purifier
which relieved ma immediately. 1 am now
in better health than I have been tor many
years, and I can recommend the Indian Doc
tor's remedies to be tJl he represents them to
be, and should advise all afflicted to try his
medicine. - Capt. David Hiobxs.
. inllS.tf . . - .
DAILY PATRIOT OF r ICE. I
Nashville, February ltoh, ISsl.
COTTON The cotton market was duU yesterday.
Sales bfafew bales only were made, at (3!H.e ft &
TOBACCO There were 38 hhds sold by A. Hamilton
at the following prices 5 0 8 BO, 7 05, 1 80, 5 25
7j00, 7 05, 7 10, 2 30; ? B5, 3 80, 6 25, 7 10, 6 80
2 35, 5 95, 5 46, t 95, 6 75, 7 10, S 05, 3 80, 3 60
80,4 85,3 20,7 05, 7 05. r . -
GRAIN Corn from store we quote at 70c Oats
65-60 -. Wheat $1 131 20 for red and $1 251 30
BACON Very little offering from country. We quota
at 8i for Shoulders, and 10 X for Hams and clear
Sides. Selling at X10c for Shoulders and 12tgil2i
fur Bams and clear sides. ...', '.
CANDLES Tallow ll313c, Sper n 4042c; Sfcur 17
19; Parafflne 3040c V &- The Parafflne are very
COFFEE Very firm at 14c.
CHEESE Sales at llXfo)12c for W. R.
FLOUR Stock on market good. Sales rather light
at $5 75, SS, and 0 50 for Superfine, Extra, and extra
Family. In bags S3 10 to $3 30.
FEATHERS Very dull, at 30a32)c.
DRIED FRUTK Are extremely dull, there being no
demand of importance for them from any quarter.
We notice small sales at 40c for Apples and $1 161 25
for Peaches. ;
HAT Sales from store at $2527 $ ton.
LARD Sales from store at 10X and 11c In barrel
LEATHER Harness $27; Upper $2433; Hemlock
26c; Oak sole 28c.
MEAL. From store 70c. . '
MOLASSES S.les at 3033c and 3437c, brte and
haires. St. Louis Syrup 85c.
NAILS We quote $3 25 to $4, inclusive.
ONIONS We quote at S3 25 V rL
POTATOES We quote at $175a$l brl.
RICE Sales atfrom6to6Vintiercesandsmaller
SUGAR Stock on band heavy. We quote at 6 j to
8c for New Orleans, and crushed and powdered at
WHISKY Very dull, with small Bales at 1618,
1719, Hud "jr 60c for rectified, Tennessee white and
Robei t.jon county.
YARNS Sales at 912c for 400 to 800, inclusive.
GINSENG AND BEESWAX We quote at 40c and
BRAN Sales at $20 00 per ton.
SEEDS Blue Grass, stripped, SI 73; Clen $2 per
bushel of 14 fts; Timothy $3 60; Herds Grass $1 40
1 50; Orchard $1 601 75; Millet $1 60; Hungarian
$112)1 25; Flax seed 75c.
COAL Sales at 1722 and 22(2250.
Uevletv of tiie Cincinnati market.
Wko.vesdat EVS.V1XO, February 13.
FLOUR The market is unchanged and duU. About
400 bb s superfine sold at St 50, and 600 do extra at
$4 755 25.
WHISKY Tfce demand continues fair, and the mar
ket firm. Saies of 1200 bbls at 13 (31iXc, the Ut
ter rate for wagon.
PROVISION? The demand for Mess Pork is quite
limited, and the market dull, though holders are firm
60 bbls Mess, city bnnd, sold at $17. A fair demand'
for Bacon, which U off-red quite freely, and prices are
easier. The sales were 25 hhds Shoulders at 7Xc,
and 177 do Sides at 99)ic for bone, and 10)c for
clear. Buik Meat dull, and W offered mure freely at 6
and 8Jc, w tbout fiudiug buyers: 80,000 rfcs Shoulders
sold at 6 3 10c, to be delivered in March. A good de
mand for Lard, with sales of 100 tierces head at 8c
85'j tierces prime at 9c, aud 400 kegs at 10c.
WHEAT There is an improved demand, and the
market closes steady at 98cfS!$l lor prime red, and
$1 05 1 08 for prime wh:te: sales 1900 bushels prime
red at $1; 1500 do prime Hill at $1 04il 05; 1050 do
prime red at 98c.
CORN Continues dull, but without any change in
pr ces; we quote ear at 30(ga3c, the outside rate at the
lower depots, and mixed and while shelled at 3335c
in bulk; sales 1000 bushels ear at upper depots at 31c
800 do do at canal
OATS Are dull, and prices declined to I7c in bulk;
sales 1000 bushels at canal at 27c.
RYX Is unchanged and dull; we quote prime at 58
BARLEY There is a modi rate demand for prime
fall at 70j, but holders are generally asking 2ffl3c
above this price. Western spring is dull at 6062c;
the sales reported were 800 bushel i prime fall at 70c.
500 do do do at 70c, delivered.
