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Weekly, per annum, ..... 8 00 -
On Weekly fur two yearn, nr two Weeklies
for one year, in advance, t 00
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continued, at our option, until ,id (it and (topped.
If not pa ii, It mtibt be paid at the time of discontinu
ance, or at oar option, if the party is good, It will be
sent until paid.
Keniittances by mail, In " registered" letter, at our
Bridgeport Insurance Company.
STATEMENT FOR JAN. 1st, 1858.
Bridgeport Insurance Company, Lo
cated at ISrldgeport, Conn-
t Capital fctock,... SMO.noo 00
3 " . paid up, 26ifil& 00
4 THE ASSETS ARE:
1 Cash on hand and in hand of Agents,.. 26 ,79 08
t Baal Estate . ox.
3 BONIW OWXro BY THE COMPANY:
45 Harlem R. R. Co., 1st mortgage, 7's. 4.,000 00
15 New Jersey Central do. " 7'. 15,000 00
11 Pittsburg and Htciibcnville Railroad
1st mortgage, 7 per cent 11 ,000 00
6 Erie aud sutwuehanuu Coal Co., lHt
mortgage, 7 per cent 3,000 00
10 New York aud Sackawanna Coal Co.,
1st mortgage, S percent 5,000 00
X8 KridgetK-rt Water Co., 6 percent 38,000 00
A Debts of the Co. scoured by mortgage,. . 60,-64 00
6 " secured by Stock Collateral ,460, 6,300 00
6 . for premiums, Notes for premiums, 10,u6 47
7 AIX OTHER SECURITIES AND INVESTMENTS.
7S1T Peqiionnock Hank Stock, 106 Hi 00
26 " Bridgeport rilty bank stock,. 102 2,52 00
1000 " Hudson Paint Manuring Co., 20 20,000 00
340 u Great Western Insurance Co., 50 17,000 00
6o0 " Dock Coal Co., Philadelphia.. 'i0 10,000 00
JuO " Bridgeport Bridge Company,. 100 10,000 00
XI " Chicago and Milwaukie Rail
road Company, f5 l,3fi5 00
6 " Ft. Louis and Iron ' Mountain
Company, ;. loo 600 00
Bills receivable, endorsed and stock as
collateral security, 5,485 00
5 Amount of Liabilities to Banks,
6 IMses adjusted aud due,
7 " " not due,
8 " unadjusted
9 " lu. sussnse,
10 All other cluims against the toin.uy,..
11 The greatest amount in any one rick,..
12 The " " " citv.town.
17,! oil 00
or village, ko sew
unto ai rs.
13 The greatest amount in any nuc Mock ,. .
14 Act of Incorporation Charter herewith.
THOMAS E. COl'BTENAY, 1
T. Hovgh, Secretary.
STA TE OF COXFC-rid l,
I K 1 C (Q
Personally appeared T. E. Cot-anttfAY, President, and
Timothy normi, Secretary, of the above Company,
and severally made outU that the foregoing pialcnicnt,
by theiu subscribed, ut in their belief true. Ileforo
inn, CEOIU.E W. WAKNFR,
bcal. Notary Public.
STATE OF TKXM.SSEE, Oymf(roller'$ itiTice,
Nahvii.u:. February 3, 1K. j
This in to certify that the rlKiieiKi-oitT Iv-nRAM'Kt oji
rAXY, loCMted ut ltrilpepti t, in tii ."-LiU- of Connecticut,
iiaseompUed with all liie. requirement of an I paiwed
by tho tieneraj A.-uu-mbly of the M ite of Tennvwee, ill
Match, 1H5, entitled ''An Act to regulate the unencies
of Insurance Comieiii-8 not incorporated by tuetate
rtf TennevKiw," aud that Jin.ru X Is tlic legally au
thorized Afiit of sail (.'ouiiutny ui Die town of a&u
ViUc, fcUtu of TKunci'see.
J. C. I.I TTRU.L, Comptroller.
The subscriber continues to iw,ue I'cdirles, both Fire
and Marine, of the above reliable Company, ut equita
ble rates. JOaEl It NASH,
feh5 aw Agent.
The Greatest Invention of tLe
West's Patent Galvanic Cement
fTHE MMb:nber is now prepared to cover roofs of
X bu;l.li.in's, with a new and better ai t.cle than ever
before known. The public are aware that our (io ern
lueut has had scieiaitlc men eerimeiit,iit;. aud that it
lias Iiitu the Minly of the, Architect and lduldera, for
years, to it iw over an article for rooling purposea, that
would eland the suddeu changes of tlie weuthcr, aud
be impervious to fire and water, aud remain a perma
nent Uxtore. " As yet, nothing has been att-uued w it fl
out costing more than the pevplo wii-h. Tho conti ac
tum, expaneioii and rusting of nu tal riKl's,ure so g real
in changeable climates, that they bccnaie iiM'li-fri, un
less being repaired at greut exene yearly. Miingtes
are noi lire prixT, and can not be um-.I on flat roots,
' aud tiie various Compositions and leinenls Hull have
been lironght into use for rooting, do not stand thu ac
tion of the wenther, hut they run when it is warm, and
crack wheu Inwly.and alter one or two years binrnie
crumbly and worthless; whereaH, the inventor of the
alvaiuc Cement, hat. labored Iwunty years to combine
articles toobviaU- those ditllcultles, and can t 'vtily from
Ins long exeriniiee, and Hiini.Toim l"HHiionialg from
reliable 'HK.n, who have had his cwmbination applied
t'j t'leir hiiildingH, that his Cement is the cheaiest
aud btHt article tver blorc kmwn. i he combination
of that Cciucut lr such that It is calculated for entire
new rcMifs, flat or Ht. ep, covering over old shingles
without removing them; lining eave-troughs, seaming
around battlement', chimneys and sky lights. Cover
nig car tjips, t-t-anier di cks, c. This Cement, by its
nin cjU'Iui t.on and galvaiaxm, prevents metal roots
from ruling and iiusoMrrmg. and resists the extremes
l beat ami cold better tiiau anj thing ever invented,
lor entire roofs or lor co ermg lu- til mi I the out side
of wood buildings, making tle ui lire prix f. Its ap
earau e is like l.iU; beaulilul lor the rich iilni e or
the hnuiale cotuige.
The uude.rsigned having secured the right to tho Stilo
of T-iiii', will sell rights of Territory, by (..unties
or Towns, on reasonable t -mis;
Tlie subs'riber is also prewred ti cover rnifs of
buildings, in any part of the Mate, at short uotiee:
i'his ltaif is unw being put on in this city, lor the
benctit ot' all concerned, and warranted to cvel nil
other modes of UooUri;. The subsenber has had Ins
misje of K'nug testol as ti its qualifies, dui ing tlie lut-l
year ami a half in the city ol Mempitji, which has
proved satisfactory, to which a number of tlie lno(
prominent citizen can testily.
Kor further mfni nidlioa empiire :il t!ie olllee, where
sum pies may bu seen. irti- wuh A V. S. IJinlsh-y,
Heal Kstalo Uroker, No. Colli ge Miei t, Naynvillc,
T nu.; or, address box Wl. I'et i lllce,
N'e t'stuuomalsof the following geiiileiueii who have
used It, Willi hoots of otheis.
W. S. BENNETT, Proi-uhtor.
AltMchetl is a note from Joiix I- Mohhai, Kj .Arch
itect, by whs'h may be Seen the oiimon of Mr. .-ainuri
Moan, the cel. hrao d Aichiiect.and writer iih.h Ar. h
itture, whose exiHWieuce with this mode of rooting,
witliout a doubt, is satislailory to all.
llmeins, March V.', 1S57.
Ma. W. 5. ravxKTr. When in I hiisdelptua, I a., a lew
days ago, I called iim.ii Mr. Samuel Sloan, the celebrat
ed Archil. i t, and a ilhoi ,U the Moan Work on Archi
titure. I asked h.s opinion as to the dm ability , r.,
of West's Patent Rsf, such as you are using in the city
of Memphis, and he I.. Id me thai he I. a. I no hesdalioii
In sayu.g to me that it is a good and durable roof, und
is all that lis a.lvoc.iU-s claim to t; lartlinr saving
that he is using it ou a One bulluing for hiuinell.
Kispi ctlully, JuIl.V 1 MolUiAN, Architect.
Oniii or Miss. CkXTBil : Ttc. II K. Co. 1
liollVjIK, 1T..N.V., il t 1, 1S67.
Tills wilt certify that the M. C. .V T. K. t o. have
purchased of Mr. W. S. llennett, the right to use ou
their Cars, Urhlges, Huil.luigs, itc, A.C, West's l,al uti
le Cement. Having seen it used ami tested, 1 have no
licsilatiou ill recoiniiiendmg it to be the best anil clu ap
st cuveriiig now in use.
II. P. NOIV. Pre.i.lent,
M. C. k 1. 1L K. Co.
ExoiVKaa's asd Gcmcrai. m r'T's (jttii k, MxMruis a.hu
I a.KuaTo 1Uiijo.
MueHis, June 2ft, 1M7.
To Wnnn n may CoxTtax: Hi is is to cerlil) lh.it ihe
Meniph.s and Charleston Railroad Couiny have pur
chased of W. S. Iteunetl, the right to prepare and use
Umiu tliolr W' ts, lUiildmgs, tars, tr., Ac, West r
Calvamv pat. uil lire and wau-r proof Routing, aud tluit
we believe it to be an economical wild durable cover
lug, having already bad it lu use for eight months.
SAM. TATE, Presi.lelil.
y. C. AKM, lieu I sujt.
Mmi-ms, March J, 1S47.
