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Tri-weekly, ler annum, 00
I, Weekly, per annum,..!.. '8 00 '
v On Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies
for one year, in advance, 6 00
When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly la to be
discontinued (paid is advance at the time subscribed
for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be
continued, at our option, until iaid for and stopped.
If not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu
ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be
sent until paid.
1 Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our
Bridgeport Insurance Company
STATEMENT FOR JAN. Imt, 18u8.
II rl dee port Inenranee Company, lo
cated at Bridgeport, louu.
2 CapiUl Stuck,. ; $300,000 00
8 , " pan! up,..., MM 00
4 - " . THK ASSETS ABE:
1 Cash on hand and in hand of Agents,.. 23,79(1 04
X 2 Beal Lstalo, Susb.
5 BONDS OWNED BY THE COMPANY:
4$ Harlem R. R. Co., 1st mortgage, 7's. 45,000 00
15 New Jorsey Central do. " 7's. 15,000 00
II Pittsburg aud Meubeuville Railroad
1st mortgage,? per cent 11,000 00
trie and nusqueliannu Coal Co., 1st
mortgage, 7 per cent 3,000 00
60 New York and Lackawanna Coal Co.,
1st mortgage.- percent 25,000 00
SH Bridgeport Water Co., n percent.... 8 ,000 00
4 Debts of the Co. secured bv mortgage.. 6'I,-H4 00
6 " secured by Mock Collateral U,45, A, 300 00
6 " for premiums, Notes for premiums, 10,905 41
7 ALL OTHER SECURITIES AND IN'VIXTMEXTS.
7Sh's Peqnonnock Hank Mock, ....106 742 00
. 28 " Bridgeport ciity bank stock, .102 2,632 00
1000 " Hudson Paint Mania" 'lug Co., 110 20,000 00
WO " Great Western Insurance Co., 50 17,000 00
(00 " Pock Coal Co., Philadelphia.. 10,010 00
lo. Brtuscport Bridge Onnar ,.leo 10,00000
. 21 " Chwatfo and - Milwaukie ' Sill
road Company, tt5 1 l,3f5 00
5 " 5-t. Louis and Iron, Mountain
Company,: loO 600 00
Bills receivable, endorsed and stock as
collateral security, 25,485 00
ft Amount of Liabilities to Banks, 0,550 00
6 Lossea adjusted and due, monk.
7 " ' " not due, 8.818 87
8 " unadjusted,.. 6,740 00
9 " in sueiie, 5,5jO 00
10 All other claims ag:iiiit the Company,.. 17,100 00
11 The greatetit amount in any one rik,.. 10,000 00
12 Tie " " " city, town,
or village, ffMccEnro bi"le.
13 The greatest amount iu any one block... 5,000 00
14 Act of Incorporation Cliaitor herewith.
THOMAS F CoLUitNAY, President.
T. HocuH, Secretary.
STATE OF COXKCTlf'VT, , , , .tt
. BRIDGEPOhTs January 25, 1859.
Personally appeared T. h. CotKrsxAY, President, and
TutotBT Hocub, Secretary, of the above Company,
and severally made oath Uiat tbe foregoing statement,
by them subscribed, is 111 their beli.-f ti ne, li-lurc
me, CKOlUiE W. WAKNrT.
.isax. Notary Public.
STA TE OF TEXXESSEE, rmrtn,lUr,t OJux,
NasHvn.ijc, February 3, Ib&h.
This is to certify tliut tin Ukiih.ij okt Inmi ka.vckCob
FAT, located at in jdgeport, in tint Stale of Counecltciit,
has complied wiUi all the reipiirements of an act paNsec
by tlie Ceneral As.einlly ot tli Matt; of Tennessee, in
March, lo5o, entitled "An Act to retaliate the agenciew
of Insurance Companies not incorporated by tiic.t.ile
of Tennessee," and Unit J Na.su is the legally an
thorized Agent of said Compauy hi the town of Nash
ville, LUte of Teune&sce.
J. C. I.CTTRELL, Comptroller.
The siibcribr continues to lnue Policies, both Fire
and Marine, of the above reliable Company , at equita
bie rim. JOtihi'H NASH.
f:b5 aw Agent,
The Greatest Lnvtiitioa of the i?f.
West's Patent Gahanic Cement
THE subscriber is now prepared to cover roofs of
building, w:th a new and bettor article tlian ever
before known. The public are aware Unit ourCuvern
ment has had Hrieulillc men experimenting, and tlint H
has beeu the study of the Architects aud Builders, for
years, to discover an artnio tor roollng purpow-s, that
would stand the sudden changes of the weather, and
be uupervioos to lire and water, and remain a perma
nent niture. As yet, uothuig has i-en attained with
out costing moru lUan the wnplu wifh. 1 he contrac
tion, expansion and rtixting of metal roofn.are so great
iu changeable chmateK, thut they become useleso, un
less tx ing reMured at great exieuse yearly. Niiwrles
are pot fire pruuf, and cau not be usel ,n tint roots,
aud the various ComHixitioiiH and (Vmeiit.s tliat have
been brought uito uu lor roollng, do not stand the ac
tion of the weather, but they run when it in warm. and
crack when troety.aud alter one or two years becoiuu
crumbly and worthless ; whereas, ths at venlor f viie
Gaivauic Cement, has labored twenty years tocotubiue
artKles lo obviate tlioao Uillicultu . iol cau testily trum
kia xrrance. and mimimuK t'MiiuiMii)a trotti
rehaale persona, who have nad his eomoiuuuou aphoU
to their buildings, tliat bis Cement la tbe rhrarx t
and best article ever before knowu. Hie combination
of this Cement is such that it is calculated for entire
new roofs. Hat or nb-cp, covering over old shingles
without reinovuig tbeiu: lining eave-troughs, seaming
around battlement, chimneys and ky ligiiLs. turer
ing car tops, steamer-deck, 4c. This Ccmuiit, by its
non-condu lion and galvauiKin, prevents metal rools
from ruvtiug ami iiiiwdilcring.aud resists the extremes
of beat and cold tn-tler lliau uu) thing over Invents,
for enure roofs or for covering metal ami the 01. t ante
of wood building, nuiking theni U'e proof, lis ap
pearance is like slate; beautiful lor the rich palaco ir
tlie humale rotlage.
The undersigned bsving si-cured the right tn the State
of Tenniti-a, will sell rightit of Territory, by Counties
or Towns, on reasonable t rinx;
Tlie suhM'ribcr is alao prepared to cover roofs of
buildings, in any part of tlie Mute, at i-hort notice:
This KiHf m now being put 011 111 this city, for tbe
heueut of all concerned, and warranted to eccl all
other modes of Hooting. The suhpcrilicr ban had lux
mode of Hooting Utteil as to Its ijiialita s, during the lilft
year aud a half in tlie city of il inph:s, winch lias
provel satwfuctory, to wlm-h a uuiuher ( tbe uiunI
prominent citizens can testify.
For further uil'ormattoii eniiire at th ufflri-, where
samples may be vo. Oillce with A. V. S. Lunl."h y ,
Kal Ftate Hroker, No. :C, ColK-gu Mr. t, .N.inllvlllo,
Tenn.; or, ad drew box h, l'ot cjiee,
tSee testiinonuilMol tlie follow nig geiitle,ueu who have
used it, with bots of others.
W. S. BENNETT, PHonum..
Attached is a note from Sn I. M-wu. Fx) , Arch
itect, by which may be keen the opuiiou of Mr. .Samuel
Moan, the celebrated Arch1U.1t, and writer upon Arch
itecture, whose rxjer!eiire with this mode of rooting,
without a doubt, a satiidacbary bi all.
Mkatmi.4. March 12. 1S57.
Ma. W. S. Baxrrr M hen Iu l'lula'lelphui, Pa ,a few
days ago, I called upou Mr. Niuiuel .Sloan, the cek-brat-d
Archit-ct, and author iJ the .-'loan Work ou Aichi
tecture. tanked hai omiiho as to lite durability, fcc,
of tVeot's PatHit Risif , such as you are using in the city
of MemphiH, and he t.., me m.a he had no bexiuilion
in saying to ine that it Is a goo.1 aud durable roof, and
is all tliat its ad v. .elites claim it to be; larlher saying
that be is using it ou a fine building for huiirrlf.
KeswcUully, JOHN L. MulaJAN, Architect.
OtTtnt or Mpb. Cktr.i & Trc. R. R. Co. 1
Bourjia, Ttaii., Oct. 1, 1S57. J
This will certify that tbe I.. C. t t. 11. R. Co. have
purchased of Mr. W. S. Dennett, the right to use on
their Cais, Bridges, linlldlngs, lc, ke., West's (.'alvau
ic Cemeut. Having seea it uned and t-stetl, I have no
hesitation m recommeudiug it to be the !et and cheap- 1
est covering now tn use.
IL I". NEH.Y, President, I
M. C. k T. R. k. Co. 1
E-toixtza'a axd Crura ax MrT's Omia, Itsxinn a.to
iltai-niM, June 2fl, 157.
To Whom n mat Com-kri; lht m u certify that tlte
Vemphis and Charleston IbtUrond Company have pur
chased of W. S. Bennett, tbe riht to prewre and uso
up their IVimu, Buildings, tars, Ac. ic. West s
tialvamc unt lire aud water proof Ktsitlng, and that
we believe it to be au economical aud durable cover
ing, having already bad it iu use for eight 11 tint.
SAM. TATK, President.
K. C ARMS, ;eui mpt
' MutMiis, March t, 17. .