HAY The market continues dull at $1112 per ton
for prime Timotby, und $6,'S.8 for common, iu bales,
CHEESE The demand is moderate at 8 Vc for W
R. , 9c for Hamburg, and lOcfor E. D.
BUITER The supply is in excess of the demand,
and the market rules duU and heavy, at 122)13 for
prime roll, and 86210c for common.
APPLES The demand continues good at $1 752 25
per bbl for Northern, the latter rate for choice from
POTATOES The market is firm, with a good local
and export demand at $1 801 40 m r bbl lor prime
SEED Clover continues duU, but without any
change in prices. We quote prime at $4 35(34 40
sales 150 bush at 4 40. Timothy is firm, and in good
demand at $9 402 50 for prime.
ASO DKALSBS IX
Fine Wines, Brandies k Domestic Liquors,
SEGARS, TOBACCO, IRON, NAILS, Ac
Ho. 7 South Market Street,
Have removed to the above Stand.
Cincinnati and lYasville Pio
The following Boats comprise a regular line, and will
remain permanently in the trade during the entire
se ison, and in all cases shippers may rely on the punc
tual departure of these Boats as advertised :
Steamer NASHVILLE, P. K. BAacLar plaster
Steamer GLEXWOOD, J. A. Fbjxikx, Master
Steamer inELUOSE, Tx. Mstcalr, Master
Steamer CLIPPER, T. J. Bares, Master.
A. HAMILTON', 1 .
dec21-in H. H. HARRISON, J AZeata.
HOW LOST, HOW XESTOBSD.
Jut Publithed, in a Sealed Envelope,
OS THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURE
OF SPERMATORRHOJJ, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual
Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary Emissions, in
ducing lm potency, and Mental and Physical Debility.
Bt ROBT. J. CULVER WELL, M. D.,
Autkor fOu "Green Book," dc,
The world -renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience that the
awful consequences of Self-abuse may be effectually
removed without medicine and without dangerous
surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or
cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may cure himself cXeapiw, pri
vately and radically. This lecture will prove a boon
to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post faid, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CH. J.
a KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York, Post office Box
jan30-dw till aprii 6 '61
Revolution in Picture Making.
Ten Photograplis for One Dollar.
KEEP it before the people that we are making TEN
PHOTOGRAPHS for ONE DOLLAR, suitable for
Albums and sending in letters, large ones in propor
tion. All the new and popular styles introduced here
A word to Mothers: Bring along your babies and
hare them taken, we have lots of patience, and will
use every exertion to please you at
nov!9-tf HUGHES' GALLERY.
O'be1"1 fter JlU,ary 1881 onr business will
Tt know thllkrnnnnliiiilliia . u.n
able to sell Goods much cheaper, thereby making H the
interest of the buyer to five us their patronage.
OA x vtM KIZZKI. L,
Jhl 81 Public square.
DR. We P. JONES
HAS an Office adjoining the residence of Capt. Sloek
ell. Cherry street, and resides at No. 24 Vine
street, between Church and Broad. janlS tf
Howe Sewing Machine Office,
Removed to 11-.--
34 UNION STREET-
First Floor, recently occupied by J. C. Harvey Co.
In calling the attention of oar numerous patrons
and the public to oar removal to more accessible qoar
ters, w deem il unnecessary to refer to the merits of
the How Machine, at their good, qualities are already
A full stock of Silk, Spool Cotton, and Machine find
ings always on bana. CONS BROS. , Agents, -
.... 34 Union Street,
janlT-tf 'Nashville, Tenn.
IN any quantity, varying in longth from (Inches U
fet long, at i LUCK'S
45 Union Street.
Hurrah for the Ilclidays.
THU most acceptable present yoa can make is earn
of HUGHES' INIMITABLE PHfrmttRAPH POJt.
TRAITS. IVORYTYPE3 or MELATNOTYPES. Don A.
lay. N. B. Ta Autograph Photographa for en dollar
.n sale; Buck 'a
Bank of America.. .
M:d He Tenn
" ' Tvrnnessf-e ,..
, " Taxwell
' " Claiborne. ,
" West Tenn..,
"u East " ,
Commercial Bank .
.. o dim
Farmers' . .
Northern " .
Planter " .
- . Par
uthern " .. ...
Union " .....
Bsoani Ajra jroBiHLass. -
! Agricultural Pnk, BrowpBTllle.
- Central B.k of Tennessee, Nashville.
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Memphis.
Mechanics' Bank, Memphis.
Memphis Savings Institution,
Exvnange Bank, Murfreeaboro.
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, Kpoxville.
Bank of Treaton.
Bank of Jefferson, Dandridge,
Bank or Mobile...... 2 dSouthera Bnk of Ala Sdis
rouigomery.. a dud aaooor aid olosss.
" Selma 3 diW Planters' Bank of Ala, Flo-
tbe State lOdis) renoa.
Central rtank of Ala. 6disjPlant-rs and Mechanics'
Commercial Bank ... dis Bank, Huntsville.
Fasiero Bank, Selma 6d s ute Bank of Alabama.
Northern Bank of Ala 2
Mechcs Savings Wt.. Sdis
" it PlantersB'k Sdis
Northwestern Bank..l0 d S
Planters' Bank Sdis
Timber Cutters' Bank26 dis
Union Bank......... Sdis
Agusta Insurance and
Banking Company 3dk
Bank of Augusta..... Sdisj
" Athens ...... a die
" Columbus..... 6ds
" Commerce 3 dis
- " tti'EmpireStte85dil
BKOKXX AXD CLOSES.