W. f , Pfnmctt, Esq. fe.ir t-ir. The facta within our
knowledge of the durability , fcc. , of West a daivainc
Cement; are thesi; The budding you covere.l lor oa
last Spring, 1 am happy to stale, has answered our ex
pectations. We ran, therefore, recommend it lu the
public for all rooting purpose; as a light, cheap, lire
and water proof roof. It does not g t is 4 1 aud run
from the eftW isof the heal of the mm; nor does it
ban! en and crack from the e fieri of the cold. Any
erstBS w irlnug to know more of this a.tirle, can call
at our tnauufacbuy.
x. 8. itnrcE cu..
Carriage Manufactory, Mom w M. , Memphis, feun
Mimruis.Tenn., Itec. ?tb, lRi.
T Wiiom rr T CoscKa-ThHi is to ceituy that
W. S. Bennett covered two roofs for me last fpring
with a ComMitHin called Wtst's I uuuit Cainte IV
ra -iit.ono of them was a new dec, tlie other an old
shingle roof, w Inch are giving perfect aaliafaction. lie
also repaired a dottier w indow, whu h leak ."I ba.ll . and
bad ballled the skill of Carpenters P preveul ha leak
tug, wba-lt he succeeded in making (lerleclly light. I
do most i heci fully rectauinend his ni.sie sT n.Uiig U
the pubis:, for all roofing pui !, and tMiievc it tu be
a permaneut fixture agaaiat Ore and water.
rroprietor Commercial Hotel.
SirsaixnuuKyr'a Orruw, ilsania k Ohio R. K. )
Mnamiis, ltxs , eb. ID, 167.
Ms. Px- s .Tj J ar Mr tsar onnr having uvea
troubled very much with leaky ears, put someol )our
latent paint iiin theiu, and ao far as my knnwivdge
exluuda, I ran cbeerfully rt-eMuautad a to any w ho
wadi a diy roof of any sort.
Yours, ts:-, H. Ctrt'KlN, Supvrtntondeut.
Vsaiuis, Ttsi., Jan. 14, 1M7.
To TUB Pl'WJf: W. K tkuiu'U niau applsatsio to
as butt fciiuilU'T to cover our buililiugs with West a
(ialvaua: Cement: It being a new thing, we thought we
would try it ; had it applied to our llhu ksniiih Miupand
Eugiue Hotise, altacbd kith Koundr) . They bava
provatl alt rvquinnl at a water pru4 rout, havuig wuu
stiaid aoate of the greatest storms, and are givu.g guoat
aatatlactaiA. We can otily add, trv u and )u will b
aatstuud. . . CVKTla k. kN'AI'P, hron uuuders. .
ii - ' ' Msanna. Jan. 14, 1H5T -
Mr. Bennett has doeia aosa small bomhiui ut rooong
f.sr bms ia hat pevuiiar way, with Cottoa sunT, euatud
with a preparation the basis of wbu-h appears to be
CU Tar. It is a very rSectitat aad hgbt roof, sad ap
pears Xt promise eunakWrabla tlurabihly, froat lit
preservative qualities of the cooipuaiUoo , which pen.
tratea til cbsUi ass protects It fruui ths mUueace isT Its
aur and wntrr, 11a CouipuaiUwa don not liquify and
rua from Uss effect of the l-at ut tit auu ia auutaiar j
nor does it harden aud cract; (root Ut Uifluoooe in Ike
Cold of Winter. A. P. MiitKii.
- Ilarneas! IIariiFa!!
NOTICF- I hat ruwvl nty Harass Shop front
Hoaderick street, tu Sv, 9, (up (lairs) boulb sid
publM Square, wner I shall constantly keep on hand
a variety of Coach and bugy Ilarneas, aod also kin
and oca rkuj coliara. ' '
Jaa. s U C L. BOWEflrO.V.
Front s. M. PETTINCIU. CO S Advertising Agency,
119 Nassau Street, N'sw-Yobk,
and No. 10 State Street, Boeros.
n a. t.. - - a ..... f, ,r tl,A tnn&t influential and
J . C VI. r ' ' " , . ' .
largest circulating Commercial papers both in the
I'nlleo Mates auu me i.ii'ia.
TO sell Goods for a manufacturing house In this
City. Salary from $100 to $15.) per month and
expenses. On recehH of $10 we will forward samples
by express with instructions; or, address enclosing
P. O. stamps for particulars.
C. B. ORVI3,
Real Estate and Stock Broker,
No. -0 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Jrl illy Post OOlce box 2S40.
Nashville & New Orleans Packet.
WM. STRONG, Master. F. EHACKXIa-'ORD, Cleric.
(1 ,600 tons burthen.)
rpHIS magnificent fast running t
A. steamboat, drawing only 3
rAU u--.i,r urtll run rs a regular aaaSttaM
H.i.o.s tl.aa nra.au.nl SiaJaoIl. HaVallil' SUIMirior
accommodations for Passengers, stock or freight, we
soiitit for her a sliare of public patrouage. lor freight
or passage appiy on uoui u oi w
A. HAMILTON, 2K Market Btreet,-
JOHN I). TAYLOR, U. S. Mail Packet Offlc.
H. II. HAUKI.-oN, Front Street, and
P. F. HARWASTLE, " " AgenU.
B. piUFIELU, Agent, at Perkins k Co's, N. Orleans.
ltcgular Nashville and Paducali
LOO k"o 13 TV .
THE fine low water steamer, JTH
and elegant fi eight and su-
. w ....L-..ft I I II IIT ai tT:r J
IJCIU IHWO'-lll,. I a.......
OCT W Sms, Master, will rcn as a regular pncs.e. oe
tween Nashville and I ad icah, leaving this city every
Mondav and Friday. She is one of the fasten bistls
on tho river, and passengers will find her comfortable
In every respect. febl a
Regular Nashville St. Louis
rpilE vlendid tamer and un- t-J ("git.
JL rivalled f.oKsenger acket,
SALLIK WEsT, I. N. Coiiuett , f fa '.TW-S
Master, is now making ami will continue iiirouguoui
tlie s.;aou weeklv iritis between Nashvillo anil St.
Louis, leaving this city every Thurs lay at 4 o'clock.
For h eight or imsoage apply on board or to
febl s A. HAMILTON, Agent.
Meinphi & Nashville Regular
THEsnlendid new passenger ' "JH -steamer
H. M. R f N Y A N, p?3-!?to
Ii Mo'rii. ThlH soleudld
steamer is now being finished at Cincinnati and will be
here about the 1st or February. Her day of leaving
Nashville will be Friday on each wek , at 10 o'clock
A M. (janJl s A. HAMILTON, Agent.
REGULAR CINCINNATI PACKETS
The sU'.mch and approved light water PackeU,
sEVEKTV'SIX, P. K. Babclat, Master,
SWAI.LOW , Aixx. Frazier, Master,
l'BICKSS, MtiT. Aikkm, Master,
TTAVINO been A '-, '.TTl i thoroughly re-
1 a l ' L
Iaired and ra"3-jyrt -'"at I newly luruish-
ed with superior Sa. iitg5Pi lac ilities lor tlie
accommodation of ..aseciigeis, liave coinmeucod their
regular ten-day trips. Tlie commandants and courte
ous clerks of these steamers will give ut Cincinnati
aud Louisville prompt aud salisractoi y attention to all
orders entrusted to them.
For freight or lassagH apnlv to
nov Mil H. H. HARRISON, Agent.
Nashville, Come, Cartliaye, Biirksville, and
III.AClli: I.Il'WIai J. I- Batsman, Master.
nAVIN'O purchastd the above c.i , l
leant for this trade, 1 most inagf trB3t- I
resectltilly solid a portion ol f-'irTo ir - ia
your patroimge. The lllaiiclie Lewis will run regu
larly iu the trade. She is of very light drauvht ; lias
excellent iai.euger aei ouiiiioil.iti.ins. and well adapt
ed for the upMT Ciitnberlaiid. All business entrusted
to me f hall be proniptiv and i'aitlilully att 'n.led to.
iiovl4 m JOHN U li.VTKM AN.
Ilegular Nashville and New Or
IIK flue and biiIi.-Uihih-I ias-
JA.MI H. LICAS.H.ti. MfCo-
m is. Master, will run as a regular (an kel between this
eilv and New Orleans, during tno present season, mak
ing regular seventeen dav trip.-,
C l' n u V,
I AM prepared to furnish Coflms of every descrip
tion , from the fine Casket to the plaluert servant
Ci rtin, together with everything necessary for Funer
als. All orders leit at my Ware Rooms, IVsderick
slreet, net door to the I'p and I'p Livery Stable, be
tweeu I lie i iy and suniui"r streets, w ill receive my
prompt o It. ii t o belli nay and night.
Furmiuie repuueo or made loonier In tho best
style. jyi J. II. CU.UY.
W. II . CO It n i: LIUS,
(sl'CCKsnoK TO MAlMMbS,)
AND PF-tl.EH IN AIX KINIM OF
31 1:' r A la I C 111' UI Ala CASES,
11' ILL give bis attention to all Funeruls w lieu called
V Umo, as heretoloie ; and w ill lurnlxli everything
tliat Is requisiui ou such otcassms, of best quality aud
lu good style. Will also keep on hand every sly le of
wood and cloth Collins, she. Is, Ac.
Will also attend to lite purchase and local K.n of Lots
in Ml. Uliv et I em. lei y , aud w ill prvcut e Ueeua for the
same, being aulhontej by the compuue.
Wl.l al.-o alleud to the removal ol bodies to Mt- Oli
vet from other rln.-terie,al a supulatiHl price, as per
IjjkraaawsL A. V. M. lJudsley, President Ml Olivet
Cemeiry:C. W. Nance, secretary; Rev. lr. Howell,
Rev. J. 1. Ealgar, J. W. VlcCotuba, l-jtq.
K. T. ri.E3lINtJ,
HO l,Sl,. HIU X,
62 Union 8 tree t, KASilVXLLX,
(H.i.ii Ctuury and suuuuer Slrcria.)
alNders from tho country priimplly alteaded to.