W. P, Bicnnrrr. Esq. Pe.tr Mr. The facU wilhiu our
knowledge of ths durability, fcc, of West's Calvunic
Cemeat; are tbeee; Tba building you co ereil for us
last Spring, I am happy to state, has answerel our ex
pectationa. Wa can, therefore, recoinmead it to the
public for all rooting purpoees; as a light, cheap, Ore
and water proof roof. It dues not get soft and run
from the effect of ths beat of the sen ; ttor dors it
hard.'B and crack from the rffivU of the cold. Anv
persona WKlnug to know more of this ank le, can call
at our manufactory.
X. 8. RRIVE CO.,
Carriage Manufactory, Woo roe m. , Memphis, Tenn
Irsnw, Tenn., Pee. $'.h,
To Wan rr mat Co-ncaasv-Thie is to certify tbat
' W. S. Bennett covered two roofs for me last Spring
with a composition called West's Pau-ut fatvanic '
ment, on of them was a Dew deck, the other an old
ahingja roof, which are giving perfeet xatiaiaction. tie
also repaired a difiier window , which leaked baily,nd
bad battled the skill of Carpenters tn prevent lui leak
ing, wbah be succeeded ui making perfrctly tij,ht. I
do most cheerfully reromiueud Urn tmode of rooQng to
uie public, for all rooting purpc,and belteve It to be
a permauetit llxtura against Ore and a ater.
. I. Og kRHX,
1 . froprkHor Com mere laj HoU-L
Frnou-vrixDrrr's Orm-a, Mkmphb k Ohio R. R.
Mninuslcva , Feb. 1, 1857.
Ma. Hbtoxtt: Iar Nr- lAir oofnoanr havinir b-a
troubled very much with imky cars, put wkusuT your
i rm nia inrai, ana so iar aa my kuowiede
axtend, i can cheerfully recommend ft to aar who
watb a dry rox of any sort.
Yoara, he, 1 H. COHTN, operutendenl.
Msamsi, Twrw , Jan. 14, 1T.
To Ts IYauo W. K. heaueu tatuUt ajiplicatioa tn
as last Suxonjne to cover oar oulldioga with West'
Oalvauie Cement, It being a nw Ibtng , wa thought ws
would try U; had It applied to our Blacksmith Shop and
Eugtiie llouss, attached ha tho Foundry. They ttara
proved all required a a water proof roof, having with
auatd simiis of the graslaot sturaia, and are giving $ao4
aatialactMiO. Wa can only add, tiy it and mi will bo
aatianed. . .. CI KTld Ji kN'A I P, Iroa Fooudera.
. Maw-ma, Jan. 14. 157
Hi. Bennett baa dona soma atnail amount of roollng
for me in bis peculiar way, with Coturn atutf, coaled
with a preparatii the hasia ut wklch apera to be a
Ctml Tar. U la a vary ex i.utl aud Ugtit riof, and ap.
pears to protalae avnaiOerBbla durability, rrom tlta
praaervativa quaiiUaa of the composiuon , which pene
trates tha eioth and protects H frNa tha uinueara of tha
air and wataw. Tbe Cootpoailua uuea But lajnify mod
run from tha effects of luc lieal uf laa ana la suinaisri
hor does it hardan and crack from the moueaee in tha
Ccii!faW.'i,yr' . fijuai.
NOTICE. I bava. nuuoved Btf ilaraaaa boon frsa
rblie Haaara, where I shaR cnuntly keep ou Uabd J
t variety of Coach and Riir.uira.., .a 1
dogh akUi! " --f " r
From 8. M. PETTINGIIX k CD'S Advertising Agency,
119 Nassau Street, New-York,
aud No. 10 State SVeot, B08TO.V.
P. k Co. ara Agents for ttia most Influential and
large circulaung" Commercial papers both in tho
United States and the Canailas.
TO sell Goods for a manufacturing house in tliia
City. Salary from S100 to 150 per month and
expenses. On receipt of $10 we will forward samples
by express with instructions; or, address enclosing
P O. stamps for particulars.
' C. B. OR VI?,
Real Estate and Stock Broker,
No. 'M Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio,
jel i 1 y Post OtnVe box 2340.
Nashville & New Orleans Packet.
WM. STRONG, Master. " F. SHACKLEFORD, Clerk.
(1.500 tons burthen.)
riHIS magniflcent fast running A JSltilL 1
J. steataiboat, drawing only re&-2&ZZifri
Teet water, will run as a regular nwTn er ai nn an"
IMtcket during the present season. Having superior
accommodations lor 1-ssseLaers, stock or freight; we
solicit for her a share of public patronage. For freight
or passage applv on board or to
A. HAMILTON, V Market street,
JOHN 1. TAYl.OK, L'. S. Mail Packet Office.
H. H. HARRISON, Front Street, aud
P. F. HAKICA.ViLK, " " Agents.
B. PCFIELD, Agent, at Perking tCo's, N. Orleans,
Regular Nasliville and Paducah
rpiIE fine low water stramer, A
X and elegiuit li eigut unu
i.rl friAHeni?er jacket LOOK
OCT, W. Sims. Master, will run as a regular packet be
tween Nashville and l a.luciih, leaving thi? city every
Monday and Fridav. She u? one of the fasowt boats
on toe "river, aud passengers will Dud her comfortablo
in every rcspei t. ft hi s
Regular Nasliville & St. Louis
rriME hplendid "teanier and un
L riva'led pittsenger pwket,
llllf ttfyr. 1. N. CoKJlfcTT.
Master, '? now linking and will continue throughout
the leuc-Miii wi-ekly ti ll betweeu Nashville and St.
Loirs, leaving tills city every Thursday at 4 o'clock.
For rreight or tiaasage apply on bonrd or to
M,l s A. HAMILTON, Agent.
Memnui Nasliville Regular
. Friday 1'acket.
THE splendid new passenger ri VTjitL ""1
sl.-4.mcr IS. M. II f N Y A N, MfSI
Capt. J as. Miukk. Th. splendid .rysrw'a
tib-amer is now being tinl.-hed at ( lncinnatiaiid will be
here alKiut the 1st of February. Her clay of leaving
Na-shvdle will be Fru'.ay on each-week, ut lo o'clock
A. M. jan-1 A. HAMILTON, Agent.
REGIXAK CISC IXXATI PACKETS
The staunch and approved light water Packets,
SEVi:Ti-SIX. T. K. TUrciay, Maacr,
SWALLOW, AiiX. Fbazisb, Master,
RINCKSS, MilT. Aikev, JIa.ter,
fucihties for the
paired and rrrC t'fy''- 1
ea wiiu siiis'rior scj.
accommodation 01 as.engei, have commenced their
regular ten day trips. The commandant aud courte
ous clerks of these steamers will givo at Cincinnati
aud Louisville prompt ami satisfactory alien lion to all
orders entrusted to Hit in.
For freight or panaUiio apply to
n.rrtiim II- H. HARRISON, Agent
asliullf, Eoiue, larthajrr, Burkiville, and
III.Arili: M:riSJ' L- IUticmas, Master.
TJ AVIN'ti purclmscit the above
A A ooai lor 110s 11 auc, 1 uiiit
reflH-) tlllllV SollC:ta poltloliof
your lutrouage. The . Blanche Lewis will ruu regu
larly in the trade. Sln is ol v.ry liglit draught; has
excellent pusnengcr accoiiomxlations. and well minut
ed for the upper t'umlM-rhiiid. All hiisuiess entrusted
lo me shall be promptly and faithf illy attended to.
I,vl4 -m JOHN L. BATEMAIf.
Regular Nasliville and New Or
'' leans Packet.
rr'HK Que and siibxtnntial
J. s -nger anil freiuhl .st.uuer, . tasJ..
JAM1. 11. Ll AS, H. 1,. il,.f mtS-3, -I
n.w, Master, will run as a regular pa k t between Uia
c 1 1 y and New Oclemis, Uiiriug Uie prcsout Muivn , mak
ing regular swetitveti uay tnpt.
C V URY,
AM preiwred to fnrnish Coffins of every descrip-
u. from Uie tine Casket to the plainest servant
1 1 din, together with everything ueccssary for Funer
al... All orders h it at m Ware-Rooms, lieadortck
Hti eet, li"M door lo the I p and I'p Livery Stalde, be
IW'n'ii Cherry aud Summer streets, will receive my
piompt rttleul:oii both day and night
tir Furuiture renaireil or made lu order in the best
style. jya J. H. ClUUY.
W. 11. CORN EE I US,
' (SI CCIMSOK TO MA(XXIB,)
"AND LEALER IN AM. KINHSl OF
IMETAEIU 1U UIAL CASES,
71LL give hisattentiou to all Funerals when cahed
V V upou, as heretofore; and will furnish everything
that is requisite on nut h ot casious, of best quality aud
In good st) le. Wul also keep on baud every st le of
woal aud cloth CV0lus, sheets, Ac.
Will aiso allcud to the purchase and lovslion of Lota
in Ml. Olivet Cemetery, and will prucurv deeds lor the
same, Iw-ing authorix. d by the couiiMuy.
Will als.i atteud t i tbe removal of bodies to Ml. Oli
Vot ft om other Cemt'U;rk'S, at a stipulaU-d price, as per
UarkkgNrxs A. T. S. Lindsley, President Ut. Olivet
CuuieiiyiC. W. Naute, Secretary, Rev. lr. Hoaall,
Rev. J. T. fcdaar, J. W. WcCoiubs, Ls.j.
11. T. FLEMING,
6i Uaioa Street, KA5HVLLX.lv,
- (between Cherry and Summer Su-eeu. )
orders fiom tha country proenitiy attended, lo.
No. if. Collage Straet, op lUirs, oppodu tlta
- ' SaW&aaa UdUM, SAaltvUlo, TottJX.
r. haaraota. , a. C. aaaaut PV. a, M monut.