" Fulun 10 dis
" MiddleGeorgia Sdis
" Savannah .... 4 dig
" the St'ta of Ga 4 dis
Central R R B'king Co 4 dis
Bankef Albany, Albany.
city tanx or Augusta 4 dis
Commercial Bank ... 4 dis
Cherokee Ins. and Banking
Farmers and Mechan
(Commercial B'k of Macon.
ics Bank 4 dis!
Exchange " Griffin.
Georgia R R B'k'gCo 4di-
Planters' A Mechanics' B'k
tnUTior nut .
LaGrange " SO dis
Planters' k Mechanics' B'k
Marine Bank of Ga.. Sdis
Manufacturers' k Mechau-
" Fire Insu'ceB'k 3 dis ics B'k. Columbus.
Mechanics' Bank.... 3 die Southern B'k, Bainbridge.
ILLINOIS 19 dis
Slate Bank 2 dis Other Banks dis
Bank or Ashland.... car.
People's B'k par
" louisvtlle pari
BROEXX AD CLOSBB.
Newport Sfaety Fund B'k,
Trust Co., Covington.
CommercialB'k of Ky par
farmers' " " pari
.Northern .. " paM
Southern ' par
Rink of America ..
par. Union B'k par
" James Rubb..
" Louisiana ....
" New Orleans..
part brocsx axd closed.
par uarrolton Bank, N. O C
Crescent City Bank
Exchange " "
Ex. k Com. " "
State B'k of La, "
Western B'k, Rome,
I ouisiana State "
B'k of the State of Mo 8 dia Merchants' Bk 8 dis
St. Louis 8 dis Southern B'k SuLouis 8 dis
Exchange Bank.... 8disWestern " 8 dis
Farmers' " 8dlslt'niou " 8 dis
Mechanics' " .... 8 dis'
parldi8 Country Bks 26dis
par Country Bks 25dis
N. Y. City Bks..
Solvent Banks 1 2 dis
B'k ot Cape Fear.... 8 dis, b'k of Wilmington .. Sdis
Charlotte 8dlsi Yancey vilie ... 8 dis
Clarendon 8 dis Commercial B'k .... 8 dis
Fayetteville.. . 8 dis Farmers 8 dig
Lexingston.... 8 cislGreensboroMutualLife
North Carolina 8 dial Insurance Co... ...CO (lis
State of N. C... 8 dig' Merchants Bk 8 dis
Wadesborough. 8 dis Miners & Planters Bk broke
Washington.... 8 dis'
State Bank of Ohio.. ..2dis I Com. Bk of On 2d is
Bk of the Ohio Valley .2dis Country Bks Sdis
Philapelphia Bks... . par Country Panks. 2d is
B'k of Charleston.... 4dis'Bkof South Carolina.
Camden "dis Ex. Bk of Columbia..
Chester I dis. Farmers' k Ex Bk.. .
Commercial Bk of Co
Mercb'ts Bk of S C
lumbia 4 dis
People's " " ..
Planters' k Mechs'Bk
Planters' Bk of Fair-
Charleston R R 4 dis!
Commercial Bk 4dis
B'k of Georgetown.. 4 dis
Hamburg..... 4 dis;
Southwestern R Bk..
Newbury 4disSlate Bk, Charleston.
tne state or s t- no Bkors.c...
B'k of Berkeley.
'Exchange B'k Sdis
' Commerce..... 6
the Com'nw'lth 6
Farmers' B'k of Fin-
disTarmers' Bk of Va..
' Ho wards ville.. 6
Merchant's "... .
" k Mech'cs B'k.
' Scolts ville
dislSouth " " ...
dis) BBOKXX AND CLOSED
B'k of Potomac.
dislCorp. of Fredericksburg b
dis Farmers' k Mechanics'
dis B'k, Charlotte b
M'inongahela FarmingCo b
dis Va. Saline B'k b
dis Western B'k ofVa b
Corporation of Alex
Dann ville Bk 6
Gold, American jto2pre Silver.
1 (SI prem
New York Sight
New Orleans "
Cincinnati - .
40 Acres per acre.. no sale 1 120 Acres fi acre. .no sale
80 " " ..nosalelieo ..no sale
Electric Water Cure.
THE undersigned has taken the large House on the
hill in South Nashville, at the head of Front
street, known as the Rutledge property, where he has
established a comfortable home for invalids, and pro
vided ample means for their restoration to health.
Patients from the country and strangers taken sick in
the city can nnd gentle nursing and appropriate medi
cal attendance. Our treatment m Chronic Diseases
consists of Water Electricity, and the most effective
medicine and Homes pa thy in all Acute and Febrile
Diseases, and in all cases our charges will be mode
rate ana to suit tne times.
The institution is located in a field of 17 acres, con
taining one shade trees and pleasant grounds for exer
cise lor convalescents. From the house, we have the
finest prospective view of the city, Cumberland river.
and surrounding country, afforded in any other part
or tne city.