May ST U
CIIAIlIaES F. ui:gitix,
HOUSE, 8IGX, ASD
Ho. 53, Coil, Slrt, up auirs, oppoaiu til
6waata lluUM, ItaattTiUa, Tatut.
Jan. 1 U.
r. a. Bajrrtuk. a. c. sums nr. a a. Ta.tamoa.
tterthold, Ccruoadj &. Co.,
rORYlARDlG A.D 101 1BSIU5 iiESCIliSTS,
as a isXAtxa tx
Hope, IlagsiiiK, liacon &. Flour,
Ma. 134, Sscaad 8tre.it, 8T. LOUIS, XO.
e-1'iiui..umu ut altasutiMHa tluuat. received
til l lCaUa4-a.y alSUWUtMi SO.
atay la ttt-aawly.
Suuthw eatern Seed and Atrleul
15 Main Btraet, Loaisvili. Intuc)cy.
Ik (Mock u Maaik s CtattpUif, cMialllig ta
d,0UU tMtlteU aMalacS.y IHU uraa w;
3,UMi " Orcttard do ao;
boO Krd Top or Herds tire x-d(
ftuO, . Tutaoth to; -
sou " - I lovwr ttw;
fetal m sgs Orang o; -
OxmI " ktiUnt ;
feuw ' I letup at:
SO t attar y ao;
. Sus) " Top Oasm,
Grdu fcedl (rdu Sdtt
v7 ar peparod b f urntmh Irvah and geaitut Car
ieu (Wis, of UtgroeUtW lMl,b tha iKsaud, auigi
paper, or ia boar cvutatnuig luo of A iar. A
liiMrai discount wad tu itaalsrs. Ordats reapaclfully
BOlxuitKl. Uaasj PIIklN HitOlUUvi.
From VISCHER, OWES k CO., General Advertising
House, Apple ton Building, 346 Broadway,
Champion Fire-Proof Safe?, v
WITH Hall's Patttt PoWBEm-Paoor Ijockb, the same
that were awarded separate medals at thu World's
Fair, Loudon, 1851, and the World's Fair, New York,
1S53, and are the only American Safes that were
awarded medals at the London World's Fair.
' These Safes form the most perfect security against
Fire and Burglars, of any Safe ever offered the public,
and can only be had of the subscribers and their agents;
who have on hand and make to order all kinds of Boil
er aud Chilled Iron Bank ClierU and Vaults, Vault
Ivors, and Money BoX's, or Chests for Brokers, Jew
elers and Private Families, for Plate, Iiamonds, and
other valuables. And are also Patentees (by purchase)
and manufacturers of
Jones' Patent Permutation Sank Lock.
S. C. HERRING b CO.,
Nog. l."5, 137, and 13U Water street, aud
Ko. i!61 Broadway, cor. Murray street, N. Y.
Ar.ETS. B. Y. Knowles, Richmond, Va.; Rowland
A Bro., Norfolk, Va.; J. H. Thompson k Co., Lynch
burg, Va.; Bell, Prentiss k Co Savannah, Geo.; O.
Moioiige k Co., Mobile, Ala.- T. T. Twitty, New Or
leans, La. febll 2m
Light i light., light ! TT
r DIETZ & CO.,
a.vSl'FACTlllKRS OF lMPHOVED
Kerosene, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps
l.X VARIOUS 8TYU34 AMD flMfcH.
C A t I la li I la I S,
MADE TO OKDtK FOB
ail'RCHES, COIXEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
No. 132 William Street, near Fulton, New-York.
DR. LARMONT'S Paris and London Medical adviser
and Marriage Guide Twentieth edition . 4J pages,
one hundred electrotype pictures, cloth, $1 and four
letter stamps ; inaih-d free. Among its contents is the
anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female,
all their dis-'ases and weaknesses ; latest discoveries In
reproduction ; a new and healthy mode of preventing
Conception ; quarks their recipes and specifics ; the
author's uiiquahftud Paris aud London treatment of
Uonnorrho-a, Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis, Primary and
Constitutional Emissions, lm)" tei.ey , etc. , at S2 Mercer
Street, opposite St, Nicholas Hotel, New-York. Address
letters to box 844, N. Y. P. O. " We recommend Ir.
Ijirmont. to the afflicted." Conrvr det Elatt (nit,
Suiati rilnng, Demucrat, Day Douk, Mercury, Atlas,
1'olice O'atrtte, etc. niarchH lly
A CONFIDENTIAL, LETTER,
To Marriad Women,
On the Voluntary Control of the Maternal Func
tion, strictly Moral in its Tone.
BY a Professional Gentleman who has made the Phy
siology of procreation his siecial study the grealor
portion of Ins life. It clearly rehearses the philosophy
of impregnation, and contains a summary of all the
modes resorted to to prevent conception ; pointing out
which aro ettlcient, discussing their virtues, wnii re
commendations and directions how to easily and safely
forestal conception. Sent under Seal, by mail free for
$1. Communications strictly private.
KOBT. J. RUSH, M. D. ,
dec29 dSino 48 Broadway, New-York.
itlu5ir, pianos, &c.
7- OK those justly celebrated pianos
JeTiV of Stemway k Son, A. II. Gale k Co., fl
r04 and Sa-bbeler k Smith, ol New-York, "JErt?
to w hich the attention of purchasers
Also, the largest assortment of beet-Music, Music
Bookw, Violins, Accordeous, I lut 'S, Clareonetis, Flage
olet's, 1 Tunis, and Banjos, all of which will be sold at
the lowest rates. If you wish a bargaiu and the best
Musical Instrument, call at (the old Musical More,) No.
33 Union Street. JAMES A. McCLURE.
N. B. I have every size and pattern of Melodeons,
manufactured by Cai hai t, Needham k Co., New-York,
which I will sell at their retail prices. Also, a large
assortment of Feather 1 lusters. J. A. M.
" NEW MUSIC STORE.
C. U. BENSON & I1RO.,
Wholesale and Retail 1'iealers in all kinds
MUSICAL .HEUniWDISE AD PIA.0 FORTES,
IT'RtiM the celebrated manufactory of Grow Jt Chris
Miier, New York, and the Is-st Meleous now
used in the United Stiles, manufactured by George
Prince A Co.
Attention of the pubic is called to our large cata
logue of the latest pnb'.ii-ntioiisof Music, Music Rooks,
and Instruct.. rs of all kin.is. Also our Aim stock of
Guita.s. Vs.llns. Vh'llneell.is, an. I Itanjo-Strings. In
fact, every thing in the Musical Instrument line can be
!'iun.t at BENSON'S
W respecffully invite small eounlry dealers, Tearh
er, and Schools, to give us a call before purchasing
else a here.
P. P. All kiiols of Mus cal Instruments rejaired at
No. 20 I nk. ii Street, fl.st dsr fiom College. jan-J5
Looking-tilasses, &c, r., S.C.
E have now in store a tine stock r-m 1
of I'mni s, Melodeons, Window S"t
Shades, Artj'ts' M iteriuls, etc., and are T
slill iiiHiiulactiiriiig Inside Uluols all J
kinds of Gilt Works liave recently added largely to
our stock of
(rriian.eiit for Jllrror, Ac.
In a word we intend t, kkkf t r with ths lists, please
our c.iMomers, and ui'lure them to isitronise H.'MS in
tej 1 of sending abroad. W. & R. FREEMAN,
feb7 No. li! College street.
J. C. McFEIlRAN, J. X. ALEXANDER,
Late of iiuw ling Green, Ky. Nashville, Tenu.
Majrket Street, next door to Evans & Co.,
v HAYING taken tills well- -StB' V?-
lJVV known aud convenient Osi!-9'
. stand, and thorough.)- re- J tOty
pan il, ar prepared l) offer a. com-
modatioiis for Boarding and Transient Horses, or Stock
on Sale, unsurpassed by any otuer place, aud perhaps
They have also on hand a new and flue supply of
HACKS 111' ...! ICS, AC.
Drawn by One aud last liulvsLS, lor the accommoda
tion of the traveling pubis".
Ihey are also prewred toknickand dock, break and
gait Horses to harness or aaddia ou reasonable terms.
They will also receive and sell stock on commission,
and from a thorough acquaintance with Ihe trade, they
particularly invite the allcnUoa of their frleud at a
distance to this branch of their business.
ttM'i lm -
v.ciiii vuiciaS t
American Livery & Hack Stable S
31. S. C031US, lR01RIETOR.
OWING Ut tha resnre in money nutters, I bav
reduce! mv price n.teeu totweutv five is-r cent,
, for the hire of Caddie Hordes, Boggles, Hacks, Cars,
My stork ts a g xd aa any la the city, consisting of
a large number of 6 i Horses, Hue liuggtes. No. 1
Hacks, (w.Ut careful and eaperianced urtvais,) tv
gether with any and every thing krt in statue to
hire. If yo-J want to save BMmey.and get good stock,
doa't fall v give m a call, oa Church Struet, just b
low tlie !sa office,
janil tf M. S. CttVrtS.
TtTM T. WRIGHT t , w.sild re-pert- Ty
It fully laform th cit'StfO uf Naahvdl Ijilv,
and lh pumie g-a.raily , that tbey have , V.
purcltaaed th well knowu la vary Stable ana um rt..a
and datura, fornserly ficcuiuvd by Win. J. Fhuipa, o
Market Sueet. just teeiow the Square
W have ftrat rat lots and box .(.tils Id accommo
dala drovers, and ail our Iraaida aha may lavur a
with their paAroaagn.
W lielga ourts-Wos to fiv sat.sfactH'0 hi all cases.
W liav. a targ auatbvr of flu baddla Hurtsss aud
Bne BuggM to hira at alt time.