Cerlliold, Ucruoudj'.A Co.,
FCUWARDLVi. WaHlSSiU.i MERCIUATS,
xn taaXAJui u
Rope, llaggiui;, llacon V Flour,
No. U4, Socoai Straat, ST. L0CXS, HO. .
4VaT OiauUusaU uf aalaoutuoia f iwlute lacoivad
ana promptij aiwnded Ut, t
lay la let aawly. - -
Soutlivvekteru Seed und Agricul
, turul Wureliouac. .
13 Mala 8 tree t, Louis nil, Xontutky.
01' it bbs-k of brads m boa ct B plsaa , cooaisttBf la
, 000 bfchcui Kentucky li:us Gnu SeW; ,
, ,0U0 " Orcuara, Us ao,
' " Kod 1 or UasrOa Craea oae4j
t jo u TunoLny ao;
1 bo0 , H Cea.ar . tto,
. froO ' Osc Oraaca do; . ,
MiUm j tut;
lb up do:
I ob On as. r" - .
Crdaa b4s Urm !
.W tua aaaparad to furewh fresh and svaouia Car-
drwteods,ol lb growth of IMT.hytUe poumL. stusta
ripei I vr hi bvtt CiSim 10U or kU papera. A
beral acuaA mada 10-aaalcta. Ordara respectfully
' 1 ' .7"- - . J
From TCHEK, OWEN CO., General Advertising
House, Appieton Building, &4b Broauway,
Champion Fire-Proof Safes, -
"1 TYTll Hall's Patkst Powdcb Pitnor loc., the same
f V tliat were swarded separotomedalsat Uie World'a
Fair, London, 1851, and Uie World's Fair, New York,
bi4, and ara the only American Safes tbat were
awarded mc!als at the London HorM lair.
These Safes form Uie moet perfect security against
Fire and Burglar, of any Safe ever offered the public.
aud can only be had of the subscribers and their agents;
who have ou hand and make to order all kinds of Boil
er and Chilled Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault
lioora, and Money Boxes , or Chests for Brokers, Jew
elers aud Private Families, for Plate, Diamonds, and
other valuables. And are also Patentees (by purchase)
aud manufacturers of
Jones' Patent Permutation Bank Lock,
S. C. HERRINli ft CO., '
r - Xos. 135, 137, sad 13W Water street, aud
No. 261 Broadwav, cor. Murray street, N. Y.
Agents. B. W. Knowfes, Richmond, Va. : Rowland
k Bro., Norfolk, Va.; J. H. Thomson ft Co., Lynch
burg, Va.; Bell, Prentiss ft Co., Savannah, Ceo.; O.
Moxonge ft Co., Mobile, Ala.; T. T. Twitty, New Or
leans, ui. mot t una
UGHT! LIGHT!! JJGlITliT
JtASl'FACTL-KEKS OF IXrROVED
Kerosene, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FIMSK.
cu ai niaiiiisns,
MADE TO OKDER oR
CHURCHES, COIXEGES, AND FUBLIC BCTU)IXGS.
No. 132 William Street, near Fulton, New-York,
T"R- LARMOXT'S ra-"is and London Medical adviser
U and Marriage Guide Twentieth edition, 4.H) pages,
ou hundred electrotype pictures, cloth, l and tour
letter stamps ; mailed Iree. Among its contents is the
anatomy of the sexual organs of the male aud female,
all their disease? ami weaknesses ; latest discoveries in
reproduction ; a new and) healthy mode of preventing
conception : quacks" their recipes and specifics : the
author's uiuiualtlled Paris and lmdon treatment of
Uonnorrhu-a, Clevt, Mncturee, Syphilis, frimary ana
Constitutional KmLions, Imiioteucy,etc.,at b'i Mercer
Street, opposite .-t, Nicholas Hotel, New-York. Address
loiters to box Ml, N. V. r. t. " e reenmmena lir.
Larinoiit to the afflicted." i'nuHrr dr. Ettais I'nis,
S-iui'd Ssituiyf, Ihrnncrai, Day Jinjk, Mercury, Allot,
fulve Uauite, eir. marchH dly
A "CONFIDENTIAL. LETTi:R,
To Married 'Womeri,
0a the Voluntary Control of the Maternal Puno
tion, strictly Moral in its Tone.
BY a Professional Gentleman who lias n,ide tho Phy
siology of procreation his nrx-cial study the greater
portion of his life. It clearly rehearses the philosophy
of impregnation, and contains a summary of ail the
modes resorted to to prevent conception ; pointing out
which arc eftieieiit, discuseiiig their virtues, with re
commendations and directions how to easily and afcly
furejstal conception. Sent under seal, by mail free for
$1. Communications strictly private.
Bolit. .1. Kl'SII, M. P.,
dfCX dSmo 21 Broadway, New-York.
jlfeit, pianos, &c.
3IcC LITRE'S MUSIC SALOON,
75.'. vr moe j'iBTiy ceieoruieu i iauos
i'S'.T.i and Soebbeler Smith. of New-York. !TT
to which the attention of purchasers 'Jrjr'
is im ited.
Alo, the largest assortment of Sheet Music, Music
Books, Violins, Accordeons, Flut, Clareouettc, Flagc
oletts, Iirumo, and Banjos, all of which will be sold ut
the lowest rales. If you wish a bargain and the best
Musical Instrument, call at (the of' Musical Store,) No.
33 Ltnon Street. JAMES A. MrCLCKE.
N. B. I liave every size and pattern of Melodeona,
manufactured by Carhart, Xeeilliam & Co., New-York,
which I will sell at tlieir retail prices. Also, a large
aaaoi tinoul uf Feather iMiatera. J. A. M.
NEW 3ILSIC ST0UE.
C. 1). RENSON &. RRO.,
Wholesale and KeUil IX'alers iu all kinds
MUSICAL MERCHIXDIXE AND TIA.NO FORTES,
IJ'lWl.M the ce!cbrat"d ruanufHctory of Crow .V Chris
topher, New-York, and the best Melodeons now
lined in t'uo Lulled Stales, manufactured by George
Prim e fc t'o.
Atli'iition of tho pubic is railed tn our large cata
logue of the latent publications of Miimc, Music Books,
and Instructors of all km is. Also our flue stock of
Guitars, Violins, Vioiincellos, and Banjo-Stnng. In
tact, every thing in tue Musical lntruiuent line can he
found l ISF.XfOVS
We re.-,jK-ctr'ii:v invito sm ill country dealers. Teach
ers, nn I ScIkmiIx, lo give us a call before purcliaslng
P. S. All kinds of Mimical Instruments repaired at
No. JO I'mou Sti eet. flisl diair from College. auJ6
Eookin;-(ilas-ios, Ac, &c, &c.
1 fli have now In store a lino sunk mJt-
of Puoios, Melo-ieous, Window- i'i t :; .-. .
Shadj-s, Ai-fts' Material, etc. ,aiiI are 1'5TJ f'f
still matiutacturlng Inside Blinds all i " " J
kinds, of Giit Wmi have recently added largely to
our stock of
Ornaments for JTllrrora, &r.
lu a word we intend to user it with ths timks, please
our customers, and Induce Uie in to patronise mmi in
stead of scuiiuig abroad. W. ft R. FRKLMAN,
feb7 No. 12 College Mrect.
J. C. McFF.Rlt.tN, J. N. ALKXANDFJl,
Late ot Bowhng Green, Ky. Nashvilie, Teun.
Market Street, next door to Evans & Co.,
3IcFERRAN &. ALEXANDER
HAVING taken this weU "-B.V
id. ana LhortMiuhlv r. I
luui ti, are preiured to oOer accoiu-
iiKxiatiooa for Iloanliug aud Transient ITorses, or Suick
ou SuIb, unsurpassed by any other place, and perUaiw
a liliUeheaprr. .
They have also on hand a new and fine supply of
hacks, m.;u:s, ac.
Prawn by tine and last HUKSK5, fur the accommoda
tion of Uie traveling public.
They areaUxi pr ared toknick and dork, break and
gait Horses lo liaruvss or saddle on reasonable terms.
Tln-y will also receive and sell stork on com miss ion,
and li om a thorough acuaiulance wiUi the trade, they
particularly invite Uie attention of Uielr frieuda at a
duiuuce lu Una branch of their buamess.
lea J lui
Anieric an Livery & Hack Stable !
M. S. COM US, PROPRIETOR.
uINu to the pressure In money matters. I have
reduced my mices Ofleea totwentv live per cent..
for tha hira of ciaud.o liorsca, liueiue, Hicks, Cars,
My stock ta as good as any In tbe city, eonvist,'n( of
a Urge number of Ana Horses, flue Buggies, Nn. 1
Hack., (was rararul and e tpertonced drivers,) to
gethsr oilii any and every Unas' kept in stables to
hire. If you waut toaava mooey.and rt good stuck,
dont fail to give ma a call, on Church btraet. Just b
low tlie Port-Otuca.
jaail IX , . . ' . JI. R. COMBS.
LIVER V. STAIIUI. , T
"IT-. T. WRIGHT ft CU , would respect- -V
f fully toforta the rH.ieo of Naabvilla
tha public generally, that thee hare v. 7
purchased tha well known Uvrry K'abla and u Ujcb
and litum, formerly occupie.1 by Was. J. Philips, wa.
Market Mreet, Juet below Uia Square.
wa hava liiM rate lots and bv I skills to acconiso
aaia drovers, sad all our frteuus who may favor UJ
with thrlr patronage.
, Wa pi 'f uuranlves to rive sal isf action ta all caae.
, Wa have a large Dumber of bua baddla Horsoa and
ta B iggies lo hira at all l.mea.