As far as regards onr success in practice in the heal
ing art, we will only say we have now been in Nash
ville one year, and our register will show the names
of over 160 patients, treated for various diseases,
most of them hopless cases of Chronic Diseases, and
31 of whom were confirmed cases of Consumption,
and out of the whole number of 160 odd cases treat
ed, only S have died, all of whom were given np as
hopeless before I saw them, and every one of ths rest
nave been curea, or at least greatly Deneutted.
For the protection or others, we can receive into
this institution no patients having contagious diseases,
but will attend to such at other places. Family prac
tice attended to as usual.
P. A. WESTER VELT, if. D.
Office Colonade Block, No. 63 X Cherry Street.
Office boars from 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and from 1
to S o'clock P. M., every day except Sunday. At all
other times I can be found at the Electric Water Core
Though we are opposed to publishing certificates to
show that we can control diseases supposed to bo In
curable, we will re-publish the following letter of a
well-known citisen to the editor of the Republican
Banner, of Dec 30th, I860 :
Ma. Editor : Having been afflicted for some months
past, as is known by my many acquaintances, with
an attack of paralysis, and having received a benefit
so decided from the use of electrical baths, given mo
by Dr. Westervelt, I have thought it due to those simi
larly situated with myself, to make this publication.
I was decidedly convalescent wheal began to us the
baths, but the benefit derived from them has been so
positive that there could be no mistaking the cause.
I am now able to use my fingers and my arms, which
were entirely neipiess, aimon, a not quite, as well ss
I know this notice may inur to the benefit of Dr.
W. , at least with those who place confidence ia my
word, but to me it is a matter of much greater inpor
tance that my friends should know where they can
be relieved from taa state of helplessness I was ia a
short time since. . JOHN ADAMS.
REFERENCES. R. H. Brockway. W. Freeman. R.
Freemaa, Joseph Whetess, M. M. Bryant, Felix G. Mc
Kay, Capt. Bellsnyder, George C Cooper, John Adams,
(of firm of Adams k Eves), and others too numerous
to mention, who know how to appreciate my services.
r. A. WESTERVELT.
N. B. Letters from a distance, askine further in
formation, enclosing a postage stamp, and addressed
to r a. mesierveit, n. iMaa villa, Tenn., will be
promptly answered. - . JanlS-8m
3. D. W. GREEN.
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-y xovEiA'sciiiaiiit :
Policy Plan Lottery S
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
numbers, and pay any amount for a ticket they may
Extra Class 2, (Draws Oct's. 1860.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted) atS
47- In this Scheme, there are T5 Numbers placed ia
the Wheel from 1 op to T& and twelve of these
numbers are drawn from the WheeL If a person se
lects one Number out of the 76, aad that Number is
among the Numbers drawn, be gets five times the
amount invested. If two selected numbers are drawn.
be get thirty for one ; If three selected Numbers
are drawn, he gets two hundred for one ; If four se
lected Number are drawn, be get a thousand for
w , it nve seiectea numbers are drawn, Bve thousand
for one : if six selected Numbers are drawn ; fifteen
thousand to one. sjcmkxxzk, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and all those Numbers so selected
are not drawn anions: the Twelve Drawn Number, th
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Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Draw Four (4) Times a Month.
And are the most liberal of anv Schema ever offered.
For particulars, address,
w. J. UAWSOX at oo., Managers,
Oct SL Macon, and Savannah, Ga.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted bv the S Danish Government
under the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havanah, on
Wednesday, February 27. 1861.
3 G 0,0 OO DOLLAUS
Sorted Komero 651 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prize of $100 000
1 " 60,000
60 Prizes of.. ......1,000
60 " " 600
163 " " 400
20 Approximations.. .8,800
" " 20,000
" " 10.000
4 Approximations to the 8100.000. of 1600 men -4
of 400 to 60,000 ; 4 of 400 to 30,000 : 4 of 400, to 20,000
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Ticket! $20 ; Halves Sib Quarters $5.
Prizes cashed at Bight at 6 per cent discount.
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded aa aoon ma the rMiult
i All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be addrma-
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post.) Charleston,
So., Ca. " decl-td. '
j a -a .2
n 5 Eh
DR KUVG'S IISPISS RY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING, formerly of New York, for
the last four year of Louisville, Ky.,
Mil nuuiMsuciuwu un ftikCUllUU Mf
the treatment of private diseases for 80 years, flatters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases ot a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
No 23 Deaderick street, between Cherry and the Square,
econd story, where he cures all disease of a private
Gonorhea cured without nauseous medicine or in
erference with business.
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured In
a few days, by an operation which cause no pain.
Where a Stricture exist health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
. Syphilis, with all the diseases of the skin, crowing
ont of neglect or bad treatment, can be effectually
cored in a few days.
Seminal Wealcnete. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought on In many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the passions, a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject unfit for
business or society, and causing premature old age.
Female who may be laboring with any difficulty of
th Womb may rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
case, with alee enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King, No. 23
Deaderick street, Nashville, Tenn., will have the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. . Office hours
from 9 o'clock in the morning until 0 in the evenicur.
Great Sacrifice ef Furnishing Goods for 30
and after December 16th, J. H. McGILL will sell
his large stock of Goods at cost for cash.