Tit Utt w, wa So aot la toad botef sarpaased by any
Siattla ia lh. aouUtara couttuy. Cotoa aiotig aad aw
foe rwursel rua.
tnhSly WM. T WRIGirr k Cft
-lOVSlGNNEX W of aar kuul of Teaaeaws Prodac
V or saaouS0tjra ar rttauertTully auta-Hod.
a a Advaac Btad oo 4 CM
l ioai( utsw-tiu aa aaoa aa
rctv4 aa stoca.
Af Batttg phtdfed Bot la aagag la specnlaueas ia
aroauc aa his ewa amMSttt, U. abov wUI C' hut
klu.iv e att-altua to tt Bt-raw of tlaaw aha May
favor hits a ah vmat aateata.
jaa. I.la&a lyatw 4e. 1$
To our Old Customer A. Friend a.
v T TK bava w (ueatod owraelra at K IS IWta.
V rt k Str, wiser a ar prvpard to furuaa
Ihra wata aUkaidaafdrlaks.sttcaaa Hraady, Whstky,
Uia.aad Wum of ail aaacriptate of la aet qualta;
aka tubacao, ataokma aad cbasUig, with vai-toty
lh beat cigars. Our desire ar tu do every thing la
Btr to lit tastes uf vu paUoo. Call. gvaUeotoa,
try (bar f Attract tea, as w r always at aur J--
jmifft irt i- u nsxrt J t uut
TKI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY,
NASHVILLE, TEM., TUESDAY,
" From the'ewsjiaper Advertising Agency of JAMES
B. DUi)DRUGE, No. 14 Second Street, Sr. Locia, Mo.
C. & C. TODD & CO.,
Ho. 212 North Main Street, Corner of Morgan,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
KAilrACTu turns, or
Leather Beltinj, French Burr Mill Stones,
AND ' -
PORTABLE GRAI1Y. HULLS,
Babber-Belting', Lacing-Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting-Cloth, Screen-Wire, .
Mill Materials generally.
PRICES OF LEATHER BELTING OAK TANNED.
m 5f a P - I. M
J ss i 5' ss 1 1 8-
1 in; 7c. 10 In. 83 in- u.
" 10 QX " 87 3-18 .6
2 " 14 11 " 60 Si" $
2H " 18 11 X 65 X li
3 ' 22 12 ' SI 00 X " 1
34 26 13 " 1 22 20
4 " 30 . 14 " 134 V" 2 '
H " 34 15 " 1 46
" 38 16 ' 1 68
6X " 42 17 " 1 70
6 " 46 18 " 1 82
6i " 50 19 " . 1 66
7 " 65 20 " 2 10 '
"X " 60 21 " 2 24 '
8 f.5 22 ' 2 88
SX " 70 23 2 52
" 75 24 " 2 66
9 X " 80
DOUBLE BELTS, DOUBLE PRICE, MADE TO ORDER.
J. D. Winston & W. L. Nichol,
BAVS ASMXIATEn TLfRXSKtVES I Till
PRACTICE OF MEDICnnS AND 6URGEET,
On-icB o. 27, Xouth Cukkbt SnuatT,
febl INaahvtlle, Tcnn.
DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
Residence, Cor. College and Watkins Avenue,
(nikMEBXT UNB STKIKT,)
Office Xo. G3 XortU C'lterry Street.
msox 31. mn and M. M. BRIO, Jr.
Attorneys at Law,
AA.MIl ILLE, TESJf.
Office No. 47 West side of Cherry St.. Cooper's Build
ing, formerly occupied by Ed. Ewiug.
I HAVE taken in co-pai tnership my son, M. If. Fri
e.v, in tho practice of law in all the Courts of Da
vidson county. Oue or both can generally be found
in the office.
I'rompt and especial attention always given to se
curing and collecting all claims. (Money always rea
dy when collected.)
I have been constantly and regularly engaged in my
profession, in the Mountain District, fur the last twen
ty years, and will continue to attend to securing and
collecting all claims entrusted to my care in the coun
ties of Cannon. lfeKalb, White, Fentress, Overton,
I'utnam and Jackson. I have a general acquaintance
with tlie merchants and busiuess men in those coun
ties. The Merchant of Nashville, and of other places,
might Dud it to their interest to confer with me in re
I refer to any and all persons who know me, for my
ability and prompt attention to business.
marl7 dly M ANSON M. BRIEN.
L. 31. TEMPLE,
Attorney ; t L a w ,
Office same as Sheriff's Office, Cherry street, up stairs.
7"1LI. practice in all the Courts boldan in Davidson
and Sumner counties, and will civ his individ
ual attention to all business intrusted to hi car,
J. Ii. WHITE, .
Attorney at Ia ; W.
WILL attend to any business that may be intrusted
to bun, with such abilities as he possesses, tithe
back of Gowdy's Jewelry store, on the l'ubhc Square.
jao27 1 ra
P. II. EDWARDS,
Attorney at Law,
ril.I, attend fo all busiuess intruded to his care
in South Missouri. marlO dly
P A T E N T
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
ffHE undersigned is prepared to introduce into use
L in Tennessee W. E. CIMLItS Ac CO'S PATENT
ELASTIC EIRE AND WATER I'KOOE CEMENT ROOK
ING, nud aks We attention of Architects, Rudders,
Railroad Companies, and the public, to examine lis
superiority over other Roofing.
Architect and Builder' -
Should uot ran to examine tins Roofing, as it is better
and cheaper tiiau any thing in use. The material
forms a hard and smooth surface that will resist the
actan of tlie atmosphere in every climate. It is im
pervious to water, elastic, and flexible. It contracts
and eXunls with the change nf the atmosphere, aud
will neither evaporate, crack nor rot; aud, as to its
durability, there is no question.
It is practically uupertshable, and will perfectly re
sist any ordinary external exposure to tiro, aa Is lully
and abundantly proven, and we will warrant it water
proof. We will engage to pet our Roofing on over or
dinary g.sHl sheathing, old shingles, tar and gravel,
tin, nuc, copper, or u on roots it making no dinereuc
how sleep or Oat Ihey may be for Seven dollars per
on hundred square feet: it being far cheaper than any
roof of the old style, and we are sure it will give bet
II will also Ii found to be the best thing ever in
veuusi to cover or mend old leaky tin, tar and (ravel
roots, or around chimneys, scuttles, dormer windows
aud gutters, where Uie tin ia rusted through. This
Cement can be put on to last aa long as stone, and
form a perfect adhesiou to any object tu which tt is
apphe.i. Tia Roots caa be ecmeuled over (and war
ranted not to leak ) at two dollars and Oily ceuta per
hundred square feet, wbu-h is cheaper and much bet
ter than paint. Tins Rooting w ill be found to be the
best thing fur covering large Roots where tliey are ex
posed to U re such as steam Mills, Saw Wilis, facto
ries, Railroad tars, bridges, la-pots. PtalKta lleuaea.
Steamboat Iiecks.and in fact every kind of Rtsjf whr
ihere t aa external expoaure from fire. As the Roof
is perfect, without a Joint in it, it present bo cbauc
for fir to communicate, and any light substauc wtil
burn out without igniting.
3tJT Insurance ottices at Cincinnati. and otbr plaes
wher Child a Co 's Cement lias been asm!, maura
Building with RiMifs covered with that Ceaiont, at Ui
sain rates aa for Utcae Covered Willi iron. Caliper or
a. The Cement will be forniabed to thu at a di
lanre with direcltona for using. --
M f orders sent to ihe undersigned, through lh
Post othce will 1m promHJy attended to.
I would respectfully refer to the following gaotl-nu-u
for whom 1 bav covered builduigs wnn Lh. C
metil. aiuurrxcTs ad hastkb armajnea or saaavtLUt.
Mr. H. M. AK.EROYD,
MaJ. A. HE1MAS, - -
Meatus. J. A. HUGHES k SMITH.
WARREN a MOtRE,
COLEMAN k SPAIN,
" McCTUjOCGH k HoCCH,
JOHN McCAN'N a CU.
Ce4. II I. AVPERSONTsup't VkCLlL Co-, .
Rv. C D. miJorT, NaahvUi.
Mr. W. B. SHAPAkD
- E. R. niJiSCOCaf,
" D 1'. WILKIN,
" JOHM BIJVir,
" M . I- CLAIHORXE,"
WM. STa hlJJ., -"
J X. WIlJjtKD, "
JA.-. GttU.t.N, "
. J. MEluS, "
A. V. ii. IJN'ItsLEY,
" JA. H. hENI'KKa, -
ENtOl ENSLEV, "
Mesa. H ASRKoik McvnUBTXS, XashvlQ
Ml Kt.E k ALLEN, "
" MJll'GH O R k HavRrFOSO,
W. H. UOR1K1X k CO., "
Col. A. J- Pl.K, Ma rry county. -MaJ.
A. J. la t V EI .SON , laavtdaua cowaty.
Kertor r. G. btflTli. Columbia.
Ueaara. A W. MORGAN t , Mtuflcesbar.
" R. W. Mr E Aid 'EN a tO., r
liJI'Eft k MENMEfcXL "
" It. B. SHK1VEB k tu .ffhelby villa.
Mr. JAS. A. VliWUX.LewiaUurg.
Maaara. McREYNOUiri k Co. . CWtavitl.
Mr. P. a WRIGHT, Manchester.
" A. J. RlCHARisoN',McMjvtlla.
tf Tsa Xashvilt k Cbttuatva Railroad Cosspav
y bav adoftttd this Cnasat .fnr tit eovstrtof of her
car aad other work- At lit McMoutvat at Maa
eaMr Kaura4 Cumpany. Crt0cioa aad teatini
ataiatrom tiaciaaau and elaswlnar, whr thCa
ssefil has bea ta geaeral its (or arvanU yaars. caa
Th aadriir4 Itas beaasaai b variaaa ssode
et tVaiaat ruuAttg fur ataay y r, aad Batwrs huumit
that h ha f tua4 aat irrwit aad kaowiaam
darttig that t.ta. J. T. XAlMl'twT.