Th imm. mi, wa do aot taiaad being sarpaii 4 by say
Stab tn i-u Southern country. Coma along a4 aos
bAly WM T wTUGHT ft CO
Comuisslim Me reliant,
CON-HGNkltMa ci any kind of Tecuawsa rVodneo
T maaufartarea ara retwifally auiirita4.
bjt Advaaraa aa-ta ua ail aaatgaBMw aa anew aa
raceivad tn akira.
s 0jr Beaag iUHg aw ta aaAraga la apacahttMea hi
projuca aai aw a account, tbe aaoaa anil grra hat
ascioaiv tu-stra lo Um mtareata uf thuaa woo aaay
favor M with aaaaAsaJaoaia.
Mm. I, ! lyuw - - 1
To oilr Old Cmtomcr Friend.
WS have now )omla4 auraotvaa at Ko. 13 !ra4
rtrk 6uwe4, whara ara pravaroa to furh
hsm With all hiwuef drtaks.aacnaa Mrnady, WkMky,
um. and Wasaa U aa aeattraaaaas 4 tha am ua4ita,
dag tohaoro, amaiug sad thawing, w.tb a vanety of
mt heal etf ara. (? aevvaa ara lo da every tlunf lo -aalar
U tho Ustaa l mmt pairaa Call, inUeatsstt
try tor you as wa ara always at our aoa
UQUa J. U rtUCX ft i. V tAT
Titl-WEEKLV, AND WEEKLY,
NASHVILLE, TEM., PEIDAY,
From tbe Newspaper Advert win a, Agency of JAKES
E. LI LDLRIDGE, No. 14 Second htreet, Sr. Loris, Mo.
G. & Ca TODD & CO., ;
Ho. 212 Korth lKain Street, Corner of Morgan,'
ST. LOUIS, MO. ; ,
MA IT ACTTKEKS OF '
Ltathtr Belting, French Burr Bill Stonev
PORTADLE GRAIN MILLS,
DKAXKBS Uf '
Enbber-Belting, Lacing-Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Boltang-Clota, Screen-Wire,
ani Mill Materials generally.
PRICES OF LEATHER BELTING OAK TANNED.
II H Mi JI -II.
1 in; 7c. 10 in. . 83 J,' in. 4c.
li " 10 lnx " 87 S-16 e
3 " 14 11 " 90 X 8
i " 18 lit, " & Ji i .12
3 ' 2 j 12 " $100 J4 " 1.
' 2 13 " 1 22 ,' " 20
4 " 30 14 " 1 4 a u 24
4 " 34 15 " 146 -
6 " 38 14 " 1 68
1 ' 42 17 1 70
" 46 18 " 1 82
6J " 60 19 " 1 m
7 " 65 '20 " 2 10
7K " 60 21 " 2 24
6 ' 5 22 " 2S8
8tf " 70 23 " I 52
" 75 24 " 2o -
9,1 " Ut " ; -
DOUBLE BH.TS, DOCBLE PRICE, MADE TO ORDER.
marchH ly . . .
J. D. TOiston & L. lYichol,
HAVE ASWX3ATEO Tlfr.msSl.TXS IS TUB
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY,
trtnea; No. -1, Nokth CasSRT Snuncr, -febl
2iu . Nasliville, Tenn,
DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
Residence, Cor- College and Watkins Avenue,
(WIKMERLT UVS 8TREBT,) ' "
Office No. 63 Rortlt Cfcerry Street.
J:tn27 tf - .
MAXSOX M. CRIEA and 31. 31. BRIE.V, Jr.
Attorneys at Law, .
Office No. 47 West side of Cherry sc. Cooper's Build
ing, formeily occupied by Ed. Ewiog.
I HAVE tikun In co-partnership my son, M- M. Bar
kx, iu the practice of Ijiw iu all the Courts of Da
vidson county. Oueorboih can generally ha found
iu the ollire. i .
Prompt and especial attention always given to se
curing and collecting all claims. (Money always rea
dy when colleclod.)
I have been constantly and regularly engaged in my
profession, in the Mountain District, for the last twou
ty years, aud will cvDtinue to attend to securing and
collecting all cluim entrusted to my cara In tha coun
ties of Cannon, lieKalb, White, Fentress, Overton,
Putnam and Jackson. I have a general acquaintance
with the merchants and business men in those coun
ties. The Merrhnnt? of Nashville, and of other places.
miKht find it lo their interact to confer with mo in re
lation thereto. ....
I refer to any and all persons who know me, for my
ability and prompt attention to bnsinees. . -
marlT dly MANSON M. BRIEN. .
L. 31. TJC3IPLE,
Attorney a t 1a a av ,
Office same as Sheriff's Office, Cherry street, op stairs.
"tTflLL practice In all ths Courts notden in Davidson
f and Sumner counties, and will gtva his indivtd
ual aMenlion lo ail baaiaeas in trained ta hsi mra.
.. J..B, vjiitj:,'.
Attorney at L a w.
IXniX attend to any buFiness that may he intrusted
II lo him, with stub abilities as be possesses. Onice
back of Gwdy 'a Jewelry store, on the Pobhe isquare,
Jan 7 liu
V. II. KDWAItDS,
Attorney at ! a v , :
II J. aib-ud to all busiuess iutrusled to his care
in .south Missouri. marlO dly
P A T 13 IV T
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
rJMIE undersigned is prepared to introduce Into use
JL in TennMi.o W. K. CHI LIU K COM PATENT
E1.AM 1C 11KK A.l WATEK-PKlKiK CEMENT ROOK
ING, and asks the atten lion of Architects, Builders,
Railroad fumpanit , and the public, to examine its
superiority over olhor Roofing.
Arciiitects and Ruildei-s
Shnulu not tail l vaaiuuie Una Rooting, as it la better
and choaper tliau any thing in aae. The material
tonus a bard and smooth surface that will resist the
u Hun of Uie altuoMohere in every climate. It is im
pervious to water, elastic, and flexible. It contracts
and expands with the changes of the atmosphere, and
will neither evaporate, crack nor rot; and, as to its
durability , there is no question. " : -
It is piai ucaily imperishable, and will perfectly re
sist any ordinary external exposure to Ore, as is fully
aud abumuuitly proven, and wa will warrant it water
proof. We h ill enii.it;. lo put our Roofing on over or
dinary good shcalliuig, old shingles, tar and gravel,
tin, zinc, copper, or iron roofs a making noditlerenca
how su-cp or rial they may be lor seven dollars per
one hum, red u,uare feet; it being far cheaper than any
roof of tlie old style, aua we are sura it will give bel
It wilt aia fonnd to ba tbe best thing ever in
vented to cover or mend old leaky tin, tar and travel
roofs, or around chimneys, scuttles, dormer, wiudoars
and gutters, where the tin is rusted through. This
Cemeut can be put onto last as long aa stone, and
form & perfect adbesiou to any object lo which it ut
applied. Tin Roof's can be cemented over (and war
ranted not to leak ) at two dollars and lift. cents per
hundred piare feet, which is cheaper and much bev
ter than paint This Rooting will be found lo ba tha
beet Hung for covering large Roots where tliey are ex
posed to arc such as Steam Mills, Saw Mills, Facto-,
ries, Railroad tars, ilridge, Itrpots, ftatioo Housea,
Steamboat liecks.and In lactevery kind of Roof where
there is an external exposure from fire. As the Hoof
la )erfecl, illiout a joint tn It, it preaenta no chance
for Ore lo communicate, and any light aubsunca wul
burn out w ithout igniting.
S g- lnsLU-auce liluces at Ciaeuinatl.aad other planes
whore Chikls A; Co s Cement has been used, insure
Buildings with Roofs covered with this Cement, at tha
same rales as for Utoaa eovenHt With Iron, (ipv or
I ai. - . .
A.- Tlie Cement will ba forniahad lo thoae at a dis
tance with dirccttuDS for using. -
i tirders a-ot to tlx undersigned, through tha
Post uilk-a will ha promptly attended to.
I woi!1 resT'etfully refer to tha f-jllowing gentle
men for who in 1 hare Covered ban thugs wnh Uis Co-
i AKcnrrsrTs as mastsb MarsujiicB or Sasaviixs.
1 Mr. H. M. AKrKUTU,
Mai. A. 11QMA.N', "
Mesara. J. A. HLGHC3 at 6MTTH,
" , COL:MAN k fePAlN,
" McCLLLOCGH t UOCGB,
John mccann a ou.
CM. tr l ANnERSOV, snpi N. k C E. E. Ca, 1
' Rev. C. U. LLLlorr, NaahvUla. - -
Mr. W. a fliAPAKli.
fL R. CI.tMHiCal, "
. " li. F. ll-al,
" M . I- CI1HORNE,m
" um ?rmui., . , "
.. I S. WILlJtKlS M
R. J. MsJa4, . , t - i
, A. V. tt. UVISTXT,
J as. h. kkiaut, v .
' I.NUCH K.NSU.V, "
Mtsssra. HAbiUKih, St McWUXBTQL NaahviUa
. MtiU.k. ALLaVV, -"
M-ACuillUt ULRRIFORO, -
" w. a. uokmhjn a co.,
Col. A. J. l Ol k' , Maury county,
it it A- J . lajNtJjoN, Uavaiaoa aoaaty. .
liector r. G bMntt.aditiDbia.
Messrs ft. W. MORGAN Ot., Jfarfreaaboro.
" ; - R W McFAl't FN ft CO.,
U2Pt3t MEXXirH, "
u ' U B. MlRlVClt St ClA.Swlbyviikv
Ur.jAS. A. iitXL, Uwwbarg.
Mimts. Mt RKyUS t ru .CUrfcsvUla.'
Mr. il. it Wrtti.lir, MaachcMar.