The Celebrated Parts Yoke Shirt,
Cost $12 per dozen, former price $15 ; Shoulder Seam
Shirt coat $15 per dozen, former price $18; do $24 per
dozen, former price $30,
Merino Shirts cost 65 cents, former price $1 00.
" " " $1.00 " 1 88
Woolen 1.28 " 1 75
" 1.76 "3 25
Heavy " " 2.60 3 00
A Choice Iak of Shirt Bosoms.
Heavy Drawers 11 match the above named Shirts.
The reduction wid be made on Half Hose, Gloves,
ScarlS, TieSjHandkm lm-!, Suspenders, Robes, Shirt
Bosoms sad all articio ....in I Iu K Ornish ing Stores ,and
a good assortment of t-i.. y Articles, such as Canes,
Brashes, Combs, Port Monies, Dressing Cases, fcc
decl6-tf No. 28 Cherry street one Door from Union.
Agricultural and Seed Store,
KO. 5 MARKET STREET,
We have on hand and are constantly supplied with
the most approved
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AXD MACHINES
Manufactured. Also a complete assortment of
Pare and Selected Seeds.
Zlahines and Implements.
PORTABLE STEAM ENGIXES, '
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, -
- REAPERS AND MOWERS, "
THRESHING MACHINES, a "
STRAW CUTTERS, ' - .
- FIELD ROLLERS,
. w SEED SOWERS,
' - ; WHEAT DRILLS,
- . GRIST MILLS,
CLOVER HCLLESS, ,
HORSE HAT RAKX3.
. SCGAR MILLS, '
' J"AN MILLS, ..-
i - . . PLOWS, - - - , :
. ( s t V CULTIVATORS, : .
' ' ' CHURNS, Ac
CLOVER SEED, .. .'
CLEAN BLUE GRASS SEED,
STRIPEPD BUTE GRASS SEED, .
ORCHARD GRASS SEED,
HERDS GRASS SEED, v . '
MILLET SEED, , .
. LUCERNB- -
OSAGB ORANGE SEED,
PERENNIAL BTX GRASS SEED, - , .
- WRIN AND FALL BARLET,1 ' 2 - ' '
ATS, . , '
RTK . .
PLASTER PARIS, . . . .. y
.1 HYBRAUUC CEMTNT, ' i
- " ? " LAND PLASTEBi
GUANO , I'.
JU1213TIIOWQ Xb CO.
' Sedtla NatTllle laary.
TJ 0W ooea an roT e f -t.'-H parties pr irate c
XI public, at eerwt aoUue. ,rry ktad of redt
U-kaaad na tin..
tra furnished at abort notice, , -,
Ths Akalgakatrm or Labosagss. There is a grow
ing tendency in this age to approrriate the most ex
preasiva words of other laagiiages, aad after a whil
to meorporate tbeea into our owa : thus th word Co
phalic, which is from the Greek, signifying "for th
head," is now becoming popularised ia connection
with Mr. Spalding' great Headache remedy, bat U
wul 900a be used ia a more general way, and the word
Cephalic will become as Tim Electrotvpe and
many others whoae distinction a fcreiga words has
worn away by common usage until they seem
"native and to the manor born.'
Hi 'ad 'a 'orrible 'eadache this hafternooa, haadl
stepped into the hapothecaries hand says hi to the maa
uCaa yoa hease me of aa 'eadacheP' "Does it hache
'ard," says 'e. "Hexceedingly," says hi, band a poo
that e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'poa me 'oner it
cured me so quick that I 'ardly realised I 'ad aa 'esd
Hsadacbs U the favorite sign by which natnre
makes known any deviation whatever from the natu
ral state of the brain, and viewed in this light it may
be looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of
disease which might otherwise escape attention, till
too late to be remedied : and iu indications should
never be neglected. Headaches may be classified un
der two names, viz: Svmtomatic and liiioDathic
Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly common and is
iue precursor w a great variety or diseases, among
which are Apoolexv. Gout. Rheumatism and all febrile
diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach, constituting nek headache, of
hepatic disease constitute MiowaaidafAe. ot worms.
oonstipatioa aad other disorders of the bowels, as
well as renal and uterine aflections. Disease of the
heart are very frequently attended with Headache;
Anaemia and plethora are also affections which fre
quently occasion headache.- Idiopathic Headache is
also very common, being usually distinguished by the
una nereoui aeonocas, aometimes coming on sud
denly ia a state of apparently sound health, and pros
trating at once the mental and physical energies, and
In other Instances it come on slowly, heralded bv de
pression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most In
stances the pa ia is in the front of the head, over one
or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting;
under this class may also be named ATeuralgia.
For the treatment of either class ot Headache the
Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy,
relieving the -most acute pains in a few minutes, and
by its subtle power eradicating the disease of which
Headache ia the nneering index.
Bridget. Missus wants von to send her a box of
Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills. but I'm
thinking that's not Just it naither ; but perhaps ye'll
be afther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead
and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants seme
more of that same as relaived her before.
OmggitL You must mean Spalding' Cephalic Pills.
BnduL Och I sore now and you've sed it here's
the quartherand gir me th Pills and don't be all dav
about it aither.