Offlc No. Ik Itaadarak tasvt,
decll a pptawtt Patriot uatea.
Kt.r rHKI.UVAT0., ETC.
4 LL ddu do u lu I th year ItiT, will
Xx. b Coltected by autt at January Court, at befur
Magistral, H not paa! befor tbat HUM. Thai Shatt
Ppty ta all peraoas, aitltvut daUutcuua. A word Ui
Mt wis sauacteet,' '
dacio-ax p. C McXAUtT CO.
U'J M rX U- 11.11) U P r :
1 - - - - ' t . i
CAMP, & CO., NO.
i FEBRUARY 23, 1858
WILLIAMS & CO.,
. . ' (srcxnsoBa to kirkxam satis,)
Ut iIm Old Stand. If o. 34 Public Square,
' . ;,, ' ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WMOI.ASSA1.E AIVD RETAIL
GUNS, CUTLERY & HARDWARE.
Jan25 ly '
J H OES,
.' aXl, . : 5
" J) RAWING KMTE
WILLIAMS & CO.,
(AT EHUUA!' OLD tTAXV,)
Ko. 34 Public Square, KashTille, Tennessee.
WILLIAMS & CO.,
(kirk mam's old stand,)
NO. 34 Pl'BLIC SQUARE,
jrn.S tf. NASHVILLE, TENN.
NEW HARDWARE STORE,
47 .Harket Street.
W. II . afiN CHIN,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CLXS, TOOLS, ETC.
IS now opening at his estabhshment. No. 47
Market Street, next door to M. Burns', a
large and well selected stock of Hard
ware, Cutlery, Guns, etc., which be
intends offering exceedingly low for
cash , or to prompt dealers on short time. Among
the leading articles now on hand will be found the fol
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Carpenters' and Black
Axes of every description
A large assortment of locks.
Hinges and Screws.
Flush and Square Bolts.
Hhovels, Spades and Korks.
Grindstones, Cranks, and
Rifles and I'istols.
Double and (Single Barre
Mill, Cross-Cut, and Pitt
Saws. Cotbm, Wool, and Horse
Cards. Trace, Halter, Wagon, and
Hames and Collars.
Picks and Mattocks.
Curry Combs and Horse-
No. 44 College, and 41 and 43 Market sU.,
If aanvllle, Tcnn.
OFFER fbr sal aa good term to canh or prompt
dealers, SOU loos of their celebrated Caorcool Ea-
154 loos well assorted PtUshorg Ima;
60 " hanunared Iron , inciudmg Plow Moulds;
60 M ' best Tennestsw CaUinrs:
16 " Cast, Shear, E. tk A. B. iteI;
1000 kegs assorted Nails and Spike, bft brand;
200 Cast, Wrought and Sti-el Plows, all sixes;
J00 Sett Wagon anil Buggy Axles, all sizes.
Also, Anvils, Vices, piles, Chains, Axes, Strsw Cut
era, ax. febl dtoap'4
MA.MirAiTt lxk or
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 SOUTH MAEEET BTEEZt,
HAVING succeeded the late firm of
Stewart k Oweu, and retained
the old stand, is prepared to attend to
tho demands or bis old customers an
public generally. He has in rtore
and will constantly be receiving, am
ple supplies of
Move, Wares, and Crates,
Plain aud Enameled MAksijniKP Iro Maxtum and
GAKnm Statiks; and in aliort, every thing usually
kept in similar establishments.
His assortment of Moves challenres competitioo,
comprising every style and variety. . He has tha
Wronght-Iron Cooking SUrves,
Among others an article which is ut great demand.
He will manufacture for the trade and lor retad, and
to order, all kinds of Tut and Sheet-1 run Ware, and
keep constantly on hand a large asuortuient.
He invite tlie attention of all ft his establishment,
pledging himself to enure satisfaction.
V M. STEWART,
- Jan 2S No. 14 South Market Street.
Hotf Patent A?riraltnral Fnrnnrrs.
THIS article was constructed in cousequeuce of a
suggestion from the American Institute, that a
Simple, portable, and low priced furnace, was moeh
Beetled by farmers for boil'fig and steaming food, and
for many mechanical and domestic purpna a. It took
Uie premium at the L". t. AgrH-ultural Fair at Ixiuis
ville. Just received. - WM. STEWART,
No. 14 Market Street.
Also Coal Cooking Ranges, and small Cooking Stove
for coal. W. S. ,
rbiladelphia, January, 1S5S.
"I TTE ar receiving direct from the makers each
I f addiliona to our stuck aa w ill enable ua to offer
to buyers, this season , aa romplete aa assortment of
new and desirable goods ta our line, as can b found
in any bouse ta th country.
Included are large in voice of Cutlery, front Wost
anrmtm's, Rodger', Crook s and utitvrt.
f Ilea, Tools aud am wa, from Butcher ,Fpear
aad citeawar makers.
., Rlttea and 1'latala, frcno th beat
raaglisu, t ram h, fv-lgian aud Aitteraait Manufacturer.
Hoes, Chain, fceytbea, Axea, and heavy
tiara ware generally , at reduced pt km.
Merchaat v tailing Ut Sarin ar ttrtted to examtu
our goods before purchasing else Iter.
While th usual crodit w.U be cot. unwed to reliable
aad prompt dealers, our ter-su far ctuk will be ceriaia
to saLafy thoa who purchase tn that way.
F1E1J), LANGST1UTH k tu , lurters,
Na. 440, Market street, 1 hiladciphia, l a.
J anil 42a aul m4w
LEA & PERU INS'
TO Bt THE
or a urrnrt rsmt a
TO U1S BP.OTUER,
"Tel! LEA k Pf3tRIN8
that tartr eAlTC a taigit
ly miieind ta ladts.ana
at, lit any optiuua, lit
Bwt palaUble, aa well
as th wtaet aboteanaM
0SXT GOOD tATCZ,
Ajrs tinriwi to
battc that M Utaata."
Tha aaly Modal awarded by th Jury of th N.w
Tork Eibibittoa for Eureka aiauors, was obtained by
LEA a 1 EKiii.SS.f. tbair Wuua ail Uc-iliO.AlCk-,
the worM-snd lam of a bat aavtrg laa f k u maroua
tm it laws, tssrchaaer ar eamestlr requited ta are
that th uaot of "ULA 4 I EKKjA't" aro taapr mus
p th shttti aad fco ppar, aad pnat4 upoa turn aa
Cut ITboUsal AgeaU f-- tb CalUvl Ftalr.
JOHaf DTHTCAaf E05S.
71: 405 Iird vt-af, . V.
X stock always k sktr. Also, orders rvcaiv d tor
tract shipassat frota Engtaad. - Bxsya lyaecp
CiET THE JIEStT.
TII GENUINE AMIUtarrrK-aJM Praauusa rtetara
ta fcsyaa.il ooanpariaua the tnwt atjrt of ti ra.ta
, iatfodiacvd, aad ataad wKhattt a rival:
Tan raantm chait- tat,,
Light caaaot fad taosa,
. Ivpataa caaaot atoat4 thaee,
iKtat caa arr r h taoa,
- Rust eaju ewa tbeox.
Mad as baratotora ay lJtlUtKl,CAr CWry
aad t sauo atrsats.aast pat aa m lt tup atjiki at ,
era praa. - !.-...
VsT Ma.1 at a other mesas hi XaaavUW.
- Lumber, Lanilr, Lumber,
i Q'-n'AKX CUUlt aadailoUvar kadeof Last bar aas
O a had aa Ut Lavargaoeaw Maia.aa ta XaaavtUa
ad ChaAtaaaaca Wiroad. U saiia fra av ha.
. a . himn i,
16 DEADERICK STREET.
Iloca's Remedy for Pulmonary
and Tubercular Consumption.
HAVING been appointed solo Agent for the Sale of
Poo GsaoKiao Koea's celebrated Ceil roa dos
ses en. is, the public will now be put in possession of
one of the most extraordinary remedies extant for
what has heretofore beeu considered an incurable
I have -the more readily undertaken the agency,
from the fact of its extreme simplicity bemg an tt4
ward apfiicatum, the action of which is seemingly mi
raculous, and it having none of thes attributes which
make up the numerous compounds now in general
use. - . .
With the inmost confidence In the success of this
remedy, which has heretofore beea used Id private
practice with great success, as is shown by Humorous
letters and certificates, is now offered to the public.
A pamphlet, containing directions, letters from dis
tinguished individuals, and documentary evidences
from the physicians uf the hospital of Havana, Island
of Cuba, kc., will accompany thu remedy.
These speak volume in its praise, and publicity Is
only required to render it as popular as H is benoll
cal. Address, JAMES Rr ES.,
Role Agent for th United Hates,
No. 341 Market street, Philadelphia.
Principal Office, 1020 1 era wane. febll Cm
Persons of Consumptive Habits,
4 READ THIS! '
TO THE GAITS' BERG COMPANY: For the first
time in my life I am Induced to certif y to the truly
wonderful effects of a popular medicine, but m send
ing you the certificate I feel that I am only discharging
a duty that I owe to the Gnefenberg Company, and
more especially to suffering humanity.
About ths first of June last, 1 had a negro man taken
with a cough attended with restlessness, spitting of
blood, and other dangerous symptoms of consumption.
I immediately called In a truly skillful and scientific
physician, who told me it was a caso of consumption.