A. J. IUt. UaKawj.V, MAjMjtaveia.
- Mf Tha Kashvilla rattaaouc Railroad Omra
ay tava a-Vt?tml this Cemt-ot for m eovanng of their
ears and atlwr week. Ah Ota He Minn v uia ft Man
rhawtar Kadrw4 rocapaay. Ort:nctee and wwtHno
aats from Oaeianati aad alseaiMr., where tha Co
rnea has baea M feawrwl asa fur several Jtt, caa
ho ash-bitod. .
Tha aaMratgaed has been engaged la varkwa mvi.
at Crete! rwooiig for many yawra, aad Bauer btaisrtf
tbat ha has gauied soom axpewaiw aKd tnosMKi,
dortng that uioa. - - J T AT C"T,
OtOe Na. It liMvrirk ivwt,
docll 4t eptawMa Patrkd uUs.' 1 '
ILLF FHfKHVATION, KTC.
A IX aebU doa as prv kma to lb. ) JSAI, wUl
ho eoihaiad by au4 at Jaauarv Cuitft, a flora
MU4W, d 4 patd beJor. Uaat tsis. f'- aaail
SHU w 4 'xai tW aslsaUis, 'A Ud to.
ta artM t sStCisia.
dacn-4 jl c. lidsxntr k ca
'BY Simir, CAMP, & CO., NO.
PEBRUARY 10, 1858.
. " . .!.
V A 1a li 1 A MS CO
(mjcaeaouM to kikjoi as a slur,)
At tba OM Stsmd. No. 34 Pwblle Sq stare,
WKOLES1LE AND DETAIL.
. . -t . ItAUtXKS iff
GUXS, CUTLERY & HARDWARE.
Jaa26-i.ly .' 'L-'-- "
; 'Edge xoots,
i f P lanks
' Iw OPE,
!D HAWING KNIVES,
E T CETERA
WILLIAMS & CO.,
. (at kihskas's old staxb,)
Ho. 34 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
(JTJNS AN M3T0LS,
- WILLIAMS & CO.,
. (KfBSMAN'g OLD BTAAD,) '
NO. 34 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Jrn.S If. NASnVTLLE, TENN.
Iew hardware store,
47 Jlarket Street.
y. li. 3iTxciiin,
HABDWAEE, CCTlERr.-liUXS, TOOLS, ETC.
Is now vpeningat his eFtablishment, No. 47
Market btreet, next door to M. burns', a
large ana well selcctea stock or Hard
ware, Cutlery, Guns, etc., which he
intends ottering exceedingly low for
i cash, or to prompt dealers on short time. Among
tbe leading articles now on hand will be found the fol
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Carpenters' and Iiiack-
sinit us' Tools.
Axes of every description
A large assortment of locks.
Hiugs and Screws.
Flush and Square Bolts.
Shovels, Soades and Forks.
.Griniismnes, Cranks, and
Rifles and Pistols,
Iiouble and Single Barre
Mill, Cross-Cut, and P.U-
Cutum, Wool, and Horse
Cards. Trace, Halter, Wagon, and
Ilames and Collars.
Picks and Mattocks.
Curry -Combs and Uorse-
No. 44 College, and 41 and 43 Market sta.,
FFCK for aala wa good terms to cash or prompt
sealers, son toes of sneir celebrate CKureatU ite-
ibo h well assorted Pitb-burg Iron:
; - SO hMmmered Iroa, mclmliug Plow Moulds;
to H i rma Tvaaesana astinfs;
, 16 Cajd.fchewr, B.A: A. K. Steel;
looo kegs axsorted Nails and hfukes, best brand; a
200 Cast, Wrought aad Su-el Plows, all sizes;
'JO0 ItettH Wsroa and Btnrt'V Axles, all sis;S.
Also, Anvils, Vices, r", Chains, Axes, Straw Cot
ers, ko. febl -lloapV
XAJiTim kut or
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
1 K0. 14 SOUTH MARKET 8TSt,
HA VINO sncceeded Uie laic Arm of
istewart 4c Iharen, and retained
the old stand, is prepared to aitead to
the demands of his old customers and
public gneral!y. Ha has In store,
and will constantly be receiving, am
ple supplies 01
: Stovea, AVarea, and Gratea,
Plain and Enameled MAaaijmtcD Iitrm Maktijs and
Gakiikh r-TATt t; and in slHirt, every thing usually
.Jcept in similar establishments.
His a.ssortmetit of 8tves challenges competition,
comprising every style and variety. He has the
' - Wrought-Iron Cooking Stoves,
Among others an article which im iu great demand.
He will manufacture for the trade and for retail, and
lo order, all kinds of Tin and rhect-Iron Ware, aad
keep constantly on hand a large assortment.
He invites the attention of all to bis establishment,
pledging himself to entire satisfaction.
Jan 5 No. 14 South Market iHreeU
... Mott's Tatent Agricultural.Fnrnaffs. ,
THIS article was constructed in consequence of a
suggestion from the American Institute, that a
simple, portable, and low-rieed furnaca, waa much
needled by farmers lor boiling aud (teaming food, and
fur many mechanical and domestic purpoaea. It took
the premium at the V. S. Agricultural Fair at Lotus
villa.. Just received. WM. STEWART ,
No. 14 Market t-treet.
,- , Also Coal Cooking Ranges, and small Cooking tlovea
for coal. W. a.
Philadelphia, January, IS5S.
X are receiving direct from tha makers auch
aduitMuia to our sbak aa will enable ua Ut odrr
to buyers, Urn aeaaoa, aa complete aa aairtinebt of
new and desirable goods la uur una, as caa bo round
In any house in tha aoun try.
lncludel are large Invoices uf lattery, tf oot Woet
eoholm's, Rodgers", Crwdte's and oUivrs.
I Ilea, Tools and haivs, from Butcher, "pear
sail .Uefv it,. . mam. . - ...
Gnus, Illflea and Pistols, from tba beat
EaKhrb.frraiieh, botgiaaaAid Ameraaa Maaufactarera.
Hoes, Chains, Scythes, Axes, and heavy
HardaaTu generally , at ruod pravea.
Merrhaau Touting the North are sola itod to exanua.
our gueda before purchasmg elsewhere.
. w t:l. the as ual credit will beiraad lo reliable
and peotapt waalera, oar Isrwu for cos wul ba certain
lo saLafy th'jaa who purr base Hi that way.
nilJ, LANGSTRuTH a CO., Impnrtars.
' Ko. 440, Market atraet, PiUa-lelidlia, Pa.
)anll daaxrt-wtw '
LEA A. PKI111IaS
. - v w . ev a tarm raoa a
' C0NN0X3Erit? ' ' Xedieal Geatlemaa
TO BE THK . TO 1118 BROTHER,
0JTLT GOOD SArCZ,
as arrucaMa ro
Tell I HA a PtA'AUNS
that thetr (UCCX a htfh
ty astecmed m lada,aaa
Is, ta ay opuuoa, the
' baaca that is load."
- The only Medal awarded T Jury of & Srw
York ExhibitMai for 'uri3 featooea, Waa obtaiaad by
LEA a P-RFJ!, for their tftUU LsT tKMil KA. &AL CX,
the wurtd-wala fan. of which harmg ted lo Mumw
smit-asaia, parrlaasra ara oarwrstiy riiotd a aaa
that tha uiqm af "lAjt A rUUU.Si"a isspraaaad
apoa tha tkAiia aad Mopper.aad praalrd poa tha hv
Sols Whataaaia AgeaU f Cie TaMad Ptales,
' Z0H3T HVVC&Jt M5S. '.
f . Wo. 40 IlraadMsr, N, v.
A storm always is stars. Also, orders rwMtvcd lug
dfarect ihipawsl fraaa ajtgiasd. saayw lysecp
GUT THE BEST.
t CKVCIM AMRKuTYITt-lha Prwashai rklm
hey usd auaLwnaua taa Boat atjr ta af I limasaa
Ji mlrodjKed. aad ataada without nal:
- TUp tinaiwd Chang, thews,
l-l caa sovor raar lhia,
siaM eorrwia i&eia.
MaAo e4rWetduw try LAKCVW Uit, Corsar af Cbevry
and LuMteAjnwaMI yi ra Sa bp-4ua saya at t -ti
ara prav. ... -. . , -
a MaJ at othar rooOAS at NaahirUAa.
Lumber, Laxatter, Lanaber, '
SQCUSS cirjiAjt aadsHoihsr kakdaaf 1 hr ni
ha had at tit Lerartuabew MW.aa tha hachvuls
aad Chattasoefa lUttfwad, IS asifa freaa V uh villa.
A. W. AUawd-UX.
10 DEADERICK STREET.
Iiom's Remedy for lulmonary
and Tubercular Consumption.
HAVING beeu appointed sole Agent for the sale of
Dob Gaaosuio Rota's celebrated Ccbb fob Cob
svitrTios, the public will now be put in possession of
one of the most extraordinary remedies extant for
what has heretofore been considered an incurable
I have the more readily undertaken the agency,
from the fact of its extreme aimplKity being aa out
ward ojrjAicatum. die action of which is seemingly mi
raoukms,and its having none of thoae attributes which
nuke up the numerous compounds now in general
use. . i
With the utmost confidence in the success of this
remedy, which hits heretofore been used in private
practice wth great success, as is shown by numerous
letters and certificates, is now offered to the public.
A pamphlet, containing directions, letters from dis
tinguished individuals, and documentary evidences
from Uie physicians of the hospital of Havana, Island
of Cuba., Ac. , will accompany the remedy.
. These speak volumes iu its praise, and publicity is
only required to render it as popular as it ia bene Il
eal. Address, J AMDS RiiS,
Sole Agent for the l ulled UU-a,
No. 841 Market street, Philadelphia.
Principal Office, 1020 Fitzwatkb. lebll dm
Persons of Consumptire Habits,
; READ THIS!