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so pre
valent, sa little understood, and so much neglected as
Costiveness Often originating in carelessness, or
sedentary habit ; it is regarded as a slight disorder
of too little consequence to excite anxiety, while in re
ality it is the precursor and companion of many of the
most fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early
eradicated it will bring the sufferer to an untimely
grave. Among the lighter evils of which costiveness
is the usual attendant, are Headache, Colic, Rheuma
tism, Foul Breath, Piles and others of like nature,
while a long train of frightful diseases such as Malig
nant Fevers, Abcesses, Dysentery , Diarrhoea, Dyspep
sia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy. Paralysis. Hysteria. Hypo-
chondrasis. Melancholy and Insanity, first indicate
their presence in the system by this alarming symp
tom, not umrequentiy tne diseases named originate
in Constipation, but take on an independent existence
unless the cause is eradicated in an earl v sUe. From
all these considerations it follows that the disorder
should riceive Immediate attention whenever it oc
curs, and no person should neglect to get a box of Ce
phalic Pills on the first appearance of the complaint, as
their timely use will expel the insiduous approaches of
disease and destroy this dangerous foe to human life.
A Eeal Blessing.
Physician. Well, Mrs. Jones,how is that headache?
Afn. Jone. tooe I Doctor, all gone I the pill yoa
sent cored me in fust twenty minutes, and I wish yon
would send me more, so that I can have them bandy.
Pkvxicsan. You can get them at any Druggists.
Call for Cephalic Pills, I find they never fail, and I re-
commena tnem in ail cases or ueaaacne.
Afrs. Janet. I shall send for a box directly, and
shall tell all my suffering friends, tor they are a real
Twkbtt MnxioM or Doixabs Savkd Mr. Spalding
has sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Pre
pared Glue, and it ia estimated that each bottle saves
at least ten dollars worth of broken furniture, thus
maxingan aggregate or twenty millions or dollars re
claimed from total loss by this valuable invention.
Having made his glus a household word, he now pro
pose to do the world still greater service by curing all
the aching heads with his Cephalic Pills, and if they
are as good as t is Glue, Headaches will soon vanish
away wee snow in July. -
y Over Excitement, and the mental care and anx
iety incident to close attention to business or study,
are among the numerous causes of Nervous Haaoache.
The disordered state of mind and body incident to this
distressing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and
ambition. Sufferers by this disorder can always ob
tain speedy relief from these distressing attacks by
using one of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It auiets the overtasked brain, and
soothes the strained and jarring nerves, and relaxes
the tension of the stomach which always accompanies
ana aggravates tne disordered condition of the brain.
Fact woeth rwvno. Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain core for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
eim iwui awwuD, uiaiirnuMB ana oenerai AJeoiuiy.
Great Disoovbbtv Amonc the most important of
all the great medical discover tea of this age may be
considered the svstcm of vaccination for protection
from Small Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief of Head
ache, and the use of Quinine for the prevention of Fe
vers, either of which is a sure specific, whose benefits
will be experienced by suffering humanity long after
their discoverers are forgotten. a
jsVDid yoa ever have the Sick Headache f Do yoa
remember the throbbing temples, the fevered brow,
the loathing and disgust at the sight or rood. How
totally unfit yon were for pleasure, conversation or
study. One of the Cephalic Pills would have delivered
yoa from all the suffering which yoa then experienced.
For this and other purposes yoa should always have a
box of them on hand to use as occasion require.
By the use of these Pills ths periodie attacks of
AcraMU r Sick Headache may be prevented ; and tf
taken at the commencement of aa attack Immediate
relief from pain aad sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail In remov ing the Vmmn and Head
ache to which female are so abject.
, They act gently upon the bowels, removing Cbstis-
For LUerarf Mm, Stidcntt. Delicate Females, and
all persons of tedentawy habit, they are valuable as a
XVajwrrnr, Improving th appttue, giving tome and vigor
t the digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIo PILLS are the result ef long invee
tlgatioa sad carefully conducted experiments, having
been tat ass many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and
suffering from Headache, whether originating in th
aereatu svstem or from a deranged stat of the stamaeA.
They are entirely Tegetabl m their oompneuioo,
aad may be takes at all times with perfect safety wtth
m .irh,riiiii!hMn( dM. and the ubtrmn of any
axtaomabU tatf renders ifesjf t admtmiiter them to
cMdrea. . , - -
, BEWARE OF COCXTERFEITS 1 . ,
The genome hav Bv signatures of Henry C. Spald
las! on each Bnx.
rsoid by Ptngglsts end all other Dealers la Medicines
AJIorn3MB addressed to
ll " '"-"rY C SPAT.DiyCr.
; THE GEEAT
FAULT aZDirUE OF TEE 1 1 E !
tTTE ask the atteotioa of the trade and the public to
I r this long aad annv&llea
i. FAMILY MEDICI X E.
Jbr the cm of Oeldt, Caught, Weak tamem am
General DebOity, IndigeMon, Cramp mm Pom n
Stomach, Bowel Owftatnf, CeHc, JXarrhanu Chain .
And for Fever and Ague.