He treated him for several weeks, but be gradually
grew worse. I then had another phybician of great
reputation in lung diseases. He examined him, and
also decided it to be a hoeless case of consumption,
and said it was useless to sieud money ia trying to
I had previously promised tlie Grtpfetiberg Agents
here, (Messrs. Wells k Lowell,) that when the doctors
gave him up I would try the Grarfenberg Consump
tive's Balm. I did so and to my agreeable surprise,
the man began to improve after tiking only five or six
doses. He took only two bottles of the Halm and
three bottles of the Graifenberg Sarsaparilia Compound,
w hich cost me the small sum of niue dollars, and to
day I consider him entirely cured. He is worth $1 ,200,
and he ts doing me good service on the plantation. I
consider him perfectly Sound aud well aa ha is fat,
hearty, and strong, w ilhout a vestige or sign of disease
left. JOHN UYEL3,
I have used the GradVnberg Consumtive's Halm in
severe ras.-s of consumption, in my practice, with the
happiest effect. 1 wish all would use it.
ii. MKJIAUIS, M. P.,
Totten'a Wells, Tenn.
The Gnefenberg Consumptive's Balm will effectually
cur Consumption and all complaints of the lungs. In
cases of Cold on the Luces snd Chest, languor com
bined with InClcult Rreatlung, Pains in the Chest, and
Bronchitis, the Graifenberg Consuniitive's Balm will
effect a complete cure aud prevent the disease from
becoming a confirmed Consumption. In all rases, de
lay are dangerous. They are as an hundred fold to
all diseases having a P udency to Consumption. We
earnestly advise all to procure the Consumptive's Balm
;T-Tbe price of the Cnmmmptire'n Balm is a3 per
botl.e. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Nashville,
Agent for the Grtrfeuberg Company , for Tennessee.
Aianama, anu uoorgia. (Jau-J
The Great English Remedy.
Thorn's Compound Extract of
Copaiba and Sai aparilla,
PotpsM'm advantages not enjoyed by any other med
icine for the cure of sexual diseases, which must
with an enlightened public render it assuredly highly
popular, and a desideratum long sought for in the med
ical world. Il needs no confinement or change of diet.
In its approved form, that nf paste, il is entirely taste
less, and causes no unpleasant sonsals.n to Uie patient.
It has acquired the utmost fame in almnat every part
of Europe; it has been examined, approved of, and
sanctioned by the faculty of medicine, and recommen
ded by the most eminent of the profession. Prepared
by J. W. THORN, Chemist, London, aud for sale,
wholesale and retail, by John A. Tabkajtt & Co., Agents
for the Cnited States, 278 Greenwich street. New York.
As the above valuable preparatiou has been exten
sively counterfeited by unprincipled parties ut th
I'm ted Slates, the proprietor has adopted, aa a precau
tion against imposition on consumers, a Label, nf wba-h
the following is a fac simile, and which will be found
bur at m upoa the bottom of oaeb pot of th vittar
Proviocee, West ladies aad South America.
Tlie stamp around each pot will also bear the names
of the Proprietor and ol the I'tuted States agent.
Bruggtsu and Ik-alers will observe on each dozen
package the following label:
lut-HcTAvr Caitioji. The increased reputation and
great demand for Thorn's Compound Extract of Copai
ba and Sarsanarilla, have been inducements for others
to offer imitations ol thu valuable medicine. Venders
ar ,rticu!arly warned if this fact, thai they may be
on their guard, and fiot dispose of any impure article,
calculated to injur their reputation, and destroy the
merits of the original prepai ale.n, tu obviate which
tlie Subscriber (successor to James Tarrant, by whom
it was first introdnred into the t'nited States) has at
tached bis signature to this caution, to counterfeit
which is forgery. Joas A. Takast.
Address orders for the above artale with full direc
tions for sli'pnieut !
JOHN A. TARRANT k CO., IVugg'Ws.
No. 27N, Greenwich, corner Warren ht., N. Y.
Pec. 7 dly.
KENTUCKY PLANING MILL.
h. . havo. u aaxDEBami. v. toxa.
MAYO, HEXDEESO k L0C,
BUILDERS AND ( O.VTRACTORS,
SAm. POOR AND YENTTTASr rfllNT FACTORY,
Planmg Mdl and Lnniber Depot, 1-ighlh street, near
Kentucky Central Railroad Depot. Qivmgtou, liy.
W manufacture and keep oo hand an extensive as
sortment of raah, Iktors, Blinds, Hoor and Window
Frames, Base, Moulding. Mantels, Pilasters. Whrte and
Yellow Pin rlooring.Sholvttig.i'atent Weather -btatrd
ing and Planed Boards ol every variety of quality aad
thickoewa. W also furnish lumber in Ui rough.
Painted and Glazed Sash always on hand. Walnut and
other hard woods worked to order, t ERMS CAAll.
, Sept 3 Cm
AS we har determined to do aa excluarre CASH
PCS'lNl-XS this year, w feel Untie word of ex
planation may be aeceaaary to antne of txir very par
Wcular fnenua, who have had acouuau w ilh us, ver
nice w commeitced business, and e are proud lo
say we have lutuiy auch friends, wh have always paid
Uteir aceouBl promptly. Wa feel coiiU leel w ran
tuak It great Ir to Uie inurts W ail, fcy k.yaig ear
guuu uteawr, aud of course seihng liietti very niiea
chcaMir. Titer ar many pert. ut our malst w ho
would prefer buying for cash, tf it could be made Wt
their interest lo do ao. W know many who do not
have accounts, aad wa Ihmk a unfair that persona who
bay lor cash attould pay lit aam prtca aa those who
buy oo credit. It ta with tlirse couatderattoas we have
adopted aa exciuaive rash system, and w Invite al!
who ar to favor of the system, aa well aa sil those
who are la favor of buying goods cheap to give u a
rail. W. A. k J. G. McX'LELLANU,
No, il k Si Cullcja street, Nashvil. Tana.
- Ai tOHl,
1 TK are otWuif far .our stuck of trtapi and Faa
ry Good at Cost.
jaal tf W. A. k McCIJJJJtND.
ATI-VJ.U. 1. 3S sad 2 eents; cse 25 w 0 ct.
Together wuh .vary aeacriptaat ut
Bardats, rire-Streeits, Center riacea, Window
Aad all Ihe moat taahas&abte athst fr rarkts. Hails,
and Uutiag routoa.
Teraas. Cash for all total bills.
rr. yr. nvy,
Kor T Public maar. cor. rvaderrk t.
X. B. Paper llaitAjiaAS due ia th Iu4 awmaer by
cosaiwtcat wurkotc-a. , bhl la.
STOVES FOR THE TDIES.
JCST rctved frwa Ciaeasaati. a raw of BLTNTS
COAL OsialING KANck, asBail atas, wbtch w
ar prvparaJ ta funttatt at CWrtaaaU powa, waa as
aaaai aAttsi. . v.
A i il tsaslaxal aflflll CwuCTVa STOVES. whsra
wa Ut pat of aa warrant, aad w aa.a. aow Utatotsai
ta cheap, aad ta Ut reach U vry aa, th ,
rRAVKirv PTCrn!., far CI aad Waai -OANON
A&1 RAldATl bToV. for CaL
Of tM'y AU ALNIMt-auLUt a3W kd, be Coal.
Tharty Itaadtwaa rattrra Parlor Grates trees Wia.
Jackauo Maaafactury, Scw.Yurfc. ttjnaana khutu
aad Jaatb Grate. ail t so aad pau--r, a htch a mdl
Mil low t sua tb tuna -
Pa Ik-rf. . . - .
Brofant and Mud Boots,
MEN ?S laibt SvW Brosaas,
- Mtfss Bsarr Kt Yuss tw Ait Ktvt;
j lor saie at vary ! R Ca-H. : - - -
fUe-a-. ia Ceaafg, can.
1 1 JOHH.ATARRANT
U' NEW YORK. H
W.S0LE AGENT. 'J
?S FOR THC
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN.
BRAGGS ARCTIC LLVDIENT.
"Aoott or ease! Stckness or
boat tii I Ijfu or deathf These
are the questions involved ia
the adoption or rejection of this
apeciiio by toartyrs to external
diseases and injuries. . Having
received the indorsemeotof the
d isUnguishod aanta .the late Dr.
' 't j-t'-'i daring twi
and its efflcary tested
two awful winters ta th
eternal ice, a is now
coming into general use hi ev
ery section of Ut civilised
globe, aud ita marvelous cure
are everywhere exciiwr as-
-, ' touiahment. t
Tlie AUlictcd Reloice.
UirNbtUvia and Taoc-SAsm
hav teetod its virtaes.aad are
rejoiettig ia freedom from lea
lingnring PAIN and DISEASE,
which other remedies faded t
c are. Hav yoa Uie BtuxKjo
Tts, Nukaloia, RHcrvATMt,
Scaon la, EaK Aiax or Tocra
Acbc. Are you afilicted w nit
Old Soki sudoring rrom
Bamssa, SraacsJa OtmsB, boa
j tits, Pnasf " "
1 The Arctic Liniment
win ii(u y ou niiaativ tenet.
Everybody ia liable to
-l i e . j i . e .
Burns and Scalds. -
For these dreadful accidents
the Aacnc LiNiacMTshould be
kept ou band; affords sure
and immediate relief, alien sav
Ing from death. Every steam
boat and railroad train should
.- keep it. Who that has heard
the shrieks of angotsn uttered
.-S by tti' scalded and maimed
il victims of explikns and col-
C hsions, does not feel that some
means of relieving their tor-
ture should always oe acessi
i iiiiS blef Mich does exist in this
balmy pom controlling agent.
It is -
The Mother's Companion.