TO THE G.Q'ENBERG COMPANY: For ie arrt
time in my hie I am induced to certify lo the truly
wonderful effects of a impular medicine, but in send
ing yon the certificate I feel that I am only discharging
a duty that I owe to the Grafenberg Company, and
more especially to suffering humanity.
About the first of June laxt. I had a uegro man taken
with a cough attended with restlesaneKS, spilling of
blood, and other dangerous symptoms of consumption.
I immediately called iu a truly skillful and scientific
physician, who told me it was a case of consumption.
He treated him for several weeks, but he gradually
grew worse. I then had another physician of great
reputation in lung diseases. He examined htm, and
also decided it to tie a hopelea case of consumption,
and said it was useless to spend money in trying to
I bad previoitp ly promised the Gra-fenberg Agents
here, (Messrs. Wells k Lowell,) tliat when the doctors
gave him up I would try the Grefenberg Consump
tive's Balm. I did so aud to my agreeable nurpr.se,
the man began to improve after taking only five or six
doses. He look only two botlW-s ot' Uie Palm and
three botUes of the Grad'en lerg Strsaarilia ConiKund ,
which cost me the small sum of nine dollars, aud to
day I consider him entirely cured. He ts worth $1 ,'2U0,
and he is doing mc good service on the plantation. I
consider him iwrfectlr sound aud well as he is fat,
hearty , and strung, without a veMige or sign uf disease
left. JOHN MYtXS,
I have osed the Grerfenberg Consumptive's It.il in iu
severe cusee of consumption, iu toy practice, with the
happiest etloct. I ish all would use it.
S. MKHAKIS, M. P.,
Totteu's Wells, Tenn.
The GraefMibergCotieimitives linlin will effectually
cure Consumption and all complaints of the lung. Iu
doses of Cold nn the Luns and Chect, Lancuor com
bined wilh. Imiiciilt Breathing, Pains iu tho Chert, and
Bronchitis, the Grwfenborg Consumptive's Balm will
effect a complete cure aud prevent the disease from
becoming a confirmed Conxuniplion. In ail rases, de
lays are dangerous. They are as an hundred fold to
all diseases having a tendency to Consumption. We
earnestly advise all to procure the Consumptive's Balm
tir The price of the Gsisumptive's Balm is ti per
bolt e. ALKX. MaiKLNZIK, Nashvill-,
Agent for Uio Cnefeuberg Company, for Teniojoa,
Alabama, and Georgia. (jau'Ji tf
The Great English Remedy.
Thorn1 Compound Extract of
Copaiba and Sarsaparilla,
PojtiBstjx advantage not enjoyed by any other med
icine lor the cure of sexual diseases, which niuel
with an enlightened public render it sscuredly highly
popular, and a"desideratum long sought for In the med
ical world. It needs no confinement or change of diet.
In its approved form, that of paste, it is entirely taste
less, and causes no unpleasant sensation to the patient.
It h is acquired the utmost fame in alinoct every part
of iAiroiw; it has been examined, approved of, and
sanctioned by the faculty of medicine, and recommen
ded by the mot eminent of the profession. Prepared
by J. W. THOEN. Chemist, London, and for sale,
wholesale and retail, by Job A.Tarrakt &Co.,Agenta
for the Cmted HaU-s,'J78 Greenwich street, New York.
As the above valuable preparation has been exten
sively counterfeited by unprincipled parlies tn tho
Called Mates, the proprietor has adopted, as a precsa.
tioa agamfdimpneitMio aa consumers. a Label. or which
tha following w a be simile, and wbiru wiM be fimad
baral ut upoo th. bottoa ui acn pot of tb. fmiw
fcxtaoded for aala m tha Cntted Htauw. rwiwlas, Urnias
rrovtnoea. Wont ludHs. auil ijouth Auraja.
Tie stamp aronad each nt will also bear the names
of the Proprietor and of the Cnited t-uifn agents.
Iirmrgiei and Inters will observe on each doscn
package the following labW:
IaeoiaAW tUtTuw. Tlie increased reputation and
great ilemaud for Thorn's Comoiiiil Extract of Copai
ba and rraarilla, liave been mdurcmeut for otfiers
to l Oer imitiilious of Uns valuable medicine. Venders
are particularly warned of Una fart, that they may be
on their guard, and not djipoee of any impure arta le,
calculaled to injure their reputation, and destroy Uie
merits of the original preparation, to obviate which
Uie Subscriber (suoceasor to James Tarrant, by whom
it was 111 t intriHlocod into tlie l olled Mates) has at
tached his signature to this caution, to counterfeit
which Is forgei y. Joni A. Takra.vt.
Address m-ders for tho "above arta ie with full direc
tions for fhiimxtil to
JOHN A. TAROANT k CO., Druggists,
No. 'iTH, Greenwich, coruur Warren St., N. Y.
Prr. 7 dly.
KENTUCKY 1LAM.C 3IILL.
a. a. mato.
J. L. BNPtMI.
. MAYO, IILYDECSOX t L0.C,
BlUDEitS JLD COXTraCTORS,
SASH, IOOa AND VENniAN BLIND FACTORY,
Planing Mill and Lumber Iwpot, Lihih street, near
Kentucky Central Kauroad Depot, Co vuigbio, hy.
Wa manulacture and keep on hand an extensive aa.
sortmenl of twsh, ioors. Blinds, IKmr and Window
Fraiuva, Base, Moulding, Mantrla, PlbAStera, Waits aad
Yellow Fine Flooring, auelving, Patent Wraiher-board
ing and Planed Boards of every variety of quality and
ifuckness. We also furnish lumber ra the rough.
Paiated and Glased Kaah always an hand. - Wslaut and
other bard woods worked lo order. TLKM3 CAM1.
. 6epl Zi 6ia , . . ,
AS we havw dtermiaed to do aa exclusive CA.SH
BL'hlNkiiS this yewr, we feel that a word of ex
ptaoAUou may ba necessary to soma of our very par
ticular friends, alio have had account with ua, ever
siuca we commenced business, and wa are proud lo
amy wa have nuaoy euch friends, whs have always paid
their accounts ptvwptly. We feat coundenl wa caa
wtK. ,mUjf su Ua. HiMxeat f all, t y be, tug our
goods cheaper, and of course selling titeiu very mm h
cheaper. Thi-re ara many perapnaui our niaist whs
would prefer baying fur cash, if M could bo atads ts
their lnU-rM to do so. Wa know maay who do sot
have acc hi ii is, and we think it unfair that prsa who
buy for rah should pay Uie same prices as tituae who
buy oa credit. It m with these ootiselerauows we bar.
adopted aa exclas.ve cash system, aad m biv it. alt
who are In tavr uf UW system, a. well aa all those
who ara in favor of bu mg goods cheap lo give us a
call. W. A. i J. G. MrClJlLAND,
Noa. 1 a ii Coli.-ge strct, KaahviUe, Traa.
, jacl tf .
At Cost. . .
TK ara offuiag ear ealae stuck of ElapU aad Faa-
. I I
y Gaods at Coat.
W. A. k i. 0. U-CLELLAND.
, T i:H. 1. 1. J0 aod :aoarlaed Si toed eta. 1.
J, V TugtAser wuai every Sewripuoa uf
Borders, Firwcraana, Catar Tim, Viadirs
And all tha saust taaltaHAaoM styles for f Allocs, Ilaila,
aoo iHnmg roufoa. . i.
Terms, Cash for all traafl hflla. ' - ' L
w. v. rem, !
. - 'or 3S FublM hqaara, Sur. Upatora-k s.
N. B Paper llAae-n uotw) as Uta beat Baaaaar by
coavfJtani suckaw-u. febl 1st
STOVES FOR THE TIMES.
J per racwtved ftoas ChvmBatl. a f.w af ELI'VTS
OiaL. (taiaLVtf KANGLK, aaoalt ats., which ws
are pr.parad to I urnst at Ctscssasa , aaa s
a flusd ajsaortcaant of CuAL. cxaJEJNU tfTurd.sthea
ll m .B K w.fc arHR ssrfaiia k SkA wM tl l rtasJ
mw ssui jrs asa tv ana aaa, saaBPan w 1
is cheap, and SB the reach of every sua, a tia Pteva
TRAVKliX KTUTI, tor tVal aad Wood.
ANMS AND RAldtlUK eltrt for lial .
IllitV fy AND WLSG UuuM SluVa.-, kr Coai.
' a i. sat. "
and JajsbGrara,arlsiaeaaApars, wtor w. will f
sum Btaamswimwi -
, ,., jtAt a Mil a wjjjaji.j
Ilrosraui and Mud Boots., .
MCN f)-VU rW,i. Hraas;
Mes's USait aa wuaa tar Ait. arraa; ; .
For awh at very Wa pra.es 1VK CA.-iL V
fcb a CtwLtfset.
zr NEY YORK. c)
v FOR THE C0
SERIES NO; 695.
VICTOIUOUS OVER PAEV. .
BKIGG'S ARCTIC LIXI3IOT.
Aoobv or eaae! Sickness or
health! Life or death I These
are Uie quevtioos involved In
the adoption or rejection of this
speclOc by martyrs to external
diaeasea and injuries. Having
reoetved trie indorsement of th.
distinguished asaaa.the lata lAr.
KANlv, aud i la efficacv tested
during twoa-fal winters in Uie
regions of eternal ice, It is now
coming into general use m ev
ery section of the civilised
globe, and its marvelous cures
are everywhere exciting as-
iou ma ment. .
Tlie Afflicted Rejoice.
HrxbRKra and Taoouxns
have tested its virtues , and are
rejoicing in freedom from hng
lingering PAIN aad H1KKAK,
whichuther remedies railed la
cure. Have you the Baosiaa
v, Nbtbalois, pjtxt-B tvauc.