Thereto nothing better. It has bees favorably known
for morehi an twenty yean to be the
ONLY SURE SPECIFIC
for the many disease incident to the human laaitly-
Internally and Externally
It WOrk. ftvuvall.
can be produced
a 11.- JZ. received
Roo, MiUMiu Co., Mich., July 8. 18j
Brim J. IS. Habbi a Co.,
Gnxmcn The oootUec. I have m Perry Uavaw
Pain Killer as a remedy for Coids, Coughs, BonuStvam
and Rheumatism, for the core of which 1 -
fully used it, induces me to cheerfully recommend as
virtues to others.
A few months ago I had recourse to it to desirov a
felon ; although 1 had never beard of us being used tor
that purpose . bat Laving sufiered intensely fruan a far
mer one, and having no other remedy at hand, 1 applied
the Pain killer freely for about fifteen minutes at eve
ning, and repeated the application very briefly the next
morning, which entirely destroyed the Ldua. and in-
creased my confidence In the utility ot the remedy
lours truiy, a. w. ciiais,
Minister of the Wesleyan Methodist Churoh.
TIIE PAIN KILLER
has been tested m every variety of climate aad by
almost every nation known to Americans. It is the
constant companion and inestimable friend of the bub
ionary and traveller, on sea and land, aad no one
should travel on our LAKES oa RIVERS WITHOUT 11 i
Be sure you call for and get the gensine Pain Kilter,
as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sotj
on the great reputation of this valuable medtcin
eLirectkua accompanying each bottie.
boid by dealers every where.
Price 25 cts., 60 eta. and fl per bottle.
J. n. Harris k 10.,
Proprietors for the Western and Southern States
Sold by W W Berry k Demoville and twin, Pendleton
k Co, Nashville, Tenn; S Manfiedld k Co, Memphis.
Tenn; J Wright At Co, Scovil St Mead, New Orleannl
Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ky; John D Park, Cmcav
DU. S. O. 1C1CI1 ARDSOxVS -
Jmg hVm liters,
The Celebrated New England Remedy
Jaundice, liver and Ague, General Debility, and a
t-t TT-in i Tr-irm 1 n armrmn iiTOlin mr
THEY are are used and recommended by had In
Physicians of the country, and all who us -m
pronounce them invaluable.
Dr James L Leepere writes from Navarre, Stark co
Ohio, " Th bitters are highly praised by those ufiar
ing from indigestion, dyspepsia and liver complaint
E S Davis, Postmaster at Williams port, Ohio, says,
" They give great satisfaction. I use them mvaali:
having taken cold, become prostrate and lost my appe
tite. It relieved me. and I can recommend It with
great assurance of its merits."
Dr. Wm. M. Kerr, of Ragersville, Ind, , write ua that
they are the most valuable medicine ottered. He has
recommeuded them with great success, aad with them
made several cures of saisitation of the heart and gen.
Tnotuas sumlord , Esq., Bionntsville, Henry ou . ind .
write us a long letter under date of May 4. IHoq H.
was much reduced, having been altticted for three
years with great nervous debility, palpitation ot the
heart of the most severe and prostrating character,
"after using a few bottles, I was cumpiei.Uy restored,
and am now in robust health,"
George w . Hoffman says he was afflicted with enea
mutism for twenty years, in all its various forma, and
at the date of his letter he had been two veers weU .
the Bitters effecting a cure, when several physicians
attending him could do him no good. He says, 4 - lor
rneumatism, aispepsia, liver complaint, kidney a dec
tion, or dropsy, it is a specific certain remedy,"
J. W. Hunt writes from Detphois, Allen 00., Ohio, (a
section where fever and ague prevails,) that be mo
cheerfully recommends them of decided merit in al
cases of fever and ague and general debility.
D. K. Gallehers, M. D writes from Van Wert, Ohio.
" I most respectfully recommend the Sherry Wine BiU
ters to the notice of all dis peptic persons, "f si
who require a stimulating medicine,
SUCH NEWS WE IRE RECEIVING MIL.
FCLL DIRECTION'S ACCOMPAX'TLSa EACH BOTTLA.
They are sold by Medicine dealers generally
Price 75 eta, per bottle.
J. N, HARRIS k CO., Cincinnati otuo.
Proprietors for the Southern and Western States -to
whom address all orders.
For sale wholesale and retail by W . W4 Berry k De
mo ville ; Ewin, Pendleton k Co., and Rains k BrowE.
.ashvUle,Tenn.;S. Mansfield k Co., Memphis, Tenn.,
J. Wright st Co., and Scovil k Meaus, New Orleans; J
O. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Edwaod Wilder, Louisvule.
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
THESE Medicine have now been before the publie
for a period of THIRTY YEARS, and during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons sutlering under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human frame is liable.
The following are among the distressing variety of
human diseases in which the
Vegetable Life Medicines
are known to be Infallible:
DYSPEP8IA, by thoroughly cleaning the first and
second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ; FLATU
LENCY, Loss or Arrama, Hbabtbcbx, Hbadacbx,
KratinKsiiess, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Langoor and Melan
choly, which are the general symtoms of Dyspepsia,
will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
CJSTTVENESS, by cleaning the whole length 'of
the inutmea with a solvent process, and without
violence ; all violent purges leave the bowels eoeuv
within two days.
Ft. VERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of all intesti
nal obstructions In others.