It cures CAKES' IN THE
BREAST, riKk: KH'Pl.k,
Sokk I jps, I'imiism, Ac. la
dies who rize a pure skin,
void of pimple, blotches,
scurf, aud diaroloraiioiis
and excrrsences .should at
tack these trespassers on
beauty's domain as soon
as they appear with the
Arctic Ij'.iiment. It is ex
cellent for the hair, giving
it a healthy, glossy appear
ance. It is
Good for Man aud Beast. "
It is a sovereign remedy
for the various diseases w ilh
which horses are afflicted,
curing the mtatt alarming ca
ses uf Bat rr, SrHAi.vs,
STKiMi Halt, Kcaatcuss,
Wolnps, Swrjt.w, SrAViw,
KiNU-lUivK, IUo-Hkaii, Poll
Evil, A-c. No farmer, live
sou owning valuable Horma
should be without this valu
For sale by all rcsjiectable Druggists and Dealers.
Prices of the Unimenl, 26 cents, 50 cents and SI a
bottle. A one dollar bottle contains aa much Lininteut
aa eight tw enty -live cent bottles.
Evei v purchaser of a dollar bottle of tlie AP-CTIC
LINIMENT receives, at Ir. Bragg s ci)ensc, the Unit
ed Stale Journal of New York for on year. The
Journal Ma large illustrated paper each number con
taining sixteen pages, beautifully printed oo clear white
paper, and tilled with original matter from the most
brilliant writers f the country. Certificate of aub
scriition and full particulars nf the novel and philan
thropic enterprise, of which Una offer forms a part,
will accompany each botUe.
An AGENT wanted in everv town and village. ,
BRAGG k I5CRROWI,M Iut. Mo.
N.w Yurie Offi.w o 371 HraadwaV.
t e . i i a -i . a... .. . .... A ... c.
CLUIUlUUIVtlMHIt BUWUIU OP .aaam?.. I I. W .
For sale In Nashville by Berry k Pemovitle, A. H.
Eosroe, G. W. Headerauot aad J. Stretch,
febl If -
FOR THE RAPIB CURE OF
Cougha, Colda, lloaraeneaa, Influenxa,
Croup, Asthma, luelpleot
And for the relief of Consumptive -LS'llts
in advance stage ul the dba-aae.
We need not speak Ut the public of
its virtues. Throughout every town,
and almost every hamlet tf the Amer
ican Slat.-, its wonderful cures of pul
monary complaints hav made h at
ready known. Nay, few are the f.un-
ihi-s in anv nviliz-d country on tins r
riiitinent without aajtne oerattnhl exie- U
rience ot its effects ; and fewer yet the
communities any where whsh hav
nit among them some livitig trophy of
its victory over the subtle and danger
ous diseases of the throat aad Jungs.
While it la Ui most powerful amidol
yet known to man for the foriuidahl
and dangerous d .sense of Uie pulmo
nary organs, it la also the pleasanleat
and' safest remedy thai ran be em
ployed for miauls and youi.g persona.
Parents should bar it in sl..re agamst
the insidious munv that steals ni.n
Uieio unprepared. We hav abundant grounds to be
lieve the f u mar I1trai aavra more live by the ton
sumptsNis it (ireveiils than those it cure, keep it by
von, and cuie yonr colda while they ar curable, nor
neglect Uiem unt I no human skill can master th mer-
ocatd canker that. fasU neJ on the vitals, rats your
life away. All know the dreadful latality of lung dis
orders, iuid as they know too th t u tiles of this rem
!,. need not do more than to sasure them It V
still made the best it ran be. We sjatre ao coat. Da
care, no toil to produce Uie most perfect poaaible.
and thus attord th-we w ho rely on il tb best agoat
whk'h our skill etui furnish fisr Uietr cur.
AYERS CATHARTIC PILLS.
THE science of Chemistry and
Medicine hav been taxed their kt
unat t produc this best, most per
fect uirr it re which i known toman.
Inuumerable pronts ar ahowa that
thie Pills have virtues which aur.
pat in excellent. the ordinary mad.
tcutea. and Uutt they win unisrece-
denledlv tinon the esteem of all men. Ttiev ar safe
and pleasant lo take, but powerful to ear. Thir pea.
Hrauug properties stisnulale lh vrtal activiur of th
body remove tha obstrucuous of its organs, purify
the blood, asd exia-1 the dH-ease. They purge out Ui
foul humor which breed and grew distemper, n ma
la la alaggwh ar disordered organs in to their natural
action, and impart healthy but to Ui aa-d syatass.
Not only do they cur the every -day complaints of
every boy, but a!o ftrmldable and dangerous dis
ease that has baffled tb best humaa skill. Whit
they produce powerful efforts, they ar at the same
time, ui dimmadwd doee.tb eaf4 aad best physio
that can b employed for children. Being sugar
Coaled, they are pleasant to Uke; and being purely
vegeuble, ar frr front any risk of har at. Cure
La.. hM. IM.1. wlilela atirT twliuf WOT UtTV BOt
I aubalantktad by mea at sorb exalted postttua aad
! character as to forbid tb suaiackiu of untruth. Many
I eminent clergymen and phyrtauis hav Irat Uteir
I name to certify to tb public tb reliability of my
i reined tea, while outers hav sent lu tit aaaursac ctf
Uielr convriatB llK.t uiy rYearateis rnatiibule Uf
meoacly to th relief U my afflicted, u Her Jig fellow
men. Tlte Aceiil bebiw panvod la deatwd to furutsa gran
mv Amrra'ta Almanac.eoulaining directions for their
use and rerun. au uf linlr cure, of tb foUowtog
CuMiveoes. P.isM?. Caanplainta, Rheamslan , Drops v ,
Heartburn, lleadat u arising from a foul raomach ,
'niret, l.if!iFetsa, Morbst laartaai '4 th hnwrfi
and Pain araang tb-refmrn, Ftatnieacy, Les of App
tite, ell llceruua aad CutstMoue laaeaae a htcb rvauir
an evacaact Madtc:ae, iscrufwla king's EvtL Tbey
also, by pnrxfyutg Ute Ukiod and MuauUvung ta sys
tem, cure taany rntoplainta which H would oat be sup
poaed they eoM reaeti. h as IWms. Parted
Bliielaea. N'earalgia aed Narvoaa leHtabilSy , llaraae
maela of th lavor aud Kidaeys. Oaut, aad otiiar ka.
dred enmphents antig f."a a im ulr csf th body
ar rbatrachoa s fnitrtssa.
D a4 a pnt by aeTtrtaended aeater wh a was
twber pdl they RaA a pr.t ea. , aak tur Araaa
Puis, aad tak aiKhiae la. No other taey caa -v
yoa eoBifwre with iha in it iatriaric vat-j ar c a ra
ti r. pararera. TSr airk wat tb Inl aid User Is for
them, aad they ahnuld hat K. '
Prepared by Dr. JJ. C. AYERm, '
Fraetictl aad AxuJjtioal Caemist, Ia well, Xass.
para 2 i Cra. m live Buxsstsea II. ,
' Hr! Xt FY
REKET A PEUOYIUX, XaahvCla. .
JO I. HROWX, aad all Broggau la UtS City.
rRirftSO-V k HAMCIV. (t-lumbia.
' TtW-Mt k ftKo , rv-krvll,
R. D I ECXY, en.lbvvau.
K OA. a UL ACa MOaX. waUaLra.
Aad ail deakrr lb m it aria av.ryw bar.
ftbl tta - - Ad
FZlCtlQL VTlTCn-IUEl 10 JEVCIXI,
Jia M, XTn MARX IT tfTT-ITT,
tICUf reaoattfuny aaaouac td ta raj
swaa wf Xaabruie, taal st baa paras
.y btratwd bisatwlf a aa.aad a pea
paerW a aacataa)F aork at ka Its, li
ao, o V rceeiv a Utiaral iliac mt (wtrwaag.
lot. II tf ' -
I skala for Dry and Greeu II Idea.
Tt will pmy th Itwheat market prtra ta cask, for
V lay sad Craaa tiato, wsavared at ar ttewswry
aw, Na. i Broad !-je. ,
We traat pnrau ta V lag Hale ta Sail nU caU US
hefur dHt of theta risewher.
jaaat tf p. a C. AXDCleWf.
;. J .. Strait Cutter. , . 3
I IT fcava a kvg stock af Straw Cattars, ibacbtitr,
1 1 Saefttr a tut4 CaminiBg ' p-SruL . To UUttr
trtlrt lit II' st praswiuia at lb Nauoaai Fair at
lawsteais CZJ AJUtUTkuAw CO.
V 1 d Vs
IT?' W . sTisss '
RATES OPDVJTavSING ?
f ts LixBS o. im to ccemiiu is a sotasx. )
One Square 1 day, 1 00each ad"aj maertioB rM
V ; 1 week, ; S each addd'a auusra t to
S weeks, 4 60 " " 2 0e
1 month, 6 00 m m m ) o -3
motiUis 00 m, 4 SO
a . aa vw --. c-a sk
tt u 5 Jg 00 . . n . " , 00
u u J tw jj 00 " ' ' " 10 00
aENKWASia ar nxAsntx.
One Square, one year, $30 each additional square Sit
Written notice must be given to take eat and stop ad.
veruaemeots of yearly advertisers before the year ex
piree, oUierwtse we shall charge till done.
No contract of vearlr advertisement will be discon
tinued without previous notice to us.nor wUlasy charge
be mad for less tbaa one year at the yearry
- AdTartisers exceeding; ths spaoa contract
d tor will be charged for the excess. -t
SlrensUicuVns . Corilla
, m-rv in a onit nrniCirD
. . Ail 11 LUll ruuiriiuiit
The Gre-alesf Uemedy tt tha "Wrldt
THIS CORDIAL ta distilled from a Brrykkeia on
iy to myself- aud rltemicaUj-cubtnel wifli som
of Ute uiost valuable meda:inal roots, herbs and barVs
known to the Blind oTjaan: vis r blood root, brack!
r-s. wild cherry baxk, yellow t)ck, dandeliotta, sv
iiarilla, el.ler nowers, wnn ouini.,
most Infallible remedy fur lh reatorattou ci xiatu
ever known. . . , . t . ,....