BcBorctA, sUb-Awr or Toava-
Acub. Are yon a Si k-ted with
Om Sorjb suffering from
Barcon, Si-x.ti.x8, Cojlvs, Sou
The Arctic Liniment
will afford you instant relief.
Everybody is liable to
Burns and Scalds.
For these dreadful accidents
i Arctic Likuuckt should be
on hand; it affords sure
I immediate relief, often sav
; from death. Every Fleam -
I bout aud railroad train should
: keep It. Who tbat has hoard
. the shrieks of anguish uttered
1.--3 by the scalded and maimed
...... . . . . ..J..m. ..A . 1
, n Mill D W VA..WJVU. W ' . V -.
lisions, does uol feel that some
means of relieving their lor.
lure should always be acesnt
blet hoo.il doea exist in Una
balmy pain cou trolling agent.
The Mother's Companion.
It cores CAKES IN THE
BREAST, WKE NIPPLI,
Soks Ijvw, PirtA, Ac. la
dies who prize a pure skin,
Void of pimple, blou lies.
scurf, and dswolorationa
and exTVMenCA'K,should at
tack these trn;iser3 on
beauty's domain as soiai
as they aptioar with the
Arctic liniment. It IS rg
celient lor the hair, giving
it a beaiiby,glisiy appear
ance. It is
Good for Man and Beat.
It is a sovere ign remedy
for the various dneasi-a with
which horses are afflicted,
curing the moat alarm mg oa
ses uf BattKBS, M-Alva,
!tkino Hait, ?ritcm,
WiH'Koa, tiwasarr, frAVW,
Ruu-Kovb, Ihu-HBAO, rHA-
. jj. I.vtl, AC o farioer, Uve
ry s:ahli -k-Hir,orauy pri
son oanlng valuable lioRsas
should be without Uns valu
For sale by all respectable lirnggista aud Iiealers.
ITk-cs of the l.iiniiieiit. -.'5 cents, 60 rents and 1 a
bottle. A one dollar bottle contain as much Liniineut
as eight iwcnty-flve cent bottles.
Every tHirrbaeerof a dollar bottle of Ul. ARCTIC
UNIMKNT receives, at Ir. Bragg's expense, the Ceil
ed Mnn-s Journal of New York for one year. Tbe
Journal is a large illUMtrated paper each number eon
tuiiiing sixteen lages, beautifully printed oa cliwr white
psper, and rilled with original matter from Uie moat
brilliant writers of Uie country. Certiorate of sub
scription and full larticulars uf the novel and philan
thropic enterprise, of a Inch Una oOor forma a part,
will arcomfsuiy ea h bottle.
An AGENT wanted In everv town and village.
BRAGG BL'Rltl)Wr, M. louts, M.
New York Onlce, No. 871 Bniailway.
Communications should always ha addressed lo fct,
ror sale In Nashville by Berry a DrmovUle, A. 11.
K.r'e, G. W. Ueaderahot aad 1. Mrelch.
"AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOB THE RAPID CT'KK OK
t'ronp, Asthma, Iiirlplcut
And for Uie reliuf id Consumptive pa
tients in advaucu sugcaof Uie disease.
We need not speak to tbe public of
its virtues. Tlirmighout every town,
and uhiKit-t evrry hamlet of lb. Amer
ican states, iL wonderful cures of pul
monary complaints have made 11 al
rttdy known. Nay, few are tho fam.
ilies in anv rivlhxed country oa this
continent without some eraouai exie
ricuce of its rfle t, and fewer yet li.
rommuuies any where which liave
noi among ihem some living tropby of
its victory over the subtle and danger
ous diseases of the IhrtsU and Inugs.
Wlille it ts the most powerful antidote,
yet known to Bian for tha formidable
and daugi-rou dtMaases of Uie pulnio
nary otvans, it is also the pleasautest
and aiifeet remeily that can be em
ployed for infants and youug nnranua.
Parents should have u m store against
the tneiil.ous eiitinv Uiat MoaU upon
them nnrepared. We liave abundant grouuils to be
lieve Uie Chkksv Pbthbai saves snore lives by the con
sumption it prrveuts Uian thoae it cares. Keen) it by
you, and cure ur colds while they ara curable, nor
neglect them unt l no human skill can master the inex
orable canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your
life away. All know Uie dreadful fatality of luag da
orders, aud as Uiey know too tha virtuose this rem
edy, we need not do more thaa to assure theta It M
sail made tbe beM II ran be. We spar, bo mat. no
care, no toil In produce the innel erfect poMible,
and thna adord Uieea who rrlv an a the Ixxl agocl
which our skill caa furuiah for Uiair cure.
ITER'S ClTilARTiC PILLS.
THE sciences ' Chemistry and
Me die ine have been taxed their ut
niiMil to produce Una best, nnt per
fect purgative which ut knowa to man.
Innumerable proofs are shown that
these litis have virtue, which sur
pass in rxoallenca Uie ortinary nted
iciuea. and Uiat Uiey win uniirece-
dentedly upon tb. rvUM-m of all men. They arw safe
and pleasant to take, but powerful In cure. Their pea
etrsung ropertwa stimulate the vital artlvHiea of tbe
body, rentavs tho ohetrwctksia of Ma orgaas, pwrtfy
tha blood, and expel the disease. Uiey purge out ths
foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimu
late elupyph or disordered organs Into Uieir natural
actios, and an nart healthy tana lo tha whole syetese.
Not only do Uiey cure tha every-day coetpiaints of
every body but also formidable and dangeroua tm
eues that has baffled Uie best human skill. While
they nruduco powerful eftWU, they ara at Uia earns
lane, in dumnsihed daws, the safes aad bast phyaw
that can be employed fur children. Heing augar
Ctwled, they are pleasant to tako: aad being purely
vegewihle, are free from any risk of harm. CarM
have been Boad. which surpsea brlMd were they sot
substaatialed by lues ut such exalted poaaioa aad
character aa lo lorbid lite "pKoo of un truth. Maay
eBiuienl clerrymea and ifayslcians hava lent their
namra to certify is tha public the reliability id ssy
remedk. while others hava neat sm the aaaurancs af
thea- coovlctMSi thai Bay Preparalwna rmwrlbot. taa
meusciy lu Uie rvuef uf lay aHLaiod, aulloring follow -niea.
Hi. Agent below aamed Is pleased ts furnish gratia
aay Autera.a Almanac, ennumsig aa-vrGutia for lhaa
use aad rwrliDraWs of tb-nr cures, of the follow Big
tA.tjveoeai. Birswa CutnilamU, Rbenaist ism , Dropar,
rloariburn, lliwlarha arauug from a foal ptoaxach,
Kaia-ea. Im'tcw-tn c , Mbii Ina ta of tha Bowels
aad Pam aiiMug Uiererroai, Flatulency, Loea of Apa
tite, all 1'lren'a sso Cotaneoua Diseases wbrb racvirs
as avacuant Ma.la.-ma, scrofula ar Kutgw tvd. . Tory
alao, by purifying Uia blund and atuaulaiiag tha eye
lain, care many ooir.pla nu which a would sot ba sus
aosod tbey euald rearb, such as iwaraeaa, rartial
Blind seas, Neoralga aad Nrv ona IrrBabs-ty, Daraoga.
tnrqiA nf the Livar aad Kkineya. Gout, aad ether kis
ard cotnpia'nia arbdiig from a low stats of tus body
or o'tn twn af as functa-aa.
I aos ba put S by uaprttarlpied dealers wHlb susss
other pill Uiey saake aors prodt ea. .Ask for Aran s
Fbua, and Uk. oihrr.g vtse. Na athar thoy caa give
yaacomfares aith turn ta aa tnlraiatc valu. or eera
Ure pawtwa. Te au k waul lb. best aal Uirrs ts fur
litem, sad Uy should hare a. J
; Prr pa r4 ay Dr. JT. C ATltU,
lraetical aa4 Aaalytieal Chemist, Levari, Kaaa,
Pos i tra. raa Bus. Fn a Bwxss sea f 1.
" . . - "sdjri my - - -
IitrjfT a fOSi'tlLLE, NaahvtUs.
' Retu hy - .
J l Bl.oa x, and a!l lAroggws. at tha city.
. K!tTiS t lUMLVS,0luS)l,a,
. 1U"MA! c U.a, fhuksviUa,
, K. li i-UJ'T, MrbTrrtls.
KTiLLL W-Al AvSU'KA, CalAaUa.
Aad aJ dealers m skua, et arvwaars.
frkl tea Advors9g Arsad.
i s. halomon;
piiruaL iriifn-iiiLa lz jewoxi;
( Na m. nocm MsPii? rntw.7,
"II, MTLD vustaejfy saaonaea Is the ci
II SS of Naahr ai, tbat he has parats-
aee:y hirated Uimackf aa above, aa a pro-
e arc km aay work as sa dab- Us
mm ua to a Lbcral ahara af y-i'tiAlut
t ah for Dry aud Urren Hide.
UJt wttt pay tha awTea saarhss arc n rash, fur
It aod raa iiutee, atia at sur Wosary
.Httira, g BewaJ Mreet.
srwAt perwias havag Kales to trX StU caj ea as
aeaUra dMtaa Sf l&rs .hw-abrra.
Jas--tf f. a C kKtTte.
' ; Stra; Cutter.. -
I T I W t a of ms rtusara Ptackur,
II Maatuid s sad tiautg 'a laeat. Ta. uum
arwW luidl ta. trt prsauius at v,ij fmmr M
UaavUla. aXMrrSONO ca.