The Life Medicines have been known to care KJTETJ
MATISM permanently in three weeks, and GOUT in
had that tune, by removing local innamation trom th
muscles and ligaments of the joints.
CB0PSIES of all kinds by treeing and strength
ening the kiuneys and bladUer; they operate most de
lirfhuuily on these important organs, and hence have
ever been found a certain remedy for the worst cases
Aiao W0KJCS, by dislodging from th toraings of
the bowel the aumy matter to which these creature
SCn&VY.TJXCXKS A I WTITrER A T"F KOBT"
by the perlect purity which these Lue Meoicinee ave
to the blood, and all th humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions
by their alterative eUect upon toe fluid that feed toe
skin, and the mordid state of which ocoasiona all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other dis
agreeable complexions. - -
the one 01 these Pill for a very short time will ef
fect an enure care of SALT RILEUal. and a striking
impprovemeot in the clenrueks ol the akin. COM
ttxiN COcDS and LVrLUEslZA will alwava be
cured by one Uose, or two in toe worst.
rlLia. ihe original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 36 years standing bv the na of
the Life Medicines alone
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of the
Weuiern country, these Medicines will be found a sale.
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicmea mbv
tne system suDject 10 a return or the disease a cure
by these Medicines is permanent Try them, be satis
fied and be eared
BILIOUS FEVERS AN-" LIVER COM'
FLal.Xi XS. iTCoerai Jjebiluy, Loss of Appetite, and
buwaaes ui Females th Medicines nave been uaed
with the most beneficial results in cases of this de
scription : King's Evil and Scrofula, la it worst
forms, yields to the mild, yet powerful action of the
remarkable Medicines. Sighl Sweats, Nervous DafaUi
ty , Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation oft h
Heart, Painters' Colic are speedily cured.
KERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whoa 00a
StitutMJUs have become impaired by th hgiHUaoss
use or Mercury, will end the Medicine a peneet
cure, as they never fail 10 eradicate from the 17111111
all the etlects of Mercury, mfiniiely sooner than ths
must powerful preparations ot Saraaparilla.
Broad way, Nw York,
POR &ALZ Br ALL DAUUGLS1S
PURIFY THE BLOOD I
T"XR, WEAVER'S CAXKER AXD SALT RHETM SY
LJ RUP. tor th cur of Canker. Salt Rheum. Err.
sipelas, aVxofulous Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, hor
Eyes, and every kind of Disease arising from an Im
pure state of the Blood. THE MObT EFFECTIVE
BLOOD PURIFIER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
It is th Prescription of an Educated Physician, and
all who are afflicted with any of the above named dag
mmm iubi u wiunu oemy, u win drive w
skin, a few applications of DR, WEAVER'S CERATE, or
ui- ialiv 1 , ana yoa nave a permanent cure
The CERATE has proved itaelf to be the best Oint
ment ever invented, and where one osed, it has never
been Known to fail of effecting a permanent core or ua
Sores, Tetter and Ringworm , Scald iiead,UilJbiaina aad
Frost Bites, Barber's Itch, Chapped or Cracked Haade
or Lips, Blotches or Pimpies oa th Fan. And for
SORE NIPPLES AXD SORE EYES, the Cerate is to. only
thing required to car. It should Be xpt m ua noose
of every family.
Price of Syrup SL Cerate of 25 cent per bottle. Di
rections accompany each bottle. Sold by most Medi
cine Dealer. J. N. HAKK1S A CO., Proprietors,
For the Westers and Southern States: Cincinnati, O ,
To whom orders for th ahov Med km may b ad.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by W. W. Barry ADemo
Till, Ewin, Pendleton A Co., Rains A Brown, aad all
other VrugxW of Nashville, Tenn; fc. Mansfield A Ob.;
Memphis, Tenn; Edward Wilder k Co., Loots villa, Ky ,
j, Wright A Co., New Orleans, La. angao-dawly
DR. HEXRY ANDREW, the original Inventor, re
former and founder of new principles ia th prac
tice of Medicine, can be consulted by letter, by aaV
dressing bun al New O leans. La., and Medicine will
be forwarded by mail, (free of charge for trial .) to any
Post Office in the Union. DR. ANDRKW offers is all
eases of Consumption aadNervoos Debility, ScroAua,
and all Rheumatic, Paralytic and Mercarial aOeclrai, ;
diseases of the Hip and Spine, Kidneys and Biaddor
Gravel, Dropsy, Ac, a aaf sua speedy core, remain .
Weakness, Suppression, Irregularities, and all diaeewe r
of th Womb, otnetare tn the Urethra, Fistala and
Piles remedied withoat the tastrnment or BaneV'
age. AOer twenty years of pononrl and prematura
exuerteoon, be can stat that no person in th wi '
can cur those diseases with mineral or vestaiito saeaV
ton alone. There never was en chronic Binsn
treated right or properly at the Charity Haeottni j 5
this city, and ths bead sad pride of la mod teal saov. j
bavecbarawof it. tin nam no amiaerel rnnie IU
raoMdx et tb mast debUitatad te "? 4'
faBet of heals. wkSs Itiirj t -i: -ea!
te .fr tleakvem. xr.m ;.;
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