It I Ssture's Own Krnieor. .
Caring d meases br natural laws, vtm-n uaea, ea -healing
influence ts fcU counung ehrotigh yry veto ,
of Uie body, puruving and acxelerauug the circulates
of the blood. Il neutralise any 'bilious matter m lbs .
storaiw h, snd strengthens the w hols organizaUou. -
Mclean's Strengthening Cordial will effectually cur.
Liver complaints, liyeiepsia. Jaundice, . -.
Chronio or Nervous Debility, Diseasea of tia
Htdneys, and alUdiseases arising from
a Disordered Liver or Stomach.
rTlepsia, Heartburn, luward l ih-s, Acidity or Sick
nose of the Suimach, fullness of Blood Ut the Head, -dull
in or swinimmg iu the Head, Palpilutiou of the
Heart, fullness or weight in the Stomach, sour Eructa
tions, Choking or Suff.s aung feeling w hen lying down,
dryness or yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Night
Sweats, hi ward Fevers, pain tu the SuuUl of lite Back. .
Chest or Side, sudden tlmslies of huat, Ln-presaion t.f -Spirits,
Frightful Dreams, Languor, Iiespondency or "
any Nervous lisHasn, Sores t.r tuou ne ou iu caw. .
and refer and Ague (or inns aim inn.) 1. v
also cure disease A the Bladder snd Womb, such as
Seminal Weakue.-, IncmiUiieitc ot trine, tdrsuguary, .
Inflammation or Weakness ot tue Ywuiu or luauuer.
Whites, tec. ' .- .
Thers la no 51 latake about It. .
This Cordial w ill naret fad lo cure any of th abov
diseases, if taken as per directions on each boUlv, ia
Cermau, English and French. - '
Over Half a Pllllloit of Itottlea
Have bee u sold during the jstst six mouths, aud in s .
instance has it lltileit in giving enUro aatislaction.--V
bo theu will sailer from weakness or debility w he a .
McLeau's Slretitin'Uiint Cordial will cure you.
To tli1 At omen.
Do vou wish lo be b-tlihr aud strong f Then ge at
once and gel some ut McUan'a Cordial. It will mng- .
orate and strengthen your blood to flow through every
veui.andUie rich rosy blaora of heallh to mount ta.
your cheek Ui.am. Every boui warranted to five
We say to parents, if our children are sickly, pn-
ny , or atnicbHl w nn roinpiuuiia prevalent among cuu
dreu. give them a small quantity of Mcla-an's Cordial,
and M wdl make them baaithy , ial aud robust, lie lee
ntt a moment, try it aud you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE. ' '
Kverr Country TOer It ant
Should not leave the city until lie has procured sup
ply of McLean's strruglheuuig Cordial. J t sells rapid- ,
ly , because it alvk cures. A liberal discount will .
be made to thnae wLo buy to sell again.
CAL'TION beware of JiriiggisUi or dealers wh may
try to pnlm U.n you suie bitter or Sarsaarlla trash
whu-bUiey can buy cneap, iy saying n. i just aa
good. Avoid Ls:h men. Ask fur Ml Lean's strength
en ing Cordial, and take uothing els. It Is the only
remedy Uiat will purify Ute blood thoroughly, aad at .
Uie same time strengthen Uie system.
On table poonful taken every morning Just before
breakfast, is a certain preventive lor Cholera, Chilis .
and Fever, Yellow Fever or any prevalent disease.
a Pra only SI per bottle, or mix bottles fur . 1 '
J. H. McLEAN,
Pol Proprietor of Uie Cordial,
Abu, McLean's Volcanic OU Liniment.
If principal lepot on the corner of Third aad
Pine street, St. Louis, Missouri. '
ar For aula m Ia.uisvillc by BELL, ALBOTT a Co ,
Bprttiger k Bro., and Raymond k 1'ott.m.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment !
For Man or Beast.
Another Bemarkable Core Performed by Ko
Lean's Tolca&is Oil Liniment. ,
ICUAU I till YOl UMXYLS!
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living near Cass are n '
on Tenth alrewt, Itad a le urilile raiins.g sor on his
fisit. He tried varan. l.iii.iii. iiLs, Salves, kc, but
could do It no good. ' Ha dee-laired of ever being able '
to wiuk al his trade again, because he could not bear
anv weight 011 Lu foot: and by one small botUe of
Me' Iran's Volcanic l-niuient, he is now perfoeUy cor
Rheumatism, Paralysis. Neuralgia, Bnilses, f-"iralnr,' '
Ptiffiics in Uie JniiitMsr Muaclus, rVr Throat, bwell-
tngs, Fair-ache or Tooth a. he, Wounds, Fresh Cuts,
horea. Burns. Scalds. Pains, Sc., yield to Uie" magic ' -iiiduence
ol this wonuerful Luiunatil. - .
For Horse and Cattle it is an infallible remedy for
Chafes, Galls, lcxat lie. Cracked Heels, Lamenasa,
S in. Sweeny , s,.iiiii. Fisluia, Bruises, Swellings,.
Wounds, Ratlle Snake Pib-s, and various other diseaa
e whsih auimais are lu-bie to from injuries or sect,
Kverr Countrv Merchant should obtain a supply l
McWati's olcaiiM.' Oil lanuueut. It sells rapidly ba
c.uee it alwav cm.
A liberal discount will be mstle to merchants wha
buy to sell a4.aU!.
ll For sab' by 3. H. ycIJ-:AN, PropricUir, corner
of Ihird aud I'lue stieets, St- Louis, Missouri i also fur .
sale as atiove. nov3 - .
rua CELKttK ATKD IKiLLAND kstMEDT VOA '
DISnSR OP THE KIDXCTS. ;
LIVER COMPLAINT, .
WEaVKN'ES3 OF ANY KIND
FEVER AN D AGUE.
Aad Ute various 9ecUons consequent upoa a dloor
- - dTd
Stomacli or LlTer, ' J
atch aa ludigrsts. Aridity of the Stomach, Chollc,
Pataa, Hearttaaia, Laa AipctiU, Xspuudeacy ,
t'laliirOM.. IUit.4 and lUeecluig Pile, la all Ner-
ruut KhauTuali. aad Neoralgte ASectuai. M baa, ta
auurrwn uiatatw e, tfv4 ha;hly bene At axl, aad la -others
eBta trd decided rare.
Tha la a purely vegetabi eoaapouad, prepared oa !' M
strw-Uy ara-titiBc priocitde, alter Uie manner of Ut
reUbratad Holland profeeaor, lloerhav. ttocaaa of "
arnilurara it imtst ta th Euroraa Mate, Its -.
intritdurtioli Uiio Ute I lilted Statt-S was ku leaded aner
Maily fur Uoa U oar Cutaartaad srattarad bar :'-
aad I beta mm tit lac of this m .g bty cuwnlry .
Meeting w it great stieeea anwief litem, I eow offer
a UUt Amrtua pubbc, know tug that MS truly area.. a
derful luedaioal virtue nuS be atkawwie:gd.
It 1 portarulariy roiaiuatMled ta Uaa perwunS J
whoae cootaulai may hav beea 1 tti pan-ad by lb f
oeuaonu mu ? ardent ajinis, or other forms uf dta
lltalin. Goaorally mataiittaooMS ta eDrct, n tods aa -
way dtrecUy P Uie aeat id life, UtiiUmg anduuakea- .
tog ry awrve, rataiag ap tb drooping sptm, aad, -m
fart, tafuamy ara ttaaita aad v if uv mi th ayatrm.
MlTHH bm-vtr rxferla to Bod Una a bevaraga
wttl b aatapposated: bat ta tha atcA, tha weak sad '
low spiraed a will prvv a grau-ful aromatic oordati.,,
yjniii 1 of st&gular remedial -Thirties.
. . . CAUTION. '- -'-'- -''
Tb crrat petpabtrsy bf this dttlnblTttl Aroma haa 1
sadured ataoy tuiNalaut, w hxh the public should
guard agaaaat TairrbaaaBg. 11 aet peroaed t ber ' V
aay ihtag ia uatii yoa hav givea hoerfaav' ilol J
taad Icuer a tur l L On btU will cfarute yus
kw maaaety sapors- tt a ta sH the imaauaua. -'
Mr aoad at U par botUe, or six botiie lur ki, by , .
THE SOLE PROPRIETOR, . s
BE JJ AH IX VAOK, Jr., 4k CO' ;
- MaaitfafSarsa, Pbarmaoaulai aad Caemaas, - .
- . rittabunch, ra. .
old by Praggtsts gaaaraily thoagttout h raasd - j
Bute aad Caaadaa.
1 4tr 4u la NaaavtlU by t
AW in, 1 L I't-tTvi.v a . e n nla 1 Ageat.
Iso, by Dr. A. H. at-a.E, 1
aly . - aad by taraggitta gaasraily. j
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IHATX W MACA9NK; . .
-. kvega ltuiaatt's KM rVwdar.
' SOS) Pi aim "
la kaateoky . i. i-
l Otai m Hiaaung Pewdttr, . , - ,
StWjSUS) feel tjalegy Fuse '
. T. A. McCALL, Agent. ,v
CATAHUA MI.MU . I
I WILL keep rt'tastaaiiy oa haa4 a aupjdy of Pry
aad eparklui; a awsw which 1-wtti furatah th trade '
aa tnotuaaM p ewa, f rat, hi a.lded- ' W
j ui2 - T. A. MvCALL, Ageak
rl5TsYfaTi:n BOOTS. ...
J0n5i RAUACK. 4 College Street, i ia recenn af
. weeia' aapar Cf Watar-prtaa St.at auot. " -
, ; Cutigreta It, sk tiaiier, . ,
, M i j. itnea. , -
. . ? -a Orsws Boots. . . .. . .
' - - uaitase, eta
taata sT Jitvw IUM ACC.