.. usii.,";. ffr
w.y-iitr, '.'. - .the
WM ; jtlL'Jy' ini
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
- - TT xnrat oa ins to niunn tb a uriwm y '
Qnabquarsl day. $ 1 00 each al'al insertion i id
" " 1 wees, o each addrt'al square 1 So
" t weeks, 4 M " ' - ; OS
' " 1 BUXltil, S OO " - " . Kj. aoO
" x 2 months 00 . " , i , 4 M
t , ' f - -12 oo '"' a oo
is oo ' t oa
u 12 " 25 oo 44 " " io oa
arMTWAHlA AT rLB-UBJ-W.
One Square, one year, too each additiacal square $10
w ritten notice must ba given lo take out ana stop a
verUsements of yearly advertaws before tba year ex
pires, otherwise we shall charge till done.'
- No eoatrart of yearly advertisement will be fihSOB
tlnnod without previous notice to us, nor will any charge
be atads for less thaa ona year at the yearly rales.
a Adyertiaera exceeding the space contract
ed for will be charged for Uia execa. ar ;
- - McLEAN'SiH.
- BtrcriKtliciiliis Cordial :
AND BLOOD milFIER,
Tba Greatest Remedy In Ihe TVorldt
THIS CORDIAL is db-tilled from a Berry known oo
i ly to myself, and chemically oom tuned with soma
of the most valuable meda;inal rooU. herbs and barka
known to the mind of man, vis: blood nad, blaik
root, wud cherry bark, yellow dock, dandelions, aar
aaparil la, elder flowers, with other, producing Us
Boost infallible remedy for tha restorauoa of hcaUk
..It Is Nature's Own Remedy, ;
Curing !n.i8es by natnral laws. Mhea taken, he
tMwliug mflueiice is felt courting through every vain
uf Uie body , p.irifying and accelerating the otrculaUoa
of Uie blood. It neuU ahtee any bilK-us matter In the
stomach, and strengthens the who. orruiKlKB.
McLean's treugthcuiug Cordial wdl cBtvlually curs
Liver complaints, Iiyspeia, Janudice. i
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseased of tha
Kidneys, and alUdiaeaaea arising from .
a Disordered layer or Stomach.
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Sick
Bess of the ttomach, fullness of Blood to Ui. Head,
dull pain or swimming tn the Head. Palpitation i ot lbs
Heart, fulln.-s or weight In Uie Stomach, sour Eructa
tions, Choking or SuBocatiug feeling a hen Ivmg doww.
dryness or yellowness of the kiu and F.yes, Night
Pweats, inward evers, pom In Uie Small of the Back
Chest or eide, sudden flushes of heal. Impression c
SpirtU, Frigl.tful lreacis. Languor, lKHindtncy or
any Nervous IhMease, wire. rlhach Uia t-kln,
and Fever and Ague (or Clulls aud Fever.) Haul
also cure diM-ascs of the Bladder and TVonib. Sucb aa
Seminal Weaknosa. Iiiooi'Unence ul L'ruie.aUaiignary,
lnftammatsm ur Weakness of Uie Womb or Bladder,
Whites, AC. '
There Is no IWIstaka abont It. :
This Cordisl w ill never tall lo curt any of the above
diseases, if taken as per directions on each bottle, la
Uertuan, Knplihh and French.
Over Half a million of llottlea -
Have beeu sold during Ue autt six mouths, and In BO
UiKlali'-e Las it failed iu ilmg entire satisfaction.
Who then will sutler ftn wikn.s ar debility a Lea
MoLciUi s i-Uentthenuig Ciu-dul will cure you. .,
,. T tlsa M oinrn,
TV) yen wUh to be healthy aud strong? Then go st
once and get some of McLean's Cordial. It wdl uivig--orate
and cU-ngi:i-n air blind to Cow through every
vein, and the rich ry bl m r lies lth to mount to
your cheek again, kvory boUle warranted to glvs
' For Cblldren.
Wa sav to parents. If yoflr children ara sk-k'iV, rm
ay.or stllicli'd with complaints srevaleut among cbU
dren, give Uiem a small quantity ot' Mcl,ean's Cordial,
and It will make them Bnaitny , lut ana ruousx. i way .
sot a muniert, try it aad you a ill b. convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE. ,
Ewsry Con n try Merchant
Kliould nt leave the city until h. has procured a sup
ply of MrliNkO's Stnruvtlietilng Cordial. It sells rapid-"
ly, because it alaavs cures. A liberal discount will ,
be made lo thoae alio buy to Sell squill.
CaLTP IN liewsre of iirnggats ur dealers who aiay'.
try to palm Ul-ou you some bitter or tarsaarilla trash ,
which thev ran buy cheap, by saying it is Just aa
good.- Avoid siM-h ntea. Aek for McLean'a Strusgth
en mg Cordial, and uke nothing rl- U tbe only .
remedy that wil purify Uie blond Uioroughly , and at
the same lime strengthen Uie aysu-m.
One UbleKpoonfiil taken every mrti!ng Just before
breakfast, is a certain preventive for i holers, nills
and Fever, Yellow Fever r any prevalent disease. t .
M3T frk only SI per bidtle, or six liottles for ti.
- J. 11. McLLAN, . . '
Pde Profrleiir of Uie Cordial,
Also Mclean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
a? rrinrlpal liepot ou the corner of Third aad
Pine street, M. Iaiuis, ifVt-ourl.
- For said In Louisville !y P.FLL, A LB0TT ll Co.,
Rormger k Bro., and Kay unud k l ouon.
.... . . 4 : o ' . . '..
UcLf an's Volcanic Oil Linfmcnt S '
tut HEjT lJvtvLST IN THE VuRLIr 4 '
For Man or Heatl. -
Amothar Kemarkable'Cora 7erformed by Xe 4
- Lean' Vclcanio Oil Liniment . I
IHUU loit TOlUMXVLHt- ,,
Tliomas Ford, a blaikMnnth, lim.g near Cass avenue
on Tenth street, hail a Lusribki rvuiiiuig-aora on hia
fsot. He tried various l.in.un nlf. hn.lv er. kf., but
could do M no good.- Ha despaired f ever bnuig able
ta work at his trale aaiu, btvauee lie could not bear
an v weight on b's fiiot; and by one small bottle af
MiiLeau'a Volcansi Lmimetit,lu) m now rlerUy cor-
iaeuiiistim. Pars!ysls, Vearalvta. Brnwee, Ppralns,
rit'f&iwMi is th. JisiiIh 'or Musck-s, rore Tbroal,FwaLU ..
tars, iar a he or Tiolhache, Woiim'.s, IrenhCuU,
Korea, Burns, txmlda. Pains, e., yield lo Uia" magic''
influence of tl.u wotoiertul Lnuuicut.
Tor H'TKe. sud (Sttle !t Is nn Ir.Ullihle remedy for 1
Chafev, Halls, eaialrb, ked lloela, Iaim-iiiis, .(
f-pavln, Haet-ny , f-pl.nt. Fistula, Ilmixes, t-welluigs, ,
bounds. Rattle Snake Bib's, and various 4her dieeaa
es wbHh auim.1. aie Lablo to rrom injurioS or auci- ,
Fverv Country Merrliant should obtain a Supply ot
McLean's Voieaas- Oil LluiuienL It sells rapidly ba- -cause
it atv cures.
A liberal davount will bemads to wercbaots who
bov tn aell acain.
)r Fr sale by J. If. Mcl.F.AV. Proprietor, eomar '
of Third ana l ine street-, M. Luun. MiMourliaUc lur ;
aale aa aliove. novS
. BOElt HAVE'S : -
B-Masaaa, aa a. "T m aw. vaarw
m t5M.rRR4T"D ' HOLLAND RaXKOY fOh '
DISEASE OF THE KIDSCTS,
; LIVER'COMPLAINT, ?
WEAKNESS OF A 1ST lONB , ;
FEVER AND AGUE. .;, :
Aad ths various aBecsAtiaa coaawiaeat opaa a daor. '
. , dared , .
. Stomach or Li Ter, . : - 4
Koch as ladigwstiua. Aridity of tha Moenach, Chslie,
Pains. Uearlbura. Lams Awwfte, laaposdeney , ,
CaaUvvneMi, Kiitid and Blee.lt ng I'lit-s. Itt all er
vwsa kkMBAUc, aad Newel? Affet lluaa, II has. ta "
sataeruua lustasees, proved highly beaescaJ, and ia
otOrrs enerted a dwruied cure.
llua a a purely vrresabie eemptMmd, prepared ea "
stra-Uy arteabna prtocipiea, after tbe aaaanar ( ths
celebrated llutlaad pT'deaaor, Berliavs. Becaoss of
Its (Ml aucrM is sua, of the Luro-eaa Mates, as ,
BUrodartaa Into Uie I aited Katais waa mu-Bdad more .
esfvetahy for thrwe of sor rMherlaad srattarod hors '"
asdUtars over ths tare of iha aiirhey satsrfwt
Meeting with great surreaa ainoog them, 1 now eaer , .
II ta th. Amers-aa public, kBwing that Us truly woa
darfal awds-ma virtues mutf a kuowledged.'
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srauaa cuostitclions Busy bac bem mijlrd by Lta ,
eoaUBuoss ass of srdest spwita, ar atmrnt tat sis Ol daw I
stpauoe. l.nerally tnatantanvwoa m eOoct, a ends its ,
aay ds-aruy lo the seal uf Lfe, tbriltitig aud quickee
mg every servo, raaiag ap taa droaptng spins, aad, ,-
kg frt Bifuwng sew health and vigor ia tha syatmn
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will b. diaappuaid; hut lo the auk, lha weak and . .,
law spirited a wul prove a grateful aromatic cordial,
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sow Btanitely nisim a a Wall Uwe motauoaa. -
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